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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 9, 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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'E>1., .. Commander of Florida State Troops Takes Unto Himself New York, June 6. Richard
re'[ Negro Convicts Serving Three Months Sentences Each

Surled a Charming and Accomplished Bride-An Event in Cheatham, of Atlanta secretary of the Not Believe Legislature Can.
at
Camp.
Afternoon Ojus
to Eternity I hursday Southern Cotton Growers Association

Which the Whole State Was Interested. who Is here declares that It la. the Give Away lands

w "messing" with them that they would Intention of the assocatlon to call the

kill him. Badey would not stop and -- attention of President Roosevelt to

STOCKADE, WAS he (Armstrong) being afraid went A wedding In which the entl-s StateIs Messrs J.llarry Pritchard and A. M. what It considers gross Irregularities

out of the building. He tad just gotten : Interested was solemnized Wednesday Taylor Colonel W. A. MacWilliams, OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO -t

iJ"BADLY DEMOLISHED Into the yard good when he heard at the Trinity ,church, St.' Augustine and Major Frank J. Howatt In the preparing and publishing of THE CANAL COMPANY VETO

the explosion and. was knocked down and in which J. C. R. Foster. The bridesmaids were Miss Emma government cotton report last Friday.

.h. and stunned. adjutant-general of the Florida State Yockey and Miss Adele Burroughs of The association will make no WILL NOT PREVENT COMPANY

c'r.. .'J, Two or three other convicts who Troops, was united In marriage to Agnes Jacksonville wearing white china silk charge of bribery or forgery, but will ROM FINISHING THE WORK..

.' were In the yard told of'the explosion Winifred'Young, one of the most I over taffeta.- with white picture hats ask an Investigation and the resignation
mttf WERE' PLAYING WITH DYNAMITE and the results Immediately after, popular and acounpl'.sbnl young ladlesof and carrying bouquets of pink carnations. L
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but they did not know what caused the Ancient City. Of tie weddingthe i an Important employee In the
CAP WHICH SET OFF
the, dynamite to go off. Record of that city says: The maid of honor was Miss Anna fltattislcal bureau of the Departmentof

:';.::$OX CONTAINING 150 POUNDS These were'an the witnesses to the Trinity Church of happy memory to Enslow, whose costume was white Agriculture.It The officials! of the Florida Coast

catastrophe and upon which the Jury so many In old $L Augustine and to French organdie over taffeta with motifs Is understood that Cheatham win Canal and Transportation Company

OF THE TERRIBLE CHEMICAL. had no other alternative but to find others who though far away, still call of white lace white picture hat charge that some one In the department have received from Tallahassee a copy s

that the men had come to their death It home, was this afternoon the scene of chiffon with white ostrich plumes. haa manipulated the cotton figures of the document made by Governor

$' by the discharge of dynamite from of perhaps the tnost'brilliant -wedding She carried a bouquet if pink roses. and given them In advance of Broward in explanation of hit veto of

some unknown cause and that they ever solemnized within its'walls. Next cane the little flower girl. publication to certain broken for tiN I
;>f .Last; Thursday afternoon an el:. alone were to blame for the soma At half-pact three o'clock JosephClifford Miss Mildred Estes in white point In depressing the cotton marketU. the canal extension bill The text of

,:plosion of dynamite hurled to.death Sheriff Frohock stated that the Reed' Foster of Tallahassee, I d'eaprlt over taffeta, with pink sash the veto shows that the completion of tithe

: Blockade presented a ghastly appearance of .the canal project will not be effected
.. five 'negro, convicts' serving three adjutant-general Florida State carrying a basket of ferns and roses. S. SURVEY SHIP
this morning. The mangled and Troops, led If the altar Miss ignes The page was Master Willie Genorar and that the only matter or issue heldup
;.t >Months' sentences each in the county CAUSAIR
mutilated flesh sickening to look ASHORE }
was
"', Winifred Young of this city daughter In white satin and lace, and carrying by the veto are the land
.y prison amp at Qua, completelywrecked at Two of the men were merallrl of Captain William Young. a white prayer book. grants

the stockade and did other torn to pieces but half of one's skullbeing For many weeks society has been i Radiantly happy the bride entered New York. June 6. The ,steamer I and these will be settled by the courts.

.damage.. Tie dead are: found. Four of the bodies,, anxiously! awaiting this very Interesting the church leaning on the arm of her which went ashore near Freeport L. The following Is the full text and

1" HENRY' JONES those of the men who bad been In I event Long before the hour set father Captain William Young. She I U last night proved to be the TJnltea cause of the veto:

.LOUIS. : ; j their bunks were recognizable. _but for the ceremony Invited guests arrived wore a gown If imported white lace States survey ship Causalr. She State of Florida ,

,; 1CCICHT. 1 the others were not I at the church, and when three over chiffon and-tatfeta and carried a I seems not to be In a dangerous po Executive Department, ,.

.., WILL B-iDEY. ; i j.I Each body was placed In a separte! o'clock came the bylldlng was completely perfectly exquisite bouquet of white sltlon./ It was thought last night the i Tallahassee, June :, lIOS.IIOD. t
: SAM KNIGHT.JONAS .
coffin, and given decent burial filled with friends of the briJe brides robes.Awaiting vessel was a trans Atlantic liner. t H. C. Crawford secretary of

;: MARTIN. I and groom. the bridal party at the aTtar State. Tallahassee Florida.

The, exant cause of the explosion I ITO Under the supervision of }ru! 'BE'r- were the groom and his best man I Sir: I hate the honor to transmit

"'i'win never .W known though.It la attributed ADVERTISE nice Frazier the church had been beautifully Colonel John S. Maxwell of Jackson .MIRACULOUS AND herewith under and by. virtue of the
t* the discharge .
adyna:
decorated the color scheme ofgreen ville.
provisions of Section 23. Article ail,
mite cap vhich set off a box contain and white being effectively carried The very Impressive marriage service I of the Constitution of the State ot

1b1'c"nO'lIGUnd. of the !deadly explos DADE COUNTYE. ( but by a profusion or white oleanders or the Episcopal church was read NARROW ESC4PE Florida an act entitled "An act to extend r
+ive. Themen. It seems, had finished
magnolias and Spanishbayonet: by the rector of Trinity Church Rev. the time for completing the canal
their, ..orkor: loading; a car with rock blossoms caught with festoons of Flu-James Hlndry. the bride
up > being of the Florida Coast Line Canal and
;a lltt1e'lel.! .:' than the other 'convicts
bamboo vine. given away by her father. During the Transportation Company and to preserve -
"' an\ had gone ta the etockaJe Prior to the ceremony Mrs. Lawrence ceremony the soft notes of the Inter and continue the grant of land'r

carrying Rich I them the leftover dynamlte V. BLACKMAN EDITOR OF THt Canfleld. organist for the Memorial I mezzo from "Cavalleria Rnxtlcana.! I MISS HAINLIN RUN DOWN BY Au. to aid in its construction and authorij r'
r cal Two of them. Will Bad- "
Jonas" HOMESEEKER.LEAVE8 SOON TO Church choir which the bride arranged by Eddy. were played by TOMOBILE. BUT FORTUNATELY lug the trustees of the Internal Improvement -

and Martin according to_-thetementof PUT OUT QUANTITIES OF MATTER has been a member for some time' the organist SUSTAINED ONLY LIGHT INJUR fund of the State of Florida ti

'.. ,. John Armstrong the, PRAISING EAST COAST. played the following programme: From the church the wedding party IES-WAS UNAVOIDABLE. .. to hold one hundred thousand acre 1

?camp cook; who had'just left the barracks Grand offertolre, "St. Cecilia," by proceeded to the Monson House wherea of the lands now held In reserve for
'., were sitting on a box Vm tainteg -
Batiste.Pilgrim's. reception! was held. The house decorations said company until It shall completeIts
.t 150 pounds of dynamite and
skylarking
chorus' tram "Tannhauser were In green and white, similar canals and waterways from St ,

with the caps.. The other Mr. E. V. Blackman editor of the ," by Wagner.; tb those In the church. Augustine to the St Johns river an*
Although knocked down and run
three men. had crawled Into their"skunks.
,
I Bridal Song by Jensen. Very many guests and friends calledto providing the time said canals and
r There were no others In th* Homeseeker. and prominently, Identified over by an automobile Miss Mary
:' Bridal Chorus, from "Lohengrin.; offer congratulations and inspectthe waterways between St Augustine and
barracks at the time. ,Armstrong had with the land and Immigration; departments Halnlln. of Tenth street, escaped serious yJ
te Prayer, by Graven. great display of present.. From the St. Johns river shall be commeno'
gotten In'the yard but, a abort Jls- injury la an accident which occurred 1h
: of the Florida East Coast
Wedding March by Mendelssohn. the Florida State Troops were many ed and for Its continuous proaecutioauntil
lance wh.n the explosion 'occurred. at about 7 o'clock Tuesday
4 Railway la busily engaged In preparIng Promptly at the hour set carriages valuable tokens of regard and goodwill completed and providing that ta
:Yj'''He was Imocked down and atunnedk at the corner of Sixth street and Avenue .
for his. annual Invasion of the containing the wedding party arrivedat In addition to almost Innumerable C. the event said company desires to salt Jl
for little time afterwards.Mr. .
some the canopied entrance' St. George remembrances from personal friends j I Ita canal the State of ?
'\ Florida shall
: north In the Interest of ,
M., W. Goode, overseer of the the east coast Mid llainlin'a escape was miracu- j I
street The bridal procession was led General and Mrs. Foster left on the have the refusal and providing that
x:r tamp 117&8'sitting in front of his ree- section of the state<< and he expectsto ions and though such an 'accident ;
by two sweet little girls the Misses I late afternoon train for: the North ant the provision as to one hundred thousand
Idenee; which Is but thirty feet would in most cues prove serious
away put In many hard and telling licks.
lone MacWilliams and Adelaide Old. West They will spend several weeks acres and the provision. to
from the stockade.- Fortunately he she came out of the affair with only a
These trips, are taken every year by wearing white point d'esprit.OVE'. !' the resorts of the Great Lakes re- riving the State of Florida the refusal -
was on the opposite side of the house few abrasions and a severe chock to
the explosion but the shock. S MrJ31acfcma.n and consume about three white taffeta trimmed with white satin I.t on and on their return win visit In her nerves. !In raid company desires to sen. F

was months In ribbon and with pink sashes. .Augustine for a week before goingto shall not be construed srvaslo interfere #
and which
sufficient to>> renJer him senseless time he visits The accident-It seems was one of
Sa. few seconds. Stfll more 'fort the county fairs of different statesand Following them came the'ushers.. their home In Tallahassee. those unavoidable affair In which no with alter, change or impair any $

r,' la the fact that. Mrs. Goode and child- public gatherings of a. horticultural one In partIcular Is to blame. Miss rights privileges, property, grants or
THEIR EYES ARE TO DELIVER BRIDGE. franchises of said
)i'ren were. absent from home at the and agricultural nature, and talks FlorIda Halnlin. it appears had been to the company now existing
ON THE MAGIC CITY except as to the one hundred >:.
'time or else'-the probability that besides distributing copies of the depot to see some friends off/ on 'the
*' Homeseker and other Captain Broward Comes Here for a thousand! acres (100,000) of land aa 4
some of them would have been killed literature pertaining train and was returning home. Just
,f or wounded' to the advanage and reaonrro- "Within the next ten years both the Barge-From Wrecked AUcla. before crossing Avenue C, she saw an hereinafter mentioned without my
.
.f.J 'An Investigation after the' explo : es of the State. and especially this Seaboard Air Line and the Atlantic automobile driven by Mr. F. T. Dud eapproachillJ. approval 3

Jon showed the stockade to have been section of It Coast Line Railroads will be running The tug Admiral Dewey of Jackson- He had the proper lights The Congress of the United States

I completely wrecked. The aides ot the This summer Mr. Blackman expects: ville. In command of Captain Mont- out and signaled his approach by the passed an art approved September
Into Miami- :!,I. 1S50, Chapter SI. f"nlltled.11
''t nI14Jng were torn out'and.the roof to be better equipped than fl.er before calm Broward. brother of Govenor blowing of the horn on his machine act
Med. Seventy-five- feet, away was to work to the advantage of the This la the statement alleged to Broward.came Into port WeJnesdayaf but thinking she could get across the to enable the State of Arkaasaa and

Ffotmd about half of the body of one of state and section and Besides canIng have been made by a very nigh official ternoon and la moored at the terminal street ahead of the car she attemptedto other State (Including Florida) to ra ',.
claim the "swamp lands" within their'
jgtt: men. It had been blown np and several thousand extra copies of of'the Seaboard to a prominent citizen dock. do so. with the result that she was !

'i'wentthrougb the branches of a pine the Homeseeker he win have a like : of this city, while traveling In the The Dewey came down from Jack struck and knocked down. limits things,which that provides among other of

$ tree. Other fragments' flesh were number of the Board of Trade pamphlets Interior of the State a few days ago. sonville last Sunday to assist the Mr. Budge, realizing that an accident Arkansas (and to other enable States the )State to con ot

t''scattered. around and about none of made .up to date, a bookn Three Friends and Salvor In salving was unavoidable, applied the
and In which the said citizen: has a. strict the necessary levees and drainsto
;the bodies escaping: terrible mutilation. -. climatology. etc. all of ..hlch'will the steamer Alicia _ashore on Ajax brakes before the collision occurred,
', the scene being sickening. ',and -be given generous circulation.Mr. great deal of confidence. reef and has been at the wreck ever and a few feet further brought the reclaim the swamp and overflowedlands

terrible; to behold. Blackman'a operations win be It baa been predicted for some time since the object of her visit here beingto machine to a Man.lnlll. Assistance therein the whole of those
samn and
a* The news, of the catastrophe"was confined mainly to the States IfTennsylvanta that one or both of the above mentioned charter a large barge upon whichto was given the Injured woman by :Mr.Budge thereby for overflowed cultivation lands made unlit -

:1. communicated to Sheriff Frohock and and New York though he 'railroads would enter load the bridge material now In the and her friends! and she was which shall
ultimately I remain unsold at the
of tha!
i
la.he; at once went to Ojus, but a few may go Into other adjacent States.. He hold of the Alicia, and which Its own- ( carried to her home where Dr. Jackson passage
Miami but It was aot known, that act.hall be and the same are hereby yranted
:- pries above Miami, to Investigate the will attend the Pennsylvania State .era, a railroad company In Cuba are : was summons) An examination "
"' and the above-IS the sub- Fair and titer that win follow up the plans to that end were already being I anxious to get out and! have dell\- I I showed that MI.-J Halnlln tad. enf- ;hall to said State. That a patent
: Issue
"and 1m that
patent the
twice 'could comity fairs. He will get from formulated and the project advancedas ; j Mend
of.the Information _be away ered. a nevrtv nenou! 'hock and bad'seerat f> r
simple of
said lands hhll la'hi
Mlam between the first and addle or thispositive statement would indicate ; Capt. Broward says that the tues \ abrasions about :lpr bo lv. but > vest

explosion. next month and win, not return until have succeeded In freein? all of the !that no bone were broken, anj the ih- van disposal State of of the Arkansas Lpxlalature subject there to "

,: An ,Inquest Held. October.- I It Is said to be a' cut of about 120 forward and ml.lsMp compartments of ; ini!">urpmrnt wax ma.le that lobe will of."

.S Next morntgSheriR, Frohock and I miles across the Everglades from the the AIIcia.of water; bet that progress noon! b*> all right; again. The ecl'atnre! 4

?",County.JudgevHeyser: returned "to. Horace C. Avery, of Jacksonville j closest proximity of the two rosin to Is very slow In the two after compart- Some are inclined to criticise Mr. Charter 610. Law of enacted the law, v'

?"Rifts for the purpose of Investigating prominently Identified with the pa aen.I I )Miami and that the building of the irents, and b* can not predict the final 't Budge and charge that he was speed- "an aft in provide for Florida entitle
and
.:jl, the disaster and holding,aa inquest gerand freight departments of the j roads here would be small undertakings outcome thoneh there Is a great J'O.'O- :: the his machine at the time of the !h.. lltwrat. system of Internal encourage

,t;}the following Jury being summonned:'., :Merchants' and :Miners' Transportation I to that planned i>y the East Coast siblllty that the ship will be pulled ic Ident This Is denied by eye-wit- menu In thin date, which Improve-provide k

'if{J 1, "W,. Jves, J. "'. -. J..Petera. i Co. with headquarters in Company for the extension to Key off.The 'csws and :Miss lUlnltn hfr ef! who among! other things "that no mach y"
of
1"JL McDonald, E: D} V. Burr and. W.. svt among the visitors.Jacbonrl1te'l West This being true the competition most of the Iron and steelwork ....>y* that hid: she not attempted to the fUo hundred thousand of
: Wednesday and those going over to hat will be made by of these of the bridge In acre
/t W. Kellnm. I entering now exposed 1 and TOPS the sweet after boinj! warned: Innrl granted to this State for Interanimprm
aiJohn! Armstrong the camp cook.who Key West that night on the steamer- 1 roads Into Miami can mean nothing can be taken from tho ship. Captain of the approach of the machine the ment '

tad left the stockade" but a few sect :' Martinique less than a boom and greater development Broward Is trying to make a deal with j accident would not have ocnirre.1.i ('n nirrriw. pawed purposes the third by an act of of

>: cads before the explo.lon. testified for the town'that hay already Captain Potter, representing the R. G. i Thin Is the fimi accident of the kind March A. D. 1843. as remains day onxoid.and

,that Will BadeT'and Jonas Martin The bum-boat Katie from Pensacala made such strides In becoming a substantial Ross Contracting Co. for a barge but 'to' occur In Miami ant It is the more proceeds of the Mies' .
"' of such of
';. .were sitting on a box'COI1taI 1IDc 150: to New York which had been In port and progressive city. If unsuccessful here he will return to regrettable because, of the fact that aM lands heretofore
sold
:;' pounds' of dynamite while the other: for several days AIled Wednesday By request the name of the railroad Jacksonville for one. la many Instance automobile driven on haul and as now remains is

t three negroes were la .bUIlt- about i ternoon for her destination. "Fa official giving this Information, and have been entity of recklessly" running and all prongs that unappropriated1 hereafter

:,, ,,stockade BaJey. who was 'the dyl .: Wedge the,boxer 'and wrestler who that of the gentleman In .whom he conflded. Mrs.May Young.wbo has been spending their machine through the streets accrue fro mthe sale of may said taada ty

ztamlte blower In the camp was play. was. aboard of her stopped off here -are withehld for the present the past several month with her and on the roads around :Miami but also all the swamp land or lands subject ;

;; tug with a' box of caps,aDd telling the and Is now training for awrestling though the indications are that something friend.' Mrs. Edwin Nelson left Tues fortunately however last nlcht's accident to overflow, granted to this State

r, tl| what.he. could do with them. match with Claude BeIdler the same more on this line win be heard day evening for her home in Auburn. cannot be charted direct to this ,

'5 ,De\ArmatroU) told hIm to, atop to"take__place at an early: date.' at no great distant date. X. D. carelt'ltlnelll or Indl
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MIA ROPOLIS' ROYAL INVESTMENTS. save the lives of those otherwise THAT CANAL VETO. FINANCIAL STATEMENTfor I

i mm .. r doomed. II I 1257[2597 5-16 W M Burdne! do.... 2.1J

5-1C C H R&ulersoa
........ --- The Investments of royal person- That the Russian sailors mutinied If reports are correct Governor I comma

Published Every Friday In the MetropelU ages of Europe In American securities Is a matter that should also be heldIn Broward. by his veto ha killed the Month of May of the County I f j I 1I11..lol1..u-e..urer.u. 293.5i
12594> 5-16
R E Hall to x
Building reach high Into the millions. Czar the balance until the fact Is established bill granting an extension of time to Board of Pubc Instruction. exp supt !
d meeting! and ., ... C8.81
postage
----.r Nicholas holds about $6.000.000 In beyond doubt and it Is doubt the Coast Canal and Transportation

L B. I..... Pres. S. BoU.Dws Sec-frm. the Pennsylvanlathe NewJersey the ful If this can be proven. This press Company In which to complete me State of Florida of 2602 5-16 Harry Budge stamp .
County Dade. ed envelopes official ........ 11-83
The Miami( PrinttoJ Company New York Central and the Canadian report, however calls to mind a con' Immense undertaking under way T>y Miami Fla, June 1...nOs. .

r Northern Pacific railroads. The German venation the writer had a few weeks It, and thereby making its position .
To Hon. E. C. Dearborn, Clerk Circuit Total expenditures ........4539.$'!
4 > Entered at the Fostofflce at Miami, Emperor has about $4,000.000 In ago with a citizen of Miami. A man most embarrassing.No .

Fla. u second-class matter. the Illinois Central and other American who was a seaman on the cruiser doubt Governor Broward was Influenced Court: Itemized Receipts .'i.I

Poll taxes . ... ..... .
Sir: In compliance with Section 3, .. 2,2pg
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the Kalserin has
under
roads $500.000 Brooklyn Admiral Schley: during In his act by the long period

I and Prince Henry. Prince Albert and the memorable engagement off the and numerous extensions of time Chapter 4332. Laws of Florida we I One mill tax apportionment.. 'TU.";

The meet Southern newspaper published hereby file with ....... !
Prince Leopold have holdings amountIng harbor of Santiago, Cuba and one who granted the caal company without you the following -

' en the mainland of the United to about 3000000. King EJwaro has been a world traveler and Is especially any or very little apparent good .resulting I Itemized financial statement of all Total receipts for month ...1293.91'We

} State of England has large Investments In familiar with the Russians therefrom. It Is aim possible school moneys received appropriations certify that the above statement)

American lines. Queen Victoria had and their characteristics. that the minority report of the last made and warrants Issued for la true and correct' In every particular1'

.7.u.$2.00 an Income of about $700.000 from Investments "I believe the Japanese will have Legislative Investigating committee the month endln,the list day, of May Ir. )I. BCRDINE

in American Sugar. ReflnIng an easy victory over the Russians in was considered by the Governor and A. D. IMS. Chairman Co. Board Pub. 1Ut't.;-'Ij.!'.

Those paying In advance will re- stock and American Steel ft Wire the coming naval engagement sale which differed so widely from that of Recapitulation of County Fund Attest:

lor Company stock. She also Investor he. "I don't.believe the Russians Balance In treasury as per R. E. lULL
'cerre a years subscription JL50 was an are the majority report of the committee.Had .

and dx months subscription for 75 In the bonds of the Tennessee going to fight or. at least, that they : this act of the Governor occurred last statement .......... $613.26 Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.

Coal. Coke Iron & Railway Company. are going to fight to win. The best' two years ago there Is no Receipts for month as itemIzed -

cents. This It a liberal discount to In herein ... .....,..... OYNTON BRIEFS.
r Queen Christina of Spain holds $3.- half of the men manning their fleet doubt but that he would have been L292.9I

due.strictly: advance payment 000.000 of United States bonds. King are ofthe same opinion as the peopleIn justifiable In his act for then there Warrants outstanding this '. or' "

Leopold of Belgium Is largely Interested Rul lIlL They want the war to end was little or no evidence of activity date .. ........ ...........11.941.13 Items Personal and Otherwise. _I
FRIDAY JUNE 9, 1905. Mia", '. '
In American railroad stocks and and had rather die than have the straggle In the canal work. Now It la different Nearby N' '''We ,

Total ........... .... ..
r ---- also In Industrial and mining enter' prolonged and you mark my word Work la being pursued on the canal 20,847.40

It ft not usual for a King to call prises. The Duke and Duchess of when Togo and Rojestvensky clash as rapidly as possible and It Is a patent Warrants outstanding as per Boynton 'June 7. .

upon .a foreign statesman and when Connaught and Queen Victoria you are going to hear of his officers fact that the company desires to promote last report :........ ....16138.56 A. K. McMulIeri, of Miami, was .la!

'"r, a re1PIIIg'toTerelp makes a railway granddaughter Princess Victoria of surrendering and the men mutinlng and- further these'canal_ projects_ Total warrants drawn this town Tuesday.

journey In order to.can upon an Hohenlohe figured on the list of and refusing to fight The Japaneseare and would have accomplished a great month as Itemized herein. 4,539.64 Pineapple grower are making beavt.s

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American citizen It may be regarded Northern Securities filed In New 1erIe1 going to have an easy and overwhelming deal had the Governor stood by the Cash in hands of treasurerthis shipments this week. The tomatoes.

as extraordinary. That Is what King the other day by James J. BIll victory. acts of the Legislature.As date ................ 169.20 are a thing of the past :

sow Leopold did the other day. He called American securities seem to be an attractive Was this a guess? Be it that or a It II, his veto of the bin will Fred S. Dewey. of West Palm Beach,,

t. on John Hay at Nanheim and it is form of Investment to European conservative statement from one who In all probability cause a suspensionof Total .................. 20,847.40, was here attending to real estate bo/

the talk of capital In Europe Other Indebtedness $900 on lib ml Incas Tuesday. ,,/ -
every sovereigns. They are attractiveto knows the Russian weU it matters not operations, thereby entailing a severe -

4 who them.. The assertion from the lot not due.Warrants. Work IJ' progressing nicely .on the:
anybody can acquire most reliable loss both to the promoters of .
Salaries of Teachers east side and the foundations are all
It didn't take the U. government information obtainable has come these Inland waterways and drainage ;
2292 Eunice No 21 15.05 laid for four eottace.. which win be*
Sri Worley. .
4 long to tell those Russian command true to the letter and even more so lines and the East Coast In general ,
FROM FERTILE FLORIDA.
finished before work the'IIotel.II..
22931 Lela 2 80.64 on
era who took refuge In Manila Bay than the declarations of Admiral Sir Let some way be devised by which Dusenbury .

,Just what they must do. "Leave at Charles Beresford, of the English Navy this work can go oil and the canals 2394 6-1 Annie L. Berry .. 2 53.76 commenced. '."

What They Are Doing In the Land of 2295 5-1 Mrs A C Thomas.. 4 43.01 It Is rumored that M. B., Lymaaf
If'ableto. and Admiral D. of be without hindrance.
once If not, make such'necessary !. Robley Evans dug They are hll'Itore
2295 5-1 Bertha MuUlkln .. 6 63-76 win enlarge room at this
the Grapefruit and Pine.
the United States
because the that
repairs a* will enable yon tom navy needed and badly in the development '
2297 5-1 Sue Hopkins ..... 7 n.16Z9J place and put in a first-class stock of'
gentlemen above referred to of the ..
: be Interned until the war Is predicted East Coast of Florida.
y oTer.-I surrender and % 6-1 Lizzie Kyle .. .... 7 41.01.. groceries etc. >'!
Sounds pretty definite and The pineapple season will open at mutiny a condition
:39.501 Mrs L G Olmsteal 9 43.01 Mrs. Gardener and daughter ,MlseJ
like, do.' it? It's a great big long Delay soon. Rain, however, is needed that has never before occurredIn THE LAST HOUSE. '
)Millie of Miami. of Frank
; wer. guests [
230Q 5-1 Mrs Geo Lyman ,.10 43.01
shot they adopt the )aUer'reeou.ne.oth badly. any navy of the world. If the members of the last House of
Representatives could 2301 5-1 C V Waugh ......11 301.6] : Funk Friday prior to their departure'or
or would leithemsel..es '
TJmatflla
The watermelon around
crop '
2303 5-1 Grace"Lalllhart .11 69.89 [ Baltimore, where they will spend
is good and shipping win begin THE WASHINGTON COURT. as the Kajoitty of the people
rt ,Rcjestvensky and Nebogatoff '-. of the State see them they would 2302 5-1 Annie Seabloom ,.11 n.761 the summer AMrs. ,
next week. I
were captured. The Russian comxnander representations 2304 5-1 AJlne McLanghUn.il 48.39 F. a,Greene and Miss Hulda.Warrlnger \
The'prdenen and truck growers On the of Sir Mortimer ret something of the correct Idea of Z
4 has met defeat, always the 2305 5-1 Amy L. Harris .,..11 43.01 of West Palm Beach werela
of the Tampa aecUon.re suffering Durand. British Ambassador to what the public th'nks of them. This
: possible fate of the man of arms 2306 6-1 Katharine \aulx ..11 43.01: town Friday. The.professor Is here.
greatly for want of rain. i the United States the British government body Is the subject of more universal
but be Is esteemed'among naval officers 2307 6-1 Sophia Bauskett ..11 63.78 now. looking after his pineapple. \;:,
has criticism and condemnation than any
increased the Ambassador's :
harvested
The bulk Of the tomatoes are
everywhere as a .brave 'oidcerJ'Y 130 5-1 Lulu Angevue ....11 63-76 Mrs Jesse Daugharty and daughter.'
only a few scattering ones salary from $32.500 to $36,500. and an House that has assembled In FloridaIn
who conducting his fleet on an almost 2309 6-1 Alice Sanders ....12 53.76 Hazel accompanied by Mrs. ]JofcCord
coming to the additional $1.000 has been granted years. '
packinghouses
now. .
hopeless mission showed himself %2310 &.1)ary Jackson..12% 43.01 of DeLand spent Tuesday in West ;
The first load of watermelons came the First Secretary: of the British Em- For cheapness littleness Insincerity .
a, capable strategist; though In the 2311 :"M S Williams ....14 53.76 Palm Beach.Messrs. ,
.
J Into Eustls1 Monday night and everyone bassy. The Increase IJ'made on the and incompetency. it was conspicuously
matter of tactics at the critical mo 2312 5-1 BernIce Strahan ..14 43.01 ; Cloyd and. Jay Zeller' leftj
was soken for at once. ground that the cost of living In Washington noticeable. The little logrollng'schemes .
: 'ment'hla For their home.In Chicago Monday
j.dgment 'Ia open to criticism. 2313 5-1 W W H.U..15 134.40
has so Increased In the last the wheels within wheels
FR Pigs, roasting ears potatoes and tomatoes
.- If his officers'and men bad 2314 5-1 Battle Carpenter ..15 80.64 morning, to "blow" their fortune they,'
were among the express mat few years as to make It necessary. In the petty Jealousies narrowness of
been as efficient in their duties asp 2315 5-1 Sara Bayne .......1$ 69.89 made on tomatoes this season. Tbeywill /
London the "Washington eourt.al views and the activity of self seeking
ter shipped from Pinecastie last week. "
be was In his there might have been 2316 5-1 Maude Barren ....15 53.76 probably return in the falL
Tomatoes they term it is regarded as more demagogues-these rather than any
are going forward rapidly no
Ct & different result. It requires no 2317 6-1 liuth Rickards ....15 63.76 Mr. and Mrs. John Burke win leave
from Winter Garden. The vines democratic than any other court in great or open scandal or outrageous '
,sympathy: with (Russia to respect a 2318 5-1 Ella Singleton ....16 63.76, next Monday"for their summer home ;
are blighting some and the crop win Europe: It Is even asserted that It conduct In any specific case, constitute -
> brave ,but defeated commander but 2319 6-1 Lillian! Norton ....15 63.7 In Port Huron. Mick,
likely be cut short costs more to maintain the usual styleof a record which is anything but. t'\<
; the mob gives little consideration to 2320 6-1 Belle C O'Neal ...15 63.7ff '
The farmers around Micanopy are entertainment In Washington than creditable, and from which there Is (f
k the man,who lose*. 2321 5-1 Nellie Brown ......15 63.76
very busy gathering cucumbers for In Paris or ,Berlin. This Is British no escape and no concealment: by the JUNE TERM .
..15 53.76
2322 5-1 Lillian McGahey '
J shipping to the various markets and testimony. most florid! defense of self praising
.15'
25C3 lot Adelaide Austin 53.;f
'"We repeat'and indorse this note'of getting ready to ship cantaloupes and Only the very wealthy can move In members.
2324 5-1 Kate Coilyer .. ...15 53.7
freedom from the' Minneapolis Journal wateremlons. the first circles of the "Washington Even In the worst legislatures there EXAMINATION!
2325 6-1 Lulu Vans ......16 43.01
: 'Some day there.Is going to be a Never were conditions more favorable court" As the Springfield Republican are UlUaIl7'a few men capacity and '
232 5-1 Blanche Burtashaw 17 43.01
terrible revolt in. this country 'against for a record-breaking orange crop says: "Attention has been called repeatedly merit But unless these are men of
::27 5-1 Ellen P Pratt ..,.!$ 63.76 ,.
the boiled shirt We ale not going to In DeSoto county than now. Trees to the burdens which the commanding force and possess qualities ..J'r
2328 6-1 Asa: Richard Jr < Col '43.01
k i weir boards on our bosoms surmounted through that section are literally lad- present Washington standard puts of leadership, they are unable to (

by picket fences'when the laundryman en with young fruit, which is now upon the higher public servants particularly redeem the body from its .low leveL 2329 5-1 M R Mahatey t=Cor'.'43.01 The regular June examination ,

feels 'CJ'OSI There few'such men In 2330 5-20 Lela Dusenbury.::.2 -".22 teachers: which Is uniform throughout
and cuts a saw-eJge .over half size the Senators, who are not were some

on our eolla s. American manhood Is Reports from 'Plant City say that millionaires Few men are ocntentto the last House but they were few and 2331 5-24 Annie L Berry .'+ r 24.88 the State, la being held simultaneous::'

( 2332 5-23 Sue, Hopkins .... 7' n..' coin.tie'
x going to' rise in it*might some day last week was an'unusually busy week be continually under social obligations consequently could not offset tile bad
2333 6-20 Lime Kyle ..... 7 U.Ol
;, ,
t and carefully drop the starched shirts with the tomato shippers' It was the they can In no measure repay.In with good.

over into'the next'Iota where the tin best week of the season The price fact there are cases now of trained This should learn the poeple to be 2334 6-23 Louise Bryaa'-..*. S, 19.35 ttDublg'throach three to four days>)'?:

cans are' 'Today we havent the nerve hIS an upward 'tendency and the and valuable men in the Senate more careful In their selection of law 2335 6-22 C V Waugh ...:il.:107.52 the latter for those tryt:g. for first. ;j'

r to do It "We are under the domination shipments will bring some profits to without large private re.ourceswho makers. They should demand and 2326: 5-22 Grace Lalnhart.I.lli69.S9 grade eert1l1cat... ,..;
.
k of soda and commercial propriety to shippers.A feel that they can not much longer support only men who are known by 2337 5-22 Annie Seablpom .;ll k3.7' >The examination for Dade, county,;,...

3 such an extent that we dare not arise million crates of vegetables are bear the hordes and must retire from I their ability and character to be worthy 2338 5-1 Adlne KeLau b.u.; '4J.39 U being held by Superintendent R. K.- ),

and proclaim In growing In of the position. They should decree 2339 5-22 Amy L Harris ...:.ItNl.Ol Hall, at the Miami High School bnfld- c
our liberty the name the. track fields down tnHautee. public service to repair their slender II : '

of liberty of person and freedom of Polk. DeSoto and Lee cowa-I ortnnes. The situation la painted thatthe, sharp rascal the ossified 2340 5-22 Katharine Vanlx :-11 43.01 tag He Is assisted by Earl Bmltty l

Some ties. This moss-back and the well-meaning ass 2341, Job Sophia Bau.kelt1j f W.76 who has charge of the colored: exam,yIn
conscience will
day we will wear crop bring that section graphically when we are told that the

'oft shirts and flowing collars and the u 'much money as the .crop of lavishness of the Washington court exceeds must stay at home. It seems that 23 4 T22 Lulu Angevine..1t U.tt Eight white and eleven

man"who'WM It almost anything can come to the leg 2313.51PWillism6'U4: 13,16 are trying to' correctly assort the. f
a starched board on oranges sold the past winter. that of Paris or Berlin. .8tra1wa.d :

to his bosom":.anda. sheet Iron around The first canning factory on the A Senator who has only,his salary islature. As long as this is so, there 234 S4ijBernf6-rrL". 1..15134'.40'U.Ot first sack of nuts Superintendent rHolloway
rt -,.. I4a has hauled oat III his administration. ;'
Us neck will be known East Coast is will be discontent dissatisfaction and -
for the conceited now In operation. It Is cannot afford to incur many social "
1t1'cRyeotev ''
1C 80.64
aa4. artificial ail that be reaDy that of the Planters' Packing and Preserving obligations In Washington. He can disgust over the conduct and result of # 4l II
fn Bayne .. .IS 69.8923t'
.
Speculation has been rife to
M
Ja.- what ought to be highly respected; ; -'
Company at Delray. Pineapples barely keep up appearances In meet- } \14.'' BaftOo..15 a
n.7Ip whether the new State superintendent ,
and lima beans are the principal lag such duties and obligations u,devolve dignified and august body ,>"
I ,-: .. .ui Rickards ..15 53.76 would not be more lenient than was)
products the new win him by of his
CROWNG PUBLIC SPIRIT. company put upon reason po- 2354 J.U tilt: ....15 n." 'i'
Singleton Mr. Sh ats, who had a.wide DOt<< :
MAY WEATHER.The ,
up. W. W. Blackmer a well-known sition. As to Cabinet officers It Is not ,
'., :3S(5-22 Lillian Norton ..15 63.78 ety In that respect and those being'
following Is the gist of the
lortlenmralist. is the leading spirit possible for them to live on their salaries

?& Miami 'Is on the steady. upward Last week wound up the tomato sash and discharge_ the, obligations monthly meterolSgical summary for 2352 6-22 Belle C O'Neal ..15 63.T6 examined say that. HoDoway Ia'.In
2353 6-%% NeUfe Brown ....15 61.16nS4 his
climb. It is'no doubt destined to be- at Boynton ,and the pine seasons required of them. High position in May'last past as furnished by the own. ,,

come': city many times Its, present: right on hand. Boynton will ship a Washington 1s an embarrassing position weather observer at the Jupiter station 6-23 Lillian McGahey 16 53.76 The names of those white taktaf
2355 5-22 Adeline ..Austin 15-M76 the
examination follows
are as. :
site.and population. 'The'put Is a good percentage of the pines from the for a poor man.. :
.356 5-22 Kate Colyer .....15 53.76 Miss L.
The Amy Harris West Palm f
monument of the present and the lower East Coast. The dry'weather mean atmospheric pressure was 'i

:4 present an indication. of the future. Is causing them to ripen early but' HANDLING DYNAMITE. 30.01; highest 3013. on the 7th, and 2357 6-22 Bl'nch Burtashawl7 48.01 Beach.: .
2358 5-22 Mrs A C Thomas 43.01 Mrs. L. A. Freeman
BIscayne.
I The Metropolis wants to this future lowest 29.34. on the 23d. t
see they are very,Tweet and good flavor. When wig man learn that dynamiteor
.. .. Miss Blanche Larklas. J)
Bnrteshaw.
: present.a city not only great In Three schooners arrived in Miami any other explosive Is dangerousat The highest temperature degrees '
Total teartxW salaries ....83730.47 Mrs, Ella O.
size but a"city where all that Is best Saturday from the Keys loaded with all times, that it is nst U necessary was recorded on the 26th and the lowest :Barney Allapattah.
2586 5-16 W H Challis Son Miss Ruth,
Rickards. Miami.
in life Is thought of and cared for pineapples The total cargo amounted to handle It.carefully after ten 67. on the 24th. The greatest'
Var. school supplies .... .. 14.56 Miss Edith Rodabangh. MlamL
nurtured and cultivated. to about',1.600 crates or five carloads : years of use and experience as It was dally range was IT degrees on the ,
2591 5-16F T Budge supplies 'Miss Hatt:. Hawthorne MlamL
,
The,basis for all better things must The most,.of the pines were the first day he used it! It is Seth and the least dally range. ( degrees i ,
an article
...
I for No. 20 . .....
be'the material things.] The first essential crated and want to thellorthern mar. requiring the best of care in occurred on the 14th. The mean
2598 6-16 W M Burdine
to growth Is that a city shall kets. The Key"crop is* now temperature for the month was 78.9 supplies Quality van Quantity.
moving handling and using at and all .
one various schools ... ........ 8.78 Hard muscles and strong body do not
be progressive in Industry commerce: rapidly and as It 1s heavier this sea- but degrees with a maximum of Iii and .
time they seem to forget this ;
I 2588 S-16 M J Ryan supplies 15 2.41 depend on the quantity of food
d and financial investments., To acquire season than ever before the become a mean of 73.23 degrees.The ,
growers They so accustomed to Its
use
2589 5-16 II F Scruggs: plumb- eat, but oa Its perfect 4tpatl
means
i thIa work'ud one that win realize !handsomely from their : that total precipitation for the month
It like ..
they juggle a toy with otter Ing. No. 15 ................ $.81 proper assimilation. When you take ;
never, ceases, and with the competition outputs Fruit and Produce News.1 was J.35 Inches with the greatest
disregard or apparent appreciation :
2590 6-16 J W Cardy .. do.... 1.61 Kodol DUpepsla Cure your system
,"'-Jeh. even, now, exists aU of Its amount\>f rainfall In any one twenty-
and disastrous
dangerous 2601 H6 Q H Green rent gets all the nourishment out of aU the
s year .
e
.around Miami, this work mUlt'be carried A REMARKABLE PREDICTION. I four hours being 1.01 inches on the ,
II I qualities and for this cause and no 104-05 No 4 col ............ :'.11 food you eat It digests what yom eat ;.
on steadily constantly-and: enthusiastically. other 24th. The prevailing direction: of the
do hear of '
we frequently an 2598 l-16.Mrs N J Plckett Janitor regardless of the condition of the stomach '
.. It is now charged that Admiral Ne So wind was from the southeast, with a
appalling disaster. no doubt, it No. 11 ...... .....,.. 18.13 : and conveys the nutrient proper
A city la a commercial! house total movement of 74.98 miles the
Iike oran bogatoff surrendered to the Japanese was with the who the ;
caused
: negro 2599 6-16 Mrs E B Sullivan jan- ties to the blood and tissues. This
Institution of any kind. It Is what without cause and that the Russian I earful maximum velocity for five minutes being
Its nature explosion resulting In five itor No 16 .... ............ 2688 builds up and strengthens the entire .t
people mak it It has favored sailors mnntinled. deaths at Ojus Thursday. He had become 30 miles from the southwest on
I 2583 5-16 r
Miner
W. transpor system overcomes a.4.cues indlgeav 1
as..then an the more reason But little credence should be accustomed to the 26th.
given handling the ex tatloa of papas No' 11 .... 111 lion, dyspepsia., belching, sour atom !
why we should work.the harder; for such a report' Admiral he Thirteen clear days, fifteen partly .
Neboga plosive. Probably did not have
11'an 2584 5-16.J U Rowley..do .... 72.68 ach.: etc. Kodol Dyspepsia Core for
there the more ground for the toff may have surrendered cloudy days and'three cloudy days
when to appreciate the
amore sense enough danger 2585 8-14i H H Fox transportation what Is sometimes called America I
belief that more can be accomplished. desperate man would have prevailed during the month.
hidden the harmless
con-. in appearing .of ...... national disease
pupils No 15 32.2S -hyvpepala-U Aesv

ti The mould has already been east, tinned to fight, but bad he senseenough caps, but this does not relieve the Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck Lams 26005-1C E M Graves transportation tined to eventually work a wonderful ,

but Itsdestlnyis not In the hands of to appreciate the fact that his I fact that he his '
went to death because Shoulder of pupils So 12 ... ... 53.76 and lasting, benefit to sufferers from -
blind fate It Is
true it has
the mat- defeat and destruction
was Inevitable of carelecsness that
would haTe caus- These are three common ailments
2539 6-16 Miss Kate Colyer Incidentals this distressing and mind harassing
of
; ural advantages' a luperb'e1lmate., he is more of a hero than a coward: ed the same explosion one hundred for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is for school exp to condition. SoW by BIscayne Drag Co.

?r fertile. soil, health and good geographical and should be commended rather than years hence the same as it did then. especially valuable. If promptly applied Missouri . .. ... ..... 55.64 .

; cE position for advancement, butS condemned for his act In saving the Let this be Impressive lesson that
an
It win
time
4 not save you money Expenses of Administration Miss Lilian Norton has gone to Tampa ,1 ..
this Is aU necessary to accomplish lives of hundreds of his men by giving danger and death Is embodied In every and suffering when troubled with
any 23S1; 5-16 R E Hall sal supt.. 69.89 and vicinity to spend the lumm
C! its :greatness. The people are the up the fight when of two alternatives of
one grain dynamite and that the
of these
ailments For sale by Red > .
25f 5 5-16 Eli Sims, per diem with relatives and friends, On her
tl
ones hands 'Miami's destiny is in their confronted "him-continue utmost care should be exercised In Cross Pharmacy and all meilclne deal and mileage member boar..!. 20.85! way over she stopped for a few days

and they' win.serve: it .wen. fighting and die. or surrender and handling It at all times ers. 2596 5-16 EV J Parrish do. 16.33 at West Palm Beach. .



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titled 'in complaining of the spirit In e of the people. What the peo- tiOROROtaOR .

I which these legislative Investigationswere pIe of the State will think of 'the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I

DAYS "coaductedr The report of ,the Legislature of 1905! time alone can

appointed to in show but what the people ot South
,Nobles Committee,
I vestigate" the first asylum commit- Florida think of one of Its most prominent 'Administrator's Notice. Out Of Comi'ssiHas
members readily be inferred on
may
IN LEGISLATURE :. tee declares that it could find no III Court of County Judge, State of
from the following splcey extract -
the
: e"lde ce either of Immorality or Florida. Dade county. In 're Estate
rfom the news columns of the
misappropriation of funds at Chattaloochee. I of Elijah Smith.
Tampa Tribune:
I And as everybody knows, To all Creditors Legatees Distribu-
i "Paste this In hat for next
your
the committee appointed to Investigate ". tet'sand All Persons Having Claimsor your Watch or Clock stopped!
year
Ablj Chronicled By the Metrop the rumor that members of the Boardof "Tallahassee Fla, May 31.-The Demands Against Said Estate: "
Interested Bring it to do the best kwd
State Institutions were only member of'the House from South You and each of you are hereby us, we
olis Correspondent is stockholders In the concern that notified and required to
Special present
i any of
Florida who voted against the bill to Repair have not
i83\ the contract for the State print. claims and demands which you or
approp late $30.000:: to the State Fairto Sideyo'
tug, was forced (o confess that it either of have against the Our
Z- be held In Tampa was the Hon. yon may seen New d high
'could find absolutely no foundationfor estate of Elijah Smith deceased, late
Albert W. Gllchrlst of Punta Cords
EIR DEEDS AND MISDEEDS the charges. pc&ker! of the House who received of Dade county Florida to the undersigned grade watches you are doing yourself

.' :: AND THE BAD GIVEN AGENTLE The general public pra'Jally"baa as the solid support of South Florida administrator of said estate .

TOLD :SHAKING UP BY THIS.WELLINFORMED little conception of the manner committees'Inquiries In people and papers In his race for the :within two months from the date an Injustice : : :' : : I: ,

which these legislative pcakershlp; and who Is expected tote hereof.

".. WRITER. are conJucted as of the splr- a candidate for Governor next Dated May 30, 1905.D. .

It by which some of them, at least, ,year. in which event he will again ask E. Smith. Administrator.

_ have been animated. Take for ex- the solid support of the aforesaid 6-2-8U H. T. Whaler The Jeweler

ample; the committee appointed to people and papers" ,

", TaUahu ee. June 4, 1905. Investigate" the ancient and fishlike Notice for Publication. 12th Street Miami

Theworst session of the legislature rumor that certain members of the ,Cuban Diarrhoea. Department of the interior

as. 'wine respects-since reconstruc- State Board of Institutions were Interested U. S. Soldiers Land Office at Gainesville Fin.
who In Cuba
days is now a thing of the past In the Capital PubrshlngCo. during the nerved !' May 22, 1905.
Spanish know
aiid 1t would be Veil for the State Ueome A long list of witnesses were his war what Notice Is hereby'given that the following -
disease la. and that
ordinary remedies
'? of the bad seed sown in Talla- summoned from Governor Browarddown. named settler has filed notice
have
in the last sixty days were"alsodone .all of whom were sworn andthai much little more effect than so of r his Intention to make commutation F. W. HAHN
water. Cuban diarrhoea Is almost

with. The Senate was In 'put under the rule, Just as If proof In support of his claim, and that .

rxhe main,a safe 'and conservative tbE'1b ,been witnesses. in a police as severe and dangerous as a said proof will be made before John Architect
mild attack,of cholera. and Builder
There Is
one .
bodyand had it not effectually bar- court Tspw.. as a matter of face. the D. U. S. Commissioner at Mi-
remedy, however, that can always be ,
has authority .to put aunt.
Legislature no
ie4 'tie ways. the' State of Florida I'
the State depended upon as win be area by the I now Have in one of the beat
it dome he, chief executive of on my employ
1DfPt"baTe'I had saddled upon Florence Cazzam, of Homestead Fin.
following certificate from Mrs. Minnie draftsman in the South and better '
its am
stand committees
the witness nor are
.
the worstlimitation :that ever Hd. 31 CCS, for the southeast quarter
I Jacobs of Houston Texas: "I hereby prepared than ever for furnishing plaits
rlped up the:fret of a free people!, Justified in administeringoaths certify that Chamberlain's section 34. township 56 south range and details for rood buildings fine cabi.
'Colic
;Wnthout 'a leader=; without dednite : The State constitution forever 38 east. He names the following witnesses network;etc I am now headquarters

r atnj or 'policy, ,the House of Repre-- !settled these two points when It provided Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured to prove his continuous resIdence for turned work, scroll sawing and all Pv

tentative gradually drifted from bad i, that "the powers of the government my husband of a severe attack of Co- upSn and cultivation of said work, usually done in a FIRST CLASS

to;none, until In the last weeks of of,the State of Florida shall ban diarrhoea which he brought bomb bind viz: planing mill

tJae session,resembled nothing so be divided info three departments, from Cuba. him'no We had several doctors Ceo. W. Kosel. of Homestead. Fla. Send me your order for doors and win-
but they did One bottleof
good.
ouch u 'a beer garden. with the "114 legislative, executive and Judicial; F. M. Spencer, of Homestead Fla. dow frames ballusters _
this brackets etc
E." and no person properly belonging tone remedy cured, him. as our ,
Anna L. Meeker, of homestead Fla.
of the shall exercise neighbors will testify. I thank God and be convinced
departments MIAMI. FLATomato
::To 8&1'1.1 this is not to say that the for valuable Frank Kanan. of Homestead. Eta .
powerappertainingto either of so a medicine. For saleby

..body. .. wax, .without';,capable. or representative he any others except In cases expressly Red Cross 'pharm'cy.and all med.Iclne C-2 to 7.7 W. O. ROBINSON.
I were Register. S
men., Such men there
rovided.for by the Constitution." On dealers.
}in' plenty; but I they failed to' stand ---
be other hand the only'officials aoborlzed -
t together-they tailed to'organlze wtjla > Notice to Debtors and Creditors
to administer oaths by the Col. G .W.I. Williams' WrappersDon't
the session; :and to this failure ana family

: mast In part be ascribed'the banef5laflaenee l Constitution are "the Judges and having disposed of their home, ire Creditors. teea, distributees and i,

i acquired in the lower branch: 'clerks; of the Supreme Cart' notary ow residing In the comfortable cot.tags aU persons having claims or demands wait till the tomatoes are ,
"
of: the Leglalaturej t by .an' element V'UCII. All of which was very torefy ,of Captain W H. Mclntyre, on '
Governor against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp, ripe before orpering your pa-
out former
brought by ,
West Twelfth street Co. Williams
which,sought:by Imaginable- .
every 1
deceased are hereby notified to pre.sent
uPon his perV have THE BEST
Minings, appearance as air'1tuess :
returned home
'1neene besmirchVonly yesterday morning
.to, belittle, and
undersigned
the to the
I before this "Nobles Commit'The same
$
the from South Carolina,:where he went
.Jenninga''admynlstrstloobaft within two years after the first publication -
Manila .
its.-successor. *' to settle up and dispose of his portion Wrappers
I. > J. : bl1l"lntrodne.. of this notice, falling which, .
yCThla element was led by a member" number of local of the family estate there.
,
_ who'shan be' nameless. If heIs-seek %4and; passed'this .session has been the same will be pleaded In bar of made and our prices are right. Ordernow, .

In he "will' :receife.UIf K>metb.lng unusual. The day before their demands.
*. notoriety, not Just What Everyone Should Do. '
he is'seeking to dlstingulsa the adjorunment the Secretary of ,Mr. J. T. Barber of Inrlnvflle. Ga.. Henrietta Trapp UG:
S
IdLJbfj & CO.Wilson
"
1f, he has 'simply.'extinguished tta.te had on file 1218 bills,that had always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Administratrix of the Estate of Caleb .

..himself;. and, should ,bls'idenJtye; been,, approved by the Governor, and Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdy ?L Trapp. deceased

asked, let Itbe said;. In:, the sling of of ,these but,53,were laws of general at:hand ready,for Instant use. At- Cocoanut Grove, Fla.: St
the : : Interest. While manr"perulclo Cocoanut Grove. Fla. 5-2-lt
/.cIa' that This name is.:ttennls. acks l of colic, cholera morbns and dl- r'
'Aalmat.ec 'onJi. personal"feeling me..mrea were'allowed to die on the
by arrhoea comeon
that
this-member calender or lie "on the table" several so suddenly I Notice to Creditors..
devoted
&
himself
with untiring
there. Is no time to hunt a doctor or go FlyeDSALZKS
meritorious
energj. to to'b bills were allowed to go
bringing p. to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber
,;on the administration and certain'ofIts' iui'.them. Among these may be says "I have tried Chamberlaln'b 10 Court of the County Judge. State of
friends numbered Dr. Grill's pure food bin, : .."'" IX
possible Florida.
every influence Colic.'Cbofera and Diarrhoea Remedy ..

that.could injure It In' .(he .public 'estimation. : and his geological whatever survey' bill.made Noprovision which! It'one,.of,,the best medicines I In re Estate of P. L. Fay Deceased
has: been, Staple Groceries Fruits
Living:fa one' county, andting" collection ever aw. I keep a bottle of It In my Dade County. Fla.
the of statistics
far agricultural
,. ,
another this member
room as I hale'had several attacks of 'To all creditors, legatees, dlstribteea .

;In troth represented d.little. else thanan' nor .has the subject of Immigration what.ever colic and It baa proved to be the best and all persons having claims or TOBACCOS
received attention
.old county: political feud,' whose any medicine I ever used." Sold by Red demands against said estate: Ton and
"drIDc embers.he to although the needs of the State fro
sought fan Into
I Cross Pharmacy and al l medldne JeaV- each of JOIf hereby notified and AND CIGARS
}
In this'directionAregenerally recognised. '
"Allfe: ; and. who'In his blind geeared: : era. required to \present any claims and

;,*ot'wbomhe. Injured,'M long as he The passage, of the Tampa demands which yon or either of you Avenue D and 14th St., MIAMI FLA.
.
FaIr bin with its appropriation ,of
l '
could
strike down his personal .
'" ,ene may have against the estate of P. L. .lJaa-U-I r..
PJIZlea. ""'!. $30,000. was about'the only step taken Mrs and, Mrs. Frank Hahn have Issued
Fay deceased Jate of Dade county,
: With to advertise the State in any dIrection Invitations the marriage of
', an this'as
r ; a starting point. Florida, to the undersigned admlnlsratrlx -
: :U U to how the and its success was due solely their eldest daughter,Miss Kathryne jE
; easy see breach between of said estate; within two years
the to the remarkable energy displayed ElIZabeth to Mr. Eugene Benjamin
administration &Dd'.the
from the date hereof.
'f Legislature was by the people behind It, coupled Romfh.on Wednesday1 evening June
; first opened; and
1905. We Want
1t 'though ,the lines,were drawn too.late with' the fact that a deal[was made Nth at I o'clock at Trinity Episcopal 5-19-Sw Dated.' May 17th.MARY A..D. E. FAY Every Grower A AIN
delegation church this bride elect is
"Ja the session to materially affect legislation with the DeFnniak Fair. city. The R. H. Seymour'Admlnlatrttrlx..
.'" .the'effect of the rupture upon 117 means of 'which considerable one of Miami's most"popular and cul- '

the politics of the State wffl prob- strength was secured from West Flor- tuned young women,.while the grooms Attorney for Administratrix.
l. THE STATE TO HAVE OUR
abl7.prove, tar-reaching Fortunately Ida The 'manner in .which the ,De one of the substantial young bus- BOOBS

"for the people gf the State this hostile Funlak Fair bill was''' put through, : Incas men of the city and prominently Notice for Publication.

l',element soon over-reached itself. ThePu'bUcatlon' on the last day of,the session, after Identified with the Anthony.Romfh "Florida Vegetables complete mannal of Florida anus
butchered in the House clothing and dry goods Mr.and Department of the Interior -
14 of the committee, report having been 'I' compnay. : "Florida" OrvPLor special Interest to orange growsn., ''y
before certainly furnishes a Mrs. Romfh will be at home after Land Office at Gainesville, Fla .
the
!ten the Vnfvenltyof Florida was'a, day a Florida Strawberries Booklet one "SoU Varieties Cattlvattoa tats j"
l fatal revelation; since it showed upon notable Instance of' the manner In June' 25th. May IS, 1905.' I FerUlliaUottIrian ,-.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
which "Tampa's representative'Dlen '
: Its face a disposition to prejudice pub- "
I'otatoaA Booklet 8o0 Bead
; oa Planting and Cnlttratioa; ZEasa:
;, :He opinion by" the'clumsy distortion stand by their guns, and their friends Dying of Famine. owtng'named settler has filed notice of ot Fertilisers, Digging and Shipping." .

:'ft facts. The effect 'of that :report u well In any contest In,which they, I&; In its torments, like dying of con ils Intention tti make commutation ,
Pineapple irertfllilng.-Of spsdal Interest to pineapple
.:,has been.disutrous-not to the'Uni.Tersity take part. sumption.. The progress,or consnmp- proof in support of his claim and that graven. r

but to the political clique that The administration's drainage 'leg lion from the beginning to the very said proof will be made before John B. Idea11'8rt1llaerJ.Book. < showing all oar different brands aaalysea, prises #

';prompted It And the Inference; is Islatlon was enacted before the trouble end Is a long torture both to victim Reilly United, States Commissioner at e A ..r

EV obvious that'if'one committee report began, but the uniform text booK and friends. "When bad'Consumption Miami Fla, on June 28, 1905, via: New and Revised EdlUona of the abort Just published teat free for the aakt>

,
..;[Des been. exaggerated or, colored by proposition fen by the wayside in In. its first stage writes Wm. David A. Smith .of.Miami Fla. Hd.

;;;personal feeling,'other reports: may the House, while the State insurance Myers of Ceufoss'ML'after trying 32.663 for the N. 1.: of &E. 1-4 and WILSON &. TOO lER FERTILIZER GO ANY

Q.have been., Whatever may be ,the bill was talked to death In the "Senate. different medicines and a good doctor. N. 1-S or S. W. 1-4 Sec 11, Tp. fit S. _

t true state of alf.a1rs'at the State Insane This is one of the: administra In vain, I at last took Dr. King's New R. 40 E.

":" Asylum iChattahoochee.? for tion's pet measures and the fact that Discovery, which quickly and perfect He names the following witnesses JACKONVILLE. Fla. ?

"eiample, sensible people will loot4I Hunt Harris of Key West,,who killed 11[ cured me." Prompt relief and sure to prove his continuous residence upon r

f with'.suspicion, upon 'aU'Tel-dlcta arrived I the bin. is a IIOn.Ia1&w'ct.. Dr. J.'T cure for coughs colds, sore throat, and cultivation of said land via:, Chase & 2 arn.esr., Agents,

at b;, a Jury that has on one oo i Porter the State health, officer,,who bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents J. T. Davis F. IL Brown .S. A. Belcher -- 1.

.,.canton already shown. Itself Incapable Is generally supposed to have a bandIn pneumonia Qvaranteea at an drug and E. C. Gaunt, all of Miami Fla. BROWN, & MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD

of dealing out Justice with an 'Impartial the' insane asylum report, shows gists. Price brio and |1. Trial bottle W. G. Robinson, I I Cutler Little Hirer.. .

>:f. .bane and whose motives). may. that there are wheels within wheel free. \ 5-19-61 Register. I

therefore. Justly be looked upon. .with In Tallahassee. '

.-i:. more or' 1ess'suspietou., As an offset to 'the,good bills lost, Notice for Publication. NOTICt: OF EXECUTRIX.

-v It' should never be'forgotten that IfHfce the State win doubtless _be*1oaded Department of the Interior Miami Bottling Works

public Institutions of this'' State down with a law prohibiting! Sunday; Land Office a( Gainesville;Fla All concerned will take notice
persons
c, 'are'defectin.., ,their, condition,, must bueban..:aDd one more county-tha May 22, 1905. that six months after date I will WALL & DICKINSON. Props.

to a certain extent be attributed to of St. Lncle-has. been'.adde4.t :the Notice Is hereby given that the, fol.lowingnamed present my final accounts and vouchers -
}. the failure of past legislatures mb Street, Near R. R., Miami, Tin d
to list.It. was hoped by some that Governor settler has filed notice u executrix of the estate of John

make adequate ;provision for' their I Broward would. veto the bin dlvldlnpBrevard of his Intention to make final proof J. Harden, late of Dade County deceased -

;}, equipment and maIDtei1ance. Bricks I county upon the same In support of his claim and that said to the 3ounty Judge of said Manufacturers .f
:
k: 'ean'Jiot'be made without straw, and ground as that upon which his veto of proof will be made before John B. for final discharge
and
county my
IF?'!L, the Board of State 'Institutions; can the first Jacksonville charter bill was Reilly. U. 8. Commissioner, at Miami 'as executrix pray ot said estate.FLORENCE All Kflds .of; '

*: 'JWt'1n Justice fairly'be held,accountable bued-ume1 that aQ such questions Fla. on JulyS 1905 vit: Daniel M : P. HADEN },. .,..." "1-.,

for conditions forced upon It,by may safely be relegated to the Roberta, of Homestead. Fin. Hd. Executrix Estate of J. J. Had.... DeJanuary Soft Drinks 1

u 'our legislative :body. people., But It was not to be. and It %991%. for the northwest quarter, section teased. fiv ,"-: ':" ,,. ,:::'........#". .....,..

c The Governor's message, conveying Is quite possible that he will also Ignore 25. township 68 south range 31 INS. l-14-6m { Ptai t'AtgtltLOtl, 'w.AD Men. Out-of-Tcwa Ordan SoUottssl.DYSPEPSIA .
IX. .. ; .
the reply of the < _"
Board
of StateIn4i this same principle of home rule east. He D&D1e. the'foUowlU witnesses '

'stitutions to the charges made by'the and local self-government In the cue to prove his continuous resl -

;.committee that visited' the insane of the" Sunday. basenOl bIlL dence upon and cultivation of said : : CURErO

asylum, seems to have been resentedby The last week of the session was UnJ, viz: ,

the Legislature,,less for'Us:substance anything: but, an edifying"one. and It D, C. Brown, Perrine, Fla. '. :*"DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT

than for its form. But If theLeglalaturd'Is Is certainly a highly significant' L H. Brown of KIa1:1I. Fla.a : r
commentary
0 ...... .. ;
i T .II 09 WL.con: iln m VaMtU total *)* M esSs>
Justified "In complaining upon our'tree institutions D. Jenkins of Miami. Fla. i rerun ORT n are uaous.n w
,
1
s of the language In which that that a general feeling of relief shouldbe G. W. Kosel. of Homestead Fl*. 'E. C. DeWITT& COMPANY. CmCAOGa &I.i

message; was "couched." ,why may not experienced at the adjournment o t 6-2407-7 W, G..ROBINSON,

y the Governor' and his .cabinet be Jns-. the Legislature_tie chosen res eats- Restate Ask for the 1 905 Kodol Almanac and 200. year Calendar'fl

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J. W S SANDERS I.TO BEGIN WORK AT AN EARLY DATE JEANNETTE IS I .

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Within the next few days there will W. M.
: appear calls for bids for the erectionof IN THE< TOILS BURDINE'Shandsome ;

; .J JAIL L HERE the new three-story building of the ,
tIN Dade County Title Insurance and

Trust Company which It is the Intention

of the to have built da,- .
company Information was received here Wednesday I '
lag the summer and ready for ,occupancy afternoon that -the auxiliary stores at 316 and 318

h Brought From Irwinsville, Ga. by early te- sloop yacht Jeannette, owned by Hood
The plans of the building, as pre- which of 12th St. will be
:By Sheriff Frohock. pared by Architect DeGarmo and accepted some k: Isaacs two and weeks or sliped more out ago after port aglow next week

by the company, show a most she had been fined by the customhouse ,
attractive structure and the with of the
probably authorities and forbidden to some handsomest bar-
most beautiful end ornamental blockIn
leave the dock had been captured at
.' Joseph W. SanJers, chaired with the city. It win be located !at the
S. the cutter
Beaufort C., by revenue
the embeulement of money and Tain- corner of 1Mb and court streets, witha Forward. gains THAT CAN BE HAD HERE

lp. able from U. e of West Palm Beach, to the and 42 feet on lth street is
but it said that the
extent of several thousand dollars la The building win be' three stories M. Broadbent was enroute ForwardCaptH. to Norfolk It will not take a "well filled purse" to do shopping at this popula *store, for'

a BOW prisoner in the Dade county high and will have solid brick walls II I I for repairs to her boilers, 'when we. have lowered the price range to such a "little thing" that, nobody

Jail, this city, and will be be1d'u such and fancy stone- ornaments. The the captain received Intormatlon that need without seasonable for ,
tor floor will contain four go goods summer wear '
S until legal proceedings are taken ground large the Jeannette was comng Into Beau- .
'liis release on ball or otherwise. rooms, one of which'wtU be used by fort and he laid there< with the result -

public familiar with the the company for conducting: its business that walked #
The are the badly wanted yacht All this
4 details,,of this case and the arrest of while the other three will be Into his trap. L ,r week we have been a

aF x' )(1'..Sanders several days ago at :Fits- for renting purposes, two fronting on The capture of the Jeannette has gathering
.: Y germs Ga. Sunday night Sheriff Fro court and one on 12th streets. caused quite a-Uttle speculation among a

hock: left for IrwlnsrOle. where be The second: floor will be devoted entirely local boatmen as to the outcome of

+#ti war conaned,'to take the prisoner Into for offices, and the< plan shows the case and the general opinion Is

custody and .bring him< bock: to this fourteen well ventilated and large that Uncle Sam Is going to make the .
county for trIaL He, had 'bat. four suites, with bath and other'conTtl' punishment pretty heavy and make t vT''KMNANTS

boon In that place: and left there Monday ences easily accealble.rhUe: the third those violating his commands wish

reaching .Miami Tuesday the floor win be made into a lodgeroom.In they had never owned or been Identified E +r tai

F long and -continuous riding ,putting the preparation of this floor .especial with a boat and the usual price for this. .

the.officer somewhat to' the bad, pains have been taken. The lodge or It will be remembered that the Jeannette
1 same goods has been from 10 '
though his prisoner stood the trip exceedingly assembly room win occupy about half which was built In this sty last ,

welL .' i ef the floor space .while the otherwin summer by1 Messrs.Hood and Isaac I' r cents a yard to as ,high as 60 .

Od Wednesday a Metropois representative be devoted to a banquet hail, paraphernalia was granted a special yachting license, I cents. The remnants consist
_' room and other apartments which, meant that she
could be
called .on Mr. Sanders In used of large
the county jaiL He occupied'one ot such as are required by secret societies. by her owners for prvate yachting a variety of lawns A

3the large cells oa the left of the entrance purposes only but in violation of this Swisses in many patterns. s
The building win be moden In every license, It Is alleged that the i
and was comfortable la a hammock owners
detail and with a design both Inviting announced and The price per yard during next week commencing will be i
that had been provided for him. run an excursion to Monday, Just' ,

He war rather, reticent'anaat, first It and Is attractive.believed close The on cots to will$25.000 border.and the offense wrecked steamer"Alicia. For this exactly one half.. If you want to make, a pretty and stylish waist, now is your:' :
refused_ a fine of $236 t
: hare anything to say relattveto"his was assessed '
to the
: arrest work on Its erection will begin as against the boat The fine was not opportunity, get material
soon thereaft'er as the contract shall
paid and the
yacht remained at the
A conversation then followed
general
have been let and the builder get P
can
Royal Palm dock
.his.arrest. In wbleh'at Fitzgerald.Mr. Sanders'He-.told denied,of things In,a condition to go to work. of the'collector of'under customs.the direction Silk Petticoats to close out Here'are a few irresistable, unap-

resisted When completed the buDding win Some two weeks or:more ago, the paoachable and price slaughtering
that he had arrest as report"W. -
Y he read 'the Atlanta be most Inviting In appearance' and an collector-of'this port, alleges that )lr. We nave the following silk petti- I
He,said: bad la ornament to that 'part of,the city' In on" bargains that will save you rom 25c
Hood of
the owners of the boat coats that will
papers of be sold
lit ChiUingworth'ipresence at
which It Is to be remarkably
located and the dollar
promoters took her on here.
from the up
dock
and every spent Theseare
attempted
that
In,, city, the'J'UI'POIII low
of the Look
enterprise to be figures. them
are commended to leave over and
'
port She was overhauled a little soiled and be
"y of the came, and knew that his arrest are to moved
was'to come. He was sitting In. a up upon such,their a'Structure.LEGAL push and. pluck inputting and brought back;to a point near the you will agree.|rith us. at the following prices
4 store mouth of the river, where she went
dime when two officers came DOne <
of them pinned his arms behind aground, and to prevent her being 3 black silk petticoats i that were $4.00 1 lot of white bedspreads, sold l for
5.50for. .
PAPERS. ; ..,. .. .. fiDe
him &JIc1'not'knowing that It was .a* moved again the collector took off certain black silk, that were %50. 75c, now .. '.. ..._ g

a' indication of his arrest, be threw him parts of the machinery, thougn forr.t ... .... .. ...:15.50 1 lot ot white bedspreads, sold for JI.50
Warranty deed, Robert A. S. Peacock .p. 150. .
Mr. Hood promised him that he would 1 now .., .
changeable and
,6 off and ,he fen backwards.: With that green wine was
the other oncer,,covered him I with a and wife to Jos. H. Day,for $600 make no farther attempts to take the 7.0. for..?..eo ... ... ..... ..eo.. .$550
lots 1
to :
15 Inclusive, block U, New yacht from port.

revolver.''and, He then.without realized resistance.their mission Bisc yne. : This was where the coDectorcot: A law line of assorted designs in linen r
: '
gave np
Warranty deed Sarah K. McGahey: fooled. Next morning,the 3eannette scarf for side boards dressers
and
"How much are yon short,with Mr.Graber SuitsA parlor r
and husband
to Mary M. Woodson for Bathing
and Mr. Hood
a" T" 'was asked."About .: $S and other considerations, three- In the day they were were reported gone and u later having stands. 25.per ct. off. Prices ia plain figures

e $1(0.00; not over that fourths of an acre la section: .U. tp. passed Jupiter:. That Is the last dip in the cool fait ocean will give .t
amount, and 1 stand ready to'make It 53. south, range 41 east ,
t good'was ,the reply Warranty deed. Perrlne Grant Land foxy seen owners or'hNrd'until of the the report yacht and of her you new life and of course you needa No need of using ,but the best

Farther than this Mr.' Sanders' would Co. to: CoL O. Boas for $100 lot J, capture yesterday. their bathing suit; no need to wear your- toweling when you can get it so cheap. J

_ ,to sot'assert, discuss that the there case.was at 'Issue a' concerted except block' Warranty 30. Perrlne.deed'Maurice .A. Scott In Now that the boat and'ownera are self out making one Mien we sell Special cut on all linen, huckdamask
custody the question arises
"; effort ethers in the of i wait them so cheap. fringed and hemstitched '
by employ Mr and Mary B. Scott to J. D. Flnley for win be done' with, them! There Is towels
: k
Grabs -
to get bins into trouble. for byao $30.000 east one-half of:; lot '1t. and already a fine of $230 I 10 dozen 25
: against the boat; Those Hat sold for 150 will cent quality
s in 'doing.they would raise themselves all of lots",U, 111,11'',and IS:,block: 116, I for attempting take her from this at. go..:.... ..52.00TuoaeYtUtBoldfor35b ..,...,& ,
his estisution and obtain promo '.
Miami he 12 dozen 35 cent
port another wi'u'gn
quality
p ,tions.' ., .;. 'Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land while the act of taking can her be from assessed; ::. ... ... .. .. .::. .. :.. .... .. .$2.50 for . .. .. ..:.. .25c40c.
**I have engaged Messrs. G.:G. CarrIe Co to Chas J. Montgomery for<$175 after being ordered port Those that old for 5.00 will I goat One lot fifty cent quality

and W. L 'Metcalf'to: represent me." Iota 14 and 15,'block: 17, 1Il mL also admissible to punishment not _to do so, is i iI I .......... ... .. ...... ... ... .. .. .$3.75 for . . . . ... .. .. ...,
said'Kr. Sanders, ""and I shall waive : I Pun One lot eighty-fire cent quality
Warranty deed. Chat H. ,Lum
_/" a preliminary examination and prepare wife 'Carney and ishment In such cases is usually imposed for . '.. ... ..,..60c .J
to Richard for,1.' 1120 in the shape of fine
a or fines <
for final trial.". .. scream n section 34, tp. 53, south, range when are held against the boat and In Our 5 and 10 cent counters have

This was the'extent, or the gist.'ofthe 42 east default of which received a new' iH-ortment for
payment It Is confiscssted next One dozen linen carriage robes
'
conversation the defendant being
Warranty deed R. E. Watson'et nz and sold, but the law :'week. ,
guarded labia remarks 'or replies to to N., M. Barney for $1.300. all of lot punishment by Imprisonment allows Some good, v.ihii-H UfO found sold everywhere for one dollar, we sell

: uestlbas'though showing that he in I,'b1oc:1t 53. Miami, except 30 feet offsouth with fines and as.the owners of along the on, these counters.; See. them. them for 75 cents.
tends; to'mblmseU a hard fight,to clear
side now used of
as a right Jeannette are alleged to have given
of the ,charges against him..

t'' Ho'date has been set for a preliminary way.Warranty deed, G. A. Johnson and and the government so openly and considerable boldly defied trouble and MAY. MANTON PATTERNS FOR JULY HAVE BEEN RECEIVED ,

examination but It wffl probably beheld husband to W. E. TerwOUger for $2,600 violated their order
; It Is the general
one day this week when his, attorneys Iota 8, t, and 12. block 16, Robbins belief here that,the fines against ,the W. M. Burdine

c win likely'appeal for him. Graham and Chllllngworth subdivis boat will be Increased and the owners
waive examination and ask that bond
imprisoned for their conduct
be zed for the release of their clientpending ion.Letters patent State of Florida to The Jeannette win probably be 316-318 Twelfth Street

;_ trI J.' C. M. Rogers. W. C. DeGarmo, C. L.Huddleetou. brought back to this port as will also Miami Florida' '3

For the present Mr Sanders win be .. A W:Grabam and H.Ver- the owners providing the
leade as comfortable u'.possible by government II
non Price-wnilams,
corporators of
authorities ,decide to seek their
pun I.
<
Sheriff Frohock'and his ,
deputies the Dade County Reel Estate Improvement ishment for the offenses rendered several lecttocs before the I
commltteed.and and wreath *
while Pauline Moon, Os> .
though it is thought he win be able PRETTY WEDDING !
Company, with a capital the outcome of the case win be bridal party arrived. This occurred: flower girl 'was attractive ta white
to fir* bond Ia"ani sum required. .
.Y' of $25,000 watched with Interest .', at 6 o'clock: and to tweet strains of wlta pink ribbons.

Warranty ,deed. T. J. Backus and a bridal chorus from Lohengrin, the From the church the bridal '
The 'marriage, of. Mr. George Glen wife to Chas DeGarmo for., $666.67.one The' British schooner Rattle Stroam to Miss Lena
Anthony
wasolenaixed hundred and twenty acreS la see. ing. Capt rhinatuca; cams,Into port side by side followed by little Miss mother, lu, C. F. Tales, oa Arao
last Thursday la Palm S, tp. 54, south, range 41 eastWarrsntydeedTruman '
twenty Pauline Moore flower
yesterday with or more M glrL B and Eighth
passengers street, but later were)
;
Beach the home city of the contracting :
Jilq'.bUIou.r Is a' : J., Backus the majority of them 'colored, Surrounded by relatives. and friends I At the altar the couple were met by driven to the tram and left for their -
sis-
p and wife to W.B .
-f DeGarme for $666.67.one and a quantity of trust In the of Rev, Dr. W. W. farts future home In .
.let of Messrs. A. P. and J. R. Anthony consisting of midst a profusion of decorations .pastor ot the Tampa The bride tea
i hundred and twenty acres in sec.S oranges banana*, limes .sippadflloa, and bowers of choice roses and church, and the ceremony performed young woman wen and favorably
knows ;
; who wen
are In this
,. tiJt dty tp. 54 south
,., range 41 east a
etc. The Battle Darling came into the flowers wed. that plighted two hearts two known, has good
l' :having large Interests here She is a ,a very pretty ttng was solemnlxed and la- many qualities and r
Warranty
deed Geo. Mangos et
.. :'snort attractive : nx. bay late yesterday afternoon Tint got Wednesday afternoon at sis tines u one. The ring service was has endeared herself to many by a
; young woman, R.
possesdng to E. Chafer for $5.00 and other '
:-.. charming con aground this side of the Cape and re- o'clock at the Presbyterian church. used and during the few impressive sweet and lovable disposition. Th*- y
many trafta Of charf '
..: f"meter: and a most loveable disposition. siderations lot 21 lot, block of;land 31x90 feet bordering malned fut until this "morning..when I The contracting: parties were MU momenta of the service the low sweet groom Is one of Tampa's' rising young'
: 86. Miami. '
'; >Mr. Strohm is one of the leading bu: she was pulled off and brought up to Rosa llorah Henry, of this city and notes of that beautiful song,"Ob.Pront- business men and to him and his
Warranty deed, W. D Cash and
l' wife the dty.. The passengers wera Ise Me. pealed from the bride are the best wishes of
ness ,men of West:Palm Beach. He to S., C. Lawrence for < removed Mr, William C. Hawley, of Tampa. organ sweeter the public
$1.000. elihty last night by orders of the and better than before of Miami extended.
has interests hesllhofficer For the occasion the church: bad ever while
1arp in
property Miami acres In section U, tp. S3, south,
range
d ,and other portions.of tie eonntyand 41 east and JmmIlntloli'oJIce/ and been appropriately and elaborately at the conclusion Mendelssohn's wed- Capt. Enoch Ross and daoghterJUsv
were brought up to the'cltT' on':the decorated In'ferDI.. Tines and flowers ding march rang out clear''and dis
counts his friends by the score, all of :Warranty deed K. F. lIartln'and' Lady Lou. Julia, left :yesterday for Key West '
They an tinct.
.whom win Join la extending heartiest wife' to Martin Joye. for $7500. lot fortunes are seeking their and It presented both an artistic and where they will take aboard a gentleman
tr 'congratulations.f j I block 76. Cutler. in,the United States and desire attractive appearance. The organ The bride was pretlUIy attired la and go on a cruise ot tea sailor

.rtt .. ,to become subjects of Uncle: Sam. was presided over by Mr. Joyner who white silk ea train, wits bridal Ten more. ,

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tided In complaining'of the spirit in sentative of the people.' What the- peo- .
investigations pIe of the State will think of the I
which ihese legislative LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
lOSING DAYS were 4 nducted I" The report of the Legislature of 1905 time alone can

appointed to in- &show but what the people of South
Nobles Committee,
Florida think of of Its most Out Of Coini'ssionHas
\ vestigate" the first asylum commit- one promnent Administrator's Notice
members readily be Inferred -
IN lEGISlATURE tee declares, .dhat it could find no may In Court of County Judge State of
from the following splcey ex-
of immorality or the
evidence either Florida. Dade county. In re Estate
tract rfom the news columns of the
misappropriation of funds at Chatta- of Elijah Smith.,

,f I oochee. And as everybody knows, Tampa Tribune: To all Creditors. Legatees, Distrlbn-

the committee appointed to Investigate "Paste" this in your hat for next teesand All Persons Raving Claimsor your Watch or Clock stopped r'


':Ably.... .Chronicled By the Metropolis the State rumor Institutions that members were of the Interestedas Boardof year"Tallahassee, Fla. May 31.The You Demands and each Against of yon Said are Estate hereby: Bring it to us, we do the best kind.

only member of the House from South
,fJ); Special Correspondent. stockholders In the concern that Florida who voted against the bill to notified and required to present any of Repair Work It have not
contract for the State print- yo
,;.t: has the claims and demands which you or
appropriate $30,000:: to the State Fair
ng, was forced to be held In Tairf a was the Hon seen Combs, S high
could find absolutely no foundation estate of Elijah Smith, deceased, late
Albert W. Gflchrlst
r... of Punta Cords
!fTHEtR: DEEDS AND MISDEEDS for the charges. speaker of the House who received of Dade county, Florida to the undersigned grade watches you are doing' yourself '

.,...TOLD, .'-AND THE BAD GIVEN A little The conception general public of the provably manner has as In the solid support of South Florida within two administrator months from of said the estate date an, injustice.. : : :. : : : '
and
people In his f the
; GENTLE SHAKING UP BY THIS comntitteea'inquiries papers race which these legislative ercot
Speakershlp and who is expected to
y..ELLINFORMED ,WRITER. are conducted as of the splr- be a candidate for Governor loext Dated May 30, 1905.D. ,

: It by which some of them at least In which event he will E. Smith. Administrator.
...,. year again ask '
have been animated. Take for ex- the solid support of the aforesaid G-28C 'H. F1. WhalerThe Jeweler12th b a

>.iT' ample, the committee appointed! toInvestigate" people and papers." '
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_ ;:, Tallahassee, June. 4, 1905.' the ancient and fish,like Notice for Publication. Street. Miami

'Th WOl'1lt. session of the legislature rumor that certain members of the Cuban Diarrhoea. Department of the Interior

,; 4nsoibe reapect.slnce reconstruc- State Board of Institutions were interested U, S. Soldiers who served*In Cuba Land Office at Gainesville .Tla,

'(tloa days* is now a thing of the past' In the Capital Pubrshing durIng' the Spanish war know what yp, May 22. 1905. I

...-tad"It would be 'well for the State if Co. A long list of witnesses were this Notice is hereby given that the following -.
disease is, and that ordinary rem
'some 'of'the bad seed sown in Talla- summoned from Governor Browarddown. named settler has filed notice

JLaaaee in the last sixty days werealsodoue 'all.of whom were sworn and edles much have little more effect than so of J his intention to make commutation F. W. HAHN -
water. Cuban diarrhoea Is almost -
> with. The Senate was, in then'"put: under the rule" Just as If proof In support of his claim and that

':.1J1e 'main,a sate and conservative they had been witnesses in a police as severe and dangerous as a said proof will' be made before John Architect and
mild attack of cholera. Builder
There is one
'body.and had It not effectually bar- court Now., as a matter of fad, the a Rellly U S. Commissioner at Miami ;
remedy, however that can always be ,
-:Ted :the way,- the State of Florida Legislature has no authority ,to put F a.. on July 8, 1905. viz: Maria r
|'/Sright: have had saddled upon it 80m. he chief executive of the State on depended upon as will be open by the Florence Gazzam of Homestead. Fla. I now have in my employ one of the beat
Its following certificate from Mrs. Minnie draftsman in the South and am better
the witness nor are committees
:1or, the, worst .legislation I that ever,111ped stand Hd. 31 CCS, for the southeast quarter tbaD'ever for
Jacobs of prepared
-, Houston Texas "I hereby furnishing plans
in
administering
up the feet of a free people.:. Justified certify that Chamberlain's' 'Colic.Cholera section 34, township 56 south range and details tor good buildings, fine cabi
,
l'.l'\:\tVIthoit a' lettdcir without definite oaths The State constitution forever : 38 east. lIe names the following wit. net work,'etc. 1 am now headquartersfor .' .

( alin or policy the House of, Representatives settled these two points when It provided and Diarrhoea Remedy cured nesses to prove his continuous resl- turned work scroll sawing and all

gradually drifted' from badto"wo'se that "the powers of the gov- my husband of a severe attack of Cubau' deuce upon and cultivation of said work usually done- in a riser CUM
ernment the State of Florida shall diarrhoea, which he Drought: homo mill
or planing
until In the last weeks ,of land viz:

,the session it resembled nothing so be> divided into three departments but from Cuba. We had several doctors Ceo. W. Kosel, of Homestead Fla. Send me your order for doors and wIn-
did him'no
they good. One bottleof
';rnuch beer garden, with the "lId legislative, executive and Judicial;
as a F. M. Spencer, of Homestead Fla. dow frames
ballusters
A." and no person properly belonging to this remedy cured, him. a, our brackets, etc
Anna L. Meeker of Homestead Fla.
of the shall exerciseany neighbors will testify. I thank'God and be convinced
one departments MIAMI FLA
sal Frank Kanan. of Homestead. Fla.
this
riTo say II not to say that the for valuable medicine" '
f: appertaining to either of so a For sale
without-capable.or powers 6-2 to 7-7 W. G. ROBiNSON
,
body, wait representative
the others except in cases expressly b y Red Cross Pharm cy.and all medicine '
,
men. Such men were there Register.
provided for'b, theTConstltutlon." On dealers.Col. ,
Jn ,plenty but they'faned'to'stand ---
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other hand .the1 only authorized -
...together-they failed to organizeWta'tho eart# lire Notice to Debtors and Creditors.j Tomato
; session;: 'and 'to I this failure, to administer oaths by the G .W. M., Williams ana family! WrappersDon't

;mail In part be ascribed the baneful?, Constitution are "the Judges and having disposed of their home are Creditors,'legatees, distributees and
,Vrki of the Supreme Court, DotAry''RPUcs. now residing in the comfortable wait till the *
,. influence acquired in the lower branch cottage all persons having claims: or demands tomatoes are

'X\of ,the Legislature by an' element AH out of which was very Governortunings tore of Captain W H. McIntyre 'on against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp r'! ripe before orpering your pa.
.uIT brought by former ;West Tvgelfth street ,Coll; Williams '
J fWblch sought:by' every Imatftfabie* hereby
deceased notified to
are present
his per.V have THE BEST
ait&ss
upon appearance as :
,means to belittle and betnnlr&-pail returned home' yesterday, morningfrom the undersigned '.
before this "Nobles Commit- same to the
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only th eJennangs' 'adm1nlstra South Carolinatwberehe'weitto i,
)-!. within after the -
two first publication
rib -successor.." t ,-vS ""'i "te".1. settle up and dispose of his years Manila Wrappers 7
} of this notice failing which,
The number of JocaJ. bills Introduced
flea of the
< This element was led by a membe. ? : family estate there: '
passed this session has been the same will be pleaded In bar of
rho shall,be nameless. If he Is seek.. and made and our prices are right. Order now '4 4H'LTG:3CES

,A 1nc..Doterlty. rile win not ,receive j It omethlng unusuaL 'The day before Just What Everyone Should, Do. their demands. -

,here If he Is seeking"'distinguish the adjorunment. the Secretary ofSuttebad Mr. '/. T. Barber of InrlnvOle Ga Henrietta TrapP.
himself "he"has 'extinguished. on file 1228 bills that had I dmlnlstratrix of the'Estate of Caleb &. CO.
simply always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains'
heeD-
'<. lmself;, and. 'should ,his;,identjtye approved by the Governor and i Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdyat L. Trapp deceased.
of,these but 53 were,laws of general Cocoanut Grove Fla. tit
asked let it be said, in the slang of hand ready for Instant use. 'Attacks V!
Dame '* t aterest. While many''pernlcloua Cocoanut Grove, Fla. 5-2tf-9t
the,4ajr. that,"his Is Dennis.
; of colic,.cholera morbus and dlarmhoes -
measures,were allowed to die on the: I
Animated'only .
; by personal, feeling, that
come on so suddenly
J this member devoted himself with'nn- slender or lie "on the table" several Notice to Creditors. Wilson &
there.1a no time to hunt a doctor or go Five kf
'!tiring to bear'u meritorious bills were allowed to rowith'
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energy bringing to to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber e
rca the administration and certain'of ,them. Among these may be Ia Court of the County Judge State of 1 -
"I have
tried Chamberlain'
numbered says: DUU" '
flt friends' Dr.' Grill's pure food bill, Florida.In in
influence
possible
every
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Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
that could1' Injure it the public and his, geological survey bIlL, No Estate of P. L. Fay. Deceased
.it :in. ; estimation. which1 Is one of,the best medicines I rs
., In oW pu5vision'whatever has been, made Staple Groceries Fruits
Living' county and the ever,saw.. I ieep a bottle of It In my Dade County. Fla.
., iting" another; this member for collection of agricultural statistics ,
dlstrlbtees.
room as I hale had several attacks of To all creditors. legatees .
;:orb' truth, represented little else thanfan nor received has the subject of immigration colic and It has proved to be the best and all persons having claims: or TOBACCOSAND

old county political fend, 'whose any attention what medicine I 'ever used.". Sold by Red demands against said estate;. Too and
-faying: ,embers he .to Into ever although the needs ofthe'Staten
sought fan p
Cross Pharmacy and an medicine deal each of you are hereby notified and CIGARS '
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this direction are generally recognized.
f'life, and, who in his blind ragexared ers. required to present any claims and

'.VBOt. wbombe, Injqred- 'so, long as he The passage of the Tampa demands which you or either of you Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI FLA. y'
Fair bill with Its appropriation of
could .strike down his _
personal ene may haT against the estate of P. L. .4M-U-I t.mWe ,
J>i $30,000. was about the only step taken Mrs and Mrs. Frank Hahn have issued
Fay; deceased, late of Dade county.
11..1111WIth
afl thfe to advertise the State in any direction Invitations to the marriage of
: :point
:as a starting Florida, to the undersigned adminls-
B>t.f .'.tt Is easy to tee bow the breach between and Its success was due sole- their eldest daughter Miss Kathryne tratrlx of said estate within two years t
'* the ly to the remarkable energy displayed Elizabeth to Mr. Eugene Benjamin
administration and the
from the date hereof.
:;'' Legislature was first, opened and by the people behind It. coupled lomfh .on Wednesday' evening.June
; Dated 1905. Want
May mho GrowerIN
A..D.
)though the,lines,were drawn,too late with the fact that a deal'was made 4th at 6 o'clock Trinity Episcopal Every


; ::1a'the session to materially affect legislation '- with the DeFunlak FaIr'' delegation, church this city. The, bride elect is 5-19-5W MARY FAT. n
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Seymour'AdmIDlstrttrix.
f he'effect of,the by means of which considerable one of Miami's most popular and cnl- R. H.
; rupture:upon -
:' ;. 'the''politics of the State.will strength was secured from West Flor- turgid young .women ..hlle the groomIs Attorney for Administratrix.
probably THE STATE TO .HAVE OUR BOOKS.
"... "prove tar-reaching., Fortunately Ida. The 'manner in which the PeFuniak one of the substantial young bus-

for the people gf the State this hostile Fair bill was put through, maws men of the city and prominently Notice for Publication.

'clement on the last day of the ''session after identified with the Anthony-Romfh
f soon over-reached itself The Florida VegtablaaA complete manual of Horida crops .:
a' been butchered in the House clothing and dry goods compnay. Mr. Department of the Interior
?publication of the committee report laving Florida Orar***."-:Of special interest to orange trovers.

:ifo-(; the'University, of Florida ,was;acfatal the day before certainly furnishes a and! Mrs. Romfh win be at home after Land Office at Gainesville Fla. "Florida Strawberrlas."-A Booklet. oa "Soil .Varieties Coltlvatlom MS
instance of the manner In June' 25th. May 15. 1905. ,
% revelation since, it showed upon notable : Fertnixatlon."
tts which Tampa's representative men Notice is hereby given that the fol- a,
.; face to
a disposition
prejudice pub.He -
Irish PotatoeLA
Booklet "Son. Seed.
oa Planting and Cnlttrmtioa: EC***
'. stand by their and their friends D'lnll'of Famine. lowing named settler has filed notice of
opinion by the clumsy distortion I guns Wit
of Fertilizes, Digging and SUlnpInx.Pineapple .
'nf facts. The .effect 'of that 'report as well. In any contest which. they, Is, In its torments like dying of consumption. his Intention to make commutation "
M'ertIUstq.--f special Interest to
d3 h a been,disastrous=not to the:TJal- take part. The progress or consumption proof in support of his claim and that I pineapple grunwa"Ide.l

"4 -yenlty lint to the political clique thatprompted The administration's drainage leg* from the beginning to the YeI'7I I I said proof will be made before John B. ate J'ert111aen.-Boot showing an oar different brands, sssljses. vrissa >4

I' before end. Is a long torture both to victim Rellly. Untied States Commissioner at '
It And; the inference;; is Islation was enacted the trouble .
,*:obvious that,'If one committee report ;began. but the uniform text book and friends. "When had Consumption '! Miami Fla, on June 28, 1905. vii: New and Barbed Editions of the above Just published sent fm for t&easkfckft.

,
*j .bas been exaggerated or, colored by proposition fell by the wayside in In. its first stage," writes Wm. David A. Smith .of.Miami Fls, Hd.

-" -personal feeling, other reports _mayrtihave the House while the State insurance Myers of Cearfoss, Mi. "after trying 32.663 for the N. 1.= of 5.E. 1-4 and WILSON & TOO IER FERTILIZER COMPANY

: been., Whatever mad be .the bill was talked to death In the 'Sen-I different medicines and a good doctor. N. 1.2 or S. W. 1-4 .See. 11. Tp. 64 8.

;.: true state of affairs'at the State.Insane ate.. This Is one of,the almtntstrilion's I; In vain, I at last took Dr. King's New R. 40 E.
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'" 4 Asylum at, .Chattahoochee., for pet measures and the fact thai' Discovery which quickly and perfectly He names the following witnessesto JACKONVILLE Fla.

*'example. sensible people 'will' look Hunt Harris of Kef W-eat. who killed cured me." Prompt relief and sure prove his continuous residence upon

'i\f'I. ,with .suspicion upon all verdicts 'arrived the bill Is a son-in-law of ,Dn;'J.,'T. cure for coughs colds, sore throat, and cultivation of said land viz:, Chase <5s, ,Hey: Agents f

to;:; at by a Jury that has on one coy Porter the State health officer, who bronchitis etc. Positively prevents J. T. Davis F. !L Brown .S. A. Belcher ",1.

-t. caslon already shown Itself Incapable; .Is generally supposed to have a hand pneumonia. .Guarantees at an drug and E. C. Gaunt all of Miami Fla. BROWN & MOODY, STOCKTON & BRADFORD)

,' of dealing oat Justice .with an Impar in the Insane asylum report shows gists. Price BOc and f U; Trial bottle W. 0. Robinson Cutler Little River.

.; lira hand, and whose motives may, that there are wheels within wheels free 5-19-6t Register.

f',therefore. Justly; be looked upon ,with in. Tallahassee. '' off

.:.!f ,more, or less suspielons = 'As an,,offset ,to 'the"good bills lost, Jlcatlon. NOTICt: OF EXECUTRIX.

should' never be.; fol'lOtren'that tf the State will doubtless be loaded Department of the Interior. Miami Bottling Works

public, institutions of this. State down with a law prohibiting Sunday Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. All persons concerned will take notice

....,;,'are' defective their condition, must baseball:rand 'one more county-tha May 22. 1905. that six months after date I win WALL & DICKINSON Props.

to a certain extent be ,attributed .to of St. Lncle-has been'added to the Notice is hereby, given that the fol-- present my final accounts and vouch

as; the failure of past legislatures to 1 lisC It.:was' hoped by some that Covernor lowing-named" settler has filed! noticeof ers as executrix of the estate of John 12th Street,Near R.R., Miami, Fla r1

."..,:'=. make adequate provision for.- their Broward would veto the bill,dl his Intention to make final proof J. Hayden late of Dade County deceased a

}':; 'equipment and maintenance.' Bricks Tiding Brevard county upon the same in support of' his claim and that said to the County Judge of said Manufacturers ef

scan not'be.'made,without straw, and ground as that upon which his veto of proof will be made before John B. county and pray for my final dischargeas

,'f the Board of State Institutions"cannot the first Jacksonville'charter bill was Rellly; U. 8. Commissioner at Miami executrix of said estate.FLORENCE All Knds ,of

in Justice fairly be held account, ballecf-D&mel that all such questions Fla, on July.8. 105, viz.: Daniel )(. : P. HADEN '"

able' for.conditions forced' upon It by may safely be relegated to the Roberts. or. Homestead, ,Flag Hi Executrix I Estate of J. J. Haded. De- Soft yjjnfanwi $ i :

our legislative body. people. But it was not to be' and It 29912, for the northwest quarter'section f ..,

The Governor's message, conveying U quite possible'that he win '*1.0 ignore 25, township 56 south range II eeued. 1-1f.Cm ;;JUtU "' .t':An leers Ort-of-Ttwa Ortet SoBotU*
January 12. IMS. ,, .. ,
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the reply of the Board names'the \
of State
In.titutlons this same principle of home rule east. He following wlnesses

"' '. to the charges made by',the and local eelf-government in the ease to prove his 'continuous res-
,
yt committee that visited the, lassie ofthe Sunday basenaH bIlL dence upon and cultivation.'-of said M5PEPSIA CORE

asylum; seems to have been resented 'The last week of the session wasanything Ian,!?viz: 0.
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: :' 'by the Legislature, less for Its substance but an edifying one and It I D, C. Brown of Perrine., FI,. '''''DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT ?"
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than tor its' form.: But if the Is, certainly a highly. significant commentary L IL Brown: of Miami, Fla. v :
O 't1.00ben.m: -. 216....".....I......kYaaiasNt __
Legislature 'Justified in 'complaining 'upon our "free Institutions 'c. D. Jenkins of Miami Fla. I' j? -s : rtt-i. a v ns LUOUTMV es tE.

t' of the language In which that' that a general feeling of relief shouldbe ,G. W. Kosel. of Homestead Fla.2to77 'I "" C. DeWZTT COMPANY. CUXCACXV.2-

message was "couched," why may'Dot i experienced at the adjournment of 6- W, 0..ROBINSON, '

;y the Governor and his cabinet, be Jns-: the, Legislature the, .chosen\ repre ,Register. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200, year Calendart.


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J. W. SANDERS {
I W. M. BURDINE'S//
Within the next few days there will IN THE TOILS
appear calls for bids for the erectionof
IN JAIL HERE the new three-story building of the ,
Dade County Title Insurance and }:
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Trost Company. which it is the Inten- !

\ Ucn of the company to hare built du Information was received here Wednesday handsome stores at 316 and 318, ;
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log the summer and ready for occupancy afternoon that the auxiliary

Brought From Irwinsville, Ga. by early &''- I sloop yacht Jeannette owned by Hood '
I The plans of the building, as prepared L Isaacs. and which sllped out of port 12th St. will be aglow next week

= ,By Sheriff Frohock.I I by Arrhlrect DeGarmo and accepted i some two weeks or more ago, alter W

by the company, show a most she had been fined by the customhouse
with some of the handsomest bar- :
attractive structure and probably the authorities and forbidden to

most beautiful and ornamental block leave the dock had been captured at y

; Joseph W. SaD.lera. charged with in the city It will be located at tne Beaufort. S. C, by the revenue cut gains THAT CAN BE HAD HEREIt

the embezalement of money and Tain- corner of 12th and court streets, witha ter Forward.
able from if. E. Crnber. hardware frontage of 120 feet on the latter ; Details of the capture are not known
-- of West Palm Beach to "the and 42 feet on 12th street but it is said that the Forward.Capt
dealer will not take a "well filled purse" to do shopping at this popularstore, for !.,
extent of eereral thousand dollars ii The building will be three stories I H. M. Broadbent. was enroute to Nor .
st 'now a prisoner In the Dade county high and will have solid brick walls folk for repairs to her boilers when we, have lowered the price range to such a "little thing" that nobody

e Jail;this city and will be held as such and fancy stone ornaments. The the captain received Information that need go without seasonable goods for summer wear '
until legal proceedings are taken for ground floor will contain four large I the Jeannette was comng Into Beaufort

bis release: on ball or otherwise. rooms, one of which win be used by I and te laid there with the result, *

; ) The public are familiar with the the company for conducting Its business I that the badly wanted .yacht walked All this week we have been
while the other three will be
(details of this case and the arrest of Into his trap. "'
for renting purposes, two, fronting on Jeannette has gatheringREMNANTS
Mr. Sanders several days ago at Fltsgerald. The capture of the
court and one on lth:! streets. al *
y Ga. Sunday night Sheriff FroR caused quite little speculation among @
lock left for Irwtnnf ie. where he The second floor win be devoted entirely local boatmen as to the outcome of

was confined: to take the prisoner into for offices and the plan shows the case and the general opinion la
4' custody ,and ,brine him back to this fourteen well ventilated and large that Uncle Sam Is going to make the
county' for triaL He had but four suites with bath and other conveniences punishment pretty heavy and make
easily accessible, while the third commands wish ;
hoars In that place and left there Monday those violating his
the floor will be made into a lodgeroom. they had never owned or been Identified
st Miami Tuesday,
reaching '
lone and continuous riding putting the preparation of this floor especial with a boat, and the usual price for this. .k ( .
pains have been taken. The lodge or It will be remembered that the Jeannette {
J., the officer somewhat to' the baa.though'hIs v 1 same goods has been from 10 :
assembly room win occupy about half which was built In this city last '
stood the trip exceedingly 1
prisoner r
cents
yard to 60
r a as high as
yelL of the floor space, ,while the other summer by Messrs. Hood and leases J
win be devoted to a banquet ban paraphernalia was granted a special yachting license, cents. The remnants consist
Od a Metropols representative
Wednesday
room and other apartmentssuch which meant thatTshe. could, be nsea of a large of lawns
called on Mr. Sanders In variety "
aa are required by secret societies. by her owner for prvate yachting _
the county jail He occupied one Of Swisses in patterns. .
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many
purposes only but In violation of this .
entrance
the large cells on.the left of the -
The qulldlng will be moden In every license It Is alleged that the owners '
: and was comfortable In a hammock The price yard during next week commencing Monday will be just
detail and with a design both Inviting announced and run an excursion! to per I

x Be was that: rather had been reticent prorlded ana for,at him.first and attractive. The cots win border, the wrecked steamer Alicia. For this exactly one half. If you want to make a pretty and stylish waist, now is your :
it is believed close on to 25.000 and offense a fine of $230 was assesae2'
is refused to hare anything to say relative opuortunity to get the material. ,
S work -.on its erf'C.'Uon'1Ii11 begin as against the boat The fine was not
his arrest
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y soon thereafter u the contract shan paid and the yacht remained at the
,i A general conversation, then followed have been let and the builder can get Royal Palm dock under the direction
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ea' in which Mr. Sanders told of things In a condition to go to work. of the'collector of customs. Silk Petticoats to close out Here are a few irresistable, unap- ar

.a his arrest at Fitzgerald. He denied When completed the building win Some two weeks or more ago the paoachable and price slaughtering '

that, he -had resisted arrest as report- be most Inviting In appearance and an collector of this port, alleges that Mr. We have the following silk petticoats bargains that will save you from 25c ;
W. He said he had read In the Atlanta ornament to that part'of the city in Hood, one of the owners of the boat, that will be sold at
remarkably dollar here. These
papefa" of Mr. Chllllngworth's which It Is to be located. and the promoters took her from the dock and attem.t.ed up on every spent
presence In' that city the purpose of the enterprise are to be com- to leave port. She was overhauledand low figures. Look them over and are a little soiled and are to be moved
of the same, and knew that his arrest mended their push and pluck Inputting will .
upon brought back to a pomt near the you agree irith us. at the following prices
was to: come. He was sitting In a up such a structure.. mouth of the river where she went yC,,
drug store when two officers came In aground and to her 3 black silk petticoats that were 1 lot of white bedspreads, sold for 7
prevent being $4.00
e One of them pinned his arms behind LEGAL PAPERS. 5.50for. .... . .. .. "Sc, now .. 60c
moved again the collector took off "" r
certain
him. and not' knowing that It was .a* black 1 silk, that were 7.50, 1 lot ot white bedspreads sold for
I parts of the machinery though tor . . . .. . .$5.50" $ 151cbaneable
Indication cf his arrest he.threw him i 150. now . .. ..,...... ...
deed Robert S. Peacock
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t off and he fen backwards. With that I and wife to Joe. H. Day for $COO I make no further attempts to take the 7.50, for. r.. .$J J
the other ofllcer, covered him' with a I lots 1 to 15 inclusive. block 42. New yacht from .
port
t I A line of assorted 'in linen
large designs x
.r revolver.. He then realized their mission Blscayne., : This was where the collector got <
e and gave.-.1thoat'rea1ltance.. Warranty deed Sarah K. McGahey 0 I fooled. Next morning the Jeannette scarfs for side boards, dressers and parlor '
"How much are you short.with.Xr.Grnberr and husband to Mary M. Woodson for and Mr. Hood Bathing SuitsA
t' were gone, and later : stands. 25 per ct. off. Prices in plain figures ;r
was asked. $5 and other considerations, three- In the day they were reported u having
t About: 150.00; not offer' that&DI01UIt. fourths of an acre In section '25, tp. passed Jupiter. That Is the last dip in the cool salt ocean will give t y

and I stand ready to make It' S3. south, range 41 east. seen or heard ot the yacht and her you new life and of course you need No need of using but the best t
good"'was the reply. Warranty deed Perrtne Grant Land foxy, owners until the report of their when ,
Further this Mr.Sanders would Co. to Col O. Boas for $100. lot 3.
not dlscons the case at Issue except block 30. Perrtne. that the boat and owners an self out making one when we sell Special cut on all linen, huck.damask;

to assert that there was a,concerted Warranty deed.' Maurice A. Scott In custody the question craw wait them so cheap. fringed and hemstitched towgls.
to .effort >y others la the'emploJ of Mr and Mary B. Scott to J. D. Flnley for win be done with them? There Is ,
Grnber to get him into trouble, for byso $30,000 east 0IIebalf'or lot 33. and already fine of $230 against the boat; Those tUt sold 1 for 150 will go 10 down 25 cent quality 20c25c

@ doing they would raise themselves I aU of lots 14, ie.IT and 18. block 118. for attempting to take. her from this atTbose. : ..... ....$2.00 tor .' .. ........ . .... '
,t 1 In his estimation and obtain promo Miami '- port another one can be assessed! that sold for 3 50 ..mn 12 dozen 35 cent quality .

,floss '* Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land while the act of taking: her from, port; at . .. . ...: .'. ..:.. .....$150 One for lot fiftI. 'cent quality' i; : '" ...... : i

I hare engaged Mean G. G.Carrie Co to Chas J. Montgomery for $175 after being ordered not to Tho e that old for 5.00 will 50: $1 75 for . ,40c
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and W.",L Metcalf: represent me, Jots 14 and 15. block 17. Miami also admlssable punishment Punishment One lot eighty-fire; cent quality-t

: said Mr. Sanders, "and I shall waive .Warranty deed Chat H. Lum and In such eases Is usually Imposed for . . . . >60c
dOur
a preliminary examination and prepare wife to Richard Carney for $1, 13.20 In the shape of a One or fines, 5 and 10 ctMtt counters have M
far final trial" acres In section >4.tp. 53, south, range whch are held against the boat and lu
q This was,tie extent; or the gist ot 42 east default .of which payment It-Is confiscated received a new iH-ortmcnt for next One dozen linen carriage robes .

I the conversation, the defendant hem Warranty deed. R. E. Watson et ux and sold but the law allows week. Some good vellum uro found sold everywhere for one dollar, we sell "
-J guarded In his remarks or replies to to N. M. Barney for 1300. all of lot punishment by Imprisonment along
these counters. t'e them. them for 75
on cents.
x t' to make a'hard fight,to clear south side now used u a right of Jeannette are alleged to have given M
himself of the charger against him. way. the government considerable trouble MAY ANTON PATTERNS FOR JUL.Y HAVE BEEN RECEIVED

:r Ho date has been set for a preliminary Warranty deed. G. A. Johnson and and so openly and boldly defied! and
,g -examination but ft' win probably beheld husband to W. E. Terwflllger; for $2,600 violated their orders. It Is the general

c 'one day this week when his attorneys lots 8, 9, and 12. block 16. Robbins, belief here that ,the fines against the W. M. Burdine
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win likely appear for him Graham and CbUUngworth subdivis boat win be Increased and the owners
tt waive examination and ask that bond Imprisoned for their conduct

'; be fixed for the release of their client ion.Letters patent. State of Florida to The Jeannette win probably be 316-318 Twelfth Street Miami Florida

pending trt 1.* M. W. C. C. L.HuddJeltou. ,
t C. Rogers DeGarmo brought back to this port as win also
Tor .the present Mr Sanders-wffl be A W..Graham and H.Ver- the owners providing the)government -- I

+i made as comfortable as possible by non Prlce-W Uama. Incorporators of authorities decide to seek their punishment .
Sheriff Troboek. and his .deputies, I the Dade County Real Estate Improvement for the offenses com DItteecl. rendered several stlecttors btfare the and wreath walls Praline Moore,. Ost*"<

], .though It la thought he win be able Company ,with a capital] and the outcome of the east war be PRETTY WEDDING bridal party arrived. This occurred Bower girl waa attractive ta white i rt
.: to give bond in.any sum required. of $25.000 watched with Interest at I o'clock and to sweet strain ofa with pink ribbons.
a! _-_- Warranty deed. T. J. Backus and bridal chorus from Lohengrin the From the church the bridal party
-i JIi( The marriage of Mr. George Glen wife to Chas DeGarmo for. $668.67. The' British schooner Hattle Darl WEDNESDAY EVE I bride and groom filed Q tie aisle, returned to the home of the bride

Strohm to Miss Leila Anthony wu one hundred and twenty acres In sec. lug Capt rhoui.va. cans Into port side by aide, followed by little Miss mother. Mrs. C. I*. Tatea on J.Ynue

v soles th.ed last Thursday 'In Palm 8, tp. 54, south, range 41 east yesterday with twenty or more passengers Pauline Moore as flower girt B and Eighth street, but later wen
,ksi Beach, the home city of the'contractIng Warranty deed.'Truman, J., Backus the majority of them colored Surrounded by relatives and Mends I At the altar the couple were met by driven to the train and left for their #

e pullet Miss .Anthony la.a slater and wife to W.B.DeGarmo for $866.67. and a quan'Sty of fruit'consisting of In the midst of a profusion of decorations I Rev. Dr. W. W. rails, pastor of the future home la Tampa. The bride S-

t of Messrs. A. P. and J. R. Anthony one hundred and twenty acres In sec. oranges, banana. limes sappadillcs, and bowers of choice roses and I church and the ceremony performed a young' woman wen and favorably

,"t1r.'w. are, .wen known la this city 8. tp. 54. south range 41 east etc. The Hattie'Dartln'came[ Into the flowers a very pretty wedding was solemnized that plighted two hearts and two tutus known baa many good qualities aad
"11?.:"40.'" .Ixaviag. large Interests here She Is a Warranty deed, Ceo. Mangos et ax. bay late yesterday afternoon but got Wednesday afternoon at six as one. The ring service wu has endeared herself to many by a
\::) 'most attractive J'OIIDC'woman.,' possessing to R. E. Chafer for $5.00 and other considerations aground this side of the Cape and remalned'fast o'clock at the Presbyterian church. used and during the few Impressive sweet and lovable d1IIpo Uoa. The
[\"" many charming trata'of character lot of land 81x90 feet, bore until this morning when The contracting parties were Miss momenta of the service the low sweet groom Is one of Tampa's rising young '

;. I .... Mr. Strohm Is one of the leading buff- Warranty deed, W. D. Cash and wife the city. The passengers wera removed Mr. William C. Hawley. of Tampa. lee Me. pealed from the organ sweeter bride are the best wishes of the public
!f! ness men of West' Palm Beach. He to S. C. Lawrence for $4.000.. eighty last night by orders of the hesltb For the occasion the church bad and better than ever before while of Miami extended.

't has large'property.Interests In Miami acres In section 34, tp. 53, south range officer and Immigration office and been appropriately and elaborately at the conclusion Mendelssohn's wed Capt. Enoch Ross and danghterMlss

'and other portion of the county.and 41 east were brought up to the city on the decorated In ferns Tines and flowers ding march rang out clear and distinct Julia left yesterday for Key West

counts his friends' by, the score an of Warranty deed K. F. :Martin and Lady Lou. They are an seeking their and It presented both an artistic and where they will take aboard a"renU.III&D .
whom will join In extending- heartiest wife to Martin Joye. for $7500. lot fortunes In ,the United States and desire attractive appearance. The organ The bride was pretttlly attired In and go on a cruise of tea day

4-, congratulations. block 76. Cutler. to become subjects of Uncle, Sam. ; was presided over by :Mr. Joyner. who white silk en train with bridal vent J or more.

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Raymond Bockee leaves Saturday
t R B. Gautier left Tuesday on a President W. M. Brown, of the Ft. :
rla the Clyde Line from Jacksonville :
business trip to Jacksonville, Tallahassee Dallas National Bank is now a Free M.r .
far Hartford Conn where he goes to t
and other points. and Accepted Mason, he having been
take a course In physical culture. He
Initiated in ttit: order a few nights
rffl be north all summer.
Military Bounty Land Warrants! ago at Titusvllle. t

Wanted- Will pay $5.00 for telling g.
Wanted-Japanese plum or loquat
who has whether I buy It or who has been .
% seed. Wilson ft Flye. fiT me one Mr. John Hedgers, ,

not. R. K. Kelley, Kansas City Mo. taking a theological course at Stetson '.

University DeLand returned home for
J. A. Lasslter and Mr. Lofton of
Y Mrs. R. S. Trnslow, who has been summer last night, much to the pleasure Wish to thank their numberless .
the firm of Lofton t Elnig. will .leave
spending the past several months at of his many friends, who are gladto
for a cruise of a week or ten days on
Cocoanut Grove, leaves tonight for again have him with them.
the lower East Soast. They anticipate
Keyser, W .Ya. to spend the summer customers For their = .
a good'time and big catches of fish. generous patronage x
=- before returning here again next falL Mr. C. W. Gardner of this dty.who

f?' V 11.. Bradleyi srtfflsen for aQ crops.J. fills the responsible position of cashier :e
It is said that.the Bcnner Schooner at the Royal Palm Hotel In the winter during their big stock tak= '
., J:. Lammas, Agent
_ Line Company ...hlch proposes to has gone'to Hotel Continental

run vessels into this port, have secured Atlantic Beach, near Jacksonville,

;well Mr.known and Mrs.here: ,A. left P Anthony West ,Palm both permission and will build their where he will fill a like position durIng ing sale last week and to sag they

landing against the Brickell wall just the summer. .
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t" for
Biach'1aat Thursday morning
Inside the mouth of the river. _.- '
.Washington,- Ga, where they, will are still leaders in Women's Furnishings q
spend the' summer with relatives. Dr. N. S. Bnrnham. of West Palm

t The refuse being removed from the Beach who moved down to this city ij

new ship channel by the P. Sanford yesterday from West Palm Beach to
I Blacayne cod the newest deUcaey.US. '
Ross dredges Is now being dumped On make Miami his future home and practice .
at Wllsoa I'b '
the east side of the channel off Norris his profession, is moving into

Cut., It is loaded* on barge by' offices secured In the Metropolis build- 12th St., Cor. Ave. C, MiamiBtirdine
a' Dr.Rush reports the following births
the dredges and towed to the place of ***
y la the last week: To Mr. and Mrs. II 'i
deposit by the tug Bmsstar.
i Spencer Lysle.; a girl; to Mr. and Mrs. .
A most delightful reception was tendered
F. Joe English, a boy and to Mr. and Mrs. .
Mr. A. B. Cron, one of the largest at the residence of Mrs. Edwin '

e.2 YA, Creesy, ; a girl, realty holders In Miami who has been Nelson last Thursday by the ladles of I

here for the put several months, left the First M. E. Church to Mrs.Toung. & Quaftermaii
If yet want fertilisers consult J. X.Laaun&s. .
last night for his home in Edwards- who leaves In a few days for her home. ,
agent for CM old reliable
+' eMr vine. Ini, where he will spend the In North Dakota. The reception proved : .
Bradley goods summer with relatives. Mr. Cron will enjoyable In many ways and' was ; I

return to Miami In the fall. largely attended. .
: W. x.;, Metcalf one of West ,
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In the city Tuesday attending the r
-i.t iwai date tells of the death of Lorenzo is all smiles today, and the
/11. regular monthly meeting of the Board '
( Blackstone In New York City Mr. cause is the receipt .of a telegramthis i

J'of County-Commissioners of which I Blackstone lived at Ojns in. this county morning telling him that he is

: 't. body:he, Is, the' legal advisor. 'i for some time, then moved to heir to a bouncing little glrlwho made I RACKET STORE TALK I

,f>' Cuba and afterwards back' to New her appearance to Mrs. Cohen at her
Aetna dynamite and sappnes for.
York. night
parents home In New York last

,ale by Lnmmns A.SeweO. Mother and child are doing well.
.
,it, Mrs. T. N. Gautier, accompanied by We present here a list of articles and prices. The articles we

-' ,The tJ. a & Hydrographer. Captain her little children, left last night for Mr. Adolph Karros, of Long Branch, the
from guarantee; the prices are lowest considering the quality
arrived In
Monday
Rosa port Palatka and other northern :
points in the N. Y.who is now lying In MrJ J. P.

; Key-West. The,Hydrographer, Is on part of the State. Before returnIng O'Reffly's house on Eleventh street
1:1"+-iaer" way to New York, after having Meadow Sweet Toilet Soap 2 for. .5c Crystal Im'tion Cutglass Bern Set 75c
to Miami Mrs. Canter will visit near the Halcyon Hall is having a
_ F' made w hydrographlcal surrey' of the her old home In Kentucky She will fine large residene built on Fifth Good 1nkTablet..t. 5c Large decorated opal Syrup PlIelzer22c {,

!. South Atlantic, Coast spend the greater portion'.of the summer street corner of Avenue B. Contractor Xo. 2. all Brass Lamp Burner. . 8c Large fancy shape Botcl Pitcher 1.15

.." 1 in the:. North.. A. W. Graham has charge of the No. 2 Lamp Chimney . ... 8c Men's Undershirts, .

"'i) Bradley ,furU lien an tie bIIIt. work. Tin Dinner Plates, set 6. . . 45c Heavy 16x36 Turkish . '\oe
For sate by' J. B. LMU ,'Miami.-- e
Charles Banes, white, charged with y.

", Acheson' being a fugitive! from justice and who The large launch Katie, formerly awarship's Re ember w* rfo mot pretend t. fcs.dte'caep,Orgy grade :
and little
Alfred.
Mrs.
Unwanted
by the St. Johns but
county authorities power tender, for.leftl'o
., MirtisadiHi Csaysrt ....
: jMGty prk.ls.pwt.sl
of West irrtved In the
.daughter; Key ,
on a charge of aggravated u- al years past' attending the United
+ city this morning' and wffl 'remain sault, was arrested I
Tuesday by Deputy States fleet In Pensacola bay as a .
here with her' husband, Mr. Acheson, Sheriff Gore and placed In the bum-boat, came Into port yesterday Large Line of Laces and Embroideries :j
the
:who Is among principal pineapple county JaIL An officer .
Is
expected to :en route to New York. She carries a

+' ,glowers oa the, keys. arrive here tonight from St. Angus- crew of four men and la a stavnch and

tine to take him In custody seaworthy craft.Beginning \ W. EC. Ottadll db 5ion.
e" 'Writing tablet. sad stationery for Prop.

'sale at'J. B. Sererea'S -drug store Mrs. A. S. Tatnm left last Monday I tomorrow the Florida h

f. evening for Orlando where the will !East Coast Railway will operate until

.. Ifs- .u4 Mrs. B. C. ''Tonsey wit visit her.daughter for several week, i further notice on the Homestead division -
On Thursday afternoon Justice Last Saturday afternoon Theo The officers of the United States
N start for the North about June 15th, '
.to be two or three months. Mr.T'ouaey after which she will go to Tampa to "of the road but. one 'train a Hill with the authority vested In his dore Moore celebrated his ninth birthday (geodetic survey steamer, Hydrograpa-

gone remain for some time.1rIth htr I Jft. day each way, leaving Miami at 8 office united In marriage Mr. W. 8. by entertaining a number of his er, which came Into port Tuesday
has
1'R In the developed of a paying property Mrs Tatnm will be accompanied ts o'clock In. the morning 'and returning Ashley and Miss Bertha Rodgers .Of friends and playmates at his parents' and which Is engaged la making a map
the Cocoannt'Grove'
vicinity new far u Jacksonville with her Mr. leave Ilomertead at 1 and arriving
son home oa Avenue B. The evening of the
..station.He Pompano. The young couple, accompanied navigable streams of the south
railway B. B. Tatnm. who expects to return at Miami at :: :30 o'clock the same
of the was most delightfully spent" by the Atlantic coast for
busy by the parents a recompilation of
bas bad'a'very' year ano1 will home.on Wednesday or Thursday of afurcooo. also several Uttie folks In cameand refreshments the coast pilot book
return early In the fall to' abstract this week. I the young lady and are, busy today
from county friends came down In the morning which were abundantly furnished and taking soundings and platting the bay.
dollars
Dade
it more soiL
Plans are being: snbirlrted totay fora secured the license and were enjoyed. One of the features of the The coast pilot will embrace an.
An agent of the Cuban railroad tie: thousand dollar! residence for
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} made one. evening was a birthday cake decorated waters south of Norfolk and the officers .
I} Wanted 10 ,mea la each State to''traTe !which had a large complete Iron Mr., 8. M.'Titnuj. cf J.. H. Tatum A with nine candles, each representing have finished all work oa the
!, tack signs and distribute same bridge aboard the wrecked Tho'resldcnee"wlfl
steamer Co.. of ih's city.
a year In the life of the little host southern coast except Blscayne Bay
{ ples and circulars of,our goods' Sat- Alicia, came over Saturday afternoon be built of stone red will contain seven Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Smith of Chapel and after completing the here

,, .art, $75.00. pr month.. $100 per day i fromHavana, and Sunday went to "rooms. Iho site .- :l be 'on ,the Hill N. C.. are In the city visiting several days hence the vessel survey will

,toe expenses Knhlman Co, Dept, S,'; the wreck for the purpose of seeing west side of the Miami river: which Mr. Smith's cousin Mrs. John S. demon Mrs Chas Sommers, Mrs Frank ceed: to Washington. The Hydrograph pro

Atlas building Chicago.Mr. :, just' what condition the vessel Is In Ii known as RivenlCf.; The bn'HIag *, at S04 Avenue B. Mr. Smith Is Sommers. Mrs Shultt and several er Is commanded by Capt. W. B. Proctor -, 'H
others to the beach In
and to ascertain whether or not there will face east on the riyrr ama will an old passenger conductor oa the went Tuesday and outside of a full

E. .L. White, one of, this city's Is any chance of getting the brfd be the beglnnlr:; of Improvements! Southern Railway, and he and his wife the vicinity of the House of Refuge and of officers, carries a crew complement of tweltt .

wen known eltzens,'was a passengei' If there Is not the railroad company that are to follow la that section of are delighted with* Miami and this section succeeded In turning a 400 pound tnt three men. '+

r"" o n the, 'DorthbouDd''traID Monday wants tor order another at once, but the city of Florida and think Miami the tle and locating: a nest containing two

his to'his old home In If It be In I hundred eggs Turtle are reported
Be was on way can gotten a reasonable nicest, neatest and most pleasant little
r Florida :where he to' time, they will wait this quite numerous on the beach now and
1 Quincy, expects on one. Albert Kaufman the photographer: city they have ever visted. Mayor Ceo. G. Carrie, the genial
number of immense fellows have
ti spend the summer months Mr.Whlte with his family, moved to Miami on a and popular of
mayor West Palm
faas not been In the best of health ; been captured la the ast week or so.
MrvTrank Taylor who spent tae Monday. He goes there to go Into Beach, was
A sut: In E. B. Lent vs. On the fun In this attending to professional ;
j the put few: months and be hopes greater part of last season In Miami, business and incidentally to organize @Jeetment erected moon mattrrsln Miami '

"; that with the change of air and surroundings arrived Monday from Fort Lander a .band of which he win be leader F. W. Wharton a4 Manry Jane Him month It Is that a great number In town the Monday. While

'A.. Us health will be much 1m- dale*where he has been looking'after and Instructor. He has been assureda son, was filed In the clerks office of of these monsters of the deep will a very pleasant mayor paid calL the Metropolis +

r '.r.'proved. "' the marketing 6f the crop of the'Everglade salary of $50 a month and will have the circuit court this morning Another be taken.' Informed us that there was Mr aot Carrie the

Fruit Co, of which be Is musicians from suit entered today was one for
a member. some seventy whichto slightest doubt that West
>Money loss Improved property. Mr. Taylor left for Boston oa 'select hit organisation. We wish asjrampsit damages $%.000, by the E. Postmaster H. C. Budge and family would build a large hotel Paint Beaca

43. 8. Amsden, Cocoannt Grove or Tuesday, where lie win be Joined him and his family much success. O. Painter Fertilizer Company.against moved back to the -city yesterday present summer and that It during would the b.

O.' Price.'Miami. by Mrs.Taylor and his children. He Tropical Sun. the Osceola Fruit and VeptableGrowera' from Soldier Key, where they have ready for easiness by January L Thla
Fort Dallas National -
Association. }
expects to return here again In' the been rusticating for the put month. Is the hotel project In which Dr. J. j

After an absence of.,atxteea yean, fall as he.is very much Impressedwith Owing to the demand for more Bank .I11fahM. Mr. Budge Is greatly improved la M. Munyoa.the Philadelphia mfflloa-

.c John Seybold. the wen known' Itth this section ud particularly with room and the cramped condition of health several pounds heavier In sire Is interested In. The site oa

Street baker.'Is returning.to-his native KlImL'Me..ra..Ch the Miami Public School and the limited Saturday I afternoon Nellie, the lix.rearold weight, feels like a fighting cocknd which the hotel is to berected Is aa

home la Germany to'TIalt his accommodations for the High daughter of Mr. and Mrs says he never felt better or had less Ideal one fronting on Lake Worth

parents and friends he, left 'there Gage L. B.' Wit School department the school board Frank Sommers, celebrated the event In his life. "No going away for the adjoining the city park and directly

t when a boy.' Mr. Seybold left Miami hams G. P. CaD and WDl Corpe dvtlengineers'who has decided to build a temporary by entertaining a number of her l\t-\ summer for me when I can spend In front of the large Palm Beach ho-
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r Saturday night oa 'the steamer Mar have been at work for structure on the school lot, the same tie friends at the parents' home, corner such a delightful and beneficial time I tels. lIr. Lurrle says that with this

;;( ;Unlque for-Havana u.which pt.eehe: the put several months on the survey to contain two class rooms, one 30 by of Avenue J and Fourth street as I have jnst enjoyed within a few''('I hotel project an assured fact and that
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,.;: ,., all take passage oa a steamer 'for of the proposed extension of the Floe.Ian 40 feet and the other 20 by 40 feet. Games characterized the aftern. .'1 miles of my borne anj place of busi with the drainage of the muck lands

'" New York'and from there cross the East Coast Ran way to Key West, The building will be erected -duringthe pleasure 'while refreshments were ness. Coney Island Rockaway and west of that town also assured for

? :crest pond. Mr. Seybold expects to having finished their part of the work, summer and will be ready for use served In abundance, and It was late the mountains are not one two, three the summer, things are beginning to

be absent about two months la all before came.up to the city yesterday'aboardthe at the beginning of the next school In the afternoon when the- pleasures with It," says Budge, and he Is a capable lookpretty bright for the Cottan .

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tiro "UNDER\TWO FLAGS. NEW COUNTY ROAD. INTERESTING MEETING. | CAMERONBIELBY.. HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCE.To .

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1 Ion EigeaU bdnrford.= I Military Drama to be Presented by From Lantana West to Lake Oabom.1 Of Ladles' Afternoon Club Held Yes Popular Miami Minister Weds an' Attractive Be Erected: by ,W.:W. ,Proof Otv

Miami ,Rift... advocated by M.' B. tsrday Afternoon.An DsLand Belle.Themarriage Tenth Street ,
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The largest attendance of any in Mr. M. B. Lyman. of Lantana one e
'MrsXaura Eugenia Rutherford (see i of Rev. Dwtght Cam
y some time turned'out Friday er at of Dade county's" most substantial interesting and Instructive
Dugger) was ban In PeteraburL Va, unusually eron and Miss Violet Blelby was solemnized .
the.regular weekly, drill of Company and progressive citizens arrived in meeting of the Ladles' At OnMonday gthe Miami Contractl
January .. 182S, was married to T. at the Episcopal church on Co. commenced the work of
; "L, Miami RMes,.snd were thoroughly the'city Tuesday 'and spent tefuoon Club held afternoon. > laying:
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A.. Rutherford In 1849. and died, at evolutions was Thursday noon in the presence of only the foundation for a handsome two t
rF la and tactics
drilled by the day .here. The object; of Mr. : A large number of memberswere ,
Stuart. n.Ka.nh: 23. 1905. She"was! 'omcers'of the most intimate friends of the eon. story residence for Its president. Mr, .
Captain Jandon' and : the Lyman's. visit was to appear before the present and the afternoon mostenjoyably
the mother of -three children' only trading parties and it was' a
company. board of county commisBoiners a: very W. W. Front, on the corner of Tent' ,
'one'surviving her, V. A.Rutherford, spentRealxlag pretty one. says the DeLaad Record. street and Avenue A-
Previous to returning to the armory their meeting that day and endeavor to the need of a recording
of Miami Fla.: the Bishop.Gray assisted by Rev.Bre.w- The residence will cost about $10.
the competitive drill was held get county to< assist his section secretary the by-laws of the club
u Met Rutherford was a- lady of many and the'medal won by Private Gibson In building a road from the Lantana were so amended, as to create the of ster performed the marriage seremony. -. 000 will be colonial, in design and<<
her musical culture bride's maid/ Miss
accomplishments; The was fourteen
contain rooms. There wilt
of Cocoanut Grove. Later a business station west to Lake Osborn,a stretchof flee. Mrs. A. J. Kolb and Mrs. Card ?
u being of'a high order. It was a session was held at.which Professor about two miles. ner, were the candidates, but Mrs WHIoughby. Rev- Mr. Harrison, of be a porteochere on the east aide; c
delight to her'to entertain her friends Georgia, was' the grooms best 'man. The porch columns win extend from
& Han addressed the company relative Mr. LjTflan Informs us that the land Gardner grsrtotwly withdrew. and 4
4 =and htq were: many'and'[ deepty attached to putting on the military Jrama department>of the F. E. C., Railway' Mrs. Kolb wes unanimously elected and Miss Stulti presided at the organ the floor to the roof of the'buU41ac;

to hGr. Her conversational "Under Two Flags," for the. benefit has Just,,completed the grading of to the omee. .. &ad. when. completed.: the resUencr 4
; :'atDlty was rarely equalled and In her proposition I Mr. sad Mrs. Cameron left on the will be among the most attractive oa i
of the armory fund. 'The this road at an expense of about $400, It was decided that certain new ,
'aU' charmed with ,her for Tennessee, where
train
o'clock
-odetl' were 2 ,that street
met with the appro"t of ;the com- and that the ralway company has books shall be purchased for the IIbr&l'J' ?
gracious courtesy.. I the will be they
pany and the play wffl be rehearsed agreed to haul the rock from the pit and 'a sum of for that summer spent returning
xUT'IOI'1'OW1I entered her bsgllbut /& money In the fall to MI mIYr.Cameron's .
and'presented at an early'date.' I to the Lantana station frea; of cost purpose was voted the selection of early Huge Task.It .
her trud'In God sustained her
.. .. ,,,Following the drill In, the street, provided the county commissioners the books being left to the library home. was' a huge task to undertake th.
that she querulousor bride Is the of Mrs. +
spirit so was never The daughter
Dr. Youngs set the boys up to soda I would furnish the rock and'put In on committee and the librarian. : cure, of such a bad case of kidney }

: murmuring at the 411Peuat1OU'or and other refreshments at, his 'drug the are at the'plt.A A Interesting the Mary V. Bellby and the late Senator disease, as that of C.F.Colller of Cherokee
very paper on relation -
'ea a -God's providence She was a typical store '011 Avenue D. which was-thoroughly road undoubtedly badly needed the club should bear to the public Blelby. and Is a young woman of an i la., but Electric Bitters did it t
Southern of the old school and attractive and of -
lady personality many accomplishments
appreciated. at.this point as there are many set school was' read by Mrs. Joseph He writes:. "My kidneys were so far
all In her manifested, and the Record congratulates
presence respectful ,
tiers growing vegetables in the Lake I could not sit chair without
Challle. The well framed gone oa a
The Salve' That Penetrates.DeWlU's was
awe as well as a sincere admiration paper the groom u his good fort
Osborn section who hare no way of and afforded some good food for a cushion; and suffered from .-
Witch Hazel Salve
penetrates
;: for her. In of the fairest and
winning one
une
getting their produce to the railway though u the dreadful backache, headache, and depression \
Her earthly life closed In the home the pores of the sUn, and by Its : ; rearing of chlldren, nd sweetest flowers of DeLand. They' ;
except by hauling over a Band road. la Electric Bitters however
which followed \ ,
her antiseptic rnbifoclent and healing Influence was by a general
of granddaughter and la thecemetery both hare a large circle of friends
at Jllamt'ber'bodT- I It subdues Inflammation and With a cood'hard rock road there discussion of the bent ways for boysto whose best wishes will I found a cure. and by them was' re i j'stored
it would mean the inducement of accompany to perfect, health. I recommend '
the Joyful resurrection Coda' saints cores boils barns cuts, eczema, tet spend their.vacation employment them through life.
many more settlers td locate la that this great bole medicine to all i'
ban know In the day when He'aha ter, ringworm and an skin diseases.A I .
ll>t etc.The
which is of the'rfcbeatIn
with weak
country
one kidneys liver or atomae"Guaranteed
next of
come to be magnified 'In', ill them specific for blind bleeding and itching meeting the club.scb.eJnled Bilious Bill the sleepy dead. t

!, that love ,Him and.long. for] His ap- and protruding piles. The original the county. for the 19th. it was decided to Dearly loved to lay a-bed: by all druggists; price JOc.

g pearing. and genuine' Witch Hazel Salve Is make Into asocial picnic to the beach Couldn't wake him If you shook him;
No Secret About It.
.R. ,L. ,Honlker. made by E. C. DeWItt A Co.; and sold and the arrangements for the same When his slumbers overtook him. BLISS RESIDENCE.
I It Is no secret that tot'cut. burns
were placed In the hands of Mesdames
by the Biscayne Drug Co. Suddenly be started waking
ulcers fever sores sorer eyes bolls, Horner Russell, Kolb and Will be Rushed to Completion'by:
Deafness Cannot...... B. Cured etc, nothing Is effective Evry morn when day was
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... W H Gregg the wen known fish so as HIckBon. The picnic win be extended Whets this magic lI breaklal-I'I Contractor W. a Coates

.by' local: applications,'' as 'theT'call1lot authority, who ,spends his winters In len's Arnica Sslve. "It dlont take long Into the evening and the return made EARLY RISERS that's the answer. Last Monday W. G. Coatee tops %

: reach the diseased portion of the ear. Miami and the! Waters, adjacentwrit- to cure a bad sore I had and It is all I by moonlight The famous little pills -Early Risers- up the work of finishing the residence 'Of

There Is only one way to cure deafness lag from St. Louis says; "Ton are O. K. for sore eyes." writes D. L. i. At the meeting Monday afternoon constipation sick headache, biliousness 'I of Dr. A.. 0. Bliss of Washington

2, .and that is by constitutional remedies smiling my paper to OW.G.Grogg."The Gregory.' of Hope, texas 25c at all several changes were made In the cure et:.. by their-tonic effect on which Is being erected oa the south '

Deafness la, caused by an. Inflarfled name may possibly be a very appropriate druggists.Mr. :, memberships of various committees, the liver. They never gripe or sicken, aide of Miami river. The resUencw"'I:

condition of the mucous lining of the I one but still I will ask yon'to S. B. Aultman came up from on account of some of the members but Impart eafly' Vising energy. Good win be very similar In design to }

TUutirhttn'Tuba, When this tube Is I correct: It. Your' issue of May 24th, Miami Wednesday night to move his being unable to give their time and for children or adults Sold by the that of Mrs Helen M. Watkins on ;
Inflamed hare a rumbling sound off attention to the and duties Eleventh street, a picture of which
yon Just received and It Is a very Interesting family to that place He stopped on worn: assigned Blscajne Drug Co. *

Imperfect hearing and when it Is en one to me, as It'has InterestIng his way here at Orlando, where he : them. appeared la last Saturday's Metropo ,
tfe17.doMd deafness Ia 'the result: lis. The material being used la Dade
articles the Florida East Coast
on purchased an automobile, and had Whooping Cough In Jamaica.Mr. Mrs. J .W. Horner received the
and unless the Inflammation-can: : county rock. The building wit -con-
be Canal and the
tarpon score com
It sent to Sanford. Thursday morn- J. Riley Bennett a chemist ofBro..n' sad Intelligence last Monday of the
taken out and this tube restored to Its ." This Is but one insance of the Ing he sent his horse and buggy death of her mother, which occurred lain ten large rooms with all modem,
normal condition hearing win be destroyed esteem in which the Is convenience, and -..n cost, when
Metropolis
through the country to Sanford and Town Jamaica. West India last night In Philadelphia. Mr. '
,forerer;:nine cases oat of ten held by those'outside of the State win have both the automobile and Islands, writes: "1 cannot speak too and Mrs. Horner leave tonight for completed 11.000. *
are caused by catarrh,. which is noth who are its subscribers.
horse and buggy loaded on the same highly of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- that city to attend the obsequies.Mrs. .
lug bata'inflamed condition of the A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
car and chipped to MiamL Mrs.
Ault edy. It has proved Itself to be the
mucous surfaces. Itching blind, bleeding, or protruding
A Bad Scare. man and Miss Bottle left today on best remedy for whooping cough W. R. Anno accompanied bl'ber

We' will give one hundred dollars Some day you will gee a bad scare the noon' train for their future home.This which Is prevalent on this end of the daughter.: Mrs. Forrest Lake and piles. Druggists refund money it
for any.case of deafness (caused by when feel in PAZO OINTMEXA falls to
you a pain your bowels good family are among the pioneer globe. It has never failed to relieveIn little Santa Lake, are spending a cure any
catarrh) that cannot be,cured by Halls and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in citizens of Klsslmmee. and it Is any case where I recommendedIt month at Llthla Springs before goingon case, no matter of how long standing

Catarrh. Cure. Send for circulars, frpe. Dr. King's New Life Pills a sure cure very much regretted tbat their Interest ; and grateful mothers, after usingit to the mountains for the summer.TimesUnion. In 0 to 14 days. First application .

F, J.. Cheney Jt jCo, Toledo, O. for aU bowel and. stomach diseases can them elsewhere after their are dally thanking me for advising MrsAnno and daughter rives east and rest. SOc. If your ,

Sold by' Druggist 7Se, such as headache, biliousness, costiveness long residence here 'where they havea them. This remedy is for sale by are former ,residents of Miami druggist ban"t it. send COe In s
x, Take Hill's Family. Pills for.Consti-. etc. Guaranteed ,st'aH': drag host. of 'warm and 1oyaJ.friend.. Red Cross Pharmacy and aU medicine and their many friends wish them a and It win be forwarded post-paid by

r 1'&UoL'' .' gilts, only 25 cents. Try them. Klsslmmee_ Valley. Gazette.: dealers. pleasant Journey. Paris Medicine Co., st Louis, Mo..
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lEAST COAST CANAL BILL was on the verge of cutting his anchor > make these stores twenty-five by oae>

k HOUSEBOAT ZETO'SLast ropes several times when It hundred feet each. Mr. E. G. Sewell.

seemed that they were doomed to fo says that when this work U computed :

f a 'pie professiops VETOED BY THE GOVERNOR to the bottom. they will pat U all modem conveniences

HOUGH '''PAS ACE "The yacht Zeta left Parkersburg In order to handle and display

W. Va., last July for a pleasure cruise their large stock.

_ His Reasons for So Doing Not Assigned Though the Majority to Cuban and Florida waters and this p
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Pattuso c''Ere exception of a little trouble Dr. W. E VanUadlaiham, who recently
s Jag1TToRNEYs Committee Report Was Ignored. with the Cuban custom house officials finished his course la medlehM 5

AT LAW. Monday week the Metropolistold was the Bnt mishap of their otherwise at Baltimore and returned to UlasU.. a

diT ,111fipradlalaafeeufsstwsMreamlpeMalt.aDMeefetlsasinlotas of the arrival In"this port of the pleasant voyaav. Besides 'Captain has decided to locate Jn this dry and

/pmt houseboat Zeta, hailing from Sago Define there are aboard the practice his profession and on Monday
Miami Tues favoring the of
received In granting
Information
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Ie Grande. Cuba. The Zeta remained captain's daughter Miss moved Into nicely arranged and
P0.toass. Mtat .. Fla. time and other concessions In the digging c1-
Tallahassee I to the effect Nellie
from Demlnc. Mr. t
day and Mrs.
A. furnished offices
in port for several days and put outfor over the Bank of Bay ,
of the canals. The
minority report
P T. BXA&GS JL D. that Governor Broward has vetoed the St. Augustine Enroute it seems, Watson, of Chicago andT the engineer Biscayne at the corner of Avenue O.
was signed\ by but one commit.teemnn and steward.
: east coast canal bill which granted she encountered bad weather. Regarding Captain Demlng. who I and Twelfth street. ,
OOe wits Ito4 Cress FhumMy. and was entirely at variance ls Interested In the manpfatcure of
(Mid**** Mh street an extension of time to the promotersfor with the other and opposed the grantIng the trip the following from I .
sugar refining machinery In New York
!t I Ave C "* the St. Augustine Record Is of interest The Children's
: and Favorite
concessionsfor
ItrxifT. FLORIDA. the budding completion of of further time and : City. 1s member of the Southern

the system. the work, setting forth among Yacht Club of New Orleans and the

IL J. M. JACXSOH, JK, The causes and assigns for the veto other reasons the fact that a great "Go to.St. Augustine. get a tug or RocheUe Yacht Club of New Rochelle For coaghs. croap. "hooprnz- eougk
not given though It Is probably portion of the trip through the canals a boat to. ball us out so wean .tart
omct are N. Y. The entire crew and membersof etc. One Minute Cough Cure U Ole
: based the fact that the Governor was made at night and that the our engine
t upon the party aboard feel very grateful children's favorite. That la beca...
Horn. BiacATH* BLOCK,A TKo D consider that the canal company had :committee could not see for themselves "Leaking- bad and dragging.-Tacht to the men In the tug Hostler and the It contains no opiate la perfectly

MLUCL FLORIDA. had sufficient time to have completed what was necessary but had Zeta of New York. small dory that came out to their assistance harmless, tastes good and cures. SoW r

IAtl ts this work. to take the words of those interestedIn This was the message contained la and thereby saved their boat by the Biacayne Drug Co.

tt Is also said that Governor Brow the canals. a bottle picked up on the beach near from shipwreck.' The Florida East Coast Railway ear-\ :f

,DENTIST. ard was Influenced strongly by the This report it la believed, workeda the bar by Mr. E. P. de Medlcia early penters' and builders' caboose can*'

minority report of the canal Investigating strong Influence on the Governor Sunday morning. The blast of a distress ,
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Office ill ....n B.lMi f. o .Tvclftk in yesterday from'ap the road. a.4 '
StracUMIAMI. committee, which was appointed and was In a great measure responsible whistle had attracted Mr. de la a few days John SeweD Bra the men will da what work la neeea
few weeks from the House for his veto of the bill What
FLOD3DA. a ago Medlcls to the water's edge and the will commence work of adding twen sari her* around the railroad preaa-
and Senate to examine the cskals in the result will be can not be told '
> sight of a pleasure boat laboring lathe ty-five feet to the fear of their stores Ilea before going down the extension'

; ,H.J'.At'mISOlIi question and to formulate a report except that It will militate great det- high breakers told the cause. Joe In the Sewell block.Thfa addition will for the same put pose.

ATTORNEY'ATLAW.:? or recommendation, for action In the riment to the canal company which Sanchez who tuna the Hustler for -

Ie sad .premises had Just recently gotten down to active I George W. Corbett. and Duel Pink-

Medal, weaBsa.ln.nans. oJ eo..gretak The majority report was In accord work and the culminating of ham; who were on the beach Saturday Spec. Real Estate Bargains
X ourr rablie IB OBe
:a OBe*IB .w.U B1ill41aa., ance with those of past legislative plans laid "Yera! :years ago. evening saw the yacht, bnt did

MIAMI.. ',- FLORIDA: not pay much attention to Its plight "

_Te D R. w:. S- GRAMLCTQ, et a GREENE, AND, GAYNORGIVEN. TO until Mr.yesterday de"Medlcls morning picked containing up lbebottle !. 40 acres pine UNIMPROVED.and hammock en 19 ac..... ft year GROVEl eM trees' 1,000)' A

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for help. The.former two River ........ ....f3, oioO .
tit PaT..CLUi AVD.SVMBOV.Ornci U. S. AUTHORITIES BY CANADA I .. 0 ; hews
TSWBOJ B'I.H. then came to town with all possible : 10 sen.land ......... ......* OJO) s s.a-rj.! ,
u Ktun ( haste. ,Mr. O. W. Corbett was I inn .. ..93,90011..
15 acres land ........ !......aeoOJJO aVacre J.fe..14 ...... "OOQDI'
Hours from 9.. m.to 4 p.m. awakened and the Hostler with the ortv "
'Muir e. .Tar.GILLBSPIBBNLOl3Dentist. following on board, left immediatelyfor 22 aerea pine and prairie oa Groom. house l acres lead 100
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Famous Boodlers Will Be Extradited and Brought Back to the scene of distress: Captains railroad ......... ... .....960&00 be....... 200 ,tame treea..USOaM ,

Joe Sanchez E. C. Allen and Warren.

.,, omoiBoaxs, Stand Trial "in United States Courts. Yank and Velanclo Sanchez Duel IMPROVED rxiuis20acres ... e

UII..JlLIIII. P.II.OnJt2I11 : Pinkham an Gas VogeL Mr. Corbett 4-room'house, servant house 400 truer 180 Bearing M reek

?tJ r.Sth-at BatI41...MT Boale..I\IJ6$j.uBt.aZftlDjaiCK. then preceded by rail to the beachto road, M tI.................u...... .......... ...... ......fJUMQhN

MIAMI.FLORIDA. Montreal Jane 6. Judge La-Fon government for trial on the charge of tender what assistance he could acre' e* pine and hammech,.Set ta trees plneapplee ete AM -

commissioner I to embezzlement' and misapplying funds when Just before leaving Dr. Webb's 'land, M tlm. ............. ......., ......... ........ nOO00.SB ,
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tame, extradition
fl.w.. un.Y.D., In'th. a man handed him a second message aerea, 10 under .euttlvatlen.200 bearing trees 7-re... hetiee
dedsion of while contracting for government Improvements
I3omop t1IJ.ft.: day cave ht. case found on the' beach which. read as eat reek rod near R. R.......... .... ...... ........"..

: tIuIa Crud 'Kra. >>->,..*q M ArC the United' States.against John T. in Savannah harbor several follows: M acres lead, pint and prairie, water treat, 1,900 tree snuU ,

_I J'fi/f Eoan,s te4p.M.Sim G.rnor.and B. F. Greene committingboth years ago. After being arrested "Yacht Zeta Is leaking badly; engine house, bargain ..... ...... ...!..........t.1)Cf /

1 'FLoam&*.Tura Jars.,YiuD to extradition and ordering them they Jumped their bond and fled out of order: can keep water outa .
iX7ST&
surrender to to Canada where they have remainedever few hours: wants a tug. if can not ,.,
to' await
back to jail
JOB a; flXDERICI, since though the American JOY'erament get it soon must go on the beach. 1': E j .E 1VcOnly !1
United
..r States officers.
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CIVIL"ENGINEER'AND has made constant and re- E. W. D emtng. owner. Assistancewith
the best companies represented. Here are some of them
extradition
SURVEYOR. put decision of the commissioner peated efforts to bare them extradited. pumps and fresh men to maa

!cola'7 Public lot But it.Lam.lOAall .' PartaealuS' places, GaJDOl", 'and Greene, .,. They will now be forced before an them.: Idverpool 'Loadoa Jt Globe.. Insurance (".0. of North,.AmerieL. Flr.__ it
fund Orient. New York Underwriters, (Hartford) ilaaovtr,German AlilanosJOS.
'AAuUoa to-DtTWaa Large !rant.
II In the hands of the United States American;' court for trial. "On arriving on the beach Mr. Cor-
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: ,.' FLORIDA. bett signalled that a tug was comingto : Dc.BJxr
.. .'; subject to such,.lteratlon.l and additions their assistance. ;
: 4 H. EICHMOIti 'I
g. TO RECLAIMSUBMERGED( as may be considered necessary The Hustler which had to make a Rea1state.enoy

REALESTATE. ant advisable, when a more thorough big detour to head the strong current '

; survey shall be made by the committee" on the bar. made an unsuccessfulfirst r-
'If atm Pc *iNK CHANT LAND COMPANINOTAKT LANDS
," rtTBLIO to be appointed by your honorable attempt to send a line witha FREDK. S. MORSE
;" aTAUATLAKOEJDTLRB ..' body, in accordance with the provisions dory. The men were more successful ,

FLORIDA. of section 3 of said'chapter, in their second attempt and a line

k No. 5035 of the Laws of Florida: and was sent to the distressed boat. The

H. P. BRANDING' The citizens 'West'' Palm Beach your petitioners win ever' .. pray etc. Hustler with a mighty pull, soon had REAL ESTATE

A ney"C.-eIIr. have st.last:awakened tothe, Importance the yacht inside the' bar and safely

insist A lllllllIIWdIIs. Itfenact" :. of draining anU reclaiming the FLORIDA SUN.\, docked at Corbett's"wharf. Office op stain Cor.Are.C and 11 th St.
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'of valuable The pleasure yacht Is the Zeta of
thousand or more acre.
3y Spat Palm Beach ;: Florid thirty muck lands west and norUfof Turns Up Its Tees After Fighting\ for New York. Captain E. W. Demlng. Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. ;

'a Foundation In Jacksonville. who is the owner of the yacht, staredto -
that, city but at 'present untenable
TIMES T.8A1TOXB8 a Record reporter who went aboard
After
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straggling heroically a
of Its submerged condlUon. "
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', ATTORNEY AND: ,.' These, lands It la contended by year or more.- and giving..the peop't.of yesterday shortly after the arrival of) AGENT OR LANDS ,OF' .
j Jacksonville the best" afternoon the craft that he and the crew, and Florida East Coast Co.
Railway
LAW be
COUNSELOR AT. those,competent to Judge can :
t. Paper It had the ,Florida Sun in fact every one aboard were nearly
_ 'Cs m.raUl sad KM XitaM Law Anat forOmeMDiWAno drained and reclaimed, and realliing ever > exhausted that Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
ftd.aM JM1-oet&CCs..I.V ors.'" with its edition last Saturday, anapended : the yacht was headIng ,
.... tie: Importance 'of It to ,the tanning publication for lack of support for this port when her engine became 'Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast L nd,. Co
BLOCK.FLORIDA. section .
Industry of that a petitionwas "
YLbII presented 'to the l Board J of'' ; While in operation |the 'Sun disabled and they were at the r.
c of the heat dallies In 'the mercy of the breakers in a heavysea.
wu one
MITCHELL n.l'RICE":; CcM rtr'.CommlMloners Tuesday last
.., -, asking its aid :rand "support 'In'buildIng State. 'and though its owners and Anchors were lowered while ofl

Attorney. 'at .Law' and Solicitor- canals and laterals through this maker knew it was going under It the the bar.but the sea was so tough that /Now is the Time

''' and made did so with"flying colon and the last waves-broke over the boat and!
drained
in .Chanctry.- land that. It may be --: Issne.wu aa good and brlght.'paperu all hands were, kept busy pumping '
tenable.
0Aet: RMehestBid&, ntuo.ruW.C.MAYKARD : water out of the hold. Thejcaptaia
The petition wffl.be,presentedbyMr. ever.' Plant Trees
In suspending the Son the president -- Ip Orange
.; W. L Jfetcalf. attorney for the
(3 ,_,, and directors make tli..e'pubUc
Board of Commissioners, and as the LOW RATES via
and Fruit
statements.
matter, is one' of Importune, and Grape ,
"With this issue the, Florida '
Daily Louisville Nashville
R.R.
great benefit to the northern end of

the county It Is to be hoped that Bun suspends publication. The'cred Th tallowtaf taw _.. trip n M tram Aso Rose Bushes for Winter BoomingAnd
wisdom I itors will be paid la fall My entire I..kYiIle..mrimu potato North aa' Wutt
the commissioners win see the ,
will .. U ***ct tatn ........ Proven. t
time is la the all other ornamental *
required and shrubs
managementof
JEKEtER AND ,OPTICIAN. of supporting the petition- and irately tow ra...I rom abet poUu. trees
V number of large enterprises and L0UIB.aLZ. U. i Please call write for and other !
lending the people all aid possible in or descriptive catalogue
Perfect fitting Wearlti 'classes '
easy I I 'owe, It to associates In these .... ""*..., ccout Cvitad CoafedrnuVmnui
I my
K this vast of land productive ..... .. information.
are a great comfort. With our erunslve making area > .J *U Ie 11,boc." with flu .
.r apparatus and large.experience and tillable. The petition Is aafoHws several companies to retire from the nru July laPOZTLgD
-r'' there ii no cness( work.' Pnees rea- I newspaper oxiaov x
_, aoaable. We repair Watches, Clocks.Jewerlr : business.P. I.' Sutherland. Rat AM.accowt Loml *Clark CoUMii.al i GRIFFING BROS. GO.
f and Spectacles. A portion ol To the,Honorable the Board of Coon- Expmitbm. Tickets "old cert* 4am,
I "Iiriew of a bin filed by Mr. Claude May ZM: t. Srpt.tt.Cut _a..limit*day
year trade anked for. Located OB AT- 17 Commissioners of'Dade', County sea 1r..ela.e sM......(.U.. M.
3 .a. D. between 12th and itth flu. Florida:' y* L'kngle,former editor of this paper, ....IIIUI. ticket sold crrtiii........April POMONA NURSERIES
F v.'c.:MAY11ARD Gentlemen- t I against the Sun Publishing Company, lush to Aira 14th -lac. Seal_... li.ttt0
Tour petitioners, believing
.
r dajt-froiBdauaf, aaI..aol Ie .eNd for JIIUI. vfaia office Nursery Offlce.
Jcclcraa4.Gnd.... OMldaai in which he alleges nlsmanagemenl I
that they constitute a majorityof DXXTXB. COLORADO Cor. Ave Can 12th St.. up stairs Little River Flap
the persons owning lands that will on the part' of Mr. L. A. Shlpman. Rate1f&-.aocMin.. .... Ticket lawrmaliuaal u4 J.EpwnrtkLniCM .. It le
be*'directly affected by the establishment the business manager, we wish to July....t.e.,f sal_...limit Aif.KkUITALO.
state In ( V. T.
Justice to Mr. Shlpman that
PATENTSWABMBCTOO of canal and laterals ....
a public Ran 33.U.: lICCOOI.t .a! iMvtlar Grad
tai and'througbfthe'large body of submerged hIa'management of the affairs of the todr B.P- 0. J:. TIc_ Mid July Mk ta U, .
.
Iten ZSth.Tounrro.
a 2.c.,1ui run July:
lands'lying-west of the town company were entirely satisfactory tons CAXADA
....., '
__- -act: RrnrsNSar15t ....... and was la no way the.cause" of Rat HUB. accBt IiuraaUout Cpwoftk
YWUTo-.w.. (.W.....r.MaiMa1111a1S..Yr of west Palm Beach and the. territory .....M UMmaUoa. Ticket oM J...rNk to 1'zXALlvzr'
the
of :: :
suspension the publication
announced .
-'-"-' -r : ,Immediately.adjoining on the art lac.ail retar limit August ala.JUUTIJ.U.DJOr.
salt asd In this issne.- .
was r-.iYb1 tY.va- Y1RAvtaur.eu north and sooth in accordance with Rat 12.$, aecMt FubodrMt CoI\oIfe 811.. I
.- v.a.wtas.eu.eMw "P. U Sutherland Pres. Sckool Va4rfeitt Bablieal l..tit.tu.Tkkst..oM .
the ,provUions of chapter No M35
; r _..-1'1 _. acrid "A. D.'' canal ...., Ja.. U,Jd,4th.
y trlNMle; u. f. PtItIIIIt OmM, of the'-Laws ,of Florida. ;, do.,hereby Covington. tul Uaiit 8 *4Mbw Jutk.KNOZTILII.,
,O.O. petition ..honorable body;to immediately "F. P. Fleming; Jr. 'fDJf.
yocr Is to the front the leading
Rat eosr..cce.ut b..r Sckool of fie ranidly going as
"Directors of the SUB Co.
take,the necessary steps to' Publishing Sovtk. Tictala old ce..... .._ J...IStkt '
;
DSWIFMKILL secure to the property owners affect. and the Daily Florida- Sun. *July IStk tec,fiat_,.TXITST... hit Sept 3Mk.RUBTOI !I city in South Florida. Everybody

ed by.said proposed drainage such a Rat** SUM. accout a..'" .fmk -, is going to Miami. Now is the time to H
The foundation and sills for the first ...BaptM.....*.UckM*.oM :May to IT-fJ
system of canals and laterals aa will Slit,lacf.u1nt.nashJuaks choice location either for business a
floor secure a
of the new hotel being erected For fmU laiotmatkm. ackoduloa and rate*t*
reclaim the large tract of land, coa-
.Monk wca11 writ
pd. or oo or
ay
slating of more than JO.OOO'acres of on Twelfth street have practicallybeen CCa E HZRRLXC.rU.PaM.At or residence. Choice locations in
: ,COUCH, completed and the raising of the ..L*}c. R R. '
Valuable tanning lands which todayare MS W.Bay 8tlac.UIe..rtorida the city for sale by : : : : : : :
MI CURE'THE llUNCSDtvKing's useless for cultivation; but by the waDa win be commenced: next week. .

construction of the desired canal and

lateral can. ,be made highly produe- .Has Stood The Test 25 Years FORT DALLAS LAND CO.

_ tire, thus adding to the taxable Talvea -

j New Discovery of,,the county affording'"..homes Grove's 000000000000000)JCOO) ) ) ()() OCOOr
.. (farms 'and employment for hundredsof ,
"" /TCWD. Price oar people and greatly benefiting .

FOR I OUGHtaM OLDS CO Free.*Trial f1XO the business, r interests of, this .community .OHN S Call. .FtEZLLY.on : T.:C. ZNGR8f3A.1I4:

and the general.prosperity of Tasteless Chill! Tonic Agent. Fort Vice-Pres., Fort Dallas ;
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Surest and Quickest Core for all the county. Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co.. St. Augustine Fla
3 THROAT and
LUNG
X&OVBliS
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We hereto attach a, rough sketch
,mot or MOSEY\ .BAGS, '
tic"
the proposed drainage,operations.; .No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 cents.:

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rit I and H. P. Savage as sureties. I WHY BROWARD .
it DADE coyim J. W. Richbonrg, with M. E. Gruber
and W.'n. Montfort as sureties.W. VETOED THE BILL

W. Myers with W. W. Blackmer
COMMISSIONERS and John Zlll as sureties. A 2 Day Proposition

L. H. Singleton with B. H..Doster (Continued from fiat page)

and H. S. Miller as sureties.: fiL4

H. J. Burkhardt with Gas A. Mullet
Miami Fla-. June C, 1905. by an act of Congress approved September
"'m. Lamb sureties.
and
as
f The Board of County Commissioner* 28, 1S50 together with aV the y
Hnry. R Peacock with Richard Car proceeds that have accrued or may
met_this :ay In regular session. Pres- ney and A. \VJ. Sanders as sureties. hereafter accrue to the State from the

ent, T. A. "1n eld. chairman; John G. A. Angevine' with Geo. L. Bran- sale of said lands are hereby set apart .
Sewell. E. H. Dimlck. M. R. Johns. ning and B. Maxfleld as sureties. and declared a distinct and separate

' .and E. GTwedelL John Frohock. Sam H. Gray with T. H. Cray and fund, to be called the' Internal Improvement -
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.. sheriff, and E. C. Dearborn clerk. H. Lobdell as sureties. fund of the State of FlorIda .

q Minute of. last meeting read and Dan McCarley with F. N. Funk and' and are to be strictly applied according : .
approved. H. B. Murray as surerjes. to the provisions of this act,"

z y Road Superintendent Goode made a The following bills were approvedand and further "that for the purpose of "..,.
verbal statement in regard to the ex ordered paid out of the general assuring a proper application of said ,'
plosion- the county convict camp at fund: ,I fund for the purposes herein declared ';'
r OJus.; which was substantially as follows B F Carter road work. Stuart..$421.43, 1 said lands and all the funds arising ,,

c?? : F T Budge dynamite etc .... lij.St from the sale thereof after paying the I '. R
That the explosion occurred bet..eenZ R G Stockton, shoes .... ... :3.00 necessary expenses of selection, man /
;. and 4 p.in. on the first day of June. XI W Marshall\ew River bridge agement and sale are hereby Irrevocably \ '=
There were fourteen men In camp ai xifton C Einig. work Avenue 30.00'1' vested in five trustees; therein '

the time of the explosion. six of whom D bridge .... .............. X0.70 I named and their successors In once, ..... '
- were' In the stockade and' the others $ F Carter teams,and work.: 38.7SI. I to hold the same In trust for the uses
'In'the rock pit at work. Those In the W I Metcalf. freight on rock.. 14.01 I and purposes hereinafter. provided
finished their day's work with the to sell and transfer
stockade bad power
W M Mettalr. repairing wagon 11.75B WF
'and,had gone In for the night Badey. G.Ban.'poata and hauling. 1L75M said lands to the purchasers and re
, of thedynamite celrepayment for the same, and Invest
the man baring charge S )Mishler 21 days time..... 72.00J M
been'on the creek fishing I the there- SEWELLBROTHERS
surplus arising
had A McDonald i; Co. lumber.. 18.20 moneys
r bat ,was la the house when the exploakm : M W; ),Marshall attending bridge from from time to time U therein

oecu Ted., Mr. Oneal bad a quantity and oil .................. .. 15.0001lv provided. .
> of dynamite on hand and had uked This law has been in force since IU
r ft; Simmons, loading rock 5.25
>>r. Goode 'to"use this ,up before ordering approved January. 1SC5, more than YM
W D Home mdse ............ 10.75
more from any of theE fifty The trustees aforesaid
any: years.
: L N Snell repair artificial leg < 2.00
tores, as be.bad no use for It and have continued In the exercise of thepo..ers
Frank Sanchez salary. May .. 50.00
wanted of It. Mr. Goode and duties vested In them in
td rid
get On
J T DeBerry, salary May ...... '5000A Saturday and Monday
bad COII8t'ntedto' take this, off his the exercise of the lands vested Xn
P Gore salary. gay Jailor 40.00 '
hands, and would get it in lots of from salary them Irrevocably during this long period
John Frohock. May. convict
ISO ,to :00, pounds'each. Badey was camps ...... ......... 60.00 of time and are now.> In the fun
!
tires charge of the dynamite u it was exercise of all the powers and duties
brought: Into camp. 'The dynamite John Frohock. feed prisoners .. 294.00 and control of the lands remaining In
June 10th and 12th
magazine;'wu located IIOme' distance Bills amounting to 1195.9D'were the fund aforesaid and perform tne
from' the stockade, and Badey claimed approved and ordered paid out ofthe powers and duties and functions Tested s
that some of the dynamite was being general fund. Among these Items' In them as such trustees. Thus s -

used by one'of Oneal's men, and. were $277.55, commissions on receipt does it,appear that the Legislature In --
L protesting against being held responsible *'to T. N. Gautl r. $75.00 for cofns. 1855 by the enactment Of Chapter 610

for the dynamlt. unless It wasj eta, 111.70'expelUle& of countyattorney Laws of Florida in vesting the lands
"" tl'pt,where he could.witch it, was al | to Tallahassee, and $100.00 referred to therein, which are the We will give each lady, purchasing 2.50 worth of Merchandise, fromus

.lowed Mr. O'Neal to keep made H in*the statement. slocVade.In re for a. book: typewriter for.the clerk'soffice. subject, and of the referred said bill to .in under the consideration bill as a ,a pair of white Satin Slippers which sold for $3 or give her choice of

card.to the dynamite whichwae'. substantially Report of \V. L Metcalf. In regardto grant of lands 6t this chracter parted
:ai follows: bill! Introduced in the Legislature i ito with Us title to all of the swamp and 100 pair infants, childrens and misses'shoes which we have put in the window

That some'years ago the county built refund certain bees'taxes on the : overflowed lands In this State to the
tv the dynamite house.on land of Mr. Nu.'ce1it.1Y' Miles or Hanson Grant, was )received trustees aforesaid for due expresses with these goods. And to all Gentlemen buying $2.50 worth of goods of uswe'll

ti ialstake.! When he,\ook chargeof and warrant ordered drawnfor expenses purposes and trust set forth in the act I
I them their choice of 100 hats.which sold for from
the"camp he moved the housenearr Incurred by him In making the of Congress approved September 28, give asst. $2 to $4 4,

;the camp. and as,he thought.,)* trip..etc.Petition. + ISStUnd an act of Legislature of .
the t'OUnty'.land.. That he afterwards la regard to road at Fort I Florida approved January C. 1S55. and
sr bought. fire acres.::'of land from Mr.Kugent. Landerdale. signed by: F. 'R. Oliver the conclusion is ir.eoisUble that this
and when'.he* had his. land and others was received ana referred legislative enactment can.not conveyor

surveyed, found that the house'... on Commissioner. Wlnfield with. powerto pass a title to,the lands therein referred Our Bargain CountersWe
the strip of land he bad bought, ail act to. and that the Legislature had

not on the county's land: that be bad Commissioner Johns reported that Dot the power to grant swamp and' .'I ,
bad he railroad company had accepted his overflowed lands there
2. Ibever.xnoTedjthe house again but as set forth
c continued to.use It as a dynamite magazine proposition to furnish rock for certain and for theM reasons I object to the will mention below a list of the goods which we will put on

'and that it was still there road at Stuart, at $L00 per cu- bill under consideration becominga -

when Goode took charge of the camp. bic yard law and deem K my duty to withholdmy Bargain Counters and continue the sale'ofuntil
our
That at one.time while. the hOuse was Paid freight bills amounting to approval therefrom.
pot: being used ,for storing dynamitele $496.49 were received from the people I have the honor to remain

J 'bad asked Mr. Goode for the use j of Stuart"and the amount credited Tours very truly. .. I the goods are all sold ,
; of It for one of his tenants,'and that towards the ,subscriptiln to be raised (Signed) N. B. BRO\7ARD.

.4 ;( Goode bad allowed.him to,use It untn by the people of that place for certain -, + Governor. ea

some, women prisoners bad been road work. .

taken Into camp,' and Goode:wishing Geo. G. Lltrrie'Sydney L. Metcalf I MAYOR SEWELL'SSTINGING .

"to use the house for them be.O'Neal' and J. A. Peeler were appointed a i REBUKE .
bad vacated That. the county com- comlmttee to view and mark out road : Shoes
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Clothing
mla loners had his permission to more on section line between sections 20 .
4 the house from 'bis land at any time and 29, and between section 19 and If Mayor Sewell adheres in the future -
a wanted section 30. of township 43 sooth of,
ttey to. to a precedent set by him in the
..:,f Commissioner: WlnBelJ was authorized range 43 east and between sections municipal! court last Friday, defenseless sop ir children's and infant's. men's 2-piece summer worsted suits '
to hare the stockade" and other U and 25 of township( 43 south of wives and respectable neighborsIn shoes ,were 75 cents to, $1.25: 50G 17 ,
,N. ** ''buildings at the convict camp at_OJus range'42 east the county to pay one- Miami will hereafter protected .I nobby patterns were
to close at . . . . $6.55
rebuilt ,and to use u much convict fifth of the cost .constructing aia from'the abuses ,of drunken husbands t z.So, to .close ,

.4 t, labor 'as possible,In the work' road and the use 'of obscene and profane too pair children's! white canvas oxfords at . . .. . .
Quit-claim; :deed'fo,correct deed recorded Petition In regard to drainage canals language. sandals and button shoes i
} In book' "M" page 127.,from and laterals west of West, Palm Beach This from the trial of one $1 00
ffveloped sizes 6 to 2, former price 14 suits, men's fancy cass-
VTm M. Mettalr to the county eommlsJooers. was, redeved and ordered advertised James Lowe ''who was 'arraigned on $ roShirts
to close . imeres, were to close
tq 2.00, 15.
conveying a strip "of land lor accordance with chapter 6035 Laws the charge of being drank and disorderly 1.25
recelred'and ac- of Florida.. at. . . . . . . .. '
road 4 purposes was and using profane and inde- pair' ladies' Dongola
_- .ftt..-.-!.. I It was ordered that the game war-. cent language. Lowe. Is a man of 37 $1.00
Oxfords were $2 to ,
3.00
J, "Petition of:W. N. Woods, for.permission den be allowed $40 per month commencing means. has a devoted and Indulgent
assorted close . .
at.
to
to Mil liquors wines. and'beer June 1, same subject to wife lives in a respectable neighborhood ,

in election ,No. 10.was received and change at any time by Commissioners. but is addicted to drink. Fo. 17-pair ladies' brown linen "
ordered advertised> Bills approved and ordered paid out several months past It Is alleged by $1.00rds 1
@: The Board of Public Instruction filed of the fine and forfeiture fund amounted Ills neighbors, that he has been drunk Oxfords, were U.00, to
close at . . . . .
their nnaclal statement for, the month to 77424. In this amount was the better part of the time; that he '

,y of April-' 13 UO to John Tieback for criminal has abused his wife both publicly and 21 pair ladies' Dongoia > and San$1.55-
The tax collector filed his report for prosecution, and $200.80 to John Fro- privately, and, that .his language had
the month of May showing $179.23 collected lock for feeding prisoners at the conny : -' been such u to cause them fear and daIS, asort. sizes & stvles.' I 43 men's negligee shirts, were '

for the State;and 11,799.24 fort JaIL The other amounts were for to, shock the.community.. were 2.50 to 3 So, close close l 48c87c
cents to ,
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the county, and 60 pons., witness fees. Jurors, etc. Thursday, accord gto a witness at .. . 75 :
The county: treasurer filed his report .There being no'further business the he abused his wife lit'the yard of his at. . . . . . . .
for the'month of May showing the ;board adjourned premises and then abused the witness 47 pr. men's white canvas '
following talancea on band June 1. after being remonstrated with for his shoes were 2.50 to close $1 I 00 63 men's negligee shirts, were

General, fund ti...:...-..... fl.472.98 But little has been said about the conduct in such a manner as to cause at . . .. . . . 1.25 to close r:

Fine and forfeiture *.... ..:. 41L56 difficulty which o curre.tlasi Wednesday -I his wife 'and child fright and make men's H. S. & H. at. . . . . !' . .
School. ... :... ...*. .....:.. 169.20 between two Cuban stokers aboard them confine themselves In the houle'for 63 pair 85 :
O.me'w.rdeD "j,... .... -..- ..08InUrest the steamer Martinique: Today how protection. His conduct and con- white canvas oxfords and $1

., and'aiming. ....'-....' *i& ever. It:was learned that the fight dition were such that his arrest was I bals were 3.50 now. . 100 men's fi.imported madras shirts,
bordered on a duel to the death. One caused. pr.men's shoes,all l styles' fast colors. Star & Wilson 'I f\\ '
i ......... ... .,..,2,036."t of the 47 $ I IIII "
Total : ,, men received a gash from a ra When arraigned for trial Lowe : and leal hers. were 4.00 $5 $2 :.55 Bros. make former prices
The following Justices filed their re- tor that penetrated the Jugular vein pleaded ignorant of any offense and and to close vrvr
:1 and 6.00 new . . . $2 2.50 $3. p'
'ports of fines,. forfeitures'and': costs and came all'.around putting him out aid he had no remembrance of what I
'for the month of May: R. J: Chnilngmorth of business He 'was also gashed.in he did. If anything .t .1L He had .
:! w. G. :Mayberry. Win, Stuart the stomach until the entrails pro- no witnesses and was assessed a flue .
Hffl,'and A. E., Heyser. county Judge truded. The other was struck In' the I of $15:! and costs with thirty days'
The county Judge and tax:collector bead with an axe and badly wounded; servitude on the streets and.In passIng r7
,'' filed their jolnt'report' licenses Issued and but for the Interference of the sentence Mayor Sewell delivered ; We will offer Saturday and Monday the

-4, daring the month of May show ship's officers and others of the crew, !I him a severe arraignment He aid i
lng.IGJ.75 for the county: ,,and 195.00 one or the other of them' would hare 1 that numerous persons among them '
tor tbe State.. .* been killed. I i many ,JiuUe, had complained to him i biggest bargains ever offered in Miami

The following bonds were received t about his conduct daring the ,past two
and approved: Cwtala R.G.Ross,of the R.G.Ross 11 or three months. That the defendant _
'say 'J. C. Hancock,'notary public with Contracting Company'which Is buna- was more of'a beast than a man and and propose to make these the largest I r

>' Ceo. W.'Parlu and Stanley;Kltchlngas lug the Jetty outside the point of lane not entitled _to.live or',be recognized
sureties.:- north of Norris Cut, was one of the In a civilized and respectable community Theseare
WE EVER h HAD.
t Fred S. Dewey, notary public. State passengers coming: down;from Jack- and that he would try to keep SALE DAYS
at large with E. N. Dimlck and. Geo sonvfle:,'Wednesday and ';Jearlng that him sober and under control for awhile

I* Brmnalng as sureties. night on the steamer Martinique fOr _
The following firearm tends, 'wen! Key West 1 The object" of captain The defendant showea plainly the yours for a song; don't miss ,them.

reeetved'and approved; Ross* visit to the Island CUrb to look effects of his debauchery.; Red faced r

W> M. Hm. gate D. ,W'renton_ .and after:the dredge: Grampus, .hlch'he blur eyed and nerves 'twitching .he
:
r c eM. H.'Hard u sureties. recently purchased and which Is being was more' an' object of pity' than of

t ;n,1tiFenton'wlt3. H. B. Saunders' overhauled,on the marin ways there acorn.. The lesson was dearly bought.
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