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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: January 26, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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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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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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"l ) .MIAMI METROPOLIS. I






)L. 10--NO. 32. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JAN. 26 1906 EIGHT PILES


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LTL1NSONMIi EIGHTEEN MEN E. v. BlACKM N M IS STflTEMENT ;After requea a poetics much:ej to:Mr of persuasion appoint the:\Ior"g work him: Mr asking relieve treasurer Morse MrIngrabam med I UBINSON rt JEWELS[ -- r





ms; REPORT TOt I WERE RESCUEDBY OF CONNECTIONS WITH COUNT YFAIR :,Who accepted n One crltlcliinj Knowa thing the the more ponltlon made merchant a I for grave tblak0.thin IIf mlatake MiaulThey 'scar..' I I II RECOVERED[ .,



bate awa: > a responded liberal r
1 li to my even call fur premium. of

COUNCil SHIP TOPEKA AS SURVIVOR 1I I raring those article which were use TO-OAf
Some Interesting Data Relative to The Institution-When it Was rnl I IIe II and which every fami his 't, #

FROM WRECKED VALENCIA I purchase In no Instance were these

-- I I ALL OTHER WHO WERE ON Established For What Purpos t* and Subsequent History- good trred: of "no Intrinsic ra.ue" of i.


BOARD BELIEVED TO BE LOSTRESCUED All Premiums Were Yal table and Paid and Ex I make the above statement la Jo* I
lice| to the Florida East Coast Railway !
: Codification of City WITH DIFFICULTY Dibits Trans!ported Free Mr Intraham mercbanta and Were in the Possession of tI"t

citizens. and all who bare contrlbu-i I'

ted to the success of the fair TbeiDade
R Ordinances ByHim. 'I Tom Dickers Negro
County Fair la a last
Editor Metropolis: : dered an addition erected, doubling ) county
I. Ue Issue of the Tropical Sun of the capacity of the building tutlon and baa done much toward
Seattle Jan 25-A special from I ; building np the material interests ofevry
the 22 Ingt. the editor and one signing Through his great liberality Dade Thief.
Port Angel at 1:SO clock this morn portion of the county and each
his her name "One Who one haaJlOID-l'
that the rescue ship Topeka or I 1
Inc says portion of the county should be Intensely
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and convenient fair
most ,
Known criticising the est i.
with eighteen male survivors of thewrecked severely Interested
It
In and should!
tip In the State, costing nearly or quit '
of the Dale County
steamer Valencia baa ant- agement do all in their .
power to assist In mak
ed off Cape Bea'e Amonf the aaredare For eight year I have managed m"1 It Ooo Mr Ingraham. In whose department I' lag it a more potent vehicle for good
the fair U held and fostered
r asUtitlon\ and It has
: Was Practically Completed eve passengers sun a moet pkenomlnal every growth"year and has always taken a moat ilve'y instead of trying to break It down. Who Under Pressure Admitted t
TIle condition of the are The entlr praise It doe to Mr ,
est In It In fact
Much Interesting light pltUb They were taken from n :year It baa been a most potent factor I the Florida Bsat Coast every Railway Henry )(. racier, x,. J. E, I.* a.
l.t..1 nat
for ajrertlslng the resources of Dadecounty barn Mr They Were At His House li
raft and transferred to tk.Topeka. been and are Intensely .. and J. R. Parrott that Dadecoolly ,
In nil these I bar
tile .same being attended with tkCrarett years 1 baa a county fair From the
SitaatiolTbre
the the fair Here let If
hrcwn Oa I me say
never received& one penny eompensstloa time Mr Though He Clamia That Another
dancer u a heavy ten was baa beea mismanagement aa Flagler came to Miami be
for all the labor aaxlety aadthought

.dinsDcej. Paased-Fire De- running The survivors said that another raft It has taken to, bring about + none East Coast of the Railway offlclals have of the .n.c"1. baa spent.thousands giving of pf hip dollar money In freely thisenterprise Negro Gave Then to Him-His
suck successes In the planing and
to bad been launched from Ue Valencia aponalb* for It. The blame that the waste place might be
set Building Referred arrant-lag the details I have never built la One of Great Importance
and nettled and Capture
ap by n happy -
and the Topeka nt one began a search bad aawlManc I ttrely upon my shoulders, aa stir |
say '
for It. but It wa mot foundIt Isbelieved tars and general maaager. prosperous peop'e aad a pbenomlaaltacceaa
ommittee. there art very few If any Repeatedly I bar tried to get a Tb Last Fair I U nit award.E. r
x of the citlten. to :. V. B'aekman.!
other survivors from the wreck. meeting beta plan This wa the largest sad best fair ,
:'r the fair, yet I never succeeded In get Bees and Mtr
"iii I II ever held la the county For two :
.. them together to suggest I
tint or any month previous to the opening. my',
BOBBY BURN'SBIRTHDAY Improvement or change In tile maaagemenL time was filled to overflowing with j

%>. Th4 ipecial Beetlag of a. city Tb* Brat and econd year* j like detail of tile eomlag xhibtdOB. I GEN.I WHEELERAT Tom Dicker, the macro arrested at .

\wmdl: bid last sigh' for th. pair. of the fair al there se'ected the Judge, lees but ifinding In the womaa.. department I had the I a late hoar TveaJar night br hteaara.B ,ti

of receiving tae codification of was more or i valmab'e assistance of Mr*. E:. T. I K WHllaai sad
,pose dlssadsTaotton by the *xblbj ora, II' F. Hamilton H, .
Byington sad Mr*. J. P. Bawtel'e.In DEANS DOOR
tb* city orfllnaaee wu prwdsctlveet cbaagej this plan sad selected a I i the other departments I secured'I !' Milton Wricht. and upon whoa pecans
food aad It now seemt fad committee of tb* beet sad most reliable I
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Byftfh
watch stolen earlier
the service of M Jack Graham and was found a told
a, abort tins who tae maaldaalltyva citizens of Miami who bar other In the fruit department. I I i.m tile rBlr' from the room of a

b* working atom smoothly nader Islate, selected the judges In each and i|i Mr John Ellis was the untlriag sad i guest la the Bay View Hotel, turn

tk* proTUIoaa, tpedneatloaa aadI tCOTCHMEN Or THE WORLD every department von able maaager there Each of : i oat to be. without doubt Ue party
I Tfjralremeata of tb* new city charts 1 I Invariably, a* soon u tb. fair clo- these assistants recorded the entries FAMOUS SOUTHERN CAVALRY' j| who has been operating to success Mi

I / Attorney Atkinson to whom hat CELESRATINO THE ONE HUN-:J ed. the certificate were made oat .s they came la. Every precsutlon fa ly her for the pt several week Fta'
"ttjMdelegated U*> talk of codifying rand: a* fait u cal:*d for, deliveredor was taken to have these exhlbvtiropeily MAN AND PATRIOTIC CITIZEN !and even though UK lie not MX h.

th* ordinance, was prtssat with bit OREO AND P'O"TY.IEVINTHI I* seat to the address *f tile wla'ners. .-n.ecJ To these Itd'ei It NOW BATTLING FIERCELYWITH I'I will bar a bard time conrlnctag the

report and pit bit work sad what It ANNIVERSARY OF THE EVENT ,' At. fast aa then certificate and gentlemen I an under, g--at aol \ authorities and a Dale county juryto {
nteant before the council mor lateen were prevented they were paid ex lasting obligations. and the fair was THE GRIM REAPER-HIS the contrary ,

gently than be bad ever done before. I! cept the merchandise prise which 4 comp etc success. The fact which led np to tile can-

la M. report Mr Atktatna salt that | the winner bad to co'tect OEFA CERTAIN tare of Dicker were told: yesterday

,be had Included such ordinance U I A Shed Hist err *f the FairA ,' Vow about these charges of tae afternoon la the Metropolis H* wu
and warepeJdeither Sun and One Who Knowt If "One taken pate a
remained' In fore Washington. Jan U- Scotchmenthro few weeks before ice meeting Into custody by n chaslnf
snb.rgaeat'ordtaann. Who Knowt aided In making the last another U'kr. his ,
by the charter or probably partner ;
*(bout the world are celebratingthe of theatloual Tobacco Grower* Asortition *- I hair ,
He bad alas prepared a : I the great success It was th e couny who had been ranzht In the basement '
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one hundred sad fortY erenthannliercary In this cite. a fair was proposed
stated '" !Is un ler great ob (gallons to him New York Jan :r.G..ral Jo of ".
umber of new ordinance and of the birth of Robert y,. J. E. Inrrafcam, third vice- tbe March Vi t U Certain article

:that be found no ordinance relative Burns, their greatest poet Few president of the nor! 1a Cast Coast or her \\"IIf'f"n Is dying at the home of his of jewelry were found on his person.
i street Improvements or tile con.tKrtion hare such fame and Ral..y. took the Regarding the Eiprett CTiaryei among them tV! gold watch and sllrer
men won lasting matter up and entered I daughter In Brook'yn Hl. physiMans r
male arrangemerlj with .
I of sidewalks He nggeit 9'iptHxkaiav chain mentioned abor.
few are to near to the hearts of the into It with mucb earnetne
I It wilt be better to prepare a prop's a* Burn. whose Immortal I was Instructed to make arrangement bo bi the war 1 I. a coo said this morning that tilt end Confident that be wa connected I

act on the general revenue law conga are song and bred by the people for the fair Mr Ingraham trlbutor to 'he fair amt 1 a liberal' ore' : could no be long delayed with .If not the perpe.rator of the

be city leaving out the exprewriikmt today a* they were a hundred and agreeing' to famish the necearr ,i'I to transport free all 1 goods proper y'a1rtr GeneralVh<-..ler bad a slaking i>'her rohb rte' In he recent pastth st
tbe charter >-s.el to the fair oclvon! nil iutlnrltle
contained In more years ago money also a large tent from tbeLand spell! last mih. uhlch! caused ,rnt.n1l1..I h gen to work upon: him Y4
: use the number of occupational" The Caledonian Club ortanlr to return hem free of charge! Tb alone itlnt:: tix'""! !tau atemoon Deputy
tan Department All who visited
ass .. no far a I Ant. latwo and I thu morning there was C
| other license taxes can be greatlyled ration composed of Scotch.Amerl. I except aherlff Moran! par 'h I'r.oa
that fair remember of Its
| vnccet .
they onght to be clsssl or three Ins"ances. when parties no percept "i.l rtttnj l" atb la buta n ttgh'1tba'I he lei:
and cans living la this city, will follow For two or three year. after )Ir. In matter of hours rame near IngometVnr e
Its long estahllfbed custom and eel 'iwrntI, ire that they had '0 pal r tnrn '. ; He "didn't want to,"but
graham: from his department furnished .
.' Iji rrDr 1. who leftGenera
r. Atkinson further suggested brake the memory of Barns by a banquet : the entire amount of i bane. sad I I Im"t'lo>rllar. refund onromre man.i,e.l to keep from doing 'nThN I ,
money neon'essary \ ;
\
he hit
and ei'o them the amount pall If "One fr morning said '
the codification be caused ibis evening Many promj.! Warning 1ieIf Trohock took
to pay the entire expenses of that hl, lfevs.1: hanging' by a Ib".d.III.t r
I la the following order: Cityordinance. neat Scotch melcans .1.1 I be present these exhibits I felt that the f.lr'' Who Knows" was a sufferer along a hand at the pump" with the remit
nJopting oodlfea'the .t the banquet and several Inter this line. had notlfiel me he amount he was only) half conscious and that Dicker admitted having,; In his
rules ct order for tie gov eating' addrecsc on Burn. bit life was a great benefit to ererv personIn ', would hare been. tmmellatelr refund hat drt:b might come at say moment ptweislon 1 of 'h.. articles: of jew.
tll.eatloe the county; that through the bring oft So much! for the snare and delusion OxTjten;: was administered for the first '
t of the city council sad sod works are on the program for -rT atoms from the residence of Mr
of the of
ling together products palecounty
time this .
of the law. H* further the program for the evening i at a season of the year when mo"IDI.MARROII' ,r .. F. R Mrsnn on the nonth KileMondar -L
tbat the said publics.withheld Regarding the Wait Process .
nmeaded t Vest Palm Beach ng n (h ho wh; he declared they
our city and were
for the prevent thatsew Trenton N. J Jan 2S The Sled with thousands of tourists, was Few peop e have a-u I Idea of the were given 'o him by another negroHe
.. matter caa b* tocladed at Trenton Caledonian Club which wasrecently the greatest 1'Htb.mnt the county amount of ahor connected with th* I BREAKS sail I that they were In a room In
and the tame time organized has arranged for details of the fair The hooks come North Muni I and designated the placeHO +
could bare and that the countymerchants I t
'
illowtng a discussion of )lr. Atkln- a celebration! In honor of Robert from the judges eertlficatehave to the offlrerSheriff
I and *H receirtag& benefits RECORD
report which was moat IntelU- Burns birthday Wll'lam Stewart. tbreefrom should help to bear a por he made out then the mon"v prom FORMER Frohock Immedlntelr, inies'f.'

and Instructive the council took the president of tbe club( will act u I tics of the costs. so that more liberal IseJ secured before the premiums are gated and found. a< Dicker hat t said.

tM passage of ordinance and toastmaster at the banquet Serer-j premiums might be offered. rail The Cast Coast. Railway, al of the .Rob.non valuable but two !
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taw of th* bins defining the al prominent ....kf"r..111 dclTer] trough Mr Ingraham has sways been maT artle es. He slap found a very '
..C tb* city aod&oe! ; relating ad.If ese*. I The matter was taken before tile|i prompt In sending vouchers for the valuable overcoat<< which I* bettered
!!orderly conduct and committing I merchants' of Miami and West Pa'm ;i i amount needed! for the payment of | was taken. from the room of a guest F'

oa tae streets. pre crtbi.g Star City. la. J... 2S Vnder Beach The merchant of Miami ,, snrietv". preirlutns, ,, At the clone of Ormond Jan !4- Condition 'od..1.r. In the Hn,II:>.'on House one night the
responded nobly to this call making the fair ,last the work .. favorable for the fire 1 traces
.of evidence' and providlag pen- the auplces of the Burns Aanlrerary *- year worry long distance tatter part of 'acs week. 'h4'ch np to
for tile same. and for the ar Association an entertalnTent In 1'.1" offers of merchandise as premiums and strain aliening be fair nearly being pn led a Eon schedu Al j he. hour of tang! 'o press It had not aT'
and punishment of vagranta. These prizes offered/ by ournerrhintt prontratd men sad I I ..nt In N "au Seen llenMfled
of
honor the of
birthday anniversary fredanlerbllts two bintrod' and
I three of these bHt patted their Robert Bums. the great Scottish! poet were all ra'nable' no triakts for rent This made a II'tie delayIn :1bf'r'f! f"ruhr! I I. ponitlre he has rs'1'
readingt. and were adopted It will be gives here this erening It or tblnr of uncertain value were matins up the certificates As fifty home power car, which has not : la Dickers lanieron+ thief! and the I
of the council at ad ffered!' This they bare continuedo a* I returned. I took the started before Is expected to race today '
the cease will take the form of a banquet with nn np mat pan win hm t>r""n ionic a I of the'
meat that the city attorney meet in Interesting program of addressesand do ,tear after year many of them tvr and seat out the rtlflcates and +eating In this r'rr. and that he will

the rules and ordinance commit mualca numbers The members 'ncreastng their donations Later I hate ,i-alj every: one prevented to my ret he able 'o wring from him the
and examine of the organization win ,on that oe-.. or a statement of what !
as prepared T Mr Atkinson tad .....on. appear In kilts. wearing the lard of commUsionets: one from I I In not one sing:e In'a('.. has WORLDS FIVE MILE ll-ponitlon. h* male of the other proprtv ,
a report ft tb* next regu.ar sporran dirks and tkean thus. ther be city. and one from the Board of there Linn a certificate presented. to RECORD 1ROKEN1 i remainpg; nnrecorerel and In v.h

.p< r'.I". and hroache. which Trade All this went to swe I the |Mme, th't the hoder of the rertflcatehas he end rrt itn a large per cent of It 4

petition froaJthe fire department :heir fathers nM to wearViellng amount of premium' offered and wentllrectlr not recelred his or her money I Ormonrl Jan :i- TBe word' fires' to the rlgh'ful owner t r

t the adovaon .of the report to the producers of the roaD In a few r..... three or four the par mi'e record ws lowered today to two I

th* Board M Pnb'lc Work enJfjatter Last rear before the old board 'I I" hill I ling: .rtIII'II',( '.. till-ne.i| north minute, fifty four and three-fifths POTTER GRANT WEDDING '
of building a fire depart \ :. W. \a Jaa 25 The of Coal a, commlsiiloners went out amid 11 not leave their postofflce address seconds bLander Hemrr later

t building on the city lot was Scotch Thlst'e Society. composed ofScotch of office I went before them and they so I could not f'n,1 the 11'1'111' broke this recorl hr going 'the dls

tad the Mime referred to coma .American living In this city ,'' male an appropriation of $4on Jut One of these I hare paid within! a lance In two minutes .111 I thirty.four New York. Jantari !';-\fl.;rPot'er .
fire and water protection. sill>. .. customary celebrate the aanlvervarv 1M fore the fair I west before the new short time as the party returned and lI''ond.UDull"I.1! time In his two bin laughter of Mr aal Mr*.
to confer with the Bard of Pat> of the birth of Robert Burnt beard to get the appropriation TIle hr mcht In his certificate In another dred horsepower gasoline car F-ederlck (; POI'1'! Stuart ("0'.

orbs. with the return that theyat br a banquet at the \\lndsor Hotel I county attorney advised the new care I sent the certificate and checkto Later on Marrottt made the fire quhonn Grant son of the late Cot

the scat meeting of tbe An Interesting projnm baa been prepared bo*id that they could not make a legal a patty, who had changed their mile record official tine la two min C'olquhlla, r.rsn of I. nard. were

with pans and estimate for I approprla'ton to the fair and the I postcBlce address "This was done ute and forty seven seconds In hit married here today In .he Church of

the work requested" .I I new board refused to ratify the approprtattou I, Just before I left for the north The lI.am..r Fletcher covered tae be heavenly Rest 3'. ..r.1! kuadrml

mittens of a pubic nature Calumet, Mica., J... IS TV.I made by the old board I IIn letter containing the certificate and same distance In thre minute and Friends of the two famllle were "

give contlderatioa. th. major Scotchmen of this city wl I celebrit jostle to several' members of I check! was relumed to ibis office I two seconds.Hemery present at the wedding

th* evening being spent oa the the birthday of Robert Barn wltli a the new board I wilt say they expressed was In Sew York, when It was returned was ru"eI! out of all further

Into. Tb meeting rag big banquet under the antplce (011 themselves desirous of m'k.j and It remained In my office duringmy races because he refused to obey the WILL FLOW LIKE to

dN by Mera. Wharton Wilson|the Ct. Andrew Society The ReV 1 lint the appropriation, ton d It n": I entire absence A few dart sinceI orders of tbe race commltte I MUCH WATER.
Tacker and Lammna. Mr Beaton, of Cblcago" one of tb*;done legally bat did not care to I ascertained the right pottofflce address A great crowd la present and mach

most distinguished Scotch mlnltterT Abe risk of a nit at law and ptrbap I It'bare of the party and sent my check Interest anl enthnlsm manifested In New York Jan
:$-Tbl* evening
NECTICUT BU INE MEN |1 In this country, will be the prlacp' tile wbo'e amount to pay TIle to rarer the amountSo the events that are greater and better the annual ball of the Iqnor Dealer1 I

} IN SESSION 'itneeker Tie ReT D, Stalker w11la I chairman of tile board made a most I far as I know these are the only '*>.n oer before run hers \+suciarton wilt| bo held at Mtllnon 4

'so dellfTrsa short address. The>] Iberal' offer from his own pocket I Instances where the premiumswere Square Garden Thooe hal* although. '"

Calumet and Hecla band wt::1 furnish-,*5t Tlded the others would do the not promptly pall. or a. soon Married in Kansas I not r '
by ant
.Coma. Jan melon affair
XS-- The an i cn tnm ,
vends of the State BualAaaociattan the musical .4 |jwtt. >e The Miami Board of Trade as the money was received br: me I Married on Jsm:a-r IS at t p m i!'I hare grown '0 >>. among the mostVrartlte
opened bere' --- ..- '; look; up tile matter and make an appropriation mlxht further add that a portion of at the res'dence oflr J. C. Dim I Imlrk. stain c' this! kind In the '

with trifle | WVrcester, Mast Jan. !S Totlowing for the tame amount I II. the money via net retired until Hi"ixr Hsn'as Mr E. R Pn', -I'' and annnxll itrract an enormous (
a over one hundred Mr Henry M Finer bat from the afar my return from tee North .... ,
It* custom of former yean I and ter ail Mln G. R "enn a"on % I n V.s., 1 : !square r..rli"l1f" ;
ate* In at ten la nee Besides the C an Scott Lodge of tbl dt11 I.rart been greatly Interectei In the a paring of It never Yet thepH Mr Pnt'r |Ie ..el I and firontiyknown .- -he 's. orlih, the most e.. +

4eVcwte there were about tbtr "') 1 a celebration. this evening intt fair For several year. the fair had winners are receive! their money here being' one of the Poo.erBp .. e tpa" hare bra made kt't

forty officer, and directors of 'nrr of the one hundred and forty no home. the exhibitaelag be'd Intent There may ban been bad mans: of (Tncoan Grove an.i hating '. ,'t, r r r rt .. r- '''T1>a..1frm\ -r ,

State Association present The r'1I'1I MMhl.r of Robert Burnt the Royal Palqi.:atltK and inarch meat by me This, I do nof doubt a..1 l | there a number of fears The l.a I. ':. I I' ',".c' .Among th'
orgaslzstka IncloJee twentr b Iff'at Scotch poet The lodge bnlldlnt at could bo secured hat thenare o'bfM 11 ho could bride, I.1 'r>.> rnnge* daugbt of r r ? .f afTiir/ .1'1'| bf t
*MOdat 'I I be as sted by Tblst Lodge D, teeing un much better 0 Taad n'r 't' r' n sin+ pn"ng real l r
bout ton Mar Imports <* *n I a large gathering It expect ,def which\ the management was labor han I hut It has been my a ladr of hh character sn1 hemrr,; .n" "'11..' wine Th.-.

wfl' come np for conriflertid .' Thr program Include a reception Inf" ordered a ffne building' erected lot to manage the fair which I hated man accomp thments Af-er the .tll.; .. ', . I.n" wh'-h w'' I IJ'

dta coin, during the c
:aad a .wv- ns w- n'n.tl an 3. ',h dancing by expert MO Tear but It was found that It conscientious y "This rear on fir .' o Hyde Ten where they w|'I re ;, ,, -' 1 .If.. .. ,,. .
tern wffl deliver addresses daacer wa too ama'l when Mr Flag er or- I roast of my continued 111 h.a.tb site In the future .r.t: I night'HE I

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MIAMI MtTKOPOLIt. FRIDAY. JANUARY M. 1K4
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SEEKING HOMES IN FLORIDA.The I sxpeetora Ion on the stdewa'ks.' la public places n It"'... of traasporatloo. i,

The Weekly Miami MetropolisB. etc Ii It worth while to take ordinary precautions against the danger ,

I Il1'elt of such a malady! la the war agiaast It medical selenec can be greatly,
Jacksonrll Me ropolla a paper that can not say or Jo a tilag too
B. T tum. President 8. Bobo Dean See 'Tres. helped or hindered by the makers sad admlalaraton of munMapl laws '
or good for the Interest and upbuilding of the .State. and which Is I
TIll MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY and by public sentiment habits and customs. ,
particularly strong la behalf of Imml graikm anj the developing of Its vial

Bli n-onths . . . 1100 One year . ..11.00T area of lands, says: I :

paying ID advance will receive s year's subscription for 1110 "It Is gratifying 'o learn that parties now In the state are prospectingfor WOMAN SUFFRAGE.I

an I all moatbi subscription far 75 cents This to a liberal dlscourt to Indus localities for farming and fruit growing Some of them come from

strictly advance payment Ca Ifornla, confessing that the orange and graptfrul' grown here are superior la spits of the activity of a c'ass of ambitious females, woman suffrage '

to those grown in the Pacific slope People also: are In the State It making very nttlo headway. In four Ita Wyoming. Colorado L'tah'i't 1

Entered at the Postoffice at Miami. Florida ai secoodclaas matter. from the eastern section\ of the coon ry for the purpose of Investigating vegetable and Idaho- women possess the suffrage on equal terms with men They;'

growing. and there are others who want to come and \lire In FlorIda have had It la Wyoming for thirty five years la Kaasat women vote taX
'. ..SIP' ,,,..DAY, JANUARY H. 1901
: to enjoy the gen al climate and to ge. away from the humdrum business I school sad municipal elections. In elgh.een other States women ntnesssi '

of many yean and to rest school suffrage. but in no Southern State, except In Louisiana where women J

THE VALUE OF PUBLICITY. "Well we want all good people who call to come here and help In the I taxpayers may rote ou questions larolvlng pub Ic expenditures ,

grand work of development There are many opportunities offered, especially Last year's results were as a kll lag frost to the rfftrts of the t ft* '
rzr;
in farming and fruit growing Some handsome ,...urns hare .a ra.ct-IL In California a woman suffrage amendment I to the Coast.'.

> committee of the New York Chamber of Commerce hat made a report been made on crops of oranges this season, and the Idea that fruit growIng tutlou was defeated. U Kansas a Mil permitting women to rots for Pro.**

to that body IB which the evils of "sordij ommercla lim" are pointed 1s decreasing or that growers are discouraged la all nonsense The dent failed. In Massachusetts three woman suffragist bills were defeated. .

ou as callloc for protect and rejection The report at prime In oar die- yearly Increase since the big freete of IMS Is evidence to the contrary Montana voted against giving women the toll o and Missouri refused .. ,.J ,

patches yesterday says: "Thenj stmovphere of our cotnmeietal life has Just aa long aa oranges will grow In Florida they will be grown, lid all change Its Constitution so as to give wen the voting privilege. Illinois' \

become Impregnated wlfh an undue det:re for wea'th and power To I may nit assured of that fact It Is the same with regetab'ea. also rejected woman suffrage. Wlscons fused! to give women the ballot

attain thee ends apparently no meant hare been left anemp'oyeu! ." lathe I "There Is plenty of land and It can be obtained on most favorable In municipal elections. Whettag. W. > a voted against woman suffrage '*. I

opinion of the committee publicity\ U the on'y weapon ,h'rh! can he usedto this In municipal elc Ions. It was a bad year for the female suffrage advocate. V
be mad
of kind
erins by a Ibo wish to tlllil. A crop some can on
successfully combat this evil Referring more especially to the Insurance The condtlons are not likely to Improve -uj
I land every month of the year.
revelations the report sayt: Publicity it really the best merits of keep- In Great Britaa women rots for certain oval offlcera In Australia, 1New
The absurd statement as to the Intolerable heat of the summer that
lag those who hold fiduciary positions under the eye of the public\ It Thousands Zealssd.Cspe Cotour.Caaads aaj In parts of India women may vote for ,;
some people are made 'o believe Is aa exaggeration of people
thereby gives the officers aad directors a realizing sense of oblgationssesttng I municipal or school offlcera. U various European countries then Is womaa w'
1 who come here with the Idea that they could not stand the warmth of the
on their ad ml nutrition. as hat"been evidenced by the rapidity with suSrage.: more or less restricted: in the Inlted States he sentiment ?
summer bare long since been convinced of the fa slty of he assertions and I II
which reforms hare been Instituted since pub'lctty has been given to the an nst woman suffrage to stronger than It was a few yean ago I.u.LII the u
I the exaggerations. It Is warm here but b> in means Intolerable as thousand i
: the movement has received little encouragement
iBternoJ affairs of these ('Oml'ul.. I ,
can testify. and all kinds of work progress here In the summer .sf'h I
Publicity* Its great va'ue_ .. been convincingly demonstrated In the tl
ou any ill effects from the nil Such things as itcrokrs sad: pr:> 'rtloni ',
last I a white light: has been turned Into dark places, and rotten-
year are almost: unknown As good health Is ma* a ntj In Flor.da .* WHAT IS YOURS. 1;
less and rtscallty hare been pltllrssly revealed making possible the correction
an.>"here. and the nights of the summer are cool affording refreshing
of evils that are eating into the very Ufa of the N'UNODe
sleep The winters are mild and the society good, and all are ready to Verily this Is a day of food fadaeaKh r.anka. bogus oc on and cripplefmltUed .
dreads publicity as do the eri -dorrs. those who commit wrong against .
'come those ..h ocome with aa Intention to help develop a dn.mprore: theoris s. Each: particular set of cranks I. represeated. by a magna
4
and public Interests, the grafters the betrayers of trusts, the coyrup'latata
prlrate
the State In any way nine or periodical puh'lcatloa. Those pub Icstiont svem to bo ..lIIberl... ''+
In office '
Then there are books of the lasso character and they doubtless find ma;y, f
The greed for money Is grew In these days of mercenary lust and culture artaai
readers. New thought, sexual science physical vege
sordid ambition but the press can exert a powerful Influence In making infamous GENERAL LEE'S CENTENARY mental: science Christian theosophy, meats) healing mystic science, rages '

those who acquire<< It dishonestly Publicity can reach where courts eratoa naturopathlc methods electric light baths Swedish Passage. hy 1dropathy

caa.oe.. Iren the meet renal and sordid desire TO be regarded as rotapecuble. It Is not too early to begin the discussion of the question of a proper magnetism hypnotism the Kaelpp cure occultism p.yehothert.petuttcs .*

Publicity\ U a preventive and a pnrtfle It ls an effective I manner of celebrating the 100 b anniversary of the birth of Robert E. Lee chiropractic astrology, rtbradou massage, physical suggestion .J

agent In clearing the moral atmosphere. The scoundrel who feels coo- I Jan. 11 107. these are a few of the subjects numerous men of vsrtous degrees of sanity ]

dent of erading or escaping the law becomes frightened at the thought of No man In the records of the English-speaking peopl. stsndt higher Intel Igeneo and hones'y are discussing with the logic of parrots set oo '

publicity When It la attire and courageous I's restraining Influence Iseater I than Gen Lee Of Americans he and Washington are easily first and asa :ierency of magpies. '

than the court greater than the pulpit. renter than any other i mi jury genius he was greater than Washington and ranks with the The list of totalled health foods seemingly Includes sxcelslor, saw. ,
Immortals He did not have display h. Irks r',1
an opportunity 'o s qua dut bran, corn-husks sterilised sodfisa macerated prunes eosTso grounds. '
but his talents such that It Is crc-lb that had
The newspapers of the United States hare a great responsibility restingnpon statesmanship were e desiccated fodder bruised outs, chopped hay, ground corncobs, grist.sain

them They hare a great opportunl, a great work am Important July.U been gives a chance he would have adorned any office where clearness of I sweepings. cracked tanbark. caaned stump water, condensed train oil sad!
vision and maturity of Judgment are the essential' ..IIt1f1.
the name honesty and patriotism and decency they should measure up I the like Doubt:ess there are sensible people who eat sensible health foods. ,,
The commanding quality which GeL Lee Integrity ofsoul.
*o their opportunities with due appl'f'da'ioa of Ue good they can do. possessed was I I: Is not of them we speak. -
He thought no wrong, knew no wrong lid could do aj wrong intentionally. and sal -
There are nutrines and kolas and vitas aad ootohs noon reano
His motives were pure. As a rasa In ;rttate life he had none all of Imposuatfci 1t&lngs
A SPIRIT OF JEALOUSY. of the faults which are attributed ::0 many men and from which even Washington hearing names BO language recognises. There are people who lav .

was not free. No other man who ever lived la this: country can so and whoso
slat that It to dangerous to oat anything hut nuts and vegetables,
entirely be held up as a model for other men to faihloa their lives after. and NutsaadBolts.
diet consists of Eata-Hea: >Wheat. Sawdustlaa, Grape-Vtool
The Miami Metropolis comp'aln because W. E. Curtis a correspondent The celebration I of the 100th anal rersary should not be sectional 0... A faddist who shudders at the thought of "hawg Boof aid pities t

of several western papers refers to Miami before Ue railroad was built as Lee was as much a patriot at was Lincoln. Gnat Jackson or Washington the poor Ignorant BOB and ......* wh* eat nothing hut food, writes to the

a "'teepy title vl'lag.." It reminds us of the Indignation of a Philadelphia The student, the Inrestlga and the unbiased historian are In accord on author of "Noa-rital Dietetics," oc some such thing 1 seen your ad

who heard a Mule girl who was going through that city on a fresh-air neursr this point It would be a "opportunity, to exhibit the oneness of ecou.try I and I tried your course, and now I ass a convert as well as a pervert Tong
of Gen Lee's The day ahou'd be celebrated
>B, bring neat out of New York, the Herald, say that she "liked this celebration centenary truly Dippy Bun......."

the country n* ..en.. the city but thought the Philadelphia country was In Boston as welt as In New Or ease la Chicago: as well as In I Whence come an the halt-baked theorists who are cousummlng so muck

the .'"plNt she had ever sees" It must make a Chicago smile to observe Miami ,, white paper publishing pamphlets a4 hook;eta oa hydrotherapy psycho.

how oar bantam cities strut about-Orlando Reporter logy heliotherapy uropothy, ltsiiht< '0f7. etc. They dauntless make a

Had Miami Orlando's age on Its shoulders and were It no farther de- AMBASSADOR WRIGHT.When i living by It or they would tun. jiuj:

re'oped tksn that tow the Metropolis would be unwarranted In taking '
If the railroads are to give no rebates and ao passes, they win be eaU
Mr Curtis or any other person 'o task for calling It a "sleepy Uttle Tillage" Governor General Luke E. Wright\ I let the Phi tppines for a six I
I led to the thaaks; of the people who have sacrificed their self-respect
hut here :t U different Miami sever has been asleep It.... nothing; _tb.' leave of absence In the CalteJ States.he told he Filipinos that howouM

neither town, village or hamlet before the adren- of the railroad nine years : return. He came: home with the .Intention of returning Since his : for such things la the past and who Bow will reform because they ay (

ago but since then It has forged ahead by leaps and bounds until many arrival he has been offered the position of American Ambassador o Japan. i not in a posit oa to do aaythlag elM;

paces' Orlando among them, hare been relegated to he rear by vim energy has signified willingness: to accept It. and the other day the, President : Cultivate a maaaer that makes friends. Make all your clerks cul r- 4

and announced he appointmentIt
prosperity
rate such ways. too. A pleased customer comes again; a dissatisfied one. '
It dora make some people so mad to see another place or thing get 1 has been rumored for some time that Gen WrllIt..otiS not returnto sever Of course some customers would he satisfied.. with any treotanoat ;

ahead an! distance them, and we ply the Reporter man for displaying the Phlllpplnea.but wood be succeeded by Gen James F. Smith The nukes
but with most people a pleasant word and a satisfactory purchase ;
in public print such a feeling of jealousy agaiast another place that Is rumor has been verified The office of Got tree General of the Philippines Ufeong frieasa

thriving better, probably, than his own town to a high and important position-one of the xu.t Important at the Presi

dent's disposal, and Gen Wright has fll'ed It s th credit and distinction.
The Dally Globe to ho published at Tampa seven mornings I la each week
He has been IB the islands for six years however and that Is a long time to
hy A. F. Lorering and son, has made I. sppears.oe. aad Is one ef the
. FOOL SALOON KEEPERS. serve in the work he has been engaged In Little additional honor and '
ate,' ueTopoUtaa appearing newspapers published at present la Florida.
distinction could come to him through longer .tf"ee: there While\ the
1 The u obo starts out with bright prospects an dtho Metropolis must wishIt
work has been at ractire It has Its disagreeable features. Had GOB.

A wife and chl Jrea lave been awarded I17.SOO damages against three Wright returned. he would probably hare resigned In another year a ..ag life of prosperity and_ success. fM.

Chicago saloon keepers w in Us face of her pleadings and s at- The new position which be has been appointed Is one of added taper
FaClereu. the BOW president of Tense I Is (4 years old. but still strong
story warnings U selling liquor to the husband and father. In comment- acre la view of the sew position Japan occupies among aatloas. It laB
and rigorous, to a wealthy landowner load of oateralaing and Inclined to
lag on the verdict and commending It, the Inter-Ocean says: "The liquor mission" of the first clan General Wright ...1'1 discharge: the duties with
be coasenmtlrt Hs to strougty .ta favor of the separation of Church gad '
'
traffic 1s to'eratej on the theory that It U pou", for the avenge man credit to himse f and country .
State aad has a cloaa reoerd.machetoaaer rep hat his predecessor. who
.. drink without aces seriously harmful U himself or dependent*-that
was t ISM what Implicated la 'the Paaaanu Caaal sea Lagtoa of Hnnirr eras. _
Uo ftreracu aaaa can rutrsjsti or raise himself hy drinking without wast"anr -
himself TUBERCULOSIS.The .>-'-. Bo all has a harnttacoAd very peular wits who win make Msotosa. '
Ma ewta aad taJurUg society hy making and IDs family abunken

**.. H Hevrrer. metal custom and positive law hare long sn erecognised meatiest a fact wanly ef ooaoftsisUaa. J

that there are men who can not be trusted to refrain from ..- warfare waged by Medical Science agaiast tuberculosis to of more A compulsory school law la not so much needed In Florida ns money >

Juru-g themselves, their tangles and society by their excesses! and for human than battle that could be
Importance to the race any fought by armed aaj laws which win provide more attractive school houses, longer terms

the protection of those so Injured JOT likely to be, restraints hare been Losts ou the bloody field of war Destructive plagues come and go hut and a higher grade of teachers Some of the school houses sre a disgraceto

devised for such men and stains: those who prey upon their weakness.To tile p ague of the "..1I1 e death" claims! all seasons and all Nations for Its the State and many of the teachers are ncapaMc The present sop*

prevent the Idot or the drunkard from wasting his property tao law own. It Is widespread. constant and remorseless-c'almlng Its victims inu-ndent Is doing yoeman .service n Improving both, and In time the ff '

long ago began to step In and place him: under guardianship by appointing hy the ml'lion and banging 'Iks a black shadow over thousands of hornet suits will be shown. When the schools are made a tract".. the children '

a conservator for his estate Then It was recognized that a mechan No other disease which affec the human race has such a record. Itseeks will not have to be forced Into them.
ic' skit an J a laborer stiecgth are also estates which he ought not to
I s victim among the high and the low, the rich and the poor from

he permitted to wsste Hence the .laws Imposing. penalties oa liquor dealers crowned head to "the m.aItla the hoe" Medical and sanitary science has la the record of Florida Industries h Is stated that this Is the only State ,
who after In such t
warn ass st .te.
proper
ag done much to check Its Inroads and to relieve Its victims. but the fight to In the Union producing sponges, .!the harvest amass lag to half a million
This is a liberal sternest of the rsse-of the theory which permits the
far from being won In he end however victory will doubtless be dollars per year Yet Florida does not sponge on say of Its sis er States
traffic and the reasons why It is hedged about by restrictive laws The I
achieved for anything it consumes It..to a self supporting State It possesses
later Ocean adds: It such ami can not be effectively enforce upon the
I An International Congress oa Tuberculosis I. to be held In this country the finest a"ndlll' 'Imher la the country. It produces a large pert 4*
liquor trade! then there Is ro'y one aliertstlte That Is to adopt be
.n 1908. the per liUnsry arrangements of which are under the direction the naval! stores It ass nit fisheries It Is about the only state products '
view of our Prohibition fr. ndi that the liquor traffic s so ....aU.I' andIrremedliby
of Pr Lawrence rich: of Philadelphia This congress will bring togeth i Si UlaaU cot on Jt Is the garden State of the {'a 1011. It g I the
that! si i
bad efforts to keep s operations with;n the boundsof
er from si over the world noted phjiielans and pa boloclsts who are wad. I finest citrus fruit. In the world It has the finest climate on earth and so
tha :
public tafety are useless sod noth ng can be done with It except to a
against ttiherruUmls Prizes will be offered for the greatest re- much of It that I divide ek.erfr'1y with the native of every other !Stale I
Ing war ,
wipe: it out We can do wi hut the 1.quor trade. and If we find ourselves
I du "' Ion In he .I.'h l rate f'om tuherrulotl In the large Cities from 1O5! in the t nlon Orlando Reg:ster.
unite o keep It with a tat n1t e tha I end with suppressing It a'toether < ;

Jon: si si' civilized cat.001 fiiallv suppressed plrsey. and for the same rea to 1H'V Ottxr print prnpoetd "l I he for the Mt exhibit of laws and I
It M mid there la s mor-ment to nuke Pr. .. trot l Rum. '. P" .,
roe That is shy every dtcert liquor dea er and decent according! to ;, and ordnances for the prevention of t utK-rrulonls by any country. .
of the t'nlu'ralt of Cbneob"! he leaves h .
their llchts many liquor d'alns, .".- ought to hope that soh dec.sions; for the beet p'h""Clrai' exhibit ; for the test fnhlht of a furnished home + l1'hrH.< rose t 111 ito
':to th s It will he nef ..ary to gaga the .
.mull"I" of '.
as this s I be made effect te Wi'hjjt men lass. ue'l 1 enforced, there for the j xir In the IntreeM of the cru.aJ. Stains tubrrculoeia for the rt .in.r,

..oud be no permanent saf-n for the I qnor trade as sn occupation" best f'sb.blt of s workshop or factory In the In'f'r..t of the eru.a.leSKlluet I y which! prml.s'hat only a Baptlts shall boll th. .t\r.\ ."f P lent

This is the nrterace'd s it...-al nevitpaper! published In the second utwrru o.1.l for the Lest exhibit of a hotel In the Inttri.' of the RItlt"f'1torbl""* In the Dutch Reformed Church Thr, hi.f a'k!
to the effect test he would become .. .
largest city la America TIe nentiment aga.nat the liquor trade Is en crusade against tubrrcu'o l : for the beet exhibit of a anlTartiim for the probably Pr dent Hl -" his

counted bad suvnuhenrd t e* :. y and t .- br the defiant awl I the lawless treatment of rousumpt.tes an img 'the irklog rawer. for he I.! .' exhibit a'ma mater when be re I ice from the presldeorv pr>si.le l l n'' E' ''to "f

Mlo* The cons which heir HaTarl la T:: rears old and w1|| be TI when Rnr''f'h? r.Mr. I 'in' office
sa of
f'f'rr:1t: > Ing on premises. sn.l of t dlpooD.arJ for the treatment poor r' n uniptltfi>. to the aoclettrnMfd p
wh.ch statutory lass doing than and his :rears of ulf'fuID.1\ : be searing the cal I Ir RH,," ''. .
dUregard are more any orientations and In the crusade against tubercu on bating he largest; membership 'o

officious Prohibitionist to hasten the doom of the saloon The greed and ; for the bet plan for raining money far the rrurade against tuberrn I1IC'h'ecHJrpo:'"' 'he nnlrr'. ", muut jn withont a Pre M"nt for 'IIr-.. 'earn.3st .

avarice and dull perception anj dwarfed moral senslbl es and Indifference 1<"11."

'o reasonsble and liberal public sentiment. of a ease of saloon keepers Consumption Is not cured bv drugs Sanitation and hygiene. diet exerctte the Sprlngfl.M! RpubiUD."T1a.: sew Ken'ucley ffU-nar* ""f, +

wilt bring deferred destruction to them at last There are saloon keepers aid temperature. etc mus be regarded I Ignorance and diarexard Paynter wasoo young to serve In the Confederate arm ant n- I. tile 4

who do not seem to bare enough sense to go In when It rains of methods of prevention add large y to the number of consumption vie I first Senator of that sort Kentucky has bat The rn Ire Smrh. n.w I. ray r

resented by s con.lderable number ,.f men In 'he branch .
upper
-- Urns. Expectoration U one prolific raUia.'I'tlm.. of the disease are 1 trees
who were born too late to fo'low Jackson Bragg. Johnson
Senator dark of Montana, has added to his collection of mines by the perml"ted to expectorate anywhere. though It Is well known that the sputum 1 or bee itwon't t
I be long before the last
Confederate soldier wIT:
purchase of the famous talon mine In ElJorado county Cal. The Standard drying and blowing about freights l the air with germs of the deadliest J.s: 1 1I havpa.M4 out of 4
the Sena
e forever" There are use Confederate
veterans la the
oa Company offered tU&OOOO for It some months ago but Senator I ease with which medical science has ever grappled Houses which have I Senate. .1
1 Carlls was a Kentucky Senator who was not a Confederate: veteran.
Xetihv.
dark pays 'UN.ooo..After( taking out 11..10"000 U hallos former own- been the homes of consumptives are ren'ed, without proper slnfeetloa .
er was Senator Beck, if ,
I are sot mistake As the Repeb'tas asy V
era of the mine lost the rein pad sold It for $1,400. The new owners found to unsuspecting persons and in various ways It is not on y uncheckea but It won't be long before the lad ,Confederate lOI4MrII hare passed out

It and up te date. k has yle'ded Il1.OOO.eoo. Senator Clark's Income from promoted. In the battle against pulmonary tubecu'oslt :he Importance I II of the Sense forever The
I ssm. may ho sold of the f ntou veterans Oily r
mines U said to be In the neighborhood of IU.004NM not be orer-estlmnted. ,
his copper a year of prervatton" caa eenn'f them see anus t. the Sena'.. Out of ninety Senators there are

and a* to probably able to pay cafar the Union BUM.v !very e.ty should have std rigidly: enforce .aws against promiscuous oa.y sixteen oU soldiers.THI .

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by ordinance The council appeared RECOMMEND NEW IIREDPT.IIEADQUARiERS PENNSYLVANIA
- DADE COUNIY FAIR 'n think that be had had sufficient I AGRICULTURIST MEET Irl II

time to do the work undertaken,

GIVEN A HARD BLOW hence rl I> rk latlve the Instructions to the meeting Issued to next the Are Assembled In Annual' tesalen at WILLIAM J. BRYANIN

''J rlnealay night 'IOut.I. Harrisburg Court House

.,.' of this mat er the meeting fOREIGN LANDS

,'; 'tader To i was d".o.d of interest and wa attended The regular weekly meeting of Ae i I HarrUburg. Pa January 24 -The I
"Who U
the beading by President Wharton and Member If M west I read Mr. B taa'a letter
Hoard of Public Works held Monday :! The annual session of the 'Pennsyl- W foreign Travel sow
+ Blame For This?" and signed by -OneTOu ""MII, Reltlr Tucker Chail'eand
the Croaland. and the session I II nlshwas productive of tGuld..rabl.1! vanla Sia e Board of Agriculture >. die IMW U _scriM 1r tile Ci......
> Knows" tbe last Issue of waaf'f
. opened by Introducing the new aanlar business, some of which was of much i opened In the Court room of the Fed- <
... West Palm Beach Tropical Sun con- i I i William J. Bryan, editor of The Commoner, sailed from
Itl
\ ordinance .bl'h1..e4 Ant Importance to the city.Principally I I eras! building this morning Cover- San Francisco '
7 for
ee.Gila an article relative to tbe modeaad 'ben carried overntll September a Tear's visit abroad In the
manner of operating the Dade reading and constdera- among this was the nor Pennypacker. who Is president of course of his travels, Mr. Bryan wifl visit the following named
for final
:the next meeting
County Fair that I I' unjust nnwar- ton and actionA recommendation of the board to the I I I the boarj. opened the felon countries.:

raa ed and untrue the author of the petition was received from theart.nis council that the city proceed to erecta I|I After the usual commit" c< had been I

yarn ,,evijcnth being Ignorant of the + residents of llth street regoMting new fire department headquarters apprln ed and some rou: "' bu.'nes I HAWAII JAPAN BRITISH: IKI.E.H
true fads or wl'fully misrepresentIng :i bat that thoroughfare be | oa the city I lot at a cost of 14.001This nsacted. several IUI.rcIIDI( papers CIIINA IXIHA, PHIMPPIMtlAI.AMtt.
them I ma ter came about through a were read among them r ne dlttlnguliheJ AI'TRtl.IA. FJJYPr.: TAIK-sriNF.I : ,
la the communication! the writer paved from curb to curb and a sewer -1 di.*u..*.ioo relative to making repairs' ; authorities like E E XKWZF.AI.AM>, TURKEY <; RCK; F..
laid from Avenue C to the Boole- tcPAIS.
nay that exhibitors in the past hue ', and Improvemen to the present I buck of Rome, Slate Zodo"ist Cbllb-I ITALY. JWIT7.F.RI.AXI,
card It referred to the Board FRANCE,
a1 various times been told that carry was building occupied by the departmentIn Surface Dr. George G. Groff of NORWAY. JKRM: .NY.
charges of exhibits to and from ; of Public WorkaMayor I conformity with the request of thechief Buckne'l. I'nlverslty, and o bere.1 DENMARK, Kl'MIA. "' H' F.ItF.X, HOLLAND

Miami would toe none by the FairAssociation Sewell. In a communication. and In which It was the sense There will be sessions. 'i the ,
council 'hat he had From each of the countries named, Y Rran..1II .
Informed the I r write letter
or donated by the express: of the board 'bat inasmuch as the noon and evening. The address of
'' exnijtjny which, In most case if Dot ''r pointed A A Bunnell and C. 'P-I Improvements desired would cost at he evening will b* on "[;rf'f'
all turned out to be a snare and a Plerson. regular policemen upon pay least. tW.nd on account of the bnl'd- Stock on the Farm r:, Thomas These letter

1 s'ustoa: It a'so recite that exhibitor j from the city and J W. Rogers, a ing being he property of anothcr.that 'I Sbaw, profeor of animal I industry athe I desire to read every will one be of published th.... letter in The tbouM Commoner hue no, and time those In subscribing who.

nave In many cases bad 'o wait special officer for the Royal Palm \ the board "reported back to the council University of Mlnneso: a fur Mr. Hryan' paper.-
for weeks and months for premiums I ground, he to receive his romP"U..- adverse'y on the propose Improve Tomorrow morning rer rts of spec

when awarded Other charge of I I tins from the hotel, company The ments. tails s will be submitted sad| ccnsld: I Iereil The Commoner It issued weekly sod the xirtM-riptloa price i is

minor Importance are also maJe. ,IscUoaa of the mayor were appro"e4'1 This was followed by a resolution Among those who will submit'' stead a ,..ar. By cpe?ial srrapfcemml with the ibliher., we are
The Metropolis has given the matter I A petition from Frank I by Mr beffler that It w s the sense retorts| will be weather ob'ervr E enabled to ofl>r for a abort time only' thr Commoner and the Miami

careful I investigation and it find j aad hers for four electric light In '. of the board hat a sultab'e I and permanent R. Demaln, Col H ( hemming I IH Weekly Metropolis one year, both for |i Ii), when paid in sdvssre.

.nat "'ODe110 Knows" Is greatly la I jrort Dallas Park received coaalderatlon building for the fire department E Cook of Denmark. N Y and or we will seed The Commoner and the Miami Tile Merr..po4>. for

; .. Relative to the expense of I| as did two others, one from G, be erected on the city lot at a others. In the afternoon the cn( the l>aily

transportation of exhibits being borne D Brassier and others for lights on cost not ''o exceed ".MO. and that on forestry will submit an In- Metropolis ato.e

"by the Fair Association tad the Express i Kh street between Avenue B and C., the council be asked to give the recommendation ereittnc report The meeting will Address order to Wail f4lthg tee ...(. fU."
Company, the same I.I true The and the other from the rMiden'a of careful and 1 Immediate close with several addresses In the

F.E.C.Railway has always: brought i Avenue a, between llth and 12th consideration. & evening.

aa4 carried alt exhibits Tree, and we streets for one light midway of th* I Among the other buatnessrytransacted -

express Company has done ,lie name block. Both petitions were graa'edand by the board was the ret lrlOI ILL FOR DIVORCE

, thing, at all times correcting errors referred to the Board of Public I of a report from the city engineer
and making refunds where charge' Works for executloa. re'alive to the grade of 10th street
had been made by mistake oa fair exhlblts. It was ordered that tbe marshal be between Avenues A and B. la the Circuit Court of the Seventh Pomona Nurseries

TheM charge would be .- relieved of a' fine charged a gainst The clerk was Instruc ed to notify Judicial Circuit of the State of TorIda -
cured by exhibitors shipping tract his for collection the Mr. Oer'ack' to lower his sewer connection
.
on municipal la and for Dad County IB
'r lad produce and not marking It fair court docket: aa the same wa entered I oa Tenth street to the proper Thee wanting orange
t exhibit, but as soon as brought to grade. Chancery

, f Ole attention of the agents a satlsfse- I through error. I The .engineer... Instructed to Ida E. Saafordv and
Cemetery Superintendent A. J. 1111 Grapefruit TREES
tory correction was made.. Rom run level on Cth ,7 b, tth. 'tll, 10th Bin for Divorce. I
requested that b'ocks 17 20 and
,
:' Relative to the fact hat exhibitors I and UOi streets, from the Boulevardto
had to wait for months to get their tl. of the cemetery embracing about Avenue D. Albert Sanford

remlum.. the matter la beat explalaCW .half aa acre of land be cleared It appearing by affidavit and those in
The city engineer submitted a pro- contemplating planting grove the future should investigate -
and laid off Into to. The
" 1 lIT Mr. E. V. BUckman. secretary samewa ale of Sd street from Avenue C to to the bm filed la the apPlad"1 our stock. We are now booking orders for present
+ and general manager of the Fair granted. the Boulevard and also reported that and future and
that die planting are offering
The ire department cause place of residence of
appropriation
AaaoeUtton. who ''MY.AIl: exhlblton -
he bal seen Mr*. Brtckell and re-
at every fair held la this county ef tilt per month, was ordered paid. quested that she change the grade of Albert Saaford. the defendant there-

tar been given their premium This and use or two other minor Brtckell Avenue from 2d to J4th la named I* unknown, and that there the Best stock ef free errr grown tn Dade County high
certificates Immediately after the Matters outside of the IU'ncttaaa
1 street' but that she did not desire 'o I
la
ao this State U service
.eloslaj of toe fair. What they did ianed Mr. Atkinson, was all the baa- chance the trade la question.It person pine nd high hammock aids*. We Invite buyers to riut
N will them I do ao- know. The cefttacate best traaaeted. after which a recess was ordered that 20th reed from of a subpoena upon whom would bind

entitled them to collect the was taken until next Wednesday Avenue D to Brtckell avenue be repaired the said defendant and that the said our nuttfrtet and examine the frees. We hare all the leadIng

premium. ttfg! and the trade so changed thatIt ; defendant so conceal himself that
A tithes well know throughoutthe will not cross a certain private and beat varieties of' Orange and Grapefruit Treea
process can act be served upon him
county aad.haTtac Interest: her property.A .
and at West Palm Beach fa dlacvaa. bid from Fred Rutter agreeing to and that the said defendant I* overthe i Budded 'OIJ either :Jour Orange or Rough Lemon Roots

tug the Tropical Bun article salt: Washington Letter. bare catch basin and make connections ace of tweaty-oa year
.
1 think each a kick at the above, with the maaho es at least oa*
It 1* therefor ordered that the said Knrsene located in section i 2 miles west of Miami rock road
coming from West Palm Beach, **fflctcat foot lower than the oerflow.th. same fa
U can the climax. I penes. to_ ha eaBBtrnetaJ nf brick and_ cement defendant be and lie U hereby required also near Little River and Fulford. By securing tree from home

any know that outside of faralsalncghfbtts I at a price of 114.3 each, wa to appear to the bill of complaint nurseries you take no risk of importing! WHITB jar.. W other insect

t of ar and manufacture and accepted, and he was instructed to filed la said cause on or before Monday I I diseases. This i i. an important matter which shovtd iorn* overlooked.
Tying off a goodly portion of the Washing on. D. C. .... 24 -The ) ]build each basin at the corners of\ Large illustrated catalog with price and d descriptions varieties
the 5th day of March A. D.1IM.
prise offered In those departments I Senate Commttte which I* looking la-11 I ith. 4th and 10th struts and Avenu mailed free on application. r*
every season that Palm Beach and otherwise: the allegation of said bin
Panama I I'lue 'B at once.
I to Canal affairs has gotten I
the north end of the county have never The bid of C. Cone to balM two will be taken a* confessed by the said i The Gnffing Bros. Co.
( Into a bad tangle at tbe
contributed materia'lv toward the I1ucoew very
cart for the city at ITS. wa accep ed i defendant.It i
r of the fair. At the last fair | I outer! of Its labor n has a recal- I and tie work ordered proceeded with | I Local Offktti Unit Riper and M mJ. Florid

there wa but oee premium offered i 'dtraat witness on Its hand la tile a* rapidly as possible. i i* further ordered that this order

from shoes Wet by Palm Beach Bros.-,a pair of IS | ,person of Mr. Potrltney Bigelov: a'magatine The board decided to purchase from be published. once a week for eight (I) I f"OOOOO )CXXQX()QQ():< : XiC'O r. . . <> . . .
Anthony ) : he city engineer a complete map cf
UabJtII writer of tome reputation. consecutive weeks In the "Miami Metropo'ls. -
stipulation 'hat they be a the city at a price of ,&0. I la''
tost Pa'm Beach Woman Agalast 1 Mr. Bljeiow was a college classmate After auditing a number of bill : a newspaper published

this one premium offered from that IJ l of Emperor William of Germany and ;| sal acting upon a fp* other mla"r said coua'y god State.

pise gets will the show records that of the prizes fair amount-ij....- I! a close friend of President Roosevel matters the board adjourned I Done and ordered at the Clerk's of. 1Y.I.JA.1WJ: : : :

lag to upward of KM. were captJbwdT besides being a traveller, a good all Ace :In Miami. Florida, this: 28th day
and writer of later- DADE COUNTY FAIR
by exhibitor from for place: :Htr;. |',around portman a of December A D. 1V! >5
national repute Mr. Blgelo, It will
where has Went Palm Bsrh Rot
a A K Dearborn
be remembered some time ago wrotea The following Information relative ,
kick: It seem to m* ate na* fared
pretty well off the at ." magazine article saying a number to the approaching annual Dade county : Clerk Circuit Court Is the front
county large. i 'I rapidly going to as! the lARd-
"
of napleasan- thing about tbe Panama E\ .Black-1
The Metropolis regret to see that' Fair is furnished by By J. L. Pherlgo.
Ore situation. He was sing ed out' secretary and general' manager: > injj city in South Florida
man
la such a pettv feting andgrkvenn i Ct. Ct. Seal Deputy Clerk. Everybody
by Secretary Taft the one writer :
as
The annual fair of the Dade County
existing with come, or on* who bad been Robert R. Taylor. is going to Miami. Now i is the
lathe county and It hopes that there among a great many Agricultural Society will be held In | :; time to

wtl be ao more such statement appearlac I saving nnp'easant things about the he Fair building M.ami. from March Solicitor for Complaisant: !secure a choice location either for business -
carat. for. spin ed reply. Tb* Secretary I
la print for they tend to In- 12 to IT. Inclusive.
yore an Initlfutkn that ha* done a* alleged that Mr. Blr.'o.bad Monday and Tuesday the 12th and I I13th NOTICETo only been on the Isthmus 28 hourssad
inch or more than spy other agency will be for p'aclng the exhibits [
knew nothing of what ne was4 the city for !sale by
: :
: : : : :
In advertising and : to the
developing the The general opening pub'ic'vi
writing about. However, 'hat I* more ] all debtors, creditors and a 1 persons
county The fair I* a conaty. I..tt1. 1 or less beside the mark. Pool ney ; 1 be Tuesday evening All exhibits baring claims against tbe undersigned -

lotion and as such a'1 sec ons profit must be at tbe Fair building on ; C. L Hud<11eon and R
lea
Biglow's was no or
article: more
by It Palm Beach Included, and the severe than a good many other* baj | Tuesday, by 2 p. m. E. Reed co-partners. Jolng busineaunder FORT DALLAS LAND
person or persona who would attemptto The Fair will continue until! Saturday !
ben bat he was an author of some rep I tbe firm name and style of !
Injure It because<< of such trivialities
all exhibits to remain ID place 'I
n tat Ion and therefore a good man to The Hudson Cycle Company, and
as those mentioned above even \ make aa example of. The Senate i I until Monday morning. All perishable To a'l 1 persons having or In the past' 100000 o
were they known com ml tee undertook to cross cues1tloa I| exhibits may be replaced withi having: had dealing of any nature ,,
and
II public spirited citizens '
nave him a* to his source of Informs-1 I i fresh stock after tbe Judge have whatsoever w th the said firm anJ I K Call mi Or

Tor They the certainly conntv's Interest not at stake.their inn | lion and why h* sbou'd dare to write'! parted. upon :h. m Thin! w il' enable to the public In genera' : I :3 -.jonar B. :TIIAjrent. :: :.Y. :' E. :INOR.AH.A: ,.

The Metropolis can tru hfuliy say ( anything against tbe canal. Now be- .; the exhibitors an opportunl y to ...1' No Ice I I. hereby given hat on and I Iaft..r Fort Vice-Pre. Fort Dallas
friend of the President Is not '< such products a* tomatoes, etc.. thus I 8
lag a the date of his the
publication Dallas Land
that It bad never before heard such Co Miami. FU. Land C<" St. Augustine FU
charges hurled kt the fair manage-1$ Hke'y hat Mr. BlCtlo.'t1lat," I I avoiding any lose undersigned will discontinue theirbuilne II:
by any personal malice In the things '', The rules governing the fair: will\ be conducted
newt It I I. but too we'l known that ** at present being i :
h* wrote. And It has been proved published within a few days and loooccrcrcooFREDK. :: XXXXXO;J
.'' exhibit are transported free and thn'l No. 1012 Avenue D. [ID the city oll
that all premium certificate have a rood many time that newspaper rues will be carried out 0 Miami. Florida, be same having been'
and magazine writers are not given
been Issued to I prize winners Th ter w'U to R J Mathers of said city anj S. MORSE
*
to betraying their source of Informs- I
This .
department will!
year a new
fair promoters have never attempted I State, and he dissolution of the said ,
Ion under compulsion. The Senate be added We have long fe't that I I
firm of the Hudson Cycle Company
'W soled and deTlver the prize
premiums this of recalcitrance ,
has been against sort -
up
sufficient being to issue a certificate poultry department would: be a _II' take pace, and the uD.I. Real Estate
at least once In the few
pas I
eat advantage, a believe 'he
J showing that the holder la i I we at co-partners will no ; ratPed'l
year* la the ease of the Sugar Trust j I I. of
raltry Industry one crest Im- I .
Willed to certain elvs! for
a prise It re- bem" responsible
There It had
two newspaper
Investigation. I 1. ,
malas with the holder of the certificate mea John 8briver and "hu. .stance and should receive every en- racted by either partnerAll Olll..p stairs Cor. Ave t and It tb Pt.

to eollec- the premium ..aef"Yf'f'T Edwards, whom It undertook to put I c mragemevt possible: I accounts now outstanding due ,

Instance where the certificate on the rack and f
aa presented to tbe secretary of name of their Informant In certain I'be management greatly desire the for by either of the unjer1signed. I

the Fair Assortatloa :be price has mater they had written about. The I rery portion of the county should be AGENT OR LANDS OF "'
been delivered. 1-P1't'Wlltf'4 In each department The I '>
writer ba'ked and claimed that th. Witness our hands this 6th day of1
Time Is .too short and valuable for thine told them were as much privileged : fairs In the past years have been a January. A D.9 >r. i Florida East Coast Railway Co.
such. petty arguments. I- I I. but afew a* the statements made profe..1"na'IT | lotent factor n b-T; ding up of the I C I.. Huddleston
week untr the fair wll be material Interests of the : Florida Coast Line
upon '0 a priest or a physician The entire connty R. E. ReeJ. Canal and Iran to.
n* and In the meantime mack work S nate certified them tn contempt ; It 'belnc he'd at a season of the j I
must be done. Let all Including I''asI they were constructively convict- I rear, when the lower east coast Is Boston! and Florida Atlantic Coast land < <

West Palm Besch.lend a helping hand I led but their trial and convie-lon wasa fried to overflwotng with the people Plant Horner's

and we wl'l have a fair second to farce and they never saw the 'aside of the northern latitudes. Each year j I

!u>non* ever held In Dade County. I of a jail. Whether they were rtgat the display has been a wondrous surprise Prolific tomato seed Miami Bottling Works

i or whether Mr. Blgelow was right la 1 to them. This year let n* all ,I
CITY COUNCIL MEETING ho things 'hey published became a pull together and make a better ex-
I minor question beside th* larger one hlbl- than ever before. For old ground. The most rtliat 'i WALL & DICKINSON. Props

The city conacT at its regular meeting I of the right of. congre.sional' committee The Dade county peop'e can and ble, the most prolific. The earlic..-1 inh Street. Near R. R., lllaml, riManufacturer *. .
'o haul np any author and compel have made dlsp'ays in aced,
Thursday sight apparently awoketo every department tom s to ever prod true to name ,
the necessity of having the codifyIng him to divulge' : the name of any which no other county can dap Seed direct from our farms in New |

of ordinance In conformity with people be has talked with tn gatnerisg licate. Jersey. Price 5< c per o*. n 5
:' the prescription of the sew charter, I material for an artlct The At the State Fair held In Jacksonville V pound, flitt half pound or $5.001,

..comple aid vita the new and Intention committee Bens or Gorman ha* divided and oa Senator party line 81m-*. I several year since, Dade 1"01111"1f't'Dre4 y per pound. Address '! All Kinds of
the
of expediting this matter, authorised first premium for citrus J. \V. HORNER
I mona ho'dlac that It I* unwise to fruits. At St. Louis j'
the clerk to notify Mr Atkinson Jhe Exposition I M1ia-ai, Florida
push Mr. Blge'ow to extreme, while
to whom the task wa give, i the Florida east coast received the I Ii Soft DrinksPrompt
Senator Knox and his colleague ...
that he must have al of the work so 'i i first prlie on rt'rns fruits, over the
1 clare that be should be certified to the
far completed together with an d'yitnoks I President of the Senate and puniahed s'roe rest coaeptltion. from Callfora- AttsaUoa to AH Os ra Ont-of-Trww rx .es Roilees.PAINTER'S .

bearing oa the same before the i i for contempt Senator Oormaa ha, 1 la. Mexico and other citrus growing
eouacfl at a recess meeting to be held ; i portion of the State The fruit PATENTSGASNOW i
i taken the common sense view of the '
next WMnes.1av night. Jai 14. case whatever the law may be. Forto : which woo 'he prize was grown la I

This. Is taken to mean la fact It I single Mr BIgeiow out for punishment Dade county.

was virtually expressed that the connr won'd be to make a martyr of| Oa account of my continued Illness v (sex aestswe ,' I Ipr.
ew wprlM
<41 wll expecMr Atkinson to have him before the pubic end to freeze ':'Hon. Frederick 8. )(Of'*.. has kindly r.r..Wr L.1 rotais 15 t''". BEST:

she rxkriricaUon completed bv that up any other .we| *_ tae committee, consented' to act as Treasurer of the att.couNTsigat ,

date or some other steps will be taken might: want to examine The Capitols I I Society this year .Dir..7..I r.+r.ith er .R.aw.w,.a enter awe FttHILIZ:- WI'... uteri .

to secure the same Mr Atkln-: cocsldersb. v 'lruJ, up over tb, The Fair !s being hed! under some ewe act Mrk'gw.t hsse.s Iar1.11w1F
ana was present, and. s ated be progress '(fair for It Invo'ves tbe wboe qnes'on : difflcu ties; but with he concentrate --.4 o'n nafurt FiliMlV !KmTmoit[ beiutifull/

be bad mud. He said that severs of be freedom of the press. Il t I action of the people IDI.) strong Ins M eaata'IF earl ,Iran a. a.Nawl.auwanrrsaos d 'LCetr5Ceu I is the ...r,

ordlances bad been completed. <. not !likely that It will have any ser. pu'l lisle county will have 'he greatt ,. )
but !that It had been Impossible for, !Ion*. consequences for the writer bi t ,, at and most varied exhlb t ever

him to proceed to finish on account I It certainly r-as pu the Senate Com- 'b
cot advice neeeid from the council 1 In, ."'tee In ar I'rr.1o.ru.lDc position a''t E V, Blackman

err sn! tr.'t-., 'r*' ran be core redI! 11' ou'fe of Its labors Sec'y and Gen Mgr






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POUR THE MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 2*. 1K* -" -

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,, 60V.- BROW4RD WILLPUSH'DRAINA6E SOME. MEAN GIRLS. FAIR KNOCKERS

i ft-. ... a.ea.aa, Take weep
I we_ .... iid It I

WORK It II a mesa pride which a grwat
GIVEN ROASTINGThe
mary girls have today-tbe pride that

an t* luelf.I should like some pocket .

money and perhaps I eta can H :

without any bud/ knowing it." T Pk 1906
After ipeadlag the greater part of Without anybody kaowing yes are.

yes icrday. at the offlc of the Merru. doing work! What la there t* be following communication from

Stevens Company, arranglnf for tit ashamed of la doing wen Mr R. F. Hoyle. of this city. touchIng .

shipment of material to Fort LauJer- Only bad work U to be made a a*> on the Dade County Fair and the I
rest of; only bad wort U be hiddB aatf
da'e for the bulldinf of barge aaJ i attitude regarding It, of the Tropical
tt were a sin bat atort1laat.l/ the
lighter for the truitee of tbe I.' rm- Sun will be of Interest to Metropolis
bad
to told
tab j of tar and wide sad

al Improvement Fund Governor N. spoken of a* the way women ... ; reader: I

B Bromard left yesterday afternoon It I* a mean kind of pride. that mak.I J I Editor Metropolis:

for that point aay Tuesday TimeInlon girt ask Cast yea tell BM BOOM I I The Tropical. Sun of West Palm Spring

work that I caa do at horn and that : Beach of the 20th Ins ha* an article Try Our Shoes.SHOES .
Two powerful dredge and four mall ao oue will know sboutT" The gSrt i under the heading "Who I II To Barns

barge are 'o be constructed at run doesn't know bow mean It la. {I for This The writer ha evidentily -
If abe ha a home sad a father who I never bad. any experience la getting !
the
of
Lauderdale for the draining I\II happy caring for her she should |1.(1 a fair or .he has been misinformed
Ert-rglalr: and this Is what It keepIng leave that work to about the management of the last
some wocnaa who I
the chief executive of the State sue to her bread Dade County Fair If h* wa la Mllaml -
ears and
on tb.- road a great deal of hn Urn butter by and attended the lug fal.he I
the labor of ber hand and not to the i
at preent.Tmo i I must admit It a great success In the Oxfords
one to whom It I* for
carloads of machinery and thlrteen aa amusement eihlblt of fruit and nlf'labIH..J no
carloadi of lumber are already the time being loo" could view the ladies department I i

on the grounds for the conttraettom By It abe want t* gala a Bttle sera land g<> away without giving word of
of the \etsels anj four caroad of., .,. Nine (time la ten the Is not Tory praise

lumber were shipped from Jackaoa- particular In the way of doing It aDd I The article' In the Sun b'ame* the
ell e' jeterda>. for Fort 1.&o erdal.. ao she make the work of other woman I manager of the fair that some exhibitors i

The maitre bill\ of 'umber which It of less value. That U where. the maaane ( had to pav railroad I and express 8ORQSX

being furnbheJ for be work by O. 8. ..s cornea In. charges on articles of exhibit. .hen It

Baxter & Co baa oeen cot and la at TheN lout a single girt In the whole :' was advertised they would be transported -

lite mllla ready for shipment to Fort 'world who wonM like to be caLed here and back free If parties I Have ArrivedThe !
LauderdaltEn "endlrf articles for exhibition were
mesa but UDronlW'loall\r\ we an do '
finer J. W Newman, Captain ae 'chart! i It was wrong and If they hid .
Skinner and Captain H. C. Ca1dey many mesa things This being aaham : .'rlt.f'.1f the proper authorities. calling
bar charge of the eigineer.nf and ed of bering to work and doing It ao ) at.entlon to the fact the matter

ronitmrtlnn work of the
women wLo need It sadly, are mesa I prettiest line tf oxf.-rd ties i

A forre of carpenter and cau.r: things to o.-New! York Pass. !1 Th;" Sun compTalns and sat soi : ,

are at work on the dredjtf and many i man of the premium given by them I shown in
Miami in
ever
more mm mill go to work as soon ai CARE IN THE LAUNDRY r, hints are of merchandise and of Try Our Shoes. I pumps ,
they can be secured Go\ernor Brow I U ::1 li alas This Is not true and If

and tald yrtierdti1 Y.w .. ,..... e....... ...... w Ysed..r !the editor will\ take the lilt of preml j white buck, white kid and white
..II put a man a work on every o..a ... um. of the fad fair he can not point
n.
*quar< them"The foot of the dredge !'f I u.1It'C".ff' Colored print, ginghams cretoaae* ,out one artlc'e offered that was not linen. Also new lasts and new ,
aseful and a good! premium for the I
Governor It very anxlods: for and pkioes of colo.ad pirtem or ofsolid exhibit and If be will\ look be will I leathers

the work to be poshed ahead a. fart colon that are of doubtful dye find by far a much larger amount of i in black, tan and champagne -

aa pontlble ere he desires to see the should be washed la bran water without rush premiums than merchandise.The .

C work procrtaa IB the Everglade drainage any soap put a couple of quart fair .held In Miami I* a county I oxfords. The Stetson shoeis

of bran la ..Utln bag sad poor boOIng Institution; a* much for West Palm

.l..... It U eipec ed that the Brat dredge water In the bag. Tie sad let ... Beach a* for Miami and why shou'd as staple as the Stetson hat.
Z wet be finished within aP".t day la tbe tub until the water la lukewarm the editor of the. Sun complain about
-- and tt will be placed at work at oars when. the bag mart be taken oat sad what Miami merchant. give Won'd It is
starting as far ap New river aa poatl- the plf'toNaIMocI Quickly I It not be better for the fair-that l. the best. Why pay $7 for
rinsing
bye and working toward be Bead of ,,
then If the editor of the Son wishes the
Immediately
t'rI..r IB the EvergladesThe I throng Gee or two fair to be rocce**-to get a bustle shoes when better
clear can
Umber BOW oa hand at the water Haog them oa tko Bae. I on himself and secure a good list of you get
innia wll be shipped oat at fiat a< aDd doaot March u they will be silt .
possible and a large force of men will -.... Iroa oo the wrong aide to I premium and tOt from export bit all end from of this the cons.ty way for $S and $6. The )1906 oxfords

lea?. Jacktoavlll U a few days for avoid a shiny appearance if the colon No, Mr Editor of the Sun I do nol

Fort Lauderdale to work cm the coa- an solid believe but that yon wish everything are made on new original lasts
attic ton of the barge aid .,..se&. A
etaM.d" .. sets for good: and a great ncee*. for tile Dade
"I why: be at Fort LaaJerJal ..bowtt..o dart Uaoaa aDd muallna la rice water County Fair The fact I.I yon have that are stylish and attractiveBURDINE
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Governor Broward very
day* said yea- Mellor doabtfalcotorma/bewaaa- been misinformed and some sorehead
will then return to Jack-
terday "I ed la rite water without soap, rinsing .baa been complaining to you
_Tt1'.. If everything la waklagemoot.y
home." I then oat la rteaa rtce water to keep If you appreciate but one-half the
and proceed the them silt -.... Gum arable water worry and anxiety of Mr. Blackman.
Wh IB Jackaonrllle yesterday
the of the fair ha experienced
OOTCI tor p'acej order for a large .la seed aa starch bat It la more rats. manager
la work to make the Fair. success
quad .y of tnpplle to be used IB the bl* for lace aDd nets than for saner W. M.
and with little or no assistance
coot jrttoa of The' dredges which matarlala. Fee nearly all purposes him
would
la making it BO. you give
win as poulb't however, the beta
le shipped as soon water win aaawer a column of praise Instead of nom
aDd I* cheaper than the other
For paint And are you aware b* Joe
DCLKAY DOTS otpedanaolM place la such food not receive one cent of compensation?

.-. -- I U U recommended to rub the grass or I believe If you bad It to do once yon

Item Personal act Otherwise From ,I ether spot with the yolk of aa ea before would want several hundred dollar

This Thriving Little TOWftOfr. washing. to tackle the proportion tbe second I
( MUSIC KOTCt I
tin* EABOAR5
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I know there would be no fair held I S
} Harry Budge, postmaster and NURSERY NOTES. :
this year Iflr Blackman had not I Seats are already I. .lemand for
M. R. Kel'nm. city c'erk of MiamI. ODI I
American Fatctnon to be given
taken It upon himself to work for
through town early Saturday Hake sure that the children have
patted tarn*. t".1 January 28. a* :he Auditorium
morning on the first trip ever made plenty of deep' n.1 Air Line
In condition von win not haveto play will be \> eceded bv a Railway j>
by an auto from Miami to West Ioutoe are DOt good for young c U- aPt up nights, hoping the Dade" raiser ,entltlr 'Secret of the Heart ,
Palm Beach over the new county road don because they contain more starch County Fair will\ be laid away a victim I Miss Julia Cjlbertson. has reenterejhe :

Mlrs O'lte Chapman spent Sunday than nutriment of bad management to long a* piano 1net I FOR

IB West Palm Beach with her PUtea decorated with Mother Goosepicture. Mr Blackman .has charge ot It I The streets are receiving many Columbia
ttter. )II... Ella Chapman. .. and rhyme bare been connected for the past : comp) sow for their good work at I Savannah Camden Southern Pine.
W. J Green spent Saturday InKest nursery are sow the .tl *.t week. Many Richmond
made to plans children twenty five year la aa official capacity ire expressed Raleigh, Washington, Baltimore
Palm Beach on bualnestMr with county fair and I win say surprhat Miami had *o tick I
New
Indian com meal boiled with Philadelphia York.
Florence BaraetU of Detroit. milk
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1 I .have never seen a better managedfair youthful ta nt.
:Mich. I I. ,,1.ltl1l j her parents Mr. sweetened with sugar and dashed with than hit of Dade county and all Big sew Clients have en'ered the Two Elegant Trains Daily.

sal Mr*. W. W. Blackmer cream la a food fattening for tbla chil done hi one man the promoter and different dermtments of the Conservatory Seaboard Express Seaboard
Man
Mr. Be* Potter of West Palm dren. manager P: V. Blackmaa since I lint Saturday. i

Beach came ton on hi* motorcycle Sables* boad should be carefully Tannin reepeetfnty, Ticket will\ ne on sale for American Modern Pullman Equipment.ileeptn .

Sunday and found the road through washed once every day la tepid water R. F. Hoyle, rasclaatloa at Rnsh Bafford Piano

Boynton pretty rough bat It win be without aa/ soap If the scalp la to be 1 :..... Co. 22112th street, WeJaesdiy mom1ag. i Otn.y"VIttI. : ?r21 T=
all right as moos a* the roller pass** kept la a healthy condition sad the hair REMAINS! OF MISSINOSPINfrCR ,... Jlth It 1* given for th*

over It.F.WCbapmaa. drove Mer Seaton .trenftbenod.Chlldrea FOUND IN WOODS HaOoaMle benefit- of the ladles Library Aa*. I .( C1JJy IttS4! !mil Juboirflli tt In OriuisFoe ..

abject to eoavalaJoa II
and Ne'son to Pompano ThnrmJayand -
Metr Daaa .and Harvey! toW boald be ao clad that they caa be Decatur Ala, J... XS The remala Kale an'1 TllraFreoaiaa.. I hall informitton sad sleeper orratMMa, call on aar ar nt of t1

>*t Paint Beach Friday stripped almost medlateJy.. sad la of Mitt Martha Thornpaoauail- of Dayton. O., rre sight .e1ng 1.1 Seaboard writ

Sam B. I[Wight of Atlanta, special the bouao when die child lives hot wator leg since Christmas day wit fonad Miami for a few .-. .. Tb y are rerterod
agent of th* Liverpool. LoaJoa tad should lie obtainable at any moment II the wools yesterday with evidence .
at th.' ( ..tI<< Dorlag the i L 0. IcDOHXKLL igiwii. Pus in
O'obe Insurance Company, spent ha the tweaty-foor basis of fool play She was a splatter, fifty .,seen they w'11 make TltmrtTI heaoqaarten JictioiTllIfi, FU
Monday IB town OB basinet year old aid quit wealthy

Ceo W. Byan. of Jackaoa villa,. About Ape.... F. C. BOYLSTON.. F *s. Art.

and R. M. Ivejr of Atlanta, ipeat Why de many girt diaUk to wear I The peop'e of Paul'. Valley I. T.. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY

Monday night' la towa. aprons t A gingham ...... made with have decided view 1 oa the race qoeotoo. Take laxative Pronto Qnlnlae Tablets

J. D. Turner of Maeoa. Oa arrived a band to nt the waist with Ub and It seems aaJ are not backward A'l druggists refund the money If It 1 Atlantic
Monday Bight' to look after his shoulder strap I t. pretty aid becoming I. Impressing them upon transgressors fails to rare E. W Crave tgna- Coast Line

ptneapp c pitch of which ht has flf- when nicely Sited aDd somehow every! of the unwritten code While Carrie rare Is oa eacti box SS cent
teen acre Just north of Iowa.Mlii Nation was eonductiag a prohlbl
THROUGH: '
boy and man stems to .bar a woakaeu SCHEDULE: :
Nelson" one of oar schoolteachers tlon and wom.. suffrage meeting
for seeing a woman or girt In aa LEGAL NOTICE *
.has been on the sick lIlt the la the Methodist church here the
pant. weekVAR.IOU. apron, perbap bacaaa It. suwemcooking either Jay a negro entered the churc Florida Georgia. Alabama Virginia. North Carolinaand
and w* all know ,.* sorest and took a front seat One of tile Notice I I. .hereby given that on the I South Carolina

way to a mass* hart ett An apron church official told him tba If he Nth day of February A T)'. 1VH. at I
NAVAL. PROBLEMSNew will oav* a good droa sad aid aa old wanted to remain he ..onba! ye to I 10 clock a m or as mm thereafteras The great Highway of Travel between h

one and la any cat win AYe under take a chair In th; back part of the the matter con he heard the .1II.r.1

Maneuvcura Planned for the Ill, the dress too often An aorta and mom The negro left He was signed Intend to app y to the Honor.

Atlantic Squadron kinds of designs and material are 'mmedla'ely fo lewed hy Rev 8 E abe: Minor 9 Jonea, Judge of they I Florida and the East anjV\ est. North anJ South

used for apron*-prett/ colored one \'len :Mrs Nation secretary whhrnncht 'ircull Court In and for the Seventh
....bl.IIOI. Jan. i- It has been roiu.ited at the corners with ruffle aU him bark escorted him tot 'ludVlal Circuit Court of Florida for I

decided to have a teach problem for around for afternoon wear or light front neat and sat down beside him an order tnthorlrlnr the undersignedn Convenient Hervioe. Klegant Pjllman "
the chips composing the Atlantic work; whit, prettily trimmed ooo for \'len was Informed by Rev Turnerpaator adopt In due form of law a crnaln ; Equipment, "a&olll.c Oiaing Ca
of the church Iha the neno Imheth
minor child R Kemp '
plaxxa work, plaID glngnsjna, with e
nW: ,'url::., the winter. maneuvenr ( eau il not orrupt that eat AIn Ham W Itl'hud.
big iurket for the housework and Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER
artistand a.I.t all those who I
in Soutrtrn water The question tfarv 3V RichardNOTICE .< (I
,""IUke one for covering the '1o not wan the mzro here he war Celebrated V FLORID J AM WET: !INDIX LIMITED
.r f bus ems! fling the vessels" of Rear whole dress to be slipped OB ever one. leave whereupon nearly

A.lrBi'K'' Evans command has been costume while getting the tea ,.read V o.
'bort unomplmentary tem of the : l"l"rln'ni of till' IVerlor Land I --- ------- --
d t<'!erl} Board and It was at ere time
I I II
case.. c.... 'own and the people A ('nn'I lderMeiiimb. Offlre II' HalnnVlle f1" .last aryi" 'oV\F.Mr.\T :VLriKin Oh TRV II I\(.
tjhjutht that this peculiar exercise .'r of cl lren gathered and l ink I 1I"! '4 e .
Ends of candles' abanld b Into
put aJar .
Atlantic I ... l I lute thnun l mile
> ore
x >sit ,>m'tied this tear pr "-el- '<1 A'len to leave on the new train Notice 1 1. hereby glen ton' then I I UrkrU 1.1 l .nrr list" IDto' a of rillI -
with turpentine when they win dla- I roe flh ti "I tr sir stiortaze In coali.oiifr V\ hen he spp'aral, on 'the rrret he lom In* named settler Ins fl'ed noIr I at all i'ln"II'i ttorle" t|
IOhd form a most excellent mix rate of u.p..lI.. I 1.lmlt..ll" one year fr"-m date ..f iunha. fir ',
'-l tti-lrlrtloos In the move was wl7e. and b'irrii.ft *o the d\\t't j)otWhen I 1 ,. of hU itren'tan to trekt i rom e til. > tare t', cleaning oilcloth. If you wish plete and reliable information r.gardi.gra'I In' .I! .. I!'sal'mon'' ij .
nent of lIe vessels sod would-corn- the train arrived A'len was In -Mils'ion ponf In support of bin s"ntcrre.
oilcloth to wear wU wash tt as I wnteFrank
pet them to maiD sore In on< 10- your such a condl 'inn that the conductor -la m sod Itd' .Vd proof wilt\ bn1e -
little as pnmlble After having sweptIt C. BoyUvon' Iic. !I..... 'teL W. |I' .ark
oul4 not "let him but Training r....
ca'ltln,-f d of pending a seek get on board hf rllr" I")hn C Rrllb I Aceal
rub over with a damp cloth, then I !*< w. Ra"4t.t.. J..o..II.. '
.
In rierc..Pe Involving conslderab<< V 'eft the town In some other faun ''imml..loner at! hia nIAre at "Hm1" r la
with a coarse dry one finally rub on a I H. M. Kmem..n Tf.mv VsnH> Wji. i ,.. .
rleneateAng and constant change '_ Jast how, nobody seems to care Fla on February J1 -41. vli Dan ?? .n' | .-...,. Af
little of the mixture with a piece of *
n exp aln i -
of base .I W Wllklmoi of Homertead raHI
search woolen rag and pollab! wtth an aid dater for the' fourth of
The ieta'lt rf the problem 1179 ne one '
will no be discussed publicly, since Not only will this prevent tko doth ,HALF THE WORLD WONDERS .. one fourth te one mirth of ne Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's

they take the form of frustrating the from cracking, but tt wffl pi BSSTI> tb 'o. four h. and w one half of n* one I

approach' of aa enemy. and publicity pattam.noble hear the other half Mve. Those who fourth sec I tp 57 S R. ME. II -

r of the eterdte might disclose Important see Dotk".'. Arnica 8v! never He name the blowing witnesses I
.......
naval plan which It would' >>e wonder It It wl'l cur cut burn 'a prove his connnnonn residence i
detlrab'e .to keep from Ika forwig- Br NIUYIttna amiable smedoo and wands sore' sad all skin eraptloa; upon and cultlTstl'-n of tald! '..DoS."II .

ors. n. search problem win be destrca th* ao.tesasce whkh 'hey know It win Mrs Grant Shy :
doe not poser outward lordta*** I) M Roberts Homestead Fla.
worked ct hy the battleships and 1130 B. Reynods Street Spr ig- Tasteless Chill TonicNods'
torpedo boat aid win probably take will la On** have a batty. of a tact : Vld PI. aaya: "I regard It on. 01 E H. Padgett Homestead FlaM .

-'ame near Goaataaaoo, wither the and mere appealing satin than was fc. *t< nute nece tltle, of house McMInn Home ead. Fla.
attained features and ... "' "'.** w._.. eel 11e '
'..-'.. 9-t tf' paw l after lee day ever b/ perfect r-nranteed by .! .Ira*' Berry
of working oa Be search problem a roaf cootplnlaa. glta. te. I W. G. Robinson, RejUur .-No.Psy. 23 centI.oAL .



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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY JANUARY 2*. 1101 PAGE FIVE

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It Is the Quality and b the quality and


the Price that make Everything For The House price that make


our goods popular our goods popular





Furniture, Carpets Rugs Mattings Kitchen Utensils



." '. of
every desdriptionFrank

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T- Budge StltL Street Miami. F1 IL c>rids


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Charles<< T. Plah who with bit eon I III. The rolling stock of he Florida family

: Carl! Fisher hare been stopping la the M. KING i Bait Coot Railway was Increased 'whl e the burying bereaved ground it Palatka,
Town Topics.Rev I city for a number of week. hat 1 iI 'I wife lid brother
I : gone I :yesterday by the arrival of two aplea :, returned to this coon y. Mr Holly
o the tine country home of )(. S Bar did new locomotives from the Amer well
ran and
Undertaker and Embalmer 1 favorably know In this
tank aa )lr. Bur bank a guest for soy Iran Locomotive Company of Scbenec- section,
and
rat' daya It It rumored that )lr. 1 was a member of the
ajy V T Three more of these big
A. r. Toner 01 Pltt.burg PL, I ; County Democratic Executive Committee
Pith It a prospector here, and maypurchase AVENUE Iron will
I. l'f'1Itere4 at the Enrs\a4e.\ I 1300: D I steeds arrive hen toolgh- I from Deerfleld.Ha .
I come property and all of them will at once be placed
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Ulaad'!' Per, anal .Attention.*. tot 'an. In commit tlon. The engine are the
Mra J. E. Stroard, of Coney
Order those already In this
caM of soft drinks delivered same aa use on
la registered at '''e Mlnnetpolit. I Chartered Another YachtI'n".aalf'd
road and are equal to the beat to be
Il ur shipped to you by the Miami Bott -
l found .D.h.1ft. Augustine Roc at the hard lack la
J W. Homer It confined to hit : I line: ,,Works High, Miami n.tt At Martin't Shooting Gallery Hattie Darling Sailed ord. which his crack pleasure. yacht Rita
Robert Kyle Lonnle Campbell and The British ach Hattie Da
Ing i
nor
room for a few days.Dr : atrnck a wreck at Fowey Roc light
Albert Coachman won prize at Mar i'apt Thompson might and
reason
I I crier for fC&O.00. five acre near a week or more ago and was sunk
tin a Shooting Gallery last week Rob- KCT laden salted' I ihurmtay morning Recovered Jewelry Mi
J. A. Heltllnger baa returned' :Miami East half of northwest : an I to repair which damage It willtake
qnar I II crt Kyle making the highest store for Nassau will r..IY.1I againutlde ; Mr C L F. Robinson who loati
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from a profeaaional trip to the key ter I of northeast quarter of northeast neteral' weeka Mr Marion 3'ory
i : a month w 'i fruit and I alien. bra\lh I buv art Monday night.bat I
I who
owner aboard th tlm
was at
quarter of section 10 Tp. 54 One : :
d. ., hIs.
More Yacht ComingThe mccet a recovering Jewelrytinsa .
I of Port Allegheny. :acre In orange. one rn grapefruit/ pleasure yachu lola. owned byJ i ; "*"-iM gold affair of much vale ..1 i of ,'h scHdenf. hat chartered rnnth.ryes.
pt 1"ioc"
i h' la Jackionvll for the season
.
Edwli! Nelson of Mlaml.csn Incloa
at the March Villa tell you ng Garage
D. Winn. of Atlanta Hazel by which was inside of a larger box
,nf it WYlte to J B Robinson The Iron nhealb, : for laeoallllIh I an ::1 U now en route here The
y r. Polvern of Philadelphia and R. of| wood broken open In the yard itwas .
:oo Maple Avenue. Evanston lit garage of Iftou Doijt. which: n. v acht la said to be:0 feet 1 la
Aetna dynamite and supplies foralt B. Gathers by Captain Stanford, at found In a mad puddle near the ,
hat been for time. hat t Ire b and etpwially adapted t )
I Tome N. J de'yed tome school building by a boy pupil I I.Mr I.
by Luromnt l Bewelt River are now at 8t public
-I For Sale Cheap Thirty foot cabin Augustine rn route to Miami on cote arrived at ,hat and la now being put Robinson has also recovered hit lUh water crnUinShe will\ bean

i launch; 7 1.2 h.p Loxier motor. Out. eifit and fishing' expedltlona on tb. i amf' of the biilUIng bunch of key. stolen at the urns tint I I.a.1 I ty..Mr Stcry rie wlble. the Rita mow
nn 'h-> .\t of M ami Bo<: Worktm
J M Tbompeon and wife. of Sber: nine months o'd. H. E. Vrooman. '' a whir were found near the Fv .
man Tex are regiatered at he Er ,Coronado Fla Funeral "J T Davies glade tb in he hat heard oothm : Irrgo'ng repair

erxlaJe I Publication Committee ContinuedAt Thi :Lr ".1 1 of the I 1.i'e J T Paris. from the J+ retry: made war with
I the annual. convention of the
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was h.-I ,, ) 11,nii', w the M ,
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Brown and Fdaughter Baptlitt a Bartow last I'
Money, to loan MerrtU A Kolb, real j E Chur h. ?.u'h Uv Mr. Love of'! I Jacob Hanson Deceased
Mlaa Clara Brown, of Jack week ...n. A. A. Murphree B. Death of J T Jarvla
estate agents Miami, Fla. *tf nonvllle 111. are among the late arrivals B Tatum and E 0 Painter were heisting and the Interment being la ', J T < rvl*. red. II years and .1 Jacob Hanson died at hit home :In
'the city cemetery' by TnJertaker 11.M. llanla Jan II of heart failure MrHanaon .
in the city who will' spend the continued: at the pub lea'Ion board realjnet n., 'he Orange Glade Road
season In the Magic City They andPleasantly of the Southern Baptltt1tnent for King /! | came from Green Bay WI. .
.. E Morton and wife of Coney died Ihl! ,morning of cancer Decea
Itlaad are late arrtTtli reglatered at domiciled a' the home of !I j I he ensuing rear ed was a a.ly.or[ Cairo Ga and b'ell| two years ago: tad settled fa Dal*.
'with hit wife taj two daughter la
Mr. aid Mra W. H.
the Mlnneapolla Spiuer on I Miami A-rived resided 'a: DaJe county about three '
I Eleventh street I New Spur Track The steamer Miami C.pU\'IIIt.. .r.1| veart A wife and three children assrite hope' that hls: hear would be itrengthed -
this climate He bora la
A new tpur track la being built rived la port yesterday from H.. him the children being )lr. by was
Rob Gladden baa to .
Key Largoto I
gone I Denmark aaj the CnlteJ Staten
look after bit flthlag The verr latest tyMa la wedCmgstationery [ from the paaaenger lard of the F.I I I tIE with a large number of pattengera 1 Pevla. a parlor car conductor on r'l came to
utill I C. the the F. E. C. Mra George twenty Ov* yours ago He was apromimen'
that place He will remain annovaeemeata and eD> Railway to terminal yard conatderlng the season of 1 Railway member of the Brtckm.
for the purpose of facilitating the 1 year She tailed. on the return trip llaa' of this city and a younger
tomorrow Inc cards eaa be bad at the Metro- { handling of freight for the extension ,I this afternoon at 4 clock. ter ff'.ldlllltll the parent The .on'. Talon and the Daalih Aagar

.... em.. operatlOGL It will hare been com I I funeral will\ take place tomorrow Rev 'I I Society The funeral 1 was held. at
MB botiae lot tar ILK. worth I I Ipieted within a few week 1 Lowe officiating and the Interment the home January It Rrv H. O. Porter

toabl the price J. B Tatty Ox former I launch lucy J. Here being la the city cemetery. I officiating Interment wit made laDaala
Mra Jobs M. ar4l... a The Lucy J, a magnl2ceatly:! fur I cemetery by Undertaker W TMller .
I resident of this city ( Building SataswThe nlthed and seaworthy launch SO felt : .
'
Dr. aid Mra J.W:.Milton, of Kaoxrille Miss Piulla Quartermaa I.| a gee t Miami Boat Works has Jo it j In length and owtei by MStjJera Were Entertained HereMr

Tea, are reglatered at th* of )II''. and Mr*. Jobs B. Cram during completed and delivered six large ba ,I IP. Jones of L--WJ:a'I1'.. Ky. arrivedIn anj Mra Reginald Welter
team for the r. E. C. Railway Co. I'
the convention Bartow Coen .
March Villa! er.Informant port yesterday from Fort )ly.m. Wl
I home
Boar expected Sunday
sad hare commenced the conttmotion I are
I Mra. Bnrdlao was of
oae
and will be Joined by her owaerwho
i I of twelve more.. Theme bateau from their wedding trip to Cub aid
the delegate* from the Baptist church Our school teacher told that
has been here several .. u
Job C. Tlbbetta aad wife of Chicago I IB this cl'y to the annual convention I will be used la the key for ferrying day the east coatt TII.y.1II be the
left for HavMa Wedaeaday titer at Bartow ashore frelgh IB water that I I. too Ing her arrival .It'l guests of )lr. and Mra W. A.Boa,. I "Modeety wa o%* of the ttiiaert

having peat tereral week la thiselty I shadow for the steamers to make a until they move Into their own home ff you better. a thing !II tn *Ml be

Victor landing I I Klngfteh Biting Good which will be nearby Mr and afraid to tell It."
record SI and 10
Can
onto I
Kiahb.n reported to be biting j Mrs Bonn nave been entertained ex
I I
OB ouiy .tja4. Pharmacy lOt AT- ennetf. Yacht tall splendidly the last few day tad some I tenalvely during their trip dinner We are being told ao away tints

Urn T W.I. Mlimi Puny,baa who ha* spent from om* .... D or writ MetropoItUa Talking I It I* reported that the Little Btrot very large catches have bees made I hating been given for them at Key that we hare the larteat and most

trip to Havaaa and left returned for his born.fa Machine Co, Jacksonville Fla. Agents j ter, Jame Gordoa Benne 11 private The killing of these flab la one of ],I Wf'at.t.ml., Ormoad and it Ha complete line of boat ataral la Mi-
.1 yacht which I to arrive' the gameat aporta Indulged la this vans Cuba Society p'eaaaatly anticipate I
New YorkBradley's wasted. expected I amt; w* heller R U trw W* angolig
| j ji here during the middle of the next section and I. becoming: more popular II their retara here a* they ,
.
II to la that flue
I I monk with her owner aad guests each season with the tourist and ,1 are two of Its popular m.mbe- carry ererythtaf

fertilizers ate the beat i MetJamet P. T. Skacgi aid J.MI aboard, has ailed from (he Medt-! visitors TlmetVnlon. i I at New York price

For aate by J. K. Lummn Miami, I i Burdlne and Mr B. B. Tttnm hare I for America going fist 10 I .f' : We Ar N Foe Paint v a f
i a'l returned from Bartow where !JKewTork 1 and then cruising down the ._ I
_____ they j 1 Amsted fee Larceny Our Invoice show we have bought
attended the 8 ate Baptist Colt".- icoaatI I Joseph Sweeney white, was arrett, i ied Expose Official Hn
A prominent party of Texans coot TII.y.port. great I by the police on Thursday for Ianceny 'j i A prominent party of express pen 1 240 gallon of mixed pint and 11

alttlng of MlM Mary Had J. M.I|I and aa enjoyable. visit m"ulI'l I 11 I Using New Channel of |4 from a friend It U said I pie Ire la the city today and consist t tome of white lead; equal to 1.4 Jl gal-

Tbompeon and wife and H.H Thompoa old frienda. The lint convention Since he Roe dredges on the oppotlte there were a number of witnesses to of J. B. HockaJay tnperiatenjeatof km of palat. alice ins Itt Thlak

of Bhermaa, that State: are la I will be held at Lire Oak In January. [' aide of the bay have suspended I the offense and that they taw Sweener I the southern division. of the Southern of It; in alloma. Enough part

the city aaj gueata at the Everglade 107 i t I ,operations temporarily many of the i Ip hit. hand Into the pocket of Express: Co. with headquarters :Ito
'lighter, draft pleasure party crafts i the others and extract the money. I at Savannah; M. J. O Brim. assistant I cover' a solid fence 11 feet hlgh.rwr!

Mr Salem Graham of th* Haltyot' Attorney R. R. Taylor baa the fouaJatloat are using the new ship channel' la join He will be turned over to fhe county general manager Chattanooga.O ; 20 mesa loaf. UtUOO.ure test.I .

Hall Ho'el baa offered three prizes ofSO !, laid for aa elegant residence and coming from the klagflahgrounjt. \ > authorities for trial and dlapoeltloa B. George, general agent of the Over two full car of paint std we are

$ 125 and lit for the beat palBttagi oa Ittll s reel the coat to be II.600. I Plenty of water la reported I Adam. and American Companies at making up another car order BOW Oar
of that bout be 1 F W IB the bay channel and canal thought "..taIIlIOII. )lr. George U accompanied
to exhibited at the Backna la. tbe contractor The Guy P Oagnon Here I
the
vanish tale have kept wifh
bask at the by hls daughter and will pace
a tea entrance maket It' remain
bade location I which I.
approaching Fair
County the
south
oa aide of Guy P. Gajrnon I. la (be city rep-
quite ahallow a guest at the Royal Palm Hotel I patent. la its proporttea W* key Ita-
the
j river I. a tplen Jld o... That por- I' repeating the GagaoB ft: Pollock Stock '
Lion of i he for several days while )lr. 0 Brtenand teed on by the car Think what Out
If you doat know what to bay read 1 j \ city It gradually belag i( Co. which opens a aerie of theatrical Mr Hockaday will retain aorth
| built up with moat expensive and ij Traveling Passenger Agent engagement at the auditorium mans for M'amL! Then are lei

The Metropo-i aJrvrUata eotuata [( attractive homea I WI-lard B Browa. northwestern ;I coming January SO This I.I one of the tomorrow s .. title' of It* des that eau show suck
They win tell yoa. I paaaengcr agent of the r. E. C.Rail i beet popular priced troupe now lai. -

Mn Dr .P T. 8kam the wife I way, with headquarter la Chicago.wa the South and It no doubt will be glv Death of J. C. Holly' I patit tale
i I| of among the rlaltor la the el'yyeaterday '' ea a flattering receptloa and patroa- We here BlldleJ three fan can of
E. B. of Miami
Douglas, owner of the Ideal one prominent phyal- I: I I. with the deepest regret thai
. dry good sad mminery atorea bas ci.: ... la la atteadaaee at the Bap .IB* Cook, County he having Democratic accompanied Clubsmith I age. the community lean of the death of Buns; nearly two can of building piper -

returned from a bualaee trip to New tot eoaTCBtloa and whl'e .la the city and I )(r. J. C. Holly of DeernVJ. whichoccurred and other good fa prooortloa.
remaining here while the
Tork. He will BOW ahortly display It a peel or.... Pboealx. Mra. party went to Cab Mr Brows | t.MI'. New Venture a few day ago at MacoaOa >. Doat you think. that eatttle* a. to
more of the later ipnag good and Bkacg wan one of the dearer frteadt .aysbe I )lr. Itldor Coae one of Mlamri from pneumonia while he and
faahloaabl gong and hata. of tile lat. Mn. B. B. Tatum and u did outing eicurtkmlita to far aid hare have had a spies foremost merchaatt and bualaeet me*. his wife were earoate to Mexico At use a big TO at the hood of this artlI -
greatly eaJ -
each U being warmly welooaaej tad! 'I joyed the aam*. who a few days ago parehaaej the soon it Mr. Holly wit prostrated his ele.

Mia Nell. Aadenoax** of Oea'.'. entertained by may here- Bartow stock of dry good aid tents faralthInga brother J. J. Holy Joined Mn Holly IThl* .hi the tea why one aaloa

mad Courier laforauat.Mr of Schneldman Broa, oa Areiue *t his bedside and endeavored to hare pees
l lEster to large Oar good are
woman ::la r:1 Dlm nlon* for Painting D.bet ween Thirteenth aad Fourteeathatreett verse the patient back to health but

Mrs. J. H. Stnrak. at the coraer and )In. A. I. Tat am will l The dimensions of the palatlBgt of It BOW having the eetabllah. to BO avail The boJy wit brought right, our price ar* right and

of Twelfth a ..... and elms O. I celebrate their golden wedding *... the. Halcyon Hal Hotel for competltkM. I meat Improved and remodelled aid back to Forlda aad Interred la the WE: WANT TOO. HONEY

She win make her stay ladefiatte. reraary oa Saturday Both<< )lr. Ta- for the Salem Graham premium wlthla a few days will have It opea -- --- --
I tam and hit wife are enjoying good .t 'h* Dade County Fair hare been I to the public This It a splendid.

Mosey to toaa oa Improved property.O I health' and It U the sincere. desire. decided .(IOa. The palBtlng matt stock of goods ail the new ettablUhI -
of their frlendt here sad throvxbovt be oa 40x17 Inch novas. the actual I I meat ..lIlcllII be known at the The Racket StoreIS
S. .*.madoa. Ooeoaamt Oars, ar M. I the State. that they eoatlaae to .b atxe of the building to be III Inches ,1 Miami Clothing Company, will be operated

. D. Pries, Miami Joy the great Wetting of health for long Photognphi may be obtained '' by Mr Cohen tepartte from

I many years to come and also that from )lr. Graham Mr 81.dmn.lra.J. : L : hit Twelfth street ettabllihment.

Dr and Mra Foyer. of Vine.a. I. their 'live mar lUll be fall of hay.mossy P. Sawte le and )(n. Bylngton. Some rare barjcalna can be secured THE PLACE

T hare arrived I. Miami and are I located and peace all .requestS receiving: protnp attentton from hit ..ulck.I .

at the recldeace of Mra Lehntrd -1 1 I -
for several weeks later .to go Editor B. B. Tatum of the Miami, Death of \Henry Weathcrferd I

to Cuba before aett'lng IB this city Metropo I la, for many yean editor fJA Pretty WeddingA Henry eatherford keeper of tbeFnwev

for the ....__ the Courier-Inforroan it la town la very pretty wed.ling waa to'em- Rock Ubihouw died) at an i|
attendance on the Baptist convention aired Sanity afternoon at fire clock ear'y hour ibis morning at hl. POOl Laces andEmbroideries

For Sa'e Hone and wagon; )lr. Tatum left Bartow for Miami ';''at: the First Method! Church hv ,'Sr lut) Mr neahfrforl It wl: be '

''tP choice of 'wo horae for farm or road. several' years ago to engage la the ; Rer )lr. Ra" r, when M' Samuel I remen.tier..l hat r" .n In poor heath

J Brown. Hypoiuxo. publication of the Mefopollt. Since M Jones and Mlat Myrtle Lewtt for a )nest time and stout 'Iwo' > Inf'n'h-j I
then be bat not nay made It one of : were united. In the hot bond, of IIzn vat rronouncrd u .lead the a.- I I.I Il
the beat papers dal y anj weekly In wedlock The wedding was private .I l tant k....|.. r if the' 'ii.Ott earner I
Mr and Mrs George L. Alllaon, of 1 he. State. I but baa Engaged: In many on i. the nece an wltnemw and a sharp and) l\a.lna! ar ing, men' furI I

Ba ou who have 'been Tlaltlng their other enterprises<< eonrcted will the few '"tlmate fr.end; being po'''>n' h.. f in.-r! R. 'II stn: 'h' I t.hMr :: '

relsEres.: Mr. and Mra D. A. Strlth I upbuilding: and proere.t of h't adopted The "nom I In ore of the popn ar con RS. ithrrf. r"! ens 'mint I" 'Se I It

on A.nuQ I left \W1r, .day 'lOr up I cl'y In s'i 1 of whlcn be hat metwith .rnetnrn on be Floras, Fast t CnfR t Ir.alh.rr, R. _''''.111\ were KppMdr

the coatt po!nta thouch It will be'l, marked! surreal Hit manr: Ilar .1''.tr. and the bran in' <.f \, -r I h.' r".r" \ lie\ .rtls I S.

.....some Mftle time :vet before they leaver I tow friends ":come him to "'. oMi 4imii*"* lo,.>|ie,f laneh'e '.hh -. "I' hi,* hone ,i" k. \ \\-<.., m :br..

.. the State for their coder clime. home Barton Conner Informant ".. been ">eTi't!nr .an... tne 'Ier.. I "'p't' rain 'st, t .. i'n'' 1

.is !hf c..e., ofir enl I M" ('n..pnrHefty h. 'zh" h, u [11'a.'a '01 the"AMERICAN

I you want fertilizers. consult J. E. Will Flock Southward u: lb' .lr home on F rib ..r.* h..". II"" ., 'ten ,r I a'

Lummnt. ages for tile oil< .11.1' I IBradley It It predicted that immediate! :v fat I Mr =end Mr Jo.... rl I .Vr.\ ,h.- r '.try!J 'h. I.., : : ", ,. .. nR' \\t-hi\e.i flirt !II'W 'ill"' tehl' II at' Ion ,t hitate to
I 'owing! : the r none of the an.o racm at hrnr' h"mp In Minn" ant I for t>ir 1r i I", .f, >, .. ... l
<< goo-la j '> rrt nil ro"l l it t11e r.. 'I .., ,
ll> th that < Sn1'h.ra 'n'
: there
a ona wpk! will o l
will .
a-vit. f"-"I'/I.h) with
oninjMit: ; m\ .fh i lt tn 4 an Irrf nx: of tixiritt and p eaureiwkert
Attorney R H Seymour bas par I here and that this time next


boil t M the Rrl<-I<.. It. on aiJ private reidilcncea wrLaid FASCINATION"To

the comer Thglhoute ot4th ttreef U elegantly and Rrlcke"avenue flolahed I J. I ll',m't know but that the other fellow could *" tl A* .-l.llt..pa

throughout w1'h a'l'1 the mod
era convenience' T".. 'u h ale up fee Ktpalr be given by the Dramatic Department J: the + we if the\ wanted tn, but they don't.
Tile P Sanford Ran tug W. 8.
it tt>- scene of many iirproremenn
Bnitatar la laid UP at the terminal

aad besides a rood fiae amount retldemcet of heavy being! real erected estate dock undergoing' extensive repairs to Miami Conservatory of Music ;i Remember we handle nothing but
her bol er and machinery Th:a. and
Jea'aSereaty. 33 account cf BO ibr tag being arall- good goods and sell on merit.Han1lre .

able aa a tender to the ROIl dredge Auditorium
th-maanj budded. .raaf* o-i *b* opposite stile of the bay baa Friday eve., Jan. 26 i

and trapctnitt tree for ale Prices .-au.eJ a tutpenatoa of the credfiagperatlona
Benefit oF Ladies' Library Association : ot F.errthinE'erlthin: sold
from II toll ceata. Seal for arVellr there until inch time athe : Cheaper
Bmattar shall be la commiaaloaaga'a. 1
of stork Soar Brother
imrverr which wir probably' be aerenl' Admiaaioa 35 cent*. Reserved seats *V. I

Little as... Ma. days beat reserved at Bath it Sitford Piano Cvtnp-nj ':-> Twelfth Street 1 Ibe Racket Store. W. H. Chaille & Son. 1211 1 Ave. D


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY, JANUARY H, 1104

PACE SIX
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I the foiled State army

listed twentv.three year Tktald.
E LEE
LIFE AND DEEDS OF ROBT. writing to hit ton 8 Ill a union ,

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'that can on', be maintained oy

TOLD BY MR. WILLIS W. HALL strife swords sad and cl.I"ar bayonets\ are and to In U .e:,. 1). i

place of brotherly 'ove haa no b I I 1 Rare Investments

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i for me I shad mourn, for my country I ii .
and for he welfare and progreatof
laat Fri.Ia.> PalhProbab >
i From .1
I mankind If the union W ditto Ted

-- and the union dltrupted. I thai) ,

the majority of the Pf'O'pie the peta of Robert E Lee'i beauty. return to mv native state and share
) began heir sweet unfolding with; people and save !
this day ft fu nature ihe misery my '"
In Miami are letting active he .was nat No matter what want in the of
that It ti. Strong and In defense. ..1'1 draw my sword "n 1 you may way
by wlthouT/rememberlng fond of .,bl..Uca. He could "
of urjlh none
'> the annlvertary \ /
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a public holiday la even .
ratillead hit p'avmatet Th mrlta formof the commonweal

the birth of one of'the country, At greatest the gam they, played and when we ae h of VIre;nl* were placed under
hero**-Rober E Lee the house keeping keysorirring I and from
UC1
teacher took palm him ram Inn his control April I Real Estate
the
public school and! meal. and .patting tbe hounhe that time until the surrender at Appomattox -

to make the day a special ttndea one and hat free from his studies. tenderljma'tlng yea. from that time- until .
whool. the i
In the high mother wH' .
a treat In \ upon hit de'lrate. hit grea soul .l1r..n.l..r.d the cltadHof
a few vtaltora were circa their gifted a n h< r" At I..e ve clock earlday hit heart to the angel of loath he 1

the following address by he would take her up In hit armi was foremost of our nation heroes

principal )lr. W W HillIt her lee ptl'owih charms of h'trhtratter 1
r n' >' pare among One' of the greatest

It a common thing then who* dav boat tc bij arranpid, In the carriage. thru watt his utter fri-e
find "Ke'fmad* mm Mm ,11mb I mean the box and taking the .-nvr and fain, wtri' ,1* had a hap _

of having climbed to '** topmost i Inn from br coachman hand care pv way of sharing all honors with I Below list few and ask
rung of t'll" ladler- with no help but fill.r drive the aplri..d borate a'ODe'b" bU f"ow. offlrert Thor was. not I city or country. we a special bargains

their own effort Mm who ha\ he knew hit mother would In bit makeup
I < roads particle of jatouy
toI I
worked their way from boot black moot enjoy At he panted each group ind It was with perfect sincerity that those interested to call and be shown.

bank l.r.\lI.nl.. acqu,ring In a marrel" of hi* plarmatet. he would raiae his b* tent his message to Gen Jackson

oat manner a knowledge of boob aiwell .I1 rap and thev In turn would often it Fredericksburg to General

\ ai of mankind Aa a roe 'herare I' rheer lacknon that he knows Jut it wllit

men who bold In contempt any At nlfh he would ee her comfort I what to do with the enemy" I Mot taluabi e'rnr In theclty, aveau C and llth Street, magnificeat

pride of ancestry They do not fathers(car i mhll! In bed, pace' a lamp by her ptl J.CbOD8Ion..11 JlC'kaoaha4 1 hotel .it.. Price IUOOU e

to know who their great grand read If lhwtthed .. ) lived for no other good than for e
accredit even a part I low .. that the might e Beautifal residence ID choice location for $4)(DOoa) eitv term.
were and seldom he would be off to prelist. tb.: comfort he brought Robert E
to anything bealdei I then A genuine in a 25 foot business lot heart of city for $7750 S
nap
their iueeei
of would have been
his le.aont, retaralng the last .Lie, *. Bit life a g or
their own ,...1... Still I can not but hag l to take away the 'amp and to out one fjI Choice lot on Tenth street near AT*. C. for $1500.
th.
IB
back
think that aomewber etf madt : rive her a good night kiss takes a Confederate veteran ahltehalred Finest reaidence lot in the' city, fronting Royal Palm Park corner
of thete -
centuries each one fatheror I Hit lat year at school at Alenntrla : man who wore the gray lot. for $;000.
men hat had a Bob1* grand those four long of
lutrllttlOllC1f hrougbout >ears
grandmother who* blod! was spent ander tbe Fine improved place bearing fruit tree, good two story house and
a queenly I BenJ, Hlllowell, wbo says of him ear, to speak the touching word thatt I
four lot for H4.WO.
bat ben Band for him. 'He was a most exemplary ttudentn seems to me I feel when I think of

It takes he highest courage to fight I every respect H* wa. never be- he closing days of the Confederacy. / Several choice liver front lot with riparian right, very cheap.

against adverse circumstances or to. ilnd t'me! at hit studies, never faileda .it I look back OB that time. I wonderlow Three Iota on Fifth street, near Avennc D attach $450.

trnggl oat of aa entangling env.ronmeat. j redta'loa was perfectly the sun could blue; how the
:
singe
a Several! lot in Bay View addition at $150 each, well worth $300.
And such heroism la the kind 1 bervaat of the rules aad regVatlont lrda could ting, bow the little child

thai la labor, no mater for hqw if the institution: was gentlemanly, ea could laugh and p'ay n.re.re I New house and lot. worth $2500 tor the low price of $1800.

many generation Itt steeds u. 1IIa inobtmtlve and respectful la all hit nirple shadows and a mist of tear Fine river front Iota at corner of 10th street and river on this tide.

dormant So It seems t* me that Imay leportmen- to teacher and his fel leer It all la his ragged, tat'*rdiBlfonn. Investigate thCH.

truthfully affirm that all great* I,,10" atadeata. Ills apeoialty was wearing th* old slouched Several orange and grapttrait grovea at low price..
must have noble bloodf I flnlah tat pulled down over hit noble brow, p
net H Imparted a
Inlthlng up Fin bu"iD< block on Arena D yi..1.5 per ct. on price $8500. ;
I do not mesa to say that an me I and neatness U be proceeded, to lit beard whit and griisled. oa'yicceatnatlng
th For $6000 hare a good buaiaea block with long !case payingtwelve
of aobl blood matt be great for aom.1, very thing he undertook the sad Infinitely we

of .h* present representatives Finishing up; leaving a character .lad llaea of bit mouth bit eye aa per centmlinlda

*srtt faml'lewould tack statement aOIIee Bat 41.1 I ,sing touch h* bad upon anything everything to do. w| krhteh layt lear but and with fearless a look a*of la patient his bright suffer.' lib *. nMh(if i short OM. l hailer M $500 Mck JiiV $166.66

'rove natural say to demand that they be groat. I I It matt have beet a lonely time for I II ''till la their dep ht, I fancy I can te* usk Jcwi ft***+! Bv ifw tr r drrt L

And a rangely enough tier seems 4rt Le when the day cam for Rob-i .ii a central' flgur of all that bitter Furnished honae from $350 np for the **aaonI .

ao tpedal honor dm* them If they are I I rt to go to Wett Pota-. And yet 1m*-Robert E.Le*. Robert E. Lee

great It I b no nor than we expect .the waa spared to welcome aim home id Tn..I'er.r.ra..ner, the iron

of them. I it every nation: Being him grow' &:'fef charger that carried him throngs


have So with been Robert hard for E.Ida! Lee mot It to would have Bore sing la beaotlfal manner la and person more nor Bob'.wta, If er he around war the Tb*camp soldiers lire uNd at Bight to gata-and I J. H. Tatum &


been a matter Baa nobVrit HU blood Then.11 I hat moral were poatlVe.character la "ereIIC'mtlt la the of .nd xchang la moat stories of them of their Traveler commander' wa ; Company

of the purest and and the Henry 1'1. of 1121. after his graudatlon early at much a hero at his matter

were the Richard the family of Le I the bad him Coaataa ly at her>td* Inc story, though la which the good
of
sad .. Johat weeks before the klta'd I'd horse had BO share has been told
of for few brief
cradle I. the old country a Estate
with Its Real
la Bxlaad. There were hi mgood night for the last tim 0 often that It become better andfetter
Shropahlr of the time when h waaa
knighted by Janet I. Then lad her lovely spirit panted on be- *
barooet laad] bolder from the I road the sunset gate the rear teat of a car going: to

wen proud ) Lieut Leet flrtt services for hit Uchmood All the other sea i of

of Lee the of family Colon la Ha'L till wall country the was flrtt a xmntry' were la be erection of the ; be ear were filled with to dlert andifflcera. Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Frlssell Building

nnitary defenses at Hampton Roadt << When at one of the stations ;
of Represent
of the floes*
member Jamettowa. Va. la U47H I lad It was while he was at work here I a 1 woman entered She was old and I

tires at the royal familyof hat he won the heart of the beautiful poorly dressed and down tie who'eength j I 1
wan *o loral' to of the car the walked wl bout
Smart that he wat chonea at one lelrett of Arlington, Mitt Mary CutIt : I II
wha sailed arrow I great grand daath'er of Martha I >dug offered a teat. until at the came :

of thethe commission he second Cbartea--- Cuttia. the wife of Gen. "Ui'II&t01l near to Lee be arose and In b a courteout 1
sea to Invite -- ,
be her b's' pace
Yet There la the beautiful manalon on manner gave .
"mllla
to wear the ( proved so the shore of he broad Potomac with I Instantly there was a general uprttIng Tore ler" Gea Lee fo down and --,

tl!. tame R six fair bridesmaids and attendant and from all sides he b..ard.-G..n. stood alone In the dusty road "111'*
that I
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faithful to the the groomsmen they were married IB era! have mv tat" But he repledIn h* maw with amazement the old solder -

he at sired 'ro.llf '.seing.('\ la to 11. June :30 1S11 Happy at were the hit qnle way. "Xo gnt'emen, If''' 'ead away bit. horse. and tie himIn Miami Business Directory

councils of two daughter'the aurplce under which those wedding there was no teat for the lady there the bush 'Now said the old

family of doe ,Ition.Ow rows were made they were not hat It none for men" The effect! (\f the rebuke teteran "I was one of your old told

sillllHt exciting times far! enough to preface the harmonyof t wa wnnderfu' On. after an lern Gen Lee. I waa with you a'l

down .. the they 'Ived ogether o'her of the lOCi dlert, left the car until the may from Mechaalcavlll 'o Appomattox
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of \"trellll. 0rJ the .aw.rt rears time The Out of Town Buyer and tho. within th. city will rind .In tee
Through the 'eart of peace. when at the General and the o d woman had:: I.aa here every
until In > I of Miami Merchant und.rsissified
alwavt In prominence<< Hat below th addr*** *
wanton to let me gl>*
Henry Lee matter of Arlington he aJmlntatered It all to IbemI.I anJ 1 Ju" had for ready rfrnc
Richard
the person the of o'd plantation at WettWweland the affairs of a large plantation and i nee the war was oier I .e was three rousing cheers for Mares Robert J
bora
upon the Potomac we find our carded on tie quiet! labor of an army among the lint to go In'o he actual .
on engineer through the exciting times work of the farm. H* tried In every ; Gen Lee head dropped la moat
Horse Harry" thebandfre CO. UMOlNE QUAKTIKMAM
A
from"Light BRADY
I out of pub IP life onlyin ;nful embarranmen' at the drat L U
officer of 'of the Mexican war when be dUttn way to keep pa
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brilliant roun; Fu.mbeJ himself at ScofTa coief aide: I' much a wry a* hf cotil I atirse and Nell went founding along the mounaln Fresh Fruit and VfMabl. Dealer ta Dry Goods Nottoaa

the Heroin lonary turndr war of ('om.allaLIbt through the dangers which at Unto I help the many who. respectful fair : tide The next yell wat choked Ilia Street. Cor. Av* D. Miami. fla.
the I' and LaOl- Mflaliap.
After Co'onel of he Second Cavalry. he judgment He count* ed hit old sold with tubt at the old fellow dropped Orals
Mini AnnieMoore Fancy Grocer Hay
Hone Harrr married of Stratford ..' In pursuing he maraudingbands fen to but'd up at rapid y and aa well la the dust hugging Gen Lee* 1.,.. I I I : JO -IOZ lit} St.J. MItab h
heir
the **
Fertilizer
Caner of Indiana on the Texas plaint: la. J'O'olblf'' he fortune! of the ttricken And the third died' away In 'eart.I and If ape*
Carter" wit
whose f.tb"rKlllr >nH on through the heart,rending dart of Sonth H'* ch l.I.n.1 his time I! It seems to me that here wou'J be
r
one of the grate of"trJ1nl.'a of be colony for the civil war Lee and hit wife were' received the tenderent attention his ', a fitting! place for me to atop. for me L LUMMUS s J, S. SCMIVKN

was governor perfect accord letter 'o them are fit ed with wise to let I mv voice die away In '..n. For
aad rector of YCTliam and Iia Dealer la Drug, Patent lf*>
many rear* of merlin I htll not fol'ow Lee upon the bat advice<< There seemed to come Iota though the dye years fo lowing his Dealer ta Groceries. Orala.

Mary college. a man Inherited I t eteld. nor la It my purpose 'o picture hit life a great dlttatte for u'ltm.Dt en'rance Into university! work were Hay and rrtllUrt. class. ToUt ArtJcJ" Stattoaen1M7
hit daughter
qualities and faced for vou the camp acenet wherejest 1 of any kind, anj h* praised continuallv ;, filled with an Infinite amount of good ., I
of aatnre Sweet << ATM D. Miami ru
tbe rarest voiced truthful and God I' the sound of h'a rich voice or the ; the charm of a simple country It seems natural same way 'o step 135 Itth Street Miami Iris

and renf olCo'onel gl mte of h a manly form could IBtplre 'tome f-om the onelv. daily road whereon
wife
loving she was a worthy inch bet I: the weakest heart with coarMe I 8 anding la such an exa'ted poll h't knee the old< to'dle give hit I A. J. CAMPSELL YOUN04 PHAKMACY
Harry Le* and a mo
Robert : tloo IB the eyes of everybody. he was la*' tribute to h'a commander '0 nat I I 121 Avenue U Miami rw
for
at one would expect our with business propositions, vth err 9en'mb 1S70 when a* In Good Clot
The moths tha the Mexican gov- I \ew'Jed : p I II Dealer Dry Drug. TU4
Edward Lee I'' ernmestpent IB completlnglie treatywith : many of which\ ) would: have male bin I 1.fe Hood at btu faml'y tao'e to ask
1M7 Robert E Lee'sbabyhood i Articles. PvrfaaMrtoa. Itavlooery.
Bora la this country Lee treat with hit wealthy Mamtfacturera offered va' r.o.I blxulng\ on the foo.1 hre came'h. tug G au' Furnishings I

was 'a la the the stirring war of 1112Though !met I family a' Artin< culminated
that made auperinteadeat of the Militaryrademy a'one. but with a delicacy of f..IIDII : 'h* few week following I too anhover f carefully eompo aj4.

hit father was sways Interetd h.. \ at West Point He remained I -ely found be refuted them all. Ft. In mv fanc\ lti the loving ARMSTKONQ GROCERY CO. I _
nation
the
la be iffaln of I there until tent to the frontier ta1S55 'nally August 4 UCi. he was asked 1lrl..n.\I\ abinit hi'* bed nn'll\ I b..rI BECK. WILSON HUDDLf STON

had retired to private life tpendlnifeu : I o become ..al----L"\attrlngioiroi : those 'm warts' again In hi mind: I
and his .p Real Eaui aaj laamraa
time with hit holly A thit time he wta *..d to be the ege wmcn arrwardt' under the 'n 'h" \oa"I.II. h* csl'ed ont "T..nHilt Fu.1 line of *taa!. and fancy groceries. I
;;.bU' Stratford
la the long bom* at In Ole army I liketo I pre Icier of hit eldest ton. was bv h* "Ict com up" I Suit 2. IS20

ta 1111 lie went 'o live la handsomest plctn him man m tef at he took bit a new charter made Wathlngton and Ye* RoN.r E I..... we .1'] mustreme fresh outs, vegttabl. poultry *tt.lltli i 1-) Twtlfia street Miami Th>] "

Alexandria. a quiet title Tlrt-lnla town dally wa ice along the Rio GnD"\\ I.** rnlvrtlvArd : rap i mutt he more than the anid .
to&cboo'
where the children! might to to He used 'n en bv himself to find at again from 'h* q'frt Mfe of o reach the tight of the pfnnac New Prevt Iidg, *U Avenue D THI RED CROSS PHARMACY
he going
From there was his thoughts, his home the rat General came togh' '*
la own
he tald. pleatu; I
hit at Mayor Onerai Dealers la Drug. Mdlda.
for country<
Bght of the blrdain he lest bat I le This time bit
he varied >
In the war la i n-nage I THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.
fnrcet
of the Canadian! I flowors : showed evenanler that Toilet Artlcl. Prerlpdoa
the rrau'"' of 'r vines ant lea ip DANCE AT EVERGLADE
of 1117 when In rrlng to protect a In hone r"avt sorrow had not I II ''n dais of excltln; < arfare; HeVg Dealer la Groceries. Hay and carefully eompaenJd. KaOjrder
"IP'.nM'1
I
friend of Baltimore from the :Isis labort wi'h't i 'te .corh' Oral I'
It was
wonnjedHe I once to o' r..btmlr"ly tha promptly ttndJ! to.
of a mob h* was mortal'y I tlflmp<'**4 ..k which I Was Cnllvtncd by Sing'ng by Ntgri
I
It It e a .
managed by the help nf Proa\dent hard for him to fore. aa was Av*. D and 4ta St. Miami Fla. 'I' '1 8U Cor Av.. C Mlaaai. Fbt
I rcoTTiili'i I hove \I1- thr vouncnen .
mat often veara. H. wood such ;aloud ITO<; > Qua .-t* ,
Mallaon to rrah the t411rbllll i -. 'h In Sat 1* 1 h. *
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'art 't he cunning antics of a It le aqnlrrel "f th > --- -- - - -- "

after ed home a long but r-crtoj died March of Illae.21<<. 1"a >r I and creep on ",,'r1e to peep Into. ...*n traiv of h'TI fal'tinder' irvttnd The dunce at IbtF. jade hotel
# 'he nest of tome t iv '" I Hit character I "rl I abRI'l devote mv if* now EABOARD
the home of General Greene Cumberland their 'IXM night; given by the young people S
brea'het In i! f lowing word n T4 nIne rating nn 'o do ; \
Island off the tout Gear .' of I mat hot ery was highly enjoyed
\ written to hit t c : > w this time: I|
gla.In ko_ must study to M frank with the I Southwest. young men made theirway I II. I
; of hit l last 'ettem hit Tou Purler'mt In the gay daaclag. I
one honietty 1 to the college pret;ded over Air Line Railway
Carter, who waa at this time wor d. Fraakeetr U the child of negro n'a-s quartette rendered pop
BOB of hit old '''! b\\
heir hero Many
la Harvard Collage, he ..m.101, I and courage Pay Jut what you I. Intel'. liar *,'nf* and their singing was tp ea1M
he
Carter-What la happlaeat I mean to do en every occatloa and went there to complete used a guitar and man

dear Me: labor et Peace of eke It tar granted von mean to- do nal training the years of camp life', 'do In as accompanying piecea FOE. 1Savannah

Hoe opal God I rght do a wrong 'h'ng! to had Interrupted And what an exa'ted ThU I'A the lad nocit: event at :
A'mlghty: Camden Southern Fines.Raleigh.
to
ailed bated on piety am::: I the Columbia. ,
innocence of conduct make or to keep one Above'l ootltloa' he held In he eye of .blbI'.. F"ornr Mann ...n' t wpn .

faconactoo with will to man; healil of bolt,.. do not appear to other whit: von I ttudentt! ',nt fh *ia. bn a charming adllt'on ttichlnondWashington, Baltimore

health good of mind with >ro pr1ty to i are not Me ahou'd live ac*. and : Yet It was ever from the veterani on 'h*.* ocean ors .n.1 1 her nrvone Philadelphia. New York

nothing to th* Injury of anvon hat the emotional bnrttaof pralt m b-- res'nrl.s..d da"tng
say
our vocation: a twee( T"rtlcmatewife tano I !>** was horoughly I opposed *o slay I I amen At hr was on h'a! say o take he. ., rf '}o" .*l.rrn Two Elegant Trains Daily.

: meat devoted aano to'n corpor truth, honor: "nr at aa Initituttan A* rapidly athe I IIP ace at ",..*!..ieft' of the unlvrtI -* .. ;>-.,. r. "'f" Mr tr1 Mrr > Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

ell I1MMI negro on bit plantation were I I h* role Truvfl'er unttndl"IB I -.. r ran '.rtr m : Mr \\Tilt

right and utllltr with love sad and faithful re- ra lv for freedom h* gave It. HUblltf \\" h wit nearing I>xintion he I II n* \"..,. '. .I'I i Tun \lrf;->b'f3'11... \i+tuiern I'u'himo' Equipment
their
tper to parentt wa*. that gradua ly-a* 1fTD111II I "net a rusty wa'hrbeatn moun I II d 1lT ppf" Mum. Frxnkt
friends In a ronntrv
and warmhearted I',. he thought at progr t of Chrlttn1tv i ilnt .r loundng irnw 'iv in hit rlfkv n lleNd, P rrv F' !ft Y'rbnr"i ONLY LINE
rellglout'T\ free- I I
T>OI;It ca'ly and "< hi* bn malehe tUv rar Gen 1.rf esl'e,1 out a ror : h r-ht| r'trcv Ada' hrhr4M
.
Ibis' I. my definition Robert E Le t fa'Vr hritj d receive his freedom and i''r't'l' "* :0.-ti 1-no-Tire an1 tb* oH Oon M -irl \. lle\r.oc..r. \f-. Oo H nui; jtli ruti Jmit (roe: JulwsTllle to lei Crlusrv :

Such was placed !'n the social potlt'onvt' '''""tf* Inttant'\ ca' oar rh'. rayed \ hr.t, n M'' r | > Fred Rand

though he 'rt him when he was hnt for him Frotrt .. 't >i', ol | nag r late t o''.rh Iv-r i ,.' ','n % -h. I.:T'J)'., 11cKentr"n
Interdei
five o'J flaring the vet-n of : was \rO; 11 I 'c, r + Hood -..* ,tio CII.: l ji : ol I ,
reap \-t bg1pfllrg h* a* opposed ,, M,i T-av*' 1 kr h' 'h* '- \ F To: rapT p >as.> t I.?. e u' i ny heft
hit lllne..a. Career *. I have said b* H "I ThoT.on J. )
F'I"M
."M'.on but oval >r"l!I" n-'l .tall I "Alnt hit Cnra1' Seaboard, o* writ
was ever a
Hd-vrl S dn r war '"n n I IVf" ..
's- fore a In n. "n T'rlrilh 1thnGsrin*'.
sir"
1M ire wan t.
<" *
... M V'rzlma A* the dltcnttlonirw
the navy. one danrt er wap'n a hiplUI "n h that r* v "\\VI1 'b..n"ai1 the oM' I \ T Ill r i. nr \\-rt Cw iat6 P\\S. M tl IClSOQlille FUr
In Philadelphia while the other .more Va'el and *"w w 'n a ou'vfr! of excl'mnt "1wart 'I"f"*or T N r.A.tI' K. C CI.w*" t.) 'i-OH't Al 1. ,
''<. aub'et con' on'y be settled! bvi" >
"
waa younger than Robert to the bn '.|, ,> P"I''r \\of r.an Hirllt*
.
Tord f'ollv when Lincoln mad'nowji 1 a 'o In me a favor I .r'f!
was left ..nle guardian' of bIll. Inv' "I .. hi. pMtt., or 'nval'ng tbS f" ..1'1 nNaiti' was th. r*. T, ro-* 'nrk:: D S Jcnct Ceo C. BDYLSTON.: : Jr.. Pass. At
Vtt h ".* It>
bad <<
mother who K h:.
from his -! "AI1 right Jntt gt down trams
It was daring these earl vrar' ,' ro-h Lee withdrew serviceIn<< -'




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MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 104 PAL SEVEN

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rts. Stephen Nathaniel, Cornelia Ida IN MEMORY OF GOVERNOR'S MANSION
1 BABY SHOW WAS Sherman. Clara Cohen Frank 8. CONCERT BY PUPILSOF

Wright John Wright, William Sanl-
en Gramllag. George Phelps Architect Klwtha Submit Plane fee
The professionsrATTORNEYS A DECIDED SUCCESS -- ROBERT E. LEE Inspect and Approval CONSERVATORYThe

TIGE ANDERSON CAMP ----
'-l m.P.
Show The Governor. Mrs iBrowirJ. Hon.
The Baby under t In Passes Memorial en Death ef Rev. One of the most beautiful and appropriate concert by the pupils of the
A. C. Croom and Cspt B. N. Math-
C Fwlweod
auspices of the Ladles' Aid Society of A. celebrations of the birth- Miami Conservatory of Mule Friday
et spent some time Tuesday morarag.
.. ixwua.. tbe Presbyterian church, which has At the last mee Ing of Tlge Anderson Jay. of the South' foremost hero and with Architect' H. J. Bathe of Jack night at the Fair bul'dtag was mat

AT LAW 'caused a furor of exeltemeat la the I Camp Confederate Veterana.the o .Her-Robert E, Uee- ever. held sonril'e, studying plans" for the Governors successful aid atteade4 by aa Immense

city even for dais before lu aetaai : following memorial was adopted on la this city was that of last Friday mansion submitted by Mr. erowj of friends aaJ
paren
.m......... SlJeenm,Hess M4 ...... '
Kin ho ta the plans made by MrKlntho .
the death. of Rer C. Fniwood of Captainand
the A. rtitJence
afternoon the
peslaiYSOa'---LtatsM. p.......... occurrence yesterday night at visitor Prof m..". Co'etnaa
chaplain of the camp Mrs. P. B JauJon on the Boulevard. the proposed building presents
... Fair building, wu successful beyouJ I Bush director ta to be congratulated
"Since our last meeting our Supreme a handsome spearaace outwardly.
.
oa the wonderful which the
O.Satms. "". no. progress
and tbe building was
expectations Commander has transformed The beaollW\ program rendered I The building represented Is of pupils have made during the past several

I barely: capable of holding the cro..a'i from our command. Brother CharlesA had been prepared and all of the de- Cortnthlsn style of architecture.' The years many of them showing a

D'- LEo CJlUK& which ram and .went the stage I Fniwood to hat grand encampment tsl's Incident to the commemoration front and sides are surrounded bya wonderful skill st their .....
where the great of Immortals broad gallery, supported by massive .
array made by the members of Sou tern
used to accommodate onlookers There were see. tons by vocal pIano
; also being
DENTIST. rest la the sweet fields of I rated Daughter' of Corinthian exhibit wu Im Cross Chapter and dramatic students which were
The
parade
0I.!I. ftmll ...WI... .. TwlrttMIAMI. the centre of the main floor. Eden by the Hirer of Life which the Confederacy who with the Sons the building. rendered. quite perfectly sad a majority
I
flows from the throne of God. Veterans The bal'J1DI11 be of woodconcrete o*
1It- Ai he contestants entered they I of Veterans" Confederate won stormy encores, though none
"He received: his orders while on the as the appropriation Is noi
FLOIKDA. and the list u Bear and invited guests mad. up pa. cave a response besides a graceful acknowledgement
registered
were .
post of duty and l as a true .otdier.was which was a sufficient! for s stone structure, and
at road be obtained ID the crash ready for the transfer. from the tldpanti In the event win cat approximately fJOAOO/ The

ATHK80H will appear below. I midst of true men to that eternal success la every particular an for The opening number on the programwaa
F. plan Include arraagemen s a furnace
|k all presentThe I
) ruoled by
It was unantmous'y decided that campus where the greatest number thorough for heating numerous baths Scotson (Tark's Torchllgh:

ATTORNEY AT LAW. the Judges, whose name WeN withheld I af our comrade are gathered with pmx.am opened with a piano and all modern conveniences. March' by Mlseee Caaova. Smith..
used the utmost Impartiality ..a\\ brows encircled with nnpaeUhsbie. solo b> !Irv Guild Smith. and was Hooks, and MeOtrt The two pianos

._..... ..-. _liwlMllM*
tape la OMO to the best all round babies la the stands out la bo'd relief Beneath ed In Metropolis yesterday sfternoon. RECEPTION A SUCCESSThe :.astrumeat the piece being for four

>.* In S* 'U .. ..... parade f I the Christala cross, by the Crest Mediator I I with th- addl Ion of some p avers I was wonderfully well played

MIAMI FLORIDA When It was shouted through the and n'erceasor from afar we other numbers an,1,I features tha ,ere the players keeping sbeo'utely perfect

hall that William H. Houston son see them with oar ear hly vision. but I arranged at a la'er hour. One of I reception! held at the M. E. time, and with fine exp-Miloa.

of Mr and Mrs. Harry O. Houston.was dimly these was the r a'ling of a paper I I Church South. Monday night from 7 Miss Uayme Simpson rendered the

GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist winner of the drat prlie for the I "Bat this view Is. etfonirh; to encourage I Ion the "Per -al! Reminiscences I 110 ten o'clock was a delightful affair Ira fI" long "Pierrot" by Hutchison<<

,best all round babe under two years. I us to rHO', .. to be faithful of General John '1 Gordon by Mrs an. headed by a large number and betrayed excellent hll'q'Jf'.4

OFFICE BOCK: there. was a murmur of approval as and true that we may regain on Etern E. T. Bylngtor This paper was a beautiful rounded voice
f* .... .. .. .*. r. M.Omn of people. It was not SB lavttatloa
shores the tosses that hare he Ladles'
Is PrlMeU lfttatDgNCg.su Merl Ilk SL he had been noted by the spectatorsto Ity's we read previously l.-'ore I vies Jessie Sow es followed with aptfndl.lly
possess that de'tghtful eomblna- suffered here and where time and I Afternoon Club an'' deeming; It appropriate affair hr was for the purpose of execu ed piano slo Bart-

UMMIAMI.. FLOBIDA.H.w anion of beauty, sweet dispositionand men disappear In 'he great dl.IJe..lIere to the 'a, ..ir occasion. Mrs. meting the strangers who are con '. t r. "Polka de Concert" ReaarJsB'rceuie. .

Intelligence and a'so a sturdy 1 flows the chilly stream Into I Bylngton was requested to reproduce" stant'y
and manly physique. Tbe gocanwas !' which we must bathe before reachingthe It | lag their homei here snd for the In solo' .was beautiful\ aad excel-
JLUftn JL D. great beyond' where our artistically decorated' la artificial Rec a Ions by Miss seen Ire r brought ont "My Kitten" wssrvnuil
pink roses over white backgroundand tire not' la waiting for our ranrfer. aid and Mrs. J. N. l.nmmu were la- I friends I h>. Mlrs Naomi S-Plth.' 4e

xomep.ehltt. was pushed by the maid and "\\e miss hi mfrom our !group: dill*:.-.I ...hl'. "Wxlf was p'ayed on The la lee had paced large c ,.n"., member of -he .; ., ..iaHe department

Mum Oats: ..... D.e.t. fl. Aft. C guided by two beautiful lltfe girls- where t his cordial" greeting: his many the ,.10"1 hv Captain B. Jsu,iou. | tent of n es la the available spaces! She Is a pretty dams y lit-
"."".." Haan, >ota and Creee Adams-dressed la and afierwsr' sane hi Captain" J. F. t'fI maid and charms all who see, ....
.. Pura. courage. These are alt losses to us. I large tat decorating' it with trail
m4nlIuaua. II
a ass I pink and whl'e to correspond to the Jaudon hch were more thaa ap- hear her
but to him they are gala We would vines and rosea Besides this
decorations' of the can The effect not call him back: his term of service preclatrd and enthused the pctlct- |11111 there a smaller table massed Miss Alice Martens executed a dim-
was by far one of the most fetching with us Js o'er. Would that pants (or the ban snce of the eve- were cult composition of Lladiag's sad was
I with flow -' and the punch bowl eon
B. rXJCOXUCX, The was a silver the aumbe who were considered '
la the parade. prise we could bat lire as pure as he did sing rented Nh jj vines. and roses. .- among
CIVIL ENGINEERAND cup. gold lined presented by H. T. j land I la the end be ''ransferred to that The n-os attractive sad patrtotl i llclous fr ::t punch aaJ fancy cakes ss poMdoMl.n a remarkable genius.

SURVEYOR. WSia'er glorious command where be and feature of the evening was the preseotai.ua 1 were a...ved' to the guests' oa their 'I'.. Lilian: Btfion nadered Klein's
The second prise a pair of nne I'lather stand on the golden sand with of a Confederate flag by arrival; "Valsette." beautlfuny Lillian aad

.ruhtte. nMMftmk-MvUimf ttt asp at L.rpw Urn Prwealrawl. Tr. .. kid boots, presented' by John Sewell 'outstretched hands and shouts of welI .1.I the Southern Cross Chapter to Tip 1 Stationed. the door was a charm- Ethel 1 Vox tech pt....... the on *

OIls.v P.r.mes.YIAld1. A Bro. was won by Harry Tattlejonof I come to the Eternal' Lord"I Anderson Camp of Veterans, of this lag committee who greeted' and intro I. violin aid the other: dramatic are

.. FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tattle, anda I.city. Misses. Irene Jaudon and MaaJCoachman I idnced a'l who entered' The pastor. charmlag perfo m-s .esv* one ......

wholly>> eanlratitt llitle man of I I REV BAM P. JONES held tie flag while the i Rev L. D. Lowe was oreeent and lag much talent Miss Chel recited
the Voade type aM handsomely at-1 --- .=.=..:..:. I presentation' speech. was made b'l graciously- aaalsted. la I the the "Minuet." dressed In a white .

g E. UCEXOVU, tired la a white and blue sailor suit. HOB. George A. Worley, who was IDe,t.Xra.. ed dress whicn she. grace"ry brought
What ef This Dietlngntehee
an Exchange Say -
Master Harry was unobtrusively eonspleioas LecturerThe never better ta his delivery or lent I F. M. Hudson .. IIItirtat.1 into requisition during the reading

REAL ESTATE. as a most deserrlsg contestant more enthusiasm or patriotic IHII. quest two beautiful so'oa She shows a rare power of grse and
DaU.., Tex Morning News
and winner. lag his remarks Nevla's "Rosary" Mrs. HId_ greatly artistic genius.
*4Msrr Pvnmra Caawr .AJIIO COHOTAKT "'" speaking of Rev. Sam P. Jones, who
rCBUC There were others la this class who Capt. R. C. May. commaader of I delighted all by her beautiful expressloa Two piano solos one of Tschalkows-
lectures la this February Itth
.. STATE AT LAK g though not receiving pines, were I and 20th. city Tlge Anderson Camp accepted the nol voice. ki aad one of Cieray-s. by Master

.XTLBB rLOBID much admired sad praleed. Among says: nag on beaa'f of the ve'erana and Mrs J. N. Lammas gave aa Interesting Chas Ornber was weU aecateand
"The noted Georgian was given a I
them were Halfred Chal'to. with his at the C1 Hall made a short but effective reply. reading about the aged parentwho impressive.
rousing receptloa
wonderfully Urge, blue eyes. and last night As 'y as said: H'I lived to see the proseprity of his Mlse. Herberta Perry saag Parker's"

H. P. BRANNING. press)re face with a prettily .. n'l crowd into the commodious many persons aadltori- Madam President United Daughters sons, who Ignored him because of his "A Gypsy Maiden L" with most beautiful

ate* go-cart; Gregory Winchester um of the' City Hal were on hand of the Confederacy, Southern Cross lack of style eta She was highly. expression, dlip'sylag pure, fall
C.-.IIr. floe bouncing babe, with rosy Asslsj last night to hear a 'lecture: by Rev. Chapter: | praised for the .selection sad was requested tones gad much power and tie raage.Aaother .

Lien Atlrtllll" ts4ctkaa Manses : and large brown eyes, la a beautifully Bam P. Jones on "A Medley of PhlVoaophy. We. Confederate veterans, recog to give ass her reading. most difficult and wonderfully .

IoM leSnp$MY. mall poles ip perambu'ator. his attractive Facts and Fna. The evangelist nine la your act the laterest which I The occasion' was so thoroughly I executed piano solo rag L nU.'.

mother la attendance: William Oram- looks o'der. There are you feel the value which yon place !l pleasant. that the desire was expressed "Bat.erfly." by Kiss' Eeaaor: Bcrev-

Went Palm Beach :: Florida Bug a most attractive little feTow gray hairs on his head than when he.1 un the principles for which we eon- hat they hold. another reception ... who Is a striking player.
Jate.
with a pretty face; and so on through was last with .. But his protruding tended now more than forty years at aa early Tar Mission' by Miss' Ladle Peek

the show. lower jaw still sips wl h the ...m.nt ago. These principles were for nn-1 was most delightfully\ read. Ladle being

JAMIE T.6UDBS Elisabeth Lummn. only daughter trap precision and last night he sullied pure republicanism. and a I PROM FERTILE FLORIDA possssssd with aa ease sad graceon

ATTORNEY AND of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lnmmasjiad :i made It evident that he had lIerlllee.IIIOD. 1 j government for and by A.gloSatons.I the stage that la. captivating. Miss

the only girl to carry off a prize, won I of his power as a speaker. While the 1O".mflll'.1 form was annihilated Items of Intereet frem the tart of Dorothy Hicki n. though got e youag.s .
COUNSELOR AT LAW. the first prize for the best all round { wit was as spontaneous and the principles remainandth's : making sp'endld progress In plate

O.rr.vW M4 BM! BMM U0nens Ap.el Ian baby from two to four yean Ellsa- j j strained as ever and 'there was all HI'I ensign while furled' at Appomattox the Grapefruit and Pine as was evideacej by her rsaderiag

Ptd.lty w D..m Oa, b.larr.. MS. beth Is a branefe. flne'j proportioned spice of other days ta what ne la sorrow and disappointment : of two of Garlltt's compositions.

4 t. WAVMW Butca. lack B.... with a most bright and beautiful j I He forced peal of laughter: from holds within Its folds .'t of 'these, as TO W Wallace, of Sanford, has The "Serenade." by Paehe. for two

BILK FLORIDA face Her dress was a dainty and i ifliffy i blushing women and guffaws from pure and unsullied as the patriotic rained some very fine strswberriee.Bean violins was one the best selectionson

creation of blue sIlk and lace amused m... and flooded eyes with blooj that was shed on the faD.ral'' shlpmen s from Jensen are I the program. This. was p'ayedby
and a harmonizing hood worn. The tears that had a moment before sparkled I bringing the growers fairly good return
pyre of "fie..... from the miasmatic Misses Cecilia sad Elms: Eastman,
wl h merriment His effort was ..
go-cart was a prety one and quite swsmps of the Atlan'Ic coast to the well trained to perform together
characteristic and e'osed' with a remarkable I I Grapefruit CfOY..n readily at
Price &, Rand unadorned. This prise was aa exquisite I blue ethereal regions of he mountains v Miss Florence Higgins won much admiration
appeal to the boys and from 11.000 to fl.200 per acres according
ATTORNEYS AT LAW signet ring presented. << by and across the mighty Uisslsslppt for her good rendition of
girls. I to
3. 5 7 and 9 Hatchett Bid Maynard A Bon. River and on and o'er the age Rive-King's "Bubbling Spring." She
Rooms of and
? I Large shipments tangerines
Master Croll.11. with his Intelligent
,1.1.1 has firm and fine tecalqne -
101 Texas It waved la defiaace a good touch *
from
i made Oakland
grapefruit are being
Wilt practice in and expressive face, and a FLORIDA EAST COAST
ed hoards; representatives of a'l aa-
.
State and Federal Y. M. C. A. BUILDINGNew I I II ,
All the Coarta remarkably well proportioned figure The
Lions and climes, whose Incentivewss Th.re.111 not be half as tomatoes "Doll's We-ldlsg" was a most
showing excellent health and much I t'- I as the seqeul BOW shows, for I around Boynton ss ta many the previous retching recitation by Miss Erma!: XImaalee. -
strength, marched *t with the second Being at St. Augustine I pelf. I I seasons.A She was very heartily received
pills a saefeu*. presented by W.H. by Mr. natferPrellmlaary I
W. C. MAYNARD Under this ensign unspotted uataralshed Urge amount of eggp'ant Is being aad recited dellghtful'y we'L'
ChalUe. but"which wa changed to amore I work on the Florida Miss Susie Pope ed anotherone
by any act, the bravest of our I[Shipped from Knight's station whichIs peen
appropriate award, not being I. East Coast Railway T. M. C. A. build ,I I brave comrades, offered. themselveswilting unusual' for this season of the year. of Gurlltt's dlfflcu't' compositionssad

\ tended for sue ha big. manly fallow I ing began this morning when Mr. O.: sacrifices to thwart the earn So far 200000 boxes of oranges also his. "Storm which. she play'eJ

as ... T. Butler went to the site and took spring Influences of greedy commercialism I have been shipped from Arcadia. with admirable skill Mlse JaaeBeecher

Master Crosier Is tie! younger son measuremeata' for the fouadatlon.sars! which la the strong right arm Shipments will continue IUD the middle sang the exquisite song. "O.

of Mr. and Mrs. JohnlRewell and a I the 8t Augutslne Record. Mr. Butler of autocracy. We feel consoled la of next month. 1 Come With Me ta the Summer SII t"

bright manly. lltt'e fellow. He propelled Is still engaged at this work. a measure that yon feet deeply and The work on the extension. of the by Van der Btucken Miss Beecher poesessee -

JEWELER AKEJ OPTICIAH.Portoo his own conveyance, a little This! building has been described before siacerely the Importance of continuing F E. C. railway to Key West Is a splendid voice a fun meixosoprano

Ming s..,wenrln .... ...... preflCy decorated In bine but some Changes have been the warfare with peaceful mesas being pushed very rapidly. I: U a and has a perfect saunclatlon. -

ors n (tent ..,.... Witt our exten4re with largo skits crynanfheasnmsBtiabeth made, alas u..t nlaaa were ,.* Barn Jived bug enough to learn marvelous eaglaering feat : .

.PIP*'**** ********. ISplflssi tMasnas charmed *'orjoa dun.The, that the creteet events ef vain. are,, It U estimated that the citrus trop The concert e'osed with Chassis.leeAutsma
..... 11- ln.,1 qFfa, nos'. wits a fancy skirt daace aecoat-I building la to be tOtxlM feet those of rorlda for this year win amount ,* ," by Mlae' Aalta Caaova who
accomplished or by
........ "w. reynlr Watehea, Clooha.Jewort 'palled. on the piano by Bias Will and wfl connate everything to be We could won enumerate patent I I to 1J00.900 boxes of oraages besides Is a fine performer on tae p.aao. sal

aM ..- .... A portion ofycnr Haha. DlsabeU: Is graceful as well found In a first-class modern T. M. perseverance. large quaatl.. of grafefrult. most remarkably executed this ...
trade naked ..... Located on ATae as pretty ail won a spoataaeons applause I' C. A. building. many thrttUag scenes, full of exciting Miami shipped during December. .
D Between ItU. and Itth 8U. she This e'nb win be a railroad branch interest that were enacted<< beneath terpiece.It
< I M danced to the stirring I about It.000 entry of nptabl. .. I was noticeable. how wen each
W. C. MAYNARD music. I of the T. M. C. A. It will be.eSt the shadow of tils haaaer; vided as '01'_.: Tomatoes lDOeer.lf"
,
his her
I Menlow to.. the employes of the Florida East but tls bee- to let these go by. Bat beans. .000 pupil performed or part.
,......W ad..r o.tIeIM Grlflng. a dainty sad ': strtag : peppers.S.QOO and It Is of pride to Miami
I Coast Railway, and will unquestionably of an the gifts that we have received a source
I ly little lassie, seated la a cart ornamented and the rest cucumbers sad egg
the
be the finest la the State and than this to be able to polar to
la fresh half boom roses; none are prised more p'aa s.The.
Sophia FaadeL with her dimpled face equal' to anything of Its kind la the which recalls so vividly. the sceaesof threatened cold wave that did Conservatory which puts forth such

and laughing b'ue .,...;O..ler Chris- Bon h. It will be located- the corner the days of our early ....11oo4.I. !I not come; put conslJerable lettuceon !good work. It Is a treat which few

Looiaille&NashviIleR.R.EST Hanson, a pretty, robust babe, la a of Valencia and fibers streets conclusion we have been accused the market from the McIntosh growing dtles possess.

pretty trimmed cart; and a number and will be a three story structure, of being traitors and rebels. ..et"tIODatc'| / would not have been

of others: were commented<< upon and the first floor being a level basement i What were we unfaithful top We I rushed off for a time had It been WILL ITTEPLV FIGHT

admired as they passed and repl..... This basement woll be enclosed by 'I answer to a misconstrued agreementto ;:otb.r..ltfl.Fruit and Produce Newsi DISFRANCHISEMENTProminent
LINE TO brick The upper stories wi'l be a perverted constitution Ever
I Presumably the smallest and youngest I I I
baby presea was Helen F.Hugh- frame Bowling alleys will be Iocs'- rue have we been' to the higher purer ,II i Major General' J. Clifford R. Foe- Negree Gathered te Discus

Birmingham. Nashville. Memphis! es. laugh er of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. of ed these on the will lower be a f oor swimming and at: pool the ,rear the ; and finer po'ltlcal prtnctp'es of re- '1 er Adjutant General of Florida, ..ei j Important QueetlenV"s

Knoivllle. Loolivtl'e. Cincinnati Hughes and posseting all the dimpled pnbllcanlim and forever will we remain 'ompllDI"4 by Colone' J. W. Sackett
I dimensions of which will be 60x21I '
8 Louis. Chicago aTl' points 'ore'lne' which It Is possible for a The gymnasium ...11' also be on the so. We rand today as In the'1 commanding:' the First Regiment of' h'nftoo, D C Jaauarv 21 -
I I : days by ready to line In tcfan"* and Major Tacoh Gambia. :
I young lady to possess.A "'flower Poor and cover<< s spsre of 3Si gone up Nearly': thre hundred of the moot
front of the hosts of the earth for Pr commanding the Ar.1 i !"-v Corps.
good amount was cleared from by 27 In addition to the twlmmlnc prominent men among the nesros of
i ,
I :he ale of cakes, and lemonade beside pool they will be shower bathe. tubs and In drf>ne of the h'Htare our myth' Sta'e Troop l left ait night this. country are assembled In this
fathers won on the tells of the old for \\ ..hlne 011 to atten haentdS 1'1. to a''en a convention whlrh
NORTH AND WEST ., the neat sum from the admission and everything. ; per slnlnz to the bathA
charge of ten cents' eachVbs broad stairway ..II I )lead from the Xorh 8 area Vlrrlnls Qmrzla; andStith r'ir A'.vL ncton to attenj the annual' wit\ open here 'h-'i afternoon at 'h.
Route of the Famous tourist train n\cn' ?,n of 'the Interstate National .
('Iroh"f' cam* of revolut'onnrv Me'ropoTlan Chirch The conv-n
\\ er's Unabridged doesn't contain bar ent to the second' floor The
.. sufficient mutable; adjectives toratlifactorilv : gent ril' club rooms will he on the second .|rf! and ran not I I'I ''I rhanre onrnn'nre" guard Aniiclatlon The. oH\"erill "on lu< ben rallerl for th. purponf '"
.
"CHICAGO AND .- pre.ent .'0-0111'' the conven- *
1rnl..lnor .or ln"' he treafm-
I describe this- the Miami floor sad a great ,tiarloii b.1 1 I
Baby SlIo.'or W8 ...1'1 extend the length of the hulM- The Cg was made bfcr Mrs fl i I..n "hir1! .cniuinpn In 'he Arlng''' arro'lf.! 'o 'h.. co'orirlare. .. In "taq..A
FLORIDA LIMITED I ''n Store Wa'hrg-rn at in o'c ockntni.rr ."
Souvenirs of rattles and ball. were Inc The fUrs csl1 for rut InisheI I T Gmm''ne' : and< war """'I't,1 rree'tnn rapt I' .1 n
!. m< r'' m They w. rf 'o II-'rinrh'.- '
then o the entire nnmber of eon wal's. The resd'nr. reception antclub I 't! to he hnio'p and 'r"H'tired r. .d t
hiv '" n are on j'nnl"! M I(...enful s.. Ir. the amt'h, a r, ,1. I I.nth
1. :
will V orcunlm of Imllur
a'so the Ire
pptanti In al about flft,. ; room he nrsted on any a na
Char .s M Dincbam. of the berdr? 'ht' 1 Z'
torr
,i Those registered were: ocond Poor Ralconlp wtl overhang 'tireThe .. rand F orlla, Infantry bn'n\ B ne '11. r Inr..I' r" '''r_ .", q,,,,... .
Elizabeth Lummui Crosier Sewell.O. ; the slmm'nK. ; pooi and form s prorrsm was nclnleil' hr nn .
Onlv so'ld! purmn train to tb. West hum "'H mat "'Il.'h't 'e'1n..1: andru'i .. .. 1Ir 1 lepr'" ., .1, ,,' h, 'v't 'n'The .
delightful: lounging: place in sedition! \ vl, lr b,'
> ;oilnche.ter. Her low Griffin M Hon r..rlWnr evn '' ..
njtine R
with ObeervoUon Library and n"-< S' o@o ci Rev S I I '.,'h. .
I Halfred Challle Chester LeyJChr1 to being s point of vantage for va chIn ihlrh the life nf lee wsn en'oI'rr .. tics.
I ,
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Dining Car. "h 3 t'h !9 rho
I 'laB9on.aophla fortune FanJel the poo' On the third f onr a pnf ,) and a spler.tIr' Mhnte piM' ---- 'h. Rey n I "ro' t>.." 'r..f".
William H. Houston Harry Tatt'e. OUt lecture hull and two clan room.I b'm .. a man ant 1 ty foMIer!
MrV M Rm..n.u "" .l''n" \1'. I"hll"rh P
1 n wentIn I 'r"t"
I Sarah Florence wTl be located These wl'l be ..Jlvlrt R>-frp>hmrnt amf.nluhe: tool\
Dorothy Dorothy o the .ool I. near Tltn.Tl'le'. S"'I f...,,rv H Ha" 'ns'rnr'n' n 1 1i
leaves St. Aamictlne 2 n a 111. dally Marnare Brown Hannah ed by folding loon which can beopcnM : were aMndsntli .TM",, and at a late
rrendry.lx i iI. i ., .
.. nrr'a and' Mn Brown IIn.1 Mark In H IWT I T n".r'I'T RnoI
s1 th three !
Leaves Jackaonetlle..1:30: a.m. dailyArrive. rooirs convertedInto hour thf Il'br'allnn t"mf'' ctoe. .
to
ul Enloe Helen F each Hnches ( a him ". '
sere del""lfh'.1 l 0 nee rf'IuraItb I Ion I \Va'K'i-"n 1r".I.
Chicago .(:.10 pm nee day I Virginia Stnrvebord. Harry Miller.Lfmts one tor pedal. orcai'onsIn I he. cotmepntn of opinion being; that
of Hie! nt 'he 1'"lor.
bK i hat p ump nnall If pent men rare arcin
addl ion the .
Arrives St Loan 2 1* pm next day I Johnson Frederick Reid.Marion ,I there will be to s'eeptng public srcommodatlons rooms.I ,' 'if had! been the most .""('IOuful com- It were not for the law Mr Brown I *'"n '.n..* an i iS wt", 'tea I" "r .........

T-ouph sleepers a no operates on Richardson. Cecil' MI'ls Robert Ood | for transients' and permanent memorat'on n f he blr'hdiiv: of General 1'01I' keep tome of h's "''.ml frlendi ..five 'h. ",
A t' L. 1:05: p. m train.: Jacksonville -I bold. Louis DeWItt Brows Edward members of the club.! Provision Is Robert' E Ix-e ever he'd In Miami we'l 1 '1I1'1"ledIth qua I The )I,. ] 'ah',. la't three -I"- PrevljentRoovevel .

to St Louis and Chicago.Ask Robertson. Addle Ellsabe Bowar I made also for a kitchen and dining; and by these. patriotic orgsnltatlons tic >>hr nee will nine la Jackson ,* has been Inrt e I to i
for tickets via L. ft N. I Jollaa KewBold. Marti D.MinerJtuby! I I hall The "'ab11 enjoy all the rife\ this Frldsy evening and )lr. I .'| bit It la doubtful

For Information as to rates to all 1000&''... Gnsrfe Doar.... Margaret i I comforts to be found st o her social Brown wl'l be on han.l to walk the he-r. .. \1' .be able or willing to

potn'i Nor h and Weet, schedule I rfforJ. EJsworth Broward Louis Rob clubs The first ee Image of S2SOOO G.J. f''or. who wii con nee'ed with burning lands. Bv: the time his Ms '-- .o Among those who have "been

,.. and fu'l lafonaatton. call ion any ticket ertson. Edward Pepperd Hate.! Ros- |' 11'11' It l. be'leved. fall far short of the Plckert Theatrical Co., fe'l dead sonic brethren have "put him througa a' "e I Io speak on he. suffrage qa*.-
agent or | a'le Bachus Jessie L. Green. Louis : the requ'rements No doubt when on the state at DeLaad Pa of heart h'. pace." he .\1' not feel like going "'."m 'n 'b" *o'''h *...{,!*. the eonT .

CEO t HERRING | W Wagter. John Edward StoJdard.Hiold line building Is comp'ete.1 snd equip' disease 'sst week. He wa a sufferer quail shooting In the woods of Bre- are several Cn'ted States 3--i

\ Fa. Pass. Art L. A N. R. R. Profs. Mamie Lee Canter I ned double this sum will have been from heart trouble and Just before vi-i cnun y tomorrow. East Coast nrs s"a memrs of Congress from

, JarksoavU':e. Fla. 'Mary Vll'ernre. Harry Tristraa F"",. spent ''the firs set expired sullenly. Advocate. STO Den States.THa .



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THE MIAMI. METROPOUS.FRIOAY.' JANUARY M, 1ft*

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MOURNING CUSTOMS. ; TORTOISE HELL I DEATH i OF r


...... .. tfc. WtAeWa Car sad Hack Mie .... lolall .< II I* Mate std

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The euatoma of mourning it practiced "CellukHl make time belt Imitation J C- HOUYi

la vartoua parts of tbe world of tortoise .beH." say.. a manufacturer Have visited Sewell

eeetn at Brut Bight to have little relatk "It ha* the requfaute hanlneaa aid 1 you

ter and approximate no closely to 111II-1
with earn other or with the Inward '
whirl ed real shell that. ultbjutfh I have
grief they are nn oi j
to tJ"plfl"pt by the exerclve of a lit died lath 1..1001. many year. I cannot I ,...
The Macon Telegraph. of last Sunday
till from another
alwayn one at aglance
tie patieuce many reM-Uiblawe to.y'i'I I Kliei the fo:lowing detail. and I
Of course I can do ao by Bros.
be dltcoTered among them The WK! particulars of the death, of J. C Hoi' Enlarged
totting clooe Inspection The
a I
OWf' rap for exit pie. date fact tn %'. of IV-.T1.I1: in that citlait.
to iluniiitninh, shell from .bllll'l Sa-I
the dar: of ancient Et3pt tgtptlaumm i;rilavA : I
time can only be ."
apiwarunce
abated the lieard awl be,,.l at atuLcu death occurred at th \\Mlhiirn'i
of Tbe ly year of eiperknce In baudlmfboth. I !'i -e resterdat\ mornlnc hlrh had
ni >nrumg w"tin" u. in

lead of cutting off It.. hair i>*.',."ii-l' I: ';ll the 'f'm..aIA of a mortal Tragedy
It If a r"nip" Time Romano. wh.i "TLe pHmlpal, way tn which cello ")Ir J C Hoi v of ||..n..r Its | Shoe and Clothing Stores?
bold I In mealed I.I In Its *n.ce|>Ubll IT hal I ben In Macon .In.,.. !Ia.<.mlnr Jn i
were a* a race clean. .b.\..., ,bavii'tbe .
to the Influence of heat Hold a i-el .Ia.1 I van aehedub. .il ,10 l lno for Smith _
bead la mourn.ng and wore a wgf : luliud ....11I10 In your' hand and the .beat I Vlejlco .eaterday| af.mo.in. 1110, wife
Ibe black loud on ttM .1....'" it- i
| of the "hotly will ranw the teeth after | "U to Join him and nccomprnv himNn

aim of mourning ronien to u. from the n few n.ollwutA to give a trifle. and | Hilly arrive t In Macon from Hoi

day of cnlvalr The lady ilml a s-inx>n, and 'vrerlay 5 I

or uapklu a. the' Lnmlkentmf. n .i- I irk tint yon will otMecre lu realHhi niorninz,; Mr Hoi r .n..il in her'

railed about the arts of b<'r lint CM t .II. Tortoise l shell will not bend un j arm from acne j>n.'uinonia. Thl

If he "'u.1110'1 In hattle tbe worn Die k.. tul>)ec1ed to heat at the Inlllng j morning the "her. .,...1 ..om.n11\ ac

bfnd In memory of b m. : point Tb;re htToroJuSe; a jresjjllfference ninipant the remain_ luck to. Hol'lt'

Black lu* no long' l len tbe color of !In the celluloid f'ml'Io.J| Tu I! ter..hich she 1. f' 'three da. < tfoMr '
Holly came to Macon on December
gr.f lu Aujto-r-axoii couiitrif that It'! manufacturing cowls. and some of the
W registering; at ,b.'IlhuMl
ee u.. |I"rt of time upside down < it" i i cotnba that are put out ender tbat !
I
!W
house He wa* aunt terra old.
1U. I uu of tU ea.t that Japan and name are not entitled to the He appeared friendh 'Large; hearte.1

< taa: wear wblte Hot no lunger Uun Lien when the celluloid
h/: i' d..lrn..1 and free handed I but not Inclined o
thin ti time of Klltabeth I the highest grade It then abouki be speak of his own affair "bong a certain .

luute y.rjof Scotland wore whiteon ed from three to twelve point He raid that hi was on

lice death of Itantlev E: '-eo now der that there may be no danger of !tahrinklng" : the war to South Mexico where he These stores are the largest and

the brarce uned for children t. white, -Jeweler" *' Circular .... going to buy land and net ''e for

aLl ID England tbc mourner at fuDC he rent of his life'. and his wife would

>al. of unmarried .bOrl', kiln him In Macon then goIng
young persons A JAPANESE LEGEND. the South
most up-to-date stores in
wear hatbau.li and aaabe: of .blte. on to Mexico together He madefrequcot

A queer IL gfl.b cuitom IK that of Tk. Girl rt.h ... Ik. e.!... ..rI.. mention of proper lea which
te wa* dl poalni of In Florida. In theway
decorating the black hearae horse with I rkMhL

loot fate. black tail*. They attract DO Most Khtoto abrlnea In Japan hare a I, Early of lanJ this. week Mr Holly gave You are cordially invited to visit

nor notice toll a street ID Liverpool ftory Here la one which la told of Lbs I notice that be would !leave for Mexicoon

than 4o the black Beta ....s ID this leading shrine of Cbouhl: A travelerwaa Saturday, saying that his wife -

country to cover the horaea. I. entertained tn the borne of a rich would join him Friday afternoon A' these stores and look through.

A great many sensible. people protect I man A daughter of the boat fen ID this time he appeared to be atlll 'In

that wearing token of mourning la a lore with the traveler, who did not robuat health and It was Dot until

barbaric atom that ahoald be abolished -I care for her becauae abe was ugly early Thursday morning tba be was ...

or greatly modified, bat whemtea Being under obligation to tbe family, taken with a hemorrhage of the luaga.

and grief actually com Into W.Isdlvdtal be could not Ignore the flifa lore, ao which laid him on the sick bed from

lift one diacorera that there be told bee that be meant to drophimself which he was never to rtae Doctor
Spear and Hlnkle were called In. and
tbe next day. rime decided to
at a atraAg. aabtl ttaeM ID gtoomrfaroeata
from tbo Bnt lltt'e hope Holly
gave
oe the aame and did it. Tbc traveler
and that they anawer to tbs
I did not notify his wife of hit Ill-
eU. of tile soul for alVmc ad asps raft up the tdea-tf be ever bad It sea and seemed to have muttered all

nth! *. One of the god changed tbe girl Into hit itrengtb. to live till the arrived

a Ban, and to tbla day the fiabermea of lira Holly reached Macon at S

ODD DERIVATIONS. the town often aee that particular Bah clock Thursday afternoon the

ID the water near their aborea. Borne- brought the personal effects of the
Sewells Shoe Store-Sewells
Store
O..a... IIWerF as tkw wY_- times abe la caught m the net, but aba family Is three\ large trunk" and a Clothing

.. qtvttratoM. __ la always reverently returned to tile packet of notea and deeds She dip

..\9te" ). a word with a rortoM hiatorj ee*. A abrtoc was erected on tbc bin mounted from the train and came

To the Romaa a "rotncj" was a above the town and dedicated to the eying areas to the hotel eager 304iTwelfth St. 306 Twelfth St.
excited to meet her husband 1Iar-1
aoienia pronlM mad to a 4ei<<7. From memory of the gift Bah
the parlor wai me with the .
tba aoiemn promla' lta sif tb* maaiog Before starting out to nea tile flaberaaen '
I which bat romp etety prostrated
of "Totam" gradually beam* lbe go to tits abrwe to pray for food i a.eIt.n: her dlatracted.be remained 1

prayer or IntcAa* wish that accompastd I' met and In their absence tbs faaalllea I at Hollv'i aide .'! night and when

the promlaw and the any Ipteoaa 'I continue to Invoke the favor.of tbc god he died at 11 clock yesterday morning -

wish wfaatercr t. far tkc dcrclopBM I A storm at sea or abaencc of food hark wltbou' having been able to utter .

t procvedcd ID Latla. and "rote" mean that the Bah god baa bean offended a word from the time of her arrival Sewells Tailoring Establishment

passed tat EDCllak with tile aam and mast be appeased by apecUl She fought: against the removal

enac. \\1Hta BCD J. woa wines of olfrrtDp.-Cldral'O of the bodv to the emba'meri' and

'puNIC' roteato beam be meant not wildly refuted to hear contolatlon.Mr .
*. Hol y li ao over maw neetlnf reaoltitlona, "t prayrra. PANTS AND VESTS.
has refined feature I. frail and i:Uht I
finally "rote" acquired Its present
.D.lI. troub'ed with a D.lwees
teaujkc.: the formal and emphatic expression Tke DlffeeeBe Tbe. asdTvonset.

of a wish, while the old sew .. ... .....-- cough .
ImmedlatelT on Holly death' at
remain with Its doable Tow' Why do the trade Journal Ignore the '
'
II IS clock, telegram,; were sent to
That opmmork bag tor abovpUif : wordj< nt.." and what la time differI .- )1,.. Hol'v. fa her at Holllnter to a

railed a retlmle. fpta' It. name directly I! ence betweentrowner*" and "troo- friend named Scott, .'ao a' Ho llt.>rand .

from the IatiaTetKtjIam.." -little aera" and between "ve t" and "walatcoat to two brother of Holy at Ml !

1I.t" Popularly bo.'ever, the word laaupjHMied '. ?" ..k a <-o-re.ii >Jent of time anti Mr* Ho lv remilnet at the

to owe Its exlutmce to the Clothier and. !'uni..itrr hotel sod thl* momlng: will|'| art bark 1 = LEGAL PAPERS FILEDDeed !

I. < that "when an EuxUnbwuman tUlteJ I Taat" la au al*,r>-\ litlon of '"pat wish: the ho.lv to Holll. erAt
w
IM Brat l'arl ...1Io1hltiuRIt 11 bet taloou." a O 01. .. upiu us bytbe a late hour la* stab a ,its oeoeo. 1 i iI Does baking powder
1'recL II. '.::. i .. ",. rrcrlfrom : patch w-.. r.rel.wl| from Miami F. I I Carrie R Tutt'e and nutband your
lithe lag ID her hand the ParUUiu
I tt-- I"I .u, ':< ;11"h..,.... I dating tha' J. J. Ho'hI broth of |1'0 Peter Ravenna! for ".125. lot 4.
crieJ RiJktlie': The EIIIfI.b.'uI1.IaD.IIII.uaJ..t.u.1wlf ; .
actor I.,,c t '!. .' e't.. b't na III the dead n;an hal left for Macon and F'I Park
the vsilauiatiun.; la dcGuelt-.' m' in .:.e :mi of SU further tha he deceaf I ".. wet. I Deed H E Tuttle ant wife to contain alum ? Look upon

aid to nave tuougbt It" the correct I """ !:J "T:" ..",, A ul.iEn I known and h zh: ,< ropectel l through. I II I Peter Raverha I for f 1 US. lot I, Fort
translation of little bna and return
that section of Florida
:z!'n't c ,1"1" --1 '!h. t ''t' 'urn' I oul Dallas Park
rj tu ..akUad callinf "Ii -etk-ule" I Dal'sa Land Co., to Jai. the label. Use
whiter u t'i":, 'or ': T ,n :1 1.2; 'VicetIs heed.. Fort only powder
it j.jf.ata clam that t..- phrs.e to Howarl. for 111000 loll 1 and 2,
I > Sot
nn ai">r< T i'tom f \ fut ALLOTMENT OF INDIAN In.
"
"New.. Like a top row u from 'be other .p t II.. .'r S It 'ina Mock T, )dlaml.Sal.fa'tI"D .
French domilr' costume one tanpe" to I LANDS COMPLETED of mortgage E. CR whose label shows it to be
trf-vx it 1" Ln.i'; i:M r_ I 1:1 Ins line wbkHTt !
sleep. like a UMMC It U M d. to .. that .-, "' >mfh to C Wei'ercranj
(UHiereUa'a alii| ,' f alMr 't. forkGenteel \\a blnzt 23 TTi.- final I
I .rtr. m t'al''f y 11 January -
ajlaca. but of Talr the old l-Y-m-b .. I painter Fertl l tier Co.
nr.) 0 .of"I of the commlttlon of tbefive made with cream of tartar.
word for ermine, which In time tie- tame I report I I Warranty deed S. Brlnaon and
dwlare to bvnls.r clvlIUfl Indian tribes In 'Indies ,
"pants"
ustff for $S9/ .
corrupted Into "veer,. CIa.-a.k'O I I wife to Oeo W. Bennett !
New : tboucb It and "piutnl'XHM": and Territory covering the Fiscal! t'arl/I'6! half block f9! De'rar .

"restt b.<>.e il.. ir .p'o,a In trade and ao i I when the 1I1.'f'aof I Ibe commUt'cnofflcUih !1. SatUfactlon of mortgage D. O I II NOTE. Safety lies In buying

receive reoouuiti, \\ .end the matter : ended, hit: been submitted | Hans to Hattie Mitchell. et alWVirrantv :i
.
The DVaver T ...
with another quvt.itk from Uolmea: I to the Seen :aiof the Interlcr Ts* .1....". W. I. Metcalf et
No carpenters chisel. can do more efferdrc report cavg that be commission! haaM'f'Omp'l'b"d 1 only the Royal Baking Powder
G 1UM for flOO rut na fI ,
work than la turned oat with Ta* thine named "pant In certain doer the parpoM for which ax to D ,
et'.w14A I lot S. block :3A We.: Palm Beach
ewe and neatneva by the bearer'ftouch. It was created. though ouch tblngtai : which is the best of tartar
word act. m.4* bar t.atlss but Warranty deed XI t,Ham and N. E. cream .
Thla U time prtDctpal tool wltb' "pto' I final at ottnen of lano -. Ul,. I

wtkh |abe. patient, clerer builders I laalppl Chorkowi aid al otept. hunbaad K. Hot;fo"133R lo Celeite ten acres Lovrnilne In section and 1 1I J baking powder that can be had.wife .

roaatrwt their dania. She outer anrtf9 Earls ..rcnlai tale.. contest .Pea matt go on far a coo..1J..rall'o .
I 111. tp 31. ion:h range 41. eaat
There were bargain oaks even when i I timeThe .
of tile tooth 1* a acale of mybard Stortgaedrel E Ptypman blank

eainel while tbe body of It U of i this country was ID Ita early youth I l commission! hat negotiated the of Fort Pierce for P
softer Heatine. Aa the softer rb- 1 bat moat of the bargain offered were I Ichoice agreement for the tribt-a! to he dli section 3, tp :!. south rang 41

atje freara away to a.. tl e rot of t IoU of saves to be disposed of I o'ntlon of the IrI'1KO' ernmeati sear

the tooth take a cnlwt-IIke bevel lear at the old slat mart that stood at the and the the transfer of land tltlea from I Mortgage deed. Wm Hagg and to 1'.. A. Fu com for |50. lot 1) I To i&tify You- Complezioa
tribe* a* communt lei to the In .
log a tk;a, slightly projectlnf else of toot of Wall atreet In the New Tort wife to Bank of roM Pierre for $' dlvldna' Indian The
bard enamel aa all.", *a any carpenters Oaaette of Dec 24. 1767, one of the great: difficulty commltilonexperenced in makingthe Itft .('-... In ...('Ioa 11. I tp :3:<. mouth ('rop 1 l.f'n. A. P Hodges and wife "n' 7'. ....

toil, trash few time ollntnue: The large sinv. boklen make this announcn. roll. .1I.I>IDI..v correct owin .tinge: 41 eat' 10 E. O. Pain er Fertilizer Co. I

thin acile. of enamel fire keenness ..cLtOermao : to the peculiar' i tea of Indian no- wed F R. C Railway to Frank Mort,ae' ,leed H F. Scruggs toE MADINOLAA

the IIOnl'l' den*::ie "u;>pllr. .tmjzJi. Sure. For .....-T. tw di.posed .- 1 menc'atnre. mar' III" with white. (" ezo for Silo .ten acre In >ec,Ion I' Romfh for IJOO. lot S. block' A kNiguALID CAUTIPIta

and tbut the combination! farms a for ut th r. Oennu cerrajit. Nor abaker i etc Tbe Chociow and Ch'ckea s. ip 4fi south range/: 43 n.t.I N;%. M.amiB .
mld We tool wbicb actually sharp.-ue kx trade >,n* a butcher and thtrthrr natlo-n bad: ft2l': sppib'nnis:! for entolrr I Mortgage I deed. Geo gweetlnf to ,:I of 9a.. W L Watson. rarely I' ..., -' _iI..tS2 .

a laborer "vy are tndiwtrkxi I Sinter for III" I-I of 'r I good: In I'ore forme- open'
Jrhn T r
ftaeK '' n : Cherokee 4U Creek p
by a&A fond mri. wlMMw h.oot, .... bei tried
of \\'.'.tI 1 s'- 'chn<>l Imn B-o< to, III lor-
std 11.m..m. ;'r had oa mwmabHterm 10. in,1 emlDO ), ot I .q'lar:1 c" Key
mitral. Inq-lrv el tr< pttntrr hereof O ,f 'bl< 'ota' of j,9:6:: Indian alas I part if lo' 1 square 1! Ken her ondderation 11 412 so .. .
seer I r92! men enroled or :-ntlflel\ I 33 \\ .t al.o l 101. J W :in.I R containing f.rModel'. land ("0. ',> II E'ttcer '.
'crated ID Malacra
l I'
A queer fiftlral k > Tinopenoia I is suit. G....... 5:; r fmoil or litmlir .t. and II15 1"*> acre :n ," -t H tp S"i .., .. fur I210 25: acre Ir sec

every < j '" tele years Tbe proprietor uf tbe dry good store al.tlu 1 ..<. .' I MTU! .< 1 Ont .n i 111. range 4!. .. -1 lot 1..e p 4*. tooth range 43 ,UII

; of ifestival U sitroal.ael bea I bad proMieed to tbe milliner who o' he to,' 13 525"C erne of UT I Iu" it tp ">" "Mith range 4% rant I '. ..r c aim Awl. Michael O'.ar to

grand pradFMMM. In whit huge pile owned the eatab
of eatables take a Urge ahare At o-ted 11)754 JtT acre mire 42 eaut containing (4 arre non .1 tp S3 south range 42 eat

end of tbe third day the viand tt..1 I.way W |' in na.le county: a *o cchoooer Mt Quit e aim deed"' Michael Our to Y .
"But. Mr re.'ptmap" abe aakl I I Ipr
burned On the Lot orra lon tbe
Vernon and Two Brother Thom. A. and Edward A Hlne for
-rm not sure that lUke well
of food were placed In a specially roIII 1 I you >I' A MODERN MIRACLE I i fla' 'ictlon of mortgage: H, C X11 I ten acrti la section 31, tp S3
enough to marry you. Let na be mere
atmcted boat which was towed oat In : Ol".n 10)1 E Relll i an h range 42 'litarran'y .
| friend. aa heretofore
tea and there connamed by got together y | "i *3rt'l'1flf mortgage Fort Pa' \\ deed O. W. O'Neal and

with all the coutenta. A large nm |'I TVe can't Ulna \lrlbben.. be *aiwered -. "Tra',. mlrtcn'out teemed the reroverr 1.. R 'o R"JMo'ba..ldlr..11 I wife to Joa ph Branham for I24Slx .

of money amounting to ereral tboa- ;, through hi* aet tf'f'tb.n.r.. of Mr )lo'I'. Holt of this anl t hT''indV. I. \\ Illon receiver T. "Iow'* aubd'VUIonWet

sands of dollars, was .1Ibe<'rlhl'4. largely {I I b) no frtendihlp tn trade You will like place.- writes J. O. R. Hooper I> ,'!. F F C Railway to Elgarlo "- -; B o.fh w1W.rstAby

I me well enough to marry me or IH add Woodforj. Tf'IIlL..b.. A'tl, err 1'3: fire In LJlbara!
ID BiBgapnre. for the proper obaerroce was to waited A aer p. w. teed of roan III..p. R
of the fecttraL I'I', a mailnery! department to my atorkrCblcago by coughing up putt from her -' 2t '" "I I ou'h ranrr 40 ass N'ion to M d'l 1 Ua ('0. for t20ny '

Tribune ,, unga. Doctor declared her end to i <; "'\1..1'1 of mnrficare PadeCo > friti .t'on :1)< 'p M south NAONCLA It (..,.

The r..l.l .. ,.,_, II I : near that her family had wivhedby i' "Irr: : rn. "> lime* H rttce :* ..a.t1'Anrsntr Kiuadcd Iamb to wmsvsleamleti

Henry If I were a young man like '{I Tne __ I her bed tide forty eight noun.; H< tt I d el. J C Holly et at puBfict, Ua, ta&rvikaB. aV. r patti coIUr
I
you and expected: to bare to make my Magtttrate-M you admit ha tint j| when at 'an. at my argent request :v: -tiN' 11 !'.n El I Wal.-eln to BenPv "o.f J "oy: fir ':1tC' one acre in /reo maLb w.dt--'a -r

own way In the word some day 1 : been engaged tn making counterfeit : Dr K hC'' New Dltcovcrv was given tft : '.c-n! t.. p 4' i ,n'b range 4. tans atc, ill rwory 4&rv L.av. me
money' (Prisoner t... your honor her with the toiIVBg noflU't tilt rate of t.ortguo. M ami In eaut. BcaihT
aLa silt
clear sad
akuuld try to 81.817 UPPDC'OID

', Tou see, the apply of the genuine article Improvement began and continued I vc' 'i i n' Cc I.> J Al Dean fIt am \ \\_ .!iced J C Hoi y et uxn bujty et youth Eoaonad the
by aaada.
wlttln Income
qty I. to "f'r'J.bort.. antt! the flnallv (,(\IrI'If''v re- .v r.I'. 'rt-I I Ma"tie Mlchfll to J I !'. 'nfar't' 2't a-r I ..
"Fitter It 1 were aa rich aa you art P. ,.. C. Cattfor, 115 ot J bk : u j* fttJLt sad J1UX) at all kadtna
ered. and I. a healthy woman today er 6:. p t' 'flU h 'rote cartt'rrantt
ant* bad onlv cue on I'd try to bring; : n "w'o i.v'i'i one' <' Pa m Beaten't'r'tace kif saw. or by.mod PHfand by.tiomsal
hlH.t.<< Jnarantcol cure 'ir routes aol co xis 1 1i '' e'! .I! !II :.'um''o
ki. ihcome a* to hi. expeaes.-lei .t I, idnna K Ilea*horn \..
fl.. Keenly ha an awfully sharp '. cfntf .n,1 1 f on .t a" Jrng; I. F Rt 'ter ''.r 17*.' o.l t Toilet Co.. Part, Tea.
Tribune to Florence S. Be.iowtS.
rags tl'llCU. ltg n't .he!" Trla bott. free I ''' -\1\ I. I'IY1.. w
..I*r..o ft mor.;a :e. F orence
I "I abouki ay sot 1Il"-rJt moat or -- -- A" rf "I H. '. m TvcV Co 'n
'
!I r ion., C "" .-I'orn.
rra
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A Saco (Jle.i Corlrt! baa been raining her rrteDd off bit Hat wltV*." Hca V P HI I 'wbo lverprom \. .r .men: C \. !:nnier' to P..'. ...1a'b.! ; I.r, f: 44 '.; sl') *i Dr anl I Mn J R Klppei' to

pond Itltet foe &e market. HI* pohlb '!i. 'n.n'1'kt"o'I. In the nor'h I i+ 1 b'''toi" :'1"1'1'v ("P ore 11 anl 12In C'l1: !'re. -r of M..1 I Haerr.1'r. "'-1IP'. ,n 'hi'* roe for a few weekjHf

ann by on feM tart yields tharean '* pleaaanteot way ,iv"''Uke cod ;her Mr F tMergiMtanl ." )' r-n'! ('ri' ''rA'i"r |'on ,' ,.... :.'IC..I.' \o lrtT2 "...- '> re nrnul. from a trio to Naaaua
of Woomt tn T> th- lt.abe .
a season nrng '
,. % ." *ay. an old gormand. **!. t. n i > e 'hin<-. "f 'ro. \\'a ra-n \.1 I Jo Frew ail wl' .. 'I 1.1 I < f .'.moire again .' 'b* Rut
height of the WW.OT t.>. ria I ly ) tten pigeon* with It and then eat the W E. March at the March VITaIt' I, ",'fl l o for 1'S ::0' 3 I OC;. 'o, -r 0 A r""r..r.o to-i.| -'.T I n r"'I''I 14'lo. where

want aboxT !'>Iitl bt', T p ,.-n< I'ead ('onatt. Secnrv ("0. for $1.01 'oe i' w.1 1 c''I' '4 ice': going to the ,r

prtc was $. per hundred 1 :. Mont Warranty decd.< Jo. T Fro ar "A ''t I c'S.. Miami nome .t Bradford. OntPAGIIIGHT


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