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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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1 I! that about. midnight' Saturday night the
I enliig. but my sister did aot.
| he heard one shot and a scream but She
war very fond of reajlsg aid frequently

IC. paid little attention to It as his brother set up until midnight .ujoy> '

E. Davis and Daughter Elsie ;! frequently shot owls a night aDd Ing books and novels. I doat thlak .

!1 his laugher, being of a lively and my father: or slster.eltherof, them.bad .

i happy nature sometimes gave a 1 I an enemy In the worlJ. Their mni- J'

scream that could be heard to his ier* is a mystery I can not fathom." r
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house, about a quarter of a' mile away.
Murdered While This Is the only clew so far gained Posses Organized.. 01 #*'
k They Slept'Some
Believing aa they do that the crime

as te the. probable hcir of the assaskination. was commuted for the purpose oC 4

i criminally assaulting &l1a'VaYlaIDQT '

Various Opinions Expressed. of those Dub home
pre.ent'et the r

Time Saturday '; )Various ;,plnions ore expressed.as this morning expressed themeeiveathat

Nigh to it ,\ Cause of the killing and the I It waa'the work of negroee and

general 'idea Is that more than one I I declared that U the negro quarters y

.. I Person as connected with (t; that it av LUDluma' mill half i mil away,

was for the purpose of committing; were searched thoroughly that a claev

matted, covered the face and stuck fa condition of the head and neck aa assault upon' the young lady and and possibly the 'guilty parties woul.

FCrimethe the clotted blood which saturated the might have been caused hj decay that the person or persona were tae be found there and Immediately; after*

Most Shocking of Any tied and dripped through to the floor. tough.. hardly I probable. j. millar with the house and kaew where the adjourning of the corontrs jury;' p

8 Calibre both Mr. Davis and his daughter I consisting of J. B. McKenzle .
In the breast were found ?; Weapon Used. 1. E


;- in the History of the County.: wounds, pile near each two nipple.gapping a The 38-eaiibre weapon ball used and.'waa the one probability carrying slept which It is was also killed a question'first ot though surmise ,. Cheatham.S.A.'lk'Ifher J. G.and Crosland.F. BStoaeuao.E. C.Gaunt., to. ;


Discovered Last Both went through the body and one Is that me murders were committed It would seem that :Mr. Davis wart"first [: meet tomorrow "at 9 o'clock*' Sheriff
Bodies '
of the bullets through the mattressto with an her Johnson pistol.wblch fro attacked so as"id got him out of !the Frohock began orplllz1nc'a posse

the 4oor( where it was found by Davis Is known, to have owned and way of In'ttTference with the dastardly and file afternoon at 20', kick a scot
Monday by Davis Son. assault upon his daughter These and I'of determined men,
Juryman Belch Both shots were which. a. thorough search of the ,armed with gun
house failed to reVeaL That. the kindred other, opinions prevailed, but 'took to tleOOJ and wd scour every
fired !at close range and apparently the above would Teem! to
c same weapon killed both parties Is t correctly section thoroughly In their effort.*

crime la the universal opinion, ot' while the assassin war over Ms vic evidenced' by the.finding of a second cover the situation. to capture the fiend of fleoJa whit w,:

1'LVD,1 tim. The night dress was powder bullett.burieJ In'the pillow under Mr. No Clue Left. acta. have .startled and shocked the '
the public. Signs bear out this fact, '
hE GIRL, burled and blackened on the left doe Davis head and.which le the*,same No\ clew was left by the murderers community, aDd worked abe people-
It is that it will
but
probable
; never
showing that the weapon war within size,aa the one'found under his u te their identity, though It is apparent Info a freaiy loaf win defy the,law tt

.. be established by medical examination daughter's. bed. that they went out the back the murderers are caught t
y. WAS CRIMINALLY a few Inches of her when fired The "
: as. the body of the dead girl war in Thia ended Jhe physicians' examination way and through fcarrej gate lead* The outrage,Is one ot the moat a$
other wound, the one in 'the.-: right and the bodies Inc to the stable .1 blood spots were trocious ever committed State
such a state of decomposition that the were ordered delivered in the

ASSAULTED ALSO physicians, who made an Tiatnlnttiprevious breast came out underneath the arm to Undertaker King for our- fOllad'on tee top bar which .was and It I is oae:;that calls fof"the most '

u, or through the ribs, and would tot Jat > : d wD.' .The 'tftprlnts Of a large shoe determined efforts and fun Jristioethe' d :
to the removal of the bodies ( '
Have, caused Instant death though the No Motive! Established .goare-toed, were also tracked serer apprehending end punishing of j
t.. .. from the house, said moat would be through r al hundred feet toward the nursery the guilty, and on every hand therm +
other ,went or heir the \Vfcat couU be the 'motive of the
impossible: for them to make and this furnish alight clue. Is.snlverulcondemutkin
a positive >may a private '
rewards
'Dead Man's Pistol Used and'Two hurL crimeT-- If )lr, Davis bad.aa enemy
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Otherwise t the crime. bntmrodrd In have been
statement that criminal assault y offered for tIM cay- -v
it was not known. He moved to this ..
Shots Fired Into His Daugh, war msle., though they expressed Fought For*rter Life. county fourteen"years ago and settled, mystery. tore of the murderers and It Is er-

themselves that such was probable.A These ere ,the only .twoAronnJs on coming front Delaware county, Ohio, Report In Circulation. peeled that both the county anJ 8tat
ter's Body While One Several reports of threats were in will aJ4 other amounts u lucrative "z
truck
the body though the condition of the and ,engaged In tanning and '
Ii Terrible Scene.A I II circulation. One that Mr. Davis lad la ferreting''out and capturing the.Heads.
fruit culture. Besides his
and
Ended' His ,Life./". bed and the room indicated that the sons, been threatened by a negro"whom M On. of the private rewaina
the
1 :. Metropolis reporter war at brother motioned above, he leavesa
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dead woman fought for her life and I had bas la-his employ whlieaaotherwaa offered la llOflT by K -. W. W. ['root,
scene. of the crime shortly after the bereaved IDOther.1I..Barbara Davis,
challt,. One of the knuckela ot her of this clty.Saturday. ,'that he had 6ad'dllCtrolly 1dt1Degrees who lor' doing so appends this state
news war received la the city. Little i menu
iietds right hand bad a large piece of skin he with his danghter.vis-i- over some watermelons fit'
Heart groups of men, demoralized, but incensed These ewre dispelled by statements of Rewards Offered
f .f ibis Most ttsiructafl tad. boek, &PIr, while her wrists bore! evi Ited the city and havlng aa engagement -
were gathered around and his sons who that they ofno -Fully r4
: to to Fulford say .kaow realizing and with exptkitcoafld ,
go yesterday noraIng -
i IeI6I GrtaN Stand by tMetrip.O I dence'of having been held in a tight
( about the yard and on the porches of with M. E. Bnrbaaka. for some sacbthrra4 or.faculty, though nce that fir able sheriff. Mr.
: Rail 'He crasg and bruised. On the floorjiear they: state that some few weeks ago Frohock. with the aid of'kit' '
$ RetMrter-Onb i beaks. the house. A stillness pervaded the a table lay aa overturned box of face citrus fruit trees. Miss Davis ro msnail dldftt' .
., bed the-day la person or peraoaa. unknown, visited corps, will leave no atone aatareeA.
to spend Miami with
StnodeJ h Ubs> .i air, strong men talked In whispers, powder with the contents scattered.
ar .
all .be die b Mrs. V. A.. Rutherford, but her fall the' field ,sad destroyed a quaitec to lad and bring to Justice thou guOty
; : I stood off amazed, or solicited Information A large rug that covered the floor of of '
aa aere or more ot'JOUnc melon theappedln.Darp
Pisses we .Sfe.ro.wle s' sad toMeVio was also turned and are to dome-dosed no alarm u Iwas crime. yet a*
.From a little window on the up 'disarranged, supposed'that her: father bad d. plants Their father never knew a citizen, appreciating the laportaac '
.
::", Wl h.AI.....PnLabiteKheJir b back aide of the second story of the stood indicating with that his feet the on murderer the Boor while had ferred his trip. or that .some other r who ,did It or had any difficulty.with of the apprehension of the 'rascal ... ?

Gao t-Mrde.tewlr east end of the house a bare foot and 'combatting with the woman. Under event of ordinary'occurrence had.detalntd any Ole over the offrase. meals that committed the crtsaeft '. ,
The Davla Home. personally ode, a reward of
home. fM
them at ear
six Inches or more of ankle could be the bed were her shoes and stockings '
q'o.ierNf K Capture.f .to Fta& House The Davis home .. situated about the arrest or cause ott arrest ot tW
the victim while her clothing those she probably Called At Yesterday.
seen, u oman lay diagonally -
V tour miles to the guilty parties or
.,; west of the city and say one coeaeeta=
ski wore last, lay on a chair, showIng Yesterday morning Mr. Barkaaks e
bed la"her chamber. with the
1t across about a half mile 4wa} the road leading crime; committed." .
that the girl hal retired for the who resides a half mile or s0 from
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Many eyes viewed Its many hearts beat east from the little schoolhouse Merchant Offer 923O.OOThe
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night and war probably asleep when. the Davis home, went over totell !
with 4!> otion and the fire of rengesjTce alongside tnJ'maln road. It sits about Merchaats!: Aasociatlo. has UI -. '
intruder.
disturbed by the Mir.
shocking Davis that
One of the moat any beslnauooa % he wonU be unabletoto '
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forty er fifty feet inside taketa'liP
boat wall the batter aid caOeJ
waa' e
ia 'the' annals of Jacreaeed until some had A Bird Witness.In to FaJtorcl.with him. He wad y
-- or fence of native stone and U built meeting for tal*, altenooa at whlca
.- ,worked themselves la a freenty. A the east window, and within a found at home and Mr. Bar aBD.
4.i county and.the State ot Florida of logs one story and a halt hlCh.Thl'Oll the question of offering a liberal S B%
few feet of'the head of the bedjrtbod without coin to the upper, story of
wom.
few /aelPboraad friends
h the of it for the
committed sometime during liltYturday << center there rums 1 apprehension,. of Jae rnerWem "
i : the house and believing that .
bird his
a canary aDd cage and it Is
the
deceaaea/fathered from front to wide
back
of at house
a hallwayor was discussed and a rewarj of
sight four miles wart of they probable friend and his
that the little the daughter had off
.. 'YokJ' pet wu gone opening with Ihe 1:;4
'j bat hetr weN lasted and eyes atatrwayleadlng offered. The: sseVekaata wfll a-
c: E. Darla and his grown only living witness to visiting returned home. He ._ Y
: when tars. '*. ', .. theassanlt and went up from the but:part of the hall so close their places of-bealnaadattend. e
: aPter. Elsie.D. Davis; were mnras dimmed with ,,fIt: $ murder of Its mistress. No song again to the Davis home In the afternoon and landing at the entrance to the the faneral aervtc of
hire'Davis ;
The fourUons of deceased frank and found iira still
pealed from Its throat sad it hopped aMeaa
tiered they lay In their beds, by aer.o room occupied by Miss Davit On :the kid daughter tomorrow- after
; unknown. Ed. 'Robert and Leo'.JOarts.: and H. excitedly from one perch to another He st1U thought nothing wrong, and. ground floor aid under Miss Davis' noon. 'ba t
n or persons u the dozen or more filed this morning went to the Darla house
mea into
Darts,fa brother mingled with the room A a bed chamber furnished Some
but'unoccupied. persona hart suggested that
2T.ht1: war the Information, brought and occupied the room. If it could Ear the, third time.,..d after finding -
.
Opposite nder the
crowd but and the county send fbeenle
were so affected that away sad get blood
the del Monday,morning about e only talk and teU what It aaw/ reo.mUte4' things ...he had yesterday went to room whereMr. Davis with
"" they .hardly realized the enormity of home' slept la the which to track the man s
the of ,..
and broth- a Juryman. Ed D one of the
Davis
i'clDCk: by Ed a son parlor, while ta the rear of this room dereriu; but those best laftftl atat*
the crime or the great bereavement sons of deceased living sear his
In Da
via Room. Is
the
.et of the murdered'people.. The newt kitchen. > ,asi,_t-e crime waa eoeualtteJ
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home and told him of his father andsister "-
they, bad suffered., Leaving the d Miss
and within a few tame room Darla, ruder the ta Saturday the have
i rapidly, being away an stairway a closet ana Anight tracka. already
of
:-at thereafter Sheriff:iTohock. rep Sheriff Frohock war early on the that of her father, opposite ud,separated last night yesterdayand against this'atObd.a double barreled gotten coM and that".,It weld 1

and scene, and after nmmmiiny t cor-: only by a few feet.at the top shoe gnu lo&4ed'1I111a\ S shot and be Impossible for''doc. to'follow th*
atatlves of the numeri FoJnd.
press Th. Bodies
landing of the stairs waa visited. The
oner's jury there war considerable alongside of It a small 23 calibre acent.were they here now. It.. see
.. citizens were enronte to the scene body lay flat on the back, lengthwise, This war Btrange. and together they rifle also loaded. Inside, the vacant Hived that those committing: tIM tr .. .

.of the crime. Indignation wu freely delay awaiting the arrivalof, JJra.;I aDd in the middle of the bed with returned to ,the Da via,house and EJ or extra bed chamber, down, stairs, must hare gee away with blood on 't l

#- Skagga and Pngh wan ,had been sent the head upon two pillows. Decomposition Davis went to the two chambers their
hung clothing, la
the became another
: expressed, and same more CUD la a tale, and na- fact the spota foa>d. a.
'!' nceJ: .after the full facts"and for .to hold the post mortem examination had set In and reached a above. lie'ftnt entered his father's Jer 'hl. on a naO Mr. Davis always on the.u at the bar,gate would' Indicate (

of he 'enormity ot the before removing the bodies. stage where the skin and flesh were room and found tym in bed. He was kept his pistol hanging'la a holster this, which (act beteg tree. r
.realization pealing off the breast It. like that lying" on his- right side. Bathed la on a bfeast there, ia every probaMuy that
strap such
Later they arrived and assisted by as are used ualeaathe
t butchery had been iearned.the'general of the girt, was saturated with blood blood and cold In death. lie turned sometimes by sheriffs ant police for i clothing has oven burned' or otherwise t

?xpresslon. being that lynch law should Dr. Tanlandingham and with the though but one wound, a shot In'tberight him on big: back and then rushed to carry their pistols Instead of in the totally destroyed, that this to

'II..deal Justice to the guilty person orpettons Jury and representatives of the press side of the neck ranging downward his sltrr's. TO m. There a still more f pocket: or around the waist. This the one and only means by which the.

( If captured, repaired to the two upper chambersof and coming out of the shoulder, .1 grewsome and heartrending sight met pistol Is supposed: to have been taken ; culprits can be appresended.MORE .

the house'In which lay the.bodlen seas found. This shot was fired at a his eyea and almost caused his heart by the',-*awlns and used In murder- SOBER THOUGHTS NOW.

'd Crime Beggars Description. greater distance than those that killed to stop beating. With this informationhe lag the defenseless The excitement ,.
of the victims man and woman atteading lira flr.e
The crime beggars deacriDUon or the young woman as the came Into he city and .
; clothingwas spread,the The House Nevel Locked 1. news of the crime which pnnrsltaf

Idealization, except to those who visit* C4rl'e Body Examined.The not powder-burned and according news and alarm. Mr. Frank Dav, a. one .of. the teas Monday bbl subsided la a great nreas-

.i e eel the Davis home and there law foremseJnll body of the girl waa first exam o the opinion of the examining physicians When Was Crime Committed? of, the deceased and an employe of tire TuesJay. and cool but dotermia-
based upon the condition of At or about what ed men
hour
the'result, of. what cnl- ined. It lay with the hUll towards the head wu the the local pt) toftte. said that his are taking a more sober and
? and throat, the wound was crime Tommltted? This like'all/coo- Ether Carver locked reserved view I of the situation. : te
u. the bonne C
tted from attempt U not nc. the foot and diagonally across the not snfident to at
cans instant death nrctloiii with the tragedy Is a mystery niche: that they were not afraid of one la which they' are perplexed; O.-HV-

crimInal assault upon the bed. A sheet and her night .dress and that,. after being shot, the victim though it evidently occurred mol...tatinn and feared no barm.Sometimes in which there can be found ao
whose 'chastity: is unquestioned.at were wrapped about the head and I. was chokedUtf' strangled_ to "death. Sunday morutn Dr. Slcsgrs sari his sN r would take the Ibis motive ant one that la'attevJcdT s

assault:upon the personof;; the shoulders in a tangled maIL Her This, however; Is not a certainty u that It was', at least twenty-four boonbefore pistol upstairs bet that It usually by complete lack ofevidence.Many *'
the general condition of the body war i fh, tlaie: the bodies foua oplnluos
woman, "war the 'of flowing black hair were hung on the peg In the -anj many theor oatCondnued
cause tats: blood soaked and such room below
that
the and
swollen congealed j\.Da ii nolber
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f I THAT HUMAN BUTCHERY.Two : I* l stitutJr; them at theav.'taz rJ

METROPOLIS i 1 Immigration Discussed I II THE BUSY BEE .- V. ->ft"\.hnn'n-d! a month.Thr CITY COUNCIL ORDERS? ,

: i U'->r reh, v-- '*o >hn* that one-
human beings, victims of an I
& Published Every Friday In the Metro? saulll'. deadly aim and hellist TO BE DISCUSSEDAT i I third of the rural residents of the NEW SEWERS BDlll J

olla Building. :, coitatn are new receiving their mall: "
i, .. purpose were consigned to the graveon Thurs lay the Metropolis; quoted
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carriers. -.
raTuts tth s.Ms Dti Stc-Irwj Tuesday, while Dade county's from the New York Herald an accountof i I by I :.
IIf is besmirched and the reputa i ,j From this It win be seen that the A *?rectal meeting of the cllT eonsO
The Miaii Printim> Company. name a meeting to be held lor the purpose I routes
in the i BEE KEEPERS .I: task of establishing these 1 san ell called and held Monday for.
tion of our fair State trailed of discussing Immigration. Today : MEETING OF was

Entered at the Poetofflce at Miami, deepest of disgrace, a disgrace that It presents a result of the meeting ASSOCIATION IN SAVANNAH ,! enormous one and that with six the purpose of receiving a petition'.

i Fla, a* tecond-class matter. 1 must be wiped out and avenged.Murder -t taken from the same paper, aa follows ;t EARLY NEXT MONTH THOSE j thousand applications on hand and only : signed by two hundred or more'pron-j

t in its most cruel and brutal form ; : I six hundred: being put In operation arty owners and citizens of the.eit7
; The meet Southern newspaper pub I TO TELL OF THEM that win considerable
$ WHO KNOW monthly, !It require of Are-
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has been committed.'the hearts of the I Important questions relating to Immigration of iiltml for Improving
tithed on the mainland of the United time to get around to them all. : south'ta
I from Twelfth street
." community saddened and the lives ot were discussed at the quarterly nne D
State I I surviving children and relatives forever meeting of the :New York Civic even r-hould no more applicant be I, the Miami river in such a,, ma.-

', One year........................%.00 blighted.In Federation :yesterday at the roomsof The following from tae Savannah,:I recel->1. On this account it If Impossible that the water will be carried offing <,

1 Six month..................... LAO< the azraals of Florida: criminology fieBoard of Trade and Transpor press will be of interest to bee keepers ; to tell when the inspector will rains.

It Those paying in advance will re I the murder of C. E. Davis and tation. :No. S03 Broadwar. Among in this section and throughout I get her ant owing to the geograph After hearing a number of d!

for IL50, beloved' will Florida: I kit petition of Miami and the general sinus oa the matter the following i
g ciTt a year subscription his pure and daughter other things the Civic Federation is
bl and ..sx"molotU' subscription for 15! forever rank aa one of the most terrible anxious to know if there is any practicable On July fifth and sixth several idea that the heat i* unbearable III.. olutlon prevailed;

L eui tL This is a liberal discount to In butcheries ever perpetrated In and desirable plan for distributing hundred bee keepers of Georgia and summer Lime It would not be surprising t Tint the street committee bare
the surrounding states will gather in that the Inspector will give Flor ; authorize to construct!'
lit dos etrlcUy advance payment this or any other portion ot the the Immigrants throughout the hereby
Savannah in the second annual convention ida and this section of the State till I .ul'aie storm and \
f= State. Two innocent and defenselessbeings country; what percentage of the newarrivals sewer ate
uI FRIDAY, JUNe 30. 1905. one a hard working, conscientious is undesirable; and the relation of the Southern Bee Keepers' go by until fall or winter before coming the sewer to extend oa the right.

Association A very attractive program i here to lay out the route. of Avenue D from Thirteenthto
and deserving man, the othera of the growing volume of Immigration
Paul Morton thinks a man who can woman above reproach;ud universally to American Industry. has been ararnged by Dr. J. S. i iHowkID. In the meantime the rural residents the Miami river to carry off
run the aavy by his railroad,repnta- await Impatiently the time when they '
loved reposing In their hum Nathan Bljur. vice-president of the ., the local representative of: water from Fourteenth ltrMt"u.I'AeDUe .
f tation can operate tnbwayi and Insnrance will have their mail delivered to their ;
of the
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trouble ble home are attacked and slain without United Hebrew Charities, said: the organization and pleuure D. and al 1 other streets
ter companies without the opportunity of' defending "Taking the figures by decades from delegates will be looked after as well door. none thereto: said storm sewer ttj

to their lives. And'why? Only the Maker 1S21 to 1900 and comparing them with as the practical objects of the conven extend from Thirteenth street to

A Massachusetts woman 'put above can telL Mr. Davis was said the 1,000 of inhabitants, they show tion. Among tbe!, diversions planned "UNDER TWO FLAGS. .I Miami river; said storm ewer to .

flight with a bat pin. a man :wno assaulted of to be without an enemy. Certainlyhis that Immigration is -not growing but for the bee keepers Is a trip to Tybeeon not let than 24 laches lathe

her husband. In the band daughter had none. This being actually diminishing.. We know that a special train. said committee to be emj
than Present Indication that the mii-
; woman the hat pin la mightier. Beside the bee keeper of the are to employ all skilled
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necessary
fist true. and eliminating the probability Texas which has today a populationof nary drama "Under Two Flags"which
the sword.Gainesville.
the of the is of neighboring State representative bee and purchase all material .
that robbery was object J.500.000 capable feeding and is to be presented at the Auditorium
keepers from all over the country are for said work which la to be doM i
but
t wife beater onder I Intrusion and crime there, can be holding a population as large as that by local talent for the benefit of the
t baa a expected to be in attendance on der the direction of tile street
one conclusion reached and one purpose of Germany which Is about 55,000,000.This '
Miami Rifle fund about
j" arrest. Rub it Into him. Mr. Mayor armory oa or
the convention. ,The railroad have seer and to be accepted by the i
the _
that of outraging the there is of
sought; being cue plenty
her the night of July S. will be one of
Mr. .Judge or whoever dispense
given a rate of one and a third fare or street and finance committee
laws purest and best of God's creations- room In the ouatry for an increase in
the ol the most largely patronized and -
that popular
Justice. Teach aim The immigrant however sooth of Ohio and east of the Mltsls- line of the said sewer to follow
the woman. population. play ever presented by local talent
and did not give unto him
God man sewer
ant Man ,at best is a brute but the remains lathe large cities, while he is dpi riveAmong/. or to a Miami aadience. present storm as now taU i
19. woinaa-of 41' choice to be,beaten one who so" designs L aa incarnate needed In the Welt'ud South. Thefigures the most prominent of those the east side of Avenue D.
abused. It is up to the law to teach "Under Two Flags" is a romantic
tilecon1'entiou
address also
fiend. The Metropolis believes In also show that the tremendous who will be present and It was >> moved and

such brutes this fart law and justice, but In such cases as urban population Is due to immi on matters of interest will drama. the seen being laid In Algiers that as the City of Miami Is to'.truet <

be Mr. R. S. Smith State entomologist and tell of the Ufe of a little vlvaad a storm, sewer oa the east <
tice It is that the
tr this there can be but one jn gration. not true ante.atrable
Emperor "William baa achieved a death and that'where cant is established Immigrants come here from of Georgia; Mr. D. J. Reyflolds. ler of the army who give her life for of Avenue D from Thirteenth,

4 diplomatic victory In compelling beyond a reasonable doubt cannot Southern and Eastern Europe but they of Marietta an expert in matters relating a man whom she knows! can never be to the Miami river that t pe
? Truce tt recognize Germany as an her*, and who U in love with the lady
to apiculture; MrJndwm Heard I be asked of the Florida East
be,too sudden or too severe. The come from Northern and Western Eu
factor In Morroccan affairs. I Venetla. The play U full of heroism
Important of Macon secretary of the association; Railway Company to lay the said i
Davis murders without a parallel rope.
i France 'H as announced, had consent in this section are and the equal of any "It has. never been charged that the Ur. J. J. Wader of Cordele. president; but not melodramic. though 'several I er under'their spur track which 1
.
y ell with relactanoe to the International human butchery ever committed in Immigrant is Illiterate, and the figures Dr. J. S. Howkln, of Savannah ana scene have such an 4heir Intensity u to I. to the Royal Palm Uotel'the'a

conference suggested by Germany Mr. A. I. Root of MeJ1 a. 0., editor lift the audience to feet with track crowing Avenue D.
show that there is
tie the State. It is a duty we owe themto more Illiteracy
sW and propose by Sultan of Moroc assailants th native American. It be of Gleanings In Bee Culture. and thebest wild applause. I Governor Asked Fee It...... '
see that their are punished among is to
co. ',Now there seems to be'a hitch PIth If possible and' It is likewise a expected that the 'Immigrant seeks known bee man in the United Th* fourth act of "t'ader two: Disposing of this matter.

w. proceedings. France win doubtless treatment he State Flax*" .I* usually cut out or moderated has been one of general
duty that we owe our women and our at the hospitals because
i finally yield, Ebe can hardly afford addressee of the considered too dtep for several "
for months but
homes 'In furtb rtD&!their protection has to do the hardest tad most dangerous The papers and bring nor so i
to'ao to.war with Germany but bet not with the Miami the recent rains
beekeepers whose names appear oa amateur *o heavy eke matter
work and la therefore
: and safety against the invasions of more
thai la what mar; occur. degrading and designing scoundrels. likely to meet with accident the program will be calculated to Increase talentwho have already mastered and offering a reward, for the 'a; '"

.. Humanity.Christianity and right, demand The United States Is strong because the knowledge of the member will give it creditable presentation. area and conviction of the person. .
President Roosevelt has purchased. a' these exigencies. it possesses an Amalgamation of of the association In bee culture and This act show Cigarette at tht quarters persons committing the Davis '.

cottage la Virginia, near Red Hm. Ii' types. It also for political and give them advanced Ideas and methods of the Grand Marshal, pleallag den Saturday night, was .take*-
In offering a reward for,the,captureand stands
Ir'related that when he went down punishment of the Davis slayers religion freedom and so long as there In the carrying on of their WO '1t. Mr. for the msn the loves, and la the second but a* the crime occurred outside

4 there the other dar "he noticed that those citizens,who have no subscribedare exist in any part of the world people Root will deliver an Illustrated a* scene, beet she gives herself up the city limit it was the sense or.)

r an elderly woman was about to board deserving of the greatest praise. who are being persecuted for their political dress on some of the phases of beekeeping tee the Arab, who have sworn to have council that it had no right to ap

t the train, and;with Pule usual courtesy anfeo mendatioa. They have shown i or religious beliefs, so long will that Is certain to be very valuable ber 1U. in order that she_may plead prate money for that purpoee.\

c be rushed forward to assist her." That to those who attend the con (with them to send a messenger with motion however prevailed that
that such crimes will not be tolerated; we have to keep our doors open. ,.
.'done, be grasped her band and gaveIt' her hero. The
Former Immigration Commissioner ventlon. a fresh steed to save Governor of the State of Florida.
of this
that they desire the avenging I
an 'executive .hake. This was goIng Mr. Root will play throughout is one ot the moot requested to offer a reward ia :
With klnetotcope
terrible deed but above all other objects SenDer said It was not true, as alleged a i ,
w' too far. anj the woman snatching that_ they would establish a precedent :.It in the call for the conference, that the how, the most approved methods of pretentious ever attempted. by ama sum of $500 for the capture'of

: her band away and eying him 'wrathfully against the committing of such great majority of new arrivals are from hiving a swarm of bees. In the picture teurs. guilty party or parties aad

exclaimed: Young man. I doll'tbmr'"h crimes and Insure the protection of the jails asylumand poorhouse of : bee are seen pouring out of the Those who will present the play ingly the following telegram ,v-

k yea are. aa4 I don't care a their neIghbors aid mankind against Europe. He said that while In office hive flylng'IU' the air. clustering on I i and their respective characters are: seat to the chief executive ot '.<

cent, but I Janet* say yon are the f eeh- the assassin's .fell blow. he had,tried to scatter the immigrants the limb of a tree are'sawn off by Sortie CertUrf the First Ufe Guard, State at Tallahassee:

est somebody rte ever seen In these all the denied their owner, dumped In front of the afterward known as Louis Victor "Miami Fla. June :c.lion. .
and
over
Indications are that, the case will country I
= ; -S.' The president' tens this:as a deep and hard ferret but the that the steamship ompanles encouraged entrance to the new hive are seen Prof. HallBerkeriey rI N. B. Broward. GovemorjlFlorida

good Joke oa hlmseif.' ,The worn* prove people have coufldenceujn tp the authorities' .Immigration running In. are literally cooped ur I I Cecil. Ws brother-. .J. X Tallahassee Fla.; "

s wai,not an'.F..F.'Y. If the had been and know 'that If they fall in "Those who ten yon about these: by handful, and finally hired.The i Osborne. "The City Council of Miami
;; the'woul" UTe; hare,, said "I dent immigrants I moving picture machine will Lord Rockingham. Known u the requests you to offer a reward 1
"these this human bunt. it will i t not;: be fora 700,000 or 1000.000 coming \,
k' give a"cent.,. or "freshest" or lack of vtgllence or competency.The Into, this country lose sight of how also be used to show the process of seraph Bet Hinton. 1500 for the arrest and conviction1.

parts' Such language Is never used should and no doubt many leave during the year" declared halting or bruising bees to prevent Rake. aa Irish knight of the pigskin the person or persons, who' i m
from aa educated and refined woman. j-ewards of extracting -George Marfltt C. E. Davis and his daughter
the .
warming
.. ..m.prove an Incentive to others to' Emil L. Boas, manager of the Ham process
r take"the field'and'work both for the burg-American Steamship Line. Last honey etc. CoL Chiteanroy. called tilt Back: near Miami June 21. DOS. The Ja
FARMING IN FLORIDA. The headquarter of the convention Hawk-G. D. Bros ler. ter is believed to hare tctaly '
571.000 here in
year passengers came
,- __ money consideration and in the Interest
the steerage and during the same will be at the DeSoto. The meeting Ben Davis a Welcner-George Dun

of justice, and it,Is the belief ana period assaulted."F.
I Jlauy reports have gone abroad that slayers 32!,000 left In the steerage. That will be held in the banquet halt can. VT. Hahn,
trust that ,the of this man
Florida was lIoi a,good State for general and residents 'and friend in trings the percentage down from 64 to The program will be as follows: I Baroul a Jewish money lenaer "Attett: M. R. Kellum

farming. This;I _fmmeous.. ac- woman., S6. Convention called to order at 111 XVUliam Pope.Petit "City Clerk.
cordimg to the reports of the Commissioner the community. wIll.be', apprehended I Ptcpon J. Osborne..
"It has been said that a. ai.
the
poverty
punished
and then in the manner de-
'
of Agriculture. The totals as Pierre Matou B. Peacock.Clgarettee. Deafness Csnnot Be Car4
stricken hordes of Prayer.
creed by law for the crime they have I Europe are flocking
given la bushels and pounds, as well committed. to the United States. Information Address of melcome.Response the friend ot the Hag-

; ,as dollars and cents Indicate a prosperous furnished by; the Commissioner General by J. J Wilder, president :. )fIn ERe! Welch. I by local applications a. they ,

farming section says, the-Fort" 'AP'OF'ST: of Immigration states that the immigrants Discourse by J. D. Smith, entomologist Vecetla. lArd Rockingham': sister; reach the diseased portion of the'
'' ,. LUCIE COUNTY. It
,.m., I Pler.'eA'ewe:,,: ." r. 1 who arrived" here last :year and Dr. J. D. Reynolds: of Mar afterward Princes Corona- Mia BQ There I* only one way to cure di

:If 1*"only"recently. that any greatamonat brought with them $::0.000,000.! and ietta. I lie Boyd. and that is by constitutional i
It'I I Being Made bySaweyor Fries
of bay,.hasbeen1grown for that those who came the before Paper on bee culture by Judson I I Lady Gaenevere.- Miss Pearl Gardner Deafness II caused by aa
year
and Will Be One.J. .
= a Complete .1
'feed but It,wfll o.IT boa few jean I brought 118,000,000 with them. Heard, of August. condition of the mucous lining otEustathian <

before Flortdads-supplying Itself. with. Mr. Boas was*Interrupted by a. delegate Illustrated discourse on honey bee. Nora McShaae. Venetla' maid Tube. When this tab.;
0. Fries of Bre-
'all the fodder it can use and will be? yard county,,who county has surveyor been doing all who said he understood that the by A. J. Root, of Medina O i Miss Ethel Weatherley.Djelma. Inflamed you hare a rumbling i .

:shipping* ".,.outsider Con is being the surveying la this section for nearly priests In foreign countries were actIng Commercial aspect of the bee by an Arab girl-Mrs. George Imperfect hearing and when tt.

iIi grown to a greater extent and more tea ,' has taken field notes as Immigration agents: This statement Dr. J. S. Howklns. Murfitt.Trooper. > tirely closed deafness la the,

successfully: each year and it promises years was flatly denied by Mr. Boas General discussion. of the Chasseur, etc.- and unless the Inflammation can,
for a long time the idea of making
: :'to become' a profitable Crop ere long With who declared' that foreign The amusements will be a trip to Members of the company. taken oat and this tube restored to f
governments
i Florida beef and pork hne"lIot been a map of the county, sahe are forever eta the alert and Tybee. automobile ride through the Synopsis of Event normal condition, hearing wd betrayed <
Fort Pierce NewL'11Ile this .
r 1 up to.tile;standard always but ,since week Mr. Fries brought to here the office are anxious to keep their people at city and a trip to Thunderbolt on the Act England; down oa the shires; forever: nine cases out oC.I

the stock taea bTe'took to feeding home. salts. the great race; the forged note; a are caused by catarrh, which ts '
their tattle/1II1ea4 of depending on a small sketch"of a portion of a proposed Commissioner, Watchorn said be steeplechase for life. Inc bat aa inflamed condition ot
which he is workbtgfor
the prairie entirely there la as good a St: Lade.map county.It oa stated on his honor tnat at the present RURAL RESIDENTS Act II-Algiers; after twelvemonths mucous surfaces. ,

'"graded nteat produced in Florida-as time the law Is being rigidly and AND RURAL ROUTE ; arrival of Cigarette with paper We win give one hundred
win
in UT State la the Union. be about a yard spuare when soldier of for case of deafness (caused
;1 honestly enforced. I think, however,, ; a France; capture of any ,
mounted will be
-.Sweet,potatoes hare always' fen a eYer"detan.vand /'very complete that some people who are coming here Some time ago the United States the Arab chief wife; dispatcher from catarrh) that cannot be eared ty 1

e great..crop" la,Florida aqd they,caa*be In. etc The townships, sections ought not to be allowed to Ln.!." postofflce department accepted the petition Algiers. Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars I

'grown la every section of he State, blocks lots, will all.be exactly M. V. Richards, agent of the Southern of various residents of that Act III-Evening at the Nest of the F. J. Cheney A Co.. :To

but It Is only within the'past five years loath all ,the streams, lakes, Railway said the'South is la need district lying north and west of theI Silver Pheasant; the Little Leopard of Sold by Druggists. TSc h
'
prairies kind of
r that Irish potatoes have been generally growth, stations cemeteries of millions of w rkers. A letter from I limits of Miami to establish a rural France; "I'could kID yon and I will; Take HaU's Family Fills for '

known here. Now:they are one school houses, churches, &114poDU Governor fl. B. Glenn of North Carolina mall delivery route and made the an- the blow;;" Too lie, and you know patSoa.MIAMI .
of
Interest will
of the big crops. Tomatoes and beaU be clearly shown which was read stated that be I' nonnement that an Inspector wouldbe you Ue."
and all those
have been among the leading products < who subscribe for one would like, if possible, to have the t sent here to go over the territoryand i I Act .-An interval of two days The 3-too schooner Reliance <
of the In advance have '
for a number of,yean, and celery, lettuce maps can the stream If immigrants diverted to map it out with the object of Installing the camp la the desert an hour before Into the bay Monday morning

y onions And"ever j other vegetable name of their place or plantation North Carolina. the carrier system but up I sunrise; to the Grand Marshal: landed at the hotel dock Mr. and :

is grown proUficaDy. and with very. printed on It.'t In ,: to the present time the Inspector ha Lady Veneda's appeal to Black Hawk; Ceo. A. Hoefler and little daugh

Ottle" extra effort. will The be map wen will be done'on'colors and Just What Everyone Should Do. not put in an appearance and the petitioners I the meeting of Rockingham u.1"Ie> who made the trip from New i

la fruits :Florida leads the world the mounted cloth papier.and Mr. J. T. Barber of InrinvUle. Ga, are becoming anxious and tor: 1 am ready to die; give )'OIU'I with Miami as their destination.'
printed on best surface
,* wlth'fpllleappiHo oranges, grapefruit, I will be invaluable It always keeps a ,bottle of Chamberlains Impatient at the delay.An < signal;" timely arrival of Cigarette; Beefier who la aa expert up

lemons, lime.,persimmons,' avocado to the new county Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Beemdj inquiry at the postoQce: this "France! France Death of Cigarette. come to this city to make It his;
and wm serve as
advertisement
a great
pears,watermelons,eaateloupes,strawberries by showing the number of developed at hand "ready for Instant use. Attacks morning elicited the fact that the local maaent home. He has

r, : huckleberries, grapes and places. of colic cholera morbna and dl- authorities have nothing to do to The Salve That 'fenetrattt, cottage oa west Twelfth street

{ peaches. All of these are grown successfuTly V arrhoea come on so' suddenly that the premises except to establish the will Immediately begin to settle i

"' and hundreds of people,have A Guaranteed H-HWMV Car there is no time to hunt a doctor or go carrier system when so authorized; DeWItt'a Witch Hazel Salve penetrates to butlaets. la coaversaUosi with

made comfortable fortunes raising foe Piles. to the store for"medicine. Mr. Barber neither do they know at what or the pores of the skin and by its Metropolis representative Mr,

them Itching blind bleeding or protruding says: 1 hare tried Chamberlain' about what time the Inspector: will antiseptic nblfocient and healing Influence Her said that he had had Miami

't.a It la a poor farmer Indeed, who cannot piles.,f;Druggists refund money' If I Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy be here as they will not be advised It subdues inflammation and mind for everal.years aa a i d

make a good living for his family PAZO OINTMENA faDs to cure U1 boils -" "t at which to locate, bat
which Is one ot the best medicines I until he put in an appearance.In cures barns cuts eczema tetter
la Florida. IT he has anything to start case no matter of bow long standing recently had matters
: I ever saw. I keep a bottle of it in mi discussing tht matter Assistant ring worm and aQ akin diseases. so
with. and la a few years he should be la 6 to 14 days. First application room as I have had several attacks ot Postmater Jones said that recent post- Aspeclfic for blind bleeding and Itching themselves that he could leave

' able to' become. Independent With give east and ''rest We If: your colic and It has proved to be the best e office reports show that there are more and protruding pfles. The original laiaaa. He I* much >easedj

better transportation; facilities and druggist haat,it..4 Me la staamps medicine I ever nsed." Sold by Re4 than six thousand applications BOW and genuine Witch Basel Salve Is what little he has already a

cheaper rates Florida.win be- the Ideal and It win be forwarded pott-paid, by I Cross Pharmacy and medicine deal- before the department ta Wmshiagtoa made by B. C. DeWitt *: Co. and sold Miami and ts sure that he wfll

State. Paris Medicine Co...8t Loafs, MA. en. for rural delivery routes and that the by the Biscayne Drug Co. regret the move he has madeI .*-

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7p Fred i. Has DREDGE JOHNXBABCOCK t OF STATE f 1


Sterry IS VERY GOOD'; LEGAlA ERTISEMENTS I
_
Purchased for Extension Work/


Peace, Proposal to Port Last Fernandina Saturday. 1 Tells of General Health Notice for Publication. Out Of Commission

I In Florida.
Department of the Interior l
-
-
.. --
.. __. .ssf.it The powerful ocean-going tug Land Office at Ga-nesvme. Fla.

bustering fame *. J T. Porter. State health
Pintles
Nearly eveybody not only la Dadetltounty May 22. 1905.
Floyd, commandlBCr came into in the city from his home
but throughout the east coast Notice Is hereby given that the fol
,
jcsad Florida knows or has heard of last Saturday fro 'Fel'D&Ildlna West, says the Jacksonville lowingnamed settler has filed notice Has your Watch or Clock stopped?
The doctor said today
'is" the suction dredge John of his Intention to final
make proofin
Fred Sterry. of hotels Royal
manager by the Florida specially called him here. Bring it to us do the best ''
cently purchase we kind
;Poinclina and Breakers at Palm support of his claim, and that said ,

Beach. Mr. Sterry enjoys: a worldwide Coast Railway Company for of the State he reports proof will be made before, John B. of Repair Work It

3 :' reputation as a hotel manager. purposes in connection with not as much small pox u Rellly U. S. Commissioner at Miami yo have not ry

;'. He 1s also proprietor of the Homestead West extension operations. This disease Is almost ex Fla-, on July 8. 1905 viz.: Daniel M. seen Our New Side Combs 8. high
confine to the colored race.
This dredge with the Rough
Roberts of Homestead Fla. lid.
; Hotel at Virginia Hot Springs,
another crart of the same kin. more typhoid, however. than grade watches
and as such may figure prominently 29912. for the northwest quarter section : you are doing yourself -
type was purchased a few & "be. This is accounted
25. township 56 south, 38
range
fa providing a place and means for
-the boiling of the Russo-Japanese from'the Georgia Dredging ., lack of sanitary precautions east. lie names the following witnesses an Injustice : : : : :

vannah aDd Is a powerful : he is pushing up any locality to his continuous residence
conference. prove s
jteaet, with great capacity. The tug, thoroughly observing this
and cultivation of said
upon r
14 his matter' the following Iron

i thl; New:York Herald-will prove Interesting ed will to bring Savannah down the after Rough of the rural districts there land D, C.yin Brown: of Perrine. Fla. H. T. Whijler The Jeweler12th

riving here br the first of the little attention paid to sani ,
i Should weather conditions In Washington L H. Brown, of Miami Fla.
when the work on the People should know that they Street Miami
on August 1 be unfavorable a D. Jenkins, of Miami. Fla.

,; for the, meeting of peace delegates be well under way. save themselves from Illness O. W. KoseL of Homestead. Fla.
Capt. SteTe Bravo came In the summer season un
: from Russia and Japan, an adjournment -2-to7-7 W G. ROBINSON,
command of the dredge and keep up the rigid sanitary Register.
may be taken to Hot Springs
daunt to CaptFloya on the
..Va. Arrangements to this effect are
less. the law requiring that says there Is no yellow
said to have about been completedby Administrator's Notice
tug or steamer Is out under a r Florida than the Isthmus F. W. HAHN
: ,representatives of this government In Court of County Judge State of ,
a greater length of time than and none In Cubs
whose guests the delegates will Florida Dade county In re Estate
hours that she must have two u Architect
be while negotiations are being carried of Elijah Smith. and Builder ,
masters and a double crew Task.
Huge
.{. .on. To all Creditors. Legatees Dtatrtbuteesznd -
The trip .down was pleasant huge task to undertake the
Within a few days men will be put AU Persons Raving Claims I now nave in my employ one of the! best

10 work to prepare a place of meet eventful. such a bad case of kidney or Demands Against Said Estate: draftsman in the South and am better

'tag at the Hot Springs. To settle u that of C-F.Collier of Cher You and each of yon are hereby prepared than ever for furnishing plans '
The Children's Favorite. but Electric Bitters did It and details for rood buildings, fine cabinet ;
the matter the word of President notified and required to present any
For coughs croup whooping : : "My kidneys were so far work, eta I am now headquarters t '
Roosevelt alone Is necessary: ; Already claims and demands which you or
for
turned
etc. One "Minnie Cough' Cure not sit on a chair with- work, scroll sawing and all
;1.e has signified his approval of the either of you may have against the work usually done in a FIRST class
children's
favorite. That Is
and suffered from
;:place to one of his Cabinet officers. ; estate of Elijah Smith, deceased late planing mill
It contains opiate, is backache headache and de
:4i; Count Cassinl. to whom the matter no4 of Dade county Florida to the undersigned Send ,
order for
me doors win,4
harmless, tastes good and cores. In Electric Bitters, however your and
was referred, as Ambassador from administrator of said estate
by the Biscayne Drug Co. I a cure and by them was re ''the dow frames ballusters ,brackets etc
;*nssis, expressed hearty approval of within two months from date

the plan., ,Through the Third Secretary perfect health. I recom hereof. and be convinced MIAMI TLA
JAPAN TO NEED great tonic medicine to an
i Dated May 30. 1905.D.
of the Japanese Legation the
.
.. FOREIGN
liver stomach.
kidneys or
plan ,was also, referred to M. Tata- E. Smith. Administrator. .
( an druggists price We. .
by
;
;.hlra. Japanese Minister, and although C-2-SL
New 24. K.
Yorfcjnne -
"f'Abe has never. visited the springs begave .
foreign financial agent of Tomato
"J. ,approval to the plan, so far as APHORISM Notice for Publication.. Wrappers
whose efforts the war loans were
Ills country's delegates are concerned. Department of the interior
ed, left this city today en
He said that he would leave the selection underrate the intelligence of Land Office at Gainesville Fla, Don't wait till the tomatoes are
home
In response to a summons
-,. of a meeting place entirely In lIe may know more Mar 23. 1905.
the ) ripe before -
Japanese Imperial orpering
the,hands of the United States govern- article you are showing Notice Is hereby given that the fol- your; pa-
Finance. Mr. Takahashi will sail '
"
t and that the,I Japanese 'dele do. lowing named settler has filed noticeof per.V ; have THE BEST -
** San Francisco on July 3. .
gates would gladly meet anywhere on every article you his Intention to make commutation
lie will appear before the '
f that was agreeable to this country ted to sell" so you can talk proof in support of his claim, and that Manila Wrappers '
cabinet immediately on his I
"f'Mr.. Loomis.,Asslsl&nt Secretary oi and knowingly. That la said proof will be made before John
Toklo and confer with the I
''State In ,whose:hands the President upon the advisability of goods-convincing tailed. n. Rellly, U. S. Commissioner, at Miami made and our prices are right. Order flow'

left the peace arrangements, Is said I the price-that will take Fla. on July 8, 1905. viz: Maria "
I ther large loans In foreign \
to',be going ahead with the negotiations I e1t. Florence Gazram. of homestead Fla,
the event that peace seems :IItJcIIFJ: ; &
for,quarters at the Hot Springs a customer tomes In, don't lId. 31 CCS, for the southeast qua-ier ConsWiIson&Flye
Japan It is explained: will need
;for 'the delegateS and.for aplace for you Jo, drag yourself out of section 34, township EC south range \
siderable amount of
money .
A plan of the New Homestead as though ;you were dis 38 eas\ He names the following witnesses .
war to give impetus to her
; Hotel Is now before him. as'Is a rest, but jump up and to prove his continuous residence
While business In Japan at
!.'.a plan of the Casino,near the hotel or hIm as though yon were upon and cultivation of said
,
in no way injured yet if the
'..which is believe;; will be the meetIng to wait on them.; Act so land via:
vanced by the Japanese people
place.. Offers have been made by ask for :yon the next time Ceo. W. Kneel of Homestead, Fla.
I first war loan of S2SO.OOO.OOO
;Fred Sierry, proprietor: of the hotel, to "h"I to the story The sales F. )I. Spencer, of Homestead Fla.
turned to them on the
Eire every, accommoJatlon: the dele- I Is being constantly asked for Anna L. )Meeker of Homestead Fla. e
the ,war It will give DI.UU m
can wish.; With the Hot Springs : industries. never has to worry Frank Kanan of Homestead Fla.
life to Japanese
six.: hours:by' railroad from Washington I job c-: to 7-7 W. G. ROBINSON
AU departments of business, Groceries
Staple Fruits
/he has.volunteered to told special : Register.
believed, win be vastly ben ,
trains at the disposal or,the dele- A Bad Scars ---
1 this: large amount of money
;
I gates, so that If necessary they can Notice to Debtors and Creditors. TOBACCOS
:' back Into commercial channels
'.rasa back to .Washington at any'time. day jtm will get a bad scare Creditors, legatees, distributees and ,

Mr. Sterrys representative flTl pain In bowels, '
was Whooping Cough In Jamaica.Mr. your all persons having claims or demands AND CIGARS
i..called :to Washington few appendicitis. Safety lies In
a days ago ,
J. Riley Bennett a. against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp,
>to. confer with Mr. Loomis on the New Life Pills, a sure cure, notified to Avenue D and 14th St, MIAMI; FLA. ,
I Brown's Town, Jamaica, West deceased, are hereby present
iY m&uaand at that time arrauceIenta' bowel and stomach diseases, .Aaa-W ,..
Islands, writes: 1 cannot the same to the undersigned
:,) were carried so tar that the headache biliousness, costive-
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highly of Chamberlain's Cough within two years after the first publication
'approval of the President. all thatnecessarily' :. Guaranteed at aU drug
i edy. It .has proved itself to of this notice, failing, which,
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: remains before .negotlaHone 25 cents.: Try them.
.. are concluded. best remedy for whooping the tame will be pleaded In bar of 1

which Is prevalent on this end their demands.
: H. Bliss, Pensacola's new
.globe. It has failed to WeWaRtveryGrowerIN
4 BIllocs Bill the, sleepy head .1' fever r Is turning 'em np some, and Henrietta Trapp,
where I
In any case
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Administratrix of the Estate
Dearly loved to lay a-bed: 11t- and grateful mothers,after removed several city offi

,Couldnt wake him If yon shook him; office for various causes, L. Trapp deceased.
t. are dally thanking me for
f ,When his slumbers overtook him. them." This remedy Is for for boodU .c. Bliss Is an Cocoanut Grove. Fla. M THEQSTATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

," Suddenly he'started'wakingEVry man and probably knew Cocoanut: Grove Fla. 5tt .
( Red Cross Pharmacy. and all : C
$01 morn when day was breaking to start in his work of ..
dealers. Florida Vegetablea,"-A eoajUU naaaal of ..
Florida
,What's this made necromancer: up and protecting the dry NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. i frogs

EARLY that's CROWELL. of Interior Florida Orara&--ex< special tatsrwt ta 0I'UIII1I'Oftn, }
RISERS the answer.f HAHN employees: when he Department .ihe

The famous little pills Early JUa n" : His example Is commenda ,Land Office at Gainesville Fla. Florida Strawberries."-A Booklet oa "SoU Varieties ttFertnUaUco. :' "

f Care constipation,. sick headache, bflJJonsaess. Well Knowq Young Mlamlan worthy of emulation. June :s. 1905. ."

etc. by their tonic: effect on a Popular Tennessee GIrL Notice Is hereby given that the fol. Irish Potatoes.-. Booklet oa "l01I,. Seal Planting sad CalttraUoa; CBMIof v

1M 111'er._' ,They never gripe or sicken, men like women in plain aim- lowing-named settler has'flled notice Fartfflsers, Dtggfag and Salpplag.

Impart early rising energy. Goodchildren Wednesday, June 14. Mr. ," says the Houston Post of his Intention to make commutationproof PlaeappU iTsrtlllxlng.- special: laUrest to pin apple des art,

.;fo r : or adults. Sold by the Haan,,of this city was united In more like a plea for econ In support of his claim and that Ideal! J'wtI11Mn.-IIoot showing an our different brands analyses itlsea.e .

Biscayne Drug' Co. flags to Miss Irene CroweU an exhibition of taste. said proof will be made before John .& ..
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.i r Dome of the bride's parents B. Reilly.. U. 8. Commissioner, at his New and Revised Edldoos of fee above Jut p.bUaa /.seat free for the aaka .

;;NOVEMBER- 13- TO. 25, INCLUSIVE., Tenn. Of tie event the Bristol Ankle, Stiff Neck., Lams office at Miami. Fla. on August B,

ald cays: Shoulder. 1905 vis: John Walker, of Perrine.Fla ,

j Dates Set for the State Fair at Tampa "A. beautiful home wedding are three common ailments ., lid. 31647, for the northwest WILSON & TOOMBR,\ FERTILIZER COMPANY

f" Some Covnty"Prlze.. emnized at the home of Mr. Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is quarter Of section Zl, township (C ,

Wm. CroweO. No. 607 Alabama. valuable. U'promptly ap south, range :39! east He names the JACKONVILLE, Fla.

,The dates of the'State Fair to beheld at 10 o'clock on the 14th. when : win save you time, money following witnesses to prove his continuous .

*. at Tampa have been set for No- Irene CroweD became the .c when troubled,with any residence upon and cultivationof Chase 4 O37-, Agents,

,.member 13 to ,25, Inclusive' ,and the Mr. Charles Hahn of MlamL ailments. For sale by Red said land, viz: I -""" ,

foUoTlng are some of the county. ceremony wax performed by : and an medicine deal- H. A. Proctor C. W. MIL J. F HU- BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD

prize already"agreed upon: Wm. Burle h. of the First Hard, and 0 A. Gossmaa. all of Per i Cutler Little River. '

"i:..,.a For the',county having, the largest thurch.: of this city the tine Fla. 6,3010;, : w

t and best general display of" citrus ceremony being ased. The Mrs. E. B. Romfh of Mi W. G. ROBINSON. Register.

: traits, agricultural products,_hortlcnl-: beautifully decorated In red and have been on their honey

.;'. torah cotton' tobacco, minerals, fort for the wedding and lighted stopped off at St Augustine NOTICE OP EXECUTRIX. Miami Bottling Works

"i .try, live stock; Industries, extacatlonal candles presented a charming two this week en route .
AU
concerned win take
persons notice
; work, ladles' work and art. $!,(HX ance. Mr. Romfh was formerly one
: that six months after date I win WALL & DICKINSON. Props.
For the COl1l1tJ'ma.tJ.D the second '
<< "The bride looking very IW popular boys.- Titus
present my,final accounts and vouchers '
largest and' "best general display 11.000 white net over white silk was : as executrix of the estate of John lath Street, X ear R. R., M lami, Fla ,

-t! For the county making the third her friend Miss Lotu Hobson r
J. Hayden late of Dade County, d.
>largest and best'cenerat display f Suu groom who stood under a Fred Ratter.. thor Manufacturer of 1
ceased: to the County Judge of said
: For the county making the fourth ding bell made of white daisies. I mad and disgusted this morn\ final
and
county pay for my discharge
"j:, ,largest and best general display $250. "A number of friends and all because as he' termed It. j as executrix 'TO saJd estate.FLORENCE All Kinds of

For the county making the, fifth of the bride were present to niggers won't work. Mr. j P. HADEN I

cf largest and best general display, ISO. the happy event )lr. and Mrs. I EM the contract for 'digging j Drinks
Executrix Estate of J. J. HaJen. [) Soft
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For the county making the sixth left Immediately on the for the laying of the ceased. e..j I 1 jS

largest and.best general display $100.: vestibule for Atlanta Palm j
on .the south side of the I January 13. 1905. 1-14-Cm Prompt Attention to An Oraers. Out-of-Tcwn Orders Solicited.
St. Augustine, before going to I the progress of the work

No Secret About It. future home at Mlamlj },.. retarded because he can't

It I.,110 secret, that for cats burns train left the station, showers men to do the.Jigging. "II AJ DYSPEPSIA CIIRE

ttlcers, fever" sores., sore eyes boils, wishes accompanied by rice men this morning" said !'

,t'' etc. nothingIs! so effective as ,Buck the happy bride and groom" "but I can't get 'envThere I I j I A Ak DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

t leas Arnica Salve. It fflont take long Mr. Hahn Is prominently of Idlers around the streets

\ to cure a bad sore I hat!. tad It Is aU with the establishment of won't work for love or mon 'i T1ali' omknnaro. +s,Karsotrdrr..irAasa/.Ns.r
.IMtae air a rya LuoaA9OeY ell
.;': ,*OK. for 'sore eyes,' writes 'T>. L. Hicks, and he and his bride are Is needless to say that Fred V W' ,
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I! C. DeWITT 6c COMPANY CUICA.OO. D.1..
,:, ,:Gregory, of Hope!. Texas. 25c'at'an welcomed to Miami by a g advocate of a vagrancy

i :: druggists- of Mends compulsory labor Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200, year Calendary. a

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f I-I'r a CLurch.r Benevolent and Protective Order
PEOPLE J of Elks

uuu AND TBYfl A GEORGIA MOB .:. .. "
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Editor Miami Metropolis: ousness... Exceptions are only apparent The order of Elks was orgaaued InNew was described as fleet of tool aad,:,'

Sir-A treat wrong has beoa never reaL York City In 1868. timorous of doing wrong avoiding aU
D<
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But how then, can re be safe, when Coarles Algernon Sydney Vivian reentry combats except la fighting for
done and we are all profoundly grieved or stealthily Occurred Near Watkinsville Last After threat.'
vice stalks rampant Butchery Night arrived from "Herri England. female and In defense of the young
sad shocked. We remember our threatens our doors. The question tf t was the real starter of a fraternity and helpless aa4 weak." ,

dead with fondness; our sympathies fair, and must be met. The answer Keys Had Been forced From the Jailor. which has attained grea4 and surprising The fame of the good work performed .

- + are deeply stirred tor the bereaved; is that the arms of a right spirit (the I proportions and which Is certainly by the then numerically small ":

seas of outraged Justice burns pious say God) are a better protec- I unique among the societies of unimportant order spread and lodges ,
our tion than walls and bars, and the the world. were soon established a number of
within and we yearn over on- A member of the Merchants' Association
us.
shield o< our Father's love a greater I Mr. Vivian was the son ot a clergy the larger cities of the East. ;
protected womanhood.which trembles security than armed guards. There MEN TAKEN TOCENTER in discussing the reward man. He was a professional singer-a fin 1S74 there were but two lodge. '
with .pp eDa10D. Our hearts bleed Is an old story (Acts 12: Ill which amounting to $250. offered by the association -ballad singer as he styled himself. kith a combined membership of less _,

ant .our hands are clenchedWhat makes this plain (though some may I for the apprehension and He did not partake of parental austerity than 100.la .
OF TOWN conviction of the party or partieswhoso .
dot use another name than God.) but the contrary 1 all
ban we say! What shall we on possess* 1882 there were fonrtea lo4I- r
brutally murdered Mr. C. E. Davis {
crimes touch f
and
How.then whydo
the characteristics ot the
The desire to avenge a great wrong I peripatetic with combined
a membership ot: 1404. w'
t and daughter Elsie last Saturday ''
of three the innocent! That Is something no man of the He versatile .
4one to others Is a complex stage. was Tea later '
(1MZ there
years were X23
night, stated this morning that It
tell and the wise man never I is
these noble man can and
two of man musically otherwise. He
at least
o pus ona. not the Intention of the association lodges, with members numbering IV, .,
public spirit and the passion forrilhteowlll. tries to explain the fearful paradox. And There Riddled With Bullets. was of cheery sod sunny nature. 241. Tne growth.ot the orrder thereafter
to place the in bank, J
Walt till read the end of the I money any or
; .... la all fairness tils'must yon ,To while awn the long winter '
:
was rapid tad sab
other place of keeping, as the merchants very very "
AS to I story. Only Its writer knows how evenings Vivian and number of
be generously recognized. Three of Them Were Held for a con stsatlal as welL
will end. God Is writing did not feel lire tying up that
the third factor a word later on. any story genial spirits who were guests at a '
sum for an Indefinite period, but that Today there are over UMO lodges.
the book of human life-by shaping Misdemeanors While'
Passion Is the world's great motivepower Many respectable but not specially pretentious -
the association stands to with( a membership running Into hua- :
ready
passion for righteousness the human life. If you Jo not believe In pay boarding house, organized th* ;
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y central current of moral progress To a personal God at least you believe Other Five Were Charged With over the sum subscribed u soon U a -Jolly Corks. The Idea proved popular dreds of thonsaadsw p
In of Things (for no man conviction shall have- been secured Vivian the founder of the !**
a Spirit on
decry passion, U such is to bar the Murder and Criminal Assault. even If the name given the or
path of human advance. now believes In chaos, but In order and to the party the court says Is entitled ganlzation was neither poetic nor' en- died at (.I.adnDe. Colo. la 1IJO. Nine. ,

-i't Passioa for righteousness wu themothe and progress, shaped either from to It. during.In years later the remains were takoe. '

that underlined all ancient de- within or from without or .both) and I looking around for a suitable from a practically nnmanea and .sheared '.

- Telopmeatand Is the keynote of Old on the God who is the Spirit of Thingsall Atlanta, Ga. Jane If.- A special The tug Kathleen, owned by Con name a committee, happening to meetat for grave,and boned la the
philosophies now agree. Trust and to the Journal from Watkinsvlll., beautiful Elks Rest ot Boston Lodge
Testament literature. ernor N. B. Broward, will leave for 'Barnum's Old Museum were favorably I
obey this Spirit and all goes well says that eight negroes were filched In MC Hope Cemetery.Mrs. .
Passion for conquest and government Santiago de Cuba next Saturday struck by the appearance of
p made Home; for art and philospy But grow Impatient distrustful, reckless near there today. The negroes were night The tug Is to be sold to a Span a fine elk's head whlca occupied: a i

sad science, Greece; for liberty, self-wflled and all goes wrong. held In Jail on the charge of assaulting ish company for use In the harbor of: conspicuous place la the museum. la 8 W Metcalfe. of Miami to;

$ the Anglo-Saron race and the American Finis coronat opus-the end crowns the young wife of a young white Santiago. Capt. W. T. Lewis win be looking up the history of the elk the a guest of her sister.. Mrs. WIt1.$..

nation. Outside the moving pow.ei I the work. Just now the scaffoldings farmer near there. in command of the tug on the trip committee became deeply Impressedby Stevens, on Palmetto avenue. Oa(S

of passion there Is no progress, no are up the building Is only half-shap to Cuba.-TlmesITnlon. The Kathleenwill a description of the animal In Gold Saturday next these ladles will leave. :r
Lope for the human race. When ed, disorder and debris and apparent SEVEN BLACK; ONE WHITE. put Into this port for coal and smith's "Animated Nature" and But for a limner's outing m Illinois and j|
I apathy takes the place of religions waste are all around-and only the Atlanta Ga., June 29, Later A I,I water tons "Natural' History. The elk' Michigan. Daytona Halifax Journal.; ,
: from Watkinsville. Ga. says ,
dies of commercial ardor Architect knows the designed and special .z.
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wholesome result. To work patiently: that eight negroes and one whit man I
of patriotic
: .commerce decays;
shrink. ant trustingly under his orders II''II were taken from the Jail there at mid I I '
devotion, public righteousness
the of safety and comfort. Whatever night by a mob of masked men who
It not be way
and nation rota. can .
4 made ore too plain that passion Is a God- ones religion or philosophy, this I I forced the jailor to give up the keys With Each 50c and $1 Pnrcliase

given power for high ejid and that is the Imperious law of life, and those I under threat of dynamiting me ,alL

Jt should be nourUbeJ. ; who unflinchingly obey this law find 1 Securing the prisoners they took I 1

But passion must be governed by I comfort as they go along, and satisfaction -I them to the center of the town, tied ,
them to a fence and shot them kill.lag I II
it in the ultimate outcome: otherwise ,
found judgment and dDscl nce, or '
,
only devastates instead of building no man securely ends either. all eight. One negro was slightly :

tip. ?!ituiisc! and assassination 'In Our dead nave passed beyond mortal 1, wounded and fell to the ground, j
reform pain. It Is we, who are still here, | feigning[; dead. He was discovered' '

Jt"l.:1ha1 and! stiffened onlyweakeDe.I the neck: of despotism. that suffer. Our bleeding hearts find | and hastily put to death. I You make at our store Monday you

Seio&l passion, duly governed, breedslove rest and peace only when trustingly One of the eight was implicated ant II j I
laU on the altar of Right. There we an attempted assault upon the wile j
founds families -
Y :, buiMs ungoverned.homes It and breeds find peace-and.all O power. I, of a young farmer near here Wednesday will have a pick of a pile of ; ,,

W. W. K ; four others were believed to
K, North )Miami the Jail the pest house
All Miami, Fla, June 2., 1!+.05. be connected with the murder of Holbrook -
rime, decay and remorse. passion
P and wife, several weeks ago, packages containing
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, obeys the same law; the law Isas I
c- Inevitable and .. Invincible: as SAD DEATH AT DELRAY. i iDefray. I and the other three were held In jail
June 27. j on minor misdemeanors '
.
gravitation. The passion of righteousness
ungoverned,by sound Judgmentand Mrs Tomb, aged 73 years died at1! After committing their crimes the 'I

conscience.: Is like a river out of the home of her daughter, Mrs L H. ; mob quietly dispersed. 1 1I

Its banks, leaving ruin ,nd despair Burton. Monday night at 12 o'clock

ct:, In Sound Its wake Judgment. and conscience require has after been a few a great days sufferer sickness.tram Mrs asthmafor Tomb YALE BLUE DOWNIN leather.Pocket Books ::
and
hand Bags
of us absolute deference to the the past thirty years. She has Fancy
made her home with Mrs. for]
toward better things Burton
drift of the ages
t
DEFEATNew
T hundred the past five yean and bad made DARK Frames
For at least thirty-five years, Baskets Pictures and Picture
since Moevs established refuge for themanslayer many frienJs among the residents of ,
the Delray. who will miss her and extend
aad obliged avenger
Aci of btoe* to submit to court ot law, to the bereaved daughter their sym I
Mr. and Mrs. Burton took the
pathy.
ef the w tracked releatlsauly -
the treait ages
London Casa, Jane 25. -Perfect -
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body North Tuesday night to HomelsrUle.
of courts and
Ia the groove weather and smooth water mad
N. Y. where she will be buried. I
discountenanced all private vengeance
has i auspicious conditions for the twenty .
Besides Mrs. Burton there Is another
of sound
F sad an overriding seventh annual rowing race MtweeaHarn.rd
public law. To disregard this tact daughter Mrs.. Ellison Smith, orHomeln1Ue. and Tale crews today.

Is to flag society la mad rage against Eighteen times Tale has been the
; the of dash Mrs J. Pedersen was very badly ,
stage wan history; why
: victor la 'varsity races. Her tresa-
Burdine &
QuartermanThe
burned Tuesday by pouring kerosene
out oar brains against this rock! Especially mea has also been more successful
when a community has faithful oil on the are When the oil Ignited
Ii than have those rivals from Harvard.
and exploded the can and set fire to
courts aad a competent executiveIs
The four oared race was started at
her clothing which burned her body
and destructive.
such folly wanton cruelly -
11 o'clock and was rowed a distanceof ,
For mUleniums private and arms la a very serious manner. .
r' two miles Harvard winning la a
the fire did not reach her
the universal custom Fortunately
was
*engeaaee, close finish. R
x .of humanity's de- face aDd she win not be disfigured I
stage
a accessary- The eight-oared freshman race, a
vetopweat;. but It.was a barbaric any. Dr.. Thompson has the case In I like distance followed and was taken Racket StoreIS
Rio charge and her resting
barbarians.A reports aj
We longer
are no
.stages by Harvard by a scant length la nine
the comfortable as could be expected this
element has la
sew grown minutes and fifty-five seconds. Tale
'human. life la these three thousand evening.Mr. was five seconds slower. The time In
p." years confidence la the Inner power .,J. D. Turner of Macon Ga,who>> I the four-oared race was: Harvard = THE PLACE
which has been here the put six weeks -
of things. we sometimes
11:22 Tale 11:27.
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Bam the People sometimes the Spirit looking after the harvest ot Ms pine I 1

of Progress, sometimes God, sometime apple crop, left for home, Wednesday 500OO Good Goods at the Lowest Prices
all three ot these; for the three noroing. .
are at heart one. Comma sense makes Mr. George layman's family nave 8 LEGAL PAPERS.FILED

-4 the. AIl wiser: than any one of ns or' been spending a few days with him at
than any temporary body of us. This the Chapman House. Has been our motto since starting our store in Miami six years ago and we are sure thatwe 4

leadership or'the AH we Bust 1m- The canning factory has been unableto Warranty deed, M. Terwtliger and have "made good" from the large and increasing number of customers that come to

t ,. pUcltly trust", and patiently obey, governing ma full force the past two days on wife to Josephine 8. Homer for $4M. us. This reputation we expect to keep up. We will continue to deal fair aad sqnre

r'f passion by Its law.and eIId. account of a shortage of cans, watch I middle on-third of south half lot 10, and with all alike the small purchase receiving the same treatment large ones. Oar

Not to do this,, and to go our own the railroad company are holding up : block 105. Miami.Warranty prices are based upon cost and living profit. What anyone else sells goods for has no ,

gate for yeageanee. Is to meddle at Jacksonville to transfer Into one deed. Edwardo Ganxalei influence with our price We are always on the lookout for the lowest wholesaler and )

meddle with' humanity, meddle with of their own cars and wife to Thos. H. Gleasoa for we think our low retail prices to the consumer has demonstrated that we are fairly successful.
K. McMnllen of 11,500. lot 12. block: 12. Bobbins. Graham
A. the
Consolidated
,
the of meddle with .
Spirit Progress
Let all the goods speak for themselves don't get caught br a ''bait. If wecan't
?' Fruit Company spent Tuesday In and Chllllngworth's addition. .
God This is the third factor 1II'"the
do better by you than any one else, then wedon"t want your trade. Isn't that plain?
desire to avenge a great army," left town In the Interest of his firm. Warranty deed Jas. T. Prow and
unnamed la the first lines above Eugene DlmlclMrf West Palm Beaca wife to Asa Richards for $". lots 11

meddling that devil which poisons drove down and spent the night at and 12. block: 26, section 21, tp. If. Careful Attention to Mail Orders. Write for prices on Anything

n. all gooJ..aad'Corrnpts<< the ben pas- Delray Tuesday. As Mr. Dlmlck sour south, range 41 east. .

'= .dons to base ends. and ruinous results. county commissioner he will be Warranty deed. U. E. Terwmeger to =Handlers of Everything. Everything sold Cheaper=
No man has the right to meddle able to report the condition of the Josephine S. Homer, s 1-1 lot 10. bk. .

,' aad 'ao man, nor any body of county road between here and West 105. Consideration. $1.00.C. .

'men caa" veer meddle, eyes with the Palm Beach, which needs repairs very V. Waugh It Sons to BroadweH W. H. Chaille & Son 1211 Ave. Dfjf' !
purest.motives, 'without missing hisnoble bad In a number .of places Hope *: Moore West Palm Beach, bin of

; aba, spreading disaster, sal there win b* something doing before sale. Consideration. WOO and other

delaysg'procreu la public ,right long. valuable considerations p"i

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,. J TOWN TOPICS. I 'armed from Palm &8<'11. is ]j j (church composed of the Mi.es Wig- The average precipitation for tae i,

: Undertaker and Embalmer lug a large stock of goods and I glngron and Mersn. Brown and Hill, i I,! month has been 3.02 !nches.The great,
i t57tL1t17lVC.iQilVilillitlitiiCeMr.
1300 AVENUE open up a first-class: grocery: accompanied by Mrs. John Burdine.ang : nt monthly: precipitation was 9M
James McComb. Jrof Pompano. D ht the corner of Second street an. sweetly- Asleep in Jetra. aDd I !inches In ISM, and the least monthly +

4 Is shaking hands with' friends is Miami hrllOS&l AtttBtitm Clvcm to Al Call. enue D In about two weeks.' I Precious Name." This morning the I precipitation was .O$ lathes la WOr

t today. remains accompanied by Mrs. S. T. The greatest aount of precipitation

The Tampa Herald of the :flat! Grambling. Mr. John Gramling. Mks.Beard recorded In any one twentyfourhours
Mrs. A. of Prout Contractor W. Graham
the Ja&wa.. to dried nsh. Chapman Avenue A. Is rapidly: II
Try tales a notice of application and Miss Irene Stanley: left wss on the Slit and ZSd. of
Wilson TVs US Is quite Ill, and little hopes are entertained finishing a two story residence for MrA.
Biscayne cod at : ten patent for the the People's for Greenville. Ala.. wbere the Interment 1S31. when 3.40 Inches of rain fen.
for her recorery. Her Knrrus on Fifth street and Avenue
lug and Loan Association with a win be made. The Metropoliswas July has an average of 11' clear
k Brown has been appointedto daughter. Miss MarcJe. who has been B. The bnlding has ten rooms, threeclosets
Claude ital stock of 500000. Among In error :yesterday: afternoon instating days; IS partly cloudy days, and f
visiting friends in South Carolina attired and four halls and Is built I y
to the local postofflce
a position corporators is J. R. Tatnm who Is that Miss Stanley had been cloudy days to this time. The prevailing .
this week be
to at her bedsiJe. with a view of comfort rather than
And will enter upon his duties u vice-president of the concern, and here but a few months. She resided winds have been from t&e P
beauty: though the residence presents
stamping clerk. : ODd to the largest shareholder. to Miami and vicinity since 15>7. southeast, with u average hourly Te
In the flnt part of "Under Two a very neat appearance and will be
Tatum Is a brother of Messrs B. : betty of 72 miles while the strongest i
Flags" little Hiss Heater an ornament to that popular district
Dewey
Wanted Japanese plum or loquat __ Ibm J. IL Tatum and S. M., I JULY WEATHER wind blew from the southeast oa ,
take the part of Venetia, and it it I h
eed. Wilson A: Flye. 417
and Is one of the progressive the 21th. 103.
doubtful wbetber a child could be Mr. J. F. Bnrteshaw, of Cocoannt r
prosperous business men of the What Statistics Show We Can Expect
found ID this city: who will take this Grove who Is acting auperrtaor'of registration
Mr. Wm. M. Moore.tne popular manager city.: Mr. Tatum visited in ) Nest Month to rul"SecU a.
pan any better than this little damsel. In the absence of his brother TO INVESTIGATE COTTON
of the Florida East Coast Ice last summer.
went up to West Palm Beacn LAW.'t.
1 Works Is adD confined to his bed with The following data of July weather .

Illness. His many friends hope soon Mrs. )(. B. Bums and dangbter.MUs Tuesday for the purpose of prepanug Mr. S. H. Wlenges. the prevailing In this section for the past Memphis T nn., June 29.-ta fee-

: to see_ him at his post again. Edith, arrived In the city Sunday from a list of the registered voters and the Circuit Court of Alachua : seventeen years and from which' one pause to the call of President Harris
owners In that district who
property
Georgia and will tiiit with MiM babel arrived here Monday from can get a line on what to expect out Jordan the members of the Southern +
Y Burns of this city. Mrs. Boras is the will be qualified to vote on the scnoo. of duly next. Is furnished the Cotton Growers'' assembled .
Use Bradley fertilisers tor an eropa.S. sub-district proposition wtlcn is soon n Ile. Mr. Wlenges Is making a 1I'er"f by: association
mother of Miss Burns and will keep
_a E. Lamms Agent the Rutherford House during the vacation to be presented to the electors. He of the East Coast of Florida to ether bureau official at Jupiter: In special meeting here today to take et
a Interest of Gainesville as the The mean or normal temperature, up the subject of the alleged leak ta
of Mrs. V. A. Rutherford. returned this morning.
Miss Bessie Sllgh. of this city delivered place for the location of one for July In seventeen :years has been the Census Department at Washing

-t the farewell address to the graduates Mr. and Mrs. James Garnett and State coneges. He Informs us M.S. The warmest July was In lIO%. ton. The association- alms to ascertain

'\ at the commencement exercises At a meeting of Tige Anderson. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Williams of he has secured the signatures with an average of au degrees; the how certain New York speculators 'i
Camp last Saturday morning In regular coldest was In 1194. with an have secured advance Information
his averageof
r ,of 8t Joseph's Academy to St. Lugt Hypoluxo. arrived here Wednesday: leg town of every county: M
a monthly session Major W. J. .'-1 degrees. The highest of
11It1De. Wednesday night morning and immediately on their to both Volusia and Brevard temperature the cotton estimates. An attempt twill
Shone was heartily welcomed from excepting two also the recorded on any one day was be made to fix the responsibility
wheels for Perrine. when they will
# his return from the Confederate reunion 9E degrees on July: 2S.lWM.and for the leak and the of t
strange question having
of a great of the
Bisestya sod the ..... Wlasey. spend the day. Revand Mrs. Williamswill many most t
,lit Wnaoa a: Rye's IJf"b at Lonlrri le. Ky. where he leave tonight for Key West and nent residents along the coast I to say the coldest day occurred: to exchanges accept the association's ee
o went u a delegate from the camp. A spent the day here the same month and year. It being Umate will also be acted upoa. x
rote of thanks '1I'u'a1IO tendered May Havana for an indefinite stay. Mr. and
T. H. Parrott, traveling soliciting Mrs. Garnett expect to remain to this our leading citizens and town
the
his
Shone for services to camp as
agent of the Florida East Coast :Ran- such delegate and appreciations of section for several days seeing tie county officials. Mr. Wienges In S1.0O per Week

was the arriving of Miami and pleased with the sentiment '
;way among passengers his safe return endorsed. sights surrounding conn-
to the city Saturday on the try. finds almost unanimous In Miami Conservatory of Music
t teamer Martinique from Key West Gainesville u the point at which
Mr. A. N. Medd. of the Maneto Co.,
of the State colleges should I
He win leave tonight for Jacksonville. The Miami Band Is practicing fouror
was a passenger on the northboundtrain cated. 225 12th St. Franklin Coleman Bush Director
five nights each week. Prof. Kauf--
Sunday night He was on his I
Aetna dynamite and applies for mann Is taking great pales with his I
.ate by Lnmmaa A: SeweU. may: to Jacksonville where he will members having them separated indifferent The funeral services over Our Summer Sight-Reading Classes were such a great success tha A
i
take passage on one of the Clyde: Line classes. He requires each mains of the late Miss Mattle the management has decided to open popular classes in
ships for New York. He will spend'
ley were conducted at the re
member of each class to be letter
:1 Mrs. W. E. Combs and little,, son the greater part of the summer InNew perfect I of Mrs. S. T. Gramling Piste toyng.; tes$1.OO per week. $10 per term of 1Ow che.
in each and and part before -
every
left Saturday for Kentucky where York and Ohio traveling la the ternoon by Rev. Dr. W. E. Call at 'M coawrraury aid leant full panintan.a post ar4 wit
'wiU until October. Mr. II he will permit them to Join In the I : bn.f a rtpinmutit w'CMlr-..
they rennin interest of his company. The early:
of the First Baptist Church. A
full band In general practice In this I
; Combs win accompany them as far fall will find him In the Magic City the band is rounded and smoothed concourse of sorrowing friends Practice Facilities free to those who have no piano

.u'JackIon'fille. returning to Miami on again. way ____ n ____ '' -
tk down in rough places and by the
Monday.v : w
Fourth of July tbe Miami public will
Mr. W. M. Brown, president of the be treated to some excellent music. '
Bradleytertmsers are the best Fu Dallas National Bank left Thursday .

y I'or sale by J. X.: Lummas. Miami. for Titusville and accompanied by: .This morning, CoL G. W. j t. Williams

his family leaves that place today I and Rev. Mr McCall.'the emInent W. M. Burdine'sGreat
Mr. A. N. Medd left Saturday for
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and sails by Cldye: Line from Jacksonville divine who Is assisting to the revival -
'a business and pleasure trip to NewTfft tomorrow for New York. Mr. services at the First Baptist a

and other northern points.. Eu his for the .
Brown,after placing family church met In the Metropolis once
route )fr: Medd stopped off for a
summer will Join Mr. J. IL Tatum at
and In conversation it developed that
'short visit at ;Rockledge: where there Reading. Pawhere a meeting of those Mr. McCaU is a brother of Captain A. Table Linen Sale'BeginningNext

fi resides a charm that he can not pass Interested In the Miami Street Railway' : W. McCall. of the Fifth Georgia Cav-

;r Tay.rt will be held and the organization of airy and with whom CoL Williams

the company perfected.Mr. served during the civil war. This Is :
H; If yes want fertfflsera. oonsott 3. B.T MondayNever
the first meeting of these two veterans -
,.u.,1 TTT"*. agent for the old reliable. J. C Bnrteshaw, of Tarklns. Itnow since the great strife. and was, .
Bradley ooda, the belt of I
located In peach
both parties.Satisfactory
** of course agreeable to s
from Fort Valley he : "Please
says
-. ,Hon. Fred' k 8. Morse Is off on a bus- forward my paper here as I expectto arbitration has been in the history of this city have the people Miami
it iness trip to Key West It Is understood -

4. ,his mission to the Wand City weeks.remain I enjoy at this reading pain the: for Metropolis several this secured: city whereby owning property certain on persons Seventh of and vicinity had or will have such"an opportunity to secure,

r,.' Is for the purpose of securing rights for It is like getting a letter from street and who had encroached thereby such good value and low prices together as they will have x

of ways among the keys for the exten-' home. My health has been very poor building houses for tenants,
negro
.$w t pion of the Florida East ,Coast Ranf since I left Miami and I am very have made the most liberal concessions during the coming week to purchase their needs in this line.

: 111&1'. much I In hopes
disappointed u was
thus averting what shaping
,.:"a.t that by coming hen I would be bea- up to legal troubles and possible was ram This stock is very limited and in order to get your share you
t Moacy to iota oa Improved property.
efltted by the change.
ial conflicts. By special request the
;' O. 8. Amsden, Cocoaant Drove,.or X.D. will have to act quickly.
i details of tie understanding and concession
!, Price Miami.. It is said that as soon'as the tags are withheld until tomorrow.u .

Three Friends and Admiral Dewey certain committees from the labor ,
: 8. L. Patterson, the weD known attorney. have either succeeded: or failed la
it. : organizations, which had taken.np the
Is contemplating the bulling salving the wrecked Spanish steamer matter are yet to act upon the report Table Damask Napkins

1l of,an auxiliary cruising yacht to cost Alicia that they have a contract to of the arbitrators. I

4.t; in the neighborhood of 15,000. Draw. aye another steamer ashore on Salt

.. tags for such a:craft have been prepared Key Bshsmss. apt Broward. of the The)Supreme Court of the State of 7 dozen all linen napkins 21 x21 +
3 Bleached Table Damask. 72 ,
by Mr.,B. E. Ecclea, the wen pieces $ 88
there few
went a days
i. Dewey. over
Florida has sustained the sentence of I .
were 250 a dozen now . -
known boat bunder who win probably Inch wide were 85 cents a ,
J ago and looked the ship over and Is death passed upon Edward Lamb. the
t construct the boat . . . . ..Wv
...c .. of the opinion that It can be relieved Manatee county mnrderer.wno is wait- yard now 16 dozen all linen napkins. 18x18

!: with much less trouble than they have tog his doom to the Bradentowa jaIL 1.25 dozen 98(j
tablets and far 5 Bleached Table Damask. 66 were a now. . .. .
'f""" ; Writing stationery encountered with the Alicia. Lamb. Is a white man and murdered pieces

.,;J..;' tale at J. .B. Serrrea's dreg, store.Mr. Christopher D. Kennedy to January. Inch wide; were 65 cents a Kf\r\ 10 dozen all linen napkins fringe border

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Monday Mrs. V. A. Rutherford and IXW. The two men had some trouble yard, now. and checked were 69, 75. C FJr85c

1-k .. their.yacht and Mrs.BavaDo H.',E.sailed Tattle last, aboard Satar- left Mr. for Raymond an extended T. Burr.trip her through brother the two about loads their of children buckshot and tout Lamb Kennedy fired 2 pieces Bleached Table Damask 74 now. . . . . ...JJU(j +;

day it S a. m, for theNorth, but north. From here they will go to Tallahassee kflllng him. Some circumstances of inch wide, were 1.50 a $1.10 I I

I after getting la the lower bay the sea and will spend a week with the murder wen singularly atrocious. yard, now . . . . .
two too rough and elements threatening their brothers and HonJLHnd- I.
family Judge W. 8. BuHork.no heard the case
: ., sad the yacht was returned to eon Burr. after which they intend to to the absence of Judge Wall sentenced 1 piece of hemstitched table damask. 66 We invite your attentioii

port to await more favorable conditions. : visit Ron. and Mrs. Chas. Eaton the prisoner to hang. Inch wide was 125 a yard, C C*

4 Capt. Charles.WaBtscWl She will. be' taken north by Creesy of Washington, sad from I. now . . . . . .uul> our I latest arrivals inNEW

there go over to Baltimore for a visit County Commissioner Mahr returned a

:'t with Mrs. J. CarroIlIiOGlerme1r.mter. their yesterday from Orlando whither 5 pieces one-half bleached table damask I

r IDa to each State to Mr. Burr and Mrs. Rutherford he went u a representative of the tit 661nch wide, were 40, 45.50c O 0 "

,: ;travel, tacx signs and distribute.. expect to be'gone about two month*. Johns county board to the convention a yard, now. . . . . .ilUv i t
i !lee aad circulars of our goods. Sal SHIRTWAISTS I
of county commissioners of the State.
,,,1' &rT. I7UO pr month H.OO per dayKnMmin Among the recent arrivals In the lie says that it was jthe most enthusiastic 3 colored table covers. 8x19 and 8x12.

,'' far peaua'' Co, Dept 8, city are Mrs. Catherine R Hunter and convention eves.lIel4 by the 2.50 and 225 a piece 1

: Atlas hD4JDc. QsiCeUrQc son jot New Tat Mrs. Hunter ownsa commissioners and augurs well for now . . . . . .5.88
valuable citrus grove near Miami the extension of hard surface roads

'll;/ The next term of the County Court : and considerable realty la the city In Florida. Present at the conventions 1 coloredtable cover, 8x12.
$2.50
?Ia and for Dade county win be conTened I proper. and,it is for the purpose of were agents from various houses was 350, now . . : : '
:: If, Monday;July J. The following Inspecting and making further Improvements manufacturing implements for road

''t hare bees ordered summonsed to that she has made this building and some object lessons were

.. aterre as Jurymen during the term: A. summer trip here. She Is well and given. Ideas were exchanged and Mr.
.I'
E. Conrad John MsOer. A.-.$. Doaae. enthusiastically pleased with the development Mahf is satisfied that an counties W. M. Burdine Miami.r'r"

&'.C.UKO U. A' E. Bogoe. L. X. and growth of Miami and which were represented will be wen

,;." ',Osbome, Oareaee Cool;, A. E. K.. win remain a the city.for an Indefinite repaid for their'Interest by the vain- ,

xruger' It. B. Psr4, C. W. Brady. E. length of time. ,She sad son are able knowledge' secured about 'road .

Y ;,Monttot.. Z. D. Metoy. guests. at, March VUla building 8t AugwUae Xecord. t .

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ventilated. Keep your bread
sweet and cool. Three sizes.
Set, regular of Miami and Dade
$1.50 fc | 1C County 75c, 85c, 90c

J value, only vl'. y
Nickle Silver Comb
WE HAVE PUT I IN THE LARGEST STOCK OF ,
Two-Burner Brush"and Tray
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4. Well e made and gcoi cooker for' on the East Coast and as usual .

$1.00 : Will not Tarnish,
:c have cut the prices. Your Dollars do Double Duty now
Four Burner, 2.50 Only 75c

t Sifter Slop PailJapaned (Colander Butcher Steel DustPans 'ii. Never Hot Granulated. Muffin Tin Japaned G )T,nlxe'
Knives Fry Pans Stove Key Pans Tfr plttoon ,,
@ ..I. UI" Gray MeasureQuart
Pots \ '
steel and II
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Only! 15c A Kitchen ne- Best cookers 1' ,25c
8 and inch ed 10, 12.14.
should: 6. 7 9
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Two sizes made Finely '
will not : The only kind The lasting
Good steel blades WareThree quarts
$ be in every Cold Handle Japaned and I aG tan Stone
break the 40 & 45 G.house. ,only15c for Comfort kind 14U.13C 20c'
first time Only all sizes Only I halfgallon AU. f--W 50c Dover ,
you turn Cbeaplight Styles size 25, Fibre $1 l Z5C_ Egg ,
'i, the'crank and sanitary 25c. 35c, 40c 15 G,20 G 25 G 15c 80,90c.l I ibc 10 & 15c '15 20 25c 35,40c Brass top, 30e' Beer ISO ;

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01 250: to 30c '60,70,75c.30,40,55c.. Easy to Pay 5 cents GoodMetal $1.00
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25 and' .TinIS 400 to 450 TIN 35 cents for a set Per ,
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$1 down and $1 a week and Shovels. TIN BAKE PANS

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Hooks "."",,--" IRON DRIP PANS '
YOU CAN BUY A or BISCOT: : PANS
t 15cts 10, 15, 'JO, '-5 SOcts

SEWING MACHINE Each DOUBLEBAKER ,
IScperdoz 5O Cents.
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: of us for $4 down and $1 a week WASH BASIN l

: and we will give you full value for your old one
Tin, 10 and 15c

Machines $20 $30 $35 $45
Enameled 25 cents

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.J I ough Experiences of fine New Home Will Be Built BUSY BOYNTON. Informally a ( o'clock dla-

: air Tuesday evening In honor of Mr*.

'ffor the Local Lodge of ElksThe Bright New. Letter' From This Proa.P .l Clifford A. Maulle. of Paiatka. ODe of

'Picprofessiops t Tug and (Crew, xou. Little Town.Boynton. ; the seasons bride

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IL June 27.
-' local lodge of Elks Is to have anew t poses. Work on the story which will I, Dr. Hood wa In town Inecday on Otto Norman Ble member of the

Jatte8Cm. : home a home that will be secondto coat several thousand dollars will be business corp of t. S. Engineer, now at work
dst Erw 1 1 1 jQi I
After buffeting seas contending with none f in the State in point of fitting commenced as soon as plans can be Mr. and Mr*. Tedder and daughter j oa jhe Ocklawaha River between 80ver -

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. the elements laboring for the put and convenience. I secured and material gotten on the Hazel', spent Monday In West Palm I Springs and Lake Crlffln. waa tm '
.WpnotSoela aDre..State&114 Maral ground. Beach making the trip on wheel
' seven weeks in an enJeavor to float town Saturday. Messrs. Reed. Miller
ip.elsltscW : This last
1.staeasatntarafpsdso n[ was decided night when ,
The second floor of the building, Mrs. Clifford A. Maul]., 01 Palat-
p- .-.O.. >>oa ntu 2If.. Mlaial. Fla. the stranded Spanish steanuhlp Allda I the lodge accepted' the proposition of now used by the Elks will be transformed ka. nee Miss Mabel Daugharty. arrived and Hopkins took him In cnarg and

aground on AJax Reef. and looking i the Messrs. Townley Brothers to aJJ Into offices the Improvementsto last week for several week visit gave him a chance to inspect th*

a p. T. QIAGG8. Y. D., like she had been through a fire or another or third story to their building be made adding greatly to the appearance with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse lakes and the waterway In and about

bad herself been a wreck the famous at the corner of Avenue C and of the structure and enhancing Daugharty. Her many friends ar 1
0IIIee wtt a.4 ch-..r. the Lake Region section. Mr. Die wan
BcaUeM. MUi atnet filibustering tug Three FrIend., Cap- Twelfth ,street the whole of which ILl value materially.The I glad to see her again. well pleased with his trip over tM

caner A..* cJiLUa. tab Harry Fozzard. came into port will be occupied: b, the Elk u club lodge though but a few monthsold. Vv. G Mayberry and family left for lake but was noncommittal In speaking

1 FLORIDA. Thursday afternoon for the first time and meeting room I* one of the most flourishing In I Daytona Tuesday evenlag.which place of the clearing of the river'between

QX. I. L JACISOH, JL, and tied up at the Terminal Dock. : The addition will be the size of the the State. Its membership 1* com- they will make their future bom. Lake Griffin and Silver Spring,

The have been seven eventful :I present structure 50 by 73 feet. The posed of the best citizens of the town Mr., IL B. Murray and Cullen Pence H* did any that It wu full of log and {

'_ 0/, 077ICB: weeks' for aa" said a member of the west half of the' floor will be made and the order 1* growing In popular have just completed packing house other debris and' that It would tax*

HOTEL BIKAYKS: BLOC,ATX.D crew this morning In speaking of Into the lodge room while the east favor application for membership being on their pineapple plantation Jas. 110.000 to complete the work. ln4

OAXL FLORIDIDL.b experience of the noted craft and' i half willt>* devoted to club pur- received at each meeting. Gould win erect on* In the near future. of the 13000 appropriated by Coa aa.'
et crew at the wreck -Just look at .
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One this Is cleared
and
])..&.. CII&') &, the old craft. She look like she ha I the use of anchor ma out astern and FORT LAUDERDALE NOTES. There win be quit a large acreageof ble then the government made should navtca pay

DENTIST. been through a fire. and Indeed she heaved on bjr the steam wenches pine put out thin fan 'ere. someone to patrol th* river and .*.

ha, though not the sort of fire ODe aboard the Alicia, bat owing to the The Times-Union Fort Lauderdale )(ra. McCorcle left for aer home la that lumbermen ta rafting timber took

O><* U SrvtU. rstea BalUiaf.a TvclftkMIAMI. usually encounter, but this U nothing water la the after hold the ship settled correspondent under date of the 25th DeLand Sunday morning after a pleasant car of an tray log aad b* made to

"- FLOQDA.g to what her men hare endured. u fast u moved *cr that pro- ban: visit with her daughter ..MraJeaa remove an rubbish occasioned kf t
We left Jacksonrllle with a crew of ceedure ha been abandoned. Daugharty.
Mrs. F.A.Barrett and
daughter.Cath- their work. la this way It would b* x
., F. ATxnrson thirty-seren men; today we hare leer Wednesday the tap and the wrecking Brine expect to'leave here Monday :. J. J .Schabtnger. of Delrsy, waa ta an right the year round and bats *
than half that Bomber the other baring barge Salvor succeeded In town
removing for DeLaad to spend two or three Saturday. could com and go without delayEustl -
Sli ATTORNEY. AT LAW, gone home aide; bait blind and the last part of the heel drawbldge week before,leaving for' Ney York MraCnDen Peace entertained a few Lake Region ti
.. Ie emmraaolsx aw _
paelal
: goaictv otherwise distressed. t
.1 T"-. consigned to the Cuban Central Railroad State where the, go to spend the I)
.*.ngxaml..tA.* *. Then followed the detail of some of at Sagua La Grande. and loadIng :
rW'a .U B UdlaMIAMI. ummer. att&fi
O&M U *.w atn I :
FLORIDAD the experience It seems that the It aboard a barge after which the Capt. George Dewey her two lanches Spec. Real Estate Bargains

hold of the Alicia contain a great I tag Dewey, Montcalm Browse commanding under construction. One for R-A. 1 .

'- ,... W. 8- 6RAMLIHQ, amount of potash and other chemical took It in tow for its des Bryan and one for Mr. Trails, of Co UNIMPROVED. GROVEl t'

\" These mixing with tEe water caused a tination. According to the crew the coa. Last week he shipped a race- 40 acre pin .... kammeck MMiami 10 acne, 1 rear *M tree, WOO

PxTsictur AID Straaao. Tapor. or fume to arise that parched 'officials of the railroad promised to boat to Sanford Maine. Rivet .IS.lOCI DO treee. 100.'M..............$4.M

Vinci, ni MIAMI TaiaraoKR B't.a.. and peeled the paint off the rag from par Captain Broward the nm of ten R A. Bryan T. M. and F. A. Bar- ac.... .6 yen. eM trtea, ....
r'd 10aerMlai4.,..$48000S .... ._ ........
t water line to smoke.tackUb it had
thousand dollar If be would get the I __ .
4 ; rett spent 'oda, In Miami.A. -.n. ...... ..PIOG.
Ib.+ .Hoar.. from'. 9.a. m.,. to -p.m.FuGILLESPIBBNLOEDentls been under the flame of a,..painter's material from the hold and deliver Itt B. Wart, formerly of this place acre lane) .>) 20-Lero 2-,*.,-.l* ,rev .tOOOM

burning pee Eren to the name on a Sagua La Grande. and dent you but now located In Miami returned 22 acre pin and prairie wi beam heavy > Lone. land. SOOrallraad ,

t tEe pilothouse are so destroyed u tobe forget the Cap' win pt It, too, or else here Us: Monday to trace Improve* .--. banana 200 *rait9. tr***..
hardly dlacernable. The tarn the railroad don't get the bridge" said menu a: hU prop: :ty. While her !
OFITCZHOUM: fume affected the of the men them. IMPROVED
eyes of
one he ha opened Jrlnk
up a cool business -
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FrtaMll .Ms* UU M. and tea,of them can hardly ....Two Captain Found loci Engineer Ice to the old .
dF &amUCK,ala LM l SouXIUa.FLOBID.JL...... week Alex. of {tano.Mr I Wooa bonae. arraRt horn**, 400 tr***, 1M bearinfl *. reek

ago Douglas' mate men the latter If uffldentlr recovered *. Wm. Marshall received a telegram reed, M a....O.....f........... ........... ...... ......II0...
4' the tog wa taken to JackaonTlll* in win return here Monday from calling her to Greenville, Fla. i aer*. W plea sad .hammMk, aet la tees plnapp4ea, .. NM

F Q W. KABTKVS.1C.O, a semi-blind condition Dolphu Wilson Jacksonville with the air pump and to her husband, who la low froma 'i land, se time .
first assistant" also very .,......:...., .,.....' w
engineer, went other material when the tug wm take stroke of
paralysis. .U 10 .
ender .
acres
ope.th1ft.llua .. ltivatl*i.200 beariai tree*.7-r*.ni MM
f back to JacksonTffle a Ilk condition It, with several thousand feet of lumber Frank Stranahaa t_
her jut completed n PICk r4
near rV IL. '
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xK D.pa.6 .C ..P.IO&II
Ornz. eN Av u dd other member of the crew. aboard,to the wreck. The lumber a seawall front .... t ,
la of M
vats,rw d F a his reaUene I land, pta and prairie, water feint 1,BOO bees) slut
BCBXA VISTA AJTB JU.JIJI'LOaDA. Thursday Captain Fouard and Chief 1* Intended to repair the bulkhead Dr. T. 8. Kennedy returned homa I heavy bargain .....'....... .f.f..f.12.JOSAS
.. Engineer June Lame* returned to and do other needed work aboard the from South Carolina Wednesday.F. ib

8. TEIDOICl, their home for a few days, the latter AlIcia and the wrecking craft M. Bryan 1* cleaning off his lot

Jon ENGINEER suffering with fait eye to such aa extent In the meantime the crew now preparatory to building a house. FIR Ix\TlSURANGE

CIVIL that life 1* miserable to him. Captain aboard the FrIends are enjoying a rest .
{ AND SURVEYOR. Found 1* In better shape thougha and the freedom of the land which Only the best compaaiM repnwentH. H.ri ar some ef them. <:
'.. PttbtM But at ...,.. Farueilar The large pleasure launch Barracuda .
; A ttr eGdo.II.? ...tar*.".IIIYWac t.rg.g new. few week ago he went Into the hold they have not set foot upon for the owned by Captain Charles Liverpool London & Globe. lasaraac Cc. of North Aaterfea. Fireman
oaea_haIiaGIaI.KIJ.JU. of he Alicia and was overcome by put .....ralweekL Thompson fund Orient.. New York Underwriter, Hartford) Hanover,German Alllaao ;
,
-. baa been hauled out by the Miami
FLORIDA.
the fume arising from the water and
Boat Work and will be replanked and JOE;
had a close call to death! STEAMER ORIENTA. DO
: S. BICEKOHlr,, fitted with new timbers. The ,work ,.
Not only did the vapor affect the
will take several week to
REAL ESTATE. boat and the men. but all the bras Comprising All of The Panama Navy complete. Real testate Agen.oy

LAND and sliver aboard the boat 1* u black: I Now In Port.
nom PCRRMK. CHANT COMPANY Cuban Diarrhoea.
OTAT' PUBLIC aa pewter. Even the money In the 1-, -

F; .. BTAIK AT LAJUiKJUTLEB. pocket of the crew 1* black and tar The entire fleet of the Panama government
FLORIDA U. S. Soldiers who served in Cuba FREDK. S. MORSE
shed. In connection with this some
was tied up at the lie mtnal during the a aso
i Spanish know
war ,
what
of the men tell this stet,., :Thursday docks] In this tit,, It having arrived
-;. H. P. BRANNING.Attonqr night several of them came up townto I here at 11:15 that morning from New this disease Is. and that ordinary remedies
I I,
ml bsaxlor have little more effect than
buy tobacco and some Incidentallyto York. REAL ESTATE
1 much water. Cuban diarrhoea Is
rrw.t Attota to UkctaL Kcfran: get a "smile" or two but their The fleet consists of but one trim almost
BsCMB t SUkl..k as severe and dangerous a* a
money wa no good. It was too little command
vessel Orient, in of
mild attack of cholera. There U one Office up stair Cor. At*.C aad li th St.*
r, 'Welt Palm.Beach :: Flonda Duct and no one would take It, fearlag Capt. Thomas T. Lovelace. The captain remedy however that
can always be
a; that It wa counterfeit and as one ha* aboard his wife an.! Is on Miami
I Dade
depended Co.
upon a* will be Florda.
seen by the }
of them It the first .
JAMES SANDERS, remarked wa* his way to Colon where the boat wffl following certificate from
ATTORNEY AND time In their lire that they could not act u. revenue cutter. Captain Jacob of Mrs. Minnie I
Houston Texas "I
COUNSELOR. AT.. LAW.Ooraawrelai spend good American money" Thl* Lovelace: Is known here a* be visit ed certify that Chamberlain': hereby Col 1c. AGENT OR LANDS or' 1

and Real Kttatc Law. of morning: there was a ceueralaeoUl1Dgand Miami several year ago in command Cholera and Diarrhoea East Coast
Remedy curedhusband .
Railway Co.
Fidelity.. Dcr-Mlt C.,a .o sMd.. polishing of dimes quarters and of the yacht Whisper. Florid
Omeaa n WATKOT XIXKK. Lack lox o dollar, and when the, make another The Orient la 105 feet long 12 feet my of a severe attack of Cuban Coast Line Canal and Trans Co.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. I diarrhoea which he brought bon {
I trip tonight they expect no difficulty beam and has a draught of 7 1-: feet from Cuba. We had several doctor I Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. '
|
I In baring it accepted. On her arrival, at Colon the .
MITCHELL D. PRICE wall be but him
t+ I(I they did no coo.!. One bottle|
"And talk about Sil"Iaiel anotherof
equipped with two three-pound Hatch i
of this
Attorney at Law and Solicitorin the crew. "tt'h,. a cow pen never kiss.guns. one mounted forward and I I I neighbor remedy will testify.cured I him thank a* God our'!! r1

Chancery. had a*' many of the pesky critters the other aft and two automatic rapid |I,for so valuable a medicine." For sale :' /Now is the time
around U hare had
I. Outs: Hatchets Bide. MIAMI. TLAW. last few weets a* we The potash aboard didn't the affect be flrer fitted mounted with Deforest amid hip.wireless She will apparatus I ,Iclae. by Red dealer Cross Pharmacy and all mad I .

C..MAYNARD them; they seemed to thrive on by which she wffl be enabledat I ITo V
lit and made our live miserable. And all times to communicate with Colon Plant Orange Trees

mosquitoes: Well I understand you and Boca del Toro. r LOW RATES, viad I

.yi have,.had some In Miami. but don't She has also I ,
a ,military mast an Louisville & Nashville R. R and Grape Fruit
compare to the number to what we a two thousand candle power search r
.
have had. We were ten mile or more TIM '011.. bur nonl trip rate from
light. Her will I '
armament transform
JackxMTlU*to suns potato North sad w_ Aso Rose
JEWELER AND OPTIC Aft: from land but they found n* and got her Into a formidable little gunboat will b* U .>.ct 4,... thov. ProporttMMAtelj ushes for Winter Booming ,
lev rate tram abet >t .
In their work, too, but we are going pm
and the Panama
Perfect, flttiaf, ej- wearing"jrlastea government expect tovrjTnxK. And all other ornamental trees and shrubs
a back and are going to get that old her toldo<< a'great service the Rat ."-... across Uaitcd CoafaUraM
comfort. With exten along
are a great our Please
... .. ... call or write for
TM. R io ,J moUl. and
'. Si,. apparatus and large experience hulk off the rock and make a new coast In breaking up the wholesale nmuJ.ly 10. c- m-tth liil descriptive catalogue other ,
there is BO peel work.' PIMM rea* craft of her. Captain Broward and smuggling that has been going on roKTLajrn.' ouoovIUU r information.

aonable. We repair Watcbee, Clock. Captain Found cent know the warT d there for .' **.._.t LM!I. A Clark Ga...
Jewerly and Spectacle A portion ;year* ui E..u.... Tklrau oM cruia datM. i
yew trade anted for. Located on fall and that Spaniard will yet fly u ray ZV4 to $.p&JA.Cut ntmra limH)4ljIa GRIFFING BROS. GO.
rF ..ne D between Ittb and mb Sta., the American flag." Mayor Dunne of Chicago refuse to rtaaHm.mt to tipU*. CaL

W. C. MAYlf D, Tea the Alicia will'be saved or at be worried. He understood it was go- Mtk RaU to.A......ut. ticket 1Mb I cold_.. crrti S.&l mini 4tM.II.April.'.. /
a, t e JcwetoraadAradaat* OttMaa least this 1* the opinion of the two lag to be a "big loin" when he tackled 4ir. COLORADO
skipper and the crew working on her. 1C Rat 4I.fcl. _.t UteraatuMat Cpwortk Main office Napery Offlee
The forward compartment are free LrifM Coamuoa. Tic...... mold JIM I* to Cor. Are C and IJth St. up atair Little
Jill 30th.l.c, *ut...... limit Ax.mkK1OTALO. River. FlaN
PATENTSWAMMMOTO of wattr and for some tune the work Dying of Famine. H. T.
Rat ttsa aceo .t a.ul ._1... Graa4
of the after U la ate
relieving ,
a. compartment torments like dying of con Lad.e"PO..E. Ticket rid J.17.11 te
Las been oa,but*o far the pumps have sumption. The progress of consumption t.e-, Baal man limit Jelj JStk.TOKOSTO. .
rw.p.r.bwwtd. Ra atTVRaa0. CAXADA
ayu.r psnatos.o..esaMTM failed to lower It and the diver baabeen from the beginning 'to the very Rate 13!.IX sanest leterutweal Cpwenk:
.MwgL, Msq. unable to find the leak This cad Is a long torture both to victim Lar M Coe eeOoe. Ticket eakl J...11kttM to
tW.A W h wq.w rrr.mOfMaT lie.*ut m... lieilt A.r...25te.
.Yt. Nt.w. sawur Is because he cannot get, under the and friends. When I had Consumption .uKTIU.IE.TZS. .J.A.DlIX: :
.
? seta. Tuhs .e-s.rer ship and to the place where the water In It* first stage." writes WnC Rat Eat aeceMt ral..4. Collar cam
ftcbool VaaeerMlt
wee w I4.oen t w .brraa w.r ; Biblical l..ett. &.
g C11L.dts Y. B. P.be.t ores evidently flow In, and finding that Myers, of Cearfoss Md, "after trying Ticket. sold certala date, JaM It J.ljr 4111.
du{liwtt Stptenber}as.noxvlLrs.
*. O.0. there 1* no possibility of reaching it different medicine and a good doctor rm.

or pumping out the compartment Capo in vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Rat Sl.n5. accoeet fceeiiaer Scheol of tke Ice
Soetk. Ticket* old octave dew. J._Utk rapidly going to the front as the leading -
taU Foxxard ha dedded Discovery which .. Utk lac..Sal
DSWIFMKILL upon new quickly ana perfectly July r.t.r.limn iff Jvtk. .

11 more and ha gone to Jacksonville for cured me." Prompt relief and sure Rate* Ilk IB.serves&IITOL,a.-.D..& .iUo.. (Wru city in South Florida. Everybody

z the purpose of securing aa air pump cure for cough colds. lore throat Bapttt Bretfcen,ticket. .oM WrNtYt.. is going to Miami. Now is the time to '
...
Slut ic ,**al roan limit I. **.- ;
and air bag. The pump win be connected bronchitis etc:.. 'Positively prevent tot fill i.l.ematM.s..eb.d.ln *ad rate to secure a choice location'either
with the compartment,which pneumonia. GlW'Ut.at aQ drug a7"", ."Nortk er Wett call e*er write for business

( COUCHUI.CURETHI wffl be mad air tight on deck and air. glsta. Price Me and fL Trial Ithe Pla.Gno.LHIRRi11G Pa_A,t..L.A N. R R. or re3idei ce. Cfc e locations in "

LUNC8 pumped into the apace or igalutwater free. a 5 w.Bay Street, JackeMTllte Florida the city for sale by : : : '

thus forcing it back. At the

WID Dr. King'sFOVSUWTION same Urn the air bag will be placed Has Stood The Test 25 YearGrove's

about the ban to lighten It.rap u the FORTDAEfaSLANDCO.

t New Qiscor.ry water recede*.

The Alicia la able to carry steam in
OOOmoo
...... her boner and ha fttltttd the tag
FOR / :OUCR8aa4 WftI4MFrMTriaL '
eoua1der l7. They have also me- Call

/0t ceeded la moving. th* wrack about 7O C2TS.: 3EXZr/2T.oa Or "
Tasteless Chill Tonic r.:E\ X2rQZl .S.A.XX
idOoickee* Core far all twenty-flv feet. This wa don by ,
y THUOAT aadX.TnrO TBOT/B. Land Miami Vke-Pre,Ace Fla'r
z.-. orJmJaT >IICL the two tag Jumping her with btwsera Dallas Co.. ; Fla. Land Co.. St. =.

.f. as big U a aaaa'* head, and by NO-CI aNO4ay. 50 aMI.-
4,

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pates.; sine rr.i
tae <,her "'Charles E. Darts.: : Rewards Offered

: lu BUSINESS:jcmor of and HOUSES out of CLOSED respect tc c

.b i| the dead all of the mercantile (ettab I I!i For Murderer. BIG FOUR DAY

!I Ushmecis and public offices of they I i 3r

I;, cit were closed from the hours olJ II
of the bn -
(Contitned from nt pae.. J j : to 5 o'clock. and many
inert men attended the service at
Rewards aggregating 1.144 had
the church: and the grave
.
been Iced by popular and private
r
of an*on he crime are still in circacf The following gentlemen ofBe!ate: -
: subscriptions 10 this morning for
UUcm ana Many: hose! mho mere In as pallbearers! for Miss Davis J. It up '
Of'
?; I the apprehension and conviction
ct.ed.r Testerdat to lay it to negroes, OVatham. J. G. Crosland. Morgan E
,
I the Dai is murderers and it is expected -
are ddav expmiing the belief thai Jon. A. H. Kellar and Dale Miller,.
tk 4th.of
that the sum mill have reacheda Pre SaleGommencesFrjdayJune30' H HI
:,fr a ..Lxe person or persons arc the while thoi-e: for :Mr: Davis were 1:>. A iu'.il of 11,0 by night.It July

UMusins. Some assert that they believe 0' Irh'r, TV H. McDonald. C. H. Brad .s also very probable that Governor :,
Mr. Davis had an unknown '0- lev. JV. Watson and Vf. E. March. .
BruwarJ will augment the amount
emwbo designed his life: that he During the progress of the funeral
tt b> a reward of S-:;0. all that Is allowed I
went to tic house'hat Eight with the the city way cast in gloom and sadness .
him l>y law and which will in,
belief that he mould find Davis alone. prt-tailed In all hearts attic
trt.ib.- the total to he( neighborhood
'as his daughter frequently: spent Saturday sympa'hy was expressed alike for the .
I
ft handsome testimonla
of I:: (11)a must
nights and Sundays In the city : Jead and surviving relativesSTILL
to the manhood of Miami anj their .
I with friends; that when Davis was A MYSTERY.The I
,
desire that the slayers of their friends
hot the report awoke his daughter .
Davis murder is still a mystery and afvxlau-s shall be apprehended
In the adjoining room and "
sleeping unsolved anJ unexplained. The cor and punished to the full extent of
'that to save themselves from identification over a jury 'till In session has as yet the law. I ,,
it became necessary to take -.
reached no definite theory of the The majority, of the amount subscribed '
,f1ier' life also.SOME crime and as jet no arrests have been to the rewards in this city \ 4 .

r THEORIES ADANCED made. mere raised yesterday afternoon. The

Others express, the belief that the Despite/ the many startling anJ Merchant's Association gave $250; \\. Running to July 4th atEWELL

party or parties committing the devilish grave rumors mhlch hate been afloat W. Prout $100, and a self-constituted

crime were wen known to the on the steets and over tho county committee consisting Messrs.. R. E-
Dsrices and support the belief by the there has been no clue discovered and Hall. X D. Russell and J. Vf. Horner J

fact that they must have known the coroners inquest which is being circulated among the business men
if. 'where to 1ndhe dead mans pistol conducted- behind closed doors is and citizens collecting in the nIgh. i.i

and taking! it in preference to the shotgun now making every effort to probeto borhood of I GOO. They are still at

acd rifle that stood exposed in the bottom every rumor anJ work today and expect to have increased
the hallway. Others wn oadhere in suepicon brought out. That the Jury the amount several hundred S

the ....hltemao.theorr., contend that has as jet reached no conclusion is dollars more by night Last night x

road the crime been commuted by negroes told authoritatively and everyone who the local lodee of Elks held a special .a
.that they would have not been has been in any way connected with meeting and unanimously decided to

.;' ,*o careful to cover up their tracks; the family In social Business or appropriate! the sum of $:00 as a reward -
that robbery would have occurred and friendly: intercourse will be examined for the apprehension of the as-

fw. the rooms otherwise disturbed. before they reach a verdict. Ras-III J. ."" w
,WATCH' AND NECKLACE GONE WITNESSES EXAMINED.At In appropriating the sum of ':50 >sOur

Where is Elsl Davis" watch and TuesJay's session of the Jury, the :Merchants' Association upon stock must be cut; down. We. have too much to carry throughy

wf chain and gold necklace These articles Dra. Skaggs and Pugh were examinedand recommendation of a commute consisting
the list lot of
upon an examination of the their evidence taken as to the ; of Mecsrs. J. I. Wilson. K T. summer; we below a big goods we will put on our bargain

house yesterday afternoon were condition of the bodies and the factsas Budge and E. tt. Douglas, adopted thefollowing counters at half price and to make it interesting forall we'll give
found to be missing and uPOn their adduced by: them in their professional resolutions upon the deathof

rilohtion:will result a strong clue leadIng examinations. It is now pretty Mr. Davis and daughter: ..j

sS to the apprehension of those who certain that no assault was committed \Vhereag, This community has been

,; took her life. The watch is said sod upon the person of Elsie Davis. She inexpressibly shocked and grieved at A SpeciaHO cent. Discountfor

bare,contained the picture of a young was shot while in bt'd. both shots hav- the intelligence of the double murder' per _
have It, she of one of its prominent citizens and'i'
man to whom, reports ng gone through the mattress Indenting i
was engaged. ,The two were often in the springs and having the position one of Its loveliest young: ladies Mr.: l

each other's company and It Is known denoting that the weapon was C. E. Davis and his daughter. Miss cash all goods
on
.that they were fast and admiring held above the girl the bullets ranging Elsie Davis, and
friends, if not lover down and passing entirely throughthe "Whereas. The Miami Merchants'

This fact forces the question; could body. The bullet which en Jed Association realizes that this most

she hare had another lover one possibly the life of Mr. Davis was also foundin diabolical crime has not only robbed in. the House to July 4th'

Jilted and bearing malice or evil the pillow on his bed but when the the community of two prominent anJ up .

J pui-po against her. and who could body was discovered he was not over popular residents and brought the
of bereavement Except Contract Goods such as Queen Quality Shoes Stetson Hats and Overalls ;,

have taken her life to prevent her becoming the place where the bullet entered sadness of a sense personal

the affiance or wife of anoth the pillow, showing that he bad mov to many hearts but has t- -

er.'This Idea is not given much credencebut ed or struggled after the shot was caused a feeling of amazement and

r u the case Is to completely fired. There were also signs of strangulation consternation that such a thing could

shrouded In mystery it has been advanced on the body of Mr. Davis, his have occurred; therefore be it -Shoes.
k by some and is admissible. tongue having that appearance butwhether "Resolved. First That in the deathof Clothing

Such crimes have occurred. These or not that condition might :Mr. C. E. Davis and Miss Elsie ,

,,-sth. numerous other .surmises theories have been caused by the decaying of Davis, the community has suffered a
t and Ideas have been advanced the body Is not known. distinct and terrible loss which is 28 pair ladies' vici kid Oxfords. $1.1 25 48 men's suits mixed patterns $6 55

during the -day. Some are of a pc ),{n. C. J. Rose and Mrs. K.B.Large greatly: deplored. were 2.50, for . . . were 12.50 for. . . . . u
sib:* and even probable solution to 1I"ho'made a thorough examination of "Resolved. Second. That the heart.
} the tragedy while others receive but the condition of the house yesterday. felt sympathy: 'of the members of this 20 pair ladies' Oxfords and $1 1 00 36 men's suits mixed patterns $ 90''! ..

little support were also examined by the Jury. Theywere Assocaition is extended to the surviving Sandals were 2.00 for. . were 15 and 16.50 for. . . J.

cASSAULT THEORY DISCREDITED on intimate terms with the family relatives and friends.Resolved 12 pair Laird Schober white 25 men's suits mixed pattern,
Third That assistance -
Today Drs. Skaggs and Pngh. who and examined the premises to ascertain every $' 45 $ I II I 55
.); made am examination of the body of if anything: was.missing and possible be rendered the officers Linen Oxfords were 5.00 for. were 20.00. for . .,. .. : .
of the law in their.efforts to
Hiss i Darts Monday for signs of they are probably the ones who 41.COTere4.the .- 18 pair Laird Schober white buck 26 boys' wash suits ,
apprehend and punish the perpetratorof $3 65 $1 145
absence of the watch and
criminal assault. anj who stated that the foul deed. Oxfords, were 8.00.-for. . were 2,5olor. ... . . .
OB sfcouat of the length of time deceased necklace.
had been dead and the decomposition J.M.Glman J. H. Hayes ana M. 8. "Resolved Fourth, That a copy of P5 pair children's shoes, were 46 pair men's pants
these resolutions be furmshed each 50 $1.55 1
tE that bad set in, that It was Burbank were also wtnesses before of the Miami newspapers for publication. i.oo, 1.25 I.sofor . . . (j were 2.50 for. . . . .
Impossible to determine whether or the jury this morning. :Mr. Burbank

'sot such a deed had been committed, was the one. It VU'be.remembered, ." 58 t pair men's white canvas bals & $ I r 85 78 pair men's pants were $1.1 I 00 '

va'' are of the opinion that no.assault was who visited the Davis borne Sunday Letters patent have been Issued by oxfordsslightly soiled,were 3.50 I i.75 and 2.oo for. . . .
'
r mad at teast, ccompUsheJ, thoughthe. and not finding any one about again
1 former.or. admits It Is possible for returned on Monday morning when Secretary of State for the Incorporation 14 pair men's N. & B. white buck r.
t3 90 40t overalls
of the Miami Hardware Companywith SO.Urown were
; neb tq have occurred without their the crime was discovered. oxfords Elk Sole were 7.00 for. .
of for the -
150,000
capital
at a purpose
detection. The Jury adjourned noon today
.
with E4 Davis still on the stand, and .of buying aqd selling merchandise !air men's and boys' shoes ,:
and
ii everybody
: fact
If true
this half aI'$1 50 for 60 suit
cents t
hardawre. Also to own
such
hopes Jt Is the mystery or motive the Inquest was reconvened at 1:30 as broken lots and samples at per
.. and operate sailing and power vessels .
this afternoon. :
y of the crime Is further enhanced.
BLOODY CLOTHING FOUND for the transportation of freight
+ LAID TO REST.
A" pair of trousers having stains upon and passengers. The Incorporatorsare .
All that was mortal of the late Chas.y be : Edwin Nelson. J. A. Robbins and
them, supposed to blood were
E. Davis and his daughter Elate D. found near the Davis home Tuesday.: W. F. Miller. Tallahassee Capital I I
Davis; who were murdered at their
,
They were brought to town and turn-
borne four miles west of the city Sat ed over to the authorities and it is The friends of Mrs. Pauline Pngd 165; pair of fancy sox were 18 95 pair of fancy sox were

1IJ'd&1111&ht, was laid to rest Tuesday: said that they belonged to a memberof Arnold, of this city, win be pleased 35 cents for . . . . C 75c to 1.50 for. . . . .45 C
afternoon side by side In the city cemetery the family.: Deputy Sheriff'Gore, i to learn that that lady, who has successfully

however, stated Wednesday that he taught In our high school

The funeral cortege formed at the was positive that the stains were not for many :years has been appointedto 130 Caps, 75 cents to 1.5O values for . . .''. . .38cjS
undertaking parlors of H. M. King at of blood but wine paint It was reported the position of teacher In the Duvet
the corner of Avenue D and Thirteenth high school at Jacksonville. Then
the
that upon the.strength of .
t street at SSO clock and pro evidence of these trousers that an ar- were only two vacancies in the faculty -

seeded to Trinity Episcopal church rest had been made but so far such and 150 teachers made applies Sb.ir-ts: -
r where the services were conducted Is not the cue. Uon for them Mrs. Arnold being one

by the Rev Dr. Fuller pastor of the Reports of come family Jars have of the successful ones! Mrs. Arnold .g

4L'church.. Only the relatives of deceased also been current. but no connection was several weeks ago, tendered a > shirts were 2.00, 2.50 86 shirts, were 1.25,

and a few friends assembled atandertulD.C has been made as yet between: them position in the Miami high schoolwhich and 3.00. for . . .$1.00 for . . . .1. .85c
w, the parlors, but at the and the crime she refused for this latter offer

r{ church a large gathering of bereaved REWARD OFFERED Orlando Star. Mrs. Arnold is a sister ..
friends and associates of the dead of Dr. E. W. Pugh of this city
i Tuesday night F.W. Hahn. president .
when in life bad formed to their : 175 Men's Straw Hats for half
x pay 'of city council received the lollow- and is herself well known here. price .
: : last respects to those they bad known tat telegram from Governor Breward .

and loved. i in response to the resolution passedby Many here remember Capt. L. D "
u:;' BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. the council Monday evening! : Potter of New York who spent last 65 Panama hats to beclosed out regardless cost ,

_; The bodes were conveyed to the Tallahassee Fla. June Z I. season bt'reIth his :yacht LJnnet.s.nJ .
church and from there to t.e -grave -Hon. F. W. Hahn Mimi. Fla.: which he sold and delivered to W

'b that of Was Davis! In the\bArse and "Have offered two hundred and fifty: Gould Brokaw, a New Tork millionaire -

4 that of .Mr., Datfs in the ]Ikqp dead dollars for party: or parties who murdered who also visited here last sea it'll pay you to investigate the above goods and prices at once
or funeral. wagoeu"* Both caskets were Davis and daughterN. on and raced his motor boat Challenger
t
literally covered with beautiful, flowen B. Brows rj. Governor. in the bay. After delivering f

some,made Into, costly deduv.,: This In connection with the rewardsoffered the Linnet to her new owner Captain

others Into; bouquets while great by the Miami Merchants' Association Potter returned to Charleston and t Come right now before you are everlasting
c
'w quantities were scattered loosely over and the private rewards of- purchased the tug Reliance, which be I
'the biers., They came from all pans fered by various parties amount to Is now using in connection with the
YOU CAN SAVE BIG MONEY
too late.
of the county and were befitting tributes $1.500 for the capture of the Davis tug James Kay..lready owned by him 111,

to the memory of the dead. murderer. It to more than likely also In the towing and water business In u 7

f The caskets were most elaborate In that the county add to ths amount New Tork harbor. Captain Potter
ti, design and finish. That of Miss Davis writes that ha has many pleasant re

, Ti 'being bard oak finished'....hIle that Mr. Wm. BnJd. Jr.; traveling auditor membrane of Miami, and that beevil John Sewell & Bros MiamiMURDERED.

a of her b.rber'1rU row wood. Both cf the Florida East Coast Railway probably come here again next t,

were finUhed In,silver.barred.baillei is. spending day or so in Mi- reason with_a brxrnaad: better boat !

. ,and ,trlmD lnp with silver name amt than he had last season. i
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