The Miami metropolis
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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 26, 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: UF00076100:00102
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Chief Hardle Has a Plan to Supply
Case to Supreme Court S
This Need.

r And Now Begins the Long Yacawkion This Was the Imformation Telegraphed Here Wednesday By According to Information from Tallahassee THIS DECLARES RUSSIAN

t : of Four Months. Enthused with the progress and de- City Attorney Atkinson, Who is Working for the Measurein State has handed down a decision in SAILED NORTH TO FIGHT THC a "'
velopments in the Ore department In
the of the Board of JAPANESE. FLEET SEEN.
appealed case
the put few weeks Chief Hardle has Tallahassee-Quick Action Secured...Will
Commissioners Pade County vs.

''EXERCISES TO BE SHOT I -THE hit upon a plan whereby the department Likely! Be Adopted Without Change.If State of Florida and in which the de-'
TERM HAS and city can be supplied with a cree of the lower court is modifiedto /

4 .MOST SUCC&SFUL INHE t HISTORY box alarm system at very little cost prescribe that the commissionersrefund St Petersburg. May !S. Admiral

'it OF THE COUNTY tiJi. to all concerned and Is now busy explaining the present indications and Information "Miami city charter bill has passed to the county all of the money Avellan head of the Russian admiralty

and showing his scheme to are correct Miami's new the. House and been certified to the expended among themselves over and department confirms the Associated -
j't' city charter will through the State Senate." above reasonable cost for all goods
go .
closS of the! he desires to interestMr. Press dispatches that Admiral RoJestven.ky >
.Today win see the the people 'furnished the county by various members -
; Legislature and become a law without This would Indicate that the bill
j!,public school term in Dade county and Hardle' plan is to locate a hitch i of the board so effected.It Is steaming northward to
t or change. went through the House without
:the beginning of the four months'. vacation boxes about 1 opposition I will be remembered that the give battle to Admiral Togo. and It la
fire alarm -
p number of
\ This assertion Is based upon the fol- as it could ont have been
|. Intervening between:then and Board of County Commissioners pre- considered possible that a report maybe
twenty in number-in a proposed Ire lowing telegram received Wednesday presented to that body before Monday
?the commencing of the"fa}I term in ceedlng the present board were charged received that the fleets have met
alarm circuit one box to be placed at by President F. W. Hahn o the morning hence the'speedy action
J The colstng. wasD with themselves today.
trading ,
,October. however designated street Intersections. The City Council from City Attorney At- upon it can be seen and if it meets among
confined to but three West while nerving as such board and conducting He said that Admiral Roje.tven.ky
boxes will cost ten dollars each and kinson who Is in Tallahassee pushing with no further objection or reslstence ,
...'Palm B ach.. Delray 1 andIca the building of public roads suffered with kidney trouble before h.
1' the Idea is to have the property owners the-bllL by the Senate will become a law.
J,". each of these re win be I and other Improvements In the coun- started out but that he Is now no
.ndlalaml. in the Immediate vicinity to each
|P appropriate exercises : they will ty. The case was heard before Judge morse, and declared. that he expected
box raise enough money to purchaseIt
so elaborate as charac-, SCHOOL TEACHERS WILL RESIGN Jones In the circuit court and an order i a sea fight soon, as the Japanese cannot -
and as a number in each box locality !
past closings. f entered requiring the board. Indi- afford to allow the Russians to
doubt subscribe the
". will no pro-
ftIn the'Miami school It was Intended vidually and collectively to refund reach Vladivostok w4+hout an engagement
rata of the $10.00 required will be I
If1: to hold the exercises H.t i evening all county moneys so expended
: having very small. four orMore of Dade Comrtg's Best end Most Desirable Instructors will Other than this
,I but on account of the audit >rium among themselves.An Admiral Avellaac + 7
The stringing of the wire over the
K. been engaged for th< present circuit and into the fire station, whereit I Leave Schools Tomorrow la Teach Elsewhere appeal was taken to the Supreme could say nothing definite except that

it:tion of the drama "Down b the Sea." court and the above decision of that Rojestiensky would not allow himselfto
will connect with a gong will be
they will either be postpoi ed held tribunal will stand as final and while be bottled up at Vladivostok and'
1 borne by the department providingthe
'J.this afternoon. still/ against th Board of Commissioners the story of Port Arthur "repeated. 1
.,. telephone or electric light company It Is reliably stated that the school goes to Sebastian next year as principal -
,: Prof. R. E Hall. supe of which had sought exhoneration r
will allow the use of their poles faculty of Dade county will lose four I of the school there. Miss Colyer
.."Dade county schools Is tor any .. for Its act the decree of the lower Kaufman Will Move Here.
for the stringing of the same. returns to St Louis and the other two
or more, Its beat and most
competent Mr. A. r
p> elaborate program CO court has been so modified that the.Board Kaufman the well known
Mr. Hardie's plan has met with most i ladles have not made public their future -
) close of the schools, such lady teachers, with the closing Is required to refund the county Palm Beach photographer and musician -
favorable support and it Is one whereby plan '
>i.must necessarily mean sti fly and rehearsing of the school term today they having treasury only such funds as were announces that he will move laW-
the city can be supplied with an .
*:i which detracts fr >n Ce duties small secured more lucrative and Inviting All of those resigning are considered expended by them over and above reasonable family and business here on the 29thy:
effective Ire alarm service at
aecessary to the fins summa- among the best of Dade county teachers cost to the goods sold by of this month and make Miami his future -
that the positions elsewhere in and out
cost there is little doubt-but
has the of especially Miss Colyer.who the superintendent home. Mr. Kaufman has
||tlons. In this he support Installed of the State. them to the county. secureda
service will be at an early
lithe teachers and princlpalsfof the var- regards as without a peer lease upon the studio and building
date thereby further increasing the Those who have already notified Superintendent In
the State In
|kms schools with the result that the primary teaching. The Dr. E. W. Pugh. who has been ab now occupied by Brandow Bros., at the
efficiency of the department which, Hall of their Intention loss of these ladles
ji exercises this year:wUI nbt be as will be keenly felt sent la North Carolina and several corner of Fourteenth street and Avenue
i the sounding of the alarm win to resign Misses Ella
upon are Singleton the
public and the school
fjlenghty, or Impressive as have been board other places for the put several weeks D and will occupy It as soon as he
know directly In what neighborhood. Adelaide Austin and Kate t
Coiyer, and who will find their
.;;:those la the past. equals bard to has returned home much Improved In shan have arrived here and become-
or portion of the city the fire la, and I Mrs. Belle 0'Neal Miss Singleton produce and acquire. .
In the Miami High Schoo there was health. settled.
will go there'1I'1thout confusion or
but 'one' graduate. Mr. R Iph MattJ =
; era, this year, though then will probably -

M t. be a number next y< ir. There
were three last season. Dr. N. 8. Burnham, a wen known
The enrollment In the M ami school H
Effecting Mi.mlan. and Other Places physician of West Palm Beach an-
ahi> past term has been at >ut twenty
.. In Dad County. nounced to a Metropollarviresentative!
Z per cent greater of the t taj enrolljri -

Tuesday that he had decided to locateIn
went This Is considered ty the fac*
Judge Locke yesterday the
;nlty a splendid showing andfconcluslve Miami. The doctor has closed a
Ml .x
commissions of John B. Reilly of

a_proof of the growth of Miami's pop- amt H. L. Crane Tampa. David S. deal with Mr. B. B. Tatum for a suite 4.

nlatton In the ',
past year. Williams, of Ocala and Eugene O. of rooms for omce purposes in the Y

4 Locke of Jacksonville as United States Metropolis building and left on the

Commissioners for a term of four
evening train for West Palm Beach
HERRICK( NAMED years each The appointees are each .
: where he will close up his affairs preparatory
now holding commissions as United
to coming to Miami the first
States Commissioners, but as their

BY ACCLAIWAT10N commissions will soon expire, the new week In June. ItWiIIPajYou'ToBugWhatYouNeed

commissions are issued re-appolntlng Before leaving be arranged .Ith'

them TimesUnion.In .
says Mr. Newcomb, captain of the steamer -
the case of James B. Letters vs.
f70: SUCCEED HIMSELF A3 COVER Lady Lou to transport his office .
the court having
Charles H. Masland. .
NOR, OF OHIO. THE PLATFORM furnishings to this city.
made an order that upon the filing by

1,' ADOPTED, AND THE OTHER OF. the plaintiff of a remltUtur of $500. Dr. Burnham win make a desirable

r FICERS NOMINATED. the motion of the defendant' for a new acquisition to the medical fraternity

trial would be denied the plaintiff, of this city. He has resided in West

1} by his attorneys in compliance with Palm Beach for the past six years

Columbus, 0.. May 25.Jretary With Sec- the order of the court filed such re- and during the greater portion of that

\ :Taft as permanent secretaryentlon mlttltnr from the verdict In the cue; time has been the house physician

"the'RepubUcan State Con .asT. remitting the sum of $500. at the Hotel Palm Beaco one of the

.4'cetnbled here today, Myron | Herrick This, is the case where the plaintiff popular hostelries at that famous resort "
.i nominated by acclama ion to sue.teed a painter brought suit for $7,500 v

himself as governor f Ohio. damages for personal injuries sustained At ;
The platform presented j>y Senator ..while working for the defendantat A $20.000 DEAL. -

rDlck: and adopted nnanlra usly re- Palm Beach. The Jury returned a

., mrmed the State and nair onal bank verdict for the plaintiff fixing the W. J. Row Buys Valuable Property .
f platform of.1904; pledged he support damages at $1,5001 The plaintiff now Near City From. Gleason Bros.

?..of. .'the- Roosevelt admlnlst jatlon, and remits $500 of that amount. and,upon J

\:congratulated the people in the unprecedented payment by the defendant of $1,000 Last week, through the agency of

ft: the Re- the case will be ended. J. M. Barn Cooley & Horner, Gleason Brothers
; tniHoiun&r SEWELL'SRIGHT
1 "ao;,,Kll u ..... ->-rfmfnl--.----- and Bryan & Bryan are attorneys for sold that tract of thirty-8ve acres of I I

The platform .also endors the pro- the plaintiff. land lying between Samuel Filer and I -- --

vtectlon f _of American labor Mid Indus- ;J. delledouville and from the county .

;. and favored legislate a by Con- I' A BAD JOB. ;road to the bay to Mr. Wm. J. RoW"1
rt.;.'to permit American hips with of Wisconsin. The consideration was

American. sailors to carry American Says the Wreckers Now Trying to $20,000.

ducts all over the seas Float the Steamer Alicia. I Mr, Row's representative was seen

.. In accepting the renomb&tlon Gov. this morning and when asked. what UK

"';..Herrick spoke along similar lines and Information from the wrecked Spanish purchaser Intended doing with the NOW"

declared himself emphatically against steamer Alicia on which the tug property stated that be had two plansIn :

r'7. a professional lobby of State and .. Three Friends and wrecking barge Sal view, one to subdivide the property

|(; tlonal platforms r. vor have been working for the put two Into building lots ane mace It a suburb :

The other officers nomln ted were: weeks In an effort to raise and float to Miami and the other to plat t

,-Lieutenant-, Governor. Ben A. L. Har- the ship is that the idea of floating the tract into five acre lot* ana selling ,

her Is about to be abandoned as Im them to Investors.
DarIs I \
< i possible.The Besides this sale the same agency
r Treasurer, .*W. S. McKinno tugs are still standing by the sold for Mr. W.. C. Conwell a house .

"' wreck, and in the event 'that the and lot on Eighth street for $%.1OG. e 'I

Ii. Bomb Hurled Dealh.Baku. wrecking barges decide It can They have also under construction ten. ..

k May %to -jCaova*{. Governor not be floated, the ship and cargo re three-room cottages on Sixth street

r O. Bata and Prince Nakaclda were maining In her wfll. be -sold at under between Avenue H and 0. and will fol-j '

i:'assassinated this afternoon iby a bomb writers' sale to the highest bidder. low these with seventy more. J ..

,being thrown under, thelj[ .'carriage. There is much valuable material,still When these Improvements shall -
/( Two others were the exylose remaining in the vessel and she will have been completed this real estate

l", don and the coachman Is Jxelleved to no doubt bring a good price when agency will be the means' of bringing

seriously. Injured. knocked down at auction $56,200 into Miami.


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r THE BONDING ISSUE. AN ERRONEOUS STATEMENT.A mentioned. In order 'to fully 1Iuder.I[I width and depth. This dredge during-"...

MIAM METROPOLIS THAT EAST stand the value of the waterway for I I'the past two years has excavates wit. '

The Miami city bonds are void. tarpon fisherman who had some transportation purposes however It believe over 450.000.cubic yards. :

R Published IE very Friday In the Metropoil. .- This is the Impartial and unbiased luck on the West Coast within the was necessary to Investigate this lm-| During that time the dredge at thl

Building. opinion of an attorney to whom the past few weeks writing in the Buffallo portant link In the route, and we I]!south end of this canal had advanced J
; ...,..,.. ------ : COAST C CANAL N l lI b,1 j
i:1\i: found that seventeen canals cut ?
validity, or an investigation of the legality N. Y., Commercial-Appeal, on tar
j} t. B. Tttstu r S. Dots.DM. Sec-Tnu..Priattnj I I river-and
canal In the Indian |I
of the bond Issue, was submit. pon, says that Fort Myers and Texas company river, :: <

1 ." The ) i1 Company. ted by the accepted bidder ijefore receiving I are the only places where these fish [and St. Lucle and Hobe Sounds have II 1 I bin yards. jj

and paying over any part oflhe are caught Now either the gentleman i maintained their width and depth Ina There now remains between theesH
at Miami
filtered w the Postofflce ,
Fla- fc second-class matter. money: prescribed.This made the statement Ignorantly or About two weeks ago a Jjlnt Legls- 'satisfactory manner, except where I two dredge about seven miles of mod-1) };
< j
| Inlets at Gilberts bar and Jupiter hluedama.1 '
I authority says the bonds are willfully, one or the other, but in dative committee made a trip down i prately high country yet to be cat.I .
I ; :
the channels.
t! The molt; Southern newspaper published old for one reason legally, and for either case he came a long way rrom I( through necessitating the removal of.
he East Coast of Florida for the
c the mainland of the United i several others technically. The one I'telling: the truth. Fort Myers Is not purj j I We have been informed mat an ap-- nearly TW.OOO cubic yard of material;

:it State i I and prime cause for the validity beIng [the only place in Florida where tar pose of examining the east coast j,' proprlatlon of $2't.OOO: has recently I besides! which certain improvement,

. that canals with the object of recommend-1 tx-eu Liado by Congress for the improvement works and changes
questioned is the issue was :port are caught, in fact It is not the I are necesaryry

One year ;.............t.......12.00 authorized by a resolution of the city leading place, as the season' records lug an extension of time for the comletion of the channels at them i which will mean about )0,00> ( addle

4 SIX moats 1.00 I council and not by ordinance, as ho will show that the East Coast is far of tl\e same. The f.'lIo\\lng | iKjibis. which will mike the Indian !! tlonal cubic yards;, this means !thai'

Those ayicg in advance will re- river na\[gable at all stages of waterIn I' there .
contends the law prescribes should ahead on catches of these game monsters are yet 9-)0.(100 cubic yards to h |
Is the description of their trip and
eelve. a arm subscription for $1.50, have been done, and so plain and pat- I the future. I dredged In order r to properly complete'.

.and sixcents i ;oLths' subscription for 75 ant is the opinion that the city councilat ecommtndations: South of Jupiter the canal company the waterway: between :!to Anguitiae'J

, : TOs is a liberal discount in- its meeting last night decided to As to Texas furnishing good tarpon Hon. Park M. Trammell, President of has straightened and improved Lake..I and Miami. d

f dace strictly advance payment I fishing there Is nothing to it. It is Worth Creek and canal about i 1 j
cut a
suspend all other action calling for the Senate: Since the last legislative Inv .tlgv9

F,DAY. MAY 26, 1905. the issue of bonds under and by the 'true they are caught along that coast, Your committee appointed .under five miles! in length through high I tlon the cabal company has opened np>,<4
but are so small that the sport Is not
former call, and issue a, new call for ground for the purpose of connecting a new route near New rlrerie order'"j jto
Senate concurrent resolutions No. 1.
(worth while indulging in. As proof of the waters of this creek with Lake
Pr&ldent understands bonds. pass round an inlet from the seafj
r The probably- ,this fact, a resident of tbe Lone Star' adopted April 5, and Senate concurrent Worth-
that be i expected to arrive In Chicago This Is the only avenue for es but by' some irresponsible party.whJdM

fet at te "gtrikeologlcal" moment. cape. The council was sincere in its I State,who was here and fished for resolution No. 14, adopted April The total length of the canals on has ruined the channel ot New virus.sound

els. It is believed the advice upon tarpon last June, has re-engaged Captain %7, appointing a committee 'o visit and this section of the route (namely, between and practically closed it to nav$

Ross, of the Jupiter, to take him I Indian river and Lake Werth)
which the resolution appointing a committee t report on the condition or the Flora Igatton. ||!
If War; ,ngton is like Chicago, only to call the bond election to the same grounds again the first of approximates seven miles, and they
hotter, th President should tak'home was East Coast Canal and Transportation This change In the route made: ttinecessary
sound and within all the requirements: next month for a ten-flays' outing. seem to have held their width and
a snow sr. >rm to the loved ones.Braden Companybeg leave: to report as to cut two new,canala.wblch'meant -
This looks like Texas Is the
f the and one of depth in a satisfactory manner, exceptnear
law. technically
o they are I the dredging of nearly ItW.OOoJj
guiltless of any act other than that only places where tarpon are caught.As follows: the Lake Worth entrance of the !

i! >wn, on the west coast, is they sincerely believed right and to the East Coast for tarpon fishng. We left St. Augustine on Tuesday I canal, where the company is now makIng cubic yards, through very unfavorable
I material but this work us been done J
hotel and the
to have a $50,000 enter .
roper, and the legal way of callingand It Is unnecessary to elaborate.The morning. May 2, and after a run of a plans to establish protection worksIn
by the company and we used the aev l
tourist"Banker ''usiness. Here's hoping.
; conducting the bond issue.It catch of sixty-three tarpon by Mr. few males to the sown we passed order to permanently maintain the .
canals when going south to Bt.ca1bay. )j
Is a regretable occurrence but Chas. F. Naething and mends at Llgum through a canal cut by' the companythrough channel at that point. '
**, Bigelow, of Milwaukee, Is the St. Augustine sad Matan- The canal between Lake Worth and t S
here Is no use crying over spilled Vitae and Indian Keys, in eighteen .
stow won erlng.lt the Jury wlU accept We also found that while the'Stats!
milk. It could not be'helped and days, twenty-three by Mr. and zas Inlets. Before this canal was cut Jupiter was quite a heavy cut being
a plea o ,insanity if he can prove specifications called for canals only ftfi.1
though the question of bonds will be Irs.' H. E. Tattle in six days, at the boats drawing over two feet of water at one point at least twenty feet In
e : that he was plum "crazy to get-rich. ty feet wide and five feet In deptttJ
thrown back some few months, the same place, besides tne numerous we are informed, mere unable to navigate ;depth from the surface of the ground
tnkt the river between St. : canal. at mean tow tide, the company haaj
Augustine to the bottom of the
issue Is necessary to the advancementand other smaller catches at the same '
interest and Matanzas at low tide; but since Fro mthe south end of Lake Worth been generally cutting ns canal sixty J
of the town and It now places, falsify .the statement accredIted I
Milwaukee bank clerks must hereafter feet in width and six: to seven feel*
Its construction about two and
behooves the the one- to Miami on Blscayne Bay, we passed
city council not to let to West Coast fisherman that I
fnrnii i their photographs to their half the minimum of canals In depth which semi to ladlcate'UwM
years ago depth 01 through nearly fifty miles ,
the grass grow under their feet but that coast is the only one' In Florida
employer We suggest that the "bank to can another bond election at where water between these Inlets (which are all of which were In good condition, there Is no desire on the part of the|
tarpon are aughtADVICE
1' president should be required to fur- company to avoid compliance with tho:
eighteen has been where
C once, and have the call framed Inthe apart) not except at a few points temporary '
thelf 1
.aI4 photographs to the police. less than six feet at mean low water. or permanent Inlets from the specification ,
proper verbiage and conducted Inthe
r manner prescribed by the authorIty TO SURF BATHERS. After passing Matanzas Inlet, ocean had slightly damaged the chan During the put two years the"canal g

The American Protective Tariff eighteen miles south of St. Augustine, nels. In going through these canals company has been constanUy'-at wors:'"
rennin&he act and questioning
Tare an appeal to the the Given by an Expert LIfe Saver that we entered the Summer Haven river, we noted the fact that a large amount constructing: and Improving Its canals t'
validity of the Issue.
estorta Eta the United States Is Interesting and Insrtuctlve. where a series of canals: aggregating of land was drained by the company and we found three dredges to',operaVUoa "

} to pay rata on any Pan. RESISTING THE LAW. four miles In length wire constructed and now In cultivation and large tomato i on the works while on our tn '

area s.ptliel bought In'foreign conn- Many Mlamtan..are now patronizing by the company; but owing to the plantations were established upon spectlon. Vu

.<3ries. .... killing Jie ocean beach across the bay ana tb. nature of the material and the current lands which before the canals: were The waterway II in general good!
shooting and of the
t J negro majority of them Indulge and enjoy It was found Impossible to maintain cut. we are advised, were covered with condition and a suction dredge Is st-j
Mango Wednesday night by bep-
,.It takes more than law to brace upI the surf bathing. Many of them take the channels, and It la the Intention water. ways kept In commission which BV|
utr Sheriff Gore should lesson
: 'ffhe man who has resolved not to Up' prove a great chances of Injury and death in 'of the canal company, as stated From the foregoing statement of es from place to place for the purpo3
to those of his race and all others,
abe ur4rJ One look of scorn from to what the surf without being conscious or by their superintendent, to abandon conditions it will be understood that of removing any shoals that may forajl
r extent an omcer of the law Is
a- pt. Site colored boy doubtien will continue Invested when oat its caring of the"danger so long as they this portion of the route, and to cut a before the works of the canal company In the canals; we therefore rniuMssji
to "woduce results'- even In Wls- enjoy themselves. To those thus indulging canal about three and one-half miles were commenced the Inland that the canal company s acing an tsfl 1]
s i ....sa. or in a pleasure that so often In length through the marshes west waters along the east coast of Florida Its power to hasten the completion

should prove to them. that, thoug* proves fatal the following advice on of Matanzas Inlet, which will shorten were not navigable except fof short of Its construction works, and to mitaJ
they be Innocent of the crime
Real at Roosevelt has announcedthat surf bathing and the mode of restoration the route by nearly a mile. distances; but since the company began tain la good condition use canals all
with which they are charged that
= ke. frill visit Florida. When he the fact of resisting make. after unconsciousness from water After leaving Summer Haven riverwe operations it has removed the obstructing ready constructed. t, : m

.mmei II should make It In May and a charge of itself besides arrest, by F. V. Fisher, formerly-connected entered the north end of the approach shoals In all the rivers ana We. therefore recommend that'thai

,; arpad t ew days In the wild of the extreme end to which courtingthe officers with the National Swimming Asso to the MaUnsas and Halifax lagoons between Bt Augustine and extension of time asked for by the]
4 'keys as streams of the East Coast allowed by the law- In elation and a life guard at Atlantic canal and ran through the newly cut Miami and has cut many miles of canals canal company In which to complscM

e -aad tneWere dentally land a few tarpon its prescriptions to and go protee-enforcing City N. J. will prove interesting and channel to the company's first dredge through solid land, removing their work be granted. ME

h to do so be would publicly lag his own life-death. no doubt instructive: located at a point about twentyeightmiles Urge quantities of rocs as well as F. S. Davis.' Chairman. -

r. "l prodain that bear hunting In Colo- It should also be a lesson to them "Although a good swimmer may be from St. Augustine, and seven clay and sand, until now with the exception r.Adams. *K

a far from land, he is always weU with miles from the entrance to the northern of a little less than seven On part of Benate1
aado> is tot oar. two three with this and force a stern realization of the I tUN
:Brat and ejddng sport fact that the resisting of an officer in himself and in surf bathing or I approach of the canaL For a distance miles of cutting yet to be done be- Chas. B. recosamenditiosB Noble,

ocean swimming particularly there II of nearly four miles the work tween the Matanxas and Halifax rivers (With exception of

'. J the Jacksonville Is not the serious part of the offense; .0 per cent of the people who enter i done by the company on this section a continuous waterway of nearly of extension which I think should. h ]
r :'According to new that by resisting him personally that "'
the water never bo.whether It is I baa been more rapidly carried on. The three hundred and fifty miles has been left to Legislature) (.1
James Murdoch Bam at
tefcarter,! they are committing the crime of resisting J JOn
# ebb tide or flood: tide, when a man ; material shows In places a strong constructed between St. Augustine O. F. Sprague. 1
of that town the Clothed
peteent city attorney .law. with the '
( who poses as a swimmer will always Inclination to slide and at times we and Miami, which enables ns to make part of the Haass.. !
'toot go before the people and be nthortty of the law an officer though
take notice of this one particular fact were told, only a few feet ahead cat. the Inspection trip with little difficulty
{ elected ,'if be holds the omce again. he may be insignificant: to another in ?*
for no other reason than when he goes be made by the dredge la a day.whlle all the way la fair-sized boats; TO REST AT ANNAPOLIS.
I 'Bam o >poed the measure with anUs lie, strength and personality, 1s vasty 1
R to the water for a swim he enters at other times an advance or frOm fifty with the exception of the seven miles .
and Influence but lost out I their'.nperior in the eyes of the
tbt: the water in flood tide and swim.against to seventy-five feet per day can be above mentioned, over which we drove The President has decided that thi'body ;
Be tto was Influenced by the ap- law. and will be protected when carrying -
the tide in leaving land, and easily made. This uncertainty Is due In teams. of Paul.Jones shall Be barfed at j

lr >>euu1 of the handwriting .on the out Ita requirements.The should some unforeseen accident happen to the quality of the material met The completion of this work can not Annapolis the shadow of the'great
killing' of the Wednesday
r night is an Illustration of what or should he become exhausted with, and. In consequence It 1s dim fall to prove of great advantage to naval academy, where comparatively
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ie. knows all that Is necessarf for. him-- cult to estimate the time required to the east coast of Florida+ as It win re- few will ever see the monament.Tbreare '
dY The 1 formation Is given that Togo can result from resisting arrest and
to do Is to keep cool and sooner or complete any given section of the claim a large acreage of land along skeptics who doubt that the bode

1tu tak n up ,position below Formosa assaulting the" an omcer of the law In later the tide will wash him ashore. work. For about three miles the the route at different points, and when 'of the illustrious naval officer has been
+: to giving battle. It Is not discharge: of his. duty. He was
yrepara ory Therefore, all who will heed my advice banks of the canal stand nearly twenty completed It will provide a navigable recovered but the evidence Is that t
tw stated t lat be has thrown fortifications legalized the same as any citizen to
up will take note that few expert swimmers' feet above water level and la order waterway which will attract thousands right body has been secured. In c .
the Inference is that he isla defend his life by the taking of an- .
but drown, and'that most aU case. to dispose of the dredged materialtwo of visitors to the State daring the nection, with this question or, doubt'
bares formation for the and Invested with the authorityand
waning of/drowning are those of braggarts, washIng which will be capable of NlY7
powerful pumps are in use winter and Paul Morton Secretary of the

,r ,aemy to come along and butt Into armed for any emergency. People who become exhausted In their efforts It back Into the woods. conveniently carrying passengers and Is credited with this excellent'

lim. i )f course this Is what Togo who resist arrest mast know that they to "show off.* After leaving the northern section freight for the full length of the of a ludicrous mistake:

1Iu i law therefore canal we seven miles to coast Insuring to people "There was a man in Vienna ,w
the and
sill things and telling the world allabout courting are violating trouble. Gore was justifiable for the life guards at Atlantic Cityor the second dredge, which is cutting the territory bordering the waterway was Informed by wire that his aant

tt beforehand. In the eyes of the law and/man for Coney Island and various other resorts north from the Halifax rrrer, and on fair and equitable transportation rates had died at Prague He wired bade

where they employ savers for the way we crossed the summit cut for' all time. Instructions for the shipment of' -
the taking of this life and It was
.After you have read of the fearful forced upon him by an', ,utter disregard the needy, and also ate up the time of this canal, which baa been excavated We found that since the canal company body and In due course of tine

toraadiee that have killed hundreds of the law and hII uthority. Let: from the guards ,that, perhaps, couldbe to within about six feet of mean commenced work they have received con arrived at the station. Tile

.C peoi ke In Oklahoma and Texas and put to better advantage low water level by -men and "horse from the State about 575.000acres h.-' '
It serve as a lesson to those who nephew was .there with a
the ha4 storms that rained icycles In "I wish also to contradict a worldwide -" scrapers." over one hunored thousana of land, out of which they donated :
receive the body and ne carried
may be so unfortunate as to be ar ,
I western Michigan and ruined ad the expression which ninety-nine out cubic yards of material having been to the Florida' East Coast Railway -
rested, that in no Instance is it policy reverently to his home sad had ,
trait lit week, yon must think that eafeto of every hundred people seem to believe moved by the canal company In this 276,000 acres In order to Insure
I wise or resist arrest and assault I placed in the parlor. The,
.' rtoridJ Is certainly one of the favored In that of It being necessary to manner. !, the construction of the road from
I an officer of the law In the discharge was set for the following day.
+ States, We have a gale occasionally 'go town three times' to drown. .Now On reaching the second dredge we Rockledge to Miami
his duty.We' I that evening he thought that belike
sand on e in a long time a freeze but a person may strike the water and boarded ,(he launch Cherokee (fifty i The canal company still awns 150.
to take a last look on the facebelo.ed
lives are .rarely lost or expensiveproper have the air completely knocked out five feet. In length), and ran through 000 acres approximately, the balance
trust that the trouble Bishop his aunt, so he went into
'dewo ed.-Ft. Pierce New of his lungs and will sink Immediately about six miles of canals cut through having been sold, and all the money
Potter and the Y. M. C. A. are having parlor and unscrewed the lid of the.
., ever to reappear, or a person may solid ground and ten miles of approaches received therefor,tocether with a large
win not lead the Y. M. C. A. to start" coma What was his surprise and cJIa.
The appropriation bill as passed in drop overboard with born tongs filled cut through the water of the sum subscribed by the stockholders
another Bishop's saloon. Instead oCJlisi
to find
tts an -nded form by the House Tuesday to their greatest! capacity and he will Halifax river to Ormond. has we are assured been used in payIng appointment

c ntalns some Juicy little Items bob up and down perhaps,'III or seven From that point we ran down the the expenses of the construction aunts body that of a Russian geCent- ,
Minister Bownen may feel that coming In fall ''uniform!. As quickly U
that e sure to please the taxpayers. times until every particle of air has Halifax and Hlllsboro riven and Mosquito work
home to face charges Is a pleasure i i dashed off to the sand
First there is. an'Item or 130,000 fort been exhausted from his lungs and : lagoon to the head of the Indian ,! We have been Informed that the slble he '

o thoee edifying schools of mil compared to staying in Venezuela'and i then sink for good. Therefore, It II .river. On this run we passed through 1 I Rum expended by the canal company got into communication with

itary nstructlon knowo/as/ "State en- facing Castro I not necessary for a person to 'go several canals. Including -the heavy I to date, exclusive of Interest, amounts I express people at Prague. They '

v camp lents." The ,comptroller get down three times' to be fatal, which cuts at Oak Hill and the Haul- ver, i I to $1.200,000, of which about $176,000. not account for the mix-up, and referred -

:: .SC.700 for eleven clerks, whose salar It Is said that letters have gone', seems to be the standing belief ot the later being through solid rock fora i has been spent in the last two years the matter to & retersbnrf:
from Miami to Tallahassee '' I
tell mn aU the way from $250 to $750. protesting most people. 4 considerable portion of its length.In i While Including accumulated interest .The next day he got a message from"'f
This fa for six/months only; double It against the passage of the Miami city MAl I have been In contact with Prof the Haulover canal (which connects and other legitimate chances to construction a high: official at the Cur's court;

S>y two gtve/you $13,400 for the yearThe charter. If true. It is to ''lie regretted. Klstler Prof. Enoch Shaeffer Stern the Halifax and Indian there) we the canal works have cost whkh read: "Would advise yon to bury

ovn.or gets three clerks, priwate It would be next to impossible to it, 'Bean. Bowen Hooker Burns Jordan found a suction dredge: belonging to the company to date about $1,600,000.The the General quietly. Your aunt, was

secretary, a clerk and a steno-<< frame a Jaw, or any other measureof and most all other prominent professionals the company improving tbe.channell, quantity of material excavatedby buried here yesterday with full alOtary >

; crap et. $600 $360 and $300. He also such magnltude_that would meet in that line of sport, let which have a tendency* to shoal. the company up to the prH'Qt time honors.* "

fcasS hat Is called a "contingent fund with the approval of one and all. but some of the people heed my advict We then ran down the Indain river amounts, we believe, to about 6500.

wrblelI: amounts to $2,000 for the six aa the new bill Is sitcn an improvement and let's see If there will not be less for its whale length between Titus- 000 cubic yards. Since the last legislative ST. LUCIE COUNTY

: '/ tae, giving a very pretty total of over the old, or present charter cases of drowning by carelessness vllle and Jupiter though this portionof committee investigated the affairs WAS CREATED.

for six months or $6.520 for under which the city Is operated "- this summer." the mote has been taken in chargeby of the canal company the dredge

ate ear. The Legislature's expense and governed it must appear the United States Government and at the north end of the cut betweenthe Tallahassee May ]!. A bUl crest-:

r' ttcoftnt of this year Is put down at that If the bill meets apposition, it It Is asserted that municipal graft an act of the Legislature was passed Matanzas and Halifax rivers, baa log the new county of St. Lade from I IBrevard.

3500<| or a fraction over 1416.66 a comes from a.biased or prejudicedmind Is unknown in Scotland. A little advertising in 1S93 relieving the canal companyof advanced about four miles to the south passed the Senate this IDCIno

r' Uay for the CO days of the session and one in direct opposition to of the fact is liable to start all responsibility In connection with through very heavy cutting much of ing by a vote of IS to 11. The new-:.

tt: |scertalnly money that makes thnarago the advancement or Interest of the some of our grafters to cultivate the I the maintenance of the Indian river which had to be gone over several county will exist as soon thereaMflas

In Florida.: Tampa Tribune. city. the virgin field., I channels between the points above I times In order to obtain the required I the Governor signs the blQ. y[

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: TARPON KilliNG RECORD BROKAW SUED FOR Department Notice for of Publication.the Interior, I F. W. HAHN 7

BREACH OF PROMISE Land Omce at Gainesville, Fla. ,

May IS, 1&05.
' Notice is hereby given that the fol- Arcbitect.and BuilderI

'if 8ROK I ON THE EAST COASTs owlng.named settler has filed notice of

: SPORT AND SOCIETY MAN HAS A his intention to make commutation now have in my-employ one of the best
in of his claim and that draftsman in the South and am better x
,:i ever furnishing plaua
Charles I F. Naething and Friend of New York, Put All Previous GOOD SUM FOR TRIFLING WITH said proof will be made before John B and detail for good building, fine cabinet -

" For These Game Monsters, to the Bad. HER AFFECTIONS.New ReillY United States Commissioner at work, etc. I am now headquarters ,
!!- Records, Capturi 3fiamt, Fla.. on June :8. 1905 viz: for turned work scroll sawing and all ,
in Eighteen
Sixty-three Beanies Were Caught David A Smith .of Miami Fla. Hd work usually done in a FIRST CLASS

t Days and Sixty-nine in Thirty Days. ::,G63 for the N. 1-2 of S.E. 1-4 and planing mill :
, ,, '
S r==- -- :-'. .1.: or S. W. 1-4 .Sec. 11, Tp. 54 S.. Send me your order for doors and wIn] ':
folk left the party and returned to York. May 22.-The suit of Mrs.
+? he Florida tarpon BIKngbaajbeen recoruscat R. 40 E.
dow frames ballusters
fact Is mentionedso brackets etc]
broken shattered and New York which Katherine Polllon to recover $250OM1damages He names the following witnesses" ,

,t the as to explain his killing of but one for breach of promise of marriage to prove his continuous residence upon and be convinced MIAMI, FLA
:Bred to the winds, as It were., and xf
'' fifth. from William Gould Brokaw, and cultivation of said land viz:,
eat'w. accomplished on 110 Jonah or
Whether he was a or not
came up today before Judge Gilder J. T. Davis F. H. Brown ,S. A. Belcher -

Cdtst.. of Florida, thus suscai Ing then whether JoIrOaethlng brought good sleeve in the Supreme Court. Mr. and E. C. GaUl. all of Miami, Fla.
contrary to that from the luck. Is hard to tell, but the fish began Brokaw is prominent in the "shorty" W. G. Robinson,

west coast that this se set of New York society, and as a WHALER
the best tarpon Cshini. In theHate the reseult that the phenomenal consequence the case Is attracting I
record made was quickly piled up.
ate'' in the world. great public attention.The CONTEST NOTICE. .
number The most of the killings were madeat
only the aggregate
ot 1s two met In 1900 and the oman Department of the Interior.
bro but Indian Key though a number were .
nah en.
of thpa'treat game n
alleges that an agreement of marriage United States Land Omce,

was entered into and the ceremonywas Gainesville Fla., April 17, 1905
100 REWRD-BREAKING' TARPON CATCH. Everyone who buys a .
DAILY OF THE to have been performed in 1903. A sufficient contest affidavit having

-Date. Killed by Place. Weight Length Girth. During the three years of their engagement been filed In. this office by Bird Fltzpat-
Vitae Key 96 I" 1 In t ft lO3 In Diamond of feelsthat
pr11 tv Cbaa. F.Naethlnlr Ipam she alleges, Mr. Brokaw rick contestant, against homestead entry us
Vitae 1110 In 110 I ft $3 10
Key y
m Chu. F.Narthlng : .Iruam
April April 90 Cbu. ?XaetblDC gnum Vitae Key 75 i ft Ila t n 7 10'Xaz paid her constant attention when he No. 32,564. made June 22, 1903

1 Cbaa. F.Narthlog gnum Vitae Key 78 6 h 4 ID t fe 8 10I' was in town, and when he was out of for nw 1-4 of Section 1, Township 57, he she has secured .
Vitae Key 106 1 It 8S In t fe 10,11 ID or: a good
1 Chu F.NarthlDg .pum aout 1, Range 38 Eby Charles A. Gunter P
Vitae Key 11. I n lye ID t f' 11 In town telegrams and talks over the We intend that ,
May I I Cbu. F.Na.tbinr Jpam contestee, in which it Is alleged bargain. everyone .k
t Cbu. F.Naethlog pum Vitae Key 17: 8 ft 43 In I n O. In phone were daily occurrences. For
az y 8 tabu. ?.Naethlng pum Vitae Key 87 4 fe 11 ID t n 8 In some unexplained reason, she says that Gunter has wholy abandoned said shall feel that way. Entry

8 Cbu. F.XaethiDIt gnum Vitae Key Ito 1 Ie 8 I.. t ft 101 ina Mr. Brokaw broke the engagement tract for a period of more than a year gem we sell must be right in quality
Chu. F.Xarthin pam Vitae Key 81 I" t ID If' 8 snay last his abandonment not being colon and '
past, cut JFe
8 Cbu. F.Xaethln& pam Vitae Key VI 1 fe 7 in t It I in There were 244 love letters which price. hare
y 4 Chu. F.Xaethiolr Lipum Vitae Key 100.1 f'If ID tit 101 ID the attorneys for the plaintiff will electto due to employment in the Army or some nice ones to show you : : : : :
1 Cbu. FXaetbia& pam Vitae Key 103 1 It III in t fe 10 In Navy in time of war, said parties are
Vitae 64 4"I In t fe 8 ID get Into evidence. Mr. Brokaw is .
i Chu. F.Xaetblnlr enum hereby notified to appear, respond and
6 Cbu. F.Xadbin& ICDum Vitae Key 6:1: 4f111 In tit if In heir to 16,000,000 from his mother.'
y a Chu. F.Naetbioa' Indian Key 106 1 rt 8 III t n J1 IDa He Is a clubman yachtsman, automobilist 'offer evidence touching said allegationat
Cbu. ....Naethlog IDdian Key 100 6" 8 ID t" 10 iny 10 o'clock a. m. on June 10,1905be-
ay 7 Cbu. F.Xaetbinlr Indian Key 12O! a h 1 ID aft and prominent In society. The fore Jno. B. Reilly. United States Commissioner The Jeweler -
7. Chu. Y.Xaetbina' Indian Key it ife us 1Ii 10 :newspapers announced a month ago' 4 P
ID fe In at Miami Fla, and that
Indian Key lit 8 fC I 2 11
Cbu. F. NaetblDIr
2' hat he was going to marry Miss Clare
,Yay 8 'Cbu. F.Naethlo& Indian Key 88I fC 2' ID t fC 8 ia final hearing will be held at 11 o'clock
:Howard, of an old Washington family.MrBrokaw .
F.NU\hloc ew Fish 167 "Hilla atHO to1Yay .. .
I Chu I nx, on July 10, 1905 before the
8 Cbu. F.Xaeeblnr Jew Flab 661 ers e In UeXa *! first wife was Miss Cora-
Register and Receiver: at the United
V6 ift 8 In Ue 10 In
, I CW. F. Naethiulr Indian Key
el Coudert niece of the tate FrederIc
;Xaz It Cbu. F. Naethlu& 10c1iall Key 117 en 4 io I fC lye,1n States Land office In GainesvUle.Fla.
]ray 10 Cbu. F. Naetblnlr Indian Key 71 5(5 J ia Jle 2' 'anYay Coudert the famous lawyer.; The said contestant having In a

! 11 CIIa. F. Nothing Indian Key 1U 8 fS ala I fC. la Mrs. Polllon Is a strtWng-y beautiful proper affidavit, filed March 22, 1905. Tomato Wrappers ,
11 Chaa. F. Xaethlnlr Indian Key 1l In 0110 In 01 la
May petite and plump. She is
woman set forth facts which show that
J" In after
'May 11 Cbaa. F. Nothing Indian Key 100 i fa 711D 30y -
'May 'II Chu. F. Xaetbla& Indian Key 80 51$ la 2f5 2' InU the daughter of the late Henry PoiDou.a due diligence personal service of this Don't wait till the tomatoes are a
11 Chaa. F. Nae\bIDg 11141& Key va ift e la us 9 la wealthy merchant of Troy. While
can not be made, it Is hereby before
III In 1110. aft I la ripe orpering your pa ,
10 Cbu. F. NaethJa& Indian Key she was at school at Ole Emma Wl .
ordered and directed that such
14 Chaa.F. NaeU1Ja& IIIdian Key In sub 10 In. leI '
We have THE BEST
II Edward VOID Bofe Indian Key 61 415 S 'e 2 Ii lan lard Seminary a mere slip of a girl ,be given by duo and proper publica per.
Edward VOID Bof. Indian' Key tII "S U. IsD she was married to Joepa r. Smith. tion.
> Edward VOID Bole Ugnem Vltu Key 70 I" t h 6j IDl' Manila Wrappersmade
A divorce followed and she resumedher SdtoFi
Robinson. Register.
Edward Vom Bole Lipa.'Icae Ker 70 Ue J f. In
1 Edward VOla Bole Uganm Vlcae Key It 4 R 11 ID t fe maiden name. Henry 8. Chubb Rocolver.

t Itdwud Yom Rofe LIpoID Viae Key 110 ifs Sin t n iffla [Brokaw to known ana remembered .. and our prices are right. Order nowE1UG
I Edward VOID Bofe Llgaum Viae Key 654f111 ID Ifs after
'a :Edward VOID Bole Lignum Vlcutel no eft 2' la 8 ri I laa iere. Last season participating NOTICE.
Edwud Yom Hof. Ugnem Vitas Key V6 us i ID US 9 la la the automobile races at Ormood. h* : I3FIS c Cc>

I Edward Vom Befe Ugnsm Viae Key IT UI Ilia t f9S went to Palm Beach and then cam Notice'U hereby ftrea Oat the City .
Indian Key lIt 6 hIla I fa 11 ID
,,10 :Uward Edward V.m VOla Bofe Bote 11l4lu Key 41 4" 9 la U. Ilia to Miami where he remained for Council of the City of Miami win apply

10 :Edward VOID Bof. Indian Kay 17 4f$10 la I h. ID son time. WhH here h drove his to the Legislator of the Stato of aloe

10 U..,.Vom lIot. Iodtu Key 11 "I t n 'i inio antoboat Challenger la me lower bay Ida,at the aeoloa beftoalni April 4th.XX. ,
2dwited Vom Hots Indian Key 17' I" I la U. I lal the one-mile record and mad for the of special Ant t
against passago a
110 ifs 1. 1Ja' I"
10 :Edward VOID Bofa! Indian Key Wilson &
:,10 U.... VOID BOIl' Indian Key 110 6t$ 6 ID ifs 10111I the time la less than two mlnutea.SPONOC granting a Charter to the City of MV Flye ,

11 Edward VOID Bofe! h41u Key at 4 R 10 la III I la amL Said Act to contain provisions ,,vDalllls

11 :Edward VOID Rof1 ladlu Key 111 ifs 24n Hill laU AND OYSTER. crating and astitiBiitni the Uoalet in .
:Edward VOID Bol 1D4iaa Key 1!! ifs I ID 9 tt

April f JoobmfLEI Lljnnam Vlcu Viae Key 9900 iii I la t u'fl 91 ley Industry In Florida Being Investigated party for the of suction tao sty of of Miami offlcen;,providing and proscribing Staple Groceries Fruits

.4 .leba K. Laflta Idgatim Vlcae Key 86 I fs r In 21$ 6 ID 4
by German Professor.Dr. their powers and duties; pee- ,
4 Jobs M. LalID I Lip. Vlcae Key IS' "U ID J fe 4 leS
.Joba JL WID. India Key 14 US I I. I" e fee scribing and limiting the ,powers of

JobD Y. LEIS ,Indian Key 118 US i la ifIll ID ._ J. Boeke. a representative of the City ConneD; granting right to Impose TOBACCOSAND ,
11 .Io1tD K. Lfita Indian Key 180 8" I la ifs 4 laprll7
the Dutch government arrived la panaltlea for offenses against the
C- .8. Weber Lip1ll8 Vlcae Key Iii ifs I h t isa CIGARS
Chao. L. 'Weber LlpalD Viae Key .148 I h II Ja in i ie I. Tallahassee via New Orleans from, Qty Ordinances; prescribing methods

I CIIU. L. Weber Ugnem Vlcae Key 117 6f$ I hIf the Islands of Curracoa and Snnnam. for the assessment and collection of
',' Cbaa. Weber Indian Key 1. 6 fe a ID 21s 2' IsYty W. t, to confer with the Florida State revenue; providing for a Mualdpsft Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI, FLA.
9 CIIU.L Weber Indian Key 86 I helD us 8 laXI7 ...... z..
; :
11 Cbaa. L.Weber Indian Key 1M I" 10 la In 4 InYay Fish Commission relative to the culture : -I Court; granting the right to issue -

11 Chu. L. Weber'' Indian Key g 8 n i ID t fS 8 ID and propagation of oysters and City; Bonds In excess of 5 per cent of
May U Cbu i. Weber Indian Key fi I fl 4 ID n II inYay sponges In these colonies. the valuation of real and personal s
Weber. Indian Key Ili e" illa SfsApr1116 .
11 Cbaa.Capt.A. U.lakel Llpam Vitae Key 16 i rc t la t f1 4Ji InAprll The doctor was provided with an property within the City limits limits;

29 Capt..A. Heokel Ugnem Vitae Key 17 I f., t 10 t f. 61 10 the necessary scientific appliances for providing for the election of Bond

eterminlng the density or salinity of Trustees, and prescribing their powers We Want Every Grower tIN

:Be tndlrldnaf ,record nai cone:to killed at. Lignum Vitae Key. An of the water where the best oysters are and duties. .

=crush aa well. This latt;r: goes to the fish were carefully weighed and found In the State, and also to procure By order of the City Council of the ",

Caaa: F. Naething. the tarpon expert measured and a scale taken from each the diatoms or food of the oys- City of Miami.

:New York, who In elg I teen days and recorded with the size length and tel' for future investigation. I. R. KELLIIM THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

hooked'and landet thirty-one: date of capture, so that there can be After a conference with the commissioner City Clerk. 1

disputing of the. umber secured he visited Apalachicola buy
lest welghBCQfty4wo no
_of these monsters the sma Florida Vept lK."-A compute atanual Florida eropa. .
} pounds and he largest Capt. K. M Large, the tanoermm. where he was provided with a launch NOTICE. "
Florida 0rv* --or special nlt to orange growera. -
breaks joined the party after it had been at and half day securing his
This catch spent a -
f;.ITS pounds. Florida Strawberries. Booklet oa "Soil Varieties CattlraUoaFertilisation. .. r
,'!be'prerions record of ; the key several days and be is now engaged specimens and making his determin In Court of County Judge State of ." -

in mounting a number of the ations. He arrived from Apalachicola .,
Mr. Naethlng. Florida Dade County
fl h held by
; Irish Potatoet.A Booklet oa "Boll. Seed. Planting sad Cultlvmdoa; p18YM
fn.: collectlveldlllng_ ioo party larger fish which: Mr. Naething; will Saturday afternoon on Us way to In re Estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr. of mtUlsen Digging and 8h1>>pIq." "

d.slx! Including that of ) & hare sent to his address in New York Tarpon Springs, Key West and Havana To an Creditors. Legatees Distribu, "Plaeapplo rwtlllxmg.- special Interest pineapple growon. '
where they win be donated to clubs where he will further prosecute "
n4 dating; from" April just one tees and all ,persons having claimsor Ideal F.rttUa" r3.Book aaowlaf aQ oar different brands analyses JIte&.t
nth.- war 69 tarpon though c 63 of and Institutions of which he is a mem his investigations in the artificial enl demands against said estate: eta. '

e''number were landed in the past ber. taro and methods of laving sponges 'You and each of you are hereby notified New and Revised Edition: of Ue above Just published,seat tree far the aa5-.:
Besides the tarpon canghUMr.Naething as practiced In Florida, toeing provided
U! days: or since Mr. Naethlng joined.the and required to present any
of last month.e succeeded: In landing two immense with letters of Introduction to specalists claims and demands which or
i party on the 28th you
.. total catches of each party for jewflsh. one weighing 157 pounds and at the above named places by either of yon may have against the WILSON &: TOOMBR\ FERTILIZER COMPANY
the other 351 pounds.. These are aIM Senator Harris of Key West aad ,
Cthe thirty days were as ..: estate of Charles B. Crockett Jr deceased
fOr' being mounted and sent north. :.Ie...... Detwiler and Rnge. He expects late of Dade county Florida, JACKONVILLE Fla. .

%*,JI '.' Chas. F. :| fish The Rose Marie arrived at the Royal to return to the Island of Curra i to the undersigned administratrix of

t':.)Ir. Edward Vom Hofe 20 fish. Palm dock Thursday and Messrs. Von coa In the early part of June. He expressed said estate within two years from the .

'. )Ir.C.L.Webber,t nab. Hole and Webber left that night for himself as highly gratified date hereof. Case dzrn.e'Y"....... F1& Agents,
.*, Captain Joha'Laflin. C flsh. New York but Mr. Naething will stay with the result of his Investigationsthus
Dated March 1C, A. D. 1905. ti
: 2 fish. ,
tCapt.. Albert Heinkle. '
I I.y..Xr. aboard the Rose Marie for some time far in Florida waters.Ton MacG. Crockett -
n Agnes Cutler Little River.
H. Baumfo 1 flaJi.a yet and will cruise leisurely up the 9-ln 1 Administratrix.
' ul
he party first consist4i of all thetlemen I coast He will be accompanied: by can hardly blame the ran..Tmqnates

y except Mr. Naething and Capt. Helakel. to whom he attributed for raising a loud protest NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.All

,_l here on the houseboat e Marie much of their good luck by his kno..ledp when a man of Secretary Tafl's build '
Miami Works.
Bder the command of Captain Albert'Hebkle of the waters of the coast ana sits down on them. Bottling

about, the first of April and ,the best fishing grounds. persons concerned win take notice

t west to, Indian Key. :They were not The total number of fish landed by Notice to Creditors.In that six months after date I win WALL & DICKINSON Props.12th .

.,expert anglers and had poor lock nn- each party date of.killing, weight Court of the County Judge, State of present my final account and Touch- Near R. R. Miami FU- 4 '
Street ,
U Mr. Naething joined the party on length and girth of each U given herewith Florida.In era as executrix of the estate of John L

,. the 28th. and enthused them with the and which breaks the record In re Estate of P. L. Fay, Deceased, J. Harden late of Dade County deceased Manufacturers of ,//J1JjJ551

'desire and art of angling for the every other way but that of the heav Dade County Fla. to the County Judge of said .

t..t- greatest of game fish fon the date lest fish ever caugbt which was sot To all creditors legatees, distrib county; and pray for my final discharge All Knds of 4 '.
I a* executrix of: said estate.FLORENCE .
:that Mr. Naething arrived Mr. Baum- done. uteri and all persons having claims or
a -I demands against said estate: You and
Executrix Estate of J. J. Haden. Deceased. Soft Drinks
ELKS ASSOCIATION. laiD; eXecUtlYecommittee., one mem- each of you are hereby notified and i ?
At the meeting of the )elks Assoda- b4r from each lodge, u follows: W. O required to present any claims and Out-of-Tcwa Order IoIJIIftaL
January 11. 1105. 1-U-C.m Prompt Attrattim to AH Ortterm
.[> tlon!' of Florida at Ocala Wednesday Jones ill: Vincent J. Vidal, 497; William demands which,you or either of you {

;and Thursday the following omcers R. Kerr SSI; Frank R. Lewis may have against the estate of P. L.

4 ,were :elected: Ifc ;08; O. G. Cheatham. 795; A. M. Taylor FaT deceased late of Dade county, DYSPEPSIA CURE ;

s: Herbert A. Ford of Oca( president; 829; Sam A. Rawls, 851; Georg Florida, to the undersigned administratrix

: J. Clarence Glenn of amps, viM I O.Adlcks. 893; Walter L. McGriff, 839W. : of said estate, within two years I BAT
president; G. IX Ackert f. of Jackson-, M. Brown 948. from the date hereof. i
:r 0' I Twit oo war oa.w an e.ts.dtd.r,.wan N ea '
, '" rifle, secretary J. T.: Pacettl ,of SLugostjne The next place of meeting will be Dated May 17th A. D. 1905. "_... w 6"ran issoss .M "

"treasurer; Dr;| Hugh Moabr7 Jacksonville and the date set U the SlSw MART E. FAT, E. C. DoWITT COMPACT CUICAAOsi '....

? of Lake City, muter at arms;_Rev.W'1II1am thin Wednesday In May or May 1C R. H. Seymour Adminlstrttrix.
Administratrix. :i i Kodol Almanac and 200 year CalendarlORIDA
, -' : c.,.Lindsay. of'Ocala. chap- UOu Attorney for .

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We are offering some Unprecedented< values i in Lawns Mulls, MAIL

' THE IDEAL. Organdies Voiles and all the UP=TO-DATE DRESS FABRICS ORDERS


E. B. DOUGLAS Fashion says, Flatter.Brims.; Ire Flatter; oursehes that

I TWELFTH STREET PHONE/ 53 you can not beat our prices, our styles, or quality of joouds anywhere. :: :: :: :: i FILLED I

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; 6L4DE The new two story natural and act

Arrives In Jacksonville After Winter EASILY DUPEDA FROM SINKING ttficial stone'building being erected
G. Ross Enters Suit far $25,000 for ,)

REPORT FILED Ing in Biscayne: Bay. Salvage. by the Miami Contracting Co., on the' ".

south side of Thirteenth street :
Number of Miami Merchants Cashed Quarantine Steamer McAdam Came
At 1 o'clock today the handsome
tween Avenues D and C. is noW-apld i

. houseboat Everglades steamed into Checks That Are Worthless.As Capt. R. G. Ross, of this city has Near Going to Bottom Monday. assuming proportions. TIll building tfj25x75

, port and landed at the dock of S. B. entered libel proceedings against the :! ': feet In size and when complied

." BY BOARD OF TRADE COMMIT. Hubbard fc Co., says the Jacksonville American steamship David. The libel will be occupied ennrery by'the Al
Metropolis of Saturday.The the result of over-confidence In It was learned today that the steamer Miami Morning
ON CANAL News.whlch will /
TEE move
was filed In the foiled States Court at
IMPROVEMENTS INDORSED. Everglades Is in command ofCapt. an Individual they practically knew MeAdam. moored In the lower bay there from Its present quarters on AYo,
., Pensacola yesterday, and asks for-
Gardner who Is the
'" ACTION OF BOARD LAST NIGHT taking nothing about, several merchants In and used as a quarantine station by enue C.
vessel to New York. Capt. Gardner is $25,000 damages for salvage. Thesteamer's +r
this city are out various sums of the government, came near Inking Boys In Pool Rooms.
accompanied on (the trip by his family. cargo of over 1,000 tons of .
The Everglades is owned by CoL RM. money, ranging from $20.00 'to $50.00 Monday and but for the promptness of Several parents and citizens ha,.\]

Thompson, of New York who took his and amounting In the aggregate to coal is also contained in the libel. Chief Engineer Paul G. Phillips In called the attention of the Metropolis J Jto.

The meeting of the Board of Trade family to jSt Louis on the boat last about $200.00. The David recently went aground on charge of the boat It would have gone the fact that boys and youths to ?

Tuesday was Interesting and productive year. During the past winter the Everglades the Atlantic coast, and her machinerywas down. knee pants are allowed without n::.
much in developing The swindling, it seems, was workedby disabled for a short time. The
that !
of steps1 mean
It that Mr. had been stralnt
r has been cruising in the vicinity seems Phillips I to frequent the pool rooms nowin ;
and reclaiming several thous- the check racket last Saturday, the tug :Martha Helen owned by Capt.
of Miami and Palm Beach. Capt. absent from_ the MeAdam and upon; operation In this city, and ,some

and acres of submerged Everglade Gardner says that the Evergladesmade party giving the checks and obtainingthe Ross, went to the David's assistance, his return noticed that the boat appeared contend that there U a State law pnj'

lands and continuing a work already a remarkably quick trip from money at that time holding a responsible and afterwards claimed salvage for a to be settled considerably by venting minors from frequenting sack

begun and being conducted by the Mosquito Inlet, leaving there yester position In this city and being large amount which was refused. The the head. Boarding the craft he places and playing the game. Whether..

Florida "East Coast Line Canal and day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The boatIs steamer Is from Norfolk ti's" to Pen found that the forward hold was well there Is such a law or not. there Ian

Transportation Company.The equipped with a seven horse power empowered to do considerable and sacola. and her cargo of coal Is con Oiled withwater.. Help was signalled rule generally observed in most canes

first of the above moves came gasoline engine and Is one of the finest large purchasing.On signed to the Navy Department. The and with the aid of a launch she was excluding boys from pool rooms

In the shape of a resolution from Mr. vessels of the kind afloat this account his victims were David is well known In this port. towed to shallow water and beached.An are commonly recognized aa place >

Fred Morse. It was unanimously adopted Pilot Leon Vann will take the Ever easily duped and fell into the t:&:. Jacksonville Metropolis.The Investigation of the cause of the vice and where the teachings and a*'*

as follows: glades to Norfolk Va. by the Inside His checks were cashed without question David went ashore below the leak revealed the fact that rust had soclatlona are not elevating. \;
the Miami Board of House of Refuge last Monday morningand ---__ ,
? -Resolved. That route. The boat will remain here for and they were considered aa good eaten away one of the pipe connections A

"Trade in appreciation of the work ac two or three days to have some slight aa gold until the bank turned them was pulled off that night by the leading from the hull and that It Key Pineapples.' 'zfJ

complishedand! now being accom repairs made. down. This was discovered Monday. tug Martha Helen. had allowed the water to flow In. The Three schooners Privateer Quern;'t.I .
and Ruth A. came In ..
# pushed by the Florida Coast Line Can- but It seems that Saturday afternoonand connection waa promptly repaired, the
REPORT ON INSURANCE. I from the keys loaded with pineapples?
e.1 and Transportation Company. and before the checks had been made hull pumped out and the McAdam
Assessments About Finished. The total'cargo 'of the three !Vessel
because of the benefit to be derived and canned that the man told his employers taken back to her moorings, but little
*" County Tax Assessor George O. But will amount to about 1.500
the completion of this canal to Transmitted to the Senate
.from Tuesday
i that he had urgent business In worse for the experience.A .
ler came down this morning from the five car loads of fruit. The Most ofthe ,
the whole East Coast of Florida recommend Jacksonville, but would return Tues by Governor Broward.In .
Members of northern part"of the county, where he I pines are already crated and
to the Honorable day. That ls the last seen of him and large party from Lauderdale
of baa been for some time past assess.lug I go out tonight to the northern marke
tie: Florida Legislature the support the gentlemen so duped have about arrived Tuesday morning at the
and straightening up his books. accordance with Senate resolution where prices are unusually high t
the bill providing for: the extension of Idas their Southern Hotel and the
decided to good bye. spent day
x The work throughout the county has money No. 47. Introduced by Mr. Harris, this season"of the year. The key COP
time for completing said canal be it It is said that the man's employersare sightseeing In this city.: Among the
Secre practically all been finished except In the Governor Tuesday afternoon'transmltted 1s now moving rapidly and aa It, la
That the ..
Further Resolved.
:y due him about $60 on wages and party were the following: Mr. and
Miami but as he will get down to to the Senate a detailed state heavier this season than ever before)
tary of this Board of Trade send copies W .Sh. kleford Mrs. W.
this has been attached by Mr. Leffler Mrs. R. ; O.
: this at once, It Is expected that theassessments ment showing "the total amount of the growers will realize handsomely
of. this resolution to the Hon. F. M. Mrs. F. R. Oliver Paul C.
and Mr. Lummus. two of the marks Berryhill. ,
will have been made and Insurance on State property taken out from their outputs.Chief
1 M Hudson, Senator and the Hon.Graham for the wily chap. Besides these Bryan. H. C. Milton Warren Swett
gen "
since the first of
the books ready for submission to the day August 1901
W. King, representative asking themto Mrs. L. V. Smith Robert Chambers
tlemen who cashed checks for $25.00 ;
county commissioners at their next and "the amount of premiums paid I I Hardie; of the Miami Fire D ;
heartily support this measure. and $2' each, the following others fell and D. L. Barton.
regular meeting. out and "the name of the agent or partment will have one of the hosVJ
Following this Mr. W. W. Prout Into the snare: Burdine &: Quarter. of Insurance to reels stationed In oC'j
agents companies I the north .end :
r secretary' of the committee.appointed man $25; Julius Smith. $:>0; J. H. whom the premiums were paid and Invitations hare been received here the city near the Magnolia Grocery-,
from the Board of Trade to Investigate The Mayor Likes Cuba. announcing the approaching marriage :
Cheatham, |20; Lofton &: Elnlg ,$20; the respective amounts paid to each." store Avenue D. and another U then ,
Into the feasibility of draining the Evrglade Sewell who returned of Miss Agnes Winifred Young, sisterof
Mayor yesterday J. C. Abernethy $30.00.:: It is thoughtothers The Itemized statement Is verylong south end near the Royal Palm HoteL -"
lt. lands west of the city of Miami from visit of several to fir and Mrs. Anthony Vincent Manson -
a days were also victims of the This
and full of detail. Summarized. It will prove advant_._ ,
., made thus report of the result Havana and Is delighted with to General Joseph Clifford Reed
vicinity swindler. both the
shows a total of $501,393 of insurance to department and thenIzea. trtf
of the committee's investigation: his of the Foster, on the afternoon of Wednesday.
trip and says It was one most .J
carried on State property, with a to u a fire in the northern
Mr. E. V. Blackman secretary Miami instructive and pleasant he has ever DECISION CONDENSED. June7, at 3:30 o'clock at the Trinity
can be reached :
tal premium of 1657335. The rate much quicker and Board of Trade: i indulged In though he did not find Church St. Augustine. Immediatelyafter "
I varies from 1.65 on the Florida State venlently by having a line of ho* tar

Dear Sir-Acting as secretary of anything there that could win away Legal opinions rules ,and orders of College, to 5.25 on the Deaf and Blind I the wedding a reception will be the Immediate vicinity than by having

if 'special! committee consisting of Hon. I'his admiration and faith in Miami and courts are always more or leas difficult School and 5.40 on the armory at Key held at 28 Bay street that city. Mr. to wait for it to come from the*,"

John SewelL Hon. A. E. Heyser and Dade county. of understanding to the average and Mrs. Foster will be at home to ;
'. West and arms and other similar I headquarters of the department. 'I'IMr. {
myself appointed for the purpose ofexamining mind, and It seems that the ruling of equipment the property of the United their friends after July 1. Tallahassee.Fla. ',.
into the feasibility of drainIng the of the State of General Foster Is the popular :
Supreme court .
Sighted Off Jupiter States. and Mrs. H. E. Tuttle and ru.rl1y.
that part of the glades reaching Florida, in what Is commonly known I Adjutant-General of the Florida State and \
On Tuesday the Metropolis told The report concludes as follows: Capt. Charles Thompson ffturned ->
from abe south prong of the Miami : Troops, and has a .wide circle of
as "The Bay Front" case, ts no exception home
There has been Thursday afternoon from j.\\
of the alleged skipping out of John W. no "money paid out
river to a point about five miles south. I friends who will be delighted to learn
to this fact. Several requests week's
Hood and Julius Isaacs and their violation ; for any service In connection with said a cruise and tarpon fishing ,
:.We find that"a very large tract of 1 of his approaching marriage. Miss
have been made of the
Metropolis trip to Lower Metacumble -
of the navigation laws and orders insurance affairs of the State to anyone aboard Mr.-
land can be recovered and made very to put the full text of the decision I Young I Is a charming and very popular Tuttle's yacht Savallo. They had *;$
from the customs authorities, and for any services whatever connected
productive by a ditch and dyke. Consulting young society woman of the Ancient '
and bill Into a more condensed and most pleasant outing and were fortn:
of the prevailing belief that they had therewith and states, (further that /
engineer records and notes we concise form, that tII'e- people can City nate In kilting twenty-two tarpon al
north in the Jeannette there Is no agreement or understand
gone sloop yacht -
find that the falls of the Miami at the know just what Is ordered and de :j I remarkable catch for the short pe
instead of had ing existing whereby of such
south now
as originally any I
Frank Gallat the well
of six and one-half known barber
place beginning creed, without swallowing so much of time they were there. CapLThomJson
been their Intentions. This latter money shall be paid out and that the
feet drop to tide level. This shows legality. i I and pawn broker has just completed I If says that he has never seen these u
belief Is proven correct aa the light only money paid out at all Is for the f: A
conclusively: that such a ditch would Appreciating this fact the Metropolis I the erection of a neat and commodious great game fish more numerous than, !
keeper ..at Jupiter reports that the regular premiums charged by the com- "
drain a very large area of land as |herewith complies with the request, by cottage; on lath Street on the south. they are now and that there Is no :''''Ij

engineers' notes show that-the naturalIncline yacht passed there Tuesday afternoon |giving the actual and definite points panies.A f side of therlver.* and with his family j|'trouble whatever in hooking and laad-t*
at 3.20 o'clock bound north.
I from a point five miles southto upon which the court ruled. They Is now an occupant of It. 1 Ing them.
party of Key Westers arrived this
the falls of the south prong of the I follows
are as :
Tuesday on the Martinique from that
Miami has a drop of 7 to 8 inches to Dance at Fair Building Last Night ((1.) That those divisions of the o
city and will to West Palm Beach.
the mile, which is ample for the purpose The dance Tuesday night in the (strip upon which the word "Park" Is go M
where they will attend the annual
required Aa a committee, we Fair Building, although very Informal, i written dedicated -
as park.
are a public
: meeting of the Methodist District Con-,
recommend: the Board of Trade to take was well attended and much enjoyedby This Is the portion of the strip extending will I PAWTCRS' ;" *, BEST:
ference. Among those who attend
active steps toward its possible accomplishment Miami society. Among those present from the center of 7th Street
from the Island City are. Rev. E. A. i fCRTlLlZR-: used.Qoaf
; .. were the following: Mr. and Mrs.E. north to the center of 3d Street. tM,, -
of the M. E. Church Rev.
Harrison, :
'tj Yours truly C Romfh; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. ((2.:! ) That the remainder of the strip Wm. Llghtbourne. of Sparks Chapel: j nature Glulpe, nmf nut heaufiruU, ,,

} W. W. Prout, Sec'y.Following Brown, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs; Chas. A. Muller I fLC"vQC U thMonday .
private property. I 1 e.
his I II and Mrs. C. F. Kemp. Those who will Aqe
his report and suggestion Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dora Mr. and C.f G_... Fla.I .
(3.) That the submerged land and
attend from Miami will be Mr. and f
)Ir. Prout addressed the Board. He Mrs. Geo. Worthington Mr. and Mrs.C. I riparian rights In front of the entire I Mrs. T N. Gautier, and Mr. and Mrs. I h

elated that he had gathered considerable L. %lmanies, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. strip are private property. o
W. J. Gautier.
data as to the aVea of the land "Whaler Mrs. E. L. Burdlne. Mrs. I (4.) The court does not decide .
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,l that could be reclaimed and after L. K. Brown Misses Isabelle Burns, j whether the company has the right to I ,

bearing him through It was the sense Jeannette Watson, Eveline Owen, Me- ;use the submerged land In front of the

i of the board that Mr. Prout 0 refer his Kensle, Elsie Davis, Ewe C. Welsh, ':'park for purposes of commerce, or not. w

Information to the pfflce of Mr. J. E. Beatryce %Imanles. Anita Teahen.WIllie ,The reason given for declining to express

InfTaham. third vice-president of the Hahn Mrs. C. H. Birkaer. Messrs. o any opinion upon this point is, at The Racket Store

Florida, Best Cest.1 allway Keller, H. Dade Miller G. Enloe that there had been no interferencewith

The secretary reported upon collections Freeman.Burdlne, Hill Osborne J. H. the company's use of this submerged I I

of membershlp o'nes, the good Cheatham. Geo. Xlmanles, J. B. Hock- land, all of the trespasses -

showing that there are'sixty-two mem- aday. T. McAuliffe, Frlssell and R E. I 1 1I White 1fS&
having. been committed upon the fence ,j I We will reduce prices on Granite Cups and
( ben of the board in. good standing. Hall 'or the strip Itself. ]

Upon this showing! It was decided that I The case is still before the courts Saucers Monday from 60c to 45c a set And we

the secretary appeal to the membersto Last alurday afternoon Commodoreand several '
i land there are matters yet to
pay up their due for this year, so Mrs. H. C. Roome entertained the be adjusted before It Is settled. 'i will sell you a Standard "Favorite" Sewing

r that ,the board may be able to meet High School faculty ana scholars on I from
( the factory.) This i is the machine that
Its obligation and subscription of $400 their beautiful yacht Roamer. The Gamblers Convicted Machine for $11.95
I we are now .ellio\\ ; at the very low price of I

pledged to the Dade County Fair Association. party left the Seminole dock about one I Eleven gamblers, captured at Boyn- $15.75. Only six will be sold at special sale. In the rear of our' store we have piled ,r

r 0 o'clock cruised around the bay returning -:ton Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff i up counters upon which we have placed a lot of useful article with attractive prices

A few other matters of routine business 1 about 6 o'clock In the evening. ,Gore, was arraigned before Judge Hey- 1 for this day. We invite you to came in and see but don't leave your pure at home for

44 were discussed and considered ; Among the guests were the following: ,ser yesterday afternoon and sentencedto our failing is ca-b. Our regular reputation is "THE BEST GOODS CIIEAI'EW.We .

when the meeting adjourned. Mr. W. W. Hall Mr. Eric Hall, Misses pay a fine of $25 and costs, or

Carpenter Bayne Brown Colyer, Austin .serve thirty days: Imprisonment Quite expect this -Rep" to wide With our "Specials"

41 CaptPotter'superintending the completion Singleton, :McGahey. and Norton unusual In such cases the men de -

ft of -the Jetty north of the new Mrs. Barren. Mrs. Taylor.. Mrs. May- manded a Jury trial, and the same being I

ship canal is making rapid headway nard. Mrs. Watson. Misses Watson, granted and a conviction secured:
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and union the unseen occurs will 'Florence PrIce-Wflllams. Mildred Tay; the fines were made correspondingly THE RACKET STORE ILlE. Prp

have completed the work Inside the I,lor, Jo. Clancey, Lottie Maynard. AlIce ((,heavy to offset the time and expense j I

next month or dx: week I lEI1I l i Incurred In their disposition.


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7 fir Keep Coal i; I It will surprise you to see just how little it takes. to make your porch comfortable 'r ..i i"1 1

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

j i furniture. Hammocks. : : : : : Come and be convinced. >

i' A hammock behind a bamboo screen! I.I !

r Fi- Is net that an Inciting combination for Harm weather II FR.A NK T. :BUDGE: tl'


.. uva+ utuditxutruteve. II. M. KING '

Undertaker and! Embalmer I
.xat t an c+ac cxx cx.r. z

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald left 1300 AVENUE D I Burdine & Quarterman 4

..Palm Beach Sunday for Jacksonville, Personal Attention Given to Al Calls.

?'.'. here they will take passage on one of -I I 4i.
the Clyde Line ships for New York.
For Sale-Thirty-acre farm horse, Contractor Backus is building for .
They will be absent for se\"eralweeks.
p y tools, furniture J. O. Wilds Allapat- M rs. Sturgis at the corner of Tenth .
tab Prairie P. O. Address alMmL street and Avenue D, a handsome two
Try the latest thing tn dried flan.Blacayn Will commence Taking. Stock June 1
story residence which will be used as I
cod, at Wilson STytfa US
Military Bounty Land Warrant a boarding house. The structure will ,
Wanted Will pay $5.00 for tellingme contain fourteen rooms and will cost ,
F.. W. Backus has commenced the
1 who has one whether I buy it or $:!,QI\Q. and will be handsome in de
'work of building a moaen-! residence k
not. R. K. Kelley. Kansas City Mo. ; sign.
for Dr. Bister. The structurewill
contains eight rooms and Is being erected and are offering great inducements to their customers in
Mrs. C. R. Campbell, of Fort Pierce,
On June 5th. the regular examinations
at the corner of Ninth and the -
v visiting friends In Miami. Mr.
Boulevard. bell formerly resided here, being engineer Miami! of High teachers School will building be held, at beginning the- the way of price in order to reduce their great stock of

on the F. E. C. Railway, but he \
L Wanted-Japanese! plum or loquat promptly at 8 6"clock a. m. Those
Is now in the canal service at Panama
seed. Wilson t Flye.: 417 taking the examination will be required -
where he went some time since. 9
to furnish to the examiner a written -
As soon as he,gets permanently set-
i Mr. J. A. Crews, the popular traveling t led In his new name he will be joined !! endorsement of good moral char LADIES '
I eater from a responsible and GOODS FUR"
representative of the Florida by Mrs. Campbell. j person ,
v. Times-Union is spending a few days f to pay a fee of one dollar.

In Miami in the Interest of his paper. Wantei-10 men In each State to I NISHINGS
Copp who has been around
While here he is making his head travel, tack sign and distribute sam- ,
1 quarters at the San Carlos HoteL pIes and circulars of oar good. Salary Miami for the past several years, and
worked most of the time bill
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$75.00 pr month. |3.00 per day I
tor collector, sailed Saturday night for .r
tIM Bradley artfflssn$ aft crop for expenses. Kuhlman Co., Dept S,
I. L Lammas, Aaat. Atlas building Chicago Key West on the Martinique and at

which place he will engage passage Be sure do not miss the sale which
I you
vessel for Honduras
on a sailing to
At the recent meeting of the Florida Louis Cole the popular clerk at the
13 Elks Association which was held in BIscayne Hotel left Wednesday nighton seek his fortune. If he don't find It

'r; Ocala Mr. W. M. Brown, of this city a booking tour of The South p!'e- there Copp says he will go on to commences Monday May 29

was-elected a member of the executive lout to going to the Hotel Royal Mus- Panama and help Uncle Sam dig the ,

committee. The next annual coke Muscoka: Lake. Canada.where he canaL .
meeting will be held In Jacksonville will be chief clerk for the summer. MY.

In May. 1906 Cole will return here early in the fall: The coast survey steamer Hydro- Corner Twelfth Street and Avenue C

.and assist Mr. Graham in the preparation grapher. is now en route south taking ,

r Blacayn eoc-the taewsst dsUeaey. of the New Halcyon Hall Hotel I soundings and preparing a complete I.I

i st Wilson 4 TVs USMr for the season's business, and at .'pilot book of the Atlantic coast. The ..
which he will be chief clerk. Hydrographer II.now at Jacksonvilleand

M. R. Kellum Is In receipt of a will work her way south as tars
,; letter from Captains Charles and B. For Sale- Thirty acre farm also a Key West though It will likely be -

:y Ball, who left here two weeks ago lousehould furniture. J. O. Wilds, several weeks yet before she reaches .

for New York aboard the yachts Ed- Allapattah Prairie or P. O. Address Miami on account of the slowness of

3 Tit and Carib. respectively stating Miami 142 the ark! 4

: that they had reacted Charleston, S.

r'pk C. without accident or incident The schooner housboat Rose Marie, I Since the fire department has begun I

which came into port Thursday after .to advance to such a degree of efficiency
t If yon want tsrtfllwn.'eosuatt J. B.LonuasA noon from a tarpon fishing cruise to Chief Hardie has had a "number .I MUSLIN. H'

.3 agent far the old nllabU' the lower coast with Mr. Chas. F. of applications from the most I

a Bradley*! cooc a., er seining and party,of friends aboard prominent merchants In the city to become -

sailed last Friday forte upper coast honorary members of the department .

Mrs. C."W. Gardner and daughter, with Mr. Naethl g. It Is said that The matter was fully discussed

"inns Pearl have returned to Miami there are places above ",ere where at the meeting Tuesday and its I\ UNDERWEAR
from St.- Loots and other points. Miss tarpon can be killed and Mr. rraetninfc probable that they will be taken

Pearl has been absent for two or three7eare will give them a trial for the purposeof In as such people tea I to advance and

perfecting her, musical educa- locating new-grounds lend stability to any Institution.Dr. .
tion. She is receiving a cordial welcome -

from her many friends In the city Mr. W. W. Snell who has been
Ernest Vanlandln am. who recently -
spending several days in this section SALE
graduated with honors at the
Lana dynamite and sopplM far on ,a prospecting trip, left Thursday .
Baltimore Medical College, arrived In
ale by Lnmnms *. Bewail. sv evening for points in north Dade. Mr. :
Miami Sunday night and Is now being .
Snell Informed us that be had secured
greeted by his many friends In this
This morning fourteen cars of granite a position on the FIutl:a East Coast .
city Mrs. Vanlandingham stopped
arrived In this city and Is being extension at Homestead and that the 1S
over In Georgia for a few weeks visit
transferred to thebarges and win betaken object of his trip to Lake Worth
with friends, after which she will Join
over to the training wall tonight section was to gather together I gang .
; This work is rapidly nearing comple- of laborers which he would take to her husband here. Dr. Vanlandingham
has not as yet decided whether he
tion, the, contractors state that they Homestead and over whom hIuld,
will hang out his shingle In Miami,
will finish their part of the work withIn be foreman.
three weeks. but it is very likely that he wIlL WRM.BURDINEi

The houseboat Zeta, hailing from .
ti Bradley tertniien"Tor are the best Sagua le Grande Cuba arrived in poe rtarrived.Mr. G. R. Franz of Jacksonville.

y sate by J. K. Lummus wamLt on. Sunday, having made the trip direst in this city Tuesday and Makes a Summer Offering
from there to this city. Captain will spend a few days here on business. ;

Contractor F.G. Erfert Is rapidly y Denning Is! In command and the owner Mr. Franz is the manager of the .

i: completing the new residence of Mr. J and party Is aboard. The Zeta Is fifteen !Jacksonville office of the Diebold Safe I I It 4
T. J. Pitchford. which is located on foot beam and not over fifty feed II and Lock Company. He is a son of I.

Eighth street between Avenues B an In length, drawing about tnree reel o. Mr. John F. Franz who represents We have just received from a noted manufacturer a sup-
X The residence will cost when completed water. This Is considered I this safe concern in the States of
JSE to be a
re erb line of muslin underwear which will be sale
who put
and Florida
$3,000. It will have fifteen markable run for such a small craft, and Is well
'- rooms with bath and all conveniences. as she took great chances in crossingthe 'I known in Miami, having visited this next Monday morning. These good are exquisitely .

Mr. Pitchford will occupy the buildingwhen striate of Florida Sagua le' Grande city regularly for several years past, made of the best material, making the daintiest gar- "
.: completed. Is on the Southern coast of Cuba. i and who has probably sold ninety percent .
of the safes now used here. ments ever displayed in this city. Each piece is marks -

Writing tablets and stationery for Certain residents of Fourteenth St. ry ed in plain figures at a low price. To introduce this r

sale at J. B. Scrcven's drug store. have every reason to believe that thereIs As evidence that there is money In II 5s line, which we expect to make a specialty of, we will :fl

p or has been a "Peeping Tom" I growing beans in this section of Dade make a cut of one-eighth" of the price during the week
; Work was commenced this morningon around their neighborhood, and :county, the fact is recited that Mr. T. .
'" the new In-take reservoir which t Is him to come again It theydare l ;J. Pitchford of Allapattah, netted all beginning Monday, May 29th. Remember these are no _

to lie locfated at the golf grounds near that a limb of a tree In the rear appears of a .the way through the past season the old soiled stock, but new and rap-to-the-minute. We .. '

the wells. The reservoir wm be fift> certain premise has been broken off, sum of $3.01 per crate, upon 2,000 .51 will allow 25 per cent. off of the old stock now on hand.
feet in length on the Inside and built of
crates this vegetable, or the sum off
apparently under the weight of someperson *
of concrete the water will flow from as the bark shows evidence $6.020.00.:! Mr. Pitchforn has been .35 \
the wells into this reservoir and will planting beans for the past ten }
baYing been
scraped by shoes, which i
t be carried by gravity through a twen also supports the fact that the limb but never before! has he realized such ....--'. .
1 s, ty-seven inch pipe to the pumping eta an for his This -
tion. was broken by a weight and if by a average price productIn is a rare opportunity

weight it was by a person seeking

Money to loan on Improved Its use in the night Thus there Is the Tallahassee correspondenceof Ii I to fit up your Wardrobe For the Summer. .
property the Times-Union is ,
formed the conclusion that a 'Pee found this reference ;
G. S. Amsden, Cocoanut' Grove ore M.D. ing Tom" has been at work. ''Thereare to Judge White, rather of our Ii Sia:
Price Miami. ,
a number of shot guns In that townsman, Mr. E. L. White: "Judge Ii ',R

neighborhood and it .Is said that they P. ,v. White, of Quincy and the east ."....
J. Sakai. the Japanese gentleman are everyone being kept loaded for a coastcame In yesterday and'came running 51s ,
V- 'who established the- colony Japanese return of the intrduer. up the steps of the Leon in a -
citizens at Boca Raton*. on the lover r -T manner that made his eighty-five years s ? .

east coast of Florida,arrived in Jack Contractor Baker has begun the ,seem an utter impossibility. The judge

aonville yesterday and to a guest at work of laying the 27-inch conveyor Is not only the best preserved man of W. M. {

the Acme Hotel Mr. Sakai says the water pipe from the city wells Into the I his age in the State, and a standing BURDINE

colony is getting along well, and its pumping station. The work will takelleTE'raI testimonial to the virtues of the Florida

ar.a members are all satisfied that they wil weeks on account of the size climate but probably the best- .

make a success! In Florida.-TimesUnion. -i of the pipe and.the depth of the excavation I posted man on lands In the entire

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Now/ at the State CapitalTallahassee


May :! I II .

_ Tbis has ben a Fort of a I
Folk week' lu Tallahassee and ''I

There was barely a quorum -of the the charter by Friday night and he hu been thick with" \.('!! Collector of Customs J. F. Wood- If reports are correct there will be

city council preatitt tne regular would leave for the capital city tonight resolutions, and scandals past I worth representing the United States quite a shake-up In Florlla: journalism

bodv and to come. First of all, within the
of that next few
semi-monthly meeting days. and la
There being further business the government I III more than anxiousto
.4 Thursday but those that were proved : shocking and scandalous I which the Florida Sun. of Jacksonville
council adjourned. apprehend the small auxiliary
I the State Hospital for the and the Record of )Miami wll be
of the
fortunate In conducting one Chattahoochee. made by the sloop yacht Jeannette and those car concerned. In fact it Is stated that La-

most intere.'h: and important meetIngs 1, WILL BUILD TWO HOTELS. vestigating committee. This i tain parties who have made way with Salle t Stoneman. at present ownersof

In the history of the body. Those has been accepted by both her without license and without hat the Miami Record. will become
To. Invest .at .
present were Messrs. Lcmmus. Whart I Dr. Munyon Palm Beach.Heavily and has been printed. It ing paid a fine imposed upon the boat owners and editors of the Florida

ton. Wilson and Setzer. President condition of affairs at this + by the custom house authorities for Sun. On this matter the Jacksonville -
I Dr. Munyon of Philadelphia is In that fully justifies Mr. Harris' the violation of certain marine rules Metropolis of Monday
i says:
t In the hall but as he Is acting
Halm was
Jacksonville today and was easily rec- mentary In the Senate on and laws. The story Is an Interesting I F. B. Stoneman. of Miami Is In the
of tno
mayor dune the absence I ognized by hundreds of people 1II"bIle. adoption. "Hell Itself would one and is best told by Mr., Wood- :city In consultation. with J. N. Co "

regular chief executive In Cuba he this To : such reports. worth last Tuesday. follows: ,
he was down town noon. see Stockton and others with a view to

1: could not- take a hard m me proceedings Dr. Mnnyon in Florida at this time It is not enough that this "The Jeannette had a yachting license I securing the Florida Dally Sun. edited r

of the year might mean, business o? should be made the dumping which meant that she could be 'by Claude L'Engle. who this
unanimously chosen I
Mr. Lummus was Importance and when approached by a for the Indigent sickIt .. used for pleasure purposes only and tendered his resignation
president tern and after the .as editor
j pro Jacksonville Sun representative. Dr. enough that the buildings should not 'for the purpose of carrying paid vice-president and director
of the
of opening had been finished Sun
Pi routine Mnnyon said: the attention called
adequate asylum passengers. My was Publishing
Company to take
effect Im
to business. The
the body got "Tea. lye come South on a business the attendants debauched and : to the fact that Messrs. Hood and I mediately. Editor
the Reese also
for ronsUeratlon was I re-
tnt matter trip and am going direct to West Palm en. Worse things even than Isaacs purported to be the owners of signed.Mr. n
t relative to the validity
commnnlcat'oa: Beach and Palm Beach to look after. hinted at in this sensational the yacht were violating their yacht I L'Engle Informed .
and the the
bond Issue, eU3s Metropolis
the city '
# my property Interests there. hint of helpless patients license by carrying passengers. I Investigated reporter that Mr.
told In another : Sutherland who-
result of which are
"Do you contemplate any Improvements death by brutal attendants and the matter found It to be owned the
the Metropolis. paper notified him the paper
column of "
K this summer? morality too scandalous for true and warned them of the liability -I '
A bin was presented by W. H. Johnson I would be sold today to J. N. C. L- '
"I do, replied Dr. Munyon. "the ob-
to which they were subjecting
refunding of a portion of I Stockton.
I for the i ject of my visit Is to defintely decide tion.One of the worst features of themselves. A few weeks ago the What
the double taxes paid the city uponproperty Stockton Said'
5 The I upon the erection of two hotelL"The uation at Cbattahoochee Is the Jeannette was advertised to carry an Mr. Stockton
to $3J45. when asked
amounting two"aeasonl by a Metropolis
of travel In
I past and the charges excursion to the wrecked Spanish
ed grafting .
the city attorney reporter if he had
bffl was approved by I bought the
t Florida have been so.remarkable and the door of Chas. H. steamer UclL' I again warned Mr. Sun replied:
and ordered paid. the need of extra accommodations at
rate secretary to Governor Hood and Mr. Isaacs not to take the Y
t Following this came a petition from "I am not a fit subject for Chat-
Palm Beach and West Palm Beach has
and residents of and holding the same position boat away from the dock for the purpose tahoochee. I have
!:j the property owners been so pronounced u to cause Dr. retired to privatelife
that the street the present administration. of running an excursion. They and
requesting am now In
18th street engaged business.
Munyon to seriously contemplate the .
D to Brickefl avenue charged that Mr. Dickinson, refused to heed me and went out. car Mr.
from Avenue Stoneman Talks.
center erection of two hotels on the two finest
condition It.. the purchasing agent for the rying eighty-two passengers so I am
be Jn passable Regarding the
put hotel sites now remaning at these proposed deal. F. B. -
out that the petitionerswere became a partner in a told.
Stoneman who
pointed was
was two winter resorts. seen by a Metropolis
not seeking to have the street drug firm "for revenue only; "Immediately thereafter I wrote the reporter this afternoon
The magnificent large plaza whichDr. ,
r' but simply wanted tee crowns that all or part of the custom house In Key West Inclosing that nothing definite
paved had been
Munyon owns at West Palm Beach done''
F the prSru-ling rocks and at Chattahoochee were facts and evidence against the In
knocked off the premises
Is to have built upon it a brick and and that the deal was '
L !low'places leveled up. The street stone structure which will accommodate through this concern yielding boat and several days ago I received not fully consummated. He declared

overseer was ordered to do the wort several hundred. The property sajd a profit of from 15.to !. an order revoking the yachting license that In his opinion nothing further rhgarding

Mr. Dickinson's side of granted the Jeannette and assessing
as requested.It Is admirably located sad extends back the deal would be made until

was reported that the overseer to beautiful Lake Worth. story is yet to be heard.but his a fine of $230 against her tomorrow. It Is known that Mr. Stoat t$

in the hole in front that he will be "The fine has not been paid aad the
Is gradually fining On the east side of the lake Dr. seem confident man has visited the city recently la
of the Cheatham residence on Twentieth clear himself.In owners of the boat had been warned connection
Mnnyon owns a valuable strip of land with the matter. aa a

street ,; lying between the famous Bradley the meantime, this entire not to take It away from the dock. change has beea discussed by Interested .

l Mr. Whartoa. of the sanitary committee Brothers Beach Club aad the Hotel business Is likely to pass Yesterday Mr. Hood applied to me for parties for three weeks past

reported that he had examined Legislature to the courts. In th a cruising license but I refused to
Palm Beaetura which site he will probably J. M. Barre who>> was with Mr. c
IVI the city dump ground with a view oft ate last Friday General grant It. Later in the day I learnedthat
hare erected a hotel of large capacity. Stonemaa. says that .. la not la the

having pits dart for the dumping The structure Is to be frame troduced a live wire of a scheme was on foot to runaway deal whatever, and could give no infermatioa -,

of trash aai refuse and Us baring and win be modern and complete la asking that Judge Malone. of with the Jeannette sad later la the regarding the matter.

thereafter ss .rscommeadtd by Dr. the attention to evening I was informed that Mr. Rood
all details and Is to be ready.for the tuft draw The Sun was 1tartecI.,, a weekly

Jackaoa. ageat cf the State Board of, next winter --: grand Juries of Leon and had.gone out with the boat and was by Claude L'Engle who at first

p. Beatta, wad that' tho.pits could not be Dr. Munyon said carrying out the counties to the report and then anchored la Bear's Cut. awaiting the name Labor Journal but the laboring used

dog except at great expense. He also plans aU depended upon certain conditions submitted by the committee. A daylight this morning I Immediately organizations objected
sad the
aid that the ground had been put In a which have to be met. both at resolution was Introduced In the secured a launch and brought present name wal taken.
condition and thai Mr. IXagle's ,
thoroughly sanitary Palm Beach and at West Palm Beach. and Mr. Nobles the famous the Jeannette back to the city, or at embltioe.
latent to keep was to be a newspaperman
tt was the purpose and Ton hare a brisk city here" said 'tate.mu. has also put In ) least the mouth of the river where mad be succeeded la tatereatiac

4 tt so. I Dr. Mnnyoa In referring to Jacksonville she grounded on the sandbank thert. several
gentlemen who aided
him ftaancUny
read from the
A communication: .III was "and I think this climate is magnificent DELRAY DOTS. tWeDt"I; To incapacitate her I ,removed some
Fire Engine Co.: to start a dally ...per.J
Amertcaa-LaFranee In fact I would much prefer bolta and nuts of the machinery although '
relative to the ; Mr. USalle IntervleweeV
seeking information to live In Florida the entire year. Mr. Hood promised me that he
i Thousand Cans Mr. LaSaUe. who Is
far the sew chemical fire Sixty-Seven associated with
; payment Is fine and remindsme J JJlr.
Today especially would make no further effort to remove
instructed to i New Stonemaa In the Vtaml Record
engine. The clerk was of the sold-winter days at Palm by Factory. the craft -
the stating the conditioa -I ; was seen this morning and asked
4 write company
; i Beach "I believed him trnthfuLand you can
'of the bond issue and promising about the Jacksonville es.!. He replied .
Delray. May Imagine my surprise when I was In- '
+', that the city would settle the Indebtedness that It".. correct that Ur.
I LIGHTNING STRUCK CIRCUS. The first fires were started I formed that he had put the machineryback Stoneman .
just as soon u possible. and himself had practically: ji
p Fire' Chief Bardie ,addressed the I the boilers of the canning together and left port at three effected the purchase of the Florida
One Killed. and Four Injured. Narrow o'clock thlr>morning, t nave wired
council relative to providing a puce Escape of Miamlan. Wednesday morning for the SlID and that they would probably '
I the authorities at both Key West and
for Installing the'chemical engine and of filling the water tank and own and operate It In the future. y

,, horses., and for the purchase of harness News has been received at the office Jacksonville of the disappearance of "What will yon do with the Record
I holds 14,000 gallons It took the boat and It Is that
"t and hangers for the horses and of the Titusvllle Advocate that there probable a revenue wu asked. .

driver and I big in the side show of six hours to complete the job. cutter win be dispatched to apprehend
for the employing of a paid was a scare I "We will run It right along the same

caretaker of the station. He explain Wallace circus,'last Friday at Marietta Miss Belle Fenno gave a and take her Into port" as in the past I will probably.. at

k' ed the situation thoroughly and the O. Mr.Wm.H.McFarland. of Titus- party Wednesday evening. May I Quite a heavy penalty Is attachedto main here and conduct its publication fran

a benefits to be derived In the line of'. aisle, is manager of the side shows to the young people of town. such offenses as this and the collector the reply.Relative .

fire protection, providing this engine and his wife Is the palmist The report was served*and bathing was I like many others are at a loss to the policy of the Florida

Is* made effective and said that the says that lightning struck the cen- by moonlight. All report to understand the conduct of Mr.HooJ. Sun. Mr. LaSalltfsafj:

present quarters could: be made sere ter pole of the side' show tent accompanying delightful time. i Mr. leases, the other owner of the "Should we acquire the Jacksonville -

table by cutting a hole-In the rear Wallace's circus. while fully The first car of cans for the I boat was not aboard but It is said :.' paper and I have no doubt but

wall, building a shed extension and a hundred people were crowded within was received WednesdaY. that he left on Monday night goIng what we will. it will be run as a peo,

putting the truck In ltwnne the chemIcal the canvass. As a result one person 67000. The cans are the north. Mr. Woodruff is of the
pie's paper and on a large and liberal
engine and horses could be put In was killed outright and four kind requiring ne heat or opinion that )Ir. Hood Intends going basis, much the same ss we have conducted ,

{ front the butMlngjor the part now.occupied others very seriously. though none seal them. There are two northward as he Is known to have secured the Record, but as I have not ,,

by the trucksuggestions probably fatally injured, while the on the way one containing 95.8 : charts of the north Florida and heard from Mr. Stonemaa today relative t

,The of the fire chief crowd within the side show was ular size the other 45,000 Atlantic coasts, while others say that to what was done yesterday. Ibid

'met with ,the approval of the council thrown Into a panic. cans. The cans are oladed he had stated he was going to Venezuela rather not discuss the deal further,

and the sum of $150 was appropriated The thunderbolt occurred during the The Palm Beach News was to develop mining property in until I know that It has been consummated

for the building of the shed while the third performance of the side show sented at Delray's big time which he Is interested So far as the and all hitches overcome.-

present appropriation of $50.00 per about 3 o'clock. Wm. J. Tehius was Goo S. Rowley who spent offense goes it does not matter which
The Florida Sun. of yesterday, and
month to the department was Increased leaning against the center pole. Suddenly Saturday and left for home via direction the boat was headed as It which arrived today showed that

to $125 per'month. with the understanding there was a crash and everyone Sunday a. m. and those aboard her are now classed y'
of Claude
that a reguiv driver is to be within the teat felt a distinct the "outlaws," and name L'Engle. as editor
Invitation of by government as
k Saturday by and J. H. Reese, as city editor have
employed, the horses fed and the ordi shock. Tellius fell dead instantly. The when apprehended It Is more than t
gun, a number of our been taken down from the paperthus
f 11&I'1maln ce of the apparatus center pole was splintered and the at the canning factory and I probable that the yacht will be confiscated
this amOUnt. tent rent and partly collapsed. proving severance of their connection
had from was ; and those on board of her heavily ,
first tomatoes canned. Every
4 Power was also given 'the fire and Miss Myrtle Gossett also fell to the I with the Sun though the Peeper
fined or Imprlsoned'5Messrs.
wished filled their own cans
makes no mention of the fact
a water committee to, purchase a set of ground and was unconscious for several IssacsT i
Hood t the men
how It was done and after
r harness and hangers for the horses minutes. Her condition Is serious editorially or otherwise.The .
cooked took them home as charged with the offense, have resided
Just u soon as the chief can select although she will recover. news of the deal created jio little -
here some two years or more. They
In all there were twelve
,., !and decide upon the, equlppage best Oscar Miller s at the hospital, it Is were contractors under the firm name stir In Miami today and many j

to. be purchased. believed he will recover. up.J. thought and still believe that it
of the Knoxville, Construction Co.
Hlmebanch and
w A motion prevailed that the telephone I The arm of James Lacy Is absolutely T. means the suspension of the Record
built the court house here, after which
company be' requested to remove -I paralyzed _and It Is thought he will reached Delray Sunday even though Mr. LaSalle declares: thatIt
they secured the contract for erecting
,at once all poles, cross arm., never recover the use of the member. .Eckels is a stockholder In will continue to run and be stronger '
I the walls of the new Halcyon Hall
te, .wires loose rock and any debris Mrs. )McFarland the palmist showsno stone plantation than ever .

whatsoever left on the streets after evidence of Injury although she i W. F. Jackson N. V Wobb I Hotel. '
f. Differences arose over the contractnot OLD CONFEDERATE DEAD.
+ its workmen had finished in a certain gave expression to terrifying cries at ,B. Webb of Little River came 5

Fsf* place., The motion also provided that ter the stroke, and was thought fora [the train Sunday morning and being properly executed and the

the day In to1l"JL.Invlt.UoDII question was submitted to arbitration I Was One of Morgan's Riders Well
the company must repair the street time to be terrl Injured. She sustained
are out for a I the decision being against the con Known Over the soutn, %,
wherever it has been
t+x curbing damaged a severe shock and was partially

by the blowing of dynamite etc. unconscious for a time but Is now I ering at the home of Mr. I !tractors. Since then they have con-

mKf. A similar resolution directed to the practically recovered. S. Bard. Tuesday evening May 'tinue to erect the walls of the building Lexington Ky.. May z:. nev.Ben.

chief engineer of,the F: E. C. WaterWorks The wildest pandemonium reigned The pineapple'season will under the supervision of Mr. Graham Blggstaff. former chaplain the Con-:

system sought to have the in the tent for a few minutes after soon. But we want some rain the proprietor. The work is now :federate home at Peewee Valley. _Ky e

streets"where excavations, etc., have the thunderbolt felL Women screamed The bulk of the'tomatoes practically done, and their friends' died here today aged sivty-flve. Bin

been made put, in thorough condition.A and went Into hysterics.Mr. vested only a few can not understand that little escapade staff was with John Morgan the fam

warrant for $100 to oefray the expenses Wm. M. Brown of Tltusville. coming to the packing houses which is so likely to mix themup Otis ,Confederate cavalry leader In all

of City Attorney Atkinson to president of the Fort Dallas National Mr. B. K. Michael very seriously with Uncle Sam. of his campaigns. After the war he

Tallahassee with the proposed new Bank Miami was a spectator at the seed house of J. Bolglano .t became a preacher and resigned the,

fit charter aad while there la the interest time, but he was uninjured although Baltimore spent a couple of The RlngUng Brothers, circus proprietors chaplaincy of the Confederate horn* t

xay cl the same was drawn. Mr. Atkinson only about fifteen feet from Mrs. Mc town this week, taking orders may never know what chances and returned to his mountain home to .

who was present said that he would Farland at the time when the lightning delivery and met with very they took In parading bears In front preach. He was weU known all oversae

,, have an clJle'; -carrectlosJ made la played such havoc. cess. Thursday, called on of the White House"la open cages. South.CITY .



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,k geprofe5Sl01Js SAYS A HIGH' LEGAL AUTHORITY 40 acres pine UNIMPROVED.and hammock on 10 serer. S year GROVES old trees, 1,000 a a'

OF THE THRIVING LITTLE Miami River ........ ....$3, 0000 *" .. S0 bearing ........15.000.

1 CITY CELEBRATED IN GOOD : 10 acre. Und ......... ......."!***" acre. year old trea. lIou. J
350 trees bearing ...... .
{ .sc rroviaATTORNEYS STYLE. MIAMI'S ORCHESTRA i 3 acres land ........ ........$40000
AT LAW. And Therefore Bonds Are Void-An Ordinance Prescribing For i iI 22 acres' 2G-Ae..Z..a..I'1I1'OY ......"..000.
pine and
FURNISHES MUSIC.Dvlray. prairie on 6-room house 5 acre Und 300

' "'ir eraotloeln all lonrti,9UW and Falenl I Bonding Should Have Been.Passed By Council I railroad ......... ... ......aoo.oo bananas 200 orange trtu.ZS00.M
tHef.tl.etnu.ator.aaminlaand perfecttofMlanl. I
Loan "ruesro.noal,7.
Fla. tonal Bank uf )taml. who was the I S IMPROVED FARMS

I highest and b.st balder. fur the I :0 acres, 4-room house servant! house 400
T. SKAGGS. JL D. hUu"j May 21. Friday evening i trees, 150 bearing on rock

P. INSTEAD OF !I of tS2.0': :: uf city builds rue r I May 19. 19O5.! : li a day that nil belong road, on time..................... .. ........ ;..... ......11_..
m onlee with *ad Cross Pbarma'iy.Btaldraee from all liability as such bidder and I 8 acres of pine and hammock, set In trees, pineapples, etc fine
14th Strret I that all p C.-djn1I in relation to the rcnii-mbertj ty the people| l of land on time

MIAMI.corner A... C FLORIDA.( i BY RESOLUTION issue of.ai.l honds be dispensed/ with. ,I IJtolra). 35 acres, 10 under.cultivation.200 bearing trees 7-room house,100.0O..

( and that no fun her award be made in !' On this day the splendid! new can on rock road near R. R.

JJR. J. M. JACKSON, TB-, the premises." ning factory of the Planters' Packingand : SO acres land pine and prairie, water front, 1,500 trees small

,to, OFFICE: Thus for the present here ends by |i Presorting Company which has I house, bargain ..................... ...... ...-...;.......2JWXlOII
a culmination of blunders and errors, <
a matter of vital importance to the |
L. MIAMI. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. CONCURSIN grn.tb, elopment and Improvementof opened for busineso. The decora'ions IFJR.E: : : :I3XT.SuttAJKTOJS:: ,

THE OPINION AND DECLARED the city of '.MfamL throughout lie building were
B.E.C HUER, Only the best companies reprvdtntH. Here are of
DL THE ISSUE VACATED.If very tasty and elaborate. and speak/ I some them.

DENTIST. highly of the ablllt, 'of the committee Liverpool I-ondon A Glob Insurance Co. of North America. Fir*(DM

OHIO MONUMENTWAS having that part of the program Fund Orient. Xew York Underwriter, (Uartford) Hanover German AlfanoeJos.
Office! U Sewell Building oa Twelfth I

I fetrert.MIAMI. "*. FLOIBDA. DEDICATED in charge.As announced. by the invitationsthe i :noRzv;, .
the opinion of Hon. George M.Rob-
fore part of the evenng was devoted j
U. i'. ATKINSON, bins of Titusville. one of the best municipal to refreshments, spoaklng. in Rea1EB eAgenoy ;

r ATTORNEY AT LAW.i lawyers In Jhe State Is correct. i specting the immense plant handshaking I

i F Ip.cti ci""D of ennllaoctq' Miami's proposed bond Issue In the.' Vlcksburg. Miss. May 2:!!. Forty and congratulations by the large 2II 2-

trotary Jt..mloalJua Public In O are.rJ TIU". .. sum of $33,000 Is void, and another monuments which hare been erectedby crowd of friends who had come to I JI

Ulflcc ia ....eU Building.m election must be canes and held In the State of Ohio to the soldiers I rejoice with the people of Delray In

MIAMI. FLORIDA accordance with the law, as construed : who fell in the selge of Vlcksbnrg. |:i the successful completion of their great I 1W.JA1WJ:
2. by him. to make the issue of bond : :
m W. GRAKLHTQ, were dedicated at the national military undertaking. j .

DB legal and acceptable to bidders. park today. Gor. Herrick with his I M At ten oclock the.steam was turnedon I

; PHTSICIA LED SCMIOV. This was the sensation sprung on staff and party of veterans and the and the machinery sea In motion II I
the council at its regular meeting last
First Ohio regiment were cordially without hitch.
Orrica IX Uuxi TcuraoNB B'LDO a General Manager H.
: A Thursday, when W. M. Brown president -' received. E. Morgan demonstrated ana explained Is rapidly! going to the front as the leading -

Boors from a. m.to 4 p. m. of the Fort Dallas National Bank Governors Herrick and Vardeman
methods used In the handling city in South Florida. Everybody
r Yom F. which was the successful bidder for ,
reviewed the procession of the Ohio of the pineapple from Us arrival from
the bonds addressed the following going to Miami. Now is the time to
LE.SPIEENLOBDentist and Mississippi national guards. The the field until It was ready for the

.GU letter to the council: visiting Ohioans will be given a grand market. His remarks were closely secure a choice location either for busi- a

m oma HOCMrOmCZ To the Honorable City Council: barbecue tonight! followed by a large ana interested au ness or residence i Choice locations in
q eiA.Lteede: r.1L Gentlemen We hare had an opinion
t.Frla.sf..U4t..I1'* Utt 8CUSXDJUiCC dience. the
,Roc"'._BoaUTUd furnished us as to the val141t,..or city for sale by : : : : : : : '
Among other who addressed the 1f
1i7: MIAMI.WLOBWA. the recent Issue of bonds, which opts FRED STERRY'S
fathering were: J. B. Rice. the
Ion herewith hand la the NEW POSITION. president
we you:
fl.MARTHr8lC.D, Judgment of our attorney, Mr. Geo. M. of the company; J. 8. Sundy.flrst FORT DALLAS LAND CO.

: Bobbins the bonds are Told and the rice-president; E.O.Palnterof DeLand, } :}

.ran Omen If.. Dap..ar A...c Issue an Illegal oDe". The following from a recent Issue one of the directors; W M. Brown, tvrirvyrrrrirrrinnfriiYri'irvvrTTOUououu'
Mean,.10. a. of the New York Herald la of much
p. o;the Fort Dallas National Bank of
It is needless to say that if the opinion
llvtxa Virr Hum Interest here and especially-to those h.
cab of our attorney Is sustained or Miami; Geo. L. Brannlng, of the Dade Call on or -

., counsel for your board agrees that the Palm Beachers and others who know County State Bank West Palm Beach :rcaN"B: : p 'T. T.:B. ZNCE "' -A C

JOB nXDXBICX, position taken by Mr. Bobbins Is correct Mr. Fred Sterry. the popular managerof and T. M. McRae of Delray. wA'KltiF2? Vice-Prea,Fort Dallas

CIVIL ENGINEER we would not feel warranted in the Hotel Royal PoInciana and TheBreakera After the speeches the Biscayne Orchestra Dallas .. Miami. Fla. Land Co, St. Augustine.Flafffftw ;

? AND SURVEYOR. carrying out our contract with the cityto : of )Miami opened the ball witha

KotnyrmbtM tar Btttt at Law. raAttutloa take the bonds. "At a cost: of more than 12.000.000 grand march led by Mr. H. E. Morgan r
tlvn 10.,.I-Mv/di4 Urn rnei.
the Plaza Hotel, at
T. Fifty-eighth street
OAe ever,ee1.,.a. Respectfully. and Mrs. L H. Burton which was

MTAllL, FLORIDA. Fort Dallas National' Bank. and Fifth avenue will be rebuilt. this followed by waltzes
H. UCHKOSlr W. M. Brown, President. summer and transformed from a quiet steps etc, until It wu time for the
r. S family hotel of the old .n. :
to thor
style a
I Accompanying the letter was the train going south on which a large f

.REAL ESTATE. written opinion of Mr. Bobbins on the oughly up to date hostelry. number Including the orchestra, left m ,
"Contracts have been
tourr Pinning CHANT I.AIID CoiiwunKOTAKT Issue. It was an exhaustive but very signed by for their homes.
which Fred Sterry,. one of the best
i nrBLtoBTAXI complete and convincing document To much credit can not be given &itfrf&Z43EL. I4L
AT LAMIrOTXjEB. : known hotel men of America, will
and recited various sections of law Mr. W. W. Blackmer t>y the growers R
FLOBIDA.H.P.BRAANING take charge of the remoddellng and
and cases wherein the Issue of bonds of this section for the honor and benefit -
:.. their validity etc. had been raised la the management be a new structure.It of what. will practically he has conferred on Delray b> .g #_ J G :!

ADaisty r c.eIIrI'rIII this State;and called attention to the causing to be erected one of the largest OS
Is the Intention the
fact that the law prescribes mat tft* of New York and best equipped the

4), t ADIIIIII.let.WI c..tr 51111 lilt ...: the Issuing general of bonds statutes for of any the State city under must Realty Plaza property Corporation, and owners Mr. Sterry of the to United States to' make.and it It Is lasting now plants np tn to the j % u Z&D v4ia' Io I-

growers a success.
West Palm Beach :: Florida make the hotel one that will compete
be done under ordinance and not by L.L
with any of the recently built hotels They furnish the fruit and the factory j4i ; ;
resolution the 6 -
as was case with these i ( x
'JAKD s wmos, bonds. for the best class of trade. Features will do the rest % e.v :.
It Is estimated that there
that have made certain were over
,t ATTORNEY AND The oplon dwells at length the European hotels
on six hundred people present from Jacksonville ,4- ; D:
COUNSELOR AT LAW. legal points Involved la the bond can. famous will be utilized and the J _< L ; i:
architect has West Palm Bes.cn. DanUJ\
practically been given
OoBBcreial a4 ..as B ute Law. Afrat foeS and calls especial attention to the Lauderdale. Pmpano and Miami, and !
PkUlttr and Derostt Co.*BtUtear,MA.Ome words "regular voters" which it says carte blanche. 4r 4nc4 :: ; S g .r
from the remarks heard there Is
nWATmr BUKZ. Lock Box aMIAMI. "Mr. Sterry, under whose management not t
are Improper though this, with several -
v .- FLORIDA.c a chain of hotels Including the the slightest doubt that.they enjoyed
other points are small technicalities Royal Polnclana at Palm Beach and themselves. "#ZI MITCHELL D. PRICE that would be overlooked by the pop- Lt-.7 !
the Homestead at the
Virginia Hot
chasers of the bonds, had the can been a
has Senator Hudson wants to enlarge
prospered, will
Attorney at'Law .aw Solicitorin ,la the proper form and according U. carryout
his own Ideas to the furnishing the powers of the Railroad Commission.
Chancery. i law otherwise. These conditions lathe as Drake Produce Co.. Miami. Jaudon Bros.., Miami. .
and equipment of the hoteL Great goodness! We thought
; Mr.
Brown A Moodr, Perrine. Tweedell
opinion of Mr. Bobbins make the Bros., Cutler.
Ones: Earekealpd I. MUM. ru Issue Sterry said yesterday that $500,000 their heads were big enough already. A. J. Husker, Little River. '
proposed of Miami city bonds lathe L. H. O. Sjostrnm. llallandale.Stranahan .
will be expended In furniture alone.ooHent'J' R. B. McDonald & Co., Fulford .
W. C. MAYNARD, sum of $33,000 rold. J. Hardenburg. who designed T. M. Richards, Boca Ratone. & Co.. Ft. Landerdale.
City Attorney Atkinson who was LOW RATES via M. G. Ljman. Lantana. Boynton 4 Park r. Boynton.
the Waldorf-Astoria win be
Present. stated that he had thought all I
along that If an objection was raised .I the architect. The alterations in the Louisville & Nashville R. R. LOOK FOB THE LABEL

;. present building will alter .a,
to the legality of the bonds that It completely Th foltowUv few im .d trip ratM fromi
the street door, so that a magnificent JickiaU to.*....pol.'. North a.d West
would be on the mode and manner la wilt be !. *8.rt m 4tf ......... Proporttioutclj -
..IEWELEIi'OD '-OPT ClU. which the election wu caned 'and 'corridor or promenade opening upon low rateD from Mbvi poiitv
the office the
i dining rooms, the cafe
Perfect fitting, easy wearing classesan held. He also said that In his mind Bau nfc4S. acco.t Ualwd CeafMerat ,
a great comfort. With our extensive the opinion of Mr. Rotmras would i and lounging rooms will be provided. Vetarma K"" .1..,J..*U to 13,I.C1IU, flaal

apparatus. and large experience I stand and that It wows tie useless "There will be an open garden similar limit J.t ly 10.OBTLAXO, OKKOOK
,i+ there U DO work. Price to that of the
Knew Hotel Ritz Paris,
for another attempt to float the bonds Rat tUJS. .t Louis *Clam Crauaai- REAL
sonable. We repair Watches, Clocks.Jewerly and other dining rooms will be fashioned eel E..l oe. TttkM sold. canal dates
and Spectacles. A portion of I under the said Isue. The opinion of ;' Mar Bird to Srpt.V.bat rat.... li.it*day*
!' year trade wed for. Located on Ay.ooe Mr. Atkinson like that of Mr. Robbins after famous rooms-or other European aka headed aria LA>f l**. CaL
D between Uth and iSth 8U.. hotels. To make the changes a.te_'". tick*. old. cartels datn. April Offices up stairs Cor.Ate.C and 11 th 8t.C .
was unbiased u he was see; city attor MMk !. A.,.. Htki.c.. hat Mara Unit"
1 W. C. MAYNARD, ney at the time of the action of the ,i partitions will be torn out, and only d7 from date of aalc mot to eictcd Nor 30th.OKJTVTX. Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
-a .Jeweler..*. ar..aaw.OptietaaPATENTS I the outer walls of the present hotel COLORADO .
council in calling the election by resolution flat Ik5. accovat Interaauoaal EpwortkLrara *
will remain. Co...eiJtio.. Tickets aold. J... 2t to tr
Instead of by ordlnance.and was Imlj tick.t.y anal retire limit Aac.MkBUTF
"It will be the entree of LANDS OF
Mr. Sterryto AGENT OR
therefore not responsible for the said ALO. V. T. ?
the hotel life of New York City. Rate J2.KO, accoaat aaaaal amtlar Grand
mistake. T Lodge B. P- O. E. Tkketa sold! Jaljr mk to la,i i Florida East Coast Railway Co. +
Born la Albany and having cateredto I.re.al return limit July ZStk. I ,
Concurring in the opinion of Mr.Bob-
TOBOJITO. CAHADA 1 1KaW Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
New York residents for at I
.... years
t e" a-. nc IInvlt"CD. bins and Mr. Atkinson the council decided 135.3) accoaat latrraalxMal r"k:
? r! M1fWe'taRrOOa.u.-'MIU.... Lakewood and Palm Beach. Mr. Ster ,l araOoaTrati.... Ticket. sold. Joe 1-Hh to Boston and Florida.Atlantic Coast Land Co
,...-n.---- to drop the present Issue of tlrd i>c.. Sol nlar limit August ZSth.BASHVTLL I
.vas roc r; srs ees.rw so.r.besr.war..og.ar eat bonds which was done in the following ry has had several proposals to take ,TX1OI.
wr -N.Led ekwa.b.a ...Yell.n.areeia.s. resolution charge of hotels In this city. He is Rate $10.25, accoaat Peabody Coll..>S.m.mtt .
.. School; Vaadcrbill Bablkal Imlitau. [
aeon ..4 e. vn.onis taowaNaa.pen.w wl .i7 ..-.. "It appearing that a communication said to have declined one hotel which TICket. sold certaia dal... J... IUMIr4tk. ,
OP...OH*u. a Pet**Office; has been built at great cost but has ..ul limit SrpwmbrrJOth.
WASHIHOTOH. O.O. has been received from Mr. W. U.Brown BUfoivn.Lr.my.. /Now is the Time 1
not yet been opened ana to nave refused Rata $1*" 5. acnwat Sammvr Sckool of Eke
president of the Fort Dallas Smith. Tk-krU old crrtaia da_ Jose Inch
National Bank, to the effect that he another which is open but is to July IStk lac.Seal re...*limit Srpt.JOth.BBI3TOL. .
DSWIFMCOUCH not overwhelmed with T1KX.Ratra .
had caused the question of the legal 914J45, account aaaaal meeting C r-
"'i expect to have in the new Plazaa 'I maa Baptist Rrvthera. ticket Bold May :ftk to To Plant Trees,
try of the authorized Issue of 133,000 II."I..,..flaal...1."limit June:\*". Orange
nty bonds to be submitted to his attorney hotel which will appeal to the same i For fall iaformatina. acbedale: aDd ram to,
class of a.,pol.:.North or West,call oa or write
patrons whom I now have at
for an opinion and that the said I r.EO. HERRING. j and Grape Fruit
y KILLTME Issue bad been pronounced void for the Royal Polnclana and my other hotels. Fla.Pans Act.. L.A :X. R R. .
SOS W.Bar Street JackioaTille. Florida
AgD CURE,THE LUNC8 the reason that no ordinance had been : said Mr.. Sterry.- : Aso Rose Bushes for Winter Booming
-- -
passed by the city council requiring -

'Dr1Kicg's the said Issue of bonds to be submitted Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's I And all other ornamental trees-and shrubs

to the qualified voters of the city but I Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other I

that the election wu held pursuant toa information.
: New DiscoveryFOR ,
; resolution of the council and for I

4e 0 ,1OePries- other Irregularities GRIPPING BROS. GO.
FOR OUGHSa4 And it further appearing that the

.z Sorest and LOS Quickest Cure Free for Trial.allTHROAT of city the attorney attorney COIIcun'of the ton ID the Dallas opinion National : Tasteless Chill Tonic POMONA NURSERIES x

be U therefore
or KONET.BACK. 'i 1 Main office Nursery Office ;
? 1 -Re oInd. That the Fort Dallas Na No-Core-No-Pay. 50 cents. Cor. Ave Can: 12th St.{up stairs Little River n...

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TOWN TOPICS. THE BONES OF Warranty deed. Peter H. .Petersen I
Wife Living at Ojus is Scored by Husband *
JOHN PAUL JONESOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOu I In Jail at Jacksonville. and wife to Hans C. Anderson for $550

j I County Correspondence I It lots 2 and 3. block 11, Modeto; 'also five-

'The knights I are dust Albert Sanford .of Yelvington. Fla.. 43 acres east In section 34, tp. 50. south. range

So enthused are the firemen over who was given a trial before United
I Warranty deed Christian H. Petersen
: ... .. Oooo their organization and the recent advancements Their swords are rust. States Commissioner Archibald on '
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to Hans C. Anderson, for $l0. lot
h- it has made that several Their souls are with the saints, we i Tuesday, and held over for the regularterm 1
"' West Palm Beach. May 23. i 1 The adjourned meeting of the city 4, block 11, Modelo.
of court in default of $500 ball
of the members have decided to equip trust" I
council Frldav evening last, was very I Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land
I; There Is a rift in the clouds and with. new uniforms, for the alleged Indecent use of the
B. Bake was the department This great and glorious republicIs Company to trustees of Biscayn
y'' the silver lining has appeared. The brief. President Geo. Is still the
$; (I I and will give their notes to acquirethe malls confined In jail notEslug
;.t countenances of citizens of West Palm present and presided, and all other this once more called on to think of the able to furnish the required Lodge No. 452. Fraternal Union ot
this morning and 'members answered to roll call except money purpose. great achievements of Jones on land bond the America for $750, lot 4. bloc 16. Mi-
fl. Beach are bright says Jacksonville Metropolis.
much Alderman T. J. Grier who was absenton and water, mostly water; though thereIs ami.
cheered, not so
If their hearts are Sanford's arrest was caused by
leave. Suits Identical In meaning and Intent no doubt Jones did much to drive Warranty deed,Walter IF Brown and
by the material results of the special charges being preferred against him
i The only business transacted was *ere filed In the county court on King George to drinking something wife to E. W. F. Stirrup for $1.000. a
4 meeting of they Board of Trade last by his wife Mrs. Ida E. Sanford wftt
r. of building permits to Wednesday by RLummus and C.D. besides water. And' now La Belle certain parcel of land In section 21. '
i{ night, as by the good omen for the future the granting was at Ojus. Fla.. while her husbandwas
attendance Lainhart Ao Potter M. :9. Tarborough Leffler. complainants, vs. George E. France is willing to give up his bonesto tp. 54 south, range 41 east :
derivable from the large
employed by a mill concern at
t4 f enthusiasm and cooperative and E. T. )Maxwell colored, aU. out- Osgood J. C. Meredith and the F. her fjjjer, Columbia. How sweet : Yelvington. Warranty deed J. %Y. rarker and

side of the fire limits, and accompan-' E. C. R'y. garnishees damages In the and womwn'ly! A woman will generallygive : wife -Larette B. Savage for 3500.
{f> spirit that characterized the meeting.Yesterday's I When seen at the Jail yesterday afternoon -
I notes mentioned that led with the plans and specifications sum of $50 each. up the bones when they are i a tract of land In sec. 4 tp. 44. south
If' by a Metropolis reporter the
43 eastWarranty
the ordinances. picked. r
; there would be a special meeting of as required by prisoner told some of His history and
indicated There was a full house at the school Mrs. McAllister-Beck left this week i But there are some doubts as to' deed W. L. Singleton and
of Trade last night and also that of his wife.
i l Board Continuing Tie wife to Jacob SeIttei and Josteeph F. J

1 the subject to be CODildeNd.'I auditorium Friday night to attendanceupon for her old home In Fort Galhes, Ga., whether. they really are Jones' bonesor said: "I lived In New York with my Emery Jr. for $3.000 lots 1%, 13 sad $

Promptly at the hour designated In I I'J the Initiation of the closing exercises where she will spend some time with not; not even a pair of socks or wife at 323 East Thirty-ninth street, a U, block 112. Miami

the call President Moore called the' of the public school term. The her relatives and friends. Mrs. Beckis suspenders, have been found to Identify tenement house, and when I would return
I Warranty deed August Stephen ,
; entertainment consisted of orations: much enjoyment and pleasure him-some, maintain that he wore '
.i.: meeting to order, stating its object planning home each evening from work, I Hnlda Warringer. for $1.00 and other

'i' and directing that' the calling of the declarations and recitations participated on this trip as It has been a number neither. This is wrong and should would hear long and exaggerated talesof considerations, twenty acres in section

.... roIl be omitted as It WM desirable to in by twenty-five contestantsfor of years since she was there. not malign the departed. her cutting up, which I though incorrect 'I5. tp. U, south, range 43. east.

at J: have an expression of the popular the three medals that had been of- France gave us the Statue of Liberty. at the time. I also learned Warranty deed Hnlda Warringer to

' : voice, rather than that of the Board of fered-two by Mayor Currie and one Mr. J. J. Ally of Detroit. Mlch.who It Is said that she offered It to that she got Into an altercation with Realty Mortgage Co., for 'LOO'aneS

by Mr. Anthony. One of .the Currie considerable valuable of.Comnlerce several In the building, and the r"
Trade as an organization.There already owns the Suez Canal under the name management other considerations, north 20 acres

could not have been less than prizes Is to be awarded to the boyor real estate In Miami" has purchased. ," but It was declined be- ; of the place reported to me. of lot 1. section 15. tp. 44. south rang Y

In the young man delivering the best oration through the Waddel real estate agen- rause It would cost too much to keept that conditions would have to changeor 43 east
hundred present
one persons
body of the building and on the adjoining ; and the other to the girl excelling cy the Douglas lot on the north side clean, on account of the dust from we would have to seek ne1( quar Agreement for sale of property; X.

the meetIng in eloc. lon. The Anthony medal of 9th Street, east of Avenue C, and the desert of Sahara. So It was unloaded ters. Later we changed our address J. Lawrence. to J. IL Tatum ft Co.
auu. In truth -
P is to be awarded to the best declaimer will erect thereon a handsome and on us. France Is long on bones and there things J>ecame all the more Warranty deed M. E. Spencer and
4 was an uprising of. the people,
; of the boy substantial residence. they accumulated rapidly when disgusting for me. I found that my wife to E. L. Brady for $1.400. lot 21.

keenly alive-In to the the necessity direction of of"doingsomething" self For the prize in oratory there.were Dantuo, Marat. Robespierre, etc., were wife was keeping company with other': block 123 IMamL

but two contestants, Mr. Philip Helm Mr. Julius Isaacs, of Miami, was In in business. They furnished them with men. and had been acting In a manner Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land Coto .*
help and determined by and Mr. Edward Fairish their subjects Jacksonville yesterday, en route to or without heads, and in their haste altogether mortifying to me. During R. W. Rhodes for $SOO. lot 14. block

" to effect a common good. being, respectfully "Joseph Jeffersonand Savannah, where. he will. board his bones got badly mixed. If the bones the meantime Mrs. J. W. Clark, of 125. MlamL ,

Consideration of the business of the "Florida. For the other prrzes pleasure yacht-Times-Union. The offered are those of the only and original OJUK Fla., mO.lher. of my wife had Quit claim deed. Wm. H. ,autler to-

evening was precipitated by the reading -practically all who appeared upon the pleasure yacht referred to Is probablythe J. P. Jones we want them. If been writing us to come South saying F. S. Ambler. 1-2 undivided Interest In

of a letter from Dr. J. M. Man- rostrum twenty-five in number, were Jeannette, for which the custom Mr. Flagler would pay the expense of In her letters that we could find It and to-V. 1.% sec. 34,'tp. 45 s-, range

'yon, addressed to the president of the contestants, even those who delivered the very profitable at raising tomatoes. 43 "'Consideration. $1 etc.
officials of this port are on the lookout the funeral we would like to have east ,

Board of Tradeand an excerpt from a orations, entering the list, also as de- bones at Larkins, and use half the After some weeks of eprsuaslon on the Warranty deed Joseph IL Day to "a

letter from CoL J. R. Parrott, addressed part of Mrs Clark, she induced us to
clalmers. f gate money to build a road from Cocoanut Aliece Sturgis lot 12, block 98, north
Currie. The propositionof committeeof Miami come to Ojus. There we settled and I
to Mayor Dr. Waugh requested the D. A. Caldwell. of was the Grove to the railroad station. city of Miami. ConsIderation $500.

Dr. Mnnyon was In effect that he awards to make up their findings guest of his brother and sister. Mr and I I Recently going and coming from planted out four acres in tomatoes. My Agrement to purchase D. H Bryant ,

tw would take four-fifths of the. stock of yesterday and having done so, to In Mrs. J. Whltner.. the first of the there In the Peacock Inn automobile! crop was a complete failure, and I and wife to Mrs. S. T. Grambling. lot M

a capitalization of 50.000 for the erection close the same, under seal to him. lost the few hundred dollars that I of .... 7 53 42.
week while enroute south. Mr. Cald- I was accompanied by two venerable U, sub. 11 1-4. sec tp. r.

of a hotel on his lot between carefully withholding from public well was. accompanied by his little friends, and they both lost their teethon had invested. Warranty deed Rachel S Truslowt ;

Kardssus street and the lake front, knowledge to whom the''' prizes are daughter, Miss Lettie who will refflali. account of the blindness of the During the meantime my wife would to J. G. Trimble, et at., certain land

riparian rights to be procured by the awarded, until Wednesday commencement with her relatives some time.-Sanford trait Since then I drove there with go to Miami on the beach by bicycleand containing 1 1.2 acres. Consideration

local subscribers to one-fifth of the day, when they will be formally Chronicle. the collector of customs of Key West, I learned that other men. from $1.000.

stock. to the successful contest Ojus would accompany her. I made objections Dexter Hnbal to
presented who said as he reclined on the plat- Warranty deed. l

The letter of )[r. Parrott had reference ants. The public exercises will be Mr. W. H. DaCamara one of the orm of the station "I think I would to this, and she said If I did Wm O. Hubal lot 6. block 14 of the

to a Quit claim of riparian resumed Mnday evening and.,on Tuesday progressive business men of West ather stay here than ride back If It not like it she ownld leave me. After sub. of sec 30, 31, 32, tp. 52. range

,rights by those now claiming to own evening the, Pixies Palm Beach and a member of the firm were not for that Spanish wreck, but that I went to Yelvington to secure 12. Consideration $285.

them and Is In the following words Triumph." will be present by of the Hatcbett-DaCamara Hardware may be needed at Key West, so let's employment From the latter place Warranty deed M. and Wm. B,

**We anxious to serve West Palm of grades 3. 4 and 5. last In Miami I wrote postals to Mrs. Clarke.moth.
are the pupils Companyspent Tuesday try It once more. Brickell_to Wm H. Marshall, lots S,
er of wife at Ojus. When doing so
f Beach In any way that we consistent Quite a large number of persons of Mr. DaCamara Is on his way home I But we must return to Jones. If! I had no Intentions of violating any and 294 feet west part of lot 11 of

-+ ly'can.'but there ire some property this city, estimated at fifty or more from Key West, where he has been Larkins block 44. Town of Fort Lauderdale.
I his bones were placed at a of the postal laws. I was greatly disturbed -
owners facing this property who have ladies and gentlemen attended the spending the past few days sightseeingand Consideration $125.
has there and he
Mr. Jones a grove over my wlfes conduct and this
-p seriously objected to its occupation: opening of the Delray Canning Factory enjoying a brief vacation. If Warranty deed Jessie and Geo. ;,
I 'I would feel more at more as prompted me to write the postals. i
and we should like to know how they Friday evening. Some went by he were among relatives. Hope the "* McDonald to G. H. Landon. block 5.
Sanford the
now feel about it, as well as how the ,boats, some by rail, and some perhaps Capt Albert Hlenkle returned home commissioners will take note showed reporter papersto of McDonald's survey In section 21,
I county the effect/ that he had in
i people of West Palm Beach feel aboutIt by wheel. All confess having had a Monday from Gilbert's Bar, when i >f thin. The balance of the gate money both the and was with tp. 54, range n, ten acres, considersr
army navy anCl
before,we quit claim to Dr. Munyonor delightful time'and were much impressed be went on the houseboat Rose Marie i can be turned over to Mr.- Black Admiral Dewey's fleet at the.bombard tion. $350. ',

any one else." by the hospitality public with Mr. C. F. Kaething. the tar the attractions Warranty deed AT.. Carter to
man for advertising ment and fall of Manila. While In the
Thus?the questions of cooperationby spirit and progressiveness of the ambitious Iron fisbing expert, aboard and who f Larkls In the Homcseeker. I Richard Carney, lots 10-12-13. of 11cI t
> navy he was under the assumed name
the people with Dr. Munyon In the little suburb. will continue In the boat to Titus- I I Donald's plat of Cocoanut Grove In
Admiral Jones feared no foe. As of Alexander Batsa. He Is a man of t
erection of a much-needed up-to-diu \llle. when he will leave by train for Sec. 21. tp. 54, range .,41. Consider
BOYNTON BRIEFS. long as a plank floated he fought! but about :55 years of age and with an Intelligent sation
A hotel. the taking of shares of stock New York. Capt Hienkle says that $400.Application.
Ike Grover Cleveland, he dreaded the look .
p -therefor.,and the securing of riparian Mr. Naethlns much infatuated with) I for charter of Incorpor.
This week practically winds up the ladles. Jones never married he was
rights, without which the enterprise his last cruise and thoroughly enthused ,ation of a religious society to be
tomato season and the pine season Is no fighter in that line. Had he mar Hawley-Henry.
with his luck In Ullng known the First Church of Christ
most fall were brought immediatelyto tarpon, as
right here. Boynton will ship a good ried no doubt his second funeral expenses Friends of the contracting partiesin
the front and that he will be down again next I Scientist West Palm Beach.
percentage of the pines from the lower would hate fallen heavily on'' Tampa; have received Invitations to
Five thousand dollars in stock was season. Bill of Nile Chap. P. Singleton to
East Coast for the amount of acreage Uncle Sam as most ol the Jones ram-I the approaching wedding of Mr. Will
promptly taken and this morning Mr. Geo. G. Currie for $360. his Interest
owned here. The dry weather la lies are large and all of John Paul's.Cornwell Hawley and Miss Rosa Mor- I I
CurrIe says that the entire ten thous- G. D. Brassier, manager of the advertising I In stock of drugs fixtures etc. West
causing them to ripen early but they descendants would have to be Intltedto ah Henry of Miami, which happy event
and has been subscribed, and that department of the Metrop- Palm Beach. .
are very sweet and good flavor. attend. So as a nation we must will occur at 6 o'clock on the e"enlng'
, that sum could be easily doubled If olis, returned home on Saturday from Quit claim deed G. A. Worley et'
of June 7 the First
Fred S. Dewey was In town attendIng again be grateful to him for not committing Presbyterian x
? desired.. As to the point made by Mr. Key West where he has been the past church In Miami ux., to R. C. May for $1.00, certain
to business Tuesday.E. matrimony.
relative the of several weeks Interesting the mer- In section 28 53 south
Parrott to feeling Miss Is land tp. range
P. Porcher of Cocoa, was shaking Henry a daughter of Mr.
There Is danger of this episode be-
chants and business men of the Island .
: property owners touching the utilization 41. east.
and Mrs. Yates is
C. F. and well
hands with old friends here last week coming an International affair. Should kn01l'I
of the Munyon lot for hotel purposes City In a special Key West edition In Tampa, where she formerly resided. I Edgar A. Bailey to Edgar N. Webb
and incidentally soliciting pineapple these bones we write of prove not to
It developed that all owners to which the Metropolis" win issue at an Mr. Hawley Is a popular and faithful 1! for $50, five acres In section 5. tp. >
shipments. be the bones of the great John Paul
be affected by the project had. In writIng early date. Mr. Brassier reports that attache of the Oppenheimer Court I 53: south range 41 east
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pence left for the people lent hearty support to the hen we should have a rebate. France
signified their acquiescence, but Square Pharmacy and numbers Amendment in lls pendens In suit of
their home in South Whitney, Ind., plan and he has secured many pictures should Indemnify us; It Is best to many
one, and this morning It Is learned friends<< in the city with all of whom Fannie E. Saunders and husband vs.
: Wednesday evening after spendingthe and much valuable data, concern nake sure of it by having a bond ex- .S
that he, too has consented.: the Herald joins In extending congratulations H. E. Tuttle et at. clause to read:
winter with theftson Cullen ing this interesting city which will be cuted to the effect that In the eventof
The first name, signed to the paper to the happy couple on the This lis pendens Is not Intended to
Pence. They think there Is no climate Incorporated In this edition. Key the bones proving false and a ,
waiving objections to the erection of approaching nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. effect the title of any land which .
equal to South Florida, and they West, he says, is booming. The factories claimant for them arising that franc
the hotel on the Mnnyon lot was that Hawley will make their home in Tam- may have been erroneously describe
are right are all In operation and workingfull should pay a sum equal to that paidus
of Mr. George Zapf owner of the pa.-Tampa Herald. In deed from Fannie E. Saunders and
The packers have all left for the forces, building Is going on on by Great Britlan for the Alabama t
LaGrange-Seminole Hotel, between C. C. Saunders to H. E. Tuttle. which
Went Coast but all promise to come every hand, the people.energetic and<< claims as John Paul Jones and Ra- .
which and the lake the new hotel will I I There are now t1l'enty'se\"en prison said land: was not owned or claimed
again next year. prosperous, the harbor full of ships, a phael Semmes were both men of very
stand. Mr. Zapfs views as to public by Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle at the time of
ers confined in the county jaiL All
Deputy Sheriff/ Tom Mayberry took good sign of the times and the future few Yo'or.ts andcry quick in their
Improvements are as broad as his corporeal are males and twenty-six of the num- her death or which may have been
of the terminal of that
eleven negroes to Miami Sunday night j i greatness coming nlo'ements.Ve must remember
structure. the F E. C. Ry.Contractor I thould bethose her l are negroes. conveyed by her during her life time
and engaged lodging for them In thecounty It these lioues turn out to
e Committees, composed of energetic __ and never subsequently repurchased.
jail to await trial. They were of l"apt. Ki.lil or ,.()11\"- Doctor
business men were appointed to solicit gambling when arrested. I G. L. Perry, of Cocoanut I of IlMnlty their relative will causeis Examination of Teachers.The : Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land ,

subscriptions to the stock of the < I Grove Is erecting for Mr. R. E.Rlckiners Company to John B. Rcllly, trustee,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pence, of South ; troutileMomnre,
company and to secure waivers of objection over on the south J{ teachers for :Mrs Jane }. Nelan, of $150 north
\VhIUey Indi left Wednesday eveningfor I DConwav says that GourdeVathlnKtoD's
-- to the use of the water Irons I handsome bungalow the cost of w hlrh tretami hatch will\ INhell at the MiarHlun i SchihuildinS ins: fm of lot 7. block 59, MlamL
an extended trip through the west. cherry
Both have been eminently successfuland I will be between six and seven thousand on Monday. June 5th, beginning Warranty deed Wilbur T. Yarborough -
That when the mother
fro myths. Marl
They willlslt their sons at McCook,
but little remains to be done but dollars. The building will contain six .ruIIII'II| at i clock, a. m. to M. E. Grober for $100, seven y3
of Washington was ghen a new
for indefinite and take
Neb, an time
to organize provisionally, apply for teen rooms and will be finished on the I excavation that Those taking the examination ....11lot\ and one-halt acre In rvcUon 29. tp. ,
In the cities of the West monument, proved<<
letters patent aad "get at it" Inside in natural wood, hard l.Frrtn I 4d south 43 ea't
I she had not been buried when trades required to furnish to the examiner a range
This is Mr. and Mrs. Pence'sfirst
Personswho know him better than the front of the building a most
Warranty deed Ernest
written endorsement of good moral Stjpmanrr
tion said and the place of her burialis
winter In Florida and they are delighted -
the wrlter'ma'y,not have been surprised .1< with our mild climate. Mrs. Pence'shealth magnificent view of the Bay and ocean yet unknown. So we must be cau- (character from a responsible person, W. L. Baker for $75, lot 5. block 10; ;r

at the adroitness force and demonstrative i can be. bad, as the lot Is almost directly Potsdam. .
tious and not let our beloved sister. and to pay a fee of one dollar.R. h
is greatly improved during
aptness of Dr. Munyon's. OPposl'te Norrls Cut and the E. Hall. Warranty deed. Oscar O. Poppletoo
their stay here.A'Sunshine France, give us the wrong bones. We
speech last night,We certainly were; i large vessels which ply between this want no false Bony-parts here, and Supt. Public Instruction Dade County. to W. A. Selser for $100. certain land

for in our somewhat extended observation Club has been organizedIn country and Southern ports can be If we find It out will ask her to take Notice to Debtors and Creditors. descrbed by feet and tlwblr sh.-dta

f of "talkers," we do not recall this city with Mrs. Isabella Her, seen without the aid of glasses. Mr. them back, just as we made Bony Creditors, legatees distributees and described by feet and with riparian
and Mrs. Rlckmers
that we ever heard one who said so president; Miss Keyser, secretary, and can be proud i back out of Mexico with his friend all persons having claims or demands rights In section 8. Ip. 38, touthjangg
of their new home as it will
much; In so short a time looking aloneto Miss Ethel Sefton treasurer.' The compare Maximllllan. After all. perhaps Auld against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp 41 east

the object to be obtained. Its club will meet every Wednesday afternoon with any of Its class In the State! Scotia has the best claim to the bonesof deceased are hereby notified to present Warranty deed H. W. Bessey and

premises were Irrefutable and its deductions at the residence of Mrs. Ilet A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Jones, as he was her son by birth the same to the undersigned wife to Oscar O. Poppleton for $100

irreslstable. His' flickering Eleventh street The object of the Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding right, but Scotland does not seem to within two years after the first puhll, all of n.w. 1-4 of n.e. 1-4 section 8,

spark of love for West Palm,Beach club Is to bring sunshine Into the piles. Druggists refund money If worry about these bones. cation of this notice, falling which tp. 38, sou'*, range 41 east

has become a rigorous flame, judging hearts and.homes of all by the exchange PAZO OINTMEXA fails to cure any We can afford to be sentimental as the name will be pleaded In bar of Warranty deed<< H. W. Pesscy and ,,'.,

fT from his remark the writer: "I In- of books, papers, pictures! eta, case, no matter of how long standing a nation but It Is a bad thing to waste their demand wife to J. C. Hancock for $400 l nacres :' :

.tend to make the name of West Palm Ideas that may be utilized to advantage In 6 to 14 days. First application anything as good and pure as sentiment Henrietta Trapp, with riparian tights In section 1)

Beach as familiar to the world as In the sick room, holiday suggestions gives east and rest SOc. If your should be. Let us then be sure Administratrix! of the Estate of CalebL 8, tp. 38. south, range 41 east

Munyon's face. 'and as much desiredby sending flowers and a general druggist han't it send SOc In stanmps before we are sentimentaL Trapp do"eased. Warranty deed. Q. W. D. Harber. et Jt aal.

the tourist and pleasure seeker as exchange of Ideas beneficial to the and It will be forwarded post,paid by j. w. E. Cocoanut Grove. Fla. St .. to G. C. Frigpell for $2.500. lot .1#, .It.

are my medicines by the afflicted." members. ( Paris Medicine Co. St Louis, Ma Cocoanut Grove May 12. Cocoanut Grove, Fla. 5-2
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