The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00391
 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: October 19, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00391
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOLl MK I 11 M'MHKU: 27. MIAMI, HADE COUNTY, 1'LA., l UIDAY, OT. ljr, 190J
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the Saginaw Saioon at the corner ol14th l

street and Avenue D. was lifted' LOSTI PRISONERSi 'I Sam Carey. withdrew his pees ol' "

Raged For Several off and deposited In the street Part i not guilty to a charge of grand larceny I i

of the cornice of the building wai and entered ODe of guilty fi< Boulevard "
Hour With High Vcl xity also blown off. Tb. damage to tll.atO'k I I' was sentenced to serve three month: I Flooded Over Ij
; ., /In the
will be considerable as the rain county chain gang and pay a Two Feet in
drenched and soaked everything: on one of |JO and costs Depth

the Inside. MANY MEN DROWNED GOT Wednesday afternoon
I COURT TODAYM. conviction
Stable (OotUpue' o* Stock I were* secured In the trial of W J. J

The McNeil 1 stable near the river i "Wilson charged with robbery, and

All BUSINESS SUSPENDED and west of Avenue D eollapsed.bury- I i Charles Jenkins charged with forgery

a Ing a number of homes and stock on and uttering a false. ...rl:1..c.u: : EXTENSION CRAFTS ADRIFT

.\ the Inside Fortunately' none of the i!Left Here Wednesday Night term w.s held yesterday on accountof
1 animals were killed and they were : Mackley Gets Two the storm

J extricated later with only bruises For Extension Superin-I Ie y e.n--a d Mollie I I Judge Jones and States At tome)
I Greatest Damage Wu Done Bye and scratches The Dew funeral car I Omweg John Jones .leave for Tltuavlne 'u i ;

'of W. H. Combe *: Co.. was la' th i tenflent of Transportation Two I{, night; where' the October term of the Royal Palm Deck Washed Away- '.a

Water. Wimdowa. Blown la and. stable and It saved five head of horses Days For Liring inAdulteryOther circuit court In thai county will U

'. Stocks Suffered Heavily.Sorez I from being killed the roof falling !' Rue Discredits the Report- ; Sentences- f I coavened next Monday morning I Yacht Klondike Carried HJ liUp ,....

upon It and being held up and off .. : .,.
the stock stalled nearby The car i I Reasons I I ia Woods and Others Were Drlves
.' ef the Buildinti D mace4. j I Why. Court Adjourned. I '
was only slightly damaged I STORM U .4,4 OF

"1 Mf"tho4Mt.Ift"h" Wrecked II i i I A tKKAKISH NATtTIYenterd.y'a k! A'hore-StQry ia Detail tTfc

Shortly after noon the steeple of i I __ I Y.

l' the First M. E. Church at the corner lID- I .

The se -.... norm In the historyof of llth street street and Avenue Much anxiety I* expressed for tie Owing to Inability to secure witnesses j norm was fresklfh la

of Mlani nd section prevslled yesterday O, went down with a crash Tbe safety of ,,*wa.loa crafts and workmen U eases sill\ pvuding and for many waya and an Idea of It. velocity I damage oa the water front {

:i i inning shortly after snldr I church building wan twisted and baly s | la the .keys, though official here this other morning cause. Judge (Minor 8 Jones l at times tan be had by the fact I troy 4 erday a corm I I. gut so Mr- ...;
adjourned the October
I torn The top of the steeple to that great trees that b.d stood the lou one would suppose tsar
{ / adverse oa >
eight In lIMo morning fend lasting opinions. \ re- term ct the
.11'1 the Presbyterian church was moved '/jeBtertala circuit court III and for wear and tear of all orms for years ''be trout being greater ban that '

:, UI I clock In the afieraooa ...- about eighteen Inches and now Inclined I port was current this morning thai [I. Dade cehiy sine die. and con'iaued I were uprooted and detrayedAlaog I la ti v* river From" Miller flab ?.'

lore there were any material airj j perceptibly to the easiwaro. I the steamer 8t Lade, .bleben all untried eases until the next regular tht Boulevard giant oak.. houne at Second street to the mow.M '.',,
term of
of an abatement In Miami and vt I-- At about Ue same Urns the residence here Wednesday evening with fifty Before court la March U seer grape and other trees were laid of the river dock are wabed away, *
of O. Duncan Drossier .thstreet adjourning court Juice I tw at5 driven
Natty the damage is considerable, on or more workmen aboard had cone I Jo... low and In other parta cocoanut and high on the beach and 't.
I between Avenues B and asssed sentence anon all coa- others .
C .
r swsmped
radon fibrous trees .' though aooe ( them *
were t l istea 1
down and all elated ,
practically every boons. businnse was blown off the pillar The house Capt defendants as followsM : two sevrrsl fet from the aare complete wrecks t

( block and other structure sufferingIn Is a practical wreck Mr. Brossier I Bravo had perished The report ....I' C. Mackley. living la open adult-i These condi(>D. prevailed throughout grnuna At the terminal dock more t,... ,*!

o.. way or another though the and family had left the house buts unconfirmed "1. two years In the State prhon the l'Oaa'ry all the ro.+A. bef nlittered half of the great shed l I., down rov- i t'
j I Relative to the Rue.uprtnttndett Mollie Omweg convicted! with Mack- j g
few minutes before the disaster,. report Mr erlng large '
f damage done and obstructed amount material and
greatest aaoovnt was with trees.
The roof of tbe F. T. Budge hardware I- of extension traaspor icy for the offease of living/In adultery > limbs etc. freight la the cards pile of tajn-
by waterStorm tlon. stated thin morning to A with him was given a sentence ber 1
I building was tore off and toe representative On arc "scattered, the whole pre e it-
".nala were cent oat Wednesday Interior flooded with water Ihelusj I of the Metropolis that the ,of two days Imprisonment IB the many houses chimney wer* lag a decidedly entangled
'. I-ucle '-0....,. jail II blown off. breaking at the roof and appearance\ ?
hut a* disturbed condition to the stock Is heavy 8 left this port Wednesday I 11t ,he. dock were several extrnii *
of. the elements bad been announced evening( at 7 clock and was seen .. Oeorge Gomes committing a crime crumbling to piece.. Tb. wind came ..m..ra. 'a number ol
Other Balldisgs Ifemagcd barge and
so frequently/ alibis tbe pan tenweeks I I{''' 10 p. m off. Ragged Key well underway .III"' ..ta",. one year In State from all four polet of the cumpis other 'r"ra. During the \
f rl.hl'I I The east combing of the priaorf a< one tnd tfie same time, great lint blo.v r;\!
mi bout anything m.l To..ale"I'l and with rtbID& In her fa- a lore bore anchoied
I to the
block at he corner of w J. \Mlson .heof rain and wind meeting' and north -,
lag the people had conic to look up- ivor robbery. five year of the dock broke
'and lath street. was blown off 'n Rtate. forming Into whirlwind that moorings. sad u.
on the announcements a. a matter of in m) opinion said )fro Rue prison I cjrneeventhing crashed Into the clip doing **'
minor Importance and lit.le or DOvieatloB gether with part of tbe wall 10-1 the St. Lncle could have found a .1\\ Simmon, alias Tom JelMns. below them It wa rable damage A coonid ;

a was paid to tie UK announcement 'top floors of thebuilding are vale: harbor either. among ArmnickerKevs breaking and entering with Intent to I these wind that did so much dim and klff( Sumner.. of sontoons .;.

pied by tbe Elks lodge and. olflc..11 or at Ceaser's Creek I know commit a misdemeanor. two ,eats In 'ago to chimney. towers. etc drives aihure were .mPf'<1 OT \ ,,

The wind began to rise about midnight i. of which suffered by wa er The I 'nothing of the report that she ha ,tate a prison (I' It was alto no'Ir..ble that but few timber, eu. along with floating. if
1 roofs of the bewell Bnrdlne A: Quarterman Charles Jenkins" 1 shingle roofs :7.
Wednesday and increased in been loat and according toe Information forgery and utterIng suffered unless the entire lMW.es' ew. Adrift
velocity until! about T ckx-k yesterday and other business blocks I have. received no fact will a false jvrlUnc. one year la the 1 structure was effected Tin 14'
II along ISth street and Avenue O. I Wbea the wind sAtf.ed the norhest : .
were >o -
penitentiaryMallle roofs
substantiate sustained the ,
morning webs It. blew a gate It the report. The tug most damcc and .
cam out of the northeast in puffs.1each : :damaged and the contents Ra"... robbery J..o years I II. there are but few la the city that es- excavators Nos I and 7. and %
the rain that continued -coatt..oi.-ra. II III barge No. 4. each having
oaf being stronger than the by efff'Ct"'l I I la State's prlaoa.Frightful .pf'clI.ja".. machinery ""'
ter the wind had subsided : aboard, broke from. *k*... m n.i. ......
rain -- -- -- -- -
former A driving greater |I '

beets of waterseeompanled tbswlad ,i! A farrow Kvcwpe I of capital the rail of Richmond and ibe extrsmo were driven other acrose side before tbe bay i. .;

soaking anu drenching every- The front of the P, ttlendorff Experience Extension 1..4( her from her husband hey !jI +
whom fetched
II up oa the shore and baaks.They .
thlng within its reach. Koois were building\ on Avenue D. was blown oat I a to meet again la ber wandering I are hard sad fast agrowad. bat {
torn and wracked windows blownout and the F. E. C. roundhouse and
Workmen in the Gulf of Mexicolector through the Southern forests are said to have sustained DUN damS
and Into the feats and openings ,car sheds suffered almost tonal destmctlen I only to be parted from him after a age .r
poured the water No;htng escaped It. 1 he court house dome few '
I days. he to be sent to prison ana I From the terminal dock south all
BsMdaeas HsiapeatdedTresm bad a number of panes! of glass blown she to shift for herself and her children tbe private dock and boathouse 3
'. were uprooted chimneys ,out and through the break the rain I I ,}
I Key West Fla. Oc It -The Italian W as \>esl she could agreeably to were wrecked load great Bsnree washed
torn off. wires laid In the streUawa- poured flooding and damaging the I I George Allen Is looking 1 \ after the limitation 4
ateamer Jennie. bound the comfort of the set apes her every la the Bos l.vard. this being especially
to menKWilBf
) lap and sheds blown away and In court room. The roof of the Uraa- movement by the I .a
connuerlng troops. aotieeable la 1
\ every other way the streets littered ger stable OB llth street was blownIn. Italy, came Into port this morning Crews__ I I the vlcialty of I_
I During the first yea of Mr. Davis Jth street Near> 19'h street and
4 and piled with debris. Business was a gust of wind taking a big pieceof !' with for-y-nlne men picked up In the Atllt: JO clock thin afternoon the Imprisonment his wife was not be Boulevard a large delivery ':
per- -
.J suspended during it* entire day. the tin and several rafters and depoe- smack Gary of the Florida r lab 4 I II wagm !
'i'itlng gulf These men were part of one : i mired to be with him. but waa pert wia overturned by the wind car- .;
41 meixbaaU and professional met baying them In Avenue D. a hundred 1 Produce Co which I t
j was cent flit this !
all they could do to look after !yards away In its flight the wreckage :'{ hundred and fifty who were In water I morning to look after the men.house- I Ii 'I i hhe minted second to remain year at with Fortress him Monroe during I ral ain.block etc. being scattered lor sev- .

tbelr stocks and offices.but eves then threatened death to a number of''I boat No 4 at Long Key and was driven boat and launche. camped off I' '
I lai I ,\\ Mouth of
they wen powerless lo stay toe dam-1 men workln on the roof of the DadeCounty out to sea by tbe late storm and i' Florida point returned to When this period of trouble wa River ;
port I minus
'; that being Inflicted, by Furniture 1 went to lover the couple went to Logland'where At the mou h of the river the aax-
age was ibef{ Co. It looked" aaI I piecesThe captain repo4that the men and bringing! the report that I' !Jar) schooner \
rain and wind I IIf the wreckage would fall upon them two other steamers were In the ( nothing of the entire fleet wa* toiii.leicept : the) remained"several years Novla stood
Traffic: of all kind was ..tIt.lld.. when another gust r-'wd It up and 'I same vklnlly,and Ill. presumed they one launch s.randed on the !i Returning to (hU coun'ry they Ito. blow *ncveifnlly. though the .riorthwrnt

4: .till. The schools remained closed carried It over their head .1.laeyiconsider 1 picked( a number of men U). but bow jetty at Cape Florida. up their resident r, Merapn.a. her< wind Mew her more Chas r

.nd no one ventured out About 1/ :' their escape mlraculoua many la not know I Mr A. H Adam. of th" I II | the) continued to lire on.il IS H ,4" hundred yard. loar'lI..r out la c
I I manager; he bn\ Ihe 1
; ockxk the wand died almost to .1!I In the Royal Palm ground a num'ber A. they proceeded on their coarse company here said \\e had when they removed to Btauvoir 8 atlon. Royal Pflm dock
an- _
). calm. and many though: the norm '' of tatel) cocoanut and other 1 I Mr. W. P. Dusenbury civil engineer I I jrhored off Cape Florida one i 'TV | :MIM which place Mr*. Davis h:ch ass wrioimly damaged In June .
.H* lomp'e ely .
'.: .t.a end In this they were dls-1 I tree* were laid flat lobs the large :: In charge of the work at Long houseboat used a.. a boii'our'open continued to call her oon.e d.-trotedi. nothing t
appointed and a few minu es later 'I green Noise wrecked' I the big hotel Key who Was the first mn picked. skiffs. and two small Mr Ikivi cteu *.. net husband. elnK I..r of It except the oBlchou "
I'I po"rI ,
e ard ihoiil flit ,
t-: the Mod rhlfled Into the nnrthwesi I withstood I out the amanuenli b-D he rote hi. IK I .101 the went
lappjrrntly! the blow with I IUP. gave following statement \bout and six men The Gary! rc- ; '
cline and Fall of rod of I the ,1wk h Id In place but :
the Coats.
i deriOovernnieni
: I
l. and came out with rewed energy I lilt I le dam.ltt' In the suburbs large : : ports nothing found but one launch ., .
i ef6g awash br ih, ht '-
I' was In this blow that the grostes. ,I number of houses are reported el I her [I II I "At 5 a. m. Thursday water boat James Crowe was In chance of Alter her hatband 'is Jupiter .
out (Cii .
R of the ,
| In 1he
death hl< h '1\; r realltlig
damage ass done .unroofed or off the block This I Isparticularly t, \0. 4 broke from her mooring .n<; crew. and .. llh him se-e Bert 1'hiteA onurrtd in IHvi Mrs .
1 I inert ih ''I he +' .mil,. .. :
\I I ; 'drifted Davis wrote nUOh'ru" i.nlic.8. .n' and 'irni be > -
The Wind KMliralrdf true In Colored torn, ncro s Hawk Channel' nn and Tom Mvnxen The o'hrr' .
'J Various ...Um.tn.are made the :,l: here many of the mailer homessuffered. fetched up on the reef Mil brokea eras In charge of Chtrlti'irktnaa.. articles!' fur neaapayers. not msga- \ a r" ten rarral 1 hisser hut atruihe ..
,, ... lIoII".r.1 :'fl ..'d.'
zin .I Arm fISt
I .
of the 1 lnd. Some declare .
velocity ay there and drtfttd out 1 1alb. n''ha, two with .
men him! DinesThe
'; taint; Mr Divl. for .... ... I '0. .. nenur tr-sew In the 1.1 ""Im( 'r
of ,
;. that it went ns high as seventvtwo'miles \rneered Building Huffered ]| gullflth the third set in ,t last rn-en of the men was ,' t,dneiulRt n a n* tu lihilvtd ,

::- per bout, but a ron..rva'I".1 I Many of the veneered buildings arecracked I i struck her. she wert to piece The : night "t 10 o'elm k i rohoiH in the :North most of the time( I '; nand III her 1II.nlhr by held' the ,
.11 In IrLrr and 111.1- .
the death of nlt the !ski '
iftt I|I.fl..r her husband Her'
f1 estimate would lie fre or Bitty and torn thus causing the one hundred and fifty men clung toj ,* they went adrift while the I' .. ...
) trl "r Ih' d's-I It .
; miles per hour. and //'hI. only in theheaviest I' Interior to be drenched with water,j whatever they could reach and drifted slot as. from the nor heat winter were pawed in :Ne* \ <>rk e ":. '10.1 liI'c. .
U times the situ and '' i II. and her ttirunien In New England' or : elI t well' on he wi. II hl" or the ,
of guest contents damaged. Among the b.I'.I..ly| for ten hours whenthev which event 'b.\ \ may be on the .

tlon looked critical and (hone bUIld- "".,'1..1 losers In this respect are E. : were blcked. up off the Txhaniaco'i't I lde of the b;>\' If ant th.hnte 0,1tMMlte .;"a In \\ r eternea \or kMate. lout 'b"ptrnll fiatwktir'ii.- ai.ntte.t'h, .' iurn ,.;.. '
ted no one to assume that hern 1"1111.f t1e 1. 'ti'- III r' l "
: lop and other structures that had U Brady. C. Hatson.. Iddor Cohen .
gore to sea and erld"ntlv .ben .
... .
"I. "" \.. Few:
-1.; in '111 ni> a
> ; sae lot' x in the you nlanj ;w 1
ba effected bv the northeas blowsuffered .
John Sewell. Burdlne *: Quar- )ire fhisffibnrv stated that at l Iran i' lost They were all on the houa.*.liou fine .
ti Ptlll worse lo the !last RuUd terman Frank T. ''forty men .killed when n, hough! many ot Der su ouaavt personal of h a.> t nl'r vnl' nt I ret-
Budge; occupant were the boa when last seen Their( D..fa ..".. rn ,,-,, tinny d..ln... e'i.
lags were drained roof sent bj ..lIdm.DY of Townley building.llendorf block !I went to piece the three cook notengineer rewn along! the beaih frlendbip were wish or'kcrn | ion .*' ;' t thu nith
at CIII' Inv L
i I a. < hi Kh"d, f' .
r Iwopl the .. 4| 'I r t. t'IClo..dtke '
window pines were blown Ins and e.rinna'hers_ It will tw Impo I being In the nnn her Cot, "Ida | | we. a .m.o. .. ,

1 If they hud bees thai much paper ...lhle to intimate the loss any hlng .1 Ilia: likia unH Jikl.k..n. buttxieeilo was l' was moored ,IIboo P1'p'
1. rP .n-t ..n' ,>f the hotel. din .
lv dlfcmt In her nh .
few ntood the : etpressluuul : "
it Mol' awnings preasureand like correc'ly for several days yet
the air was filet with fling tin The IOM to wlndoss, glaze I doors..1 u.xntoni n 'he blow' .-?I'II I I' "K>n IMcime -
DEATH RELIEVES MRS. DAVIS i Of her .It hiMrtn' \ilent to f'. a Hall thif Ihe
i ( but
lightUrks of timber tree limbs and etc. will aim be heavy. many of the our 'ur k
o her article. heaviest and most valuable plate Ulves This I I. Margaret llo..,II Dit.s dfx'k niu, .t fo and stet, K 'h.' vi"nl '.

w I ao.. :Mrs I. A. II..,..... the ... In It klrf he wrist Huhore and while
'j I During the first blow the front 01 (glasses In the city being; broken ..ltbb I ,
the Elnlg on 11th s' rert went the winds ,la banker of Colorado Shrine Colo there the dock give way and It and .1
garage er or debris Pylonagainst i
t-.I In. part of the roof was torn away tbeaiWire. OF ALL EARTHLY Y SUFFERING : Jefferson Davis. Jr who died several the craft were carried up 'he river -

sad a number of automobiles stored RwaVivd Hdly I )ear ago greatly resembled hlk the tide and wind setting them overto

: therein drenched Wires dangled In I Both telephone and electric light; I j i ,i father HI* death ... foil-.''* i that of M1as Winnie been driven lit the. river sad until It I"
'. the streets and the emers were Inadequate companies are heavy losers, !I
t to carry off 'the water, which log down la all parts of wt.-I. city Mr Davl was of :Northern .tMk.1 was two feet over the Boulevard and ;;.

.! !. many place stood over the sidewalks Forces of mea are at work repairingthe I SP.'ork.. Oct. 17 -Mr* Jefferson !he 1''Her grandfather wa. Rlcnard three or more over the Bricked\ wall
was du"al.d.t Over ihe latter
| a boarding who the Klondike
i commanded the :New J wentwithout
and flooded the ground floors )
damagesbat It will I be several
of stores and other building, Many Davl died lat night at the Hotel Ma : school In Philadelphia by private '{ troop In putting down the lint r i touching and nestled easilyon
r' days yet before the service<< of either j"'It'. in her eightieth. the .
year a* i teachtra at home Her the ground amid
mar hellion\( against the American .. cocoa nut and
j tl'ft'l. laid low limbs and wilt have been restored Many of 1 1I direct
] result of
pneumonia aided b) lage/ to Jefferson other trees So
Davy, a reiI I meat Ke was a plain: man of one was aboard and
leaves thoroughfares; and I, tbe 'phones and light
poles wereblown tbe Infirmities of old
: (dent
I age : of Warren Hall
county. Misilvslppl 1. Captain expected to
I i people descended from \\elh r-e his
premises down while others held I
I were have not yet been perfected ook place February 25 IMS : who splendid craft dached to
Nerond Blow SnerewtTbe jln n* settled I In Delaware In 1729 plvrenDuring 1
y place by the wires Last night .
-y. greatest damage ..* >f electe I the lull about t o clock be ".
announced that the
I Congress In November of the managed; to get to her
Children He and
himself became Oovernor with theassistance
the seroad of tll.I1orm.. that
pan or kerosene I
lamps being in demand In
of Mrs
body Davis will\ be taken t.Rldunand year but resigned the following Jun of Mr M R
which came out of the noe-h"'et residences I of New Jersey to h *i Kellnm and I,
I Va. fhursday night. accomp.III,4 -to go; to the Mexican War. from otb nlD .
kilo wa run
patenthad removed out astern and'he
when h. ,
r: The city ball bnlldlBS was one of tbeVrst Ctewsjlag Ip lade Way I
by the Immediate family which he returned Bounded yacht pulled back ( .
severely Ibe
wa lad of 15 .. Into river
to down la this Mow. It be ) .n.
; go: Today \
a general cleaning Is usder t .
up guard of honor from
tag blow from the pillars and seton I way The streets are being the Confederate The couple spent most of their time GOT Howell\ ... a Federalist ..1'' Double ground tackle war then pat ;i::
3 the ground U a reclining po..l. cleared of debris. merchants camp New York and friend In Washington from 1MT to i ice i the rannrhet kind and wb..n .. ..sh out and the craft safely. and ..nrre ..- .
are dryIng will\ the I
accompany body A delegation .
during which time Mr Davis .-.e.l Ington. fully wf'baond the blow froiii
pesos through T-enton the
Tlon A number of prisoner confined out and assorting rock and ; onhis
of New
York '
Chapter United two term a* ( nlted Sates 8.o.IorI.Dd northwet
New Fifty dollan sill
teased on by the Marshal ground Hardee floor just wer before re is preparing In demand to resume and In business few Labor Daughter of the Confederacy will\ one aa oecretar* of War Darin/( I .trioo: Howell made to a be dlvplay Inmzar ni I[ all the damages she .ni'.ln..J repair
a day practically also be In the .
4 the structure succumbed The buildIng all of the minor damages will party.Yrs. the four years Mr Davis was president i- I loyalty to its personal and political 1 I Iv1 I Other (raft. IMven tdxiee .

Is practically wrecked being have been repaired and of the Confederacy Mrs. Uslived s canGov.. llowel'! I led the :New Jer-1 I onsuffered the south dde of tbe rimsArwcc.. '.
obliteratedand Davis
was born In NatchexMsv. .
twisted and strained. Miami resumed her normal In Richmond sey troops during lie ocrlld 'whitg ,. the n-or a number of themthe :

About the same time the roof over appearance business William. Mar Barr 7. m. the daughter of The anxious mistress for four ion key rebellion" and led them Including _large yawn Smn >.. ...-
and Matgaret Howell ; years of the chief home In a I"aa' Kd .11'-1
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,: BUSINESS BULLETS the poftce a good living salary thtime THE DEMOCRATIC : IrII.m\ Richmond, of Eag-

The Weekly Miami Metropolis *. a* Is paid In nI'r, title and ,and says ,ihe world Is growing less
I I the elimination of 'iht. fee |in>vi"''n. b. "+titul Me has probably bex.nl .

-- i !Ituslnt i* ictlitn' Mere: Ideas ami'ncheme in our I until I Itwn ( h..r Hartle D, In about. Ihro'" ..,..k'r "n r'its- > \ ILK our f..n" adrrtUiog aye

B B. Tatum. President 8. Bobo De.n. Bee .TrM. *. wb'U' tti ) rtumlu auth opposed! to the pan I ...uu! (if f..t.* .n I, d.u. :\'Dlh II 'the ti.-, ..lIb.. ten" .

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY will prodme nothing Thought wnh are flan teveal: other cit\ nl.I.II.I I .
------ -- and [iricticalh icy irt .-I1.i,,n .if :\11- count ) a:1d attire a 1 I" .. i d "I..n'It I
Six tuoo h* . . II 0One rear . . . . .1100 out adl..n.uUploduth.| I an wt Jl and I 'tiwill nut h iva ta : .I."I..r\ vt'e tn g."nerl" ..10'ttlutn. 'h :.II) There I.I liappnlstntent In ahrw 1
"' l bout toll and 111.1'stateCiua
for the xemril pubis. In.uussetloa y
Those pang{ In ailiinc .m rece' a yearn" subscription fa- $1 SO mumcipal'gov| ,'mm. nt haul' tnt iluJiliMinrj to he-th.-.. v. r t il l ." r. .. .
nh ,1"'lIr.! ..I..b.1 II .,11" ,J
ant six man'b* ubscrlp'ion for "5 cent Th.> It a :Iberal dlacout'-> induce | going.. l.n'I n.-r..ss.trih aeft' p.,rt if. the lie h.{' U.n aim.od'd sun> nomlm.ted I ?s u.nlidav 1 in thepritu .h" apr thin grain; A"" ..h.il hit Dot i
I'.li. r\ tin oltii, tl .t < i ..1! IIMIINHil.r
itrlcUj a J ranee payments. I IK ,the forerunn-i "
K.nlIaocnalwn .trie-i i-iiv in t Hi ,'iiu. r t ver\ h...,. furl .ni' r ,il. fr.iiu lalltallon -I
_._ cut out th' f.-e< ml mmplaints -
--- of d.tat 1110..1 i'nut t.IDd Mil, -
and uharge. like that if I Itiat l l.aturdat There U uo w> rural up-tion] t from *
Entered at the Potlofflce at Miami. Florida U second clue matter. : and kip the bud ili\. rhl'I 11 vi at

ms that utops going forwardtag i ;-. will have horn ellmluattd the common enemy' In yme. muu' -C---

I tie the have named loial tick.'I.. The telegraph uperat who for4
n.."'*- got* l luau k I/o .lId. the out ---0- -
tllllIoC'ToilUt II). IDCMJ but Innlanie iusidend got lo deliver his orders"wan in .ridence -
| medicine that U a suit gpeiili: lot in no are they i>

trade stagnation Is advertising DEATH OF REV. lormldaLle lu Hade runty on the Southern Railway a few

there Is :zed iNon Ie''d.\ ago and a. a"result three South J
THAT REGISTRATIONLIST CLOUDS LIFTING IN even this mu: be administered witnMlentiflc SAM P. JONESI organ oipo)
I IK'noelib method luI the ivmocratic tttket. and a few Carolina undertaker and many doctors

REVISION STRICKEN PENSACOLAI I every1 move.When I P. Jones. the world greatestevangelist role would suffice a* well a* many were made buy ,;.

I Is dead and the world but every ,elector who voted In theprimaries -o--- r1.
that the reg nacola Journal this
It has been reported pay
I you hire an expert to pr I mourns his demise Sam jones was and those who bite since! Train wrecking I.l somethlag sew
t.., ration list of Dad Count baa tx-autihil I tribute to the people of t
pare your advertising; turn the light: character within a character lit quillOed should feel It their duty to to be attempted in th.s section. n jw us

not been revised for *..nn or eight that city for the manner In which on e'er) nook and corner of )ou I'I.had tasted of the cup In all Its bitterness rote In lb.. general election and assist thank got>dnes.*. the effort was a fail- i

)ears previous to the revision by the) have set about rebuilding: their : but loess. The exi>ert Is not a clalr He preached from experiencei In giving each and trery noml art Train wreckers. are no better ,,ethan
If he is clever lie I h.I nee as large a eompli jten,arr rot e.possible. .
the county commissioners at this homes and community. and gives" votabt even i the world'and with worldly I bell murderers sad house burner i
I not able to estimate your weight eg*, His views were sensible and They are deterring of this and w* bate lo think' there la sac*
month meeting also that about hope ot a greater and more progres-
a I from a lock of your hair nor Is he logical He did not barter nor choow consideration a character or characters la oar

eight hundred name mere stricken" slue sity1b, i competent to accurately determinethe : his words. but spoke them a. be In another column the Metropolis community .

from the cotta the majorlM of then ( >> cloud that seemed ....ttlllldo.n << merit of your goods from a halftone thought and thought aa he spoke I presents the full IoDlo'r..I": ticket ..

I I engraving: of the building In times he bordered the val ,to be toted for ;November <. It In ---a
In and alter : on '
h t,'ing been floater" drifting upon cttt Immediately I | Out \\lsronvln they to..i
which they are kept.Few and offended Soru* have questioned eludes congnsilonal; State and county propose
after remaining a ) ear or t.o g >in. the unpn..d..Du.d; storm 01 last gar his religion on that account : officer Those unfnmlllsr with display publicly the pictures ol all ,

elewhercIt e week are DOW fast clearing away i unsuccessful advertisers will hut no one has ever said what Sam the office to be filled" and those per'sons habitual drunkards with fee belief. ;.;

a not this Intelligence for you' The sun I II out again: the old admit that their failure I I. their 0"'D.I [ Junes said was not true The fault nominated for election to the that U will mute many to reform. ,.'

scribe I It to misfit media dlshoneit same, are invited to peruse. It the scheme ma) work in Wljcoastn, .sa
Any man who keep posted In polities tine mtldonce and enterprise base I I was In tblll way he said It- Reformedfrom i but It would take more' than a pl&.o :.
agents. rotten social iondltlons | a drunkard he lived faithful to I
and covet, affairs knows thai again aierted themselves and the I lure, of themselves to change: the average .;
the .t'atb..raatblnlt but his pledge and espoused the religion IMPROVE THE PUBLIC
the" law retinfre and that the couu work ot repair -of renovation and their own folly. poor product or la..k'of I.n I his unique Inlmlcable wa) aDd ;(' Florida booze fighter from the "

i, "tnlml""lou"u r-\lee the rl'\Ktr1\,, \ rescueI.la on every nand being buslne sense In organizing: their for the pat t..nty-II..l' year no rtrjlglous SCHOOL GROUNDS path of dissipation They In themselves '

lint two PI nTh..) I'ubf'd to the limit business and planning their publicity revUallst drew are living pictures of the habitual .
tior t vel i ) ) ; i lecturer or
The school In this
| public ground
whiskey-head: but seem to
In the meantime the Citizen\ ;
TI'Jdo' It Mhether they want u or more Interested sudleno.
city are a dl-grjre Why are theynot rather enjoy the distinction s
or not The real reawiru mh) thennntber Kelltf onmilttee bal b)' no m..D.b..o : A direct simple appeal I Is the thing HI. nam was a household word cleaned up. tree. planted and olherwise : Lwf

of name stricken' from the Idl'. and nope of those who that makes advertising f"1f..tl'to.ot- ,' throughout the land rhouand and Improved Ibis would not --- -

tit at the leaf teUslon li that: all *t .nd In teed of Immediate help, ty Sights of language; and a.udYi I' millions bad beard him and the same!' only give the children more room In I[ Did you know that the Key West "

1 those ierenna registered but mho need fear tffat they will be Ignoredor I metaphors art too apt to go: over th* thousands and million' would hear I which to play and lend to the general extension of the Cast Cutest Hai.way .

had not paid poll texts In four tear*. .o\trl loited : head of the people you are tr.Inc' him again and again wh nerer the occasion appearance of the premises. ;out when completed ..hI.... one of a"
erased. b the commissioners be- For the Idle there U work to be the wonders" of the ....
were" ) I talk to. Plain talklrfg; In your advertising prevented Sam Jones wa It would Increase the value of the world The workIs
Tsuse I her* oat no sense In rarr) I had for the a.klnro-fer the Indus .i taken i* the pretur'erI unquestionably a good man I.... realty I now well In progress and *lx thousand 'v.1

log them on the bo .k. and makinga trlou no hint Is required: for the I;of honest dealing at your store I world knows some of his deeds. but I Particularly U this directed to the mea are employed. scattered II la '"

bundlesomt docket of It when It opportunities for self! -help were never o-- i now that h., has gone more will crop two or more lots recently acquiredby I camps from the mainland to Key !

win evident I the) do not Intend top more abundant in l'.n*lcola than out and we shall expect to hear much the school board contiguous to the 1 West each nationality having their

*) poll tales and vote Another I they, are today GIVE .THE GLAD that la Interesting and instructiveabout I former tots, though the entire own camp Th* magnitude of la.
for th- lark of tax Ae have. Indeed much for whichto undertaking b realised ekes
reason poll parIng I HAND TO OUR VISITORS him grounds old and new should receive may KIs t,

; I. that the Republicans hft'f' be thankful and chief among our It can be said of him that he died attention Cat down the bushes ana known that fie ...Ur dlstaacofrom .

placed no toast U'kft In the fit-In 'ne.nlno are the vymapthr and good I The cold north wtnis are blowIng la harness HU end came as It be brush. plant hade trees and In any '' Miami to Key West. only, I t

In the" pear three >.'ir, and cone wt.hen of the entire slat; and the : thAtr breath has been felt ereu l.u-.ddeD. ;No one knew how other way possible Improve and beautify I mile of tile road \ b 0 i

qaf'I.Ir! many who affiliated with that sturdy "elf.reliance and fortitude of 'to Miami. gently and mildly remlno 111 be was He left his port without tb* public school premises. It I.I Isja I keys. and that for rest of th* -

piety Inch
their rotlny Interests wane Of It Is toct'T"D section that old winter Is near and be started tor his Georgia home to 'Public Instruction. yet there should above salt water There will b seven

cour*- the dead are Included In the r that ere a short time we will\ hare 1 seek succor and rest He has found be a sufficient" Interest manifested b) mater openings each It fe. gadthree i

r trrsum among us visitor and gueut from Ili I but not there; In blguer and teachers and scholars to assist In drawbridge, ..h(1 will aggregate :

It wa nil th" .n"n of the rom FORCE LOCAL IDLERS every point of the compass Ah I III I"rllbtf'r home where eternity Is without making and maintaining the school 4I feet -_a Coast Advocate

r-l ..!onert Or the purpose of the' : TO GO TO WORK. II rotds will lead to Florida. and again end grounds In an attractive. manner At 'J

law' to menu hit ea< h and every will be heard the logan. "Put n.* -- o--- present they are too small to accom -'o'Discussing :

person against: who.e name the Commenting; upon the fact thatgreat off at Palm Beach and MiamiFlorida I ." I'I'I f SEN'SIBLE I modal the several{ hundred pupils prohibition. In F. "'

) mark removed la recorded have dlfflcnlty was experienced ingetting I and the lower east coast DISCUSSION with any degree' of comfort or pleasure and giving 1.II.Un 11. ;

removed from the counM It mean labor to load the government are better prepared this season than 1 IOF SECURE BUILDING I ". By cleaning ap the lots recently I Lakeland News saysOf: the ft a.
e r literally that he has been stricken transport Andes. at Tampa the 1 n- I ever before to take care of lourl.t I acquired and adding them to the I counties la Florida. %are aader ... '

$ from the registration; rolli for cause bone" remarksContemptuously' visitor. yet If predictions material I Coder the caption "Fire Protection prevent grounds the accommodations time prohibition o tlo .ea..1 ;

other than death refusing offersof : tae we will\ U\l\ be without room I II IIto ," and influenced by a lea art would be greatly enhanced of latoxlcattas Uqaor. t remaining .

a Relative to the remoral of the better wages than they tuually receive I I accommodate all who will\\ come I In-surance I 'i Tb* Metropolis hope to see this It counties. > have the U<- f'

floating population It I U a well known large numbers of Idle negroes oqr way. Me have better and mor done. It Is a duty owed the children our traffic cor'f'n a digit tows .

vj e fact that practically everySoatet." approached by representatives of the ,' hotels boarding houses. private tea'Iidence. Ideation of the building law with aid their parents aa patron or city. laving I counties when b- '

J aa the report defined those of abort (tro."rnDI..nt. desirous of employing I' .. etc. bat as they have the ultimate purpose of securing a. and It would b* an Improvement appreciated Genie la ttm general policy CT.!I. AA.

resident here. was registered and them for this Important .work de- soon as possible a state of practical by the public and benvfklal tbs ten CDu. probdMtioo
y either paid hlmaeK or had his poll flared that they did not care to''people security against general lire calamities I'to th* property Let the school tliroulllot the rural dUtrtcta .. ..

Ux paid 18 the law primary elc' work for less than SO cents an hour i each day about our Hate Ita a- the Tampa Time says: board follow the example set by the State I.. forbidding tb sal* ot'A(

tloa It wbo this floaMng rote that I "1 he same story Is told by ail employers 'equalled climate and untold resources "Th* danger of fire. the cause I ronaly comnilsiioaer A few liquors four mile of a schoolhouse ) .

piled op ti. m.)orlt-.. for renaincandidate of labor They find It difficult and who will\\ flock here this sc-a- which may produce It. are being constantly months ago the court house ground or a church outside I Incorporated

In the said primaries 'The to Induce the average Idle negro son These conditions considered 'I augmented The Introduction was unimproved and an eyesore, today towns O elite. Of the total

1 majority of those whose names were .Ito accept employment It I. very evident we are going to ,, of oil lor lighting and the stove It U one of the prettiest place population of the '(tale of
removed from the registration' list. Hut there Is but one adequateremedy hire an overflow of tourists cooking -both easily within tile In Use county. made so entirely bya there are 27i e.4 more thaa half,

are ttlll residents of the count).. and that Is the chain gang But that I I. what we want Re I Igor,personal remembrance of people not little expenditure and a determination llrlng In cot,ntlvs where total pro' (

d dt These Ifis the Mfrottolls men i for the vtrrants who" can get work I i want them to see our State and aat. I yet p.trl.rrhh..llIlIlf'n: the dangerover to make the ,ground beautifulThe llbltof relfta Nine counties pro '
t:ODI to sit the" nwMIr right correct and will not have It. Ilton and we want them to feel that : the das of tallow candies and same could be done at the schoolhouse the saU of liquor In all but one e

E an .erroneous report and do Jugtlce An enforcement of the vagrancy they have come among Irivnd ana ':' open fireplaces. The use of gas and by the school board town leaving tn the Slat bat ID.- I

m to all concernedI la would. relieve' the situation bata p..ople Inereoted In their w. !stare, l'1etlrlc.tT ha doubled the increase Of course there could he no plantIng 04* people ring[ In counties where C

It .-0- law against Idleness would be far Every visitor to Miami and Dade'I': liability of Internal Ore In buildlnnv.. of ro"'l'rald, shrubbery. other license Is I b pole.JD more baa j'
effective One Is a vagrant onh 'I
e' county Is an advertisement to tee The convenient match In everybody s than trees. but the yard could lie one town o city 4

A MOVE IN THE under certain conditions He city and county. no matter whether ,pocket, lying on.r, table and shelf cultivated Into a beautiful lawn the I n ;:
tad tee
RIGHT DIRECTION may have money In his pocket he burs and settles or In ant .>he- adds Its large share to the general I premises" could be kept clean game There been orlanlat In Tokotuma. -

be able to live yet be Is habituallyIdle may becomes Interested here lie risk and play plats might be mapped out Japan a corporal\ .>. 1 I Ider

1 A Btimbtr of colored men of RlrmIncbsm aid cannot be punished Oldthe can say nothing but good'of: them I II and In various other way the uublic the Dame of Japanese T....r? '
Idleness.making "And yet none of these Important
Alabama bare formed a law prescribe against In Jhla fact lies the secret of theprogress : school grounds: made beautiful and Accommodation with the J
aoci..t> for the prevention of crime It an offense. the negro and 'I and prosperity of this section ,i I factors seem to bar been formally Inviting The school board should i Intent of lt ttn comfort j.

: among their race They propose lup".d I white man who work only sufficiently Those who come here musttalk recognized a* special sources of multiplied give this matter Immediate attention ', and conrcnlcoc. of foreigners ...
and form to earn a bare living; could be !I d.oll'rnot to speak of the ;
the fame alllmaiely of their visit ; the abundant proVisions wish to make a short tour ID t.
similar societies. throughout the reached and made' to go to work or be i use of Inflammable oils and gases la i country The baa &
: of nature compel I It to I The Rev Richard Smith of London company arraag-*
country.This suffer the conlf'quf'nef'LD favorable Other at once become I.. a hundred wajs The construction 01 I says: Man makes more nols I ed for a abtlll of travel of It
organization ..evidently aeconipltth -- o and the resulta I buildings while some attention has ty days baring Yokohama a
terested we see j driving one motor cr through the ;I I
much good It I* just aaImpoasiUf been paid to security. has kept pacewith ,
the 1
section growing faster snd" more street of earth than the Creator .t.rUul trip
pDt. e".J
GOOD REC \ the aggravated danger: from fire. ( '
to make every negro a stable. than any other In the coustry. i : make driving hla whole army of'I Interest as Kamakarsv. .

good clllaea as It Is a white mail. OMMENDATIONAmong: while .. a tourist resort I What Is needed Is a recognition of ;,stars throngh: the street of b..ou..1,I Toko. Mkko. CIf'DJI. MlyaaosiV ,.,.1

but the' better element of the black rest recreation and pleasure "bl'r",1 the fact that the prevention of fires Rut tb* good doctor should renumber ''I... .koue. Sbldiaoka Vocoy Kyoto .., .
the more Important rt, Is a M fence of Itself the first tenetof
ls full accord< with every Sara Ovjke
race la found we lead the world. that the stars are all of one mttlL' and Ko. TWexpense ;
commendations made by the grand which is that it H easier and safer
that tends to elevate and educate of this I
move I Even now our visitors are' coming --.-- I trp. Including ral)
In their general" presentmentsyesterday to fire thaa to extinguish I
character Commenting:: ou jury Let all provide for their comfort prevent Tom Watson and his publiaherCol ,Imed r.r. hotel I arcoramodittloas.guide '4"
Is that requesting the It after It haa started The secaud
th* fcnod fcetro and dealing with therace and protection during the period tbs I )Mann of Town Topics disrepute and all necesuVy Ol&t"o for

proldem the Tampa Times III)s "'('ollnlt'ommlastolll'rs' to refuse tht.sxuince ,: fierce notbf'rD winter forces them to 1: principle should Inculcate U that hare bad a falling out. Toni a.tys the journey has been fixed at $12.61'
of permit to all persons I no man should I gamble on fire nag
The thoughtful and Industriousnegro a : a day for single travelerst
this most favored of.1I spots I It was because he could not get hiss a day et
makes and Is a good cltlzeuNolody to curry fire arm for other than a and endanger bis neighbors and the for each of
I never too cold In winter and never pay and Mann say it wa* because. a p.itof less than ft.1
{ rompliln of him or u..evuilecce .. reasonable and Just caueThe community as well an him-lf Human "
:; the and $ 50. .
too hot In summer" hive them 'Tom was making the magazine.: t toobitterly IxT'ons da) for .11 0arll
to him feel dllikeof It..nf'rall."hll('. we believe". will\ I natnrt l is prone to take" rlk of fire .
r; or any Clad band and make them welcomeIt penonat! any ratslb.. y a t m..r. TI. ail
hint i* thlnt' usaalh! 1 g' gad Hthn ;concur with Ihe grind JUT In this I' will\\ aid you .ptrsonall and benefit I Many men and orpoiaUons carry hare agreed to disagree and h.Tialter l..of Xmrrirans who I,1 Japan _
,I solid< alwa" go If IIl other" retomro-ndatlon The Metropolis their: own Insurance but there Is noCa I means !
the community Tom \\Htmm Magazine wilt)| be 1no a large as It shovldt ]
ordi' I lha. often pt-olested against the r..k.1 of making them voter and pay .. .
4 negroes were like him If the rh minus Tom \\'III..n. l> ii anything that cm he doa. 4 1 1to
and law chiding negroes will uniteto M--I Kid almoft criminal lIt FEES 0 for the risk the) lutllct upon| their g mfk" travel mONo l'on..1.1 1

crush outrto.en and .'uD!+hr : h "i arm ixrmlts are Issued The. PAYING neighborsIbe i, Ttllow fever 1* |l..r..llIt..ntl! hullIng '" nilt! hire the "II1 .>f I' !..la.

criminal among: their own re It Its In Its present form or pnctitI : :I POLICE DEPARTMENT ultimate object of this Ml eW on In Cuba. IVIng .epori-d from the r'I"I late of (ph.4sure rlnltors\ tats..

wo.ild not be long until the heneflcnnt I Is wonv' th n no liw at all I;nd'the ... and Its disciples I I. lo elevate e\i'r) I the environs of Ilavnn more 1 frequently 'hut c.untru
f. ol the ill would :ire eta) em of weapon lie .ns In a communication appearing' In Into I i(
In the
eftect new j I' I 11'11) and town country an than In other |>: ri- 01 'theIsland -----0- .
1 begin id be wldeh fit It wouldin i ,-g any 01 p Irn.jiectlve of reponibilltr the. Metropolia" Saturday afternoonA II iinhurnable mans of building. ierudltate <. i Thl Is the usual! b..lilt of \0\' t T'n (IXI 1
ieult In the exitnKul | or personality. no long; 't 1 Citizen replying to an tdltorla .
time .
,. a little the buidfn of moneycunting the disease. If (he linn maIM 'n- ,
class I Ihe I I. white. can secure such a per ) In this paper the day is-fore. gteaa I "':
.hnieiit of the criminal I. :' Insurance b) rumoring the netessilt ,,I... d. and I her N some drtigerChet The \\onian I I Ina yeleria -
j bla ks and rllh their aipcarance mt by complying with the simplerules little severe on the police d.-part. fur It. It would bt true ecnnon a ease mat be trannferrei tr afternoon cm ol..rt.11: limentary tat

all whole-trie. lr.,ubl.. .. would cojw I of application accompanied by men In the matter of. fees \paid themfor .y to forbid the erection on the this ,country The utmoit g'lamt-: the I.d\ '.....b.r..f the MI I iml pub. l lI

\\'. .nek oub of and for the !j. ue name' of two responsible\ pern I ronrUtloDH In the municipal face of Ibe earth ->f a building "'hl.'h to I rf'1'llr..1 The season is *> far.Idarc..d. Its boot A Urge number |
lal, I were
court and recites that such ,
; boreiherc > wht will Insure his lawful con1m '
So'uhlthjriMth of burnt| el'htr
.UA.\.tltJk being "
howe\ir, that cot much "n ..11 nonce and a ipl-mll ,irogragas ""
prejndin 1 strong a* here there .t v hen hear'ng arm or enjoy- Ian Incentive sufficient to make interual external of ,
a appllcat
= I ; or damage; could l q.. might U uprisings against: n'gnan: lilt the prhlloee of so doing men overstep 'the bouD U o 1101\1; II. .. and to that cumilexlon.n of with the modern! ni.th'M' of handlingIt The program 'n.t"'d .>f ma i
-. bodlt in mine und on If thus l. law It U a farce anan and fairpet*: in other word
wnrklns; in ;ng; ni ist come belore our matirlal \ now in tiiciie )tl.: and 'ojtl rendition'. n-naunna i et,
Ithl'Y will nuke. arrent* .
tc work e'oploungLrce .' ln-,end of protection of buy
rllllro...'* or tfh'r na I e clMlUitlon Is hilt compute the participants4ag\
h di.fi -f nun h That t part ctiHr -'l1ant.\' e and: Interest :Not" one 'they should not nlnipl lecanethere unreasonable -e. tre .Mr' Guilt
I It In to KUix>> Nothing could b* admirable Smith' Mr* Ida '
form of tr'>nhle l is not me! In this "I.'n Jn t ..entt thousand has any Is a fee of one dollar. or more tor, "v It |lo..lble. that even |H rsou In its s- \ than tine tip, .. it t ulth .h..'.hh :Mm ('*'ln H"hl.l H..rn.1.i I* M I'a. Hall d, !

I niH-tloi whet. >e nil want (lie n*.R-O n.>i .*.1'for going: armed and he evey conviction tbi ) tot tiri of In:he t purlWith new ..It.! tini?. should ti.- re
to sunk N\hn evenegrn pursuesa Mi.> I In n lawalibiing.. industrious '' tho' preparation. dvlaruagainst I -trut i a tin.-i pl i sits .li ill IIIIK fur.' I bat .i( .I' -<.n.ll. hi.|", ,in.I i ..n. ,.dnr I .:llal.'b .:nle 1h. It :
the :II. rnpuhs
volley of quiet and petceful and I n1. jteicei-hle cltlren never thinks rltcharlrr ..-tuintl would wn ik. a hinUhip on the pet.'plc "- (pr..(.eden.e lo I.i\e ( i... n.. the tlfth iU v. ar* oil hut ,.1.1.i. Herself |

)I.sew abiding tn"".ir% .there will be an of rnlns:: himself for protection: he the fee 1 furnish pro\ll ftntil for rt lu'i i | but II H nae naule l to miix>-<4' in' of I-lurid i. a |vo..lil..n wh h It mitt iredttjtl ,II | "", duet with

immediate ma to all Illegal viol"nee : harm no ono and no one will harm that It would .idi. l 11\ X j'b..1 I ". r\ t.1"1'1: '; want .i las hod fondly hoi" d night l I.e _I\.u i tMiami <. :Mr*, n.lc Smith' 11. f\\
the nth Chargesassy-re in 1
other hand cowird -
against the race him On the "that .111\.1" 1111 proteit th pub lint the .. ... ,. l .
: h..n l mad.b | M tr ii IU h fill I \i the cnncluu,u"u i .f ,
i And It might: I b? at-o'>riate to sy, or he who seeks trouble ana Citizen Th.h.n.will I be mil. .agelnn I,I: :is .S mi,' b.... {i' .-..U.It. f-mi the ti.iilo '. filth In the f'itur, .if it- +\,01.\ n.I.1\, I t ..lal "e."'ion In.I"I k. .1 I ,.t nil'e-,

tb"1" He greet niajor'n of coloredmen known he mill\ find It sooner or latermu fore and the the has '" .i 'tof ln-...i in and Inn.imm, .iblN ,ion Ittle home eta nil nn "- inc the I fr.hm..nlo served. h.. i.\ I IK "
and and continue vn a- \lung as ft..i
armed and he prsis'dwto
ch-racttr .
are of the right "t co The Metrup- struct!.
:' foe that rrawm exiM, 'rlence no diffl do It nnler the sanction of the Hand doe as not lt does and mums world hate to b*:: I! :laws will loth)- and at the same I:minf.ir' { mnke* the btWt of the ultiinti' In .I ih )Jnuahie' affura ever gnu n I)) tj1eN ]
Itt of IS cent oil*
enllleawihth-1-whlten lghU.r Hw upon the payment rmniiMr ot Ih.- I a hardship On no one Tb*' timesill ..rful spirit. ..inh ot nil I'rd'l lI WOlan's Club. '
IIIRI.>e de'cnbfd an the rum for a permit application bias.. nil lieve: that there tea mill '
is shut mould he euliu' ofarrtMlng come. no doubt. when we I.he Oak Democrat The Metrolediabelieves : | i

Inal I rlaw among; them that give" rise the riving of two reputed citizen .police farce who known I to IM I innocent have .,olute nrt--rroof b'illdtng*.but In taking a chiorftil, vies I "hllll to par.fo'bu .
to riot and Hnchlng Just as the Ins bondnmenThe 1: off slmpbptt I to 11I111 thin the) should be built ai nil making the hear of ...v..rylIlIa- *
alltced time
criminal class! anions white mensank grand Jurr I* right: There U of an G' ml It I I. to ....
mtu-td cuttri.- -a secure B8 possible lion\ There |I. no n d In pining n.<-l hive Dc,
Is the toting Cut out tat, the fee \II they a 1.la.
. the mime thing It not too much pistol natke. th<'mIXido \\ >. lout out on the position we badhn.d Iin Continuing to rn that ercltes" fummar.prtxeHling i'license end oft\ and then arrest lion I.'
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negro personnel of the force willcompare the e-naite would air.us; Remedy lo the'I, I 1' I I.
.. criminal thin those permitted The
but the negro a every man 0"
Cavor..hhj'h that of inv I (nunt\ '.,. not alone in thhmatter "|non( Florida fitter '.nt cnn we no 1110 I ronnlns oliite ) |
with n.
by official duties found a blDI .
and they are f'ol'l..I..nti..18In thperformance .' of having no ip:iroi'rlitlon fiT nke. In netting mt a wall The sltna I Jiirle Thl remedy l I. not only (
crime will have city
o mm on him. .. received ( of their dnti.-e bur Ju,t m ,.\I&II..t "I the Sale: fair at Tam linn In a nutshell I in. we dMn hare ,, ferny safe to lire m.1 rhlldr
this dig at the .. material check
An exchange get : a fee I I.. paid them for con n.i The ronirrlo-ionfri of Marlone'onnr' the population: and while forced togo ,, but It Is a m.l.a. of great
subscriber: --o-- so long; a* a wo.I
delinquent' A hm sued Eng 'victlons In the mllnlo'\l..1I\ 1 '\1'1' ni'tan raw r.fua.'ul l lo iiibirrlbe to '' awar back and vlt dnwn" we I and m..rl I has a world wide j
Croker an
by appearance Richard ,
Never know of no plac more deserving to ntatlon fir
tie cnrhlacd ind .n ixhllit Nh,'me on Mirloii and cures of
contain an editor Itfh publication for ISO.000 for saying long will they hand Marob..co'
cost may
hubby .impl*' l list\> 10 of lest take the honor we had been conceded croup and can .
arresting men r-
whIle the' man wearing; a plug bat he was a thief Croker mutt ,charged with "II"r: ; l'c : b
aid fee +nntt i >f\r"\ and fertile than the flourishing city of LiveOak 111 npon for ale Oy Rl.
sad yellow Wd gloves may be a deUaaaeat firmly believe that they can t proveIt Ito I ret the ,
subscriber." The Metropolis advocated paying tie- In the state. i I Drug Company and all dnl.'..ywS ]

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Office 1200 and one-half Avenue D, Miami, Florida


Lut of Orange and Grapefruit Groves For Sale are In bearing, tbe Income from this alone was 12.;'00 The houe Is two story with T large: rooms-plastered

last picking IbJa year there la estimated to be 2uOO '.
throughout baa a barn etc Price 81 &.11110 cash
1 No -Thin li a (0 acre tract IS of which It planted
boxes of grapefruit average price $1 00 The other lmprorements > :No 16
Contains (0 acres with T seres planted In
+ IB grape fruit and nearly IS bearing Four thoaaand dol- J
are aa follow: one Ore room residence. one ,ron. In good location and reasonable M.000No
very at
Ian worth of fruit was shipped from thus grove last yeaiTbla 14x40 .
packing bou..r tbe first story being of nacre : IT Beautiful .
country house on the' famous ,
: la a good Investment and roust be sold to settle up
stone and the second, wood This house Is equipped Miami-Palm Beach rock road This place has 3 12'acres :'
ab estate Price til.ZOO. terms on.-half cash balance
It two and three years at C per cent Interest on deterredptMD'tt with everything aecetukry for packlrg the fruit such as all planted In Uuavas M.nl'..-.. Avacado Pearstfrapefrult .
alter' bins. etc It also has a house for the laborers .Pineapples. windmill and tank 4 r
Tbe cottage'sfor
prope-iy ta only three miles from tbe
and a barn This Is a first clan properly and a bargain help one large country hour.. ...ont"loIDIt.trle -
Cltv of Miami and hard
a good rock road leads to the :
place Price llo.SOO; termcash.. sod well arranged rooms. Barn 35xSO etc. Price

No: 10 -:0: acre within easy distance of Miami. 610,000No i
:No 2 HVP acre. three mile from the court house eight acres In grave containing. 1000 tree In grapefruitand : is in acre at Larklns. eight miles south of t

1, In Miami \ hard roc k road l lad to this property orange. besides pineapples and other fruits This Miami on main rock road contains SOO grapefrsjt tndorange t

,; This I Is the cheater place we hate when we consider season one solid car of grapefruit was thlppt-d from tree. one six room cottage: barn etc Price '1
y lie Income On this property there are 300 citrus treea. thi |3.Sou DONo :
grove, thfruit being. picked from only Z31 tree.
conslrting: of limes. lemons oranges: grapefruit tangerIDC the fruit brought t! tlO la| 'r box This crop will be : is --130 acres In famous tocoannt Crave section ;-
*. BiandrrliKs guata. pecans and mangoes. 500 babaaa is acres cleared 610
picked during. tlt-cembvr of thin year The other Improtenienta orange grapefruit treeaOne ,
{ and nacado pear trees the most In bearing '1 he In thl place are a three root.i cottage. oiable. 6: room house and ...Ir... Price f 10.000No i.
Citrus trees ate all In bearing at (hi* moment and will\ packing house and the grove la fenced all the Improvements lo 4 aura. one mile couth of tocoanut Grove. '
pat a handsome. Irrerest on the Investment. PriceI contains <>i"
+ are In good condition. 1Z acres of good vegetable grapefruit trees. 102:: choice varieties! ot I
I fcliO one-half rash. balance In one at 8 << h
lint -
tear per land anltpblr for ralslPg: early and late crops oranges glnnlrg; to bust county rock on one side .
LJ Interest on deferred p" Dlent. goes with this tract the "f the grove range from overl.Hiklrg tar' on other A bargain. at IJJOONo :: t

1' three to eight five :. ::1 1 vn sires. 10 planted In grove of grapefruitact :
:No 3 -Seven acre. three miles from the court house yeast < -Ing between seven and ii
Fit In this cltt. on rod road. This property la In good eight years. Price 111,1)' ", orancc Income; estimated lo l be this year It :\111. '
trice 111 ,uoo half cash !
I"1 condition and baa ISO grapefruit tree. three years old No 1J.-Ten acres of pi .e and grapefruit facing .
e will\ bear next rear. .;'d aTacado pears. and three rarle- the famous MI.ml-p.lm II pored road It alto rasa tw

ties ot grape: bearing acme of the vine being two a good view of Biscayne Bay The pineapple will\ bear HIMEtiTEAIni 1I1C "H\IK' ("t

tears old. Price 13.1\06. half cash On this property this year and .11pa\ ,. a Handsome lnteret on your *
there la a house In lair condition a barn and hen bouaeNo money Infested by that we mean from 25 per cent to Noi; 18 I H acres in the Homestead country. this ;:
35 Price property h-s a two room house. barn etc about twoscr '
w : 4 -1 v acre along the banks of Little Hirer Thisproperty per cent <'s cleared and planted Land Is about t.eDI-I\* t"miles
baa *<>0 feet of rifer front and la an Ideal apot 14-Forty arm. This grove I* In the Indian south of Miami Price $1100 cash
The price la 14.otio cash Good bard rock road leads Hirer. district and has ;25 acres under cultivation 15 \{
./ out from Miami to this place. a distance of five miles. acres of this tract was planted out twenty years ago :No 22 4V acres eight: mile from !Miami no Improterrents ( .
t and ia one of the finest groves. In that section in acres This tract Is In a rapidly growing section. .-
:No. S -Ten acre. one and three-fourth! miles frou.the of the twectr.five wan planted out four year ago This the land 1M |ng suitable to the growing of vegetablespineapples .

C ell) of Miami on tbe famous Orange Glade rock tear thirty hundred boxes of oranges from this piece and citrus fruits Price. 1660 cash A'
road. Here I If the list .475 '
l tnt 00 will bear this -
sold on the trees for U.dIJO and the yield of this crop ;No; 24.- ISO acres In the Homestead section. on this :'
'.' tear :30 neat sear; 50 grapefruit treea bearing 500 will\ be 5.OHO boxes The owner has moved to Ibis lit,. place Is a house lh4. three in.rr. are planted In citrus v
will bear In the foil 300
next beann
orange and engaged In business. otherwlce he would not IL fruit. Price 111'01.lIh
100 .lll bear In the fall :200 budding: mock : 50 aracadupeart ;
This place can It had for S1 C.IIOO 'uh. ''
No Zj lt>0 acre mil, south of
on. '
Cutler I
i ajid 16
ZS mango trees Price |s.500. half cash balance u
In one >.earNo :No 13 -- right acres In grove. coexisting chiefly! ofItra'rult mile south of Miami. thre. arms In grove timber( on Ar
1 | and oranges It I I. estimated that th..r.11\ tbe place Is worth I,>00 Prier. flhOU r:
7.--One hundred and seven arTf'tI. ZJ J/r which li lie iHlwHfn 1I0
r > and 1ZOO boxes of fruit from thi* gre'vtthis : No 26Ixu: acres one mi'e trim city limit ol r'f
planted In citrus fruit Webellete that this la about year. This 1* a gentleman: home. and has all the Miami on I'M'd r.N'k road. Ihs land lit (orated In the L'tlr.n..e
aa good aa can be found In this section for the money convenient that la necei-iur for comfort The
Irol"'r.t Gi'dr di.trlc2u! ens In grot. has a small
This property baa on It 2 000 fruit tree. 1.000 of whlca is on Hlw.ivne Bay. has all rights and prltlleges. house ou the pn'ml-! Price 111.300. .'ri",

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.\HnI.\: % WILL and In ten minutia more they were I /

T I In jail. SUDDEN DEATH OF Oscar Neilson t:

J HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I Agreed ...... to Hvpply' flasks 1.l'IthPure The writer took the pains lo ascertain
Communicated what the charge against: them I jI
S Water.Danla : !i Drowned in River
waa and was Informed that it wss
simply drunk. The men In qneit u :
By tJesllOl' Screven Oct. 15At a specla. had violated no law or ordinance, j

J I !I' meeting of the city council, called Miami Fla. Oct. 13. hoe and were no more subject to arrest: | 1
v' 'by A C. Frost, chairman I and Cx>on- than the most respected' citizen of I .
Yesterday morning during theopening cllmen 8. M Alaobrook. W. C. Dykes Editor Miami Metropolis; Miami Other nan can be cited; 1 i From Dally Metropolis. Oct. IB I \.

exercises. Prof. Bennett an- and B P. LJpplncott. to discuss tbe tear Sir-flaring read your edltorlal and proven similar to the above ,I Memphis. Oct IS -It Is reported Oscar Nellson. caretaker of tt,. I I.
4 DOD aft'4 that three mt'd.I.11 again 'I proposed linking ol an arte.ian cell It has been orfl<..tally stated recently .1 I j' houseboat. Nlroda
moored IB h
la the Metropolis In regard to here that Ham Jones the noted evangelist the Mlamt *
,lj be awarded one to the beat declama at this plcae and alao laying a an-[ that the police department ot: river near the iJth street t'sas
y tlon among the glrla. one to tb-> best ;: Inch pipe a distance of h.lf. mil,.. policemen or conatahlea going on lb.. Miami la self supporting bat IB the[ died early this morning on a found drowned I. the river ,... '

tr' declamation among the boa. and one to supply the city will water, tbaam still hunt for drunks. and as your writer opinion If It Is to bv sap-: ;' train of the tboctaw division ol tllto terday moralag The body was flrst v

J: that la open to both for the beat esaay was agreed open and a motion views on the subject correspond with ported by such graft as at prf'Hntprt'y.1l11 : I! Rock Island Kailway ( seen drifting opposite SouLhail marine \

Mr Blackman baa also offered. was made and seconded to give Mr, mr own 1 take the liberty of mentioning we had better stop and consider Mr. Jones was traveling from I ways A rope wa lastetied about :wIt '.:
1 a three dollar price for the t>< *t Pray ''t:. T. King tbe contract to do the Honesty.. Justice and the Golden and It made fist
on Miami open| to the Junior and work A tank la also to be built tor a few! facts In regard to tbtmatter Rule. A CITIZEN; .1 some point west of Little Hock 10 dock pending an a barge: at tae t
senior classes. only It la to be ,'I flra purpose that have come under my Memphis The body was found In cause of death as iw l aA

i hoped that all I sill chow appieciallte I I personal obaertatlon Itralh of lire Chief the sleeping\ car berth and .
Mr. S. M Alaobrook. one ol our was taken At II clock Justice of the Peacw 1
b In this
enthusiasm matter
1 : city councilmen baa returned trooi All right minded people agree that i James W. Hodgklnson ('hi... <>< the II from the train at Little Kocg i U S Hill as ,offlclo C'oroll4'r.o..lcJ' I.
.t The high school had as a guest this :I'North lorlda. but tailed to bring a Intoxicated penwns should not Je Orange N. J.. Ore department. d.re", an Inquest on the body: after which i

: morning. Mr. Gale. of Went Palm better bait with him It la thougut'thl tolerated upon the atreeta. but this ,j aboard an East Coast train last Saturday Oklahoma City. Oct 15 -- Her I the corpse was removed to the jo.

Beach bo stated for morning exercise I'I was done ao be vould be able law or rather the law upon Ins nu.)- morning. pi 2 o'.lo..k while en, I Sam tones" the noted Georgia etau I dertaklnK parlor of H M I KlOi.a.ndJ

*. I|I to go back again as he claims to enjoy ject cannot be construed that because I route from this city tu his home. Mr : gellst who died ou a sleeping car i hit morning given burial several

The higher fourth grade mat glaa '' himself ao much up there. a maa makes a false sup oncoming llodgklnsun. It !appears, had .left this morning had bern hoding!: r.'- I Itlval I fri.'nds of d..... .....'d .iUnt1ln* and .- +r

to wek-ome MIN Bestirs Burdlnc Into I,i Mr Taylor, \\laconsin, eDo recently from a suluon that be U situJett I' New York tla steamer for Dallas. services h. re for two "wka. riming' In the Interment

f their class this morning I bought some property iroiuMr I l to arrest on the charge ef Intoi i Tex to attend Ibe annual ('nnv..ntlo" : i He was expected to address audlei'es I Ihr body to ill apiearances b..dl ey

Flu. The fourth grade has had Ihe pl..all- S. M. Alsobrook and Mr 'i. C. ',,tea Uon.i I of fire engineers; Shortly after .1' t .nterAa> but r" was distover.I II l>een In the wjt.r ,shout thur.! k'4 the of BUrkBeauty Pike has 'l be writer has It from 'leaving :New York he u..talm-d a hour ant was ilUh'h le
ure of {listening to story commenced aetttng out i I good au I earlt in tae dai that ;ie had di< I I assn ,H.s wp .
'- for the. t.o days |lest .... Jthorlt). that the Miami policeman r'celves <.- I fall .that caused hemorrhages of the, ,, rxaredand although rluoroim *eart U- I Ies ., .eased It U ..iM hid been' dr .kln 1,

Mts LotUe Marnard. an alumni! of Mr K C Stanley has Uarted to a dollar a head cominlialonor I.... .I.rrlv1nl: at KtyVest. a were made. nothing wen learned <; rather" hea\ll all of I last wees r

_..._. the Miami high who' paid the ,,'boo' move IMU his nec residence on l. ... premium for each arrest In ad on wws tel graphed for and he re of hit'sAerealouta. I, and was last .. ..n m Friduv I in*

a pleasant halt\ )testerdat. raga; ar,-nue dltlon to his monthly hl.r,.. No |K>nJed. Joining his lather there *'II'I".lIlon| I Is that he altemp'.4 ,togo f
J The serler (,1111'8 l will retain thtlrorganlratloa honest |>llceman needs su h an In- j jcebtlte Iliac continued to Improve and last Lacer It deteloped( that he I I..rt aroird the h"ii-vlx>at In ..o ,IBtoncated -
Mr C. C. .\)'er, agent for the F.E iltt hurriedly last "..I'nlnlt.0: r rn"1 I
as It eta last tear I bejunlorm to Influence him doing his i iIsttorn Thnrsdav father and son Marled OP'th condition that nignt, : t..I'l i
1 ftt..hn'11t C Kauaay ( 0. at this Iolnt."III I' Ir ret in borne Miami. son was given for his :ud leu i iure Into the
sophomore and { diyy/ The writer believes n alas The\ water and was drowned. '.
hare orgaBlad with the following, more into the cottage recently : this commission bURl II''''' to be a I irrlteil here Friday ifUrniM ana nor was his destination 'l"Iall'l D iaiud wa* ama Ii about rh, tytear M
t both for him next 'seek.Mr. The nieetlngii bait 'leen .. +
lt, officer \ disgrace! to any respecting' com went 0111 on the night train ChielHodgkinsim t of age: a N rweglan: *ode-
M. .\. Marshall. the tomato d' t > In an unroofed building; and It isl.elleted 'xld'd aboard
0 Junior --Ben \\'II.n. presidentMIHM I mil nit,. and his views a'nrmpnnd lug lore J..km-. the :Sirixla alone A
Eleanor Mill. .1.-rrPIIldent ; king;. baa returned from a trip tu with those of all: citizens whom he J Nllle was reiched Deretised aa re he became suddenlt 111 asthe shyer! In Urixkltn :V Y. und a

Mr Stuart ltet..er. aerretart Mlm 'the north which l>y his appearance| has heard express an opinion ou the 'dP1 us one of the be.t fire fight. renult of tpeaklng In the unrtnlohed I' mother In Norm it survive him I:

Jewel) Button. tr'avnrerfo 1 aeeni lo have agreed with him He subject ITU in the rountr He wa* a prom- I II building und started to his The coroners. Jury after viewing' 'b

t: ;)homore* Mr Frank Blanton can not get; mined If any one now A man Is note necessarily a dog I llnent Elk and the JaikKonvllle or home in Georgia for this r.,aonRrr the body yesterday morning;. ad ;'

president SI\n\ Am* Smith. tlce-president ('.11. him fattt i I I nor a drunkard because he wears ''ganliation had charge of the I body- I Journed until 4 0 lock this afte'.
Id Ramser, ."secretar Mr. H S King bill started to more ,overalls and has been working d..11In i( while there furnishing an e..t lam P Jones wa* about niit noon when they will meet al the of. i
'ld'U : 'I Into his residence here from Kl from the five tears of age and resided atCarttrsrille flee of Justice.
l:1: Miss Hull 1. mapurer new the "k4'',.. The writer hat son I undertaking tsial llsbment I Hill ;and render a verdiet I
t'Tf>sbm..alr I harle.. Dillon pnes- Lauderdale Mr King la foremanon men arrested on several oct unions |,Ica i the d..|>ot.I Ga He can a reform,.. i It I is th"uicht: the verdict will 1

Ident \I r. Wil on Robinson vice'president. the dtrdiclng; operations here,cutting whom he knows to bP |laeceabie. i drunkard and had been prea<'hlnn l.e that derea*..I came lo his deals itt

t M"'a Laura Ju' lI..r. iiecre-' a canal from the swan to tbe.town hard, working .la.-a'id4': ; (l It'z.' ns. |I Mt MlldreU Ahlt rel'l.rsted h"r for about I..nll-n year touring: 'bv drowning is there Is no evidence i

tare Mica Gladys lists-I' r treasurer.is not because th'v were intoxicated" hlrtbdat on Saturday nigh: at b propheated the high school bast' Mr W. S hands la putting la a bat because Ib.'oll..D.lan\ recelte j j I mother home on :Ninth street a during that timer

halt team beat the Miami team 5 t* large acreage of celery. which. In ft .00 for their arrest On one orj '! ..nt..rlalnln,; a number ->f frlen rsu'lrted I He was the founder of the orphan Hill More lo JarkMMirilt.

.. 0 Ut neek We sill I give the Ml the punt has proven a very success j cation two men who arc emplotea bv her mother and Mlsi :Nat asylum at IVcatnr. Ga. six miles Mrs J. A Armstrong has sold her {

f. urn! team r.noiher chance, however, fnl crop In this section Meur. on the Extension (and who urnI'partlcul.rl Merrill Music. and popn'ar! gan.4occupied from .Atlanta and had devoted Late lease and part of the. furnishing ia >

on Thursdaytr I II McComb A Blackman are also plantlng ,. under the writers notkeat the evening: and later .lellcloiis life to Us furtherance and maintenance the .Arlington Hotel and with! Mr

| ten acres i[ they were old emplovee! came to I cake and Ice ,'r< iti wa. are spending a greater amour Armstroag. will be a guest at tb
WovaMla. Hnilcen sad Ham 1 Among other Imqrorementa of a Miami from the .keys for a day and ed The double parlors were throw itogether I of hi. Income In Its support He was Southern Hotel until Mr Armstrong ;
1 antiseptic drealniv public nature la tbe proponed lighting -' half of recreation' a magnetic speaker and one rt th.foremost .. rises l
B) applying: an a and r.oI. They and prettily lecorated In can out his grocery buiinenswhen 1.
iK towounda.brntaP'.'. burn and like lilt plant which will be started wlthln had plenty of good hard earned palm leaves and rlnrs MU MIIJl\ vfrecelred I men of the present day they will gn to Jarkwmvl. .

jrlf before Inflammation acts In ,{ a few wnekaThortHighly !I money In their -nncketa a beautiful apartment ot I traveling extenalvelr and holdiag re to reside fI.... Ra Irmstrring left it

ther mat be b..alt'dthout mature 'They went to the only place In presents The orca"'"on ems One of viral meeting In different {part o.the for Ja< kllOno\lip| Studs' md wtii'I boo '

t, lion and In about one-third the' time I"po>ttile I town where they are welcome (except the merriest and most, ,iltisint n' country the guest: of friends the re I.nlll I .In. <\
required bf the old treatment Thin Mr Charles Beret special agentof the Jail ) --Ihe ",last and parties and all were toe h lo leas I A little more than a year ago V. bv her parents Th. \rm..n

t. I* the greatest dlacoterr and triumph t the Gamewell Fire' Alarm Sratem I spent the evening They went to at the seasonable hour of bait pep Jone tilted Miami hnrt deiit.ren tnoted to Miami a >..ar or m.e. .., .t .
t pf modern surgery Chamberlain Ia t! who was In this city last week en |la hotel and spent the jiirni .In its ten lecturin the who"! audit' from Ja"kM.nvtlr) shore Mr X .

Pain Balm acts on the same prlnclple route north from Key Red arrived morning they came do" n to *.... ium He can. .'ll|| known thro'Kh- strong!: had been engaged: in 1"u.,iniM. Y
It ta IIn antiseptic and .when In Jacksonville lat Saturday morn ( When the bowl wan lo lone. and "'ull.-d lo l>Jan Pity out the stai. and hi* death win tJt'I" for a number of a.rs' tl. t '

s.. applied t to fnch Injuries, causes them Inc In eaklng| of his visit toJacknonltllf finding thet had two hour sent i|I H it Hu..et.. stenographer: In tofTie kern. 1 blow t.> the entire ,Country en5r'. In M ,n.' III' r'u nil'. I.

to heel l T..ft qutckU It also allays the Time t'nlon of |lck far a fare*.'II drink Th"> rt.tarmd .- ': of list mon' lit \Iktncon. sa a I IMr h.n This Lain nub niin'. ,- Av

the lain .r\d\ Horenem and prTpmHnt '''' I..rdll' o-nlng nays: "En route to the whirf In an hour -tilltob.r r.ll'd In hl. h >ni.' 't Plint 1"11) I 1..1Frf I":......tlnc h. r. s h i r. g' t' h. i ,t. I 'i, '
of blood poisonIng: KeepbottI. Jacksonville the or at 1 bust not "m'n'I' rotta..p I -h .
danger to Damewrll agent in- .
a I. o< Pain Bafm In your horn .-d K i-hort while In Miami 'cMc-ilcd to warrant th, Ir irr.et a. InK that his fith-r .wh.wr. home Ii l lw I. I ew.. Ill" if tis I h ,vlnl hiving!; a beItlf .,. ,1 hnl""

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no' to mention Inconvenience 0\ H.. Mit.d tint the dfnart"rnt | They ,laid down on a pile of lumtHrto ;:, thin mornir from 15ripv( I j' nrvll n.ol w ,it''rhe ..I:. n"ra1I' i'un hawwl 1 I n."f.ur..
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end >iff>'rtng *u> I intnrl'entnll pn'1 'ts tnt.in. at Mlnnil. I MhoriuzMt wait for their tarot In ten min ,i ilit" elated th.., his f'h"r w ,, 'tliII i a I 1.1: -' ', [I' ,I. r-''''r. '. r
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I 14' HE'lm" Helm . M"nb..nt. 1311uo !9 UU" 4 II 1 'I", In. C .ID'. Agent :l i0

14Y A \\ III. . Pool able. 10.11 !SnJ.U i 21.1.! II 1. M..I".II.tli kuftl

1\ \\' G Jl rhrnzir; a Hnr K P.taurant. s v, v UV. : lire Ins. Co
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of Ccunty Judge and Tax Collector, of Licenses 1:01 J II Harr. . I..rob..n'.II""" 3"1.1 1..o" : W I ),I"ll..r. \/1:1/: gun 4

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: .:. \\ Fur iohir. Compan) \l. n nalll f'nn'I.) Ii 110 3 of .' \\ I hll .Pr. .\0(. 1'1'0"I

:\ S.II. .. .\.1 I4U 1'1't.. l '.'n"tI } I :.r; \hll"r': (''''"'I>WIl) \Io'l'<'h..nl 80u .0u'" J" I \\.I-h Fire lue. .
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1 :' ; ..' to1 \U ..t, . L.tndK,'nt. .11)1''U r Ito I : ; .. ".. ''b..uu6 Chi""s. I."D..I'. ) 'e I II..) J ud

I Anthfl' -Kunith I'CI 'rlrr/hant' . 1.011: : ;;err'I 1.r;; J. U. E RJr.herdt.. { . . :l1en h.. u' i I"".1 3.1)1)! ..u \\ I ...".. .\ I ;-';. llrat .4.

1"01! )t. II h.h I. . 1 10 -.r I''' ".,
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,rre } a Ih'rrll'lt' )ld' b..nt . a 111/ 1 ;SV II\\.n Ins "I'Dr.ln..l.'o \ oY.
u'JobnbOO I'.U P H Knld.1 . \1.. .. h..ol fLV00 1.11" Ii uU ., 1 Slrttalt. AKorlh: : : :;
3 It Merchant . 3 ul/ 1 .II

161ltllers a UulEulD . . ,./tr.h..nl iouu..1, 3"" ; . . .
4 t..rlCln" I'Clm"an Liquor I"'al"r. . ;'00),1Zil: / 011r. .10.. Alt'nt. . ::5. .
I 162 Jrxl I. \Dauhatty I..rlh..nl. i1vJu. a 1111 t.a. 3du. N 1 ) tcrlt ; '
I ct 11.oorth
\\.j lto'n i MIN>dy Mrr('hant. . b rU :I Oil

I I 108.1' J111atru . .I.h..r Stable Ito 4 b. '\ ...1 L' of bl . rT;
uurnrr Co . .
G 1.la U Lokwood . HolE'1. . IS."O : ..SUKamer .In.CrDt :l SO

7 tlrus . Merchant . 3 vU 1 ;U 164 r. J eLmptI.: . ".r..II..Dt. 111'11. r. GO :lIUiii alii N I I..tcalt. AI' 11''au--

:>. 0 {' l.adar. . : : . 110110." 3 011 1..0 4ri.ee
I.h..hl" Fire . . .
Ii J'bD Um"1!: . Merchant . 3 Vv 1.11) IU. I Ir a \g..nt. 2.". .;.
111 Ii. B ol Putter . . . MrnhaDt 1111011. 31111 1,11 I .I0_ \\ 1 :u.ll'rll, All. 1JVrr- .
V Clarence S l'ook . . Liquor IJ..I"'r. . .5110.011 250.01/
I I6:. J. F'. Ftlantun . . f..rcbanl. 1111110.{ 3 -0 1.: ) d
1..1 Lu.NVr . .
1 II J N Klthbourl!: . \Liquor Dealer . .51Oil 25U.0U; I .c .ID'. "I"nt. Z..II"
161J. W {tirhlrour . . 1 pi tab In bar room LU uJ :. vu
11 J" AlltrCl' . . Llqllor n.'al..r . SIIII 041 ;;n".ollI I
1 16Y.t! E. Grubo-r. . . lfetthant. 126,000. i. II') 11\ 1/.1: Jill \\' I )lletealt A t. Nome 'f
Ii t. I.t"r.. Co . Liquor Dealer .5111 011 % 5111111 <
111. \l.\ E. Gruber. . . Fire Arm. . UI" .11)JI
u\" 1 r tirq us . .
13 L N liun.hardt . Merchant . :a'II 1..11 I .In.. \g"nt. %.'" .
t. W.1111.. . . . 1pl.t.b.nutfDUlr 1rU/ .. ..hIla. Jj.,. II I .11a. lIartforJ
14 "'HI z.apt . . LIquor Dealer . 3 110 1 5u1S t.ai..AEt.
.I H. Campbell. . . Merchant, 1301lu b u9 4 r,1Ila. tire L.. .
tlrltb: l'ICIt 1'0. S J :liorrtx Clglt Factory . .CS 13 hi. Al1'pnt.: 2...
i J II. JollllllOn. . . M..rcbanl. 1\11110. 3110 1.11 .I".. N I ) .
.le.tll.(1. '
16 W A 13s11. : . Land 'e..nt. . 10.011 5 UIII' .
1:1. J. H. Juhnsoo. . . LI\ Stable Ito 4 h u. ,J JIS. .
Fiumesue .
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': N A Ball . . "' ..rcllaDt. . 3.01/ l.sIII 1 tuft .Ins. \lIpDt.: Z.$" .
J. A. Br..nt. . . Mrrchrnl 1111'"J. 3110 1.1 J'J. W 1 .loa..".II. \Kl. GI"DO'
1 S J l' t.autb..r . .1.I'p"r laal..r SOli 00 SU0.00 4 'f
I a. J 0 Hurst . . Mrrckani i1v00. 3 110 1 :51) !t'.I1 Frr .r. . . .
5t)0 1 I Ins A.ot. ,
I' C It N ton a l'o . LIquor Dealer 1111 % >0.00 S.\o.!
1:7: 'IV. J Grua . 1..l'tbanl.: 81000. 300 1 511 3us. W I )1"It'aU.tlL Comm.t .
20 I' H \\ arson a l'o . Liquor H..U..r . 501) 1/11 250.U0 "
1:0. lotnh,1 P..IlCk oi: COOlI'30)' \lrrchant 1211011. 6 III' 3 UU1.Y. olou t .r" ... . Ins 1 t.3VY t.
21 I l.: H N Iton "l'o. Liquor haler..500 1/11 Uu 011 \II"nl.: %.50

K1 )( ;I<'y" . 1) 2 % li II 0 (:.PtI . . I"r..hant . 3 Oil 1.115 a.
I"". \\ It Mn... .. AgentC P. Brhlu. ,. . .
tire .
23 A it Chapman . Liquor 1)ealer..50u VU %:'IIUII II Ina A.nt. . 2 50 '
\\I W'IIE'rWor". . . Water \Vorks : :; iii:) 7.n ,I i 3111. W I. lurtaltgrnt Aetna
:4 N A Ltollfot . .M..rcbanl . . 3.110 I.S11
1 1-1. W {n Mx./x. Agent . Land Agent . 111 III" : rite 111. . . .
2 ; (.orRP." rapt . Liquor !"'P.ler..500.00 % 3000tieorge "j'I Ins ."."lIt. . Z Sr. '
-2 \\ H )1.....,.. 1St.'; On!. Am all w. I. .
Metcalf Atlas
: .. z..pt. . . .I..Iquor lPaloi'r . '.'III.UII 2'J 11" AKt. rs
.5 ... ('o . . . Ina AIt'Dt. . :: is 1 r'lrr lot . . .
:: F'rnl. (JAI't . !fawn IIro..r.. .1".110 flUUO Ins Agent: 2 ;It JI
IJ W. H. Mu. ..Ir Aj1 'ontID"II'
31.. t; E. t"lOrd
: )'rusk! u.I'-I' . F'I.rm. . .10110 =a>> 00'S k C II.MnK\ Nov Pirkout sec It 500 25.., .

t..1 Ille eom"all: . Ira AIt'IIt. . ,:. 013. K F.. Stafford ok l' 1T..1I1C\ .
Jamie BatnPT, . . :II..nhanl . 3011 I ;S0; Throw lIall. iw c It 5 I,1/ 2 51) :
114 W. H. IU/oo''''. AK' Fireuriri !- .114. C. D. 1..If"'r." . i
: ., 'I.ml In4 tII II 'n k Sa1"'ID ( Bank . IU.II" 5 Uuxl \I..r..hant. 130x0 !lI/0 4.50 :

Fund Ins . . IL' Ag..nl. . 2 :S a. :.. J. 11. 'olford. . . =
)1..rrbaDI. .
.lames Paulsen . liquor I..al..r. . 5nn 1111 25ifo.1 1I0llu 3 Oil 1 5.
I' i; W I H \Io.e.ct.. German 4)0) K E. Stafford
32 Stokes a 1imms . . I..rcban\ . . 3 no 1.511 40: C. H Lang Die 'Iocb. T. 1111 2 30
\m..rtran IDr. (n . . .:ia Agent . ; S'" Jl ;. L. T. tlull..ud..r a, Cu '
3 \sm Stm"son l.o. . M..rcll DI. . 3 vU 1 5.1 M..rrbant. 150nll .IS 01/ j 50
1.6 1\ It 10tI"1 AI1:!. S. Y.l'nd..r..iI.btE'u 011. C. 1(111 . . .
34 M.ural Lltor sFy. . . .(UIParant . 5..111 %.5u Ierrhanl. 1111.10 3.UII 1 bU
In. ('o . . Inc Aqr..: . 1 0.4, 319. Fred Alien' . . . :ItI..rtb.Dt. 11000
3" (seder \\.lkfOr. . . Restaurant . 5.1111 2 50 I) 300 1 SIIJZtJ.
I- W. It Moses. Alt. NorwibPaton )I. \\1Iaun. . . : :
YI l'df'f' Nalker . If'rchant. . . I 011 1.501 )!ferchant 110011 : ,) 130 3
Fire ins. . . .IDI AC" l. :2 "III" :3:1.I !l. llaoD. . . Restaurant L. 20. S
00 2 50
t l Burro : .Merchant . 3 00 1 Su

n H P. Brinntng : : : : : : : Lawrr : : : : 10.00 .500 W K IOR" Ago Phlla. 323. J. B. '\loairy. ShootlR Gallery 1300 7 SO : '

I'Ddfr. rl\t'r In. . . 2 .. : : : : : : :
loa1..0.. . 323. H. .. lllcktn. 50"
Restaurant 1.
219. S
U J U J hhon . . .R+tuurant %0. 6.110 Z.50 00 2
1'9. Wit. ;Moses. ACI 8 Paul 3U. J. H. Dnid80I1. . . .
4tl M : Ford . 5" Hotel 4 50 rooms 15 00 7 U
C . Merchant 11000 I 00 1
. F'Irea: M. (Ins . . . Ins .....1' . l :;11 I 325. T. Badgeley. . . . l4ereaaat. 1111'10' 300
41 VC" All I lIOn . . Rntanr.llt. %0. . fI 00 Z.SO 1.5'
1V. .S
111" H. lo"'lI. ARt.; hl.rlhg- JlI: > 8. Kicking . . . .
It t. 1 Hudson . . I.. )E'r. . . 111.011 5.011 .erchaDt. 110011 100 1 :ill a
AcId F. k M. (Ins. . . Ins AI..nt. . 2.5 U JZ B. A. Cum))" . . . )ercbaat 111/110 .
U N m :- \\00<1. . . .1.louot (k>II..r. . 6uO.00 61111.0U 1. s32x.
\II \. W. K Moses. Ag!. Aa.uranr"eo C. 81enuoD. . . .
Hotel 110 la 1Sr. 5.00 2.5.
4' LtebPCca t4c . 1.50
Untdman. S3e'rcbant. 110011. 300 .
.a Am . . .
IDJ AceDt. . Z n ,. J. T. F'epyttn 11edIIeld. .
4" oJ I. Uowltng. . .. 5111 Restaurant L 20. S 00 S.U
oPnhnt. $1000. 100 I. "
W. W. StantoD. .
It % .
\\.11'. SLab. Ito 4 h. 500 2 5 u 330. J. P. Ifsrper .
4.. _9'he t-Irkta l.'ompaDY. . 4crchent. $3000. Villi 4.11 0 193. 3. E. : i : : : : : : 1erchant. $1000 3.00
Har..lrk. . ME'nbant. $10''). S.UII 1.511 ( 301. Seminole Club..Llgnor: : : : ::
lam.10000 5 .
4- A. N Coats: . . Mf'rcbant. $1000. 3.1111 1.b 0
114. M. T )llarlfn . Merchaet. 1111110. 3.110 .1-) %. .8. L. Uuter. . . .
Ina Agent . .
4' Iit'.a Bros . . Merchant $1000. 3.0.0 1.+v U5. J. I. J.It. .
Mlr!: Palm Vista U'I 3J. A. I. Vidal. .

4Y t.\: liPatIP . . Hotel. H tt' 25 r 111.00 6.00 Cilib. . . . . . Liquor dealer I a 5 f 100.00 3)4.: G. V.: GaOkln.: : : : : : : : : Merchant.Boding Alley.$1000. .. I 15.00 3.0 ; :

5") Harden .Merchant ..
a Stncland. U OOU. 3.00 1.5 1I '
1116. Carroll Clark . . .
Merchant 12.0110 .6 04 3 uO Joi: \V. E.: Nq..eru. .n'baDI.UIII/O
61 J. 1r Howard . . ME'rcb.1Dt. $1000. 1.1111 l.ofU SOO l.au
191. ).1. T. MarUn. . .
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tlbooUDI( Gallery. 1500 7.at I 336. Woodall. Darll.. k
5% J N Howard . R..I.ur.nl. 211. 6.041 Z.flO tt'1111am..SkatleR Risk 15 00 1 St :.
53 190. Sewell Bro. . . . Merchant. ""1111. Hut :7 1111. 337. C. Sbulta . . . )Mrrchant tlI11.10. a.llo 100
t' tkTueca a Company..Sferchaat. UOOo 100 1.511 .
191. s..11 Bros . . .
Kercbaat 1111011 3.110 371 a. B. C. .
f'4 Of'O U. t4atltb . . .ME'rcbant. 11001/ 3.00 1. $ Hot..l. 15 Nom. 5.011 S.50 i
ii %011. Gro1'.r. . . .
A. }tote!. T. 15 r. . 5..t 3U. ]. H. (Chamberlain! . .
M..rchanl. 111/00 1.00 ,
55 \\ t;. tI-'ope. . . Mrrcban 130110 t.OO 4.511 $50 _
201. h' "'/ Bardlne. . . Merchant 15000. 15.10 1'1 310. llaml ADtomoblle COOlp.D .
5. IIldor : . U1'.r. Ito 1 h. 5.80 S.'"
lOItf'D . Mercbant. $2uUU. 6.00 3.1/0
202. 30n.\.I. . t
. .W..rcto.nt.11000 3.00 .141. Hurst t Heckey. . .
51 S W S..Ia. . . Re. aurant. %0. .110 2.50 Kerchaa 110011 300 1 S.
203. W. A. Walt . . .
Merchant 110011. 1.00 3U. l1. Cr_ . . . .
.1oI..rehnl. 111100. SOO 1.511
5t.1_ Dabney. . . Restaurant 20. 5.110 2.50 d
2UA. B. Walt H.
tr..fere4. ..IU.m.. S. Wood. . .
51 8. ... I 'rkzler . 3.oA Theater ;\Ilr. . 100Q 5.Of r
. . Merchant. $100u. 1.511
D. Braddock . . . .Merchant.1I000 i} SOO 1.5.. 311. Wm S. \\.ood. . . Hotel 1.. 1St. 5.011 S.5" ,
CO Loulata t t'rttcllard. . W..rcbant. U 000. S.OO 1 50C1
Z06. 1' H. Or.,. Act. Aetna :345. T. N. Moore . . . Hotel( 25
to 501' 15 00 7.5'
3. A. 4V; tower. . . Kerch&Dt 11000. 3.00 1.50 Hartford . . . . : 41. a.
Fat. Acnt. . 2.SrJ' '' R. A. Coachmn. . Kertbaat .1101/ 3 ell
U Bowen Hf9a.. . ....rca..llt. 12111111. 1.1/11 ".II 1.U .
2111. 8raDDID. . . .
Brqs. .Merchant 11 0.0110. SO 00 1 S.v V II;. H. T. Hamilton . . Kerchaat. IhOO. SOO I.U
n .I C. \ ereD . . Kercbae 110011. S.08 1.fll4 I -
20 i. 6allna Sa.'a. . . '
Merchant. 12000. .oe' 3011ZIIII. 3U.. C. D. Dnd. . . Yet'cbaat. $100 300 1.50 ?
l.'lark. H.ll1'ht.: . . Mf09'Cbant. $2000. '.1111 3.1/11
I. T. N'ecbe . . . "
.SlolIuhID.; . 5.eO' 2.5 0 02v1. p l ii. Paint Pharmacy . . llerrAsat. 11000 ..00 so .
IS J. A. nt e{ _. . M..rchallt. 11 eo II . a.oo 1.5Q I j 1
,4tt > 1..1. Fitter' . . . .
Kerehant 111100. 30tl 1.5 0 ;360. O. A. S/nller. . . Hotl! :as r. . .1000 5. I i
4i ,}j.; D s ko bU'p. . ... ... .Nerrhaot. I1l1iO. J.OO 1.- ""
.r I 310. R. W Rhodes . . . 33C. W.
fprcbant. 16000. 18.110 '.II HO..I1. . .1 l t.b.
)1.. t- $. HIlliarl.t..c. .. .', ......rcbaD'. U 0011. S.OIl l.fI-. Dot ID bar. 111011 5.""
% 11. Walter Kltcblnl . . .
.M..rcbant. 1'600.I.IIO! "IIU 352. C.1' Ro..an. . ,. . .RestauraDt
L.20. 6.011 2.30
U Lak.o"'b I"I'cML.Go. ,. L UOOI/ . 3...O .
: erclyyat. 1,5ef. V S U. B. W. Brown . :
.Merchant. 11000. 1.00 1.H : S3. W. M. I1It.ball'. . .
: J \\' !'re cit. . . brcb..t. 111100. 3.60 t.50 ff'rcllnt. I 1.11. S Oil 1 30II
Z13. 3. A. Arm tronc. . '
.Hot..l. L 15 room. SilO Z5' I 351. J. A. N'orMy.. . l/erehant
'0 J N H.tpPt' . . .W..rcb..t.1101l1l. 1.011 1.5u 111111 S.OO 1 5.}
214. Armstrong Gnrcery Co .alerchaat 11000 3.00 15 Y 3.... F1nme1 a Co. . . )(
'71 H. A Huwn . . M"rcll..t. 110011. S.OIl 1..11i : I erchaa 11"11. 3eO I SV
: : : : : : .
215. Ceo. K. Baler. . : : : : :
Merchant 11000 3.00 13)) I of Ii. R. "Ibur, . Restaurant L 20 S 00 2 3

:0 T M1teaell Merchant' $1000. 3.UJ .: .% H. teary Ow..aa. ., .t . ..2 pI. t.I Dot IA bar. 20.011 11111111 I I. :. J N' Grace. . . )I..rrhaol.1101/ ".
: : : : : : : : : : : ? 3.1111 I.S"
K .
!! Cbinrse Taundry. 10.00 5 0
217. 8. F. B.Ut'r. . . lr1
(H'rhant.110'0. 3.110 1 b V L. B. Bo.d. . Merchant .
I1l1e. .
H. C. W tk'blllldt. . . kHtaur..t. %0. fI.eo 300 1511 ,
2 ill I
% 1H. "o..l..r BrOl. . . . Merchant 1111011 lUll 1 5.. 3U. W. T. Sunan. .Tb..tre Mgr L 5000
1081) S.t
15 i'raDOHfI W'uhlalttoll. . RfO.UUUDI. 20 6 00 Z $0 % 19. A. 11. . . H\I.
Saways. ..
Merchant. $1000 3 1111 1 fill 1-: St..rt. . )I..reh.I1ltll. 3 O' 1.50

7 76.:. L.alnbart a Potter.; : : : : : Merchant.: III ?IIOo" 18.00 9.0: %%0. W. A. Darklll. . !. . M..rrhant. 1104.10 11111 15" I 351. HenlY 0"f'1I. . . Restaurant . 5110 2.10
Sprott a COmpiay Merchant : 6 00 3.ur ::
u :221.: Anthony DrOOl. . . 30.:. t4. Im.ma.
M..rchant. 11000. 180. 10'') . . Merchant 1104) 11111 I SO
74: "lbov' BrOIl. . M"rr hant. $2000. '.00 11111j'
222. 8. W. Saundera. . . aerchant. 1111110 3.UII l.SI1 063. A. \.111I. . . 3erchant i1vV. .
FPiater. 31/11
. I 150 "
A. T .M..rchant.11000. 1.00 1.50
223. >S. B. Aullll1an. . . Steam LauDry. .1000 511.. 361. Chase a Harney. 1e.. Horb..wtt'r ..

80 W B. Barber. . . Mercbaot 11001S.OO 1 "U %% 4. J. W. he. .-y
. . .
Merchant 11000. S.OO 1.50 German t"lrt' Ii.. Co: .In. Agent . 2.5v'

11. Summerall K1eg..Kercbant. $1000. S.OO 1.511 225. E. K. Tanaka . . ;\I.rt'b&llt. 11000. 1.1/11 1.511 1 U" Chase a ifaraey. .t St. A..IDa ,

III J. 8 Sereeew . . N..rcbant. $2000. 011 1.011 .
U' Magic' tlhooUna Gallery . hootlDI Gallery .15.011 7.50 Fire In.. ('0. . . In. ,PDt. . e
113 U. A. AlleII. . . .1.aDd at. . 2.5. 11
Ac 11/,00 5.vII
% % 7. t. .
e.lIold. . . Kerehant. 111100 1.110 1.511 3U. Cbsse a, HarIM, 'It- t>b._
114 LPe Bros . . . l"rehaDt. 11 800. 3.VII 1..
v U8. T. \.rauIAoo. .j
. ntz
tI.rc'1100.. S 00 1.511 Fire IDsl'e. . .Ia.. Apat. .
tiS II:;. I.. Brady a Co. . . .W..rchlllt. $5000. IUO 7.60 Ut"
2U: E. Lugmus. . . Merchant 14000. 12.00 1.0 367. Clan a Ilarney. At. :.4mer1-

liS J. ... KeY . . . Merchant 11000. I.uv .. v
I. UII. J. E4w.ra. . . . .
K.rchvat 11000 1.00 1.50 can Ins Co. . I... APDt. . 3.10
1Jl'raa1t Woodward . . Kerebaat $1000. S.I/II 1.fllI U1. Andrew BDllard. . SUo .
Ch. .
Y reha.:t. '1000 S.OO : 1U2. 1\', a Hara.11.. BrttO

xf E. T. WIIU.'lOa.' . . Kercbant. 11000. 1.1111 1.DII E. Mesa . . . .1 lab Firen.. (' .
U. pl. t.b. Dot ID bar. 11/.00 5.0 0. . . ID" 'Iut. . a." :
C A WOOCInaf. . . .Merchant 11000. S.I/II l..vtC
+ 223. J. .., Elliott . . .Merchant 12000. 1.00 SU Chew 0\ Ifartley. Aqt. lIart ;..
!. C. A. Vloodn! . . MercbaDt. 14000. 12 '..VOt1 till :
.0\ S1Nelson; Hoetoa. . . '. ford
( Fire III. Co. .
e-ehaot 11000 S.OO 1 . fD. APDt. . '1)
O. N. BII_' . . Merchant 11 00. S.IIV 1.5 u
TooneaiThompwD. . Merchant 111100 S.OO 1.50 CS... a Haro.y. Agt. ;. BHtV

:;. Joe Hardgra.e Reynolds.! 'Holly.. : : : : : : : S1crchiat.Merchant: IIIZ'oOoOel,'. 3.00 6.00: 1.U 1.5: : 2IC. I. Cohen 4/; Co.. error cane. Merchant 12000. '.00 i.u nd Mercantile Ina. Co. : . .ID" Apat. . 2.U A1n

237. EUI"a Portf'f' . .llerch.ot. 11000 S 00 1. Chase Harney. Act. 808
94 1. B .dl"'t . . W..rcb.at. 11000. l.uO .. 1.50 .
I. v U8. Jobs s..bold. . . FIre lilt. Co. .
K.rchaat 11000 3 00 1511 .ID'. Apat. . 1.111"'J
IS "
Albert Kaarm.Dn. . Merchant 110110. 1.110 la
v U' E. W. :
WoocIlOn. . llerchaat $1000. : S.uO 112. Char 0HarlM''', Altt Amer- l'
C M M.ran. . ins. . 1.511 i
. PDt. 2.5'
210. tIophl..Franc.. . . Iran 4 lot Newark S.
9': Oeo K.ra Edward..l't'b.Dt. 11000. SOO I.IV .ltHlauralltL..JO. 5.110 :; J J Firs lee .lD. A..t. : 2 S" ;*

241. BUlc..neLambf'r.8up.0..M..rcbant.! Us Chaw a Hani F1dei1ty '
$1000. Ag! -
h !!. N' ltroWD. . . Merchaet 11 eoo. S.IIO I.flvn. .OO 2.1)1 ;a
24 %. WI.ml Novelty Works . a +
lerchaDt. 111/00 1.00 Casualty Co of S 1' I.. APDt. .
2 iO
0..0. 4. Toni . . Merchant. 11 000. S.IIII I.fll111 0
2tS. J..I. Hurd. . . Restaurant 1.. %0. 500 314. Chase a Ham"l1't.: F'1.

\ Succa.s urucPry Co. . Merchaet" 11000. S.UI15" % 44. 1'. Tro."I. . . .
dellty a
R..laurant I.. 20 5.04.1 2.DI) Deposit C SurMY' Ins Inll ., noDI. 2 50
.. 101 Mdtae A Co. . I..rrbnt. .
120110. I
00 3.1I
% 45. O._ F. Ikbn..lclt'r. . . l.i.ery Sib.. 4 br. $.00 2 s., "5. M. Uowla. .L. Kercbaa' 1400. 100 1 ,S" ..
102 8tr..b MPr'
.' a 'ompaDy. . hant. 111.000. 32110 11 Oil I
% U. _! red Starry. Mgr Br..al"ra!: Hotel over 200 rot..150 00 is 0'1 n. M. T. Mill.el\ . Skating Rnlk 15 00 1 50 "i
I J3 Stranahan
'ompaD . Fire Arm. . 10.00 5.00 H7.
FI't'd.81..rry.ItIl1'r.llrE'akE'tI.: : M..l't'lIDt.UOOO. tllO 37' G. F. Schneder Son W"rchanl. 1100. 100
j l.)4 East Cout Furtnture Mprtbant. 1..0 1 U :*::.
Co 11 001) 1.011 1.1jll
218. H. B. Johnson . KSrrhaat 11000 3.00 1 :; 37 t. G.L' W.lkpr. . :t pool tables . .2000 11110
L 'onal.lllla" . . )."'r b'n' 1100A 3uII 1.5 v tj
219. D. W ('I\ton. Co. . Kerehant 11080 3.00 37:?. M. W Rldd..11 Theatre )Iltr. III '
5 041
1" 1 Gordon. M..nhotn. 1 r. rr.l ';
,, 11.011. 3 00 150In % ..0. J. E. Clark. . . R..t. {PSS than tOr. 5.00 1/1 300. G. F hn..I.JE'r I: Ron 110..1 I. :10 l3 01/
25: 1 :SU a.
: tlPh/ib Jane Pare: . IIP.laurant 2., 5011
%.5" '
251. d. Schneider! . . . .IJYt'ry Ito r hot fI.IIO 30 { J \ clX.r" : Fe 1 : b

HIS Amy 8oDIM'r Restaurant. 20 . 5 1111 2 511 232. Bun Bru. . . . Doc I: Pony Show. 10.011 5.1 2 5 302 \.Oj.\Shuor . llrreh.n, /"h; 3 I),) 1 : ;\
1): 9 K E Stafford! C bool\e '
A )( Lang : C'lle 15.110
.0 : U. Fsoale fllth..lI. I . Rp.llllr.nt L. 20. 5 00 Z 50: ; 33 Charlie Jim. . .1110.... lya ..Ary III 01/
110 J ST., k'r. . . llerrhon: 1111"" 3.1111 1..... S'IO
a I
% U. J F Sa1l0D I Co. . . 3H. Chase
a .
: "rr-lta.t. 11'" fI S.IIO Ls lI.rn..y. M..rrhaDt. $111.1" S "300 lad I 1
I ;
.I01f'ph Bnnb3m . . M..rchAn' 11000. S."II I
l.Sv 333. Fred Starry. Mgr . LIquor Dealer . .511" II" 5uII 305! F E. Talmall: . S01'.lty I'lrkuut S oe
112 8 E Earm.n . Holt'l. 12r . 5.00 2.5 0 11111 2 30) 'e
231. HatcbfOlt.lP Camera Hd. ('0. t IrE' Arms . 10 30d. Barof.lI . Merchant. 111111. 3 '
00 6.011 00 !
11. E GoOlpb. 1 ;S'r
. . 'll1'lIr: Factory I bl! .23 IS
) 15 :. HoYDlon HoI..1. . Hotel 25 to 50r. 1500 :: ..11'' 307. S. H. RIchmond. . . Land Agent! taOl/ ..381)o ',
114 R G Lc. . . . Mpn-hant. .000 . 3
00 1.511
%51. J H. 'b"atl.m. . . 3 \ 8. Sparrow . .
11'. E E.Woo4aoll. . . . )Merhaot $1000. S'IIII M rc'bant. lzellO i 1111 3 0 i Pella . U 01) 12 'It I h;
l'fI % 51. aft .' Wb..lfOr. . . I 349 R D .
kp.laurant. L. %0. S 00 2 5,0 Taylor . . M..r..hanl. 11.,0 I '10 I ,1) "
1 ; 6 0..0 oIODIOf,>s . . Merchant. -8:000.
3.011 1.511 % 60. J. N Iwn! . . KPetanrant t. %0. 5.110 390V Allbrlton Merchant IUIIII
17! G W 2 3 0" J tq
Idll"r" Son. . .M..rrbul. 11000. S.I/O : .01
1.511 %11. Lydia Good.ID. . . I :lU J. K Peacock .
.Kercha HotE'l.
t3000 2' .
S De > 5 lilt
118 C: C Carroll . . . Land Agent . 10.00 5011. 1 2 'It
% 62. t3reenleaf Crosby . W..rcbad't. 3J2 B. F. Dotot..r. . M"r
I1I1.II'jll. hllDt.
l' \\I P R TurmlD . . . oI..r..h"nr. 1104)0. 300 I.b V 300)11 15 O .I I 111100 J 110 I.aY
2U. O"nlp.f oi . 313! t' John..D. .
: Crorpy. M..rrhanl 14111111 Menhant. $1000 3 110
1:0 Hk..r: A Holmes . Merchant 110.000. SOOO 1.09 6 III/I/ I 110
150 0 264. O"'f'DIE'af'' ('rOlob) . Iprtbant. 13000. 31. MiamI Fish ('om ,. . $ Ivov
1 90"" 4 SII pan oI..r..ha9t. 3 00 I ,
' 1 Sb".n" Co . . oI..nh..u. 1111011 rq
luO 1.a l lPaton v % 65. Brach Club. . . lerrhaDt. IIullo 31111 345 J G DoI uls . llerrhant. 1111" 3 00
I : Hack M"ITb..nt. 1 a u I .11 A
11/011./ .
000 1.1/0 266. Beach . Restaurant 39' II T'hal"r. . \f"rrhanl.
1:3 A Ii snare. . Merchant uhb. 20. 15 AO i 5 $3AVq !l1)/j 4 Su ..
111100. .
, 100 1.5 C 267.: Beach (' . : ( I.r I IUS. 31\:. J )1 1I0lltlLI!: M"r. h..n.
24 Tayn.rd a $on. . . 1..rrhaDt. 1000. 600 -gone SUO' 00 5 i... 0 $ IUOU 3 ''III I ...,

lit 3U O1 J M 1I1n1t1E' a ('om!>..n) 1..rcbaDt. 110"0 3 II" I 190! II Jrnlfn.i . Hol..1 9 r.wm fi 01) 2
A J HII."'''' 1E'rth.nt. 12000. 600 3.o 11 v 1.

26 J..ap ROtit. . . !Merchant 11001) 3 ",) 1.11;; 269. N': G :MrRRs. ':luuv 3 :III: 1 a 399! J N RIt'hb'lre I taw! table ID bar 25 01'1 1 : 11) f

2:0 \ \\'adktna Titer I } ito auru. S Du :; I 1"u1' F: W.lton.CI 8prlne
17 a E Sorthington . tI..rtbut. 11000. 3no 1.50 : ; I .
2.1.: H.trhE'1I Ip'am..ra Hdw Garden Ins t'o. 5
Co .1..rc'lIwnl. inattanrP
124 Hudson f10onv.' 311 "II I.i o. i AC"OI 2 ;04vl
Cycle C..mpany. M..rcbant. 120011. ,
6.\11 S Zj:. H1' M..rrlli. hr. . I..rrhant. 31 I Ult, ::1 4)11. W F: \\'alton Act .....t.th..eh'r .
1:9 t' T Budge . . .Merchant $12.000. I '"
S' '
00 1 .
1111// 213.: 11 \\ Merrill.Icr.. : . Hotel 211. In_ ('I) .Insurance
131. F T Budge . . F'Ire Arms . 1000 over ) r l 1',0'v0 :: 5"v r1 Agent 2 .0
274.: H W M..rrlli. MKr . I.lqllnr il'.alrr :;1100' 4"' 2 W E Whllllon.ct 'ODtI-
.1 F. C Heck . . Ins AJI"Dt. . coo u" 1
132 C I. Hudl.'on.II"lIt ..Galant. : %. %.: 5. tl't'd' SIE'rr. Mltr . . Liquor I"'al..r . :.'j.11 110 ; 't'i 1111 neural In.. (' InsnranrP. .\C"DI. 2 ilt .

2:6. Fred Sterry. olltr. . .11".1 1131" F: W lIon. London
o'.r :20 r. 1 li"o'' Act .
.a "he . . . Ins Agent . ) ; SIIII .wj1
;" I S. :: Fred Sterry.IRr./: . . Merchant A Lancasrrrahlrr ID' Co' .ID ...
IIUtJlI' 3 "I ;S, I uran. AK""t .
133 E C I irr
R..r\ . . Land Agent: . 10')0 Si I/O Z SO
2.: .. J K. Ikon. MRr . . Land 4114.W F: Walton 4qt Comm
Agent: . IA.nu. :
i'1 I J I Wtl.nn . . . .land AR'nt S v
10 50( 219.\ H. C. Callahan . . )I..rc hanl. $10')0 3.11' 91 I Colon ID' Co . . InauranrP AIt..nt. ,1
11' C L. HuddlHIon . . .I..nd Agent: . .10110 500'I 2 :i0 I
1 2c0. Sidney M.ddock . 110'1. 1111111 4'15 W K.Valton.. Ale :o.orth-
I 10 M J Ponce . . . Merchant $100') 10 20Ur100 Oil 501101. Y.
I 00 l.a I, 2 W H. Evsn. . . ..... 3"" ;}.I Ire tuft Co . Insurance Ae"nr. .
I G Tm . . . lpr h3nl. I Z Sq
82000. .600 :71.0 rr' 2 2. .: A For..I1. 4 1'1R1' E. .
rugs I . .110'.1. 3 r 1511" : Walton,, Actt'Prtt
1'0 i: 5'13. a
. . Merchant. 1"10 .A :
12 s
2 J Turkpr. ; era tens C'. . 1
: ::; "'1 I :-;'" "lfIIn.'e..nl "
11 Brown A Wells . . Merchant 1000.' 300) i Z SI
1 .II % q 1C J. lIulhl..r. 40 ;. W E W.llon.
Act Sl'rlnltnpl" '
"pr..hanl. 1251)5. -
1 I'll n K f.'lan'PD: . . .Hol..1 25 600 300 t
rooms 100.1 F. ,
'Ol : ;;. helm i: II IUI Mrrchant $101,0' 100 1 :. FIr a M Ins C" In.'tranl.P .
tai 1 If M KIne I 11 y..nl : 11t
\' Grl."r .Mrthani ilnoU. ,. 3 "0nnia I ". I 3 o f: CIfl r'r \ierchant. 10"" fi'1 3"1 4'. \\' J.: \\ aUnn. .\:1: Qu..nm s

'omp3n I" .J '0"r 9 .lfl 4 11:J : ( .r Itccn n, .\ Ir.. ('n .
: insurance
I "I
tab nol In bar At"nr
I"hpfm" l.5. '" .
o'tcts ','1 ..' % ') :
12 ) r .
n'r : I. L :\r'1 I'I! \\ \\ oI".n .
.'"'" 'l ,1.1 1 ,' ,1'tine t.. S I'A.n'' 1.I +"r' I I. ti11rP. iSi1A 7 .;o \ :"' .
I o 1 a :" !I. 1''rnr \\"IIr n, 1 11r', I' y
r ',, I'll Clml'nn' \11'.1I1nr.II'I"0' :3 "'1 I' .u .In"-.n. \K '11 2 tq

'. : .I 'I) ,1 S'II '.41. J W 1)0.' "I"rrhan' 11..10. 1.. 1 ,, \' r. .\1 '0 t(' ,,- ;.

I .
y.' < I : AnlIon1'. Hrn \irirLint 14')110' 12"0' 600 ---- -- -- .
84000 C n 00 -
C.OO 2'2 \\ I I..t"all. .tit QJPt'n -
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Everything !I! Furniture, carpets, rugs, mattings, and

: kitchen utensils of every descriptionIt

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, For t e House :I I It the our is price the goods quality that popular.make and I FrankT.BudgeTwelfth Street Miami. Florid our the It is price goods tae: quality that popular.make and L I .

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I six acres In section 12 tp S2. south I Ur and Mra 1or..F DeMena. who ..

J ( LEGAL PAPERS FILED | range 42 eaat alllO Individual haltinterest ;) are well known tourists here have t St :..
in 100 acres In jme af'C' i returned from New t
I York and are
j :i Lion. township| and range | now located for the winter In thiscity
Warranty deed H S dimming. jgcrsonal JJeWti ioIesjI II Warranty deed, K. M. Large et ux et ux to John D. Gordon for Ikktf. .1
L I -
10 Miami Loan & Guaranty Co.. for I undivided half late In two nun i idrvd
".oou lot t. block 10S north Ml-1' acres In strtmn 32 [II. :at: | ..Miss Anita Canova. of Palatka haaHred .
r.jiml also! south half lot I II. block south range,: 42 east I 1 In the city and will spend theetoter I '

105 north Miami.Satisfaction j Warranty deed John S. Williams ,, here aa< the guest of Mr aadMra
---- i r
of mortgage. Chaa C. to J. r Coors on Muth street .
Joseph T hru
I 150
. art Mlaa Sarah Farla. of Chicago. wilt Photographer Brandow and f.m-I L Brlckell to r'. \\" Amaaon and vile I 10 and is. Iqta I Miss Canoes will resume her musical
23 and lot Iv. ... .
r be among the week arttvals.Mrs |IllY enjoyed a day I outing In Deed Boston and F.orlda: Atlantic block 24. rrows Homes'eaa j. 'n the Miami Conservatoryof

, |! River yeeterday I II Coaat Land Co. to r. H. Rogero for : Agreement J. A. Armstrong' and Music 1

J S Feaster la spending afew 145 lots IT IB. It and 20. block 13. wife to Mlaa I.eua Cunimlng for I Ipurchase

. days In TltusvflleMn I I Dr. R E Chafer left yesterday I Hallandale j I of houi-eh"ild and kttchenfurniture I I Profit on the farm In Dade rrninty 1.y :
Mortgage deed. W.H Slstrunk and '
for Georgia where be will spend Is
M nearly
.I| a sure thing tht the
J M \\lll..m., mother cfMr needed location of two or three wife to Annie C Hull for $165. five
deed .
Warrant F
W Punh et I Iux moat Ignorant need not fall If the .
SlanleWakely. 1 vinltlng Ibe in section 19. 4;. south '
wevks i iI acres tp to E R. .
I lent for ,!HO> lit). o same amount of labor and planing
i latter at tbe Gautler_ I i ---- i, 'range 43 east.Warranty half interest In lit :I. lock 131. U expended on the soil In this eotlor ,

la lathe : Capt| and Mra James M. Key re-I deed Thomas S..eeting I Miami that Is put In the ground la I
r" Mr C W Hill of Narauja hento 'tuned )e,,terda) trout aa eIII: .d.... et ux to Mamie E. blnlg for II ,.;,11. Warrant d..dIf.d, vh"rn,xxl ln""i-ni or Illinois the nrofl* of ene*
,, city hating, been anmmened visit\ at 1 polnia In :he north and west. I lot 1C. block 21. north Miami to J. H. Oilman and FI\ I. t'd 'or acre .lll\ stow\ that ten array ncr.
attend rcutl court at a juror. aad left this morning for th-ir home Mortgage': deed. Robt t H. Units I ,11 OU. five acre In s->'.uou '" 'i' K l I" -e valitble' as 110 acre th"reV I .

." ki houeaiead 'et nx to Tropical Home Improvement south range 42 east 'h" are there so msny failure
Mea ra J T Zelgler and Ed MiI-1 1 1I Co for $1.2..U; lot 16 block |Deed Model! land Co.. I. Vlfredbher here them Reran there Is ton

ler of Neptune are In the city attending I Mlxa =Van Merrltt, who baa been 23 north MIltnt.Mortgage I|; .. oo for I ,'> fie acre In ....c. much gambling done. A man with

:.. circuit court : visiting In the city for some nays. Halcyon Hall Hotel Co. tlon 6. tp 44 south rang 4J east tioe will put In three to live acrea

I hu returned to her horn an Buena ,to Empire Trust Co. I I 'of tomatoes and etneets to clear
Aetaa dynamite aad sappjlee for \Uta. Warranty deed Alice M. DeVrles CRI 111- THt\KS $1.SOO on It. He has been so sure
I Ito Mrs. K. Hahn for 19\10. block 93 I that he will make a bit crop and get
LnmiDua aBewail.
sale by To those friends sad other whoso
: Llnton i' a good price for It that he will oo
Mr and Mra C M. Brown residing : generously and feellngl' lent us
Warranty deed, Jospeh H. Day et
.i.i ', plant anything else H. buy the
on llth street, are happy today their aaalatance during the recent
i Mr John Graham has returned ux to Board of Public Inatructlona feed for the. horse and canned goods
) over the addition of a Doe gl. !: illness and death of.our Infant son
boite from hla vacation o ""f'r.1 Dade county. for $10 and other con for the family because It takes to* I f
weeks In Philadelphia New to their Interesting (am:ly. we desire to express our fullest appreciation MRS,L5JI* ISCOML
'C' spent lots K
'I lalderatlon. 1 i. 18 and 11. much time, and some one has told
;Y.: York ana other northern point --- \ ((block $( north Miami and thanks. until In some him that he cant ral_ anything
I I If you are going to pay oat yowl I I I Deed, F. E. C. Railway Co. to'''other way we can better repay hem here at the time when he should be SUFfERED m MONTHS.4r

Mr and Mr*. W. I. Butch have food' money far a machine, why awl II|Sarah E. Graham for 1100. five acres I Mr. and Mrs Adolph Freed land. putting In a garden for the hotm

gone te housekeeping. having secured I set iae best Other makes am good I, I la section S. tp. Si south, range 42 If he ehonld have a crop of torn*-
a cottage near Second street bus w. claim\ for the STANDARD alii I least I i'I Tug Sybil Not Lost '"jtooe he will hnul a iced of tomatoe Operation AdvocatedSavedBy

and Avenue COlder I lao food qualities at others fad many I J I Warranty deed. john W. Harpei I I A report was current h"re this to tows and A load. of boy for the
t addltUaal oaee It you really waat,let ux to Carrie Investment Companyfor ,' morning that the extension tug 8>b- borne back home again There Is the Pe-ru-na.

I Ue beat machine made, call oa as : ItOO. east half lot 8. block 23. 'II. Capt Dan Roes. which left 'his fault he does not save the things
a case tf oft JrUka 4>rrw.4r I '
I"" let aa call urn you aad we *U1 tell 'West Palm Beach I port Iso weeks or more for larra there are to save Hay can be had Mrs. Loal Laeomb. Hajward. sots,
ahlBtted U yea by the UUiiU Boo- I' t Uelu.Mr I Warranty deed J. M Owen* and I belle on the west coast for a tow of for the cutting and one crop will pay writes:

Hug Work, MigB- MiaiaU.V : I wife to E. :V. Dlmick. for II.00 and barges. h.dD wrecked and all the for all the machinery that ls neededto "I have followed year treaUseat aa ,+
I *. r"T."C Conkllb. who h..1,other considerations twenty acern In crew perished An Investigation r& ant U op with Get a MeCcr closely aa 1 eoold mad aot sow eatlrelj

Mr L Gardner of St. Augustinepedal I been spending the summer moot hela 'I'section 7, tp 40, south, range It. suited In representatives of the company mlek mower and a nay prew aid well
traveling representative of the mountain of North Carotin, I I east declaring the rumor untrue and make as much of the hay that will -Wt aW tw* ate/* car *.. aeM i n
the Homeaeeker Magauae. U spending returned to her Miami home last I i Warranty deed E. 1. Jerks et al making the statement that the tug I* come from the crop after tll,toma tint I postV a.re le Wre aw aa-srotfaaiftrtnrmtl ,

a few day la Miami U Ole Intei Bight II to E, N. Jerks for 1400. six acre, now In Tamps undergoing repairs It toe are fathered aa was made from A./re 1 cwaWaf rrjpate my
I sections 5 and <. 'p 41, south range Is believed however, that she encountered them *.."*.
eat of his publication. M,.. Joe Humphreys, wife of Editor ::42. e.st. heavy weather and was Buy Field Fence and rinse your "Wa1M.. d.eld.d lo write yes aa tay > t

Mr Wm P Aahe N'aranja.. arrived Humphreys, of the Braidentow.Herald ., Mortgage deed Miami Realty Loan forced to put Into that port for repairs meat and have money coming la I\aoe.l had ben sesertagsewrly '.;
la the city yesterday aCC llo la In the city, Waiting Co' 'Lid Guaranty Co, to Wm Large before proceeding further from thatWe will sell you the s ,..r with severe pale sad j'
Avenue, C. CommUanner Receiver I aDd headache at timea ae UM I MaW ;
She and
panted by a sick daughter. whom at. will return on semi deed Farm Machinery give you easy
la order Monday to her home Joss B. Rellly; ccmaniMloaor aud U. : Dr. J M Jacksoa Is giving his terms on It. _reel, staad aaw"Atwv '
bring here to receive Pf'Ot.er 1 .
medical K. Tattle to Joha B. J or Jon far handsome residence on llth street a MIAMI HARDWARE: COM P ATT I M M weD .fte* s aierltr .
> attention Last Wednesday 8t Louis Globe tt.Its. one hundred sad twenty fresh coat of white paint We ...M ,.... Mower *s ta*.a, with j..r ,.. 1.1 .. '
a srstM tMf Ile ssf taw hew 1le '
Mr Sim Lammns. brother of theMeeara. Democrat contained a write np and express my taavUa."I vI

J E, and J. N. Lamma. picture of Rev C. Fred Blackburn ta&ak Brice foe tke kind
yes aaaay
In with
connection his -I
removal to
came in this morning from Ucala I advice hare had from "
fit Louis and the beginning of his ''
sad will\ go to Key West te conduct Write to Dr.8.B. Hartmaa.PTstde.lf
a commissary for Mr J. L: Lam- work aa p..tor.f the Marion Memorial i the Hartmaa Bsaitartaat.Coluaibaa .
church I In that city For Week I ,
mn* I Beginning ihk. for f-e medical ad*(* '!

The Sturgis boarding I house
I you waat ferUHsera. eoeaait J. K.Lammas on J JI ,
10th street and Avenue D, la navnt 1 1i
agent far tile old reliable I dormer w window placed to the rooma THE RACKET STORE

Bradley gooda. I I I on the third floor and this addition I

,| ti not only an Improvement In appearance I

Mr and Mrs. H. R. Light. ot but In the coolness or tit October 15th Dealers la

Chicago, are expected to arrive oa rooma Monday .
say train to remain for the season. Department Store Goods
Mr Light to have regular work here I FOR SALK i
will the of I
They be guests Mr. AttUc Twenty acre of the beet vegettaele -
aad sad daughter OB 'th stre- 'i land oa Black Point priarle. j "
sad Avenue B. bet wee* Cutler and Homestead rea- 12 Covered j
Qt. [ Slop
for cultivation and near the rail 1
Miss Ruby Coates who went several lei Price US.t* per acre Term 25 centDiscount
weeks ago to teach the school rash and the balance la one per Pail :

at Silver Palm has returned home year Lock box: IS, Bradentown. I (
; w1ag to a difficulty la getting local riDrida \ 4
( .4 sear the school building baa --- I

'i. sjjea Saturday te eoadact a school Erecting New Band,..

;:; la Hawks Park near. New gknyraaBradler i ij Mr. J. A. McDonald I Is breaking I tj

j. I ground for the erection of a one .Rory.
fenmxera are the Mel office bullftlng at the corner of "t-I;

li For sale by J. B. Lammas. MtaaalMr flue D and 14th etreet It U Bald

that one part of the building will be I 4Octs.

Ml H. Oiallle returned thl"j'' occupied by one of Miami three '
lsor flag from a pleasure trip dally papers i ;.
Jacksonville to visit his daughter,

Jlra. Harper Mra Floyd Chalito. Made Good Land Hale I When you want anything to ::

!' who went to that city last week Messrs J. H. Tatnm *, Co. aold on I ON OUR furnish your kitchen we have
with him.11\ remain there several
yesterday 21 acre of land
v and the
.. weeksMr it, and at the lowest prices. .:
1 Improvement thereon to Mr C I
1 Bush and an ad!olnlng place of the
*. F W A ma son and three'
nacre size of Mr. W C DeOarmo

t Children Yille to leave remain tonight permanently for Jackson. Mri I In Both the of cultivation theee lentl..IDPDI of pineapple! engage and New Fall Styles of W. H. Chaille & Son ;

r Atnaaoa having a good regular poI I I other fruit on their properties
: Hlon la that city Mr. aad Mr.t .. I i ;i iI 11211 Avenue D. Ttone I h) i;
Amason have resided In Mlarrl a Nearly Completed:; ; ,
t 'I .r r -
t waiter of year, and are well too" 11 I ..
The large ,and commodious addition )
.*4 their departure will be II !
very to the Ideal Store building la I Mr J. T Conrad who baa been .
leach regretted. pending the pat: tco or three -eek.
1 now about completed and ready for
I I the I D Dfl. ind. has returned to his home r
Mosey to iota tmpiO. ..... prepsrty. ,, which furnishing Mr and Mr and*. Douglas later the are stock pure Ready to Wear a Miami i'

S. Amsdeo Conoaawt Ororeu -
:chasing In New York. The office will\ '
I be moved to tie new gallery whfck Trparlng lo lay Cable .'

affords more room and light Preparation are twine mJto lay
i I be electric light cable across the Mljil I.
ThricemaWeekNEW Arcane II Lots Mold river at \venu. D and within

H few dars the residents of the I I.outb
Hnddlenton have
r', side "II1 hare lights again
sold during the last few days for HATSWhich
: YORK WORLD Messrs M D Tuft and B. B. Tatum
tae k In I.iHe
two lots for SI .000 00 each both I
I Ar htir H loane the well known
.t I Hof: which are to be lmnrove bj the I
"II'' her formerly operating the Mlimi -
building of hoaaea
One of the loss
Meat Marke. U now connected
|I.was purchased bv Mr W J. CnI -
I tie' and one by a )lr. Cmstead The sib .:the butcher establishment of .
r1 I llendorffOpt .
lots are on the west *id- rf Aenuopposite '

$1.00 a Year. |It'-1 chnr!'b pantonaitI thlH.tH.i4; : : Methodist we have Just Received from the New York Bob aelisony- sanitary inptctor ..i

"l stated, this. morning that thee
city mule" for the sanitary d....

.i i I Have for a Short Time Markets )srm..nt are ..11..d to arrive here
from Urk ..in\ille not later this Frl
d Cleave At lay of thl *.-ek Tllt'11 he put ..
Subscription 5 of! the best
I bftr- 'o >rk ": mrraxona will lie
i .1 I flat. t4 of drata for hauling
gaips in real estate ,* '" rer'ise, md trh from premiums ;

I ,Ddlr \-II1."n r"1'I-11I that all

.SMITHS : la Dade County Prices: an print I|pr np'i "' t\ owners amt I occupants IMByad t
for the visit or the wagons '

Burdine Quarterman. ae w....'t Th lean' slit give 'b C. C. Carroll
i i .. City a Ih.'h do-aninI and after i
be Z14 Avenue D. RerthNct.ir .. ,. I r.. .n.: once each '
,, ''. .. '
II 1 t r A fA"a, the schedU -
> Pubut ma Maw. ABt ;
:,-; ''__L5 ,I; = J 0 ,1& will > published later


rf-rf9".. i:.:. .:f'L #,.. ::. r .ii; ..:.b:.;. "5:. .; -y7 ,:-,,- ;;t 'r-Y; :;:



Our Last Grand Sale .::f

For The Year of 1906 it itI .

buyers, Mr. Eugene B. Romfh and Mr. W. James Rodgers, are just: back from.the northern i ..

OUR where they spent many weeks in buying the largest and most exclusive line of goods _

ever brought to Miami. These goods will soon be coming in by every train and our main reason:

{ in Starting this big sale is to clean out our stock from top to bottom, carry no goods over, and to start 4

our winter season with as clean line of goods as it is possible to do. There has been a tremcndI I

ous advance in all woolen, leather and cotton goods and you can expect to pay more for the samer;.t

goods than ever before. At the prices we have advertised several of our lines, we could not begin to '.t

buy ourselves at the "ad" price. We are determined to turn our summer stock into CASH and if you :;.

half way need anything iri our line buy now for you will never see such low prices again as these.

Remember cash and cash only goes at these prices; no goods harged to anyone


{ Paragon Pants at $4.50 Your choice of most any Boys Suits a.Knee Pantsks

$6.00. $7.00 and$8 00 Paragon pnts the finest 13.50 and $.. boys suits, a line
:> on t"arth. We have often sold these in our sales suit In our store t at t (1, .00 that will go in a00 hurry ...- t2.90 ?.
before 5.35. 5.50, At this
at etc.
Our better boys suits, worth 15.00'
,rice the are more than cheap $$45j Iost all $12.00 and $15.00 and any quantity' are and 6.00, tier .. .. .. .. ....... .. .t3.90
or t e man w 0 want8 a l'tnct
grade . ... ..y. Alfred $XnJsmm R Co. $18A0 "Ultll. Absolutely r'high
pant! the cloth could not be bought for this money. We Boys Knee pants at SSe, 90 cents and $1.25

One line of wens worth will loose many lollllrll selling at We have divided our large stock into 3 price!,
to ..2.55 a plur. As pants a leader 1 sa up I e.......... $1 1.00 thIS price. but our. obJ..ct.. is to $$7,. 00 55c' 90c and 1.25; about the cheapest we ev.reell
clean 1 k and be
out our entIre toOtu.
is ts5c lAnd the
best You
an pants at 2.00. can see
I, ready fur the new goods. .. .. .. what ''
a saving you can by briying now
Dayton Shoes II Caps, 50 cents
Iii One lot of mt>u's suits in our
Th famous Dayton i I One I lot of 75, 1.00 and close .... ...fin$1 1 65
est grade tp at EDWIN CLAPP
Railroad shoes, worth $jl+ 1.50 caps. You can take
2.75 and $3. sale only I your choice, this tale

2.45. i SOc Shirts to be Closed Out SHOES

IOf't any shirt in our !afore to be closed out at 85e Edwin Clap $600 and $7.00
J n 0.B. StetsonorKnoxHats When you'know that nearly all of these are 11.25 shoes. One big hoe on oar bar-
and $1 50 sellers and quite a few gain COlllJt..r close out. Clapp
= Your choice of most any Jno. B. Stetson or Koox Manhattan 200 and 2.50 shirts you 85 shoes have advanced iu price to
hats in our storl" This i8 fir leas than manubccan appreciate how low the price......... C brat the band and after this
torers cost of them; if we could buy t small]) lot is 80.d all Edwin
a full line at this: figure we would 300 Clapp Shoes go to $6, 7 and $ti
pmt every dollar) we had into hats. Trunks & SUit I A DIscount of ,

N .,:", Cases 10 per cent $4 50
One ling of $2.00 and
,' $2.50 Yinn Rro!. $3 $18.00 goods for $14.40 I given on everything b
aDd $3 50 Hilt!'. Tbi $12.00 goods for 9.60 I in our Stock not dver .
is a jib lot affair, the 8.00 goods for 5.60 i One badly broken a'sortm..n' f Diamond Brand
tised 2 for 25c
the ice 500 goods for 395 except $500 Shoes.! 1'h" is fur I less!!' than t mfABSURDELY .
reason pt" 1M'0 I C.h\ 3:50: goods 2:80: I collars. I' '! 2.95
LOW' \\\\I curt, but we want to clean lilt every pair

$1.00 ..,Y One line men's $2 511 soil "LU0; hiKy
Our enurefor line 01. CbiIdrens Shoes. to close : ... .. .. ... .. .. .1.95 1

s Big line of men's ;' NECKWEAR and oxfords, all go at a big cut.O line ladies l shore ant oxfiirdr wurth up to $J.
1 11'e have these In blsek IIIt'd.. tan and white
50c and 75c Half
50c,75c! and $1.00. . ... . canvas.! \11 are fine fitters and alm'J\t!
Hose at 35 cents. ties, this sale 35c.95c for 1.2a and 135 st.'lIl"rs. 95c new goods . . .. .. .. .. .. 1 .35
I : 1.25 for 1 50 and 1.75 sellers .. . .1.25
3 for $1.00 I 3 for $1.0 0 1.45f.lr 200, 250and3.00llel1ers. .. . 1.45 and One "line xfi'nl of .,)001350 to close at .I ladies. . .shoes. . .1.95

Railroad and Mechanics Brand Overalls worth Scriven Elastic Seam drawers, no 50 grade, are Genuine Guyot Suspenders, worth 50 cents to
and $1.00, (only 3 to one worth 75 cents and $1.00 (only 3 75 cents (only 2 to a customer)
i, 75 customer cents ) sale price. . . . . 60c each customer) sale price .. . 60c Sale price . . . . . .40c

: Our stock is too large to give every cut price. But if you want to save

;; a few of your dollars at our expense, this is your grand opportunity.No .

goods charged to anyone. CASH and CASH ONLY GOES at sale

: The Anthony-Romfh Co:

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Professions Wanderer

t t. I a E CHANGES Goes Down School Shoes


AttornCy.AtLaw.w .

t yr 4, .r n ail .....n.. ....... .-.1 Federal Sprang Aleak Last Sundayat t
-: :-
At -
,,, _
SIN- it fx I *r rlam'n' (
.. Jewfish Creek Dock and
J y.rta. "n( LaW Til I I '

F <> I">X1 t HI4MI t'L.DB. WAS BOUGHT FOR $$15,000 Sank in Six Feet of Water

9 .. a. E. caU:1-: ., Will Be Raised.

: Burdine's.s

Ii o.ci.,,i. w.i.<. i.iid-r / .
I By Messr H. A. AihteU, of New
<'_.sr ...... D .... 13th "t.e.1r' I Information reached the city today
; "IA V L" FLOIBDA.H York, and Harold Vivian, of England of the sinking at Jewish creek
i last Sunday of the F. E. C Railwaaextension
Will Make Extensive Additions
r. ATUHSOH, steamer andertr, Capt .
i Kred Moody.
Thereto. I .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Details of the accident are meager I It

...... __a "... 1. _..,.. tan Yd but It appear that the Wanderer was
-, as T1W.. lying at the dock at JewfUh creek
:' Nt..U..1 We better for the wants 01 school
.ft1 Man ofce* !. ....U ..'w... when she waa noticed to be leaking are prepared ; {
The magnificent Ellis grove. situated Half an hone afterwards she went
1;; MIAMI on the banks of he Miami river down, and now lies with six feet ot \ r
; a short distance, west of the ell) water over her main deck

GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist n*' Just been sold b> the J. H. la- ;i I It ta announced here today thai boys and schoolgirls in shoes :::
\ :urn ft Co.. real estate agency to the steamer will be rained and towed I

j o.ncw 1I.I'tII: tteiiir H 4 Ashtell of Nework. here tar repairs Barge. derrick, I ,.
tt Olf71CE-T..t.T r. II.t and Harold Vivian of tiu.land. the etc for that purpose will be sent '1-,
.U'&ML: s' ''4 B-M U | T IMI1ML < I ;unhuavrs: being brothestnlawMr. down Ina few day. It I II thought

as FLORIDA \ Milan U of here the now plate and at oncehaving will a seam In the hull opened than raus- this rear than ever hefore. \V t: have cGmplete lines and It1
lake possession Ing the steamer to flll and no downThe
\.l I number of addltlinal trees
; a Wanderer was b
>. a. lUaTD+ILD, I .>l limed and other ImproveTienu.. the railroad company a >ear or more) 1 all sizes in high antI low shoes, in vici kill or velour calf, ;'
the ol JoIr.I
nade under eupervlsl .
-" Kcznopath1a : i ago along; with other steamers (or

...., QfTICe: .Yw'... De.,.........M. .......C |: Ellis. California Mr,1.lan and had the traveled West In-allover ue a*port ferries and and the transports extension betweenthis oper. i and heavy or light soles.Ve have on sale at this time J

rug,, I die, baring recently arrived from tlona the was one of the largest; .
te.pe Tim Air '
', r........ I Trinidad Ai soon aa he rivcbed }II. steamers ID use by the .company tx. j TWO SPECI -\ L LOTS in SCHOOL SHOES viz:
I amt and looked around lie became ,ling 124 S feet' long Is S feet beam ,
a. ruouucK, \ enamored of the climate and to well I and drew 3. ( feet of water
Jon with the and evidence r
' pleased groves
CIVIL ENGINEER of thrift and prosperity on'' Will Adjown this Week j I of boys shoes of sizes
Lot 2-Line Lot I-complete
-i.'riD SURVEYOR. I ,every hand that he concluded to locate run
t i I1 I Judge Minor 8. Jones, who habeen
wMM tar MM .' LMS> ...--1 l A cordial welcome la extended -
r..ry e Nee....-..!r....iui.. ..wk-DlvOlM. Lvs I Ie to him and eongratuladona upon since holding the Drat circuit Tuesday court In this here moat eve: \ sizes 2 1-2 to 5, pat. leather, from seven and one-half to j
his good Judgment la securing on.
+ MIAMI. said this morning that be must windup
I of the finest properties ID the country | the business here or as mutt I gun metal and vici. just the two in misses high and low : Y

B. aUCHJCOBU 'of It ss possible, this week as he i li
not known
Mr Ellis' Intention are
I but he will no doubt purchase land I j l compelled to go to TUnsrllle and opeiItne thing for hard shoes; these (
! ESTATE. I term la Volusla county next Monday !
s' REAL and make another grove and attrac- :
. I ,
It Is the belief that the crlmlInsl
. COM e-".mJIUTABT tIT. home at which he hu been ao ,
s Ewt'aRswa calendar here be cleared thl, includes Shoes
can :
wear were ;
rt'BUC uniformly incceufal The Metropolis \
. STATE AT LA*>'& I week aa all of the longer or mon,
himself ,
* and the host of friends of .

:( MIAMI __ fLORIDA I that and thin hi may* charming be ao family trntt tedious posed of.Mariv ease. have already been dl..H Brown's Blue 1 85 \ formerly 1 50 119 ;

;' It. P. BRAMNING.ABerssyaWCseaisisr 'I'I'J Ribbon, $350 to $2. Now .tit

Attrective Rates -- I.. a

&i Tns' t UtskOsa I* Cstxnss*. lei.... : I RECITAL WAS A ATExtremely ''it:
.:; ....c..t 5tt..ask : tK

West Palm Beach ;; FloridaIAMZ8T.8AITDKK8 I \ GRAND SUCCESS Low Rates

? i ; VIASouthern 1 W. M: Burdine, Miami, FloridaNOTICE

iI I'
'.; COUNSELOR AT LAW. j i From Dally Metropolis, Oct It) Railway !I

\ OMSMietsl ... last > I
tl"ie.iwr sad Daps.tt 0... .*!...... HaOmew Conservatory of Music last night at --- --- --- ,.
w,, Butca L'"rk ..!c From
I* va the Auditorium
i was reeled oy TO CREDITORS I 1
MIAUL FLORIDA- I I,packed house on the qui rlri to h** ,
In the Court of IK. County Judge, I The Ocklawaha '
be vocal and elocution artists .1' 11TANQI.'NI
I I State of Florida lude County. I
W. C. MAYNARD |I..r. to make their debut In h.... '
: In r. Estate of S L Patterson
: $31.95-- Toronto.. Ont "
teacher In this Institution. and n urnTickets
aa .
h To al i! Creditors, Legatees; IXstribn-1 I FLORIDA it
: Madame Huntington who but I;: on sale September 12 to 15; I tees and all Persons having claim [
yesterday noon reached here after i I'II 'limit September {4. extension to October Want Orange Grower to know
that It I II
or demands against said estate: i to their taUreat' to buy tree Fe
long and protracted Journey from 2 1. I \CKJ and each of yon are nereby ]i from their stock. Because they have THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. <
Chicago, came before the public '10.14 -At'auta. Ga. and return. GOOD RESULTS
notlAed" and required to present any can only be otxals d from tree that have aa abwadaaesj l
brilliant and magnetic and aceom-: Ttckea on sa e Sept. If. 13, 16, 17 claim and demands which you or I of GOOD ROOTS, stems that are STOCKY cop. WElL DCWLOPCU ;7
. AND OPTICIAN panted by Prof. T C. Bush directory and IS. limit September IS, citenslonto I either of you may hare against the and leaves, and woodthat Is ENTIRBLT FREE OP INJURIOUS INSSCT rUPS.
JEWELER Ii I i thrilled all with her beautiful .I lng'Ing October 10. I rs ate cf S. L. Patterwn deceased I ONR TREES have all the GOOD POINTS la their favor sad *Vcorldally
: Prefers' Itllnc. ea7 ....rt.<< < see a press eomfort. Nish our exes ;of *ong*, I'I | Tickets on sale September 19 and :2A; undersigned administratrix 'of said I ed to those who will place their order now for fall delivery OCR Nrw V
.{ .lTe ar.paraM& sad Urge eip.neooebere :''I It wa. a self evident fact that she ':limit October 7.: extension to Oc'obTtit. estate within two years trom the date I EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC ,
Pete. I'Mi i .J
} II* an artist and also a woman of i: hereof AS PINEAPPLE ASK ABAUT 11.
V. _a le. l"e repair Watetw" .. Clock, ;strong character The prospectlreI 120.70 Rlcnmood Vs and }4lurn Dated September 5. A. D. 1 0Jessie OATALOOCB FRJBI .; .
JrwerlJ 1 .u operiftcle* A pnrtlua'4y I I.ID&_. Just In their first few yean Tickets en sale October 1.; limit Oc D Patterson Address The
for. Located AT- .
..r trade saked OcklawahajNurseries;
of study In the Conservatory were tobef J. AdmxFst. 9. L. Patterson tft;
.... D between Ittb sad llth 8U. i _
i delighted with the outlook of a wlnjter -
"44 7th.San Francisco and la Angeles -
IS W. ;. MAYNARDPATENTS, '* work under her. O. W. CONNER. Proprletee. ..VTangerine
one second clans-
..... ArM_ o.tetufJ way : NOTICE. rierlda, tf\\
'.d A* an elocutionist Miss Btnclai, Tickets on tale dally to September I 151 ;;

was splendid and won all by her to October SI. la the County Judgs'a Court of Dade Or M. t. BUMBANK. Agt. Miami,, Florida I'6-.

I true, womanly character portrayed 137M Washington D. C., and r*. County norlda.In "-I
J |\Ia her every selection She sea.heartily turn. Tickets on sac daily to September Our CREOCIDnT preparation for he destruction of aata. II.... aa4 j,'
.encored and "u | : other vermin win do the work. .tit
30; limit October :SI re tae Dstate of John Sander.
ly brilliant In the scene e.I..IOI.1 |4t OS 'Chicago III. and return late of said county deceased. I -- -- = f
beth handling the various - -
Tickets on sale daily to September
to.t, .trr..r with ease and charm. The physical:.tO; limit October 31. i Notice 1 II heresy given that oa Monday ;
if trRCS. ct tw culture, and elocution Held bent Is a $6410 Saratoga; N. T.. and rt the Uth Jay of October. A. b.. Fred'k. S. f
, Cood.oM and Miss Slnclilr blJ lure Tia New York. allowing; len day 1XX I wll! present to the Honorable Morse
fair to be a most jealous. and puu stop over In Wavhlagton. Baltimore: A. E. Heyser. County Judge of said '
.....r.ya..ael.a.at, its advance of the art j I I Philadelphia or New Yorr Tit'k..t. county, my final account, and all [ifJK)
N.rt wwr.sad...Isbkq.rt4...,terq. Piss'.1nMiw1} .The living Gibson picture were on sac daily to September t>0.; limit \ouch.-n of the estate of John Real Estate
t':" .+:.sia bas .... sera sues war en., I beautifully [gotten up and portrayed ,October 31. era late of said county, 'SaDd'l
1. wN.,+w rOw, 0. I
\ br $lasi1'a handsomest young men I I Many other attractive rales sod at the same time make full and I
.. 'and pretty women "The Winner I i For further Information ai>plv toT tnal: settlement with a full report of Offlee. up stair Cor. Ave.. C and It U St. 'jf,.
;:' |of the Game" was probably tie" mot'' all my actions and doing with rels !

popular of IlL In thi. were all of j K. McCALL lion to said estate, and at toe saint Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. |
\ the fashionable girls displayed with i time I will ask for a final discharge as
vat ,the champion of foot ball the center i City PiAlI nper and Ticket Aet administrator of said estate

i: |lof attraction The ma" -'lpl .erjperiert \. JAMES FREEMAN.Distiirt .Emory Spradllng, AGENT OR LANDS OF )'.
e m..SyryTatar 8..ri Mmlnls'rator' o the estate of John
., The Conservatory Is Into Its rcgulir Pas*enper Ajrent. Sanders deceased. Florida East Coast Railway Co
'I"" work of the >ear ..d has the tOt! \Vest Bay St. Jacksonville "'.a.i G / Worlev 4
I I Florida Coast Line '
.. various branches supplied and moving PHONE 742 Attorney for Admlttlxtratorooooooco 'anal and Tranx. ( 0. &l

''. t H I'OOCO c.XiOOOCO:): uoooa . a.oooocoooo f
Low Round Trip RdtesViet.&NR.R. i - ,i ii

r Miami Bottling Works ''
-.nor.J ne a..aaar4 : i

-rw JHOST THE SE WEIR WOKL0"*. MAOAZWBVI LoQisrilk&XaslrilleR.R.\ 1Y.IIA.1Y.IJ: : : > :: : WALL, & McGOWAN. Props'J

v 1eA leT for this
r Ask Tour new superb bath Street Near R. R., Miami, f'Msniifarturer .- d
-1 tt.tgaane Ii, be doc not handle it
: The ixMiUvllle Nashrllle Railroadwill
rn &' .e an.i ....ir ..< a .1 I'.... for sample *.11 round trip rates from Jacksoivllltf Is rapidly going to the front a* the l toad of I ;
< I.T krgoMt J>o<.e J$c. tlcntun to pofn's shown on dates Indicated -
-'i': t.... I I"T*'. Proportionally low rat,-. ing city in South Florida. Even bod j All Kinds of
from o'her ,
.ter l. rr Publlshlan Company poln s -
:;: -I-174 Steed t ..... V rk CHy 146 os- Chtrogo ills ( and return \* going to Miami.I Now i is the time to .f

. TVket on sale daily to 8ept<'mw>rSO. secure a choice location either for bu.*.i- Soft Drinks f
and limitedto return until Oct. '
p.. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Slat ness or rt' i it en..t. (Choice locations in .
$S7 90-Denver. Colorado Sprints or Prompt Attsattosi to AU Or* ew. h.-u-T ... O rot_ Hoi..'..t ()
: toITOCKUOU MELTING Pueblo, Col., and return On sale the city for alf by : : : : : : : Jt

-t dally until September 30th. Final
't_ Chicago. Oct IT The annual limit October II '
, meeting ot the itockholoVr of the J3a.40Hot Spring. Ark and return FORTDALLASLANDGO.OCOCCOCOXOOOOOO Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's ;
I''t Illinois Central was held in the office Tickets on isle daily Final ,
of the company here today To return! limit $0 days from date of .
Insure a large attendance the company sale OOJOOO(;.>> oxxxxxxxxx:
Iwufd to each person holding Lallto September 3"th, round 1

A one or more shsre a round trip ticks trip summer tourist ticket will be onsale Call on Or
s .1I1..h.1\I\ hold Rood for four to various resorts. Pill information 3OIIN n. :n=LL i. :c. :: onARA1.4
.} Ma days after the meeting. The reports schedules. time tattles .'c., Alrl'nt.'rt Vioc-I'rc. Fort DallasDallas P Tasteless Chill Tonic t i
IlIlhmlt'.d showed that the coniiinIs | > will Se furnished promptly on appll-{
i I and Co.. tl..ml-'la. u Cut M.UIU..tIllC KlafJ(
sleadih growing and ha don A railcmr 'o
tarrely\ Increased buslne sues :net E Hoeing' Florida Pass Agt.,
4 mwt1DI No lit W Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. (<-: OQr OYXX: )() ()COO")):))) No-Core-No-Pay, 50 cents. ;



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541. H R Taylor act. Mllmau-

.lee Mechanics . . Ins Agent. . 2.50
Report of County Judge and Tax Collector, of Licenses 542. R H. Taolr. sgt GlennsIs
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Issued, For the Year 1906. 543. K It Taylor act F'rderal..lni Agent. . 2 )llSH.
H. K Taj :or. .gt. Sun of Eag.Ins Agent. . 2 5 Continued from Page!!: 4. :545. J.l' Stosrrs . . . Hotel. 25 to 50r U.OO 7 r
546. H. R. Ta) lor . . I II / -ent. l Sov
647. Glenn A Bass. . . . Merchant.. $1 00. 1.50 .75
:\0 Name What for tate Count, 5''': M. Stokes. . . . Mt'rthanl.'l.OO. I ,;;') .7$ ATTENTION :i
549 F. M. Uurkhart . . . Merchant. $1000 3.00 l.b" .
lion Corp Ina Co . . . .I..urau \1 t'01. 2 50 550. J. T Green . Merchant $1000h. J.oo 1 AW
I N G.: Wal un. Art. 51 iSU Youngs Alfonso Amt'rlun..ln .. ,..nt. :2 50 OUR NEW J"
I'aul F A !M\ In. Co. . . lnauranee Agt>nt. %.511 552.Sg3.:; Ked fro*. Pharmacy $UOO. 6.00 3 oo
4' : t1 F. WlOlloo. .'It''or- C H Gauiler A Son . Merchant. 11000. 3.00 1 ?0 CLOTHINGHATS :
sIt b \'O\D Fire In. Co . lusuranee AIPt'ot.; %.511 554. I1. Srger . Ht> tauranl. %0. . %.5'') 1 25
u et L: N .alto" AIt( b01' 555. C C. ChllllngworthKn . Ta.yerMerthant.. . .10.00 S 00
1'b t nioo l Nad irs. Co..Insurance I Ag..nl. 2.54) 556, C. on . . \ I10UO 1 50 ;5 .y, ,,
4. N'. I. Waltot.I Agt. Niaga-I 657. W Johnson . . Au llnnt't'r. ... %.00 1 25
Insuran't' A"ent. 2.50 I S5X. A. Marshall . . Merchant 11000 1.50 75 AND .
41" G G Bolies . . . .I..a.t'r . 10.00 54/u L5' A. Stephen . . Merchant $1000 l.SO .75'
4 ,; J l' ht'lIo1. . . . frog and Pony Sbo. 11.00 54)0 Ut, W. A. Sheppey . . Merchant $1000 1.50 HABERDASHERYARE R
41 ;. A L. Vidal . . . tJm Ball Alhoy. .50 3.a 51. J. E. Lummus . . Merchant. liOOO .15.00 7.50
II k G. b.ockton . . \t'rl'bant.!\ $ loUO. 1.1 1..1/ It 2. H. Williams. . . . Restaurant 20. 2.50 1.2" NOW READY 'rt
4.11. D. :N. Dor..y. . . .Merchant $1,000. 1.50 .75t 6(1. J. M. Baner . . Merchant. $1000 1.50 .7S
40. K. Smith . . . .Merchant $1000. 1.00 1."" 644. C. H. JObOIM . . Merchant $1000 l.SO .75
41. O. K. Woods. loa. Art. . .10"I'Dt.. . 2.69 ( W. W. Slanton. Jewelry Jewelry Bptndle. 1.2S' a
4:2. J. H. Dryer . . . .1 pool tab not 10 bar i.OO S.'" :(:. J. E.: Pendleton A Co..Merehast.: : : : : $1000: : i.:: 1.50 i
v. R. Smith . . .Merchant ".000. 1.50 ;I b 547. Verdell Smith . . Restaurant 20 . 2.SO I.UI
424. W. D. Horne . . . Mercbant $1000. 1.00 1.... 5(8. S. Owens..Restasrant. 20 . 2.50 1.2S ,
4 brew t Moody . . Xl'rebaDt, $1000. 1.00 1..11 6(1. Jno. B. Rellly. agt. Wllllamsburg I t /
421. J. W. Bradford. . . .Merchant $1000. I 1.00 1." City Insurance . Ina. Agent . 2.16 t
4:7. E. A. Waddf'Il. . . .LaDd Agent . 1000 5.00 670. Jno. B. Rellly atg. Teutonic. .Ins. Agent ? 2.2S : ..i..r.
., 428 x. B. Lyman. . . Merchant 14000. 12.00 '..00U' 571.: Jno.: B.: : agt.: Houe of : .
J. C. 8f'ck. Jr. . . RI'.lty Trust Corp. i.OO s.511 New York . . . . Ina.. Agent . 2.25 A
4.0. G. W. O'Ne21: . . . .Auctlonf'er . . %.ill I.U 571. no. B. Rellly agt. Atlas Ins.. Agent . 2.2S ,
431: E H. Fos . . . Merchant $1000. 1.00I.." 571. Jno. B. Retl!:",- agt. Providence I
4..: J N.' Ye..tl'r. . . .Holel 15 room. 5.00 2.50 Washington . . Ins.. Agent; . 225' NewGoodsfromNew '*t
4..1.. H. Bentall . . . Merchant $1000. 1.110 1."" 574. Jno. B. Rellly. .&l indemnity In.. Agent . 2 25 .
444. W Higbt . . . \oIl'rebanl. $1000. .1.50 .n 575. Jno. B. Reilly. agt. Palatinelns. Agent; 2.2S 1"1
41'J C. Hancock Royal FIre 674. Mm. B. Hlnton . . Lawyer . '.110 2 SO l'l
ID. Co. . . . .In.. Arl'Dt. . %..50UG 577. 0. G Strobm A Co . . Merchant. $4000 11.00 (.00 ,....'..
1 J W HaDcock.: Norwich t'D. 675. H. F. ocrugg co.fel'l'ban.. $1000. 1.00 ISO
Fire loa. Co . . . . I... ArI'Dt. . 2.50 57$. Adam Corel! . . . Livery. 4 horses. ..00 2 50 .
i 437 M. Smith . . . .Restaurant L. 20. 2.50 1.%. U,. W. Zumwalt . . Merchant $1000 ..50 75
1 41'1. V. A. R.lberford. . Hotel 15 room. 500 %..504n. 681. Miami Hardware Co. . .. Merchant. 12000. U 00 17.00 York
8. C. a..lenoD. . .Merchant 1000. 1.50 .75 !SRI. Miami Hardware Co. . . Fire Arms . 10.00 5.00
440. G.r.II.. . . . ....reb.n\., "villi. 300 1..11 581. Letter Granger . . Livery. 20 . . 25.00 12.10 3'
fl. MI.ml Shoe COmpaDy. . Merellut. "000. 18.00 '.00 584. Fla. East Coast Hotel Co. . Waterworks 2000. 10.0 10 00
.42. J. EI11a. . . . Mercbant $1000 1.50 ..75S 685.: Fla. East Coast Hotel Co. . Electric lights. 2000. 2- 00 10.00 .
.43 B. liud. . . . .Re.tanraat. L 20. 250 1.5 5I'.. John N. Worley . . Lawyer . . 1.00 2.50
+ H f. T. S..t.1nC a SoD. . W..rebanl, 11000 1.50 ..aHS. 687. Miami Transfer Co. . . .U.,. more than 40. 60.00 25.00
TIJIoJ" Clor;.. . . ..5l.rebant. .000 I.U ..0 58*. G. A. Worley . . . Lawyer . . 10.00 S.OO
H' PlaDt. Packtrg: Com.y. )(rrebut. iliff 0. '.eu 1.', A. E. HRY8ER. are j
H; R. D. Clu fneau. . .Merchant. $1000. 1.011 1.50. County Judge. arriving daily
14.. tlylvester ormu. . . .R..taarant L n. 2.50 1.25 t T. N. CACTI ER,
441. Boulders Supply I Co Merch.nt, $1000. 3.00 M.- Tn Collector.
40.: A. W. Freedlund. : : :. : : : :. Hotel 1., ibr. : : : 2.50: ; ;: Note' : ,

451. C. Paseock t Son. . . .X..rebnl. $2000. '.00 I.O\\ Total Revewne from Llrramew, I9OA
J4 U%. E. A. Prrr . . . Land Agait . i.OO" 2.'. State Licenses . . . . . . . $11.25.25 '
s 4n. M. D. Pr1C. . . . .La..yer. . 10.10 i.OO County . . . . . . . . 8..(( tt ATSewell
454. L. A. COOI..y. . . .1.&IId Agent . .10.00 i.OO - ';..t.
455. J. W. HorD..r. . . Land ACt.t. . ".00 1.00 Aggregate; ; . . . . . . $21.'S2.(4
4SC. J H. Tatam . . Land oArent.; . .10.00 5.0ct
457. B. B Tatum . . . .Laed Agent . 10.00 i.OO r-- -
45i. J. )(. T.lum . . .L..d A'tot. . IU.OO 5.04 A MATTER
4'1" J. r. Baundtrl. . . Lawyer . . 111.00 i.lI, I HEALTH Bros. 1
t 4k9 R. E. Chafer . . DeDtllIl. . . 10.00 5.011 ,
441. F. 8. )(orw. . . Land ARent. . I-OO, 6:00:
462 f' 8. Moran. ( er. ID. . I a.. Arf'Dt. 1.50 I
4e1 Scott p.TDe. . . . Mel"f'bant. 11000. 1.50 ..754G4. i"
5,. nl".b.: . . . Restaat'ant 10. 2.50 1.2. 4 I
e Uo E. G. AIkin. . . . Restaurant 10. 2.50 1.211 I
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HI G.Y. Rouae. . . .Merebnt. $2000. I.UO 1.50 .
4C7 X. IAk' . . . Restaurant 20. . %.50 I.U ';,c.l
tl:,. X. I1t1l11. . . . .Merchant "000. J.OO I. ll4U. ,
W W. Ad.ml. . . Merchant $100 1.51 ..ntiO. tYOur
G. )(. H.n. . . .Mtrcll..t. $100. 1.50 .a ZOI. ir-r :
'471 O. O. Mattbaas. . .Merchant. $1000. 1.00 1... bas
4a. 8. Sasaya . . . Merchant $100 1.50 ,76 'buyer! bought
.. :s. J. C.J JOIlft. . . . Merchant $100. 1.150 ..a4H. II i : .
O. K. Baker. . . 1 pI tables Dot la bar 25.UO 12.50 '
475. H. Faison. . . _. Merekast 1100, 1.50 ..71J some great1 bargains
J 41. A. A. 80&1. . . . .T..r. . . i.OO 2.50 I ,

r g;: A.Schielblli L. Heath t .Eatwistle.. . : : : : : Merchant Merchant: $100$100: : : : u: .75.75 t and we to give

a. 471' Brows A Moo4.l. . . Merchant, $3000 '.00 ..50 -AKIMG I propose ,
400. H X. King . . . )Mercbant 1100, 1.50 .a
451. A. Vogel . . . MercQant. 1100. 1.50 .j., ;J
N u. C. C. Yeti" f . . Dentist . . . 2.50 the public (the benefit of
US E. Blrbudao. . . Merchant .100. 1.58 .15 .
404 H. . Mercbant. $100 1.50 .7.
t 4t5. A.: t.1IIi, . : : : : : : : : Land Agent. : : : : 10.00: 5.00: j the same. We can show f

46. Z. T. Merritt . . Land Arent.; . 10.00 11.011 Absolutely PureA $
401. W. 8. Thomas . . Mercbant $1,000 . 1.50 aHII. L.1O
W. B. nom. . . Merchant $1,000 . 1.50 .75 .
Cream of Tartar Powder the in
4Ft. .8"-11. Real Estate Agency land A nt. . 1t.10 5.00 you new things
400. J. M. Cbol1l . . . .1 pool tab not 4n bar 10.00 5.00 free from alum or phot-
I. 451. R. B. Gautier . . . Lawyer. . .10.041 i.OIl phatlo acid I .
4U. Oeo. C. ClirMe. . . .L..f'r. . . 10.041 i.OO
451 Dade County Ynralture ('0. Merchant. UOOO '.410 '.50 1 ;
". 414. Pdt Count yF.rtDt.re Co. Mereb.DI. $1000. 1.841 1.'" HAS HO SUBSTITUTE ..
405. !I.uS. \Vbtte . . . 1 pool tab not ID bar 1.00 2.501' t
,., 400 jullfs xmltn . . . Merchant 11000. s.oo l.au I 'I .... ..
4o 7 G. .:nloe. . . . . Dentist. . . 10.00 5.00 STKAMr.K HT. M OK | 10tb street various crafts were driv-
444 J W Wrt!<>2. . . Merchant $10,000. 10.00 16.00 14 RKruRTKP IXWI en ashore and more or less damaged. I
t 40x. J. W Wnvon . . Fire Arm. . 10.00 SOO I I __ the big houseboats giving conilderConlrbued fl
So.l E. F 81.IlH\ A Co. . Merchant "000 15.00 ;.iO from Page 1. I able trouble Mens Shoes Ladies !
61. Birdies A: lt.'n.rman. Merchant $1000 '.oo 4.SO : I IIn"co' $IR-ztnc' .)pen
5D2.60S.. R. F. Hoyle. Co. . . Merchant, $1000. 1.00 I.!IvI Sybil left this morning for the seat I, During the morning residents 01 ,
W. V. Burdine. . . .Theatre Jlr. . 10.00 5.11.. of, the works to make herself ,,"n", the sou n >.ue oe'rt ,ie..uy luconenlenced -
501. H. B. Johnson . . Fire Arms . 10.00 S.VO ally uelu': lu caw the Is needed. Non \ h) +ihe Avenue D bridge .
505 A. J. Thomas . . . Merchant $1000 1.50 .75 ..s. other than the sighting of the .being open. It "as completely at the ;
", t>0 Charlie . '. . Chinese Laundry . 10.00 6.00 St. Liu-le at 10 o'dockd"Id..y mervof the wind aid swung bark I Shoes 6 Childrens
;, SOT C 1. Huddleston . . Bldg. Loan Assn. 10.00 5.00 nigh', has been received here and the and forth at wilt! It Is considered i !r J
500., G. Papnaa . . . Merchant $1000 1.50 .75 Sybil amply goes down there to as a ..ond..rI did not topple In the
:s. !SOS! J. K. iMrn. .gt. Globe kRutter slat In case _de.d. I can baldly : riser Tbe bridge tender was ;.
. . ... . Ina.. Agent . .2.50 see bow the storm could have railed ly able to control add clone ftn.I'1|
J i 510; J K. Dorn. ag>. :N'. Y ,D- any low of life as the housebot.t 1kl RUMMi Fret I
rterwrlte--* . . . Ins Agent . .%.50 bore the men lire housed are pea It Is estimated thai the tide roes I Shoes Mens i
Ri : J K. Darn ag:. Firemans foitljr safe strong!) built nod well fully six feet In the river and bay ;
Fund. . -: . . .Ins. AlIl'nt.; . .2.50 harbored". It was out of all bounds during; the I 06tha
61 s J. K. l>orn. aCt ()r tet . Ins. .Agent . .:.511 The "tl'amerlr lola tame up from blow from the northeast but when i
: 515: J. K. Dorn. agl. Hunover the erlenitlon: this morning. Hei the mind shifted to the northwes. '
Fire . . . . Ins Agent; .. . .2.50 maser tt'porl..o1I'roll homelMiai It receded rapidly and within an houi :
!SI4 J. K. Dorn. agt. North driven ashore at ;Manatee' Creek. provisions or two was below normal I 6 ;
'.; American . . . . Ins.. Agent-. . .2.50 damaged and same ot the. Ft'ar.... expressed for the afe'y1 ing Furnishings ;
.. 51 :J J. K. Dorn, .(t. Llrerjiool houses and lents wrcked. but otuer-- of the Benner line schooner Joseph i
,: lx>ndon A Globe . . . Ins. Agrnt5l . . .2.50 wise everything safe. The summer P. Cooper anchored !below ('3P' ,
( J. K. Dorn. agt. New Hampshire Peerless had a smokestack Sloan Florida, the belief being that she. '
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Ins. Agent . .%.lIu away He saw nothing!; cf tee St bad been driven ashore near Cutler '
; sr! 7 I. T. 81"ph..n. . . Men-hint. $1000. 1.00 l.SO Lode but believes her safe a< C<..k- but when the wind abated the could I .,r
514. F. K. C. Ire ('0. . . Mfg Ice . 10.00 5.00 ar's Creek or other nearby point be seen, holding her moorings sell I
R1t. E. D. Max< :: . . Merchant. $1000 1.50 .75 I l'_1_ About FWM-mvsi
a S2.. Dade Connty Title Ins Co. .Abstract of title. 10.00 5.90 ;
WATER TR%.TIC SIFFRKKI: r Much uneasiness prevailed la: some
521. H. E. Briggs . . . Hotel. 10 to IS r. 6.00 2.50 HOITM HAD MARROW t-.c.U' circles about the finning craft that Our New Fall Neckwear are :
'' 27. A. T. W. Slanders . Merchant. $1000. $.00 1.60 had gone to the lower coast the day I .
" "t C A Oatcben . . Merchant. $1000. 1.00 1.50 Continued from Page 1. before. The majority cf those boa ''I It.
21.. B.np! Drug; ('.omr"DY. Merchant $2000. (.00 J.flO --- returned to port last night; and thir
: F-.d a. Morse Aetna In. Ina. Ins. Agent . .2.60" log driven on the bank. When the morning and report that all peaches. Come and see them
. t:* W.V Er" tn . . Lawyer . .10.00 6 00 wind chanted to the norbwent the safely withstood 'the blow CapiGerVok ;,
i... :. I. w Patterson . . lawyer . 10.00 .00 tide receded .. rapidly. It had and Capt Holmes hoard .
:'N Hnsh's A . $1000. 1.00 1.60 raised and they were left high and substantial smacks are still out but i| j
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K. (' Kle & 'I let Co t . 1000 6.00: dry. On the north side of the river they are considered safe behind some I ia 0 '
"" K C KlxPowrr 0Jrl Co. Mfg Ire 50 ton. 10 00 6.00 number of smacks .belonging to of the keys. One of the crews of I J 4.;:
t 'tl R'. Q. 'ieth w* . Livery Ho 4 hr S.OO 2 50 ,
Fogg A Crosland and others were the Florida Fish and Produce Co (
"i "t2 H. B Saundtrs : : : : : : : :lawyer . : : : : 10.00 S.OO Jammed together but outside of chat fishing from a large houseboat near i I :
r"J \V. I Metcalf . . . Yours for the newest and the latest
: lawyer . . 10.00 ..00 tog and slight; damage to rtg8.ni Bars Cut were canghi out on a net I I ti.
SX4.' W.I Metcalf . . I land Agent. . 10.00 S.OO they ewap-d. The Worthington! ; boat. The craft was iwamped. but I
034.V.. L. Metcalf . . Lawyer . . 10.00 5.00 boat house was tumb'ed Into the another crew nearby towed them In | '
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Taylor Lawyer . . 10.00 5 00 wrier and several small Graf s were to Vl-glnla Key. II Is feared tb. .
81* R. H. Seymour. . . lawyer . . .10.00 SII. swamped. I houseboat went adrift and was I
FS';: H. F. Atkinson . Lawyer . . lO'OO: 6.00 West of the Avenue D bridge th' wrecked. 1 *
$30. R. R. Taylor tots Phal. rn- 'large launch Uncle Joe was pickcl! : No catashopbles of any kind ar John Sewell 6 Bro.
J derwrlterslns Co..Ins Agent . I
2.50 Up and deposited on the wreck of rrpored on the water ..ndt Is be
61,. R. R.
4 Taylor agt. Phoenix I(the old orlllsrd housebont Wb.n lined that all of the coasting; vessels
" of Hartford . . . Ian Agent . 2.54 |I.. tae .r.erw.i hp r--. h. .h ,,J smacks and other crafts sought ref j ,t I':,
I 540. R. R Tayolr. act Royal 1_ dry but ntojnred. Ai far up as .ge and rode oat tH gal. "J.

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