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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: June 2, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fOL.9"-NO 52. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JUNE 2, 1905' EIGHT P16ES

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'U5SIAN FLEE! HIGH SCHOOL LITTLE GIRL WADE MATTER SEMINOLES WANT 'person remove has one no of more their right dead to than take they and- '

'I would the body of a white person and

some have even volunteered. It Is understood
STOLE MAILAfter ONLY GRADUATE
HIGHLY HONOREDDr. to assist them In getting

tWA5,, ANNIHILATED A BACK THEIR DEAD back the body of Dr. Wilson and pua-

Jshto? the ope who took It away. ;

receiving innumerable complaints If the lulani' persist In pushing the
Lincoln Hnlly. president of Stetson The'graduating exercises of the Miami
matter It Is possible that oae of the
University at De Land has made : and endeavoring for the past High School were held at the most
Interesting case ever coming +
announcement that in the future several months to locate various articles Auditorium'Saturday at On the 23d lost, the Metropolis told before
Admiral Togo and His Fight. the .. morning nine the courts and the public will
[: graduates from the Miami High School and letters reported missing but owing to there being but one grad. of the finding of an Indian corpse result t ',
by one 1L N. Neal. of Pain.
ing Seamen. will be accepted in the University from the mails, the local postoffice uate this term the ceremonies were Beach in the Everglades West and of his

without further examination. This decision authorities have succeded In tracing naturally short and far from being as having taken the body north for ex

was first conveyed to Superintendent the theft to a little girl of ten yearsof interesting as those of last year when hlblUon purposes. The story was taken PINEAPPLE IN

.AND OTHERS R. E. Hall at the recent meet age and the recovery of a ,razor there were several graduates.A from the Times-Union and It
MANY! SHIPS SUNK State superintendents at Tallahassee a.ring and a watch from her home. dwelt at length on the finding of the

,CAPTURED.. ADM RAL ROJEST. ing of, and was made public by Mr. This, however. Is but a small percentage ,number of the patrons of the school body. Its condition and what Mr. Neal STUMP OF WOOD
articles missing were present besides several visitors. proposed to do with It.
of the reported
tNSKY TAKEN "BY JAPS IStr6ADLY W., W. Hall principal of the Miami .
Public School at the graduating exercises to say nothing of the many hundred The exercises were commenced by Wednesday Tommie Tiger a lead

WOUNDED. Saturday mornln. letters with contents that have usual school opening songs, prayer er among the Indians, accompanied

The action of the Stetson faculty In been taken and destroyed and for, etc. after which Prof. W. W. Hall by six of eight other,Seminoles waa '

accepting graduates from the Miami which there is no recovery. The thieving principal of the school .called forward In the city for the purpose of consulting There la displayed at the office- of the J

High School Into the University had assumed such proportions Wade blathers .the fortunate with lawyers relative to having Drake Produce Co.. today a pineapple

j,'. 'Tokio, May 29. In the naval bat. without further examination shows that postomce Inspector Lake Jones, graduate and In a few appropriate the body brought' back to Its home curiosity not that there b anything t

s'-fought in. the Straits .of Korea.'Sat the high mark of efficiency In which with headquarter In Jacksonville words presented him with his'diploma. I and the punishment of Mr. Neal for curious about the plant and the fruit
taking and removing it. The'indlans Itself, but It Is in the manner fak
r and Sunday between a division the lamt' High School Is held by sent down to investigate the conditions Previous to this short ceremony the
M were very much exercised over the affair which It was planted and grows,
the'Russian Second Pacific Squad- them and the recognition of the thorough and ,on last Wednesday fncompany teachers of the several grades made and before seeking legal adnce.caUt' The plant a large healthy Spanish

jn.jBuder.. Admiral Rojestvensky and fitness'of graduates'from it to with Assistant Postmaster the announcements of those who had the Japanese fleet tinierAdmtai Is Jones, visited the home'of ,the'child successfully passed the final exanHna "
|* portion of enter the University which one of whom they are very inendly. tor In. a tuJJ.aL1e18' fruit and a dozen or r
t Togo, jthe Russian battleships the foremost of Florida colleges, and In question suspicion being directed tloti and been promoted to higher strnctlons. In each case they were more young sprouts Is growing In the 1
Alexander HI. and the ( her the tact that she had been grades the total number
Borodino and an' honor not often. bestowed upon o by of promotions given encouragement In their effort* top of a stump containing not more-
; armored crulsen: Admiral, Nakahtr.m1trl. seen on several occasions opening amounting to two hundred and
county schools. to have the corps brought back andtne than one quart of earth and,being rt
., Donoikl and V1ad1T 1es. the I and taking mail mater from various and . __
--- seventy were proportionately divided man who took it away pnnisned. nrmiy rooted into tne wood toe, sou
?coast defense Ironclad Onshakoff' the putting to.much trust In God and la I private boxes. There they not only among several grades This I Tommie Tiger, who speaks'English itself being entirely inadequate to

g protected cralser, Sretlana. the rePairship sending too many thou to War ani acceded In recovering the articles officially closed the school term. i sufficiently to be understood was nourish or even keep It alive. All of

Kamstchatka and the cruiser ITtessln not enough men. above mentioned but In finding anum.ber strong in his denunciation, of the the stump Is not shown but the top oC

., were conk white the battle- ":The" rest now., In the language of wraps from original packages Will Conduct Summer School. bad white man" and .was bent oti It Is sawn oft. It, the plant' and the

Opal and'Nicola an4.the Iron- of ,the,Americans, is .In the hands of indicating clearly that the articles and seeing County Judge Heyser to have fruit being Intact the same as grown'

,AdmIral; Sentavin- and General the men behind the guns but we Russians letters had been taken by her or By permission of the county superintendent him arrested. Tommie said that the In the field. -

ptaxiae/were,captured by the.Jap-: will be patient until the full result others than the rightful owners. Mrs. W.H. Dnsenbnry, principal dead Indian who had been carried The curiosity Is from the grave of

anew of the disaster fa'known.* The parents of the child, the authorities : of the Cocoanut Grove school away was named Dr. Wilson and has Sanders Bros. Elliott's Key. and Is
"J T. The blacket pessimism reigns been a medicine Further than about one old. the
are Inclined to believe were not will open and conduct a private schoolin man. year owners stating; r
AM1RAL TOGO TELLS among the public of this city and the aware that she had been tamperingwith Miami this summer. The objectof this he would give no Information. that the plant then but a young bud.( '
OF HIS SUCCESSFUL FIGHT The other Indians set out .In the of
town Is tn'glcom.ADMIRALTY were very gram was top the stumpfor
the boxes, but had taken her the school is Jo traln and fit those '
;::w&sbington. May 29. An official '. and silent though tiu'lr eyes spark the purpose of seeing how it would
word that she had found them In the scholars of the public school who have '
"Patch received by the War Depart'nt ADMITS led with fire when Tommie was talk tevelop. if It lived at aQ. It began to, w
streets, and on account of her age no been given conditional certificates of
and the Japanese legation here SINKING OF SHIPs lug about the crime that has- been grow from the start and proved to be ''
prosecution will be made.In promotion In the various of
grade the
morning states that Admiral Togo St' Petersburg, May 30J- The 'admiralty committed against one of their dead. one of the largest and best fruits produced '.
_- eports, to hI.a' government the total admits officiary. of the sinkingof speaking of the case this morning city and other schools. Conditions The result of their legal Investigationscould by them. Were It exhibit
sustained by the Rsstian fleet In Assistant. Postmaster Jones said: certificates mean that the Holder Is i
the battleships Zulu Souvaroff not be ascertained this after elsewhere the Curiosity would not only
_-ho fighting' In the'Straits of Bores Roslablarana: Oral and the .In the letter of the law this child deficient in one or more: studies whichIf I noon. be appreciated, but would prove a

turday and Sunday u follows:' cruiser y.m.ti h tv& during the naval would be condemned a thief' yet she made up before the Jail Th majority of the people believe good advertisement for the State sad

battle oflast Saturday and Sunday. is'hardly more 4nlpable than those tions win be passed to a enmlna'J l I that the Indians are right: that a section In which it was produced t

Bank two Aattleshlpt; one coast de.annorclad The loss 'of theae''Y Uela has been parties, and there are many of them,. -- ,- -- -- -_ ,. ,

;,five .enJsen two definitely established by,CapL Chagln, who' carelessly and wilfully' leave

service ships and three de- of the'cnIIIs'.A1ma&. No statement Is their'boxes unlocked thereby Inviting {

atroyers and captured two battleships, made by the admiralty regarding the others to their contents. The eombl-

coast defense armorcladaono spec ships" captured. nation boxes In use here and In smaller *'.

service'ship, one destroyer andre offices throughout the country an i t.I t.

than two thousand prisoners. FIVE'RUSSIAN SHIPS .
not any too secure against, thievingand
Togo adds: "The Japanese r.f
TAKEN TO SA8ABO. .curiously ,disposed people, when I : .
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_-Qnadron was. uninjured. Washington;May 30. The Japan .
locked but when left with the combination 1. "
ese legation baa recelnd.the, followIng ; off they simply leave thelr'maflopen 1 .
:ALL OF THE LARGER from -
cablegram Toklo: \ .
to be taken by anyone who wOt .;
'JAPANCSE VESSELS UNINJURED "Five Russian vessels were captured .
"This lathe cause of the depredations a
.V,. Washington. May 29. A telegram > ,
Sasabo
-; by:us Vnd brought safely to that have occurred. I' have no '
from hinter Grlscom at ToUotdate* today., They are the Orel. Nicholas I.
', idea that the child,unlocked any,box, r
this morning. says-:. Apraxlne, Henyabin and Mi sarn."
"'" "Admiral Togo claiming his Tic'jtory but simply went along the case trying

modestly says that he 'reports each box and those she found unlock.ed : *
THE REPORT '
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ChAt, as a result of fighting'between HAS BEEN CONFIRMED. she opened and rtn d.. We do ail

fleets Saturday afternoon 'and evethat 8L1 I Petersburg., May 50. -The report we:'can under the circumstances to : Only 1 more Days ,

ntrrg' one Russian battJeahlp'of that the Knias SonvarotC flagship protect our patrons and box subscribers .

e'fionfldlna class;was sank;and low ot'.the. Russian fleet which was defeated ., but we cannot keep'a watch on *

large Teasels Sunday and two ,In the Straits of 'Korea, had them to see that they lock their boxes ?

: ire&otber Russian 'vessels were been sunk and, that, Admiral,Rojest- after opening.., therefore .we uk,that ,
i&ptnred.; .All .of the''larger vesselsttke venskyhad been,wounded and placed those owning boxes for their own protection .

;Japanese, fleet escapld Injury on a torpedoboat destroyer baa been ; if not ours'see that the com "

_ d- none were..seriously damaged' confirmed; though the present whereabouts binations are turned off when ,they of the Great Cut Price Sale

of the destroyer is unknown. ,close a ,box." .
IGHT RUSSIAN CAPTAINS r ;
To evidence the fact that'boxes are
WERE DROWNED iNftGHTLondon. : '
WHERE IS ADMIRAL left Jones
"' unlocked by owners Mr. -
May 29.:- A:;special from ROJESTVENSKYT l''zii \
along'the case with a reporter .
kin Bays that eight Russian cap: St'Peterab May 30.,- The first and in'one frame or section of boxes '
were drowned the naval
daring
definite news from Russian sources
4'1Ir'business lesione'
than
,men, no .
Sunday. of the naval battle came from CapL .down were found with the ,com- r' .
cbagtn of the cruiser Almax which. At.'
USSIAN FLAGSHIP arrived safely'at Vladivostok., blnatlonsfon and opened simply by .
WAS SERIOUSLY DAMAGED He has telegraphed the Emperor pulling down thi.: little lever. Spmeof 'E
them contained mall and others .
Washington. May 29. According -
that witnessed the sinking of the .
io'&df1ces received by, the Nayy De- battleship Knias Souvaroff.the *!flagship did not but showing conclusively that r, -
eat from Totlo the* box owners and not the postofflce'of
Japanese lu ;'-and reported that Admiral'Rolestveuky .
dWon to the ships already named wounded. Chagln j ficials are responsible for their mall '
was saysthat :
tptnred the Russian battleship Slept he'law the Admiral lowered onboard being taken or tampered with.K..OF ..

_Le1b- and seriously, damaged the a' torpedo boat,,but that,when SEWELL BROS

_ .' flagship he sent the message the.whereabouts P. ELECTED OFFICERS ,

ADMIRAL NEOGATLOFFAMONG of the Admiral was, unknown to him. ,

,RUSSIAN PRISONERS At Meeting Friday Night. Arrangements .
ROJESTVENSKY'SSKULL Made for Memorial Day.A .
'i.TokfolaT' 29. AOmlral Nebogat- IS, FRACTURED .
..with 2,000 Russian sailors and
,Washington, May 31. The naval
&marines. were among the prisoners today wen attended Interesting and.enjoyable
attaches of Japan called at the ,
captured from the slaking Russian White' meeting of the local lodge
House and communicated to
ships la the battle In the Straits of Knights of Pythias was held at the
the President,the following report
rea. Admiral Rojestvensky seems Pythian\ Hall Friday 'night, at'which
which was Deceived at the legation Don't Miss Your Chance
I
have Ncap-.L. The battle began officers'were elected for the ensuing .
from Toklo: I '
atnrday morning;'.continued through !It la' officially announced thatInthe I year. as follows: I '

naday and the'.Japanese,are IIOwl,In naval engagement the damage sue- v Chancellor Commander-. P. Ullendorttx I '.
lkifluIt of the fleeing Russians and In '
gained ,to: our;fleet, waa very alight,
great damage I J'Vice-Chancellor,. B., Gautier.' .
and none of the battleships, cruisers, ,
r"y.)" destroyers' other ships were lost' Prelate, S. M. Tatum.' E' 17 :'

BLACKEST' PESSIMISM REIGNS except three torpedoboata.Undtr Master of Works-L. R. Raley.: ''J., .

_:' IN ST. PETERSBURG .. an' Imperial command Admiral Master at Anna-K: F.. Holmes. t -

Bt,Petersburg.; May 29. The No- 'Togo has been 'authorized to Inner Guard-T.' J. Pitchford.
> Vrenya, la the only D ""per'inthis'
permit Admiral Ntbgstoff to ,submit Outter Guard J., 8. Rodgers.'
city that comments editorially 'of the battle, list .
Czar
to,the reports The,attendance at ,the meeting was -
-lID the naval battle last Saturday and wounded and pVisoners '
of Russian killed -
larger than usual and Included a. number -
Sunday and the reported destruction now In the hands of the Japan "'
Unmet ,,of the Uniform Rank.: After the
t.the: Russian fleet the cap "
ton ''"Hour of Has Struck." it ass election a banquet was served.and the
Fate'
""Admiral his been
". Rojestvensky- .. evening spent In'toast making and enjoyment. ; I J''

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AMERICAN AMBASSADORS. HOME VACATIONS. generally give It The free press large-1 ...............tJ......... .

:'. MIAMI METROPOLIS _____ 1 I1'I rules a free country. R may make I

.... peace or war: It has done both. But SPECIAL
-W> WS. X>S % W> Whitelaw Reid America's most distlngulsbed :Why does one simpiy wanting rest I TALLAHASSEE LETTER

"P-8/- Published Every Day Except Sunday Journalist will soon be en and recreation leave Florida in the i, It is quite capable of fomenting very :

,- I summer? If he desires life, gayety, grave difficulties! which it never de- :
he to
here assume
S. We Dws.S .'rei$. route to London. goes I. 1 --
.. L Tats. Pro. *
; fired
or Intended thought of.
dutiesof I a mottled throng and'above all others or even
the high and Important ,
The Kirni Printing Company. United States Ambassador to the the satisfaction that he has been In our great distances and isolation between 'nr UtrCorreiotdet. yt1N8Nt1tN

North for his vacation then It is well two oceans and general feeling, -__--__--__--_-_-_-_-__--_-.-..- -'mm--- -
1 Entered at the Postoffice at :Miami!. Court of St James, succeding MrJos.
h enough for him to seek the seashore of remoteness and elbow room and Independence Tallahassee Mar IS.-The Buckmanbill .
Fla, as second-class matter. eph Cboate who has won such an enviable was the meeting of the special
and mountain reports of other sections it has sometimes been apt passed the senate Friday afternoon
Published Every Friday In the Metropolis reputation In that capacity. }Ir. i late committee, appointed to, Ini,
but if he wants solid comfort and rest in moments of excitement to measure after a debate In which the aJ -
n Building.The Reid is no novice In the field of diplomacy ; |gate the rumor that certain men
at half the expense, and with the its words as little In Baling with high- vocates of the present system of man I of the :
Board of
State
ministerto [ Institutions
He was American
most Southern. newspaper published greatest of results then be will remain spirited and sensltlte nations as with aging .the cute schools exhausted

on the mainland of the United) France In 1SS392. member of the at- home get a boat and hiehimself a candidate for a town constable, or themselves and their eloquence In a ( stock In L B. Hilaon's printing p -

States' Peace Commission in Paris In 1S96, I away to the keys where the I the board of aldermen. Is It not time rain attempt to'.te! the rising tide I j otherwise These the Capitol] Publishing

hen settlement with Spain was taa.le land abounds In fruit where the waters -I for the press ,when It exercise the of public: opinion. Mr. TrammeUhad pany. rumors have M a ":

One ,.ear.................. .....*20 Special Ambassador to the coronationof I are alive with the choicest of edible -I power to recognize also the obligations off rtu a 5U.-ti at f'r Ms famous ter of, fact been In circulation

Six months.............. ..... LOO King Edward In 1902. He Is in I and gamertl'h.: where nature of rule: Consideration moderation bUt and sought to Impress upon his I Ir"ar!': th v were circulated. ha nence
will t to GOY Jtonlogs anti thq'1C ]
advance
Those paying In receive every way worthy of the high stationto ,, abounds in all Its beauty and grandeur and a scrupulous regard both for colleague the necessity' of making
for $L50. B. ljuiar. and since then y
a years subscription which, he has been appointed acd and where a gentle refreshing and In-. the rights anj the susceptibilities of haste slowly In a matter of such vltai '
-. and six: months subscription for 7centaC' members of lb. cabinet have
none would better promote the spirit i I vbcoratlnE breeze blows ever irom others. Importance; but all to no avail ValeT "
liberal discount to In- named as stociJullfrs In the coc
: This is a
of peace and good ulll of the two the bosom of the noble Atlantic or This Is good advice, and It comes the provisions of his bill-whlcemtioddied .

duce strictly advance payments.. great Englishspeakingnations.. I else go to the inland springs and from one who has ha
FRIDAY JUNE 2. 1905. While the 'Lnlt d States has no farms, where comfort and sublime who by virtue of his remarkableand measure-action In the premises I witness could .
that he'
was
A I say
while rest are not excelled. maintained success has the rightto ouW hart keen deferred two
school of and many
i diplomacy, heard the rumors In question&114"Ueved
Investment I These are the. sort of vacations that give advice. A newspaper is not felt that the J "
And coune
A safe and profitable many
of the Consuls, It sends abroad are rears. them to be true.'' As per
Miami real estate.. tare In demand. Many Floridians go published for today or tomorrow butIf ao suggested by the young and Wanted ..
i t unfit for such service. It has al1l'aJllbeen the next man. who appeared be
j to the mountain and rorest resortsof I it Is properly managed and conduct president of the senate would
S.tar. fortunate in the selection of Its the committee testified that he-
the north In o *st of recreation 6olou lines of'wisdom, will be here for hare been the wiser but It
-; A citizen of Macon Ca. "recently representatives at the English capital one. heard the rumors and "did not 1 bell
when they know at the time they are dais to come. It Is not like the politician to be. The growing demand of thb
drank thirty-five bottles of beer In four The list includes such names as Motley was them to be true," the abortive
leaving behind them in their own who Is In a campaign for a season scattered schools of the state
widely
hours" That man certainly deserves and Lowell and Phelps and Hay of the hole Investigation may __
,
State resorts far more beautiful: far only and who, if defeated Is In a led at last to a revolution of public
I to live to the towa" where Wiscon and Choate-Americans of the best I, be Inferred. Some of us here think<
more pleasant and where the Invigorating little whiter possibly. the good friend sentiment and nothing couU stay '
sin's fame resides. and h11hellttype- who have contributed !.about time to call a halt On this i
and healthful atmosphere woulddo of, those whom be has most! abused. the triumphant progress of a bllLwhlch
of thing. ,
much to strengthening the bondsof them greater'good than any they A must its revenues
: newspaper earn at one blow, .wipes out all the Stat. .
-ak' Miss .Nan Patterson's original intentlon sympathy and friendship and mutual can find elsewhere. They know this and perform Its services the day after schools but three.People 1 The passage of the Governor i ision

of avoiding publicity If liberated respect between the'two best governments fact to be true but tbe-deslre to travel the election as well as the day before are already asking themselves bill has set all Tallahassee i

was a/:laudable one and shouldbe in the:-woTld'a'history.! to see and be seen and above all the election, for business ,reasons as which of the schools are to be abolished i lug and the people are already '

encouragedbut Nan could not stand Mr. Choate; ,the retiring Ambassador to say that I spent my vacation at well as for those of fairness,and justice ;-which are to be left. The Ba k- dering whose lot win be selects J.1

being lonesome. has had a most brilliant and successful such and such a place.,predominates and should not attempt to outstrip man bill provides for the retention of bin raising the Governor's salary :

;t M career, and while loyal to the In mankind and they go. unmindful In vituperation the politician who the colored Normal school at this 13.600 to 15,000, has passed the I
j I '
t- The Kansas City boy; who lengthened spirit and traditions of his native land of expense or those they leave behind has but one aim, to secure office. It placeand also the State college but and .probably become a Ltv, :::'].

? himself,, two inches. by machinery and upholding its 'Interests 'has endeared to hold and suffer eebts contractedIn should take sides and be vigorous: In beyond that all Is conjecture; and no nomical' though the Legislature

+ has not dODe'&n7lhlnc so wonderfuL himself to the English people;: order-that the trip may be takenIn the prosecution of the evil doer and man can say whether the University be. It. nevertheless, has occasional 1

The, Governor ,of "Kansas has grown They hare bestowed on him the highest style and plenty. wield such power that menv win respect of Florida.at Lake City or the'West of generosity. This was Indicated
: Such' Jaunts as these are unnecessary honor but it should tem- the'acU I1 of the House last Sat
and it
several feet since he was elected. praise and expressed genuine regret Florida Seminary will be chosen to

over his, voluntary retirementThe and should be spent and Indulge per Its Justice with mercy and show bear aloft the torch of education upon In passing the, constitutional as

"We'have: 'had frost these three farewell banquet given him In only by those so financially situated consideration even for Its enemies. the boys': side of the house. It Is. however meat fixing the salaries of our-1- ,
that they can be enjoyed without Inconvenience radicalism. The preme Court Judges at 94.000 and t
Nothing is gained by
,Bights pad writes Rev. W. W. Dill generally believed that the Lake
the occasion of felicitous
London was many '
to themselves or othertThere moderation of which Mr. Reid speaksis of the circuit sizes at &500. A ;
from Norrlstown. Pa, 1IDder'date oft expressions of 'praise and City Institution will prove the winner '' ,
are cheaper better and more rreat'virtue.. Is also pending to increase the
the 224. and still the of tour.Lets a In spite of the extraordinary report
majority good will which must to bind
serve productive ways of taking an outing aries of the state attorneys and tt !
:
rendered by the Joint legislative committee
have been returning home_ the two the two countries closer together In than going.away from_home and the SCHOOL VACATIONS. Ttlfted'the general considered that the
which college on
:: .months last'past.. Another reminder that mutual interest and friendship Floridian Is over blessed with them. of,our cabinet officers are sang
Now that the public schools have
its verdict
then earned
and
tJIat'It safe the sixth
Is not to leave Florida In which makes for the peace't of the Hundreds yearly realizing the fal- too low. :
are
and closed for the term and there art four around the capitol nearly two weeks

April- ,,.. !. ,_da1.' world. It Is high pralBe'ev n for Mr. any of this Indulgence and either go long months of Idleness or relief from before turning it In. This remarkable Although the bin providing for.tsslstant '. '

Reid to say that he. Is a worthy successor to the native seashore or some of the by to the Attorney Caeral'1
studies before their children, every report was so obviously Inspired
ry A perusal of,the Metropolis wm convince of Mr.. Choate. other numerous State resorts In the been defeated the agitation has at'
1 parent in Miami should make a specla. malice as to prove something of a
the most skeptical that It has a heated term In preference to seeking events draws attention to the fact I
I effort and a study of methods to keep boomerang, and ,the 11lUmate'resuh .
high standard- with the advertisement! WATER IN STREETS.The distant climes to melt In the heat and certain that brer-looked official can not to i
will be simply to discredit politicians
this
their offspring occupied during
a why Because advertisers want to be taxed for the, very breath they; estimation and son be expected to attend to theme 1
1' in the public
period in some manner that win prevent
reach the people; they:Are their patrons breathe. duties of his position.* and it.:
heavy rains of yesterday-the them from losing an Interest In strengthen the university .
4: 'and their ;;.support, and theypatronize ; same time bold himself into re
r the tbat'reache&thegreatest first of the summer-should show the their studies and forgetting that Senator Crane had very UtUe troublein
A .. paper RUSSIA'S PREDICAMENT. bin cope with the best-and beet.;
uniform text-book
number of the' public.::That's ctiy authorities very conclusively that knowledge already acquired. forcing his corporation lawyers of the country:!

why the ,Metropolis .Is popular and there Is much needed work to be done Everyone realizes that It Is vacation through the Senate and the House
Again have the guns of the Japanesewar i had'even behalf' of the Railroad C
less In killing It last Saturday
before the water will off the thoroughfares
successful
." run vessels belched forth fire and shot, time and.every parent appreciates the morning. The Johnson bill'shared This fact I* now so wen eats .
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; after a deluge. In .many and again have the Russian ships and 1 fact that their children need rest and that we"lhaU probably near no'
the same fate and In the Senate the
'The growth of tiles city: Is evidenced I places In the streets It stood 1 pud sailors gone down in utter defeat and : recreation and It,Is not expected that for the present of the complaint I
bill was indefinitely
,.r )n'many-ways.: In' every'part of theN dIes and lakes with no means of es destrncUon.whlle'according to reports any of them will be denIed that pleasure MeCreary, This end for the present postponed the outside counsel are too often etnp '

,city new houses are' being built as : cape. Water' will not runt up bin and the Japanese suffered but little dam I but in so doing it Is not necessary aviation for a change in this direction: Inother departments of State. i.

l fast'as; hammer' saw findtrowet'eanput :: I therefore It la necessary1 that; the age. The victory for Japan while that they should be turned Ioosehand and it is certainly striking comment

them 'up. Every one Is 'occupied streets be so graded that It' will flow outclassed In both number of ships and foot to,go.and do as they please ary'upon our political system that the PUR SCHOOLTEACHER,
and there Is 'a _demand, fore more If to the catch basins at thestreet had been ; ,
intersections and fighting equipage, In this time. Careful attention to the objection most commonly urged
Miami:will continue the,gait,she Is and thereby bearded Into pre.llcted-though not so thorough and its I '
child and efforts towards pleasureand .against this uniform textbook Idea is It regretable. It true, that
,:now making she-wUl be one of the i '
the river and bay. complete.. benefit! will be productive of making that It would facilitate the peculiar and 'Dad.} county are to lose tong, ,,,

commercial. capitals of the'Soatli'before The rainy season' Is now at hand This last blow will no doubt as It Its :vacation pleasant and profit process kr."wn as "cnrunc.At .* more of their valued and corns

r many years have gone and downpours can.be expected at frequent should ihatter all hopes Russia had able. Otherwise will be as that the time the Jacksonville charter school Instructors after the cioVJ;

y3 and long interval clarinc the of turning reverses' into,victory, and much time wasted for a child without bill was vetoed one would have the present term today, f.
; The highest price paid for land1In has ,
ever
her for. She -
J force to sue
peace. -
entire summer. The health of the 'never thought Lout the tone of
training and restrictions win certain members In no other branch or part eat
this .L350,060 for I .
,
country was a
been fairly and honorably beaten
city Is at stake and unless the streetsare amount much either that the administration need expect
i lot' tottery as a student training of childhood Is corn
85 feet In New'York.
square ,A sanltable both on land and .sea. In a war she I
consideration at the hands of
made by grading and citizen. no
lot corner of Broad and Pine street or a ,and character; more to be sought 1

I cost$261.C7 square foot:..blchls 'at fining so that the water can and will 1 an forced enemy upon who her Is fighting triumphant in the enemy.rtPt; Make the ,summer vacation both the House. But oil has evidently been i In the school room. It is,there:

', run off after heavy rains. It will be I pleasant and beneficial to child poured upon the troubled waters-at SIs
the rate of $11,500.000 an acre. A lot and for the right Her troops, and your :the child has Its
:on the corner of Broadway: and Wall Jeopardized,to a very grave extent. sailors have struggled heroically and and yon win have performed the duty any rate two of Governor Broward'spet there that that knowledge amy '.'
have
propositions slipped through .
'street-la held at'$400 a square,foot Let' the city' street gang''stop anOther i faithfully for their COu trTI'' cause. yon owe'tt as a parent and the school the House, leaving scarcely a'rlpple to carry It to a successfulIn < ,.

which Is at the rate .of $17,408,000 an work for the present and buildup The slaughter has been terrible and room as a patron.UNKNOWN life la Injected aad Impressed. ;.
behind. The drainage bill
acre. That is a pretty" good' price" for the grades In the places where the ..It ,Will be even worse In the future carrying with It, on the day passed following first i It Is there that the Intellect' and 1

.land.'. rains of yesterday show water will unless 'peace Is restored. Japan no STEAMER ASHORE.An the constitutional amend lag of the present will be
necessary
t'y ttr
stand wlth'no means of escape. It doubt; win accept It,.but 'never offer unknown steamer south bound ment Next came the insurance bill Into a monument of the future.. !,.tIn

:" The Fort Pler e- News In advocating may. be necessary,'In.fact It would it. .Why'should'she? ran ashore'on one_ of roe numerous which In spite of an the talk, passedthe acquiring these.results'Batten.'

s; the upbuilding. and development' seem entirety so, that the city engineer This will compel Russia to make lumps off Bear's Cut last Fridayafternoon House on third reading last Fri pends upon the educator having !

,- of that town" cites Miami as model give grades-that .ae workmen the, advance for a cessation of hos but fortunately was only on day without a word of debate. 'The training of the ehd'ln! hand and',

to' follow and asserts that,If 'energy can !know to Just whit,height they tilities. She must'accept' one of two a few hours when'she worked off by last named measure Is want is !known him more than one quality la"-

f' and push,are' Indulged th&t'lt win must build the:pavement'to' t ,pVeVentthe alternates: end the war or confront- an I her own power and' proceeded on her as the "administration bin" It Is much sary for success. One may be s..ted .

," soon be 'second. only to 'thll'cltJ., in accumulation: of water, that has Internal revolution that would ultimately :voyage. less radical and far reaching than the and trained to the highest ;p
.
s thriving East Coast' ,towns. Miami as Its only escape' the, absorption of result In the overthrow of i' This, however did not prevent the bill introduced by CapL ohn. but of 'perfectIon and still not ,be a"g ."

lias. got 'em an guessing' and amazedat the earth The matter Is ODe of vital the present government Even now It wreckers In port from getting on to there is a wide difference of opinionas teacher of, others. He' may.

her'strides., and while.she, "cares Importance to the,health of the city may be too late to. avert the cata .. the fact that she had gone aground to the reception this insurance Idea may not. have.the tact oflmpr'

not how many come ro' d there Isa and community and 'can not'be given trophe. The fires of revoiuUon wen and two or three schooners Immediately is to meet with in the Senate. The fact and injecting the knowledge'of;|
i 'determination In heart and j
every attention too early.. It, Is' of greater banked as- It'were., for the time In- cleared with wreckers aboard. This hat so few days now remain of the own brain into that of others. .HiV,
mind ,that no"other shall come firstIn
necessity than some of the work now tervening .before the last meetingof was aboift 8 o'clock last night but on session is, of course against the bill her personality be obj ,
: this neck 'o the woods.Albtan'W..loargee. may
: being pushed. .. the opposing! fleets; aU hopes an getting to the place wjiere$ the vessel but as this Innovation is known to be to those, under their care; they
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hearts, all eyes of Russia were directed had been they found that she hal dear to the Governor's heart, his
American Consul be objection;.no popular ani rethough
to the ,event ,In, which their friends in the house
VALUE OF'TREES. worked off and upper may mus
at Bordeaux, Frtnce"-durlng' the I last hope for' success was centered. gone. ter sufficient strength to put the bill trying hot to beso, .. In such-I
earS. Is dead.. The stances they are a failure and abe
last.eight ) name It has been shattered, hearts sad
Recently the building:of one of: NAT CRUMP CAPTURED. through. It is much to be hoped that
,of Tourgee became, familiar to many dened and homes cut in gloom. The such will prove to be the for weeded out
the foremost leading educational institutions i Asheville case m
N. C. May 27. Nat
people through his novels: relating: to In the ,South, 'surroundedby situation! J is appalling, and the smould Crnm the outlaw, for whom spite of the prejudice against the In. An educator besides being Old'

the war "A Fool. Errand: and of ering fires that are curbed In hatred a rewardof novation in some quarter there metally should be possessed! of1
a campus stately and aged trees, $i50 has been can '
j "Bricks. "Without Straw". being among was burned. The trees however were and N'Volt'for' the government that offered dead or alive be little doubt that the adoption of the greatest of all powers a wlnnlj.

.the-more otable.- Hew. a native of but slightly damaged, but the occurrence plunged the nation Into a war,spreadIng for the shooting of Clay Grubb at Salisbury Governor's Idea would keep at home personality. He should be of '

Ohio,' served lathe. Federal army,and brought dIscuSsioI1: the eub- destitution and want throughout ; last Monday, was capture today millions of dollars that are. now seat disposition and character j to..

yte."a lived In, North; Carolina, for sixteen bet of which were the most tamable. ; the land .will now no doubt burst'orth by the sheriff and posse after a out of the State to be used la wan himself a place In the heart and! <

year. after.the war.. To many the the trees or the buildings. "'I'can tell again unless speely actions' are desperate fight Crump was seriously street operations.The of the child he attempts to train.":

"name taken to end the struggle that has wounded In the fight craze for investigations Interest should be Its Interest
of-Tourgee calls,up scenes of yon which I had rather have burned continues la i

yXa: other day ,. said a citizen, "'the' Building That !been of the bloodiest and most disastrous'combsts The Journal Is supporting C. H. I and the animated spirit behind school room they should be a*

be in the history of the Bliss some of theee "smelling committees" and In the home his should 1
can ,replaced _In a year, or two. primary nominee for mayor of -name

t The KOOO.Ott; Meal:of the rtL'1a- Many of.the trees It has taken"thirty world and. warfare. \ Pensacola. ,while the News is urging I unfortunately bears. much greater resemblance cherished and praised. Then win :

delphla ifepnbllcan Council is thus-re years or, more-'to crow,cC while .others the candidacy of a Mr. Shine an Independent .I to private malice than to calling.or professlon.be a success i

se ferred to by the kepubllcan'FDRadel- of them have stood for a century, be- THE PRESS. aspirant' the offlce.wlth public spirit To put it quite plainly the achievements great _''f

shaped Into the the resort that one of the bit. the desire to besmirch and befoul the ,-
phia Plea;: \Ve can recall no parallel ng magnificent monuments I most Those teachers retired" from
ift which"WHS of nature they are." Speaking the other day in New ter political campaigns ever 'conducted Jennings' administration Is becoming Dade schools .
tto outrage:\ pen r county are possessed
: York Whltelaw Reid American Ambassador in that Is altogether too obvious and it is evident ,
* trated at the city, hail on' TbursJay. There Is at least food for reflection city being waged betweenthe these qualities. They are loved
In* what. this citizen .said and : to. Great Britlan, aalJ to his two papers and the supporters of that the Legislature is gradually
stands alike their
i- It unequaled and unappronched inspected by 'sup
yet we are going on beadlessly build- colleagues of the press: the warring offlceseekers. In support- catching on to the fact. The sup
in the history of municipal crime Tammany I the school board and school sup
,
lug up cities without paying any attention faT I presume a little on this! I lag the"primary nominee and thereby plementary report on the Insane asylum

-Hall, even In' the.heydey; of to the growing of trees or would like to take the liberty of polnt- acquiescing In the desire of the ma. had not at the time these lines tendent-and In leaving the ...

.'Twed's most daring brigandage,Beret. making any provision for them. The lag out that other work may now bring ority of the people of ,that city to. were written been rendered by the and positions so creditably filled .

dreamed,of such colossal pillage. The i forests should ,be protected and the different duties. 'No one I trust, will have Mr Bliss as Its chief executive !I special Nobles committee nor had Dr: honored to take up like callings. :!1'

plain truth stigmatises It as the foul I planting of trees In every city and ever find me unmindful of the rights the Journal Is foUowng party policy Gwynn. the former suANpitendent of other counties and States the

deed of the black, flu.and It can only I village In the land :encouraged, or and the net claims of the profession and Democratic doctrine and there '! the institution been accorded the simply wishes of patrons scholars and

-4- tt relieved_from the odium of piracy else It,wQl,not be many years before I honor most In the world and I am Is Uttle doubt but that Mr. BU.; win i courtesy of a hearing although he public go with them together with I

'by:a confession of the 'must reckless these noble and 'necessary: creations proudest to have served There landed a winner. Independentsand If Ifbe had come all the way from West Virginia hope that Dade county nay bej

Improvidence and protilgaey! In magnitude of nature win have been so reduced u Is another phase of our newspaper Independent supporters usually to tell his side of the story. Some fortunate In securing their su'

, and turpitude It Is*unmatched, to leave but, a,fragrant"and:memory activities that:merits 'more get the rote where the chicken got the queer things happen In Tallahassee. as It was unfortunate la losing

In the"story;of. spoliation.1,:* of their past,'grandeur and r service consideration from an'of.us serious axe I One of the queerest of these things who have not been..found, wanting.!!


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L' b.r.by 5th w that the*foUowinc described lands 'wtn be sold at public' .
Os tbs third, O) day of July. IS*, at MlamU to the County of bade, I f-i'e
of Florida or so much tbenof.111 be necessary to pay the amount /t

.for and taco adrertisinc herein: let forth opposite to thesame. I together with J cost of such" .) OWKER r I DESCRIPTION OF LAND .1'II i I Acns +ehBent. ;Hi! owr u; 'D scaIPTlor's> J, i Acres !i.A i. '





Jl? OWNER DESCJUrTIO or LLXD Acres ii- .; .. Crews ..... ... Jot U. b G elty of Miam! north .r.I: ...... 1mWm .H of of of

li : e. H E TuU.. rlver': ........... IoU t 1 U and 12 b Kcity of I J Bead ................... ...... ...... eH wH sw H ofW14 .. .! "
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C 100 Miami north .......... ..... .. .. .. ...... of new'of"nw"i""of swv'e 1 USQ rt
I"-- h'si:. ArtlOD ............... ..... Jot n. b 46 dl,. of )(laml Dortb ;; .. .. 1 A W Beed ............... ....... ..of nwH of nwH of wH ...... toisijc' 1 y
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11. Mickel lot L b n city of Miami north .. .. .. .. 164N of 1.L1

M. Platt ......, .. nett of M14 ....................... I!I 33 I 40 1.5 a- H Groan ................ ... Job t and 10 b n.city.. of Miami "" Tho Portean ............_. ... neH DW of H swH ol wV sw H..a.. .EH_...of.. I"WI= IS
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1.I lli 40 tot 12
S4 of ne'. : b 4 deed X 417! : '
E Klcholda.. ............. eH of ...,, .............;..... 20383S9B I fO! Ze6 W Montgomery .............. Int b'O city of Miami north ...... j g. Chap Parry ................. .. .. tot 1 b 1 sub ....?....... 10MI 1* 14
M Platt wli of >4 ... :5 39'39 iO S OG U E Tutti.. receiver ........... lots 11 to 20 tnelu.. b &I. city E F Karlsen ... tot t 2 b 4 sub div ...... lkMl/ 14
M Platt. ... of .se. ne4\ ............... !II '39| to I'156r03Y of Miami north ................. ...... 5.74 Anderson Eia.on... .... ot 4 b I and lotib 6 ...... :
... .. 2VUI4
Idemeyer *._Plait,.. ..... :ku 4i or ...4 ....... .. 40 1.5 C L Xlmam8 ... ...... lot J b 68. city of MIamI oorth .. .. .. ...... W E Peteraon ................ .1..... ...... _' ,j : I OS .t
M Platt < r ,_ of and .w %.. 5391 117.02 1.4 Fort Dallas Land'Co'.......... Iota 4 and 1 b it city of Tbos- Brown ...................._ tot fl 16 daVe:!: '5j 1 1JL3t
stt or .
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W. Herrtnc north ................... .. .. .. ... .. .. .' r..J
ne'i .. .. *39 M> r.O<> : 15 OUf ..... ..... .... tot : 27 .. r.* ......
Mmeyer Brooker43.vllelam .. .' or of and a! of raw U 3'15 j | U7C 3.< Fort Dallas Land Co ........... lot Jii b 14 city of Miami ... .. .. ...... W Zt.riat. ......... ....... lot 13 b 9 town of HallaDdaJe.. .I| IM
....._ .. 4 ne U i :: A. B Cron .......... ........... .. 7 116 feet .4 I ortora : L4L2S>
> f. V ..............: 7 56'39 70104 31 .Iota and L D b Miami.. J W ................ .. tot 2 wH b 7 and tot 3 I 10 ; _... .
"Gallattsrheak '' ... ......... ...... .....: 7'56'39 10104 31 54U of Mum! north ..... .. .. .. ...... Sarah M Donaldson .;....... ... part of swH or of nw i( 1'r1 I I '
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H E ........... !
Karoo. .. ... n" of ertt .... :.;39 IJO.I. LOG Tutti. reeeJv.r .iota ::. Z3 and 24. b 53 02.02I Pruicllla Scott ............ ...... deed book 1 pace .......... I'52 ICI tin LB i3I
nk Blaren ? :sVi of ne% of .. K and nwlOf f I Miami north .......... .. ......... ...... a H of nwH of nwV>k............ 2LK

Dewhant SW}% ........ :(" w"1 0028 j 31 Chaa Perry ....................... lob 23 and :4 b N city of Mi I I T O Ryan e......___ sH nH of wH of tot t o
nw'and .wt' Brerard .............. .. .o ..... ... .. !
rkLooardOossman nH of nwH of 1556':49' ami north ........ .. .. .. ...... u. COD 1 1 ITS
of nw% of nwi ......:.. : 30 171 8 K McGee, ..................... lot 12 b Q city of Miaml'north .. .. .. ...... l.fiD part of"nw of"neH dead boot I I
'..._ ... nwi4 .................. ......... .. 7196'29' : 16020 1.14 .J T Cash Jr ........... ........Jot J4 b C1 city of Miami DOrtb .. .. .. ...... 1.65 C C PUp....:........ ........ 14, pace 473. .... ........... II'( 11 ITS
Ritchie ._._. ...".. ... ....... ........ l.;ft.77 1.54 C C XcfulieD ........... ........ lot Iii b 67 city of Miami north .. .. .. .., LlG aw'4 of 5 | t 14C
-X. o. .w'4 ........ 1 M ....... ........ .. ? Hampton fe TaylorMary .......... ... a. nw'Tof i'.J.. 4VS
: 15.i 83.:3 John .I bunaa .. .
Sanders ....... : .... eH lot 11 b Q cltZ of Miami north .. ...... 1..6J of :r'
................... a T
Beckwlth.. .. seS4 of Be* of !w4......... 166. JO I.::; Robt Welborn .......... ........ lOb J and :2 b .;0. city .r )(1amIIIOnll A Mo ... of le!. 5 .maid =: a 144
L. ... of H of ne%.. 6 .w ..... ........... ........... .. .. ...... ... ... n deed book Z I 1
...... n"of \. ne :11440 .. ...... :7:5: E of JJJrrcc 1
...... .... 1 p
,E'jUlsbrook.... .... .. ". .,14, of nw4 of seH and se' ,11t5H 3 Jones ........ ................ lot 4 b 77 city of Jd'laml nook .. .. .. ...... 124' Bl ............... ,I '4 ..'....................*. .. :4U 1.
V1JU Brown ........... So:! US,36M'4l1 ............ ... ... -. /
of nw 4 of rtiH tl ..J W Erickaoo lot. 1 and 2 a 5u feet b 'II city ............... of fractional *H DO I
k Rosa ....... -, of nwV, of ee'4 of sw%" ..... i 114 of Miami 001:111.: ............. .. .. .. ...... 1.73 M W A J CurryElsie pnn 343 ...... .t.... 10 LBI
__ .. n*<4 of neH of .w Rutherford
Hutb.s ......... 10 J.65 .. J.Je .
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ne.. ,Fort Dada Land Company lOb J and :t ny b 76 city of Mtanil of seH of J
k' 6 offsnw'4, off.w'f seV4 of ew 24)II1(1) north .. .. .. ...... of ."', of neH deed boot I
Bnell ..... .. .. .v H 10. John F. Roberts ................. pr 0" ..
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of .. feet oe n200foot.lot. ...
H" of sw>4 and .w'4 of seU 1.7r..7 Fort Dallal Land Company IoU a ill ptife IT* .. 1

swK ..... .. ................ : 40 10 1.1I4 US 8 and 10...: .b 76 city.. .of Miami I M Kolb ........... ..... ..:...... part of nwU of sw'i Mat .1. if; U
Richmond _wU of .. 4 of eH IK V 4-i 'north" ... ............ .. .. ...... 1 tIC acre sold book 1 pacpert'of'iiw'vi
th M. ...r. -.. n<4 of sH of ..... of neU....... 3GI5, ; 10 2'.S Fort Dallas Land Company. .. lot n b 79 city of MIAmi IIOMh .. .... ...... 1.14 J31 IBS
Mineola Joyner of nor( of nw% and wH of 1i Fort Dallas Land Company .... Int I. b !I.'t. city of Mlamlnorth .. ...... 444 ........, aeeU'bonk"p"pai.
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A ntd. E. Mehrlncannte nw>,4 of neVJ ....... ..-... ; 40 6.74 Phillip Haa. .......... i.......... lot U b !II: city of Miami aortb .. .. ...... ..U : A GL'Ln. ,4J 114
nwH of nwH of nwK" of ne>.. Til3S40! Joaeph H Day ............... .... lot 1& b N city of Miami north ... ..1". ...... Uti .................. .. .u'a div; "nui' 7 ':::::::::'.::::: 1'I"; x
e* of neH of ne>4 of nwlt" and.w'4 I 5 \\' A :-.1.;: .... ..:....... ......... lot 25 b M t"lty of Miami north .... ...... i.4: John Sndr....... ... ...... .. b 24 Plerce's sub dlr Lena:1 I s 3
of net of rely of nw VwH :: | 10. tat! .I Bond. truatee .................lot I b f1 city or JoII"tnl north .. .. .. ...... I.J.i: E '"In. on CUr. .... ... 1.b11 .1
ofne of swtfpert JO 1.11. Kat. B Skate ................. Iota' U and 12 b Jot of )(1- b 25 sub'temoa I : ,.
.. of ."4 of ne4 % :S6K4W1: 1 city ........... .... ... lot R
A .,.. ... ... ot oe 16of lie i4 of sw 1. amt north .................. ... .. .. ..1.1 ..... 'ft T FarcerDorothy ... City ......P'. .. ... .......! ......
t Stelnhaosar +-- deed w pac 11& ...?.. .6'751401 Z 1.1.45: 11 E McBride ................... x2ht., :! 1. 2 and 1 Ire city of ... ...... lot t. 1> 2 Pierre's sub dlr Lea- I I .
I sub dls. ... ... .Age lAt Miami nnnh ........... ........ ..!..... .. n- Drummer City ..... .................- H3UIS.43:;: ...... 5 ,
L Jenkins fi.J .- ._. .-.. lot 3 t a sub div .. ? ? ....1 12C13 I l4O\\ 1 u.It F. CIAni", ...... .. lot 1:0: b 1m city of Miami north ,''".I. ..:::: i4. .............. k.O. 1 to IS Inrluvl** b !D 1 j j .
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..... .... ....... .. lot c Clara
i Tach I Fort Dallas Land Company".. lot U b 113 city of Miami north.. ..... ...... 1'4:; J pierce' sub div Lemon Clly _. ,
eg. deed IK. totsof "
E Snellcror ..v........... p b Cutler .book. ..p........ ISit'' 1.10 .::; Fort Dallas Land Company _.lot 11 b lJii city of MIAmi north ..f". .. ...... 143 lUtcbettII .......... .. lot KH lemon lily deed ban 5r11 ,
Fort Dallas Land Company ...lot 1'1. 11 and 12 b 1:1 city of TUlle ..W Pace 111 sub dl"
obit Petit ... -...- ........ n<.4n' of of s.Vi.. of U ne of%air of, ne'4 of swVi...,.... r.7'.i!: 5 It U 1.4: Miami north ............... ..... .. ...... 14.:1 Lemon City .Pn' ........._ ..: S.M4JI
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P L Swindell .?.?..._ .. .. 1.:4 HE Tuttle. receiver .--....... and 19 b 129 city of MI- I .
John Bbtren .. ....,,.. a.%. of aw'4ofa.ofs.le of sett of swj...of :7ji j to1 .10.J7 nortb .:........ ... ........ ..1.. .. ...... III!: L Hoffman ................. part of tots 4 and 7 deed boo .
Stelnhauser ,. .. ...... of nH M pace ore Plerce's sub ON.
; .*of' .?..?.. ?.. zrv3,40 2.M 1.2t! J R t'K.nale .................... a'1t of nw4 .... t acre .old... : ( 4S altA lemon City ........... ...... 1 tl'la

C Cannon r. ... part sH of .w U" ..of.. 1w.deedbook 3 I 40 3 I 724z S Cal\fott ................ ...... pw% of ni. of aw is ...... 3&4,41: 1'1 I 7..3 j j McLausnlln ........._- .. part tot 0 and 7 deed book I. Ti \
W. pa** Y deed"bookV. Chas H Perry ......... ......... n4 of6 of nw 14 of .".y........ JO 14 i pace Itt Per'* aub LemoOty J
1'Boeka ..... .. part of ne, of sw;*... $ 70 L'Ji Ida L Chaae .. .........".......... .. li of ... t4 of aw \\4........ i'54' i 10 45v ...... ................ ;
pace UG aw deed book ;, ; 1 0 Foster...................... nt4 of aw 4 of aw Y ........... "M'41 3B 2G:; Foulard .., .."-.. ... part. tot 7. deed book K pac .ca.. $
RB Booker. ........ .... part of troll of......4...... ......... LSo/6i' 148 U4 Scale 4 Doe .... .......... .. .of ney .......... ........ .... C.MI4U .1 1G i )1"r 275 1..D dlr LenwOty H \ *
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I. 34g .
pace. R K Fink ... .,.... ............. part .ei4 dlM'd book J4 page r 'f'Sfn' 13 3.45 ITS
oH of ... of neU of nwK of.... 21M140 10 2.25VTtl D Jo1 Join,.... ........ ..........._. ""' ( of Ie.. of.. .......... I/I'r..n] 1G 1.81 1.27; j J scobs ?.......... .... ...... lot I. sub div plat book B page 4. 3U 7 144
eH., ae'4 of> nwK.....and.sw'i......nit. Jot 1.14 D W M..cnmb .................;. n% of n. .4 of aw 4 .......... U143 :0 1.5 tN II 8 Whltmore ................. lot < sub dlr plot book B paceundivided 0 a{ ,141
y of re 4 ..1 17157 Jm 16425'A' Samuel Rhodes EataIA .......... raw 14 of ale, of .w 7t' and sty 1 1 L Wtdmeyer ......... ..... H KM I Cabbots pub 1%
JennlncH .. .. nH of aeH and nH of nw %- of ....,., of aw 4 lea lots pokl dlr tot 4.j..._......... '
Low*) ? eH of se% .?>_............. ... 100 %.00 Mary ckel.... ....1. .......... part b I decd book M page u 151411 31 .U. Harrison ...... ., .... .... tot i .......... .-- ....).. ra4v.' ;
tt Lowe-.. all fractional ..... ... ::$1,40, 'Z" L:4 McDonald ..unPent horns I/1 Robt HenBrickson............ lot 1 lea* 44 acre. aol .....:. 7541111 IS U

Bros 43o. undivided Lot U. Plat ot Age stead ............ ....... ....... A 8 ......... .. ... .. nw H of sw H ....... ....... 290'
? ........ ... .. 19 7'r1 :u:; :I''L4UIPen'bnm.stead I 1 Smith ; 4.44
.... .... .. LG Stone .
: .
bello n. lBMcK..Ie-__...._._. lot I.b 10 JoIC'D0naJ4 au".., .. ....... .-. ... undivided H of E H of ....? r 41 tt Cl
Fraator .--... part of eHof ...'& deed book R 512'41 ........ '' '1 I Jus Coprhart _........ .. .w\i of nw 'H ..............._. 33.4114342htl 1. 144ll
pace 143.-.... ,... I..7:1t :' R. R. McCormick ................ lot 7. b 11. McDoGaJel surrey Dj I;;41G1 J li John Oonowltter..:. ...... ." .. ... nw l4 lots ............. 4 *> Zt
Field a in
nth I.. +Wrltht ........ ..: ... nw'i of nwi4" less i arro..old.. 17':10\41 311\4I 031. :.14 -. Pont homestead .. % >! I I K 8 Stokes ...".......... .-.. nH of of ............. a.L.

sh K. Dantorl. Estate.... 'tart lot 3. deed .book.......B., pace.... ..9... 4D41! N :j111 Ellen Albury ...._ .. .......... lot 1. t 4. and b 13 McDonald 154'41'I I I Inrn 1 1.U H C Mathll ....... ...... ..... part tot 3 and part lot,. 4 kH. TCT'01' .
Hew River .Trust .-..,_.-.. ."4 of aw% ? Pent oo..t..ul ...... Ml ; 120 acre deed .bt .Y
,Ja* T Wad ',-..... eH. of aeV. h....I.......,?..,. .. r. <<"l1 40 225t4i 0:; B F Rlchsrds .............._.....put b n dead book. I pate 100 lIY D /:t11 n 3101 illG I !IIi i pmice k4G14..1.. ... 20J3M
.Harriett E. McBrid ....* ... of nwH acre sold- 'It U4 Lola Williams ......... ......... lot CIi b 28! Fro.. 1Io..d ...961111: I Elizabeth Olfford ..-....... .. part d booty U pap .
J.O Truvnaa ....M.. ..MV ,.e% leaf 41 acres sold 36a241 115 tllp .43 M T lIteIII ......... ._.......l It >D. Fro- bomeatnd.140i' 1.15fb i lit. ..'..?. _...... 20' 174 .y
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'41 f J LlII. I H S..tlnlr ................_. lot %1. b Frow'a. lIolDHt-.l.. I-54'4U ...:.:.:. M J Gal .................. ....... ..." Of ew f( .w...:::--...: %:eC' N 134

-?;Clara L Goodhul .,m lot 10. eH Tatnm'a .ub of sweVt U &3I J' H S..tloe ................... ot %I. b S1 Fl0W P bome.tead.. 96441: ...... L:5..:::. I A N Barker ........... .......... ow' of m4 %C M' tNACI
.Job* Sander ... of'aeH of. swH toss UCT4W B R Thompson ................. Iota 4 aDd b3Ii Prows horn.t I Gilford ........... ... of oi"w"H"deJd"boopart i
Sold ................ :.&. O I'll pP. .......
& stand ............. ..... ....... % : ..... Eubtb } : a
Pete.. .. pert""of ...% deed book .. pap LTU'53'0: : U., aNe..bold. ......... .......:.- part nwt4 of uw tl lot IsM fHI I tai IS Elizabeth Gilford .......... ... of a. of'seir'deed b I I .U
ry Pat 3ft ........................ ...,.... 1 i in Pe Corner Flow's horns- I I,I U pac !.. .. ...- ... JI krri
of of seHsubdlTlston .......... iJ I.13lr.s .44 ... ........... c& 'U
part se H. .?. >41 .t. '! Pracockla out :1'54'01 .:c 1.G J .................... eH of e'4 of ... 16 u*
C S of H of nH.subdUlslon 6 R A 8 Peacock :...... ........ iota S and it M Gl f a lot- .at .
D of sH of n"... 12'3'01; .1 div ; ........._.......?..... J I H P 1)1 ................. .... deed .

w PM. ._.--.. IUbcU"h oft N of .... of nH I l3'511412' 4L3IE3'41m .C t lot I Munro'. plat of .ub dh .Je4at: .... t.:s l1dh1eJe... .. .book-0..pac... .
aktwwa .. -, .. pan of nwH deed book 3, par '' BeD N".bold estate .............part Jot l dc130 Net off north ? nctmld' .... !. 41 S I';
144 ... .... .......i : 18633S341. end Xondue'. plat of pub ell.... a'G' E .... ...---.... and..' ? 1e .
e. ? 21; ...... J IpDo team lot soil : 4T
lot :deed book c. pas: 71....; ... .... L45IUi301 23 lot t. lot ,
.
Armour nUTC0f A Co i.e>._.-* -T..e.>s-.*.*..W peH of swU'" ....:.. ............. to 1.4,53JO Samuel JthoIe' .atate .......... bIb 24, 40. "- ft' G 7 i f I ( Lai.Worth Fruit Company.-.. wH and of ..and......fractional. aJ .
of < of swU ..:............ i3 Rh.s plat tlf new BJ.-.yn. 1 S ,
.._. eH se 4 LIII 4 .... I Gaa'a'Look.. ,
I J.X d Gorton Baakla .?.?.? -? >H of seH of seH. of neH ....' 14:53: 41 b 1.iu1mio' 8 Rhodl'd -e.tab _.............I 1. L I at" to 1 Indusirr II I le Lake Worth* Fruit Con any.... lotm1tm 1 ami .20...._......- ... 7 tC .. get
,...- w"A of seH. deed.book P..... Iota b i I Wortital. QC ..
F OM.U* ,?? ? I Rhode.' pct of n 1 ..... W HarroU .............. .. '. Lake Woh plat _.._ LK1gC1O1
1S .
*- '.... .. .. part"o"f'sw\t"o"f"se'"ii"deed bookSub 1. LlLl a' B._.............. ..-.... lot C b U Rho pcBianayt l'sC I } 414 0 Clew ........ ....... ..-. lot M Gale's Lak Wo. plt .

k rllary.T Morse ? .t T. pace (4 ............ .......:...;. 14'530 .1 BJ. ..... .... .... .... 1 ..... x U D lleodrickson ............ .- ubdlr A tot 1 p b a
.. 8 Rbodr'a estate ................ : : "oi
div 17 of sH of seH .. .. 143741 JOt 14I wb1 dli anM
Yams i msda ... sub div 9 of aeH of of .*.... 14'M'41' ..:sl'.1Ii. 2.Rhode.' plat of now B n'1 I G R Dan...... ............; B lot 1 plat book. Apace l +

CMa AhnM* ........ sub div 4* of .% jof seV ....;. 14oiJ'41' ........ ,, .... .. -. .1 ...... sub dlr. L of tot plat book .A' .1G :41M'20.M
sub dir 0 of se-4 of oei ...... ua'4i 1 8 I bo. at. -- I" .JO .ee t'aetlonauIand; IMi Tho Ad ................
neK .................. '.... 31'510'M'' II 2 Rbtid.V plat of hew Ebd'r"N"tor's "plaT"buok""!A 21M,
"uwoe J.E ............. Tho ................_.. 'I
...... .
...... ... ..... sH of seH ... Blr. ... .- Adm
B tlmtth 'Of:1 boon f21I'4l B Rhoda'. N tt'........ .... t ".tt. 10. n b I 1 L I'GI' 2'
jt, ,Domerrttt of neU r se Z 1''j ; ............_...... :?dlr RJ t plat book '' u
plax Rhoda. I
171 .... ........ .. 2SIS341815X41: 31 ; play of new Blatt n. Tho Adam l :
VK pace _. .. ..... ftsab .. ... ..... ..... .. ..
...... 6 a its L I. and i % pac (75 tar
b
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.. sub Ur 1 of nH of tetApart ,J N. ,
Coate : I .....
ohnathan R pl. Tho Adams ..................... Lbti. i J !7Jts
risen Mulberry ...: F. pace of Be*It of...:-ee' *.?d.dbrok-_--... 24:53': 2 Henry .--b ........-........ ... to 2.b a Rpitt'of ,'e 1 ...... Ln Tho Adam* ..................-. sub dlv.N tot* 1 sad"pia. k

part F. pace of se4 f .of..L_set.(.. deed.....bookprt ... 24: 471 I LU a .RhodoY ttab ................ Iota llWwyne' ...and.....n'"b .....Rb'.o.nw... 3IIIVCI i I ......\ J0 Thom A4...................... = pac R.ffl tot> i"jt i"j Ja! 19VA
CrCi

"Wartha Sawyer .. T..pace of ...ITS of ....... deed. ....book..... 4sz10: 1 ,su: A.. ................... .'pt ... onsyoltjtodej sC .. U ,Et Coast R..a7C"D t Palm.'.. .... :..u : .... Ilt r
Blo \ ...... .... ........ M 14 b S u
.. .H ofnH of n&4 of .N(........, %5 1031g 1. .III plat of new BI"'U'1. Rf CI. at. r
Vartln 3I'i Townsend oart of nw. U of aeH. .....-.. f' ZUS31411: 4.7&I 1.15 A B Pratt .......-..............nwu of D. i4 R.p1.1 of tl" I 1 :.3 U I tot West 12. Palm 13 and 14 b U Clow-.I : C ...... U
........... I Florida East Coast Railway t
.. .. -. deed book T Gar ...... .... .... wi4 Bly ,.'. k> I f! 4 U4 Company | to West Palm rwac ,: : .. 1H
Koal* .__. part of deli ot .- K"I .1 j" at and 7 b It <*>WitddKWm ..alcl .
C c I I &.
L pace 2O .... .......... K3I41I2WSXI41 1.1!5 book V .......... I Florida East Coat RailwayC.snlaul Palm Beach. .1
; S Chapman....-.."..... sH of ..." of'.e..,...._.. .. 4.N F 8 -................ lot I Ib U Miami _atb...... ...... R4S to 12 west b CtoW ; Z 0f501 .. 114 fF121t4tll
j Hoyt ..?.. .-.. -...... nwU, of nwU" of DoU. rfi3lt! 5J ,1 Ida H 8t.b ... ...._......lot 3, I Mlaml anuth ........ nIryl I a I) Gwe EU Hubert ................. "U awl West .c... r
M Bond _..... .... ..... eH of aeH of -4o( nu..... truaui! L Ii Sebb... .-.......... part of 4 of aw .d.edbook. """ io t to Pal l.tWest ; ; .. : ITS
B Minor ........-. ...-..... neH of .. H of aeH _......, tIIl53IO' 1.Ii ........... .....,....-. 14 T P p..., : Beach ..._.. ... 21O1Oi1
1 E; TutU. ll....-..-08MU -"'''' sub dicta Tots L 3. 7 and S.'. 34U I we Cutler....................: .. nw44 of ...... 1WUI'' I /. .. Pt 24 ...'. ; a ITS.
__..._.... .......- tots 1 and 4. mb of. n.H of art Dj53j 1 .- Dora Atchison ... ..._...... undlyldd 54 ht.'and'2'.... .. 1'41'' John W Scott ............... l. I Beach ..dt. 'I .1I,
.........._ .... ............ ..... ... PI 41'WI West Palm :: .
-: and mw U of nwH ... a o 1I j I H ........-.. ... I :. %' t 24 Clow's : ; ; U.
: '.:..eb.... .....;.._ ..........;.. lot sub dlv of mil of neH and L .-.........? 6 .... .. ..... ........!I'IU'' 4.I'' 1.1'Klkm Berry Scott ...-........... .". l. 1*to and West 11 b .. ....' tCU j ,
,.wH of nwH -... ) 1.11aJ 4 PM ..........-. lo 2 and'4 and swat of n." '' a .1 :ICC '. 4U*.

'B4.tea and Florida AtlanHo part of nw. >i of neV. dead book ISP.O. J01. Kkmn 4 ........... l .. .............. ........ 'Mn' lun 134 Allen ........................ b 21 C.'. tc,
.............. ... .obDn .. .. ...' 41' Wm 1 Coast Land Cosaapny ..-.... 7.. pan in... ? lO u r N .... ... 1 ... ...-.. "r wl4Ct' Him .. .a .....
C. C. Brick.. -..... ...-..-. Part of ..... deed booII.T.pqem' W. M Moan. _........... _..... 4 o ........ .......... 'l% East Cast Railway .11 .t b 9 (sa at..o I o It'( 17
r ...... ; lOJt 11 1 Andrew ...... ........... 10 and 41 Gom.a Oral.1'.f j 1 .8 F Palm Beach. : .__

it.1.: Tattle. ,. recelrerIF .;_.-. wH of"ilwtf Us i"t "fylnc 14IltG64r'0 R ; Indlan fiver note I T Q Speed ............... ........ lot I b 33 C.'* a..IU tc J a
north of. the.north prone of I : .. .. Wet Palm .. ........... c ..
r .Mlnml river and less' tots <4 1 A l.kaon ................ .-. Lb U mad 5. Gomea Grant to, ; : I I i 4 64 ._......... ........... lot a b 32 How's addition t; :iC, _174ta
........... .. J .... .
and C "b dlr 113S I w oat of Indian River seta : r.kw Palm Beach .
b t oeed book L 201. .. ........ ..... ....... I We addition Ie' !1a .
; rrttHla Scott part pace 7Ju .1 Jackson .................... a Cw.a
a 3 w A
r north Miami'...... ....... JIIiJ': .."_ 'C' : 1 'l West h ......:....... 3: .....
C Farr Ms T and l-block t. north Miami 3C 53,4W, -.... 1.11i 8mt t Tat ....._......... lot O % 01' lot 112 0"n..Q I'' I T John White ..............._ ..-. Iota ft .Pl b 14 Oow a d dMtl; a.I+ L7S
W WD11ams .. ....... kits t and U. b *. north Miami 53.43-' .....: 4." vac Om and laplte........ r r I tlon lo West Palm Beach. 174
__... lot 1. b .. north Miami .... : ..... la. .. '41u I 25 N lot U b 4. addition tnt clal .
J I>reer ? .JIIjJliSJjO Coleman .. ................ I -
p-jErick Holmes ................ lots u 4. and i, block 13. north }\\:1\41\ Barb R 8Dde...............p l 4,de....book.......1....13ep... 'C' ..S LGa C W Weal Pa' RI..1 ..... ....... .._. 174IB
Mimnl. ...... _.. ...... _.... ''L W 0 8tol.... .... ........ p BatA.[ Coast RailwayCompany I b ( Railway I'C'C
t Ut Florida Cast
-S"r ,Holme* .... :. iota 2. 3 and C. Mock 33. north Yaf ....._.. part iota 2 and 2 dead book r i WrM Palm Itench.at ......
.. St 4 .......... ... C r.I
....:.... ,.. .... ._ .. I ILK 1 addition to,
MVJml i. 4. Slfl .._ p" : ll'Gw Lewi ... ............... .. lot b Railway :I _
Reneker ota1 and S.b It. nortMAm1.., _'53'41 ,..? Walter a Bto .............. .lt.. deed Book ..... Xj 'I It Rosa Wf Palm nel ......... .. ... 174 d
E Howard I ota 3. nH. b 14k north Miami.., :36;;;;teal/ ... .II1i al, ..... ........ It Wet Pair I jC .
_' Parker ... ... .. .:5a. rS lot S,' b It. north Vlaatt. J5S10n.A. 'JIj: w Stoke. ......... .....:.... pan, lo....1. deed'book'IL' pose..... U. E J Yarborough lt :. ..t_....._... .... ::t: .Ti
n 'SVes C .
John P Cramer i jlot 2. b 17. north Miami .?._ 1 _roT 0 ...... ..JIIj, Smith ..........__.. 1 of- n&4 of awl 4 .... l'a J D Vat. M.n....-........... lots S and b 1 town of.. .'.I J '
.. .., Palm Beach .
b Ta.
17 Miami
C Woatherly lot C north W l.41 ...- ..7i"SojD 4 .. ... ... ...... of 1 of sw 4'of 6S% i.o 14 'Gt -- 27,
1w
.Unknown _... .... IoU L t 3. and 4. and wH lot I ; W 0 ., acres' .... .............. J C Lauther ..._.... ......... tot 2 part of rlthtbf war b 13. north MtamL _. 41 '*.... 4.14 1 3;4 JO7.) 14. .of W.t Palm. fl! :14" ....... 1179

i 4j WHttanA..M ........ lot ion.27.lot..,.k..7..Boars....subdivis ; Man W a St...._. .... ........ part .lot.....1..d book "pa.. 1 I,
/ F rtra ....... .. ots 11 and. 12. .... Wade l addition -- UI Schubert ........ _.. part, .lot.....I...deed..... .Look's'page.Itd ... ..... ", I l IfCeD a Unknown ............. .-........ lot ,.nH b :town,of .'...: 174. !
to North Miami ....... 341 ... 1,4C' 541 Palm Beach ,21iC471!
.
: I4) 145Iia ..
) .N ........ .... ... --.1.3.7
lot. 1 and 1 bOo WadeH's addition -. W a Stoke. ..a. ... se,'of nw '.. ....... ......... 161'Thos Cnkaown ..lr....... ..-...... lot M sH b 9i'town of Wee.
of C
aw
Ana.M Perry Iota 14 and to North 15. b 2.Miami. baldwis'.. "So .....- 735is E Walt.Bnrll ::: :: 0 o of aw 1-ncbt .. I 14C; + 3! raE 114 Model Land Co ...... ........... lot Palm I wH.Beach b 2'iown o of'R..: ::aC .... t1

plat of pan tot 2. sees M and Florida Coaat'IJn.. I Palm .......... .....: ; .
*? ..- z.G Tto Company .. ii of.wi44of nw.i4"...of....n.....4.. IJ J Land Co ...... ........... tot 4 ....O..h 21 .of Wes'Ia'G I --/1./
aD4. 40 Mol ..... ... .. ...
lot i'Tr'frBaMwinVpiat oi c : El B* / .. .I1
0 HMVt *>* ..... ....... ........ Pal .I .11/GC ,
: LOs
part tot L' sees 34 and 31....., ...... LSij Pe 1W:;.:.:: : .of of..w 4 14 ...-............... :) 1 zt. Wm J Cothron ._............ I'Pahn WH Beach :. town.. o...We*..: % :
[Taddi Water lot :. b '. Baldwin's plat of .
part lot L sera I and SIot .:...' :...... rIJS_ Herbert TouD" '........? ...:. lot 12 ........:: ..... ..................... :4J 1.72:; E F Barco ......?........ ...... lot 2 eH b 23 town of Wet 1cla q r
i L Lana 4. b LBaldwin'. plat of j D Taknown '....... .. I rind I... ....... : : Palm Beachtot .... ..... ........
part lot 2 .sees 3* and 31 ....1 744/1 .. ... 0. Iwl._............. 2 Co" .. of =a'G.... .i pt
US of nw% ........ Bond ft Bond _. ... 1 wH town ,
and TUG b
......... .._.. lot 1 n.4
Jot >. b i. Baldwin's plat ofpart : %t.U ..... ..... .
|.1Cator HeCala I ........ ......._ 2 ........... .......... ...... : PIm :;CC( ..._.j ill
lot S. sees K and a.;.... I .....; 176 VDlO' ? l ... ........ ... ..... %'l G'1 1 ............. ......... eH b 23 town of"W.sPalm
.T. ,..... .. ... ... I .
Bte Earne* .... Jot 2. b 17, Baldwin's plat of IS3K3, / .- 0 Po ... .. o.it' .............. 1. := taun Brh .............. .. .. tGq:
..... ...._.. ....... part % "'_ 1
part tot :. sees 34 and 31_... ... Uako..f : and Educa- tot S and w" tot i Nk I
lr ........ X ............. ...... ....... 2141'CJ' 1 11 it. .Louis Catholic w H : U
]d* .Encash ot 10. b !I. Baldwin's nlat of J. HaU le town ot Palm :

part lot 2. Doom M and 31 ....... .... 1.25 E cow 'Railway....... awi4 of awl .................. .... Ii'41I12 I I LU tlon Aaf. .. ....... ........... lot 10 wH W.t 23 town ot WesPalm < ta.ar '-..: j t.Djac
fEH Day ._ "t. I and- 4. b L. city of Miaminorth. :17' CopT Trost...._. no 4 .-.. ........... 14J c :I.t tDkDO. J ......... ......- .._,. ,
n"f .3'4 ...... of
|._H E TnttJ. reoi vir ....*-. b. Joeph Jennings '... ..... ...... nwi lot 2 years of 1901........ 1414, II I 11.2 Uodet. Land C. lot Palm f Bmuhot .town.. ..... ..w.t...... :: : : .'
: ..
Iam1Ltnan412b14.dtyof: north .. .7. ....: :: IPI'JfipP ... .... ...... aw'A lot 2 year of L'..... .... .t lo ..... 4 w H b 21 town of Weal tcC ...1 2qnC.O1
D EnsUa
Lee
......... R J'
C JJceoor lot IV b .U.' city'of,_ Mtu.Lnorth ._ ..... .-.... rue i4 of mw i4 of .% 1.4,4 II I 1. Beach .. .-......... ) .....

r J-..%_4 ......:..r .-..-.,-f-f-. 17 Mary Paul............_.. % of raw% of nw fc of ne+{.. A HTra }laid ..... ........ .. Pl 4 b 2S t own of "'f 1.
Jf J Harper _t""",; lot C. b n.'dry of Kuuntnorthot =:: F 8 E' ..,.... .._. ..... .... neVi. of neH of *e% ............- .! IMIm Bench ......... ....... %1;C4. _...
|> T 3 Harper ._.....__ -- m, b i7. city of Mmtnl. north J/ --. ;C5 F -8 Hays ... .................. all that .part of wH of nw", Tort Schrehnlck ...... .. kH 3 eH t 27 town of WesiPalm IC74JSI'4518 sea
.C Tat** .._...... _....... lob t I aDd R II 11.. dty of / I M of wU of richt of .,.... '. ) C 01 ...... .. :: ''CICi; ..._

IIIIAm1.- north .,.... U4 Land '........ even acre In ..... ............. ,I vstM T O speed lot I z town of N' : I .L.
John Frohock .. .._ ... Int 1-1 sty. ktit, of ::' :: ::: Mol Land Cop ......... nine acre In ................ ... .3 ; | Palm Beach .... ........ t.aQ: ...
4 )l1IUII1 .m r..... ._...... 0 B Hlnkley ....-..... : .. hH 4 ,................ .?......... -. 1C flu lot t eH b 5 town of W. ... /Jt7 177CO1
(A Powea lot i. b 24. dtr of Miami north .. _... {11.:5 Hannah Dann .................... part tot 2 deed book O pace 314. 2 :1 1.46 (01 Palm Reach ..... ..:.. .. .
T C Thomas.rVUsrf ,?.-. ..... it 11. b 34. city of Miami north ..j':1 .t ._ lib Emma 8 Keucmer ....... ...... part lot S deed book B puce C*. 3'M'42)s( 106 Zapf ....... tot\i eH b 25 town o West _T I s: Y
Jot 14-IS. b 24.' city of Miami, -I. : 3 deed book N 1'- O Pant ....... ::
0 B ......... ...... part tot pace I .I
nonh ..._......_...... ....... ...... 1)4LSI 8 Ft........ ........part seH of ne<4 book 1 \ Eugene Porter ............ ...... w t' town of WH 4.,1 .:
..tBkIwwa. .. ......._. ..... ;..e. lot 13 eH, b 24. dty of Miami.QOTTO 1 uh ? 4TJ..... ..de.......... lotPaIm .....- .. : !
_... .e.a**..* .vv .* ... '3.45 G D Barnes .... .. ;.... lo pa. /3 Town of FortLanderdato I if E Yarborough .......... ... ot 2 .lell Yown "oi "f< :aC_... 1 17.
E Leo :...:........:;-. -- lot 4. b 35. city of Miami northL 'I' ...... L4ii \ ?. ...._.... ...... \ ::
r>.uii.ymaYDavis, _.-........ rt b n. city of Miami norm ..I" -.- K C Goodwin ........... _.... block 34 Town' Fort Lsoderdale I .eHU r L Quigley ...... ............. Pim..I own"of"wesiPahn tlCC .... 142. *
..... .- -. ot L b %7. city of Miami north d. '._. 1..111' .. .. Bench .. .. ....... !

'W3 Rarrtncton ........:...... ...,l. ot ( b 27 city of Miami north .. .. C 0 ............... ...... lota %3'ind"i D 31. town of I L' ........... .......... ot I and I wH b 30 tOW.t :GC__ l in
o.o Grarea ... ..... ot S b 27 city of Miami north .. .. ..". 45 Pp 1 ........ .... ) "'f Palm BfarhM ........... ;
f'' Ja Nawklni =....- ::...v w Jot It b 27 city. of Miami north .. .. -.. ... I.. A Hj Shone ......,?,..?. ... Fo. trot ........ 1 ,41 440 L25 kf. Snail ...J.....:.................. .... b 20, town of WealPalm UCIC "_ l 17| '
.' good er-rtIe _..._ J..... lot< 11 b net, of Miami aorta .- .. ... ThoaTH. Whit. _............: eH of of nw H and Beach /. : :
._.. .. t IT b 27 of Miami LG2 ... .... ........ .. b m lo.n'of tint taC"_ > 17|
< Jfa* McKenny - city north .. .. .. ...-1' tots :. t. and 4 .. ..... ...... Ie"c le,4Zp.46. LjDK tVOVV A **ee>** lot 4 wH
i" W Htcks ............. ...... ..,;; lot in b 27 dty of Miami northMs .. .. .. ... H E Tnttla. of seH ..- .... .. .. 1.7 Palm Pear ...... ::
trR Mary E: William .......' "...... 11 Ub U city of Miami rf6 of ..2' 70 Acre .... ot 7 wH b/40 tows'ot "N tla-_ I.f.741 .7.
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-. Mnel.CoJIID + ( M.1 ............. ....
.. .. _. L* ._... eH of wH of nwV of ..4 and .. I Palm Beafh
.... s. .on1L i a"e ii ciir Y. Ct J MMJMIkelson sic A .. .. ..... IMO b town :'CG._..,1
KH C:,TnttU. recerrer.- "'" : inurb'u ; sw of H of nwH of 'J.3 A 8w.. .. ot 7 eH amfwH t tf
:... .. .. .. __ .41e .........._..... _.. tot 13 1 b t ow of X>ania.H ...... or WestPalm Beach ...:I / ...
E.S ,.. ParUersJ.7R _...;.. -. ...- lot I b ss city of Miami north .. .. .. ...... L.N ._.... .. ..... ot* la. 14. 17. and b 11 town j G S Winiama ........ ......j.jCllDOw Paim"e 41 town O4T W Z/'G 110.7.
J Sampson ..., N............. it *. b 35 city of Miami north .- .. .. .__. 3.0044 Hl of Danla.. .......1...... ...... : ._
rP 1C WaUae :.___... _.. rt 10 bS city of Miami norm .. ...-. 1.S T N McUinian .........._. o' and 10 b 12 town of Tanta IjiI'j.; : ...... ... ............. ....._.... "' b 42 town of West I
K4".Cnknown ,-. '....-..... ...... Ma 14 and IS b 3S city of Miami Wm B Di!titan -M....... .. and U b 25 town of Danla > .... lt ... ....... ..... 17
north .?._.?,.. ... ..._. LB B A Concrove ....._.. ......... part of ne<4 ?........ .....?? I in ............. ......._.. lot Deb town of Wet 3114x41 .__
Enoch! Walker .__' ... Jot It bS dry of Miami north, T N McMUlian- .. .?....._...... parts of and ......... 1'5CI! I t"lnoW .. .... .1
'2+.,Lanto.,* Jobnson _--:0-: "" lot.B and wH tot 13 b 33. dty I :: ::: :::: :; Lewis Larsen ........ .._..._ parts of .......H. ......... ,!1 1 1.r: Unknown ............. ......._. lot 1me1"bt.C town of Weal ::ca._ I 17a <
1 Miami north s.. ..... :1 tw. Frederick ........... n. of sw 4 of nw .of > 42) 0 \ Pa' Iwcb .. .... ........ :
'TUberra' A Berkley.r ,;.__... no Jt 4. b a. dty-of Miami north' .. .. ,"_" 1.14 McDootall ...... ....-.. I* of seH .f .. ....a.115'I .'nanown ............. ......... lot 7 e C town of Wesi :aC __ I 7.7
.. A Clark ._""'. -.. :.- ots 12andIb4l.dtyofM-: K WH of swtt of sw H.. J'il'CI3.MI4J' I 10 I 12.25C' PalM .. .. .... .. ..:
: .. ami north .?_.,........ .?..! ,".... 1.74 H Peterson ....... .: .. H of n.H ant ... ) k | Unknown ............. ........... lot a tc town of W t : : r.4jjniajfjj 1 47.
R 3' BtUrfTownkfT ...?._j, ...._ >t 22 b 44 city of Miami north .. '...... 1.54 E Halkfen ........ .......... .o H of seH of .. I i mi.4 lam Beach ......... ...f...
..;.. Bro*'_.. JVarshaU ........... Iota 23 and 24 sl-3 b 44 dty of Pier H Petersott ..._.. _... wH of .w o De H of ne '(.. S11t 1 5 .4? Vesly Wlmtta .._.....:.... 43 town of Wes't t ::cr.-_ | UI
Miami north ..... i.._.... .. ..I' ;.C.74 H. Jensen ............. ._... w. of of of neH... 311' 421 5 I .
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,t.73 ._-=.,. ';' ;.:,...... .05 1 b <<5 dry of Mimi north .. ....... ,:.K W Robinson .......... ........ WH of .of.D sw ..... 33421Jiltfl' I I .5 I 11. Johnwnura ................... .. ITI4 4i tow'of We t .? .1 '1
s:R, La rtng .....-- :0.- -,..- ito a. .. 7 and tb, 45_city oft Catherine Frost ....__. ....... part -of *eft ,..... 1 ............ .......
I Miami north .. ..... .J N.... ,7.71 H J Vo hl ?......__. _... I of *e4" ofne'4of'.e'j'.?... .4,5t : J.1: >. PoweD ._........... ..... lot 3 "I C'1 f town of Wen,ItCc: ; ... .I in M.r



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i funds and years of experience In that summer resorts.

, S ANNIHILATED Interesting News Items and Personals. line It will be quite an addition to our Joe Farrow will leave Thursday i.tnwt-4 'tY44ir

,, From Our Nearby Neighbor. ,town. night on a well-earned vacation. Mr. x
f i The railway carpenters were In Del. Farro Is one of the most popular

E. S. Frederick and P. IL Lee of I ray Thursday repairing the depot platform truck growers on the lower east coast .L 1t f1LT )

lilac, spent several days this weekin I etc. and, all regret to see him go. ; fv 111 EL.a

4'; (Continued from page one.) town surrey tog lands west of this I Mr. T. J. Halgoodhas soli his home This has been one of the best seasons ,
and lot on Swloton avenue to Mr. known In this section, and
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z+ platM HarveLMr. It has been proven that territory I &Zr .
taken to the Sasebo naval hospitaL <*srs. Joe Sakat, jr. Obkl H.Tsu- U/kl
s Marvel has sold his hpuse and
Fort Lauderdale has the world
around
No other Russian admiral was eaptured jul and K. Mlyachl. from the Japanese
'from the Biedovla. The last report co'w.v, at Boca Ratone were In town lot to Goo. Thornton. beaten when It comes to growing lInetomatOf'I. -n ,
I F. E. Curtis, who spent the winter M4 I *z &
is' due to a clerf" r
In this report Turf.!'ay, looking over the country.Mr. here/left for his home in Saginaw
cal error. Sikal, returned' again Wednesday : Mich.. Friday evening. He expectsto Walter Varnes will leave Thursday =: .., I';) / -! /
eight for his old home Crescent City.
."Admiral Togo Is also authorized and put In the day In farther Investl- return In the fall again. i ]
d Walter will certainly be missed, but we.r./ .
to release on parole the surrendered gaUr,!,;. The Japs have the reputation Milton Burd. left for the.North Friday c: ear
of the Nicola), Orel Aprax- Dame Rumor has it that he has gone .
ed officer .
o" knowing a good thing when evening to spend the summer. .Jf
on a happy mission.
1n.e and Rtniavln. they see It, so we are In hopes to John McRae spent Sunday In town .
The Lauderdale baseball team ha,
:rt.. have a colony established here In the with his brother Tom.A ...
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a record that Is hard to beat. If anyone r 4 -
ADMIRAL ROJESTVENSKY'S near future large delegation of our citizens '1: p4 <
doubts this just ask Tom Bryan
Beach -
spent Friday in West Palm
SKULL 13 FRACTURED. A certain young man from this o'r Bill that their
on business, pleasure and church mat Sweney. They say .::J
Washington, May 31.- The State placo made a visit to Miami Wednes-I I team has the world beat for winnings a
the fcllowing' day. When returning, home on the ters.Dr. .
Department today received : .. Thompson's' wife has arrived; for 1905. !
z "cablegram from Tokio:. ,. evening .train,for some cause be got on a visit to the doctor. I .ar

.4 "Admiral .Rojestvensky'i skull Is off .at Boca Ratone. thinking It was The canning factory Is running every Meyers A: Robinson the electrical

fractured requiring an operation. Delray. Consequently he had to walk day now putting up okra, toma- contractors, have moved from the old
"The"Injury'Is serious but not dan the nine miles. When he reached toes and a few pines. In about a weekor Cato Drake Produce Co.. Miami, Jandoa Bros, Miami.
I'l'J'OuL: The total losses to date areS Delray In the early morning and having ten days the pines will begin to stand at No. 1113 Avenue No. Brown &: Moody, Perrine. Tweedell Bros., Cutler. ,

three torpedoboaU sank, three offleen a couple of miles further to go come In In large quantities. 305 Twelfth street, near the Red Cross A.R. E.J. Huskey.McDonald Little& Co.River., Fulford L,. H. O. Sjostrnm.1 Hallandale.Stranahan ;.

i kflled.;and about two hundred to reach his home he borrowed a The first car of pines was shipped Pharmacy where they will fit up and T. M. Richards, Boca: Ratone. &. Co., Ft. LauderdaleM. :-

men 'killed and Injured." friend's wheel, which he found on the Friday. enlarge both their place of business G. Lyman Lantana. Boynton &: Parker, Boyntoa.
porch of his home. When the friend" Carlos C. Ayres who has been assisting and stock. which will enable them to

1 started to his work he missed the the railway agent Mr. Ditto more fully.handle and do all kinds of LOOK FOR THE'LABEL

-FIGHT.- -DESCRIBED IN DETAIL. ...b el,then there was something doing the past month, left for Miami Sun electrical wiring and fltttor. Var

London. June'I...."A correspondent he started ont to look the town day evening!, where he will bV employed -, ____n..

with the. Japanese during the recent over; telegraphed WestPalm Beachto : In the future by the company.Mr. .

naval battle sends:some. Interesting "stop thief and was having quitea T. M. Lett spent several days

data' "of'th 1 fight and describes the tme.; When the young man quletly' In town last week ..-th his houseboat
scene'as ""supremely"terrible.." \ taking orders for clothes also.clean-
rode back 'with the wheel
and ex-
: The guns of fifty warships were firIng pla ned the situation to the great relief lug, pressing and repairing or any
at once,'Jie says and Togo's res- both old thing In tie tailoring business.
of parties who are now stronger w. M. Burdine's
s eels maneuvered" "with perfect precis- friends than ever.I -N", Mr. Cbas. E. Eckels sal Mr. John 1
Ion. Fot: a while both bellgerents F. Hlmebangh. of.Cambridge Springs.
gave'shot for shot, but with a hostile The young people of the town metat' Pa. who have been In Delay the

squadron on.either side of him: endS the home of Mrs. ,Bard Tuesday ; past ten days left for their home on .
: 'another ahead.Rpjestvensky was practically evening and organized a society to aid Sunday evening. This is .Mr. Hlme-

: '' defeated ,ln' a few hours.and tin Sunday school of the Methodist bangh's first trip to Florida and he

a, caught In a trap which had been walt- church. The young ladles branch will Is so wen pleased with the prospectsat : 5 apd 1 10 Cent
-1ns 'foir him Ever since he had left ,be known as the Philatheas. Officers Delray that he Intends to sell out ;

bladigaecar.k were edected as follows: President his business in the north and returnto
The Russians displayed hesitationIn Leah Burd; vfce-presldent, OWe Chapman the Sunny South andr make. this

tactics, which resulted In the utter ; secretary.Beralce Keyser; treasurer his borne 1n the future.
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their, entire fleet The COUNTERSAre
confusion cf Hattie Tasker. The :young enUfmen'a -
Infernal concentration of fire upon branch will be known as the FORT LAUDERDALE ITEMS. ,
.1t their ahl", reacbed the climax at 2 Baracas. Officers of this branch are: ,

o'clock In-the afternoon as the Russians President, Arthur Tasker; vice-pres
What Is Happening In Miami's Flourishing
were advancing towards Vladivostok ;
ident RoWe
; Jones; secretary and
_r when the 'J.."Jl e squadron' tn arurer. Ned Green.. They will give Neighbor Town. growing in popularity. This week, commencing
lying between them and their destination
I entertainments to raise
money for
with took i a ban hand of and bans they"on were an sides battered the Sunday-school. I I The Fort LauderJaie correspondent Monday, \ye will place articles of such. rare value. that the

S. :There Is some talk of a party put- .of the Times-Union, under date of I
The fight lasted until 7 o'clock In the
1 ,evening. Togo risked :nothing. the up a new grocery store here this May 30,, says: ladies will not be able to resist the temptation 'of taking a few ;

Darkness brought,a clorlmu' night summer. ,If they should' decide to do The town.has assumed a very quiet R

r with smooth sea.. The Russians so.they win erect a fine large store aspect: owing to the tomato' season home. LOOK THIS LIST OVER CAREFULLY

,; edged northward with the powerful bonding put In a first-class stock of having closed, and two or three hundred -
.Japanese fleet la .' bortzontal line goods and ran It In an np-to-date man- \ of the residents having depart. 1
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+- barrier. Then under the saarcn.lights FREDK. S. MORSE 25'cent ribbons on the counter for . . . . . . .. . ..- 10c '
and the coyer of the big guns ,
ja the Japanese torpedoboaU"began like 50 and 75 cent turn over collars, linen. These wont last long at. . .:10c
locusts to sting the enemy.At .
2''o'clock In.the morning the REAL ESTATE 25 and 35) cent pearl shirt waist set. . . . . .*. ... ; . -10c

WM Intense and no rest was
fighting allowed the RlInl', LI. With dawn Plain handkerchiefs, hemstitched . . . . . .:. . .. .,. .1 Oc

Sunday the Japanese came Into Joe Offices up stairs Cor. Ave.C and It tb 81. valanciens torchon in blackwhite and the
Laces cluny ecru, on counter. 1Oc
errange.AH day'the,battle contin :Dade
Miami Co.. Florda.
Wed-and at night raged off the coast Handkerchiefs, hemstitched . . . . .\ . . . . .. Sc
at of northern Nagato.-; .

By this time the Russians were pow.erlecs AGENT OR .LANDS OF Laces good values fur 2oc at. . . . . . . .. . . . 5c
4 4 to offer an'effective resilience. "
-_" Practically every' fighting_ship had Florida Ea Coast Railway Co. -

either been,.sunk'or captured, the Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
whole representing a tonnage of more DressGoodss
Boston arid Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co toL
than The remaining
150,000 tons. '. .
units' of the fleet, largely transports -- -'- .

bad been --dispersed?; some going toVladivostok
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and others to the China Spec. Real l Estate Bargains ,

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# .+ Admiral.5 Rojestvensky Is gravely UNIMPROVED. GROVES Have no fears that we will be unable to suit you a
wounded and occupies a cot In the
z Japanese ,hospital as prisoner 01 49.>> acre pine and hammock on 10 acne, I.ytar old trees, 1,000 in warm weather dress goods. Dozens, scores, '

war.,' -' Miami River ........*....$3,8 OOJO trees 800 bearing ........WOOOO hundreds of the loviest "dress
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*' ; 5 6 old kut yes, summer
'ertlt year ** .
10 acres land ..i.....r.......1450.Od( '
350 tree bearing ...... ..4XXOO isms" are here for selection.S y
5 acre land'........ ..... your
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ADMIRAL ROJESTVENSKY ..*60OOO zo( ere 2-year old Brov ......$3, 0000
IS AT-BATH'S DOOR. 22, acre pine and prairie on t-room house, S acres land 800 .

-dri Nagasaki.-l. Wednesday (Delayed).- railroad ......... ... ......feXXLOO bananas;2qO orange treea.$2, 000"

'The' report reached here today that -

4. there, .Is'little hope entertained for IMPROVED FARMS : Dotted Swisses. 20. 25. 35 and 50 cents. '

the recovery: of Admiral Rojestvenskywho 20 acres, 4-room house, servant house, 400 trees ISO bearing wi rock .

Is In the'Japanese naval hospital road on time..................... .......... ...... ......SSjDO&M Organdies white. 25 to 75c
at Saaebo.,, acres of pine and hammock set In tress,' pineapples, etc fine

roily 3,800 Russian naval prisoners land on time .................... .................. I1.MOJO. P
have been landed here and three 35 acres, 10 under cultivation.200 bearing trees 7-room houseon : : French Lawns. 16 2.& to 60 cents

damaged Russian"vessels have drifted rock road near R. R........... .... ...... .......$3,000-00 .
; .,. ashore off the coast of,Nagasaki 30 .c.... land-pin, and prairie, water front, 1,500 trees mall ? One piece sheer lien white for a yard 40c

i. .Province.ADMIRAL. house, bargain ...................... ...................$2. 004)0)
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'1 VOELKERSAM WAS KILLED. FIRE: ::: = XN"SUELA.JSrCEOn s WMBURDINE:


' Washington. June 1. The State IT the belt companies represented. Here are some of,them.

,- Department baa received a dispatch Liverpool.; London 4 Glob Insaranre Co. of North America. Fireman
'tt' 'from Minister Grlacom at' Tokyo Fund Orient. :Sew: York:. Underwriters, (Hartford) Hanover,German Alliance

R"r stating that It,has been'olllclaIJr announced : 316=31.8 Twelfth Street Miami, Florida
that Admiral Voelkersam was JpSqO.R.N": :

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.Keep CA. .00-11.; It will surprise: you to see just how little it takes to make your porch comfortable Y



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


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


A hammock behind a bamboo screen! I .


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Miss Jessie Cason, of Ojns, was In 1300 AVENUE D .
Burdine &
...' town on Monday.! Miss Cason was a Personal Attention Given to Al Call UdFffldD

;9 guest at the Southern hotel. I .
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Try the latest thing In dried fish
from the other side and will be gressive and successful tomato grow-
Biscayne cod at Wilson A Tlye's. US |
tied up at the terminal dock until I ers In the Pompano section spent

the dipper dredge has removed sufficient j Monday :MiamL Mr. Snell has net
Miss Nellie Brown a.member of the
of the rock 'already crushed for I completed shipping his crop and within -
r High School faculty of this city returned I I
It to begin work again. the next few days will come to ct.
Saturday night to. her home _
-, Miami where he will be engaged In
In ,Delray. .
f Messrs. E. H. KIrkman and W. J. carpenter work for the summer

Wanted-Japanese plum or loqnat Dougherty two of Cutler's progressive months.Mr. Wish to thank their numberless

,seed. Wilson, Flye. 417 citizens were visitors In the Magic
City yesterday. While In town these George H. Cnrrie one of Key '

gentlemen made the Metropolis avery West's influential and t
:I Miss Kate Colyer formerly. one of most progressive customers for their generous pat=
pleasant call. citizens, his
accompanied:, by
the most valued teachers In the Miami -
daughter Mrs. Dexter Dorgan her ss
public school left Sunday for and '
: A. E. Heyser a companion Miss Bessie Sprague came during their stock taking
her, former home In Kentucky.where Judge was passenger : ronage big =
: she.win realde in the future. on the north bound train Mon over on Tuesday from the Island City ,
on the steamer Martinique and will ,
day. He was on his way to LakeWorth
Use Bradleya artfllsers for an crops.J. where he goes to spend a few days In visit their relatives. .:Mr.,and Mrs C. sale last week and to say they
his Riviera He expects H. Garthslde and :Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
K. Luimmns. Agent S orang grove.
to return home Friday evening.Miss Smith on Avenue B.
are still leaders in Women's Furnishings
Miss Adeline Austin one of the
A party of Delray citizens who I
popular teachers In the Miami Public Anna Peck the efficient and
.. spent Monday In the Magic City Included -
Schoo1,1eft,1ut Saturday for DeLand popular bookkeeper and cashier at
Messrs. L. W. Hnbbard, Ceo.
$ to spend the summer'with relatives Budge's hardware store will leave the 4
Fulce. Tom Sheppard and James
and friends. >rtr: part of next month In company 0 '.
Fnlce. They arrived In the morning 12th St. Cor. Ave. C Miami 1
with-ber father for a vacation the ,
with the intention of continuing their
m..,.. 'cod the aswsR deUcecy. North and West. She will be succeed trip to the Homestead country, but r
ed at Bndge's by Miss Carrie Bloont
at WUsoa 4 Try* us> failed to make connection. They .

waited over until.Tuesday and ,take
Miss: Margaret.Farts' left last Sat- Mrs. George H. Curry mother. of the early train for Homestead.

urday night for New York.to attenda Mrs Chas. H. Garthslde'and sister of Burdine & Quarterman

conference of newly appointed missionaries. Mrs. R. XL Smith was among the passengers
)Ir. and Mrs. Ralph Worthington
4 .' She expects ,to be gone coming over on the Martinique !
who have been occuP1lng'thelr comfortable t
,about three weeks. last Saturday: from Key West to home In the Fort Dallas Park

.a visit her daughter and sister In this for the past several monthsleft, Monday .

U want tertnisers, consult J. K.tammu. :. -. .. .. .
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Bradley-goods. ,, An Iron awning'la now In prepara business. Mr. George Worthingtonand 1

Yt tion for erection on front of the wife still remain here and will
The
lire., 'J.A, Conrad, who,ha* been Townsend building on Avenue' D between not. go .north until later In the sum Monday at Racket .Store

-visiting her Bister: ) n. Allen E. Thirteenth and Fourteenth mer

v Cleare.',for: some" time past" In, Key streets. This awning, when completed.

West,'was a passenger returning home will be one of the most attractiveand Mrs W. M. White and attractive: i

last Saturday on the steamer Martin. substantial In the city. daughter, Miss Margaret will leave

lane from the Island City.V'J ., shortly for Port Tampa where they WE IUTE JUST KECE1TED .'-1SSORT.VE.VT OF
Mrs. A. E. Sharpley .wife of First will make
join Captain 'l1lte. and I
Aetna dynamite and apples for OfflcerSharpley. of the steamer Miami their residence until late In the fall I Ladies' Trimmed Hats

sal .by Lammas & SeweQ. and ddldren.returned home this morn when they will go north to,remain until ii

r. ing on the Martinique from Key West such time as. the steamer Miami

lllsa Sarah Bayne,'one'f the most ,where they have been visiting relatives returns here to resume her runs to

popular' teachers In the. High SchooL and friends for the put several Nassau. j Whichce hare marked to sell just as if they were staple like grits or bacon, but

left Saturday night. for KashrOle.several weeks. to .call attention to this new line we will deduct TJTEXTY PER CEtfT. y'
she uend
:Tenn. where will County Clerk E. C. Dearborn and

days before, going : toner ,nome In WantaL-10 men In each State to daughter. Miss Dora left yesterday: from the regular price ..folldaJRememlJer we also have a regular ,bargain

Missouri.Bradteys.',, travel tack signs and distribute samples for Virginia, Kentucky and other counter which we fill UD with good things for this day. Come and see what we.offer
and circulars of our goods. Sal western points, whew they will spend
tsrtfflxers' arc the.bIlL & 75.00 month. $3.00 :"day
17. pr per the with relatives '
summer and friends.Mr.
,...... WE SELL EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
For. sale. toy J. J:. .v, Miami. for expenses. 'Kuhlman' (10. Dept, S. Dearborn goes mainly to recuperate f

rb Atlas. building Chicago. his health and' his many friends
Kill Ella Singleton;who has taught CHAILLE
/ W. H. & SON
Miami here and throughout the county hope, ,
School for the past
in the High
Mr. L. Granger formerly of this
for his ,
year, left today for her home In Del- but complete recovery ere he returns h
qqY place, now a prominent liverymanof
home again in the fall.
,* ray Miss Singleton baa accepted the
the thriving city of Miami has beenIn
prtndpalshlp of Sebastian school 'for town this week renewing old acquaintances }
the coming! year.: and looking after-his. interests Dr. and -Mrs. C. A. Fulwood left IlL. of Miss Mary Helena daughter the department will ask the city council Quality vs. Quantity. '
.. Thursday nlgth for northern Georgia of Mr. and Mra.' D. B. Alexander of unJer: the new charter to pass an Hard muscles and strong body do not
here.. He left to return to Miami i
Writing tablet and stationery for today.' where the doctor, expects to regain that place: to to Rat'.Paul Patton Farts. ordinance or general law abating this depend on the quantity of food 7ft'
on the noon train Klsslmmee -
ale at J. B. Semen. drag store. Valley Gazette. f' his lost health and strength. Dr Ful- Mr. Faris is the son of Dr. and Mrs. nuisance and relieving the congested eat but on its perfect digestion and ?
wood 1s one ,of the most reverenced: W. W. Farts of this city and Is well condition of the street at this anJ all proper ulim1 atloD. When JOU.tau

Kiss Battle .Carpenter of- the Miami Nineteen marriage .1 licenses !have' and well known. divines In the' State known here where he visited his parents ; other much traveled 'points In the city Kodol Dlspepsia Cure ,your system t

: .High 'School,,left Sunday' for been l issued by Judge Heyser during and his friends here and throughout afew, years ago, after leaving and! to establish a hack and dray gets all the nourishment out of' all the>
instructions Stetson University and before' IQIIII stand with the same restrictions and food you eat. It digests what you eat
Eden :where she will give special the month up to the n'our of going to Florida trust that the change wltt be i
5, and fit :a" number of 'persons press today. Of this number nine beneficial and that he will be com north to resume and complete Us privileges as prevail in Bother cities. regardless of the condition of the stomach
teachers theological. studies. Recently he was and conveys the nutrient properties
for taking the exam- '
were white couplesI'and ten colored. pletely restored ere Ms return ,here
ination.: asslgnel to Presbyterian mission : LEGAL PAPERS. to the blood and tissues. This
In the fall.
The oldest male ,was 0 forty-two and
work In China and he and his bride builds up and strengthens the the female twenty-nine years; ,the
will be at home at West Shantung, system overcomes: and cures indigestion ,
Money to loan on improred property.G. youngest male twenty-one and the. female Mr. Ben H. Doster, one of West Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land Co. f
Cocoanut Grove, or M China, after December 1. dyspepsia belching sour stomach
S Amsden.
eighteen. Palm Beach's well known business to Chas. J. Montgomery for $liS. lots
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for
D:Price, Mlam11t men. arrived In the city Sunday and I 14 and 15, block 17 Miami. etc.
'
2: what is sometimes 'called America'snational
)Ir. and Mr,.' H. C. Budge and family expects to spend a few, weeks here. I :The' Metropolis received a very Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land I
r The snap collar"!harness and hangers who have, been spending the past Mr. Doster has accepted, the agency 'pleasant call Tuesday from Mr. John Co; to D. J. Radabaugh for $370 lot disease-hyipepsla-is destined

for :the hones of the chemical month at Soldier Key recreating'andfishing' for Dade county for A. I* WIsner & ',Hlnson. of Cocoanut Grove who was 20. block 4:, Miami eventually. work a wonderful

engine are expected to. arrive ,this moved back to 'the tltr'r Co. of New York City, stock broken 'spending the day: In the city attendingto Warranty deed. Mab I E Pierce and :I and luting benefit to sufferers from
week from'AUanta when they' will business matters.Mr.. union Informs husband to Peter Baldwin for $10.00 this distressing and mind harassing
terday., The outing so far has been He has a very attractive propositionto
Installed and the equipage of us that he is now engaged, and 21 Pierces division condition. Sold by Biscayne: Drug Co., ,
be thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial hand out to the people In the formof lots 13 and 14. block
the machine be completed. has been for sometime put In putting to Lemon City. '
and It U with relnetancy that they mining and oil stocks He, is ex
g leave this moat fascinating and pleasant plotting for the moment a new corporation I out a large orange grove ten I Warranty deed. Mabel E. Pierce and The Florida East Coast Railway car
Military Bounty'Land Warrants spot lilt forming with mines In To- 'miles south of Miami for Mr. F. KU- husband to Peter Baldwin for $100 penters' and builders' caboose cam :!

rfi yCantedWill pay 15.00 for tellingme napah.Goldfield and Bullfrog Nevada, der of Wilmington N. C This grove lots 20, 21, 22 and 23, Mock G, and lots In yesterday from up the road, and.

who has one whether I buy It or Mr.-E.: W. 3. Parrtsh. swell known Mr. Dealer's announcement appears Is located in the Snaper Creek section 1 and 2. block 21. Plerce's Division. the men will do what work is necessary

not. R. K. KeDey. Kansas City Mo. citizen of West'Palm Beach, and a In another column. and the soil and climatic conditions to Lemon City. here around the railroad premises
member of the Dade County School are Ideal for the successful cultivation Warranty deed. Mabel E. Pierce and before going down' the extension i{

filed for district of citrus fruits. Mr. Hlnson husband to Peter Baldwin for $10 lots for the same purpose.
there
Daring the month were Board from that . record In the county der 's once the city on Wednesday. Mr. ParrIsh cutter Forward who went northon now has twenty-five acres of oranges 4, 5, U. 13, 14 and 17j block-, Pleree'k

t: 274 legal paperS., Of this number US has just closed a contract with Mr. S. the ,Ux inst. with Mrs Broadbent out and during the present year he division to Lemon City. Rev. C A. Fnlwooa n at the Crad- ,

were deeds, thirty-six mortgages,three Graham.tor doing the,electrical: *wlring'ln and little son on a three weeks' vacation win increase this to_seventy acres. Warranty deed. Mabel E. Pierce and I loch house having arrived recently

h ;charters and the rest being Hens; quit ; the Halcyon Hall Hotel. lieu returned on Wednesday: and win husband to Peter Baldwin for $10.00. from MIamL He intends to make a

claims,_satisfactions of mortgagesetc. here for-the purpose of entering upon leave on the steamer Martlnique.where : Fire Department Kicks. lot 1. block Pierce division to Lemon : visit to Tallolah Falls Ga. shortly
his: duties. he will rejoin the cutter. Capt. Broad- The members of the fire department City. and next month expects: to attend a i

Among the,well known citizens.and bent reports having had a most de- complain o the congested condition of Warranty deed. Fort Dallas, Land meeting of the board of trustees of i"

,bankers of North Dade. who are Contractor Hahn has just commenced lightful trip and left Mrs. Broadbent the streets at the Intersection of Co. to Eugene and Wm. II. ZelglerI Emory College of which he la the

spent last Monday'In Miami'are Mr \\the erection of.a fourteelH'OOmedbnn. and son on i farm, two miles out from Twelfth street and Avenue D. by the I for $1,00. lots 4 and 5. block 437. Mi oldest member. St. Augustln Rew

-; George W. Potter president and Mr. siow for CoU Allen of Loulrrtne Westgrove. Pa, where they will spend number of drays and reams mat are amL ord.

Ceo. L. Brannlng. cashier, of the Dade KjrJ on the bay front Just south oiEnena the summer. During Captain Broad- ,allowed to stand there while awaiting I I Warranty deed, Mary L. Taylor to
County, State Bank, of West Palm Vista, and which he 1s to,haveompleted bent's absence the Forward has been an engagement and say that were a The Children's Favorite.
11.
| S. Taylor for $1.00, lots 15 and 16.
:Beach. These gentlemen 'Are, here : by early fall when CoL,At In command of First Lieutenant Alns- fire .to occur that would necessitatethe i For coughs, croup whooping conga,
;;' for, the purpose "bf attending" to .Im ;en jnd family will occupy It for the I worth. taking of the apparatus through i i block CO. Union.Warranty etc. One Minute Cough Cure la UMchildren's .
portent business m.ttera. and at'the vlnter. The bungalow Is to be one o fnee these streets that much delay and j deed. A. T. Carter and favorite. That t* becauseit :

;' same time enjoying the InTigoratlng 'he guest and most commodious Announcements have been received probably valuable time would be lost i wife to K. E. Larkin for $300 and contains no opine, U perfectly

f" atmosphere of a hustling city. ,They Uences of the,kind In the State and l In this city .of the marriage on Wednesday In getting through' and by these ve other considerations: eleven acres in hannle, tastes good and cures. Sold

returned home oti the evening train. '


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striction thrown around the power of i of the board of commissioner were not ELECTION LAW AMENDED p .

;tiEXI'f Of SUPREME COURT RULING such agents to bind the county by members of,any firm from welch supplies DElRAlCANNERYSHOWS, M
contract or otherwise will be of little were obtained, and as the evidence By Substituting "Who'Can not Read

avail. fails to show that these two or Writ", for ,-Wb bMvlr.*

This is particularly true where the men voted to order the payment ot

IN COUNTY COMMISSIONER CASE commissioner In violation of law, any of the accounts criticised. It was PRODUCT The bill of Mr. Carter. providing

whether by statute or the common error to enter a drecree against them for assistance to voter In primary

law rule as to public policy undertake jointly _with the other three. The answer election, which passed the Senate ,
? Grounds and Reasons Given In Detail For Reversal and Modification themselves to furnish supplies to the to this contention Is that the was returned by the House Wednesday c

of Lower Court's Decision In This Now Celebrated county which are used for the county's bill alleges that all the defendants a* MR. BLACKMER. OP NEW COM with an amendment striking out the
benefit. A rule which will enable county commissioners audited all of PANY EXHIBITS A CANNED TOMATO words "from any'cause: whatsoever,

Case Presented Metropolis Readers county commissioners to impose upona the claims and the answer of the com- THAT CAN NOT BE EX. and substituting "who cannot: read or'

county liability for supplies furnished sloners does not deny, but admits the CELLED IN PACK OR QUALITYMr. write. Senator Wilson moved T that

.d: 'The' foUowlng 'I* the full text of the that articles may be bought when not *I by themselves merely because fact and nowhere asserts that'Aicher the Senate concur In the a ndment 1

decree.of the Supreme Court of the needed*and that the judgment and discretion they have been used for the bone and Belcher did not participate: and Senator Crane strongly opposed the '

State of Florida-'modifying the dents of the supervisor and the commissioner fit of the county with their consent vote with the other member for the House amendment, and said it would
interest should be applied cautiously and only allowance and payment of the claims. Ignorant In the
Ion of the circuit court of Dade county may be warped by self \CL permit voters to vote
W. Blackmer, of Delray and
'in the case of George W. Lalnhart, to the great detriment of the In cases where equity and justice The bill alleges that two claims one primaries who would through the
# clearly demand Its application, and In favor of Lummus .t Sewell for $200. one of the stockholders in the Planters '"
evidence the educational qualifications
John Sewell. K. E. McDonald S. A.' public. According to the practical
Belcher and F. C. bicker county com Inns In which county commissioners where the supplies were necessary and & Co. for $53.40, were audited and al- Packing and Preserving Co. is not be permitted to vote In the general

missioners'of Dade county; Eugene were partners supplied from fifty to beneficial to the county. In all such Co. or 53.40, were audited and slowed In the city today exhibiting: samples election. He said it would be prsetii..

Dimick'county: treaurer.rand HeDJ'1'Brooker. eighty' per cent. of the supplies per cases it must not be forgotten that November 3.1902. but that same if tomatoes which: were packed by the i I caly voting by proxy and that It would

T. N. Gautier and W. J. chased for the county. The fact that the county Is called upon to pay had not been paid when the bill was company at Delray, bearing the above Imply legalize what was charged ."

Shone bond truSteeS of Dade county no coercion was used to induce such for supplies which though used filed. The anwser of the bond trustees name. ,was done In'the Democratic primary.'R

appellant; vs. R. Hudson Burr. W. A. purchases has little weight In cases for a county purpose and which the ..Alleges that the Lummus 4i Sewell :I Senator Wilson said the attack on '
The this
tomato as put by con
Larkin;\VWlam Lowe and C. Cone, ap- where as here an the purchasing county could lawfully buy yet in the .warrant was paid In regular course by up !the blU would have been fairer If made won
; them Before had cern. Is of the very highest grade and I
been they notice of
has
particular the comity any
-pelleea:' agents were employed! by, the county j case the bin when Its introducer. Sen-.
deprived of the benefit of the unbiased publication for a restraining order, and win rank with, the finest article put '
'The Jurisdiction\ of a court of equity commissioners and could be discharged Crews favored the amendment, and
; to entertain 'a bill for injunction and by them at any time and one of I judgment of its commissioners as to he-proof supports the answer in this out by any cannery, excepting none. told how the Democratic party was.
he necessity or advisability of IncurrIng respect. The allegation of the blU respecting Several of the local merchants who Iin
with the when the State
'&ecounUnr,such u was filed in this such agents was a partner a day was redeemed
':21, case is nOt questioned. Neither Is aQueation commissioner in a firm from whom expense for the supplies so furnished the non-payment of the other have'seen the product state that It from misrule, glad to get the

preSented as to the sufficiency' he purchased supplies. Almost an the and that the occers. whose warrant was not put In Issue by any will compare favorably with the highest vote of the'poor white man who could; j.

of the allegations of the bill to obtain authorities hold that transactions such duty it would be to decline to accept of the answer On the contrary",the standards. It Is only In the three- not read nor write and made an eloquent r

the relief prayed. One of the princl- as are here cUac1oled.are, condemned he supplies or to repudiate their use, answer of the treasurer admits its plea for these old.men. Senator ,
pounds cans that this variety found
truth. Under these circumstance
y 'pal'questions involved and argued is, as being opposed to public policy.even are the very persons who are Interested : we Crane concluded and said the presentlaw
think It was to and they retail-at twenty cents a can.
In forcing liability the county proper perpetually enjoin -
whether county commissioners may though no statute forbids them and ', upon provided for assistance for the!
4 through employee selected by them. we are;; therefore constrained to hold therefor. the payment of the last mentioned The Delray concern packs this variety blind or maimed, bat not for those I!

;af purchase from members of their body that such Is the law la,this State. For these reasons liability should other warrant though Improper as to the In two-pound cans which retaIL at that could not read or write. He'! r c

'or from .firms In-which.such memebrs The defendants alleged In their ans- not be Imposed merely because the articles one. ten cents a can or three for twenty-five thought the present law was. amply. '

are:partner, supplies to be used for wers and produced testimony tendingto used are such u the county had The decree appealed from ,'W be cents. The merchants are pleased sufficient ,

4 county purposes, audit and approve prove that no actual fraud, was perpetrated authority to buy or pay for and are reversed and the"cause remanded with with the prospects of being*able to Senator Stockton said he had voted)
referred
direction that it be
the accoimtl: and pay for stuns by warrants or Intended against the publicIn of some benefit to the county. Furthermore to a master lain such high grade goods that can against the bin originally for the re-!

drawn, on c.ounti: funds. the transactions complained of in the party fnrnlennig! the supplies to take further testimony and to be sold so reasonable. son,that the large floating population;
,
a :"Ibe. law 'goes not permit a.trustee- the bill; that the supplies purchased In such cases should not fie allowed state an account In conformity with "Mr. Blackmer states that It 1* the of the cities, often vicious and easilyi;

4: ,or an agent to.mike contracts: with had been actually used for the benefit to make a profit upon the transaction the views further herein expresses, and fo Intention of his firm to pack only the purchased might hold the balance otj; +

it himself regardingthe,' property com- of the county and it I* contendedthat or it would be idle to condemn such proceedings as may be very beat fruit, and Is confident it power and corrupt an, elections. He-;

jznltted' to his 'charge and this' on aa the commissioner would have the transaction u illegal on the conformable to equity wont be long before the Planter Pack- ..Id. further that he did not believe t'

grounrs of public policy. Neither does had aathority under the law 'to pur ground .of public policy and at the Whit field. C. J. and Shackleford. J. InK and Preserving Company's name the same would apply with equal I,
concur. will stand for an of Its
It permit him to.so conduct: himself chasethem, from another and to pay i same time permit the party to retain purity pack i, force to the counties which ,had no>
:with respect: togs trust, an to create the contract price or m the absenceof the customary profits of a lawful Taylor, P. J. and Hocker. J. concurIn larger system.Senator .
the opinion. FROM FERTILE'FLORIDA.
y ,'a contract by implication with'hlmIelf.. a contract, what'the1were reasonably transaction. If parties can be permit Raney said he;was:willing;;
The 'temptation to abuse bis' trust worth and u the amounts paid ted to recover not only the money Cockren, J. being disqualified tookno to trust the Democrat and would vote;

and to benefit himself to the detriment for same were the customary price actually paid for the articles supplied. part in the consideration of this What They are Doing In the Land of for the amendment :

"' 'of the trust property. too great to charged ,by other,peraoua dealing in but a profit upon the transaction even case the Grapefruit and Pin*. Tea and nay vote being called fore. ,

permit him to'thus deal with,It- In such 'supplies'In the munt)'. It would though the profit does not exceed that Cuban Diarrhoea. the Senate concurred in the amend
'
r such dealings'he'can not act impartially be Inequitable to permit the countyto usually made by other upon the sale The watermelon season Is now on ment by a vote of IS:to 3. Other r
.
U. 8. Soldiers who
served jtn Cuba
'ly for self lDterelt'wDl prompt a one- recover that money paid for the of similar articles, a premium 1* of. In full blast at Arcadia. The Trackers amendment perfecting the bin wereconcurred
during; the Spanish war know what
aided view?., inclining' him to. adopt supplies where they had been used ana fered for violating the law. While this disease Is. and that ordinary remedies Union there will have at least lawhHe "'leralwhlelt were' t
r that course which will benefit him*individually. could not be returned as was the case there Is ,some conflict In the authorities have 100 car to move and wants buyers. considered superfluous, were not concurred
little more erect
than
; so
a To permit him to buy from here. Many authorities hold that if u to the proper measure of recovery much water. Cuban diarrhoea la Many steamers loaded with pines in.
almost

himself put him In'the attitude of a transaction, like the ones In.question where the law raise: the Implication aa severe and dangerous from the keys are being unloaded at
aa a
being ,a Judge In his own cause, and is prohibited under :a criminal: to pay in cases like. the present mild attack of cholera. There Is one Miami The 'crop Is ripening fait HOBISIN A NEW ROLL

of:attempting serve two masters, statute, ,prescribing ,a penalty, there we thing the rule is to confine the remedy however that can always be and aU boats available are being used. .

'whose Interest are diametrically op. can be no recovery of any sum whatever recovery to the actual cost to the party depended upon as win be seen by the A few watermelon growers at Talaha have taken Former Mlamian Now In Business'at

;posed. The law does'not denounce by the party who furnishes goods furnishing the supplies provided that following certificate from Mri. Minnie up' culture this sea.sou Crystal River.
melons
Already of fine sire are
a each,conduct on the theory that train4 In,violation of the statute even though does not exceed the reasonable fair Jacobs of Houston, Texas: "1 hereby on the vines and an early crop is r
or wrong Inevitably reaultajrat because the other party has used them while value, and to disallow every elementof certify that Chamberlain's Colic expected.The The Crystal River News In Iti'laatcurrent
-
It win resulthence others' hold that m such in transaction.We Cholera, and Diarrhoea doings
may probably even a case profit Involved the Remedy cured Brat shipment of peaches this Issue thus tells of the
proof that no wrong' was Intended or' the party may recover what they are are of the opinion that all trans- my husband of a severe attack of Cu- season left Dade City last week., ,Mr. of a former Mlamian which-will: be>

\; committed and that no fraud .resulted reasonably worth.:though he can: not actions. whereby the commissioner ban diarrhoea which Be brough home Soar the pioneer peach grower made read with Interest by those who knew
-
_ln a particular cue does not render recover the contract, price. At the or those acting under..their authority from Cuba.. We had several doctors the shipment to 8. H. 1-E. Frost of and remember him here: ..,
the contract 'nUcI. The la....' frowns Ume these transaction occurred we procured supplies from firm}n which but they dId'him no good. One bottle New York. Mr. Co Hobbs formerly assistant

upon and denounces such C8nduct'1n; had no statute making them penal offenses any of. the' commissioner or their of this remedy cured him. as our W. L. Dorr's shipped three,barrels cashier of the Bank of DunneHon.

.every case, and the principal or teeth as Chapter 4020, act approved prchaslng agent were partners, are Illegal neighbors will testify. I thank Cod of vary watermelons grown near Lees- resigned his position' on the ISUtInst '' Jr

pus trust Is given a remedy by,which May 1;, 1891. entitled -An act to pro being opposed to public policy for so'valuable a medicine." 'For sale burg to New York last week. Last and comes to locate with,ns aacashelr
an such'transactions shan be set aside oJeers from bidding by Red Cross'Pharmacy and all.medicine early melons shipped by him In
habit for offentering and that it was proper to enjoin the year of the Crystal River Fish and!
r .,H be_ so desire The same, principle Into any contract"which they payment of warrants issued in pay dealer barrels sold for $L50 each. Oyster Co.

f applies to'officers'of: 'private corporations are or may be 1 Interested In. the let- ment for: such supplies. But we think It is said that several farmers in "Mr. Hobbs is well known in bank-

as well'u to'public officers. ting and prescribing a penalty for the court below erred In decreeing the ANNUAL' MEETING. the vlcinty of Dank and Fort Lauderdale Inc circle throughout the State having

,tt a pubUc officer having power- to the same,"- applies only, to contracts repayment by the commissioners of paid negro tomato picker u been coneeteJ with the-nnt National '

,purchase supplies contracts with himself for the working of penile roads or all sums actually paid but on accountof The annual meeting of the county high! u $2 per day and their dinner Bank of Sanford for five year*.
during the flush of the season.
'r supply'them, the"e, utract,1s streets the construction "or banding every transaction for supplies obtained Commissioner and Good Roads Association and later cashier of the Fort DaHa* '
lean
When a Florida has been
r Void, no act1011.JCan' ,maintained for of bridges the erection or building of from''firms In which 'a 'commissioner of Florida.All! be held In munching roasting ears for three National Bank of Miami. At the former ,

the contract'price..- and even though houses or for the performance of any was a partner, and hold that the city of Orlando Tuesday. June weeks It makes him smile to see in a place he. with CoL T. J. Apple-. (

the'amounts specified In such contract other public work In,which the officer the commissioners, can only be' required :0, 1905. northern paper a statement that if It yard and Capt. Whither of Fort Reed,

'were audited'' -a warrant drawn was,a party to the letting'."and not to to account tor,and pay Into the Every Board of County Commissioner turns 'warmer corn planting will begin was largely instrumental In introducing
'to pa'; It, a'court of equity will. enjoin transactions such -as are'IDYoh'ed lathiscase treasury the full amount paid out on In the State should appoint delegate Beit week the celery] Industry. Capt. WhiU,

such payment at the suit of taxpayers. and Chapter '6186, act approved account of such transactions as- were at once and If possible the envLire Rf'l'OJ'tfrom Yala'ha state that oranges ncr had made a success: of celery

With respect: to county:commissioners: May" 29,1903had not then been tainted with actual fraud, or for such board,should attend this. Import art growing rapidly peaches on the muck land of Lake Jesup The, b

,the principle baa peculiar: application.* enacted. The doctrine that a county supplies aa were not necessary and ant meeting, are beginning to ripen, vegetables are deposits In the First National Bank. ,
WhU .the'raup, of their) powers. "1* '"mar'become liable upon-a legal Implication beneficial.to the county.or which could A special Invitation is also extended In' fine condition considering the dry became so low. that the officers of thla

its limited. they'are,necessarily,Invested ,when properly made" 1* expressly not have been ,lawfully purchased to all pubUc .officials and citizen weather.. cucumbers, beet and potatoes Institution thought of liquidating, and

with large discretion'.to be exercised: recognized: 'and, sanctioned in by the commissioners from other persons Interested In the question of Improved are plentiful Mr. Hobbs believing that celery

run ,tin,the execution'ot such powers as are Payne vs. Washington County. 25 Fla. for the use of Uje county. The highways.In The rush with the Mutual Packing could 'be grown la the gailberry vat
i .conferred- upon them and a sound 798. test 807. 6 South.., Rep. 881, andthe commissioners must ho..rever. be held addition to the ropfts from the Association la now over. The dry wood land around Sanford. obtained y

[public policy require that none of the question we are.required to determine to account for and pay into the county various counties discussions and'pa weather has done considerable damage a thousand plant from CaPt. WhIt.
; read, the Commissioners of Or .
pers
1 principles: with*'which they; tew> safe I* whether: such legal :.implication treasury ail profits or excess over.the will have their entire and the flelds'.are nearly all dryIng ner and experimented: In the yard of
'cua I. .the conduct of agents ;and ,exist in the present case.: : actual cost of 'the' supplies to'thosewho ange County Orlando up. A few small shipments of Mr. C. D. Leffler.; whose place was sit-,
road-making outfit located near
a trustees should be relaxed in,respectto ,It would seem that In Indiana, and furnished them such cost not to that the delegate, may have an of tomatoes the crophas will go been forward.bat shipped.A. the. bulk anted on Lake Munroe. He made a success }

this class of public officer*.' perhaps some other States, no recovery exceed their reasonable,market value opportunity of seeing how roads are W. Garnett bright a load of 60 of It, growing at that time celery

; It U, therefore, highly' improper' that can be' had even upon'quantum on aU supplies so furnished which built In this prosperous section of the watermelons to Palm Beach from Hy- measuring from IS to 20.Inches, and e

i' the commissioners or purchasing Yal bat. for transactions like the ones were necessary and beneficial' to the State. Representatives of road machinery poluxo one day last reek and disposed bleached like parafflne wax. This can

'agents employed by them should 'purchase here involved but.the great t'we1rht of county la the puchase of which no actual concerns will be presentAn of them to the Lake Worth Produce be attested by Mr. C D. Lester who

''supplies. from members'. .of theo authority sustains, the. right of the fraud was perpetrated, and which appropriate program of entertainment Co. He reports that' e and some sold the celery." :v.

,,board of from: firms In which ther are party supplying the goods to.recover the commissioners would. 'hue, had will M provided br the Orlando of his neighbors sent out a carload

partners, especially where the commis what he has actually expended, or authority to purchase from other per committee and all win receive' of melons Tuesday night. This Is RED MEN REORGANIZING, e

sIoD themselves. audit the,, bi li what the supplies were reasonably sons for the use of the county. In a hearty welcome. the second ear they hare shipped

Some of the transaction shown In the worth where no actual fraud'wu Intended other words the commissioners will As every citizen of Florida te interested from Hypoluxo.-Frurt ant, Produce Quite a Large Membership and Many ,

present case groedy'violate,this' rule'of or perpetrated and the supplieswere only be required to account for. the In the work of the AssociationIt News. Other Awaiting Adoption.The z

,public policy and Justly deserve se neceuarr'and beneficial to the moneys paid out by them- In excess la to be hoped that this meeting will

.a ren condemnation at the hand of the county applying with modificationsthe of such sums as the parties furnishing be the largest In its history. A DOUBLE MURDER; Improved Order of Red Men

]law.The county: commissioner appointed general rne'whlcti, imposes liability the supplies under the circumstances The Commissioner of Orange county give promise of becoming one of the
the official of the city of Orlando -
aa supervisor ofconvicts, a'man upon an Individual for goods ac stated would be permitted to recover Uvest order In the city. The tribe
,
the Board of Trad. .nd citizen Mike MInll and Son Slain at Fort '
rwho, .waa a partner in business with cepted'and used j7'him. under such from the county by appropriateproceedings Is being reorganized and the attendance -
and all Join In extending Clark '
of the city county White Will
on* .of their' number.' ThIs supervisor circumstance: as to exclude'the Idea in the courts: which recovery a cordial Invitation to you to by both Monday and the week before -

; had authority to purcnase supplies of a gift This rule founded in justice would not Include any elementof Come. was large and enthusiastic. 4'

f' and purchased them of the firm Is much ,restricted'in'In, ru,application profit in the transactions.In be Hotel present rate are a* :follow: SanJnan A Lake City special to the Jacksonville Meetings are held every Monday
Metropolis of Monday : night at the Knights of
say Pythias
| to hall
commis- persons under disability: such, as order that no misapprehension r.so. Tremont 1%. The Inn IL2S.Wlnd-
Infants It Is reliably reported here' this and a degree team Is 'now rehearsingthe
and married women. It Is may arise,it may be wen to state that nor $1.50.The .
morning that Mike Mlzen and his eon. work preparatory, a large Dumber
; approve the accounts for same. Thiswu'blgbly'lmproper necessarily: much restricted in respectto the Injunction against payment of out ,
Peter had been found dead at Fort of Initiation which will be made
and cannot: boo mere governmental agencies, particularly standing warrants Issued for supplies first thing that the city should
WhIte. The Mixella were prominent in July. Several applications are now '
tolerated under any rule of public poticy. counties, whose posers are purchased from firms in which a commissioner do after receiving Us new charter
farmer are were well and favorablyknown. y on fife and aa there is a special dispensation r'
.. limited' and restricted In:many ways. ,wa* a member does not op should be the caning of a new bond It Is also said that the men snowing new member to betaken at
I' The public to entitled to the unbiased If the agents of a county all of"hompoueaa' erate to prevent the :commissioners, election in a sufficient sum to carry on had been shot to death by unknown In at $5 It la eipeered that there,

r Y Judgment and' discretion of the commissioners only limited powers, may Impose from Issuelng'other warrant In Ueu'thereof. the Improvements planned and so parties. Last night the sheriff of Columbia will be very largo additions to the t'

and ot the supervisor U to liability upon the public by accepUng to the parties who furnished necessary to the neeVis and development county and his deputies wentto membership during the next ',few
4' ,the necessity for and the quantity and and using in the name of the the supplies for such amounts as maybe of the city. It Is superfluous to : Fort White to make an examinationand month .

quality,of supplies proposes to be par public article whlch inure to the public found proper accordance with add that the election should be called endeavor to arrest the guilty ones. The tribe I* out of debt baa a one

c' chased, but if the supervisor may'buy benefit where the public-are given the rule laid down above. and legalized by an ordinance and I' Will Clark a young white man has equipment of paraphernalia'a Uv*'and

-? from-1Irm, composed of himself- and no opportunity to meet and ratify or The appellant contend that a*Alcher not by resolution as Vas the ace in ; surrendered to the sheriff for the murder active membership and nothing to prevent .

a commissioner there; b great Oangei8& repudiate such traasactlon, hen the re- and Delchertwo members,of the board the other election declared Told.r ; of MlzeU yesterday. a rapid growth. '

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F

I' THE NATION'S DRINK BILL.A i .

F 'LUMBER: MAKES DRIFTED SIXHUNDRED .t"'"

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bilUon and a half dollars annum
per

:'Hie. Professions a *) |,. A BIG ADVANCE ,, for
liP3. despiteV.. C. T. U.'s. Adamstaws : :. .to
'l J I II I i t i """- -

I and a continually growing public : I I Palm Beach 2l.13. .. ,
I II II I
.IUt
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,' )Main F Brooks ................. 'lot .S b town of Vest t
stntilaent which tabooes drinking. I i i Pttlm Uemch !a'ooi: : ......I 111 ad
& f'turid't Feat Coast Raliaay lie factory lot and Ire f..tnt.1I ;
,
::e"Qn. On and after June 1, there win be treating and indulgence in stimulant : few months I I f..m|_B> RR Kewne town ol We t| '
Capt. Thompson '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. an increase of $2: per thousand on all j I Ij [l The regular aunual estimate of the ;I of the schooner ago Rae!. F 31 X11U. ........................ I part Palm of Bearh ewe, 4It.trey deed book?.1[ Q'C .. If'._,,

Mlllrnotlccln' ane mr ..stala and Fxtenl j jf j lumber sold la Miami. This was the i!' nation' drink bill indicates an In- i itckcj up :i i!I, Flurida Eat Coast ice i ...ce ........... ..........j i t crQ; it tun

a .)t.d.ItI..lor a &a lnlntana frerlactlza'ci statement made to a Metropolis re-1 I' creai-iug use of ftimulants in the al:- off Key Largo a solid mahogany ahtp'a.yawl I i'I t'ompn) .... .... ....... ,.*1 01 sty uf ,.>, of b.... ...... : .1::. .. LSI.

"ttc1M. Mllml Fla.. porter by Mr. G. A. McKlnnon. of the i| gresatas woll a* per capita. This .: l, 30 feet In length. 6 left beam ,'' Jnrkannrllle.In Jim RhealtallroRd':'iii AuiruMln...*......cil inet. of pet. ..... .... i!ft!f ;4Jw It I.a' 2'

j- O.JIO.lt2T.; J. A. :McDonald Lumber Company.an< t I pin U the greatest in the alcoholic and :3 I feet draft. It was abandonedbut U II-I part of e...,, oru veil 4book
.' ..
I'T iwg..5 11 CI 4t; .I in
D T. SKAGOS. M. D., who in explaining the cause for the I beierap' notably In beer, the per on a thwart were found some articles I G 8- .................. ..... ,part M !...'. of **-+ d..eJ book

..,. Increase in the price of lumber said: capita uf of which increased 0.2G gal- of clothing.; There was nothing T 0 Si* a ...>.............. ..... I pan K pap of e.:v,w v. .Ito..doeabool11 .1': cns S J. I.U f
OIBo with Bed CIOM Pnanaa "The increased price is made necessary i i puce 7 an4 .. ...... ... ....1 I St.cut: s i inM
Ked! nee 14tb wrxt un.. uubin one fear, while that of about the craft II- Lansing ............. ...... of sat, ..r nwD 14 ..-.....-.... ;.:rapt, Ian
establish Its
ate C by the combination of all Georgia { )* to IJt'U'I'II'.>hn Cory ... ... ............ ub dlr !It 1 ................1 I.ICa31: 1* > 144
corset FLORIDA. and Florida lumber manufacturers spirits was only I.I gallons more. thy. and It was taken to Key (' E EAedd .................. part lot I tired book M page, 1.
MIAMI, The total estimated retail cost; of I 31 .... .. 1 :34C.'OVI IMV
(
who decided upon an advanced and un- Capt. tv L BrownIll ................ ...... part lot :: deed book 14 fnf t.1 : > 4...
T L.l. JL .JAC.5U, .J1l., fctiuiulams to consumers for the fiscal Thompson And there attracted I : J Ual. .... .. ............. :iwV. of n**. <*? n...... of o*' : : 1
!form price upon lumber outputs from much attention by its peculiarity the I I of ...... .v, or B.... of bet. .j(i iw .a
mills controlled by them. The Increasehas I year ending une 30, IMt, "'aAUf.S,6.1 news. \, of .*. of new. a'i. l
J omCE: :: mala point of interest being that It II of ..w\. of hey n.". of m>'. i
& BLOCK AVX. D been effective for the past sixty i $ ::: :, of which $1.277,7:7.190: was one solU piece of timber having I of ar ........ ...'.............. 144,43 ; r la ";
: rlOTEI. BISCAY more,'but as the J. A. McDonald : went for alcoholic drinks. The annual Frft".... F Bradbury ............. Iota .nd T and w, lot : sub I .
MIAMI FLORIDA. days or been hewn from a tree the same as I dlr lot 1. I and -------'v. ..... lte'CI toIr. S2bl 1.11' '-
Lumber Company had large quantities average; test for five years 190\iI- the Seminole Indians fashion their J J Hunter ............. "'\- of nV., of lot S aub
19'.11. was $1.:6t.U.'tl.: : :: I R II liuddleMon ..... .... .. Ma 1 and t .................. .. : ; _. I rm
!n.c HAlER, of material on nand that had n been purchased before, the Increasewas The record shows a per capita expenditure Lvwia C Krwh ............. .!flood of nw i ................... # co ..
The boat was evidently of foreign I Iwwl l. C Kreecb ................. tort let 1 deed book X page 4,4414o, f I J.
; DENTIST. made it made no advances but for all sorts of stimulantsby butU and being fashioned from a mahogany 1-a ..'........ ..... .......... ..: :; .4'I fl 4 ,
? < Hypoluxo tt.,.ch Co. ........ ... hit 2 .. ..... ... ... ... _- 11.7$
()!Ice! i. Sra-eU BuiUi(. o. Twelfth was content ,to sell the stock at the the Sl.TSI.oM: inhabitants: of the tree.many surmises were made (1 F ratlvtuun. ......... ._...... I...' of *. U ..............--.....I ,&o. U.SO1.41\ "
The Hjpoluxa !teac. Co. ........ ... fractional- .... ..... -.11. r
Street. figures that had prevailed. rutted States in 1904 of $1S.33 or :
same as to its place of origin. One John : : T.'"
t t'ylnriuso' teach Co. ........ ... 'tats 1 and 41.*a 1 ; m sold.. ::::1 2L4:1t.
MIAMI FLOIRDA.H. Increase is effective In every city and I91.CS for each family of five persons. Lopez; claimed that the boat was of J 11 1..tO ................ ..... '"...i ot cwt, of awl. ..n.i of I tt4 -1KtCce2
I vl., of .... ........ kj 'rJ
y.ATKIHSOM, town in Florida and Georgia."It That U equivalent to one glass of beer the kind in general use In Yucatan )1,1..1 Land Co ...... .......,... .S of .H "' lot of sub -....1 :t :.... 4Hi'
Maras: JohnsonMo.11 ..... ........... ; $
Is now necessary for our company ; swy of lot a aub 4'v of wli **! '
every day for each one of the population one of the South American State and tli.i-O/: // ,.

ATTORNEY AT LAW. to buy new material and as we certainly far from*an immoderate he wrote a friend there, more out of I lAnd Co ...... .........: !aw part S lot :3 and lot 4 of Mb dlr! :I'4S'C' !" '
u' '!
A 1111 ...... ............. ...... of nw., ot say deed
,p.rt a1 sue uu&UeD t'OlIft"IUIClq. sadNotaryy will have to pay the mills a proportionately use of alcoholic stimulants.The curiosity than anything else, to ceo If pun\V C..booki i..taf' "ISS [
page : t-
Sa.Public I. Otlce.ViO. f L. advanced price for all lumber per capita cost of coffee, tea and the craft could be Identified by him. I R'W P.rterP ............. ........ a4 of .>4 of deed"*>, book of .wS,i and eof'VwS .

... la 1Ie..u BaBdla.'MIAMI. recelevd. we win have to increaseour part lot I ..; ....P..... :
v FLORIDA I make cocoa was $:..0. against $15.63 for alcoholic Recently a reply was received from KUIlnowortli ................... .4 'o'r'iwU oT".. I .. lJ-
prices accordingly. anJ be\orages. as tMrprrc"! with his friend Aiiplto Maana, describing It 8 ilerrttt ................ ...... ne1 of aw U of BW% of pwy.nete =:: "S 11, Y
this explanation of the situation In It L Knapp ....................... ..* of ..\ or nwj, of nwli' :: t
". w. S. GRAJCLIHQ, $!.Cl spent for ncn-alcoh.ollc\ simulants : In detail the boat and its probable ....t of canal! .
D1 Justice to our patron and ourselves. O W Pmrr .... ........ ....?.. lot deed book Z I.. 3454JJiH tit
Just what effect the Increase In the and $15.54 for spirituous malt contents at the time It was pick K d MerrlttBrteht ..................... pan Iota A. O and M b. 1 town pace. of _'ar at LMJ ia

:1 PHTSICIAW &1D Suxa OH.Orricx locll retail price of lumber will haveon liquors in 1 03. ed up afloat at sea, and la)Ing claimto Hall ..... .. ......... lot Bnitton 11 b b f town'of Bointoo.... 525 91Oa1!/ ..... ; [ .13
ix MIAMI TBLXPBON B'tiw. From the tables cf the quantities of it as his property. Msiana also told COV Dram .... .......1... ........ lot b S town of Boynton .... : .... :f '
r s : building operations In Miami and H H Orals'Klor ........... ........... or ... tT a5 .,...:: ..
lot I b S
Hours from-9 a. m.to 4'p. m. vicinity remains to be seen but It Is liquor consumed (compiled from the how the boat came to be lost. He said Bowen. ............. ....... lota S. a and town 7 b Boynton.4 town ofBoynton U t:;:4.4. ...... :.d r

q MIAMI. Fu.GILLESPIS hoped that the effect will be so slight official report of the bureau of statistics that Triangle he was Reef sailing on the and Yucatan fishing"coast near Cot Bella Knapp .. ....-......... lot. 1 and S.b T town.?of. Boyer. ..- .... -....1 UIS'Ca

as to not militate against the building fnited States Department of Com and had the *boat astern. In some C W Pearce ....... .............. f and S.b I.town of Soya.ton : ; : ._... I Us da

ENLOE,Dentist and progress of the city.ROOSEVELT'S merce and Labor) It a shown that the .;,.. .1
e use of whiskey has steadily Increased manner it went adrift and he did nqt Bert L Knapp ..1 lot t b 11 town of Boynton.'... i iwVi ,e43* ..w I tw''
omCX HOCMjomcx .. discover the lost until too late to recover Alanao Kine ................... of wH or .w't of neV* town ; I '7)ZI'IG
r.1L from 1.01 gallons per capita In 1SS6 or Boynton .... '
is rrtJaiu 1ZwSL *** UUlM.c.umL"iC& VISIT. It. 8 Grant Fenno .......... ..1-H of lot 17 and'U sub div..... Sg;' ;.::01 13 M
.ala St,aeac Boutovud to 1.48 gallons In 1904 a gala in nine This was In the early part of last Allen Mary: T J Johnson Taakar .. ... n4 of .nS or cwt af nwy .... : $ t4.fIi43I' C-
H or awU of neA, of nw* andS
of 46 cent.
.. XI.ua.I'LOBmA. When H. Will Come South and What years over 1per fall and It was four or five months or aeH % or nwVi.. '
R C Taster ...... .. .'.. ott nw t. tc
.
The consumption of wine for the ? >H or nH 74 of..'... 4'H41j .1
JLU'l'Ds x D H. Will Do. later when the boat was found off Key J Turner ......... ei4 ol aeor nw y.......__. ; 11 UI
'
v H.W. same period shows an Increase of 100 Largo by Capt. Thompson. Tp to this R Florida C Ta.East ker .rout Railway?... neV, or neW or ftel,( of aeWw -.-.. &S*4ua IOt islu .as..

,, gomo President Roosevelt. In conversation per cent; beer IS 4-5 per cent; all alcoholic time It had drifted according to an :rompany: ..... ..... lot 1 ..._ .? ?........_ '
Henry AQreeo. ... .S"lot S tub. Ale .......... ;sew U I IMU '
D.po.t.E14 A'..C drinks %15 .MMi I
combined.
MuD Orncr' Yrs with the special Washington correspondent per estimate of the tides and currents (Leo. Hanna ... 5 town or Delray I X44
Roan s1o4 Po ak cent. Mrm. R :M: Lane ..... ......... :b 70 and 71 town or Delray.... K,Of' LOW| tat '
BcaxA VuTAIrD: 'Mla3tlOR18.IBEDItBICL of the Savannah News, confirms over 600 miles, crossing the gulf In a Kate M Lyman .............. .... b5:i and *II teem IotIhibas 141111: _fl/ 144. '
._ FLOKDA. Coffee shows a per capita gain of north-north-east direction to Cape San of R R town or Delray ._.
the promise he made CaptainC. TnknownH .........._. ...... > O town of Delntr ..........,- ItS
Garner of the Jacksonville 44.8 per cent since 1896; tea about Antonio on the western end of Cuba J Vanderiln ................... II 55; ......1. tN
.. Eo .
U Board of Trade some months ago/when the same being 1.33 pounds In 1S9S thence northeast into Florida Straits J 3 SchablniterO .............. ... D.1-f .... I' H4SI4JI; : _". I ..
'CIVIL'ENGINEER against 1.34 pounds In 1904. and up the coast to the place whereIt M Raawrt ..... ......... .... ..4 lot 10 sub dlr ................ "N/4tk,, 'W M '
Captain Garner extended the President F L Tenhrook ............ ... nV, of eH of lot S anK dlT .. .. 2w4snl 1ft ItrI
AND SURVEYOR. behalf of* the It is apparent that the use of the was found free of water and IntactIn Go W Thornton'................. Iota U and 9! cub dlr ...?... :3.4&41 S1N rnivC1
an Invitation on ............. ... :
&AU M Lam.. PaiOnilaiAttention The boat will be CbA OritflthliO Iota 19 and M tub dlr..... .tG f1i14:43'
floury I'Iab1te for milder sUlUul beer coerce: every respect. returned ............. ...... la1l
elves to sub Wriduil.. Larga tract*. Board of Trade and the people of I nfs--.rlne. M Rnnert Iota it) and M sun Mr .... : 14c
O>Oe.one Peatoffloa and tea-has not been able to check to its rightful owner. F H McFarlane ...... .......... Iota S and U) part to S subdued : 'UJj...
n .; FLORIDA. Jacksonville to visit the city.:. At that -- -- book : pats 3S .................
MIAMI .............. ... a:nat
Roosevelt said he would the Increased use of spirits', of which Peter Petemon lot _. and port lot ...ulHl'k -' 140 LSI'
time 3 fro 2 :S!....
C H. RICHMOHLJ, the large quantities withdrawn for Deafness Cannot Be Cured F L IIim r ....................... H-of ..S pas e>f n.4 of ..w" 34><4i>' bj .
( make Jacksonville a stopping plac on F C Juris ................ ... n I 5 ."r.. of lot $ went of right 21,WO :0 r 4zu4 I 1)
visit through the South. consumption have risen from .0.1%,),- : or ...... <,
$ ..REAL'ESTATE.'OEIIT his next 745 by local applications as they cannot inrt..t WeC'f'ht'1' .......... ...... lot 7 way w of rirtt or ....... ; I I .. .,,
Speaking to the newspaper man the gallons in 1896 to 12UOU97 gal reach the diseased portion of the ear. f'orry RMhF .. ......... ........... hey or fret;.. of lot 1 sub way.dlT.... ; I.StI..18' :
PEMRINI CRAUT CANO COMPANY ions In 1904. A Johnftn ........... ........ Part of nw\4 salt ...<4. 3"tfIoat: .7711r
MJTART rCBUC.BT1TK President said yesterday that he had There Is only one way to cure d >afne sand ** A J"hn an ..... .. .. ........ .'S of a*>4 of *e<4 of nw>i.neH III 4': p' 25 11 ,
AT LARGEJUTLfrR. : received cordial Invitations from manyof Vast as seems an expenditure of that is by constitutional remedies fnknownT ............. ..........., or nw', of nw<4 and nw1-- tat ,a ..Ilet;

.' .. .FLORIDA., the cities of the South to visit nearly one and one-half billion dollars Deafness' Is caused by an Inflamed A Coras* ........ ....... ..of... net of,..or.. of nwW aw .W ....,. 15 444331, *45tt .. ..r",,...
o Henry ..... ........ of net. of Cwt of 'r.a 1" .II
them, but In view of the fact_ that he for stimulants of which S5 per cent Is condition of the mucous lining of the a Henrv ..... ........ n H S of a<" of .S i of lot*w 1.. h. ;:tI.tia. I 1. .:

BINNING proposed to limit the trip to about for alcoholic drinks it constitutes Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is T a.yrflu Henrr Wert.rfleld........................._.' eH of of nela aw of H..or..nwW of awr.....'" : 'ctni: j' 1. [ 10' t

ten days, he will be obliged to forego about one-eighth of the total expenditure inflamed you have a rumbling sound ofImperfect I fnknown .... ........... ray C H of awn of .*.* of nwW; and I :tCjta: S as A.

Pnayt Atleitl 1DteIed\IIS.\ tefernc4 : the pleasure of making a general tour of the nation for food and drink hearing and when It is en- "......' ...... ........... w.'.i e or<4 of"'w&aw4 4 of of nw nwy>4 or.......... );C'itten: i tpooh' -j
1 Tttt1rat.... ...... _..... ist
ttWM.
lsk w E
State
!Me Ctsst lot S ..
) of the principal cities of the South. tirely closed deafness I. the result, **pliM """.. Plteen ......... .. lot :Sand w" oT nw" .... : '. Mt' 4.14 ";
.... _..,N..., O arot: :. to
Inflammation be W Uanhan tot'V'deed'book' '
West Palm Beach :: Florida His present Intention ,,1s to leave DAVID and unless the can part 6 pew %$I Neal| it I.. g'
LEAKING. K :UcDveeaO ....... ..... .
..
fi about October 1st. His taken out and this tube restored to its IB port lots 1 and J deed book: ] +
Washington
( .... _. .. '..
T.BANDERS, N. normal condition hearing will be destroyed P MMcalf ... .......... ......, pain"4. of'iol I ............?.. 'at 'll UIaqj
formal will be Raleigh. : ;
JAMLS first stop I Frank Sheen ............ ....._.., or nwt. .... ... .... .. I 30
The
ATTORNEY AND C. It was expected that he would cargo of coal of the American forever; nine cases out of ten 1.... teem ......... ... ......... '.r no and w14 of iet.a 1551.w'4 Aiwa! 4S I .IN

COUNSELOR AT.LAW.Omen visit Charlotte,.,bnt at his suggestion, steamer David ;which arrived here are caused by catarrh, ,which is nothing 1...ii Sheen ......... ... :.._. / or sera ne H.sold k.a.S..acre sold>> said; 134,331 IX14C t..
recently from Norfolk is to be discharged but an-Inflamed condition of the I sod ... .... ..: :: T14OtC5- "
cOmlllereta1..4 B.NIs.... r..... .&p'" of. the programme was changed so that 'at A I Rk-hardaon ........".. ..., lot :2 ..".."...'.......* ..."."..... ...., !, I &It t tot'nwu
J'1de11ty u4 DerMt Co.B.w.ore, ML ho might visit' the capital of that once or U soon as men mucous surfaces. J A McDonald, .._._.. .........1012: .............. ... .......'t .... "1101431 11 (
WATVOV_ BUKK.' Lock Box a I can be procured to take the coal from We will give one hundred dollars Lastf
State. From Raleigh he win proceedto '4
,MIAMI FLORIDA. the hold of'the mse*. says the Pen. for any case of deafness (caused by ..
Atlanta, and while In that vicinitywill sacola Journal !
be cured by Halls
catarrh) that cannot
,MITCHELL p. PRICE. accompany Senator Clay to Ros* The David was libeled a few days Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free:

at Law 'and Solicitor well the former home of his mother. ago by the owners of a tug of Jack F. Cheney Co.. Toledo. O. /Now is the Time
Attorney Atlanta the President will
Leaving sonvUle, the amount being $25,000. Sold by Druggists 75c.

in Chancery. proceed to Jacksonville. Fla. After This was on' account of salvage Take Hal;j Family Pills for Consti-

Dee:1.tcbdii1ix. HIAia. TLA leaving Jacksonville the formal stops claimed to be due the tug for assisting pation.
To Plant
will be at Birmingham, Tnskegee and the steamer when she was In Jls- _. p Orange Trees

W.. C. MA YNARD, Mobile New Orleans and Little Rock. tress on the East Coast bout ten

and then home In time to call an extrasession days since. The cargo was also Included LOW RATES via and Grape Fruit

of Congress to meet about the in the libeL Louisville & Nashville R..\R.

middle of October. Yesterday the representatives of the Tile lollowlar W. ro.." trip nth fromJackMMTilK : Aso Rose Bushes for Winter Boo mig
libellant agreed to grant tile master .
This Is the tentative programme u to van'oa poiaw Sonhaa4 W Mwill {
permission to unload the 'he : b* ia effect. .aln akova. Propontioaawty -
cargo a* And all other
AND the President outlined 'It. He expresses ', tow ralM from abet poiau.LOinSTILLS. ornamental trees and shrubs_
JEWELER (IOPTiCIAft. his sincere regret that he steamer Is leaking from the Injuries XT. Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other'
Perfect fitting; easy wearing jrlassea sustained when she went aground. Rate I14.4. _.. Unit. Coaf..l.rat. *
axe a comfort. .YTith our extensive could not accept a greater number of \Mana Rl.ajO*.J.a. U tel:1: lac. with '.aI information.
o The t'Xtentof the leak is not known 9t:
apparatM and large experience: the Invitations Be bad received from '1i.it J.ty 10.
but It Is stated u being badne- rOXTLAXD. OXIOOXRatatsVUS.accoaatLoata
there is noguess work. Pnce* reasonable. the omclal bodies of Southern very ...
many Clark Cra .I. GRIFFING
I We repair Watches. Clocks, cessitating the discharge of the cargo.The .at Tick... ..*.. nolU,.. ..a...... BROS. GO 'f
Ea."tIoII.
cities. He said It would have
Jewerly and Spectacles. A portion of afforded Teasel is mon *d alongside of the May Ztrd to Sept. .. sal man lima liD".' ,.
.e Tear trade asked for., ,Located on A.Y.4Due him much satisfaction .to have Included Iaa J'rudMIIU\A 1.01 ADp.. Cal.RauNh .
coal wharf at the Q&rard., the cargo
POMONA/
: D between 12th and IStb Sts. Savannah In .*. ticket. aotd eertaasdates April NURSERIESMain
his'Itinerary, but
.. of coal being .consigned to the UMk to Aarat U'h I.e. ..al retire limn">
W. C. MA YNAIt. D.-.. circumstances would not permit so government. days Irom data of ale a et emcwl Nor >Hk. office Nursery Office,.
J.wel.rt.a.0rsdoM Owidaa I
that Ia" pleasure deferred. He remarked Rate 41605.DENVER accoaat COLOXADO lawraaHoaat Epwortkt Cor. Ave C and 12th St.. up stair Little Hirer, FUXXXXXXXXXXXX3COCOCOOCOOOOCOC

.. ... CMTeatioa. Tkkrt. ...U J... :0 to
that he had already visited .
Dying of Famine. .atk
JatT twk.lac, Seal Mero lim t A.tt j
: PATENTS South Carolina one of the first official BUTT ALO. N. T.Rau .
..at mtftnt Greed
visitations of his administration, and is. in its torments, like dying of con Lode B.32aXU P- o. Eo Vlr?* stf. hl.11 t. 10. 1 ooocooooooool'l

In arranging this trip he bad endeavored sumption. The progress or consumption i.e.. Seal retara CASADA,
TOXOXTOL _
a1. w MTYl.aa.mEaaE.u .a.a aa.10wL..a L
19th
.n14 Jane to
M .Ypm..ratstl rw.O.m..a previously visited. end. i a long torture, both to victim leae.e Cf.re. .''''.''.'.. Tick.lima 1IIf1I.t 8thXAUTB.LLTxxx. .
iac Baal "-
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4.rr..wr .car brlw. al >There will be short stops an along and, friends. "When I had Consumption 1IzAL1vzzc : :
J Cotter. Semer U
..ter A4r .4 taeeraa too ...vet.via. Rata al..$ acesU' 1'eak..de
dSelltaa Taw NMa.PEN.S. tie line, but'the list given above in Its first stage. writes Win. .. ska.... : Vaederbllt BaMtealTkkita laatll.tI. !
.... I eo ya is hOb sk YLL J... 11.Jalj 4tfc. c
Includes about an of the'cldes to be Myers of Cearfoss MiL "after trying .oldeertaat'dim
O. ***** CMRoa, t..1 I
WACMIHOTOH. O. O.DSWIFT&. officially visited.- different medicine and a good doctor.In DOn'ILl.S. Tkxx.Rau K
Dchnol of theSouth.
vain, I at last took Dr. King's New ri.n..ccou.t Demurer...-. i.e.farm I It'
.std artaiB rapidly going to the front the
Tickets as leading -
.. ,)rah.BtliTOL.
Just Everyone Should Da.U Discovery, which ffulckly and perfectly I.J.I,. 1St1t b0.Sul .... "IDlt i Sept
in South
IXS5.Piaa city Florida.
Mr. J. T. Barber of IrwlnvlUe, Ga, cured me. Prompt relief and sure R' e. Everybody

always keeps a bottle or Chamberlains cure for coughscolds, sore throat at...Uc BaptUt,taal.retire.....e..limit. ticket.Jan old Xta.Koc May. *Hk to is going to Miami. Now is the time to 8 '

Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdy bronchitis etc. Positively prevents faQ ia at band ready for Instant use. Attacks pneumonia;; Guaranteed at alt drug Lay _t. Nook or west, call o. or ant. ;
r.EO. E. HERRI! G residence.
:.COUCH of colic, cholera morbns and di gists. Price 60c and $L Trial bottle Fta. Paw Art.',. A N. R R. or Choice locations in

f uS>> CURE THE LUNCS arrhoea come_ ao suddenly that free. SW W.Bay Street Jack. indite. ar10ritla the city for sale by : : : : : ; :

there Is no time to hunt a doctor or go

WITH Dr. King's. >U the store for medicine. )fro "Barber Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's

says 1 have tried Chamberlaln'b FORT DALLAS LAND CO.

New Discovery' Tolte. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy

rhich is one of the best medicines I JOOOOQOOOCXXXo

ONSUHPTION. Pries her saw. I keep a bottle of It in my :1 I? !

FOR ouensa COc $1.co -oom as I have had several attacks, of7olte Call on or ; kI

LDS Free Trial. ud it has proved to be the best Tasteless Chill Tonic I :rO ir1T D. n'Err+LT. :r. =:. L'GStAAA r
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3 Surest and ftmckest Cure for all nedicine I ever used." Sold by Red Arent. Fort Vice.Prea.-Fort Dallas r

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!r The Salve That Penetrates. LAST STONE LAID[ Examination of Teachers.

1t SPONGE MATTRESS DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve penetrates -
the pores of the skin, and by its The regular examination of teachers Y

antiseptic, rublfoclent and healing influence IN HALCYON HALL will be held at the Miami High School Out Of Commission
it subdues inflammation and building on Monday June 5th, beginning

#f AND PILLOW GO cures bolls burns, cuts, eczema tet I promptly at ,8 o'clock a. m.
: ter ring worm and an skin diseases 'Those taking the examination will be

A specific for blind bleeding and itch- HOTEL WALLS ON TUESDAY. required to furnish to the examiner a

Ing and protruding piles. The original : HOUSE: IS NOW WELL ON THE written endorsement of. good moral: r

and genuine Witch Hazel Salve..xii: WAY TO COMPLETION' THE character, from a responsible person Has your Watch or Clock stopped!

1 lo Be Incorporated and Operated! by made the by Biscayne E. C. DeWltt Drug Co.Co. and sold FIRST OF DECEMBER NEXT. and to pay a fee of B one. E.dollar.Hall Bring it to us, we do the best kind a


I-.' in This, City. The last stone in the walls_of the I Supt Public Instruction Dade County. of Repair Work It yo have not

We trust that Sereno Payne will not new Halcyon Hall Hotel was laiJ : Notice to Debtors and Creditors. I

take as personal, the remarks of John on Tuesday at :1:40 o'clock the.' Creditors, legatees, distributees and seen Our New Side Combs fi high

Sharp Williams, of Mississippi about event being signaled by the blowing all persons having claims or demand
grade watches
MORE ..BOUT... LOCAL the face behind the Republican you are doing
;- SOMETHING "ugly of the whistle to the machinery that against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp. yourself

INDUSTRY WHICH PROMISES tariff mask." has been In use in hoisting the many deceased, are hereby notified to present an injustice. : : : : : : T
blocks into place.
hundred heavy ,
the same to the undersigned
TO BECOME ONE OF THE Huge Tas'. This stone was placed In the south );
within two years after the first publication -.
It was a huge task, to undertake .the gable or facing Twelfth street and the .
STABLE INDUSTRIES OF MIAMI cure of such a bad case of kidney act was witnessed by a number ol: of this notice falling which, i "
the same will be. pleaded In bar ol; H. T. Whaler The Jeweler 4
disease as that of C.F.Colller, of Cherokee persons who had been apprised of the ,
their demands.
'f ter. la., but Electric Bitters did It .
12th Street Miami;
fact.The Henrietta Trapp ,
He writes: "My kidneys were so far building of this hotel .'hI'hwIll

3 In today' paper appears article ol gone I could not sit on a chair without be one of the most substantial sa Administratrix of the Estate of Caleb : ,.

Incorporation notice of .the Miami a cushion: and suffered from will be one of the most substantial as L. Trapp. deceased.
dreadful backache, headache, and depression. the State, was commenced about a Cocoanut Grove Fla. H : ,
PIllow.Compiny,, -
"ri Sponge Mattress and In Electric Bitters howeverI year ago and though progress In the Cocoanut Grove Fie5.26Pt
a
:, corporation which Is engaged itT found a cure. and by them was re- building of the walls has been slow F. W..HAHN 4

manufacturing sponge mattresses Is stored to perfect health.: I recommend on account of a scarcity of materialat Notice to Creditors. ,

: till-city and one which Is meeting this great tonic medicine to all times and the way the work was I In Court of the County Judge State of -

with splendid success already. with weak kidneys, liver or stomach. pursued Mr Graham and his associates Florida. Architect and Builder '

The mattresses are made under patents Guaranteed by all druggists; price.50c. now see the Immense undertaking In re Estate of P. L. Fay, Deceased :.

well advanced and the great structure Dade County, Fla. I now hare in" my employ one of the best
treated in aaclentidc
the sponges being Humor is not dead; so long as ,Secretary dally nearing completion.The To all creditors, legatees, distrib draftsman in the South and am better

manner, mating them vermin Shaw accepts Invitations to walls of the building are built aloes, and all persons having claims or prepared than ever for famishing plaas

proof Don-ab orbent.and purely speak on such subjects as "Nonpar- entirely of native stone and, are practically demands against said estate: You and and details tor good buildings, fine cabi.
hygienic and sanitary. These mattresses Usan Statesmanship. It is a trifle indestructible. The stone was. each of you are hereby notified and net work eta I am now headquartersfor r t
turned work scroll sawing and all
are acknowledged by all who have like the play of Hamlet with the Ham- mined by Wm. Offer from his quarry i. required to present any claims and work usually done in a FIRST CLASS

sl examined and trlde them to be super let omitted. on the south! side of the river and demands which you or either of you planing mill ;

'R ior to any mattress on the market fashioned into the sizes and shapes de may have against the estate of 'P. L. Send order for doors
l and are sold at far less, than other No Secret About It. sired. The finishing work on the house I Fay deceased late of Dade county me your and win-.

high-grade .makes. One valuable feat- It is no secret, that for cuts, burns, will now be pursued with energy and : Florida, to the undersigned administratrix dow frames ballusters, brackets, etc

ore' Is the lightness-ft",fall-size ulcers fever sores sore eyes bolls, a large force of men and will haTe of said estate, within two years and be convinced ]MIAMI FLA

Inch sponge mattress weighing only etc. nothing is so effective as Buck- been completed and ready for use b;> from the date hereof. .

twenty pounds thus making It easy len's Arnica Salve. "It didn't take long the first of next December.A Dated May 17th. A. D. 1905.
to handle, while It Is as son sal comfortable to cure a bad sore I had and It Is alt 5-19-6w MARY E. FAY .

i as a feather bed. The com O. K. for sore eyes" writes D. L. Guaranteed Cure*for Piles. R. H. Seymour Adminlstrttriz.

pany has at Its factory on Fifteenth Gregory, of Hope Texas. 2Sc at .all Itching blind, bleeding or protruding Attorney for Administratrix.Notice Tomato Wrappers :
street, some ten or twelve people employed druggists.The piles. Druggists refund money if
s; anj as soon as the building can
PAZO OIXTMENA falls to cure any for Publication.
be enlarged the force will be doubled. loss to the Government on rural Don't wait till the tomatoes are
(case no matter of how long standing.In .
;p' The,incorpators and officers of .theeompanJ' mail routes for the fiscal year ending before
I 6 to 14 days. : First application Department of the Interior ripe orpering your pa-
Una Beecher, president;
It is
are June 30 will be about 10000000.
V. gives east and rest SOc. If your Land Omce at Gainesville Fla W : have THE BEST
Tatum rice-president: E. per.
4 to whom this
8. ]I. worth It to the people 15, 190:>.
May
B. B. Tatum, druggist han't it. send SOc in sutnmps
Blackman, secretary and Is almost the only direct benefit from
that
Notice is hereby given the follow -
it will be forwarded post-paid by
and Manila
'w** a-t ---- through departmental Wrappers
r, ,treasurer. % the Government Ing-named settler has filed notice of
-'* The Is capitalized at 915,- Paris Medicine Co, St. Louis Mod
** company appropriations. I his intention to make commutation
C Mil. which amount 10.000 II taken made and 'Order
of_ our prices are right. now
.vv ----- Nttt7iha proof In support of his claim and that
and $5.000 Is Scare. Capt. Fromberger, of the tug
Bad
the corporators A
by said proof will be made before John B.
stock to be- sold for will bad scare, Helen, stated this morning that aboutonethird .
a
k treasury Some get
beLl as day you Rem,, United States Commissioner at :E3UGE3ES: &. CO.
of the.company. This stock when feel a In your bowels of the finishing work on the
the pain
uses you
Miami Fla June 28 viz 4
on 1905. ::
wan the market yesterday'" and fear appendicitis. Safety lies In Jetty being constructed to the northof
put on and
Fla. .
David A. Smith fit Miami He!
thousand dollars worth of It sold Life Pills a sure cure the new ship canal has been .finished -
one Dr. King's pew
32.663 for the N. 1-% of S.E. 1-4 and
the day!,, There Is no doubt as for all bowel and stomach diseases, and that the company Is rushIng -
during
N. 1-% S. W. 1-4 11 64 S
or .Sec. Tp. .
to the'success of this enterprise and such as headache, biliousness, costiveness the work aheaJ u rapidly as pos

.It Is confidently: expected that la less etc. Guaranteed at all druggists sible. R. 40 E. Wilson & Flye
the witnesses
w He names following
w than two months It wm be necessary only. 25 cents. Try them. .
serenty-fire people Administrators Notice.In to prove his continuous: residence'upon
to employ fifty to A
{ ao: make the mattresses u fast as the Our government Is actually sending Court of County Judge, State of and cultivation of said land rlz' :, ncauas IX
Es- J. T. Darts F. H. Bro..n.s. A. Belcher -
Florida, Dade county. In re
demand. bloodhounds to the Philippinesto
;: some and E. C. Gaunt, all of Mlami. Fla. Groceries FruitsTOBACCOS
a This mattress has no competitor I run down the colored man who does tate of Elijah Smith.. Staple.
I Distribu- W. G. Robinson ,
known Creditors Legatees,
and win doubtless soon become not like "oar way" of controlling To all
'" as the most popular mattress In the them. History repeats itself. It II teesand All Persons Raring Claimsor 5-19-tt .Register
Demands Against Said Estate: '
,: world. not Democratic administration that
You and each of you are hereby CONTEST NOTICE.
Is doing this; nor did the suggestioncome AND CIGARSvenue :
DEAL CONSUMMATED.! from a Southerner. notified and required to present any
NBIO LAND
.. claims and demands which yon or Department of the Interior. : D and 14th St. MIAMI, FLA.
either of you may hare against the United States Land Office
!. Liberty and Franklin Counties Involving Bilious Bill the sleepy head. aaa-tl4 faea ,
ttflO'Acres and $1,000,000. Dearly toyed to lay a-bed: : estate of Elijah Smith deceased late Gainesville Fla., April 17, 1905..
,
Couldnt wake him if you shook him; of Dade county,, Florida to the undersigned A sufficient contest affidavit baring

1 to theTlmestalon When his slumbers overtook him. administrator of said estate been filed in this office by Bird Fltzpat-
A Brunswick. Cam special says Suddenly he 'started waking within two .months from the date rick contestant, against homestead entry

of yesterday million: dollars Er'rr morn when day was breaking. hereof. No. 32,564. made June 22. 1903. We Want Grower 4
"A deal,, Involving one < Every
Dated 30, 1905. !
May
acres of land In Lltfcr- .What's this magic necromancer! for nw 1-4 of Section 1, Township 57,
93,000 Administrator.
,_,t; and EARLY RISERS, that's the answer. D. E. Smith south Range IS F. bv Tii-les A. Gun-
and counties Florida, was
,
.. r ty Franklin The famous little pills "Early Risers" 6-2-8t ter. contestee. which it Is alleged .
closed today. The purchasers-are Louis a cure constipation, sick headache; biliousness that Gunter has wholy abandoned said IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

,syndicate of Chicago and St. etc.. !Jy'theIr tonic effect on Notice for Publication. tract for a period of more than a year
: of this deal of the Interior
closing
capitalists.: The the llrer. They never gripe or sicken, Department last past, his abandonment not being
;, 'which'bas 'been on for the put several but impart early rising energy.'Good Land: Omce at Gainesville, FU. due to employment In the Army of Florida Vegetable"-A complete manual of Florida CI'Ol& .

weeks, a majority of those Interested for children or adults. Sold by.,the May 22. 1905. Nary In time of war said parties are I I Florida Orarea."-Of special tatsmt to orange aiuaeis.
baring been In Brunswick, 'Biscayne Drug Co. Notice is hereby given that the following -hereby notified to appear respond andover Florida Strawberries.. Booklet on "BoLt Varieties!. CulUvattoa

i means the building of if"railroad to named settler has filed notice evidence touching said allegationat Fertilisation.**

Apalachicola.' Fla, from; St. Joseph Florida wants more good farmers, of his Intention to make commutation 10 o'clock a. m. on June 10.1905be- Irish Pot&toeLA Booklet oa!'Sou. Seed. Planting and Calttratlom: ]!teal i

a distance of forty miles. The road' more good mechanics, more good artisans proof in support of his claim and that fore Jno. B. Rellly. United States Commissioner of Fertilizers Digging and Shlppln" ;

; will then hear for Atlanta. The purchase more willing workers along all said proof will be made before John at Miami Fla, and that .Pineapple rtWstq.--or special Interest to pineapple powww.
Commissioner, at Miami
also means the settlement and lines, and more good people generally. B Retlly, U. S. final hearing will be held at 11 o'clock Ideal J'IrtIJIsen.--Book showing an oar different brands anar/sM, yrlMSV
of'dt.at St. Joseph. The Florida wants Fla,.on July 8.. 1905, viz: Maria eto. .s....,;..
Ifv building Baring only the best Gazzam. of Homestead Fla. L m. on July 10, 1905, before the QiMHNew
purchasers hare recently rlsited the !only the beat. She wants to preserve I Florence southeast Register and Receiver at the United and Revised Edition of the above Jut published,teat free far the flaking.
Hd. 31665, for the quarter '
tract and Inspected It thoroughly. A her high standard and set the pace.= : section 31, township 56 south, ranjit States Land office in Galnes\llle.Fla.

visit was also made to Apalachicola. Ocala Banner. the following w It- The said contestant baring, in a
WILSON
38 east. He names &: mm\ FERTILIZER COMPANY
Nothing was given out officially until nesses! to prove his continuous residence proper affidavit, filed March 22. 1905, ,
today, when a meeting of Albert Fen- Whooping Cough In Jamaica.Mr. upon and cultivation of said I set forth facts which sbow that after I

; dig of Brobston.. Fendlg 4k Co. G. W. J. Riley Bennett, a chemist of land. >'lz: due diligence personal service of this JACKONVILLE. Fla.

.G Hayne.,. of ,Chicago, R. H. Hemphin, Brown's Town Jamaica West InJIa Gen. W. Kosel, of Homestead Fla. notice can not i be made it is hereby

of St..Louis, attorney for the syndicate Islands wilted: "I cannot speak too F. )[. Spencer, of Homestead, Fla. ordered and directed that such notice Chase! &: :E3a.JnSY.: Agents,
and others Interested was held highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Anna L. Meeker of Homestead Fla. be given by due and proper publication. 1>-< iaml' ::E"l&.. t

at which" an papers were signed and It hi proved itself to be the Frank Kanan of Homestead. Fla. BROWN & .1I000STOCKT' () & BRADFORD ;i

v the necessary bonus was put up. The best remedy for whooping cough 6-2 to ':.7,.. W. G. ROBINSON 5-5to5-26 W. G. Robinson, Register Cutler Little River. er

land old'was owned by a syndicateof which Is prevalent on this end of the Register Henry S. Chubb, ReceIn'r.NOTICE t
globe. It has never failed to relieveIn
Georgia and Florida business men. ---
any case where I recommendedIt Notice for Publication OF EXECUTRIX. ,

WILL NOT". BE SOLD. ; and grateful mothers, after using Department of the Interior, Miami Bottling Works
It, are daily thanking me for sjvislng Fla.
Laad Office at Gainesville An persons concerned will take notice
Underwriters Agent Gives Information them." This remedy Is for sale by May 22. 190:;. that six months after date I will WALL & DICKINSON. Props.
and all medicine
About Steamer Alicia Wreck. Red Cross Pharmacy Notice is hereby given that the fol- present my final accounts and Touch
a dealers I lowing-named settler has filed noticeof I ers as executrix of the estate of JohnJ. 12th Street, Near R. 1C, Miami, Fla

TVriting from Key West,'under date his intention to make final proof :' Hayden, late of Dade County, deceased t J %
:t of the F6th; C. VTheldon.' specials Some -of the best citizens: of Texas In support of his claim, and that said .to the County Judge of said Manufacturer of JAll

agent of the underwriters for the hull and Missouri announce that they propose proof will be made before John B. county and pray for my final discharge

and cargo, of.the wrecked Spanish to stop the habit of "toting" pistols Rellly. U. S. Commissioner, at Miami u executrix of said estate.FLORENCE Knds of

4 steamer :Alicia on Ajar Reef thirty- in those States, even if they have Fla, on JuVr 8, 1905, riz.; Daniel )I. P. HADEN

: fire miles south of this port says: to,shoot the life out ot men addictedto Roberts of Homestead. Fkt, Hd. Executrix Estate of J.. J. Hales, De- Soft DrinksPrompt J .

"I -notice.In your Issue of the 21th the rio*. %"1%. for the northwest quarter, sec ceased.
of May. an article stating that the tion 25. township 56 south, rsn;e,SS t January IX. 1905. l-lUmi Attsatlott to AH Orosrs. Oatc(-Tc1na Order loUd....

'work of salting the S. a 'Alicia( is to SpraIned. Ankle Stiff Neck Lame. east lie names the following witnesses '

when the ship and cargo Shoulder. to prove his continuous residence '
be abandoned,
.win be sold at underwriters' sale These are three common ailments upon and cultivation of. said AgJ I DYSPEPSIA CORE v
bidder. for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is landlz:
the highest
to Ton mar correct,the statement as especially valuable. If promptiy.ap- D, C. Brown, of Perrlne Fla. K a DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

.at present the underwriters hare no plied It will save J'OI1' time. money I. H. Brown of Miami, Fla. O ti ne 't.O 1oaIu__2"-..tMI.na. -................
intention of disposing of either the and suffering when troubled with any C. IX Jenkins of MIamI Fla.Q. 9 ... .. 0L AT tee UKUTMT N

t, hip-or. cargo, eren It the efforts of of these ailments. For sale by Red W. KoseL of Homestead. Fla. E. C. MrT.TT fc COMPANY, CHICAGO, :QaZ

'the wrecking plant,now emplcged.'are Cross era Pharmacy and an medicine deal 624077V.: Q. ROBINSON.Register., Ask for the i 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar

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