The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe 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: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00151
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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k Yol. 1, Id. 230 : IT'lSf.lttruVti MIAMI:, FLORIDA,' Tnp OAr. SEPTEMBER. I S. 1904. g*POT**,|Mr":- .., /'- Price 5 CentsBERM >

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will produce" the" -Bermuda' \ onion or, another ;' MIAMIRIFLED AND NINETY-FOUR. .BARRELS, OF LIMES ':
DA, ON DNS vegetable crop that* the growersmay 'ti SOLDIER.. I' : 6EN.

wish to put I In. j H 9, '," KUFOKI'
As prelously.stated there are tens Largest Cargo of This Fruit EveHandled r i

A QND'. CROP of thousands of .acres la the lower, / East II .j POP LAR BOYS. I: NEGROES: GUSH Arrived, Today! 1 !IS

Coast section that to this KILLED
ic are adapted I The largest cargo of limes' ever '
crop. In aditlon' to proper soil thatsection' II l' ? I 1 -
brought Into this port and possibly the .
has perfect climatic conditions ,t j jf .
largest ,
ever .handled -
In theState was
: for the production of the crop through I If > .' '
According: f H.G.Has ngs,, Oto. the winter months. There Is no degreeof Captar Jaudon Tells of Some ol f And'Race Narrowly.Averted brought Two Brothers in this morning, Captain by Parker the schooner from And 't. .

cold there to check' the growth : wo'Other Japanese Gener-
," 71. :J 'In S't. Largo and other adjacent'keys of the
Visi This. See ion. which wilt' ( enable growers to place the 'Their Achievements. gusUne. : ; lower coast The cargo consisted ol afs Captured'j 11
1 [- matured crop on the market from two; 1. :
i 94 barrels and Is consigned to, the .
:' ) to four weeks' ahead of any other sec i ;'t' ,,! Northern'market' J _. ..-., :
tion." -i \ -< -
/ ,I f' Estimating that each barrel holds

:' lo a letter In I |Mr.i 'J. E. wham Refrltory growing, The j Bermuda/onion lavor' with. the Is constantly consu, er. And 1 Vlctorjrs Since Going,to Camp-.ied Ir I Negro Nltkmeli-, 'c41. d Before. ladies, anJ. 2,400 limes it is shown that the schooner Says D Unconfirmed'.I I :.

:, Writes Fawrably of the TitWeto e Belerce. Its'mild, delicate flavor makes itj/a fa AD MO meals. Both at St. Augustine, YVka Remonstrat l d M'lib Attacked :Stir 225.6001imes had aboard the enormous number fcport-iWwaUf ;,:,
; of or very nearly a-quarter .. flog 1fo f rJy.Eapecftd-laps: .
vorite with those who canot stand the : Apab
'and diets-Trou le Was imminent. million of this valuable, .
: Miami\ and fort and at l Manassas. : fruit
rank flavor odor of other/ arleues The AssanllJDfl Port
previous greatset cargo of limes Arthor.FIQHTING :-
I It .
I': It can:| only be produced In a limited .
,- 4 'e., rIk' to be brought here came aboard the ::10;
1 1't territory, Florida and, a mal portionof I { schooner!" Sultana! about three'yeai'll e"
I Texas. 'The.Texas crop goes ,to the Captain P.: Jaudon Is In ago. and,,consisted of 65 arreiB:, The ,
B.j receipt of came riot'
who n r being .a inwStA -
of AUao ,
H.G. Ha :was Western markets, leaving Eastern '
; I fruit wholesales Mu .
Jliere at present for 13.50per dens September '
for many, a gr<|wer and an markets,piactlcal1y/ pen'to the Floridagrower. a letter from' his'son, yeste day over- dltrerences bam fighteleve|at g.-News-of ;* .

I Sf*enl fyt., In'FlorJ' da, recently / I James: f. taPW; of the;Mlam I, starting betwee 'a few, soldiers' and 4 ) miles.some northeast point between I; Shake

| fcade a ton East t to make /: Experlence< Bermuda onion growers' Rifles n Manassa.s. Va., participating negm hackmen nd but for the timely HE DIED GAME.: and, lukden.ls expected of Llao Yang' i
lands as to| their adappjroductlon -, make of : "' in the national arrival and arts erencd of omcere, hourly I
studyof profits, J300 to $300 per :year: ; military maneuvers' [ Moblie, Ala., September 8.-Ed Hudson Among. the
;; tlblllt),for ej' profitable of not one- year. but year, after- year.j/ I t on1' Ihej historic' Bull 'Run' battlefield bloodshed would undoubtedly followed. colored was hanged' In ,, the jail I I one t*at 1"
k, Bermuda oif Li IDS. :After re lIng home, Is uffer a"fancy' price crop but its always ami In which he says: m4 St Auiustl Reiord. In te\1lni.. yard; here this morning for the murderof i[ed an i I that two Japanese has been kill ; ,

,.. hewroteHhSIS llowinglet ; ; a/staple, and .prices are steadieron "We h' us :;:J>een 'on' top' of-the heap ,thettroubleBays' his paramour three months ago. been (made prisoners by generals hart) J
Ilte .
,".. 'I onions i than/any. other) vegetable 'veil" sine i we started'from Miami.: Thefollowing e excite ant wI; occasioned The murder'was e bloody one; the woman buf In one seems to the Rumtfaan, "i.*. .

fu''t ta.Ca" AnInj 23. 3904.; C JgrcWD. Another favorable feature are,Tome of our :victories a bit 10 o'cloc this morning bf a being cut to pieces with a knife. repottsorlgioated and know where U.ef. "

lit. J. E. fagahain. of/this, crop Is'that it Is not perishable "The: first company,to get to St Augustine clch between s Idlers and negroel; Hudson, :'when! arrested.' confessed the of 'the same Is obtainable no!confirmation f .,.>_.

ff Third Xjigusllne; FI : Cottnned properly I in' a were InJur two severely I r
St. I ( on eighth page) jj jjUEMdCRATiG I detralned and shortest ; smoking a ctgar. ,"HAS -
; 'Dear Sir j theVear lit 2the, write 1' Ume of any. v; t ,S lll1ers, flllpll; ated stated that they .Mikden, September 7
read a papf Wore the Fl iridi Hoftl- The first company to get our! tents were at the cor ern of st:;. George and FIgh ng' has ,ceased and (delayed). '

l: cultural Sc : ety In which cI expressed. ) ;IDITORS J up'and kitchen made- fact'we'madethe I4lQg; ateets, con ersing with some ladY, CHASED BY AN. trenf ports and la the j Russia .
army *
the oplnlo i .(that theBermuda7onionwould 1 !t best) showing' in'; making camp of frI.dl when tb nears hackmen began : Inter ptlon. There Is moving without

In a ,d| prove one of/the" most : SEE JUDGE:PARKER any'of the troops of either regiment"The.first en"lnc' each ,'0 ern .and, using very .'.. ENRAGED POPULACE tion and uncertainty' much" Interrup _

u.' .T&I ab'e. iarket crops fir Florid\ i '. I" company"On. parade anplaced d .foul language. ,.1e led' to.a. protesttrofi .. .. mov and purposes eoneernlng'ment of the Japan the%

[ After two-weeka: trip i and a careful .1, forma lon.. .: ( the soldle ..who commanded,the ese. .
lnspecuon1&tbM| section of,the East -- -j "We.'were the, base or 'right centecon y ackmen't0' ;: die ontlnue their profan- j' Itwill I Impossible to ,
I say whether
_$t betw_ jen Fort rPtercand. ,MiamI a anyj of bur_ batalion:In St Augus- t4 Then the egJ'OEs'' directed their PARKER Le another battle here' then .
w, I wish aga to express: tha same opinion CROWD VISITED ESOPUS, TODAI I I. tlD ".;,i1 roar e jibes at t e soldiers and one or AND OTHERS OF It wjft be resumed further or whether c',.
Nowhere re AND ON RETURN TONEW YORK "We two of the lat r'advanced toward HIS ACE NARROWLY ESCAPED north. Gen.
wjth idded, vrereyencored more and louderInj eral i uropatkln is .
,bave I ev < seen 1, soil and WILL: DISCUSS THE PARTY'S S i passing review" ; than any other, ihe 1. A block of granite was hurled LYNCHING- IN. PHILADELPHIA Ing 4 renewal of the evidently battle.' not aeek- : ;
\ ehkl
If :
climatic o Editions crop. LEADER AND CANDIDATE company in either regiment \ by ,5ne'of the h ckmen and struck Prl- ,.FOR BEAT.INd: i WHITE CHILDREN leng will not decline .
I There arejUns of ds of acres .I 'Our books' were given out to. havebeen'Inj .!.a Cone of th Wilson Battery-on,the ".*' r t .. I
; of' the Jaacis initable f 'r Vegetable] the best shape of any In thecamp Aeaa; Inflicting very ugly wound, II1d 1'.f--- 'RUSSIANS HOLD MUKDEN., '.'' : ;

growing .bitween. Fort -Pierce anC i TNew -' ; Itt_fact we were the only co&-" .one e that may p "e'eerloul. -j. i '. liD, SeptemberA dispatch recelv -
ht the Bermuda pany which bad Its books Lbrpr'rat W, Llvlnptone 'of they Philadelphia. September' 8.wAltetrylns d here
Miami jrill grow l' .York September 8.-The Democratic kept nn;to j : says that Mukden .was atHf ;
and with proper regulations, and scored e+eraandlni Vo nteen rushed to the held by the
onions to berjfectlon. I editors left,the Grand Central we more'po / to escape an angry mob. James Russians this moraine.,

_ cultivation; jthe yield ,wllll be,all. that. 'depot* early this morning for Esopua.BevertTTnembers' than anJ company on them. \ ., ce of h I comrade, when a drlydr.y Parker, :a negro, raced madly through I .J

"" be ''or Democratic ':pur..p1 4 4. jrderj drill.by: ,j: >nv,i u pt4rroin hlsehlcle' .. iu.ateaet-laAt; .w."Ww. CSSIANSpLOST 17.000 HEN. ...
ttie ,
' aU Ja ..+ .
The f (|that | found hundreds of National Committee accompanied them.' parry and batalion formation:, for de pUlled off the ta I board,sad struck the .ay.-'S..tI..dl8. ., .,

t, people ,fat a section whi hare grown It Is announced that the conferenceof tense.'d., attackwere highly ,contpUmepted I corporal a tern e blow 011 the back of blackjack all i; who opposed him.. i lies Information received,. the war .,y
the Betaperiod da onion for home ,tale for the editors the object of which I jby' the tegular army officers, the head::and 110tber on ,the breast Whenythe negro' was finally cornered department indicates that General Kstitkin -

,,,reevgjly rsjand have k Pt them for stated In the;call will be held[t on was the I and "ire ',made strong friends of them.' Coiyoral'ILvi tone'I'aca1p,'was )laid I in a cigar' store, the police.. protected I ropa lost 17,000 men daring the "

, **. ,rU iglng from three to nine steamer returning from Esopus,, when i"',We made no errors in our bataUion open and his root II severely ant He him with difficulty i from the 1 enraged i ten days' battlei of Llao Yang Gen-

(f months. after! harvest Gnawers pretty every'editor will be given the ''chance' drills and formations and Incurred the WIS deluged wi blood almOst Instantly crowd.*{ "I enl! Kuropatkln reports that his lass.. '
I effectually! the questions raised aa to favor and esteem of Major Bingham and some tI e elapsed before he re-. I was very'small during the retreat to
to what lie thinks of Parker
Judge .
say j Parker It
seems had Mu
whether t ft' can.be grown successfulyears. his candidacy. and policy to pursue 1 ,1 :-"Our jx>ys tried to be, and succeeds! gained' his facplt .Another soldier! wo white boys and quarrelled with i' dens
ly and-'wlfathtr they would keep after the campaign. ill 1 l I in j IPro "themselves gentlemen, o,! .'as struck by k In a sling formed They cried for them d t KUROPATKIN .J
harvest any and all occasions and Miamishould by a small lap b I help and a thousand REPORTS. .
" 'The y lands with conslderabhihumus This will be the only conference and' feel proud'of them. ': The soldiers that the hackmen persons in the park listening to music, S ,Petersburg, September 1-A d\s.1' 1)1)
the real object of bringing the'editors gave chase after him pat h' from General
Inj >m hack of Fort Pierce, was' to -give them the' I !i"tWe Deceived praise from, all St'Augustine bed provided r. r st such .a'II encOunter Parker 1 o'clock Ktiropatkln dated
opportunity bad been i 6:3
the'"Whi'lands Cltr i aecUoIn, and the meeting ihe. candidate of their : /land particularly from the army and all of h bad slings imps captured, the crowd continued yesterday afternoon has lAt
part; to bee
parade In ;
the received and
!baci of Lan rta wl 1 all of them for President. officers land those superior in the rrglme'nt. -' \'Ised'' from. la lies and chunks of neighbOrhood'and 'reports that General

produce paying I ctyps of I onions after : -: ., | ', granite'.while soldiers were captured several negroes whom they Ku okl'I' army' Is twenty-seven miles tli
-- un\w
bound with, ropes and the police eas of the railroad and that
jcultlvX'tlon: iwo or three : ; the order came for us ti armed.' t I were Oka's
,being unqqr : ,E oPUII; September .8.-Editors of ill'hea I kept veryi,.busy 'am yu twenty
until miles west'of
: ., Tleaeland| ferfed to are the more than two hundred newspapers: break' amp' to go i i Manassas we .bad The nerroes le that the flgbl was a late hour last : the.rail- i

ea. irhi i lI' III drained by;'the end representing all parts'of the coun-j bur tents down and:at the sound of the1 caused by a Idler Insulting a ,ibltelady. them.from rescuing negroes'2.lId protecting bat roa Ie., The general staff, expects a .big; .
great violence
V drainage jojperatl now under way try come to'Rosemqnt today to visit bugle [ rolls and off the company, and thatoobtof the bCkmen'sald 1' and ponslbly J -
,. Before seji I Lgl th lands I feared that Judge Parker.: : street;j.In policed and. in as good the soldier.OUgHt to puulshed for'the The, crowd was/ finally dis! JJAPS- '
; J' persed. REPULSED
" order -1. "a 1'1.l. L- 'Lf..7 *
W necessary" but anj found It. : remam ne ID a i sitif ieah
Irrigation plight The journalists were received by e. DIllDeT ; C lefoo. September 8.-Chinese ,who
Inepectio hbafed That 1 wea a drainage Judge Parker who delivered" his,.speech '!wer[ the most orderly carload to an attack 0 them and they actedIn"selfdefen8e I i .- FOR $100.00 A let Port Arthur Monday night arrived

I., an n n'irrgat1on! problem and of acceptance: Greetings of the editors ofj soldiers 1 the railroad moved. r, SIDE" ,. ._a her and report that ee\'ere
j., chat the fafnags open ons now no- : Whf n we struck Manassas we :were Immediately {following the clash the I!- ed !: occur
I were delivered by Charles W. i Knap I "Has Beens- and "Miami Kids", there last Saturday night '
1 bald lea!. these lande t company off thformed e cars and soldiers were enforced by'comrades Will *
r der way, of the St. Louis Republic. .and, Judge ,I Play Baseball. Japanese. attacked :'certain poejio'i
!I dry en h tor this cro at the same Parker respond ;- in our correct place In batalllonformatl who came rui(Ing to the scene from '" g on the -
W&lle east and
ii a sumc1e t anount'of' an. .: all directions, ut-tb 'negroes great Interest and enthusi- west flanks and ,
t' 'time (ea > escaped j the Russians
was allowed
manifested them
. asm In 'the baseball to approach ,
I' moisture i tJIthe soil supply the SUIT IN ATTACHMENT. We, tched our camp-Camp:: I, Manassasafter before an lilt illlgent account of the wit iln a short
1 { .
, -1 game.Iast Monday afternoon when tllfoy'o
needs of 'e growing a Thu condttfon / dark, and we were theonly trouble, could given.. The soldiers betweenthe led 's

u ideal one 14r onlone sad Isseud Against Sbackleford |jot Co.Liquor company,that pitched our.shelter scoured the vi Inlty of the' plaza; but "Miami have Kids" and the' "Has Beens' ," cor pelted upon the Japanese them a heavy to fire and '
It .will retreat
in the South. tents ii formation, and had of knew I ; been,as nothing to that after- .
oae that seldom found Dealers. proper we as none th m the men they thr hours of
It maw I ''growth of a most salehie Suit In-attachment assumpslt' damages them ni > twice as quick as any company] were ,aearchln: ; foe. their 'quest] was promised in thenear: future when the heavy flghUncWILLTRY;

mark size (3 to 4 I che55 in diemeter [ $1.600 was filed In'the clerk's! 'of the glment; fruitless. The halted, at the corner same team| meet for a return g me. :. -AGAIN.- -t

), an a splendid plat gnlon; i flee. Circuit Court, yesterday afternoon! r We ere the only company that had of King and St George streetq when; known.The result! The of the last game. Is well ..( hefoo SePtemb -:'-WeH.Informed

one that ll ship to tb tmost distant I by O. 'W. M. Williams, attorney fo coffee/ md'bread' for supper. (I made! they found parties .who wer 'able to 1] Kids hinds won'and hundreds Jai anese who'ire ..coed here today trot s

?markets thout decay d, with very I Joseph'Zapf .'Wash Shackleford'and! Beads with the 14th New York ,regiment -] ,furnish. them the ..Informat: they of The dollars- changed as the result Po t Dalney'report that the Japanese

7lIWe Cege 'R. It. Cochran, liquor dealers, under a id they loaned us that). .i iI wanted. 'and v{ere. preparing to go to "Has Beene" have challenged for a !Hand re Port Arthur are. preparing for

The m t soils such are found atDelray the firm name'of Shackleford ft:'Co. j I "Wh n we put'up our company street! Lincolnville, {when the' Gem J City return game, the contest to be for $100 ther assault upon the IVI ITOIHU _
side 9
ton and oth r points lower -The business' of defendants Is located i In the i nornlng we bad our entire camp i Guards, nude command of Captain a rlthl the the,same players as-.partlc-, 1 he Japanese agent here Is sending

down eoeat w I grow good In ,North Miami: An attachment was 'street P in'correct formation In one q&lboun.:cam 'on double: time down I pa ted-!In first The challenge was' to Dalney 'seventy. : thousand- gunny

onions; crop of th m ehould not issued and served by Sheriff Frobocl half th i time of the most of the! others. 3U, George st. eel and halted at, the promptly accepted' and both'teams are sar, s and wants, sixty thousand more. .

be plan ul the ton bu been culUvatedf who took Into' his possession; .certal: 'Our' ofl cer's and quartermaster's tents I postomce. fixed. ; bayonets and then:went now practicing dally to get In the finest It| s reported these" sacks will be filled J

four or five ears, or tUI liquors/\ /. etc, and removed ,I It to th were"up first.' We,beat them all' on provost gu rd duty scattering the condition' for the fray. wli h.sand and used to fill up portions

1.: all "so u'cut ions on these county Jail where 1 It was stored peed Today; we/ were put in batalllon drill groups of excitje 1 sold 1',1'1I and civilians/ The Has Beens" are confident they of the moat protecting the Rosriaa.

, muck so irold have be "crowded" Inc suit The sheriff aleo levled upoi and mi ide no errors and won/ applause The little ban und(r Captain Calhoun can play a better game of ball than the rig flank. "

:; to p e it theiriro tsg loo urge certain .city lots as the property; of th even among: the thirteen thousand sol comprised on :y about one-third the "Kids when* and; intend .demonstrate' the I leports Indicate there ',I.! a shortage. )

" to, be etable. Th a liability togrw said R. L. Cochran. < dlers t ere. 1 company's strti gth, but other members fact i they meet again. On the of [ arge ammunition ampng the Kn- .

t J1 will d ppear after '- I .f.;,. I ,'j"Th. ( battle'0)HDJ1 tonight; and -we of the Gem'Cli'ed Guards were dispatch- other. hand" the more youthful. expo- sa, is at. Port, .. Arthur.

these hi j have been culttrated'' oraevetal TO. .GO TO COURT OF APPEALS.I | move t a the ,front.. ,' ,I don't know what .to' camp ft r their guns and'aug; nents'of the art are chuckling over the ..-. '

r ra In onions. posltioiwe'are to ocupy: but we'are mented the fof ce: on provost duty. "picnic? they are going to have and FIRING HEARD AT SEA. "'

The apattah Pill e" lands near Attorneys Preparing Papers'1n Case f stationed about' elgbt miles from the Adjutant 'Gener.J' Foster'. Colonel have numerous supporters who believe' Ve Hat We. September 8.-I __ ___ ,

Miami' 1 grgw onto s proflitably. ;: Machen'WblchComes. Up In FalL 'enemy)*' and-we are to move; forward Bradshaw, Ma or Gumblnger an4 several the "Has Beens" will .have to tackle a at a was heard last night and beats ..a

The ten 4e7 there will for them to "I' ., 'I In attack on their left flank. Bull Run other offi! era as soon U' the riot different, aggregation to prove to the.I bu side the harbor claim to have dlst '- i a g

grow large and eo a "crowding"n Washington_ Sept 8.. ? fa sixexpect miles to the. northeast and ,we was': reported: came galloping to the public jthejf' ever "have been! baseball- : ?tly seen the flash of guns.

': be to ho them within busily engaged Dow with- the.. record ] to be at Stone Bridge tomorrow scene and r de, over the territory Ists., V ; _. i";

]Smite tt size. h thl acme section in the case of A..W. W chen, formerly night! : The artillery will move -forward threatened wl h disorder, AP...LOSSES TO BE REPLACED. i
ip of sandy hammock land Chief of Free Rural Delivery for presentation ." 'Kite THE COTTON MARKET; '-
:: there la t ; ; : tjhen. > Meantime I puty Marshal and London
borderi a glades tit will produce to the District Court of' ;'Ap I"Last night; was real cold fn fact, Officer Nelso i 'arrested 'three of the Newt} York, Sept. 8.;-Futures oPened ; SePL 8.-The Chefoo eor-

,' themteeUon, la land, wblle ',: f: I f chilly!J and tonight it is :even'colder. darkeys two >y tbe.name .of Houstonk firm. September, 1092; October 1048; r pondent of the Dally Chronicle U s

sandy, talns la quantities ofhumus. Maefstn was convicted of baring defrauded i|"I tlilnk I have the beat company In and the other A. Anderson, and locked Decemk r,1053' ; January. 1054; February dl patch dated September 3, says foarte -
matter which the Government connection but I may be : ; 1055; March,10j May. 1064." < regiments will leave Tokto this
rrl vegetable the nmp. conceited.because them up ill"e city jail. Toe; negrcesdid '
; .
:.. w< ek to'replace the' men lost outside'P
1 to' retai molsture'and "with the purchase. of supplies. for the, I am proud of my command and n esca', unscathed.; One' was eoldtere could hardly be" restrained. "
rt Arthur
alone. The losses
the prI dial elements of piss( food Post omce departmet' The case conies know that Company L Is about as good struck_overt e eye with a piece'of: co- They werej a.unit In desiring to-wreak stare esUmated-At ,, at thisi .

;: which ;, the.proetablep up on appeal at'the fall term of ihe. and el' Relent! as they get. to be., All the qulna, and another's arm was..batteredseverely. vengeance) on the negroes_ engaged In .'_25,000.__ I :

Uet of not only onions but er District Court of Appeals and'the reCord boysell) and ready to move'to the .- t f" ., the melee;but orders to prevent fur STATEMENT.CALLED FOIL ,

fiery 0th vegetable cme tsaw son ofthie III'perhaps the most voluminous{ frontal a moment's. notice." ,: : When the news reached camp the ther double were strictly'' enforced.: Washington, :September 1.-Theto

rb t o0 thel rm of Walden that has ever been sled' In that court. Company has'undoubtedly proven them'both a St, Augustine'and, 'Ma- None of, the menrwill .be 'allowed ; Comptroller of the Currency has tamed

Bros. ilfumt and oubUeea there The case' of' Loreni nd.the Groffa.'* Itself done of the must emefent and gen- nassas. and Ii an organization the people leave the Campgrounds without! a pass a call for the condition"" NatVwsliks .

are' thoneAnde Berea of almb also coma np thu term of court. "' Uemenly in the State service as Is*at of Miatn can well' and conscientiously until they leave. tomorrow for their at the close of bustneBs, Oepieaa. ;

tar lan dti Dade onus There soils All the, dependents are but on balL teaterj'by'the frequent praise, given ,feel proud of.,, > 1' boineL.I. I r& ..

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DIBSCTOBT '* Cheatham, J. H. Patterson.. & I* Company, Its prlndpal place of bast USEFUL f CONVERT.the .

r 6pERAL ; Conrad. J. A. Parrlsh. Allan R.Croaland ness shall be, Miami. Dade cmty. n / Bargains In ':Gra )efruit t Groves

I tatXXXCOCXTJrDGKS.K. J. O.Rhode*, ILl W. fOssk Florida, and its principal business PreaeherlMade/ /a Friend When Hi ,
jcalel Jostle*.1 C.: '' shall be located In said '.
F.T4jlor P. C. Rose. J., office dty.'bul Leavt Expected It. !
r.B.earier.AuoelauJiutU* ; f
eommublcatloaatoa.yOfthe M. H.MaSrTjaatorlaU Jimlea.Met effldw Drake, Gaston ,Rellly. 3.: B. ., 'the said corporation ( shall hare the < rs though we be, to us Eight Grapefruit GroTes.'tbree to fi\e years old in'llne'coodlhoa for'sale

rK. raia Court Judge* aaould h.4ddieue0< Douglas B. B Rush. Dr.',W.'B.' power]] to transact business In any of >11' them virtue in skillful fist as Arch Creek station. ""Then groves ire oared on avenues lined with palms.
Tillihi fr. ru., I II Dora; J. K. Rumph Edw. ,, the sereral counties'1' of the State of
", (ghtingin a just cause. Therefore Also twenty acres pow being set nut. Tb se groves are budded to tbe choices !
; I U.b. BIKATpRS.h. Erwin W..'W. Raulerson.| C. H. Florida, and to that end may establish, the/ rill is at least pardonable variety of fruit.' Titles perfect. Will u pleasure in ahowingJthll; 'property 1niami

.JaL*I*.TalUaferroLJaea. Enloe; Dr. G. Rumph, Geo.', maintain and operate offices and'agen- which; one feels on'reading ,; this to prospective: purchasers., "

Sjftpnea *.Mallory, Frlssell, G. C. Safford, U B. clea at any point In said State where It episode wh'ic h pro Rainsford relates It Is a well-known fact that grapefru trees are more proiiBo andrellablex

I D. B.arc ax] Flanagan. R. S. Sewell. E.. G. may I "desire to 1 conduct Its said bust'ness. -/ in his book, "A Preacher's Story of bearers than any other variety of the eitr ssamily,and realize a* least double' ...

rrwt DWrW (embracing the Xut.Co- Frederick. J. S. .Saxelby, J. G. '' Jj 'H / His Work. Theepisode wall ijn the the price of oranges. A four-year-old gri pefrnit grove if properly'eared for ..
Ba. Bolftj W.IMrt ralalka.JtKrtotdoib Fran:. J. 8. fiulrner. C.. F. : '
I| 'ARTICLE IL midst of Dr. Rainsford's should all needed ;
] expenses
eeu4 if *L" SparkaaiK.U. vigprousstruggle pay while oting gRt years of age, it should be pay
amp. y; Gerlack. A. P. .. SmIth, Julius: I The general;nature of the"bnalnesito on ,the east side ofl' dew 8, per cent or more on a valuation of t ,000 per acre. From one grapefruit

iLKOAl)COXMISBIOVKU.i Glrtman, James stoneman; F. B. 'by said/corporation., York: tree General Hazen sold f 120 worth of tb rait.'
beltransacted. .
woe oomph G..uR. ,Sulier.' A.j rEo' shall:I establishing and operatIn"of I remem er one man in particular a "_ .
i Jea B.. B i .Little.Key hiver.West, aialraan.r. ., Graham Gautler.. T. ,N. Shanahan.) M. one or more canning factories In fht a big, s rong fellow. lle)came JOHN: : :B:. T. LSB: :

) 4 Maria*.Juper.j B. SeweU. John / corporations in and sat down in the Sunday ..' .,
k a Dunn,lUdlMa. Cleri State]1 of Florida *,
He gSLR.n and olBee o(, theCBcSrd ai OarUlsld, a H. s TJl1our. R. H. to purchase, own school. 1 had some of the very p. 0. BOX. 26. 71*.
'' al1'have1hepower. .
Gramling, J.: C. sawteiie. J.'P. I .. and
best teache I find
could I always
e I lease] or, build ware, packi41. s "
NEB., Gillett F. Shaw, H.LGautier storehouses
i boats fix put tie best workers J had
I : h1.DI
R. B. Taylor R. R.Griffing.
1 Miami.EX there. He
Joe ny. began to talk in a way
ATO R urn DISTRICT, ."A. It, Turnage. J. L n'eeded tackle/and' all business.otu.er. paraphernalia, that a' man should not talk to a la-
Olrtman. W. B. Tatnm. BJ B.Hayea in Its It may also WINDOW) ) add D .
i iW Brararad Counties.) hold dy. He waa a little drunk. I saw OORFRAMES. i
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J. H.. Tatum; Lj| H., Jive the pour to. buy. ,,use the lady's f ce flush. I walke, over ,
: Dlmlck,Paint I each. sent
Loa N. H10.L.K. I and lease real I estate, whether
,4 I and told hi nto'get out. lIe would
.O'CODm *KP$1 ENTATIYZ.w. ., Huiiter., J. G. Watson, a HHill. :/.. ulWd for the main corporation: oth- Hot move. 1 said: ; 'ro: .. .:. .'.

'.Jung, milord. William, Wborton. P y H.Betheringtoa.ll ..- e r Kise P "We are ere'to help people. to' '"
you "
.bail ; .c' -
1 This have the
>!ADS COUXTTadKeAlle +o fCER&i r.WhIte, E/U:, I I ,f corporation I pow- We are pail nothing for iL: Now, We are! making hundreds of Pram every'month for the leading eoa- :

CountB.C. >K.HJywr.Miami.Coooanot Heyaer. A. E. 'Wall'T/A. to contract and ,be contracted with, you are enough.of.a man to respecta tractors, andwe, should make them for!ou.' We do It cheaper'mad butte '
Cant ttoraey-J T.d nderI Lamer Hall W.'W. Whaler H. T.. ef r the purchase and sale of all mater-
I lady. \\ hy..do sit here: and Our latest
eke Ctrcnu Court and iaeenrder M Deeds you Improvement 1* the use of Oonzed Finish Ball Bearing gtttl
limas Hahn. F. W. Worley, G. A. I 1 required In tta business Including
make it im ossible lot her to] teach Sash '
Pulley and
1 you should Insist >
obalrohoCY.Y/i L on getting these In frame What
bbszl Hughes; : ; ] I Horses,' mules, wagons, agricultural those your.
boys : j -
Collet .*. Hardee. Coco, J.\/WoodWOrthJ." Implgmente you have any building to do write to Che ;
Homer : F., ,, etc., Including the right .-He savor at me and would not get -

.S *olTizei-LM.aauIrraof.'Mlaml uhM4mL 'Jonea II. K/ Wilson R. s. ,j: and ''bower to mortgage, pledge any orall out.,, 1 EAST COAST ,LUMBER ,& SUPPLy.C:

CseItyJ SupwinUixleBt of Public lostruo Rolb., J"Xlmanles. _: U ; : of Its property whether real or "You do I't want me to cal j a policeman .

oa-g Merrttt.Buenavl"a.CountT Coannteiluoer -( k W. :' personal' to secure- 'its Indebtedness, / di you? Go out qu etJy." Eau Galls Florida ,
tainbaLChaumao.! Went yd. Bach; P.C. POTS AN END TO ITgrieroas iu : and all business .1 I '
Akbe.lluptler; 6. L McDonald. ranord.ba : / and lito transact any, He jum ed to his feet, and,I saw '.
/. lee YIataI; 8. A. Bclcker. OoeoanulCle ofgac0f A wail oftlmes comes! u a I In the conduct of its affairs, the same I *as in f< r a row. lIe was ,as big .

*ar.o,.: .DDWbor., k and Auditor- result of unbearable pain from'oyer-I!I as, natural!!!' person,( might do. and'msytatc6 a man as I am. I did not call a policeman .

OOCKT or SKVJSSTH, JCDICIAIjj taxed organs.' Dizziness, Backache and take any and an kinds of ; b it hit him harder than I

icutcrit. anptleal Liver complaint and Constipation. But I fishj| ,:clams>' i'lobsters, oysters' crabs ever hit a nan in my life and knocked J: A. Rob ins & Coil

CXabcaelM tHd Mtnae.JAnaJTttu.rltl.and otb ). thanks to Dr. Kings New Life Plllaj I craw-fish,turtles, etc., from 'the waters, him 'dc w Then I stood 'over l

CtnmJt ruaeetuns Iudge ABorofy-J.- D.Betra Orlando her put an end to it alt ,They' are of Florida, where. and when not In violation : him and st id' ,

Ian Clerk d pa Cowl-L atotrouaCourt C. Deatbora.vUBTVUOT YumL VHC-MI gentle but thorough. Try them. Only I .with the! laws of the'State of "Have yjou had enough?" Harness's (110ari-.1a'ae.. :

M..da Latter Fourth Monday Monday U after November. 2Sc. Guaranteed. by all dra llta., i Florida. Likewkie'shan: It have, ,the 1 He said, "Yes."" >>
Terra oa neat burr basso torey
a.M. power to produce fruit and Tecet&bleLl "All rid tI'answered. "Xow : 'I "';
COOTTT COCM.tortoC There was some fun and a bit of eX'cltement rhe1 shall also have get out.". And he went., .
DADK ) said corporation :;: Quality is-remember d after' is :
; long price :
r.L RMIami at, Union Academy-colored: all the power Inherent In corporations About uiree weeks after that we ", .,

w1.tuTIta-p1etMsadaytiJa.uar7.Bader.Yts I at about the hour school should hue for;profit under the laws of the State got into. i scrimmage outside 'the forgotten.. i I "

i 4 TmFl.Honda. MondaTta;ta Aprtt.Jolr opened for the fall term Monday morn: of Florida;;''and also be under lID liabilities : Sunday s :hool room ,with some H// '/ '
... nnt "
t Ian+ Tena-1Urt1loeda71.0Aober.Q ng., The big building which has 'tot and, restrictions Imposed upon toughs, a: d to my horror I saw, "
YfLI. several been occupied and used his the Quality Make s the Bargain
LI7fDOmCLOAIU yean said corporation for profit by the laws elbowing ,way *- through t;
t: tbL Ieeel. U'the public school. for colored people the crowd I same burly fellow, and

:T w.& tI Bsgit -II the"',property of, a negro socletj I' of Stats.ARTICLE) "' I',begaq to feel that between him 41x, .. t'W'eUth: Street.. : -', _KyT-..._..., tea. ,
I in. / -j :
I CBUICB DIMCTOBT styling Itself 'the Freedmen'a {Assoclaj- ,, and ,the others I should be .killed '. 'I : I
tarp .Corner ATMIWO aa4 7Utt grid.aehlaI The amount, 'of. the capital stock ,
!,. rj tartar nomtnf aUl o'clock. tlon. and that Is how the fun'began! shan.be when, to my astonishment, he walk-. \

BMa ,Behe Dnoa>t M at a ii ps a clock:pr.yera: Bapti eeang.vetJW Toon*. Union Acadejny! Is controlled by aboard 'divided. Into twenty-five 250 shares thousand of the dollars val, ed up ,to 110 ringleader and said: ... ", I I ".
/ thht at rte lAU areaordt.1 yIs.W. Freedmen's. "The octor and cleanout ,
of trustees of the me can .
,Pager. 'of each and '
tjl J k1TUtTo. uel[ one .hundred dollars "
Association,and,unfortunately for,the this t loon. ,You get out. } r
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MsrlfDnr Enio .Ai. BOOTB, Oorner Avw shall have the power to Increase the '
M C Jad Sib treet-Prayw meeting wedges association it JI"" alleged that thesetrusteeshave fy HORNER
Sonday Benoc at Ma.* ; fifty thousand dollars.The ,
.1 day at'J Jt m C arrayed themaelves'lntotwo h ..., A Slight MUUk .
a/11 am : orthleacneataup r
resealty certificate f
Of be
stock paid
m. aehle&(780R a i rcu no.- factions, which ,makes matters 'I I may "Wheni ver an unknown 1 person Rental
J. The Real
rathet unpleasant at tlmeai.nd'thleWas tO rln.-cash'Lor in property, labpr, or of, distin< ui hed appearance enters Estate nd, Agents!

?seats,*at Co-ner II o'clock Avenue a. n C anJ: Sunday.lltfeTMChln : one .of the, 'times. About a" week, services' the, value of which, shall,be j I my office, I am reminded of the experience 14th Street. ,:,::::;: ScbOo 6PreactIns at Tip m. estimated and allowed by the board of ( if :Frank Vanderlip," saidi r.
Itu announced
Liw.e tote p, i.t JuniorEpwortbn ago oroughlr directors at their first meeting by resolutions -I i I
senator "secretary. "When Van- _
Les** ritep .*Prayer eetine wedne.4asat v advertised among the colored,I people I s : u u u
etlseo'clock; A $1' weteome. Academy open regular l entered,fo their ::derlip:wa i' Secretary Gage's private "j I 1
'would forthe
L. sierra Pastor: that .Union .n:;+ .I5E1 I ,
7 T r sautes, P. ., ,e.ue B and tab fall term on Monday moraing. September utes.. In-J I secretary, before' lee' got well acquainted -
I!' vetfjaralor Prayer. 1 o'elnck: Sunday 5., For;:some, ransom'I'' this Incurred | ,ARTICLE IV. :, lie, paid little.attention! to

day a Blot 9.'la T JO i Brcaing; Holy Kpehariit.PFayer S**o every i Wedne.v nrdlaiBMth. the displeasure" of one faction, This.: corporation shall, bare perpetrual : the.people he,did not%know.. One iit1Tfftlm' !'! "'TTTiitiTTT" TTTflmn" mi! ;;; !
'' da Llltlet leer! and S. eo4d Fir*aiwl and Fourth third aundari at Coco at whO; In'the early morning of Monday existence and succession, by";Its ;a day a member of the cabinet calledon c

,e at S JB B... NtB.YVLLra.Bacar.P5..iiTT ] assembled with hatchets, hammers. and ,corporate, .nme; nnless dissolved,In theuiannerprescribed Secretary Gage and was ignored [ .
Il5tu;'iah :=
a'hgalaverBU'' v. mnrntnratll'clock I' ,
Pr II| ARTICLE V. ; 0 the private 'room unan- =
1r a.eej rr8on l TrT.itnf n-: % school bnll4ing'and it was matter, I j ( _I '1" =_
,,' i UB.M W. FARU.Pattor. only: a Sew moments before'every door The business, ..of the corporation: I'nounced.I The cabinet officer complained "f J HAS' LE SED THE 3..-
J, Citii rn ail i itiim Soe rrr. melt at Maxi building nailed "hall be conducted by a president, genera -; to President McKinley'andthe ; == *
( A. P. cry'r.al CoMora fve. and Buy ftreL and window In the we/e -: ==
,f' .1 l .m..nave dai; aa securely as' big nails could make ) manager, secretary, treasurer and president mentioned it to,Secre- jHi: ,Aragon :Hote : Jacksonville. Fla.
?: TRADE. i and such tary Gaze; who 'thereupon -reprimande.d ; 3
!lOAItT 3OAKD OF t hem., Upon the arrlvw,.of, Principal 'ijf a board of three directors "
; Kr DeBose: and his assIstants. ,it!!was, ,dia-' other officers and agents as may behereafter i <<. 'a derlip. 5T' It is open on tbe American Ian.' Rates $2.60 per'day andupwards :2:;::!

4denUYlccFrMtdent.Wnnai Brown covered that trouble. was 'ahead the ,elected j appointed.. Theo lH "The:next day Vanderlip" turned CT The hotel bas bee thoroughly renovated aad put 3
nut I. V. Moor, that It had beep: "barred I Jeers shall be elected at the regular over;'a new leaf. One of the first =Z fn first cisss condition secon to none in the city. New ele- -9,
p BM \1ce-FfMldeat i. IL lammaf.rr. :; faculty noting JSS: :: plumbing been installed Sew
bualnesL". aD 1clea to'1 uinual meetings [of the stockholder* persons'to enter,was a distinguished samplennoome aha andllargeJtllUtlittUtltUtZflilllilttttilt
r ft E. V. Blatfaoan. out of With as j C ; have been .: ==
". J Jr I Tr< Murtr, B. B. Tat im. who,vas responsible for this! state bf,, e'': be held In Miami, Dads'eount1; looking J lard.old r fellow with ,received a patriarchal ::' t I ;;;;;e

affairs; the principal sent for the members 1 :Orida, ,onlfhe; first Monday In June Vanderlip ?
him'wit great consideration, handing lill11111111Jl1111111111111 LUtutuit
l of the other,faction- and J with the: E each and,even year.: It Is also pro- s I' '
jL W. W. r-
ter. B Bjdnr. F. Halm. him a chair which the old fel- '
>.< ; John! BewaiLS assistance of these,trustege, the( bars) vlded' that,one person shall hold any low too' with 'gravity 'and some t _, I t
r" ? 'DING ooioirrreEa. were 'quickly removed. The opposing i'\ro;omces:|,The/names tH the officers :. -
/ :SAnno,.W R Patterson. BT8rmoor. .; action as a resort took'th,waiter be-: 1!Id drectors who shall manage''tbe wondernposite cnt;, Seating himself op- r .... I
sun Tot rs.. .James A. T; K.ft. a; fore ,Attorney Thrasher. After, examnng -: huslness and affairs of the said coronation cngagin,); anderlip smile, "What aaked,can.witli I a do most for .... ....._.."......... ....... .... .. ..........,tiI ,
fly.FT lease held by I I the school : until their shall I
B wG8-Baney; j. ,M.; 5acku*. P. the AtItomey' successor 'you, Fir" i 1\I.cR.EE '
Frederick boardand, the l law o* the spbfeet! ,: 4 elected by the! stockholders at their .. BEl.OS. '
f. i'W; a F. WJ Ro >. G J-: : ., I 'Ohl nothing,' replied the visitor ', .
J. Thrasher adviseUt; them' that :l rst annual meeting are! as follows: ." .' I
.". 'I just came to wind the I '
'. BC.LLTH AND 8A ITARTJack.ot4r. nothing could be done'lntbe| premises ": President, J.; 1(., Tatum.. KIXDEK :
: ; ;' LOU GA.
1 ''' clocks. 7-Washington Star.- ,
; r Jif:, Front. \V W; Enlo iin1e1.p I,,
? lanacaiw R- 4: Klnc. B. M.ERB and to. go,home and, behave, 'themselvusj, : Vice-President: land general; manager ,
M And the school.jthongh a lIttle de: .4 T. dystt.Seeijetary ., U.eful' Jake ===
R AND HA W RS-GaJiMde. "tay1j A l System: ., -
Chta at Rnmph. EJlard C:' Tatum. opened the term In accordance ', :and treasurer, S.'M.TatumARTICLE : I, The \ ire of a distinguished con- ", : J
Bhtmahan'U.L announcement.-Gaiesyllle( Sun. I' VI. .
the ..
PRFiGHT'8- I. l, ,] gressma 1 is enduring some good na- Kinder :
R. LRpADS, AND Tljie highest:amount of Indebtedness Lou Crates i it ,
Era I.; Lne, C. D; JjmmusTatum. RHEUM ATISSLJ tured c! nff over the'r cent failure ,
w Erwin.,Wm VI i McDonald J. A.' >which the Eorporationmay at any of a the >ry which the: has held as to :
{ C LRirrES-Bytnftnn. E. T.:' CbeatX. When; 'p :1lI'or Irritation.Iixis.i( on I me' subject Itself shall. be twenty i it the,.Use: of memory systems Not ,

f i.J. J. H.J Donclaa.ini B.; OanUer, T. any r-Jt of tie body, th4'applcatIof ousand dollars. ;.' long ag: i at large dinner she was Chase|& Fi arney. Miami .
; ; : nl C. L. .Ballard'a ..Snow Liniment gtrjirompt ; ARTICLE, VIL .telling f'a remarkably gifted man

AUo UCtTLTTRE-. acknvaa.J. B : arur.nK D. ,V.A.; relief., E. W.:,Sullivan.' ProPSuJ'var The names and" residences: ,of ,theibspribers whom s e had lately met, but whose i 'Sell Kinder Lu. Crakes all Dade

I"W k : ?o5/:K. :, House El,Reno., -p. T.,'wrtt, + i to' the.capital stock and i i:name hi d escaped her. over County i

P uc Bt'IL'DIN' 8-Homer, J% w.; June 6, 1902: "I take pleasure. In reed : e number, of j r shares subscribed' by j t.. "I 'an sure, she said, while thecompan ..'i''H M+att.. ,11

fsu i4 e. P- C.: Ret y. J. B.; Bowen mmcndlng. Ballard'i'.,Snow Llalmen etch'are as follows: -i''' r waited eagerly for the sys-

Job TVbatw. H. T. rli.aeiL Glen C.; to',rJl, who are afflicted. withlrhenmattsm. ; j/jJ/ : H., Tatum. Miami, Florida ',8k 1real tem to work,.."I am sure ,his nametbegan' ..
aS U. H NPFACTCRES-T Conrad J. ARhodes.. R.V. ., It U heonly; remedy, I havi '1 ha '"; j t v ith B and had three B,)lla- -

% feeUy/J.' 'Y; B. found that gives, Immediate? relief C.':, !.:Clyatt: ,, Miami! Florida. 84.bares. ., >; blcs"-a long pauses ,"Oh, yes, I

s E XCC IO ktr in.. W. M; ';5c...60c... $ .IO.. Sold 1''Red Crow remember I1',she'announced finally. '

Hay W e, A.W..L.Oautl: Bu4tby.* Redmond'3. G.!;B.StuKh. harmacy.: 'I l.a'. l' .I". S.I.ales:,; .:, Tatnm,J Miami. Florida; 83.. "It n as]Moore.. "-Uarpcr'g: Weekly. World; Fair' ,Rates

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tolb. X J '
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v.1 1 w _- NecMtary. :< !
J1Mo 4KJBATION-B1 a e k ra a n, B. In witness ereof the parties- hereo '
a, F. Tatu a. Dorn. *. x, 1 Notice Is hereby 'given that' the undersigned have set t their hands and seals this A'yo ing Scotch minister, with an 'I

.. er. 1. W. will, on Sept n 111t. 1904.to he 12th-day of July.'A. D. 1904. exalted opinion of his forensic power ,
!.*> -.TERTAINMrWl..Rhodes R. W.; ,pli. his"" excellency, nl1i.m'; J. IL TAT 1i, ; ,sai 1. one j'
'By*. ;e. H. C.} Oarthldd ..C.J aR'nir.y. Jennings, Governor of ,the. State., ,of 1'- E.. T. CLYATT; in the irk': "I don't think, John, I The
StweU. JoW. j L. & N.R.
[ ;YERTISING- arsB. B.J 1ltne.- Florida, for letters patent on the pro !/"' S.'M. TATUM.. need pincuml t,the gown on. It's only'an : : : R.

J. r.B.| ; BytoatOB. B. T.; Blackman; posed charter of the,Iliami jfrieh ant t to of fto 1dr'\!i -' r' ance, ", though some folk I !
!. ?4 Hetherlaftoik. k. T.ie .. ,Fruit Canning .Company,) hereto anexed. ''onntjr of Dade.Fersonslly 1 \: seem"t think 'it makes a preacher x '
r tuU Wt ot ttemoers,' mterjnf more ii ..I :
l I. appeared before me, a pressive. ; ,
ty m an are a,[fonows: E. T.ICLYATZil ['otary. public 10r. the State of Florida' Yer, ?r John Aye?j aye'sir.. : Excursion Ticke s now on sale daily i

L iacltsou, J. M, Jr. That's it. It makesA'e mail
W. just ,
? .. it large;J. Tatum/E T. Clyatt and' from Jacksonville
W.; let tColK A. J. .! : k. M.. Tatum to me ell,lmOWD and impres ive, an' 'ye needit, sir; ye 'to ,St. :

A ethyJ. C King.' h., J.VUimmua B.H. We, the'unden lpe4.,J.H'Tat uD. Down by me jto' be the'persons des- need it London.: Sporting Times." Louis. '. 4 nd return '

A bl L L. E. T. Clyatt, and S. )Tatum.. all dt- prlbpd In :;and }who executed ,the fore "a
I ; Hie Criticism.Edna
i, : A BIIWH.IW.M.racb. F., Ueffler.'C.A .aMcDonald. ssna' and residents of Miami. Dade ,-oing artlclee'of incorporation.of the durie once showed apaintir 'tO.65: . .:. : :,: .eturn, Limit Dec mlier 15th.

Y k.f. C.Mine. .' J: A. Bounty. Florida, do hereby purpose'associatemrselres ;' Corn-1! g to/ Sir olds, 3.90 . . ',' 0; Return Limit'60, days

W. U.MerrltC together,for the I whose' Opinion he invite Sir . .. .
W M.niton. .- Uaynard. ; : 27.00 .M ; .Return mitt5-days
,tor proflt and I .
corporation ttat executed the for ,
X. T. Z. T., forming tI o me they same Joshutl looked long and attentively j
sinner, O.Mererc. I becoming'Incorporated under the law, i the pnriose'therein expressed.In ,. .it. "1v ell ".' he ,said,] "! reallydon't '
BadyJE. L.Baher The L. & N. is th line
""" f B.Killie,1 O n. & .)f.the State of Florida: '; t 'II testmony whereof, I hare, herenni'Flo :now what _to say. It's a < best to St" ; Louis
: The following articles of Incorpora- set hand and affixed official "
H..C. Uorse. Fred 8. my eleventh thing, but whether there'ssufficient I ,"-

E amler. G.'D.J Moore T. V.McDonald. lion have.been adopted by' the_undersigned ; 'teal at Miami,Florida, "this the 12th promise, in it.;,to justifymy schedules
rates d
E and constitute the proposed of July. A. D. 1904 Fpr a sIeeping.|car, reserv-atfons ,
*. M. W.,H.tlcKlnaoa. lay sy, ad Ung the young man to adoptart .
'' Bkul.T.'W.w. O..:A< ?-barter of the Intended incorporation.: h (Seal). ROBTXTATLOR.Notary .;; as k calling I really cannot say." .;, _a ply to. "
Nelson. Edwin ARTICLE:I. 4: I'nblic'StatV' Florida at Reynolds': work, done t I :
L 4: (0wn
HCbtei Peek; R.3.' "The name of this Incorporation shallbe !"I! ;, ... many I years before.. :.E; Jj. M.'FLEMING,. -.' ,C. I, STONE*

tl Pront.'W. W. Miami FIsh' 'and. Fruit Canningtt blyco .- expires" Dec)10.1904.ui ;-, ., t .!, ;,1'1, \. rh': Paaa>., .206 W. Bay St.". sat o1Ti11e. G. Rs. Art'Lou ril1t.

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LraVi 'NOTICE 07 ELECTION.1 of the State at the general electio* n 4UESTIONS' I f. ; .

i y ifpgy T flTfteprffiessiopjs Whereu, the LccUIatort of 1903, coax 1904..for'I'ratification ,or,rejection: ; ,,ANSWEREDInformation : 'I'' aa < is There ihi eoi'o are tea
ier the Conttltutloo::' of,1885, ,trf the That Section' '10 of Article > of the &creic1a. to the aid
1 : acre OH
Constitution of,tbe State'Florida is *
State of Florida, did pus seven 'Joloi 'd. 1.1' 1" :; I : the neighborhood.'afl
hereby I
amended io' as .tor. follows from SO i enU a dozen for "
Re4'8jsaa .
resolution Constitution. proposing of the amendments State of Flor-to I :. ,; I It' 'j l bf 'Interest'to the Prospective Settler lab to U eenta apiece for Porto'Rioaa* .
.j Section The credit of the State The
lOjj pero tsge'of plants fruiting ... ; -
Id, and,the lime were agreed' to by a sjiall not'be pledged. cr. loaned' to anytpdivldnal ,t" Concerning;: Miami and the Southern pends np< n the car and Judgment a*. J

Patesso faATTORN rote of three-fourths of all the mem- company corporPUon or association ... erclse'ln their culture, some sjoweti ..,

brs elected to each house; that the i nor shall' the State become '.' ., of pade County. t baving s,icceeded In.. securing' try
: )
S ATIJAW. rote'on said Joint resolutions were eri- el| joint I owner or stockholder in 'any i. rortion from 90 per cent of the plaata in tUb '

upon their: respective journals; company/ association or corporation. i-
WUI praedea la 44 eonna.State FaOanlrrcctti tered I .
ledtlttcT vitae zrmlatn.aed with yeas and nays thereon, and'they: The legislature shad not authorize anrfjOUntr.lcftr. 5o many Inquiries 'are' directed to able as ,In any section'of th:country, Plnert1 i be purchased from I |fi'. 't

teed T nr.r ., !Miami Fie: did determine and direct that the nip. ; borough, township.or, incorporated th Metropolis by prospective settlers and far more so than In most up. depending on >nrnrlsn> ,t

aaoxrtr Joint resolutions be submitted. to the district become a stockholder or j homeseeken con< ernlng conditions THE CITY'S' FUTURE. and shipping point Oao4

T. M. D, electors 'of the' State at the generalelection in! any company association or exj tIDe in this Part of the country j Miami possesses,all modern>conveniences lands on rock road within I'J miles' .t J J!

P suotJ I Noremben. 1904. :' cior'poratI or to obtain or[appropriate an the burden of c >rrespondence entailed -civilization; u electric lights, Miami may be had for $60 an"acns aa4 t

OflJo fjihe Cross Pb 4 -Nr. Nowahereforel, H. Clay Crawford, money For orj to loan 1U credit to any thereby-h.a''' become so heavy water works se1l'oiace. telephone system '80mewbaf less than that sum to? land]

1ry) 14th C StreeJaOAMX H Secretary of State,*"ot the State of Florida i orporatlon, ssoclatlon. Institution or that we have attempted in the followin I I free mail delivery three newspapers not Imm lately; on a 1'0&4Th. same
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FLORIDA. ,.do hereby five notice that a ndivldual except that the legislature article to sum. arize such Inform ,- two national 'banks;;one: State quality o land farther away troy :.:;

; GENERAL---I: ELECTION' nay' authorize municipal corporations ition as is most Important. alt to bank, etc. It has miles of beautiful transport lion facilities' can'of coarse, 1

J. H. JACKSCm, JR., j will) beheld'In each .count-In Floridaon .o relieve front municipal taxation fdr answer. the question 1 i most:frequenUraded streets of native white stone It, Is be purchi sed' for less. The land !la ate. ,,

D& s Tuesday next succeeding'the first inch period of yean as to'the municipal .' It Is hoped by this means thata practically the terminus of_the Florida p'romlslni ; In appearance to those 'a.. t'j

mcx: Monday.'in' November A. D. 1904 the 'authorities' may'seem: proper any ample/ copy of this paper of.whichh East Coast Railway, for though an ex- custom to the deep, rich soy' at ..f..

HOTEL BISCA, ? thi; BLOCK, AVE.D. said 'Tuesday being the I nanufacturing enterprise that may lo- odreds are' will. In most tension of the road has recently; been other St tea, being rocky and sandy, J

MIAMI. .f FLORIDA.Offlce EIGHTH# OF NOVEMBER i rate within tie'said. municipality but ci s', serve the enB? ; e Intended bet- built. penetrating the farming lands yet react ts'can be obtained from M, x

for the ratification or rejection of the I;no such ;jexemption shall be for ajlon- te than'. per 1 .' Specific In- forty-five; miles south, this U merely for in'' K cess of the returns 'reaitoaf )

DR. W. j RUSH laid Joint resolutions proposing.amendments ,'ger period"I than fifteen years.' fofmatlon mar by: writing a feeder" to the. 'commerce of this city. from the more fertile section*'of;tb4 _

825-1* 1.treet'Yhone; SI. to the Constitution of the State ,I' ,i ARTICLE XXV. J t any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks country the ; Fertilizer must be used ,bid

of Florida, via" I w oseVadvertisemen 2> appear In this of'the P,; 0O; .'SteamsbJp Company retu ns mqre than justify theex.: .
Residence, J 9th St. That following amendment to pendltu .
P r;' and the best ray to become fa- whose lines to ,
MIAM FLA. ARTICLE: XXLThatthe 'the Constitution of the State of Florida are operated Key West People
Ii following amendmentthe ,' ,1tr with local cO iditions, progress, to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense of energy 'and industry! I arf ':
be and !is hereby agreed to and shall be heartily
1 ustr1es and cu: rent' happenings, wharrea, etc.; welcomed, and the _
Constitution! oC.the State of Florida submitted t4 lthe electors of the state are being projected, to country1- r
BACEO&i develop
F..W. be, and the same la, nereny'1'agreed I | ile contemplating removing to, this keep im with the Vastly Increased eat .being practically just. begun .
at the general election In November; 1 there I
is if
to, and shall be submitted to the ales ton Is through reading the Daily; maritime business that must follow on room for all to reap UM :'t
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in-Made ,1904, for rejection. benefits .
Plans, Specifier lions! aadof I o the Metropolis, the formero the hlch must ensue ,.. .'i
Weekly deepening of tin aa the .
AM Kind*, [Finea.fCoiiaral1jla.e tors of.the State, at the general election Section ratflcaUon.or. [ XVI shall bay the harbor o.rk' cult of -
II s ch
.r which'win'be', to address which Is Capital
.idfi ft a Specialty .In November. 1904 for ratification .amended follows: any now actually progressing.: here find 1
a the, rate of $5.& a,year $U5 fort appropriation of has ma t profitable investment whM
; I $300,000 been
1 I!
D. secured
CE, 1315, Ay SUE or r Jectt n. r [ Section 6. Fhe Legislature shall provide !, labor Is demand ;
Off Constlr ree months; the T eekly-a large 18e from the Government and well paid. Peo
Section 6 ot,article 8. of the for harbor ,
fof:the l edY'publication and. pie of .r
m crate
tutlon of the State'of Florida is here I :paper being Wed.for'. $L6C Improvements, and the Florida means who come here i
distribution all laws It enact and
:jot may buy a small
Coast'Railroad or make '
/ read follows ar' East Is also pledged to land, ;
by amended so as to u and '
All decisions the Supreme Court modest tome
c THE CITY ( )F MIAMI..' set out fruit tree "
-' shall expend a like amount.-ThUs. J600.000Is *?:aad 1'
vii Section 6. The: legislature pro- I all laws ands judicial decisions shall be while
/ Sprang ,out Of th >, wilderness elght\ now being used for this purpose and > tiling for these to come"inta
ride for the election by the qualified )
publication any'person. '1
free for; by : But bearing
NEER" the ralln ad reached Is engage In trucking tare
NC electors of ,each county of.tbe followIng .- Court rs ago, having 'ft a moral certainty; that further ap ; al '
of the Supreme most
b officers not judgment t !II point April 15, 896. Prior to this propriations'. be secured until the without v exception, 1I1eeesstuJ. "
K4 t Ina iw Mum ij.FUualon county : shall take effect until the opinion of And thli
oifle success costs lea
; t whose trade harbor Is effort
Fla. I e one.store was prin- In a condition commensuratewith than
aj-lo" clerk of the circuit court a sheriff, '
eanEagi.ee rlaadSer.erie th. A the .court, In such case shall be filed jally! ::withthe, Indians+ and a few IU ''importance from a commercial '\ In othe part of,, the country: vaM I s
i of.taxes, >
30\ constable, a county assessor of said court > the dim
with the tic conditions 4
La.1 n of Florida.YMOUI t ,I _. attered families! eking out a precar- geographical and strategical render ont-4oo f
a county collector a county; treasurer ARTICLE XXVI.:' I'tcfannfactnre is livelihood 'by twrecking;and the standpoint=ImPOrtance',' recognized work pc sslble every .d .7,1n 'the'year : ,
superintendent of public In- {
a Section, 1 of. Article V of the, .Constitution .- of cobntie starch weret by public men at Uie National Capital, with th i-'' health benefits; of;;such ,aa :
itrnctlon and a countl111"feror. J
I; of the State of Florida iff hereby e only evidences:jf cI lIzaUon.: On and by all who will study the location open-air life thrown In. At the aaoM i
Aft .[ ey'atLaW The term of all the'countr
< qf office amended so'as' to read as follows: J lr! 28, 1898 Miami was incorporated of this POrt ''and1lts relation to Insulir time people who- an,enjoying heaKN '
section '
officers In this shall Section'1.i,The judicial poWeV of the a a city, furnishing perhaps the only and. South j't.f American, ,',commerce, to and mo< eraU success In their preaenl :
be four : except, that the term of abodes!
i ...ill practice llCoJrt all tai Suu aid Federal office of years the county assessor of taxes, State shall I be ,vested in a Supreme I itance. on:. recorl In,which a, ,full say: nothing of the vast trade that There si, ad better stay where they; rue, i.

*. Portia tu.tio t to Cn>stases collector Court circuit courts courts of.record. ged city; came, Into extstence/wlth- mast spring Into existence upon: the cod be* weighty reson to laflnence -
PnJbate Law.Ml : tax and treasurer, "
Mejcaatlt* Rait u sad county county courts, county judges and justices first having been a' town Three completion ',of the Panama canal" i nyoneto mate a move of soda
,, 4 a rriw1 r.LCT8 ., FLL- shall be for two yearn, until the general : I required t' I Importaiee., People who '
I at of the {peace. Bred registered /voters are A glance the map, will show the haw mad* ,
election in November .1906, failures eieewhersvery
Section 5 jpf Article V of the Constitution entitle any comi innlty; /to be called most casual observer the possibilities/ are not likely to lie .

Home which election'he, shall' be elected of the Mate of Florida is hereby <[-city.; less than that number conic the future bolds for the Magic City.; sni, cessfnl here. InUtligeae aa4 .
Attention.; for terms of four yean each, and amended solas; to read: .a'follows tpting a town.., At a.meeting held for SCHOOLS AND ,CHURCHES., Indus?,! are. as,essential to goo* far. .'

-Yon will d it to you interest In thenceforth this section all county shall be officers'elected named for Section S.J The Snpreme'Conrt shall purpose .of ,li corporation,'three Miami. 0 has' :one of.,the besv'pnbl'ic: : globe.It tune b! U la any other part of tM ,

call before in esting. have appellate jurisdiction In all cases nd one-half monhs, after the ,:first schools in tbe State, embracing both
Furnished I U> vf J duses p and rooms J to terms of four years. .Their powers at law and In equity originating In. circuit rain reachedMiaiti/ 344 votes'were the common and hIP school courtes. it desired to engage la general

t. Rea b irgaina in real estate, duties. and compensations shall be' pre-;; courts| and of appeals from the ast ,The phenomi nal growth of this The buildings are large and well ventilated f oats! la this raising of wheat,'coca,,

ti and cool Insurance taxe i w bed by law. ; circuit courts Jrie oea arising before arty 1 : period bai been sustainedhroughout and there Is a competent corp or peaches, apples;. grapes 'ut .

actionsl! :< attented authorizing to. ARTICLE:
a apecailicense kinds That :the ,following amendments to their probate jurisdiction, ,and-In the tr": history.: be'erected |i this summer, which wil! one must east his lot ague hundred ol. ;

/!' m : to prepare all estate, legal trans the Constitution of the' State of Florida management,of the: estates -of Intents, > POPULA: ON. ,ETC.- provide Induction' for both sexes. I miles tcj the north, and accept the eoM "
real .

7. 1 mph att.IIG C. CARROLL, and shall be submitted to the electors the courts ot records i.nd..1n all criminal lation of between 4,000 and 6,000.: In deal conservatory, and art school, so where these things can b*. growa. ;,
.5 S Notary. Public.hire of the State'at the general eleo-: cases,originating In. the circuit courts. e ,winter months) this population; : that every| educational need "may: be .I Neither la this a stock-raising eooatry. ':

>te a....' y,, sad ltd etneta.W. Ion in 1904 for ratification or rejection.: The'conn shag.ha>ni the power to,Issue ugmented, by ,th< addition ot hunIreds supplied There are about thirty; I There 11 a "no-fence law. whkb to a '

Section 8, of Article XII of the Con' writs of mandamus, certlorari prohibition of visitors, m Mtly of the wealthlist. flourisblngj:schools In the'county.; great boon to the settler of flatted

itlttttlon Is' hereby amended so U to ,'quo warranto, habeas'corpus, and :classes, who x>me to enjoy the' Every religious >denomination is I means, land there\ Is very little .ttn
read act follows also all necessary 1" to I [eal climate and he finest fishing Intie represented, and the following bare the"| county. On the other ':
J'E J ,1 wriU ': or/proper world. To accommodaU' these b handsome church> band 11 it is desired to engage la the
: C. AYNMP, Section vHL .Each C UDtlbal; be the 'complete. exercise of/lft Jurisdic! I buildings: 'Prtsbyterian. culture at cirrus
: ,, sltors .there, ar numerous, hotels .' Episcopalian, Catholic, M. E.Chureb. fruit, pineapples various
S" /ry, t.Foetom required! to assess and collect annually, tion.. E.1 r.a tb"f1= u:re sLnl''bnr" < ti
schools ,1' ". id boarding boo *, principal among M. E. 'Church, ''South, -and opical or semi-tropical fndta
for the support of public free Kite 1./r ,
1aT1e1t. power: to e rt;! !I' corpus i the
21 k > / gro mag of
BaPUst.1' at
: vegetables the
hick is the Hotel Royal Palm an Im- sea
"I 1'b'def1 tit therein a tax of not less than three (3) to oatjct! tate, petition )
"goctlt any: tL"I Ii upon son of he
lense : when all
year other
mills the building.. 64< i feet long. 300 fe+ j f SOILS AND PRODUCTS. part
inflator mote than (7) on of held inactual
by or on behalf any person
: cf the, ountry
tJ. ( are In the
grip of wto-
Ide and five storii with The
high principal
s Industry: n this section !
dollar, of .all taxable property ,in the custody,. and may make such '' ter"tfii-
f' E0: MCDONALD .- lodations. for 800 guests,' beside loblea is the' growing of fruits and winter offers decided dftJlt-
: aame., writs returnable before himself or theSupreme
vegetables ages o er any other portion of theUnltrl
1 Engineer I rotundas, dli Inc 'rooma'omcesha' for the Northern mar- -
ARTICLE XXIII. Court or lar.r.justice thereof, I tatel.' '
: It Is set in fc renty acres of trotal -' kets.. Tomatoes form'' the staple I ,
ne1tJ j crop
4' i.gsal i.idiagLaad a.p That the following 'amendment to or before any circuit! ,judge and when .
.a gardens, beau fnl beyond | but there are large quantities of other
COCOA JT GROVE. FLA. ., *he Constitution of the State of Floridabe not returned to the Supreme Court an I
on." There are several other vegetable(| grown. such ,as tomatoes, HERBINE
and the same Is hereby.agreed to appeal: to that court .Aal{ always lie' r descrlP-j I
,., Imaller than, the Royal Palm egg plants peppers:' beans etc. The
and shall be submitted to the electorsof Section U of Article V of .be Constitution ; th-; than'r
j. A. ANN : sire, yet larger and with better; < planting season extends -from about Renders bile more fluid and :
the State at the general election In 'ut'the ; Ststi of Florida Is : !
an is ,usually (found ,in'towns pf October 1 :to January 15, and the bulk helps he blood to flow; it ,affotds
y1W D.;1904, for ratification or!, hereby amended! so as to read as fnl- .
'' IMtMawrae lMtae.e Noyellbe7'- '< Ice the sire. At this writing anfther' I i of tile shipments are sent North from i prompt] relief from biliousness ladV,

rejection. "I I .,; I lows:: } l' .. five-story hotel. Is .in process of ']November' j until May: although, there getlo.h IsnsTBal-fr
+er'C. Section 18 of Article V. of the Constitution ,, Section IL The circuit courtS shall : I .
,, t Uon.,. being practicably, no difference in the gestlon sick and nervous headaches,'
S shall be and is hereby have exclusive original jurisdiction In ev-
Cl Is Maf ,
The population cosmopolitan, seasons, seeds! may be planted or,vegetables and th over Indulgence In food anddrink. "
10 s* to read as follows? all cases in eq tAlso !mall cases '
i t tS5etlon48. State In"the ynlon furnishing 1UiioU gathered any Jay In the yajf. Herbine acts quickly, a'do. "
.,The Legislature may: organize law iognlzable Inferior'l'ourtln"
at not by
of npreseitauves. An unde- Vegetables'' gro..n I after fljeals will
} : usually on the bring the patient tot.
..' such unties as it think In ail the legality
1A may cases ::1 i
irable,foreign element Is unknown. prairie,landsi:wbhlcb are free from a good condition la a few days.a .

. I (9Na e ti'iee.hida' proper countco rtl1I'hlchab1'' have of any taxi assessment or ton: or the CLIIL\TE. timber acd, are .composed of a kind ,oft ij. .Cajdwell, agent M. K. T.
at lar* In which ejectment actions t '
Jarisdlction of all ones action of and of all \
:\, Writing from'ersonM experience, R. R, CbecoUb. Ind. Ter, writes April
AREIVOU! GOING the demand or vaJue bf the property; Involving the ',titles' or boundaries, of ifter.visiting Calil ornla and other sec- 'arL| ,L Jare grown: on pine "lands, 18th. 1303' :.'1.1I'u'lick for over t1re

r Involved shall not exceed five'.hundred' real esUte| and of ell crImlnltcasea' ionq! 'where' cllnaatic conditions ,are which are slightly higher than the yean with enlargement of the liver

AortH'w!' ',West ? dollars; of proceedings relating to the' cot cognizable by!Interior courts;, and Considered at theii best,' we can unhes- prairies and In thi'section very rocky and a lean. The,doctors' did 'MM, a*

I I forcible,entry unlawful detention of original jurisdiction of actlca of forcible tUtlngly say that Miami has the most ,This rock! Is a peculiar,! coral formation good, nd f had given np aU hope\ oC
':!' I, ; HEl'It' lands sad'tenements, and of(misdemeanors \entry, 'and unl-"al.detalllr. and perfect winters, ell mate In the United containing a great deal of plant food being < ured when my druggist advised

J .' and'final appellate Jurisdiction bf su'th other matters as the legislaturemay 'tates. Cold Is a most unknown, even as evidenced by the fact that In many me to use Herbine. It baa made ..

Lomax & mm i 1 In civil cases arising In,courts of' :provide.: They snail. 'have final e slightest! fro it being very r re. places orange and other fruit trees are sound lid, welL CO cent. at Red Craaa

1 the,Justices of the peace., : : appellate Jurisdiction In all civil.cases :|lie 'warmth of unmmer Is tempered to be'seen bearing thriftily, though Pha.

+ ill road The trial'of such appeals may: be de tried in tbe courts of record of judgments ty the cooling b-eezes ,from, the Atlantic apparently standing on' 'a solid plate

'f sernler.lnt novo at.the' option f>f the appellant or [sentences I of", any al ,, and the highest temperature of this rock. Being'of a porous or ,Con i! iderable excitement prevailed

: Offers !Uedlsuen curryingPullman The,county Judge shall be the judge of court, anq, of"alljcasrs J ,arising before. Recorded by the government thermometer honey-combed structure. the. roots of upon i he streets of Gainesville Friday

"T Modemeepers a ko-date roaches, free.rehears the county court, and.shall. be an at- justices'.of'the.peace''' Ir. counties ,In ;; during the rammer'months Is ,98.HEALTH. the trees',' are enabled' to penetrate It morns ig' by the appearance''of nuaI
;, I < :: torney-at lanr. which there IF* a county court, ,or and draw ample sustenance from what '
cllnlnc elf 1 and : fning ears the \ f I f ff dog, >d for a few momenU there was
Ira.and: southern cities There shall be elected by qualified court of 'record aiiij supervision! an! The city, ranks .among tbe: first!]! In i would appear to:be a very unprOmisIng a ace ie:of general animation., Th.anim

between 1 fines ni iklnjr career ks in tb electors of each county' ; at the time apPellate JnnsdSji: m jot ,matters arising -, the;.United State* In" point of health. source. This rock, .by' the way was a very floe pointer,' *

Tbe otb.. :11,111AH 1 when ,said Judge is'.elected, a prosecuting before,counir JucgekperJainr-3! to" f There .Is entire freedom from cataria,, makes a beautiful and durable building by W\\P, Lee who refused a 1

J" ,' Area. Seu''Through TlckeU via14&N attorney for said f}'=OUntwho their'.probate jurisdiction; ,'or to be estates and there are no prevailing diseases". material, and the'new court house sun r the dog less than a reek

- {' r shall hold office for four years.. His and]1 interest of minors!, and ,of Those' ailments which are'common': toll and jail,':as..well u several residencesIn Befor the animal was shot'

l : duties 'and compensation shall be pre- such other matters as the legislature parts of the I country seem to'be the dry; bunt of this :stone, are ricer romweil it had abitte

r .Rate*} [schedules, Sleeping Car rribed br; law.. Such courts' may ,be: mar: provide. ,Thi circuit courts nod-| here robbed'' in part, !of their powers; as much admired by all visitors.. It also, five other dogs,

ou. AppW to abolished at tbe.pleasure of the'Legls-. ,.. ,f'- judges shall have power to issue write they usually appear in a mild formand makes the finest road material In the that be'' community)

lature. of'mandamus, Injunct'pn. quo'warrantacertiorsrijj rarely leave the bad effects ,which world and Dade! county; leads all others resul with oonsf

J.IMIFlemlrjg, Provided that all county Judges holdIng = : ; prohibition, habeas. corpus: follow In the ake, of like, diseases in the State In'mileage and condition Cain villa Sun-

f. '- i- PaVMPatXYf arena, said office at the ratification of this t( elsewhere. Scar eta' fever and diphtheria of her highways
r ti1Os WetPar t..c. and: pr>ppr, necessary, | { (> .,
I I J. nI..I'u amendment shall continue lathe exert the complete exercise: 'of their jurisd: .are, unknown. ,"while, typhoid The fruits cultivated are chiefly STOP'I '

[ else of' the duties therepf according Ito tion: fever Is rarely: heard of.. It Is a desirable : grape-fn lt., oranges,'and pineapples.

( DYSPEPTICIDE theJr reepecUTe commissions and until (Section'! 24' ot Article of -the Con place for those suffering .from Duane ''mangoes, avocado petra and aTait

Tai i t.l4 to DI r5T10N 'their successors are duly qualified and stltution of the SUM rt Florida is hereby lung troubles,' asthma, catarrh and limes are largely produced, but belnr 1

Wo', IS I |provided further, that whea any county amended so as to reed aa'follows: similar: diseases'' which are prevalent Indigenous to the country they thrive unto

; court shall hereafter be established Sectiua 24., Upon the application ofmajority In colder climates. ,Many persons'af- with little or 'no cultivation.' Citrus

Old Sort.rtoMsf. Met In any county In this State, the county of the;registered voters" ( fected with the e ills have come here trees require from three' to five. years
A' I ,
ECl, Ilkt.UYEtY -r-- Judge of said county; shall hold pie office TI! county ,In' this State the: lcglsb and have been mred or greatly benefltted. after planting -to produce,, fruit Pineapples -;

CU ED. and ,perform the duUes'ofi! Judgeof tare shall establish in 'eucb county; ., Of coo e, this Is not the ease which grow: on & plant some

'HE" IT SALVE the county; court-until his term of court of;!,record, and theo shall be 01 In every lnstan< : People die; ere.' U what resembling the cactus, and wh

office shall expire., they do here else. No countryhas are propagated by
I in* SO CENTS*JIOX.kMMn judge for each of the .said courts: wl everyw setting slip
sadbyuq-u: .. Tmretita ARTICLE: XXTT. s a practicing attorney at la' yet been discovered where peopleare suckers.:bear fruit In 18 months aftplantlrg ,
J"aaI17 R.ss.dr b: t.et.. amendment to .n.1! : t section
That the, following and;j'who fttiafltui appointed! by the,Oof I Immune fiom death and disease.At In ,ttis they; &

the Constitution of the State.ot Florida crane and confirmed'!by, the senate, III" the same Ime,' It, may be truthfully grown In'the open: there being no,

'be, end the same,la hereby agreed to : / { said that the condition tendingto cessity: jnwiction from eo
M4 BUiUW BlgM and shall be,submitted to the elector (Continued on page seven.) genera huajthfuTTiMs are aa favor- then 'A: thus' saving :ofr

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HC AILY 1, young.,men ,every, day In i{jour natlonJ"There I or Poiltl l\\principles_ sure tHe raticj unsteady_and: unsafe make-up o4, "

I are %. .OOIJ young ,men, in acme\ to grief is as .changeable asa Theodore I Roosevelt.; 'Mr.Edmunds' DONOTfMLTOSCeWHALER'S |
Y I ROPO S; the United 'Statea." j I' ;" hameleon. friends lIeYe' at. erelong: he will ;

_**In line:twelve, abreas1, hey would ( -, -- openly Identify himself with the. Par' ; JEWELRY

Psi (faad.ytry dot .aopt Si p.L form a', column two thousand miles R. A ENCA IPMEN1When ker Constitution' Club movement." STORE
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a rAIUIt tK long." i I .
F. [i&1d'' 1Y.U For each to',be idle! pave, week Is the prfdlng i eels, the The Mo Register says: "In year' 314-1 tli Street,
equal to over: two hundred I thousand I question of a perm nent encampment of peace and plenty, in a land of Immense -
f.raEOi6t 1 Ytgwa a 1vhic
:.y beingutleone"year: I ,, Florida NationalGuard variety, ';here.It" Is imposstbli ,
ga/r 1 In the Poeto oe at MtamlPiotrda, "Two cents dally' from ,teach; woul j Is mposed, that- allr ps shall '(Ml at once, and

eeeeeoud-CI unaWt.i- send.300,000 young men .to college." of ''commissioned" officers of tl s Florid where, In fact, no crop has !failed;:\gi e ..

;a. t aoutoero 2. paper puhilahea on 4 >i I militia, the association was" ufinlmou hare a dell It In the PUbtlc'tre88ury'ot / 'LENOX";,Th ? oe that pleases every child and

,1 H. oat tin boothero land of tae nlted.tMa wet t.rmlnal.aitwlerl u tae. .In the Times-Union's: jt Orld's Fat in favor of a permanent cam | At that nearly 17,000,000 for one month.'Aug- I giv s them Comfort.

edition the' East, 6oast 'has twenty meeting a resolution was ado ted naming usti With ut Inquiring Into particulars S

OR- ear by Jdaii.; Rata. $5.00 seven pases. Central.' and West j'" Florid. : !l Adjutant General, Foster > apPOInt It la easily seen "that ,there', has over twentj-fi: e different styles in this famous .'

' _letx tbs.I..}...... ............. .5.60Iz.e thirteen, and the West Coast" ten, an a commission of' five mem < rs to Investigate been bad'nfanagement.The Wehave SH E. and. can easily "fit" any
to the hundreds of thousand 'who wll and .report ousI, fes for a with COMFci RT. '
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the an'd also to A'orljolk (Va.) 'Landmark says:
several eport
see edItion the sections, o permanent camp '
'eek, by Carri r. ...e... ..10I1aml' I l! I i It is Sv ..
the state will eecesearila,] appear othat the I Association their recomm ndatlonibased According to Its custom the. SUan- the Only hoe Especially
relative importance. That we thn. The recommendations will" \ on nab News p ibllshed on the first of this! F. '
Prier ltg Compa ll.g : Designed to t. Their Feet
get'the worst of It Is, our own; fault en_' several- conditions, including size and month a re lew of the' commercial end

nka ads known on tlrely. We could have made as goo< topography': of the ,sites'! insp ted, thecos Industrial,I i rOlm'llslt Its city during Stanford '& Co.
tppH {
onTELEPHO a showing as the East_Coast t If we wen : of securing the same an the genera -, the prevlou i fiscal year. The reviews Jpposite Express omceI .

E, 61-3R. as' .-St..Petersburg Times | availability of the pro'ed sites show that Javannah Is steadily keep, I L:::
OTFI E: METRO U8 BUILDING. I' ,. Ing the remarkable advance whlcl
locatlo up
1 In regard to their geograph al I r
37 and 136 Street.yoalte f. i) f
Ttvelfth 4' It began se reral It seemsto
:Petersburg, h feren :regardlni the healthfulness of th localityirtatlon, years:ago '
Co House the object of,the\;: Russian r[Manchuriar andjthe; conveniences of traps ,, be doing more at this time than any .

EPTEMBE army in retreating' from'Llao'1 Yang anamusing. ctcJj 'f" other: Bout! Atlantic portRegister ,a, tDo Y.ou Intern To Build and : 'l
ll 8 1904.F. 0"a -
St. Petersburg :jprete.dds-1< | ,Geeral Foster stated today rep- :
.-__ ,- think Kurojahin. merely, fell back ,!in: -r snntatlve of "the Reveille thathippolnt The Ph adelphla 'Reco'rd, says:: ,

GHT, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. order fo find a more favorable- oppor :would probably announce" his "Profit shag; ng Is a great scheme' when I ', ;
tunlty 'to' anni\l\ !fate the Japanese. 'menf of -the commission" 'al It three there are pi outs tS be shared. If there I : SAVE ONEY? ':

For Pres den7, This Is,of course;,*,.tbsurd., Kuropatklr months before; the legislature uvenea were, losses to.,be ;shared would; 'nol I :

4LTON B. ARkER. fell 'back- bec aBe he was forced tq do Meantime-, it expected, at the. do at all, a d when the business come I ,

I\ For, Vice-P ee1dent, + so,' and'the' chances, are he', will. be Dotrds'ot Tride and'other. ies' of; out even aid there '.Is nothing to bedistributed I INFORM THE 'in all branches'of ,,

1 HENRY 0. DdVI3 finally driven'y'out .of,Manchuria., The citizens''I of.varlousplaces,, f. : wi"! ,bestir t: Is bad enough:, The men. f in.; : :
'' or United S tea Senator' chances for ultimate victory:for she themselves In the matter of ling up in ,a-wlndohare' glassfactory I In Pittsimrg m cabers of 'this association cheer- .: ;

AMES i P T AFERRO.is Japanese' grow brighter every dayl: site,s which they can'olffr to tile 'com- learn d that the profits' of 'the ContractorsAssociation fuJly tnrnish: plans, specifica1 1 ;'
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ForCo, q mission. SL, Augustine will\ dtfibtlesi past year. re a minus quantity of t SO,, .. '
I ,,. tic is and estimates. Address ,
FRANK cARL Isn't the New York World Just a be : n the field with a' propositiall n. II and to the the solution bf the wagesproblem i' .

For'Go1 or? r trifle too severe on "the, ijoiu'Davi/1 l has, the' requisites of health! mess.trai loqksf as far olf'... ever:" tractors Association,

APOLEON B. ROWIRD. Bennett,Hll To UJ more than anyone pbrtation1 facilities and cen al lobe:- f.r \ Ml AMI,,FLORIDA .
>. 1+or of Stab else is duet the Domination of the catlpn.! That a commodious: site an ;The Mottle says: "Mr. .

8, CLAr: wFORD.' I World's.favorite, candidate' for President !secured}, is not,oubSt. ,Au itln< Hill's anno ncement that ne will not
ire s For'Attora General Hill and,,Hill alone]'give Parker Record.-: accept offlct of any kind or be' In poll- .

W31. 8a rTi Ts, a solid delegation from i New York, U.ca\att\ thjs 7.ear'l Is regarded as mean

/ Fer, Gampmllet and without New York behind him it THAT, INVESTIGATION.!! peanut 'pojlpcs by'the Republican '

; L'' ''C. lAFer i Ii*doubtful Judge Parker could have '1 :::1 journals' (t t't expected to make the Dollar

StatiTreasurerwlw been nominated. .New York's. action T ie.State. Democratic I. Ex five campaign o Hlll'a domination:of Par- Negligee

v made It possible to awing a number oi Co '''mitte&'has ordered an' Invfstlga- : ker.. ,

t tendent Public Instne.ttom other State delegations Into .his "..column. tlon I'into'' the Holloway..and! heats '., -' '

1 Hlll'a methods have not always mat er, and In doing so, has undertaken The Rale b News and Observer -1 SUlK S
endorsement 'but even' "8e tember Is here, and with "
WJ L 8 WAT.1For lad 'our; the i', task< which' it cannot. aoxftnpllsl Rape;
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'/ Con tatoier Agrieolturi' devil should be given his due.; for :flan, perceptible reasons slys the' Its final "RT: 'there cornea the' oyster ,
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I 8. InvRallrad ; Gaii esvjlle Sun., In the first p ice the In Novembi r will come Judge Parker '

.. CCasmis.toner' The county ,and :State authorities tlmI I between now and the daw'of fixIng the final let er 'of whose name Is right These warm days are n aking a stampede for ,soft
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II should and doubt will. no efforts Is short to along with the oyster and'November. ,shirts
I :t, JOHN I. MQRGAR:,. no pare the ticket too ac omI among comfortable n. And,there are a good
to rundown and punish a* befits I plls the result desired. In tll second As for Roosevelt, his name !l glnnlngwith' manly i i thousands' of 'wh t
men want to just about
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chemist their crime, the! brutal' and fiendish plac', io'Jlave'rdered; this I estlp- an-'R, puts. .him In the souptureen. dollar for their shirts. .pay.
murderers, of, Hon; N.. W. Eppes.: In lion with this tact before it as only .7'

I COUNTY CIET.84te Ledn :county,, last Saturday./ ,the ,'resu tea In' brlnglni ,this matt promInen TATE NEWS. .' The shirts we.tell. (abomatche'd it today ;will' '""scarcely be
can be laid to membprstof,the before" th' the '
the public for I less
r : y Cotton:is ming In In I large''..quanti ? than'I.5 >-might .as well get the J
'Before'Day" club; and that band ofaesesein& :P'Ob bllltf ot not affecting th proper \
OI.of atorRbr can be. proventpbave'! a ,and! lsaUstaltorr', investigatlo of the, ties,,the,rec Ipta being largely In excess extht fifty cents worth foryo:, ir-dollar.

.. { tsUve branch of the same' within toe confines char e:\ of those O1'cents at this time per last pound.Th'e year;and .L '''Made 'of excellent! qua! y of madra, in choice designs -:
of the State, It is'the duty'of every it.I This : matter U1 ted Is bringing with '
GRAHAM W Klxa. wbole, : was v thirty-five ; ; plain or pleated fronts; attached, 'and detached -
I ha lug dropped
law!. abiding citizen to lsflnL:: Its! thro ghout the Stat prior to a prima '
J : 'orCocnty; Judge points Frldi :.Tallahassee. Capital. .cuffs. Cut over a fu I I. comfortable, and good:
destruction and the dealing of extreme In'May. and he people Pie ful. '
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1A. -- fitting model Sizes 14 to i( : :
1 t0 penalties to the fiendish hounds.- The 1.1n 'oruied on the matt'-bef e bem"'ltnd' jI
i ProeecuUn Attorney dignity the C The first car of bulkhead material
Metropolis believes the :of
: elected' :Mr.Hollowly: wbich.I we I I
OBERT R ATWB.1Fora law should'be upheld at all times and : I for the new- Lea wall to be built.along
Tax Co ectorv1 ,, this -:should settle the clue Althea 1 I "., R. W. R
punishment tempered .with. Justice, Executive Commfttee' }' as the lake front :between ,street I ODES.
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: N. GA EItForjTax but there are times and J; instances {fumed,a position: which wet -*nk'caa- and the brf< ge arrIved in the yardsof I 1- ',' :

5- S Aeeaor when but'one justice<<; I is necessary and I i I riot Ike'matntained.l They say.' y their the East Joast" Lumber and'I Supply I 1t _

GEO.O. BvTLER.or I it matters, not how soon or'when it i they:have a.rig to set CompanyM Hday:,and ft; 11'01be\ tol-1 t --- .

i ;County SON. comes.: ., Let these'lawlesaG'gangs'I; be : esldeithe-will of" the people I .tleastwe lowed wlthli "the' next few' weeks byfive rwwvwwnti .;,.
.upertntenden HRA broken up before' their crimes lead toI I J4ge'so) ),Jn'that they, pi '" to more ca loads. The lumber company 'I Bush 6cSafford Piano company .
For $ ot'Schooti more determined pleasures against the for Is supp ylng over thirty thousandfeet -

IjI R E H "' them; and their race than the lynching ,Instigate of striking'I, .the matter,name of Mr.the', 01l0wa1'urpose of'pine t rom their mllls'at Osteen.' I 225 Twelfth Street "
L Clerk C "DEABHORN.I Cfrciiit Court. or burning of a- t wat, the'stake..', who has beer)) nominated by tie peOpleundethe'lawl Tropical I.s n: ...2.- s"' i I BoreRepreseatativm' ; Steinw y.' & :Sons, N. Y '

of the, State. from the "
I Sb f3OHN 'Coffee,enthusiasts', And Justflea-! tickets. We think that'' the c mmitteeai Capt. \Vl Hi'Towles brOught' be first I ,Investigate our- Rental-Purchase Ian. Tuning and Repairing.,
FRO OCK.F favorite of rat le by rail last Thursday.. -1
Ion, for their much maligned bunch
"jno such authority and are at- "A few Pboos.tats! h odunge.,very low tthway., Eamoa.. Oraawr t StodarJ MMM ,
unty Co mtsatooer. ship t'consisted of four <
average in the, work of two American lempilng to override the law. Considring The let car- :
i M.1L J0 NS, loads cattle from Barlow, In :t
InveStigators who hue published their mattl'r' of'lee .
,this we are led task tle I t I.- -- -- --' ---- -- ----
t D CIc work in the American. Medical Journal. I "" "hat tt roveNgatlon all 145:he: d, The cattle were nload- iDOANI
ues good can
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\ WIN FIELD; These original workers have been experimenting : ed here and ( riven to Punta Rassa for :
result in r' Our'aiI'Noni1 o'er' Is,
t.1!.1I JOHN SE S ELL, to determine the --antlsep-; I i' ;; .- shipment'to"Key, West: Many cattle ,. & .R ,ULERSON _
'- E. G1TWE'or tic qualities of coffee In'uslons.- They will in futur .brought here hy rail ,

School rd find',that a .ten percent 'infusion*. prevented i 'funta'i ft 8sa<'is one of the best ', EALE' 'SIN q '.
5' A GREAT FRUIT .YEA} 8h" ment In the State-Fort :. ,
I EId SI tS.t the growth of micro-organisms points for \ "
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r W, J. PA 3H, such as typhoid and 'anthrax hecllll Myera's., .
f Fro the Birmingham l 'Age- ierald:) Choice meats Live But Meats Chol'e-4t Poultry( ; :
.: M. B INE. etc;. If they are correct-in thi\ conteD'i i \ "ulltAUcntion '
tentlon it would seem that CQ.fdrinkers Tb enormous fruit yield oil 1904 la One'' 0 t e i largest tarpons ever 'and dressed poultry PAIR TREATMENT.

5f no ng' else Gen rat IturopatkinLai should be. Immune, in a targe i, tot onfined' :to' the. Southern{states," Jande are n .Penea'-ola. was Booked: '

pro ttj himself a rst class sprfn- measure l'from those diseases,I due td' ; remar ed'a Morris v avenuel dealer., ,Friday by,D H. N"T. Harris he na- i
t' ter :Th way be went to Mukden was to Becton of the alimentary rainThe 1": "This Is a great fruit 'year ill;oerAmer : val surgeon! t Honed, at the 'yard,! Dr. .
Sncces.or.'to c.
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a cauUj H germicidal properties of roffee well. ca.' ln: the] semi-tropics | n.In. Harris succee I after a great Meal, of 5- 5 co. whoo.iabei.kedth.- meat basis 1

j 1Just mlied with the yolks and whites/of/' I. Europe."Especially;, i .f.- : hard work. In gelling his prize ashore I''t ,Corner 13th St. and, \\'c.J} ._ here is 1896 .]
ood breeze d a big drop In ggs"and'chopped, beef prevented, de- ','is tine to be a gf J t J ear The tarpon m asured 5 feet 6% Inches.i3 ..x..
thel tem rture yester ay;were ford- .composition.- Some' ,observing' housewife for apples.. 'L st year's yield \as kinder and'..weighedHarris" 1 p nnds. When' pr.1 I, ** 7:

bte I rem gratbat the good old sum- dispute.t1\la from her observation I average but, of 250! sepa ite returns -', hooke ,the ht tarpon the b ij ''', : -- -, '- -- .. -' '-- ','

met;:tIm y ill soon be a thing of the may that coffee infusions exposed 'to I d the, Boston Chamber < Coma : was almost. al ve with bennaden |thous-_ .f ,

JIIEJ., the air for.some time often become coerce 128, report,an over-aver el, ? : ands of them, being .visible In the water.Pensacol CALL AND INSPECT i

)Qaml t at'resen, hex the basebalJ' covered .With mold but" closer' Inspec' an.lt\ age,and only 13 an und, averjl Journal.We St.Josephrs,: Academy fl' ,
wl11 that while ., ,
hood and ,a rang. It'orlglnatled tlon' disclose, the tart ', : I
# the 'Jlta t "Kids" aid thus ma-y happen, the infusion itself ;'Caada l a-n4 New England will I"have, learn t at the Georgian Florida r ,, .MANDARIN.- FLA.f ,
never becomes throogh bacteria, : \," heaj'ier yiild than last year, and t: Alabama' R Uway 11'111' begiftjlmme-
sour ;
th "HueBeena" : Mile. South of Jack.oevilie'1Reopens
epresid dly to ji
"Il I Vesture"New] YorK wilihave: ajmuch r a
attack'an development rllately the, I' ectlop of large barges 'The ;
wbowil;' ockout to recov two weeks from'tbe hence. iieavie% yield.: Reports from Ne raska, laid -with trac 'ing to ply between Apalachicola I' on S pt; 6th : ,

Arkansas, etc., indicate] the Carrabelle with. carloads
HIlasolfI. ,an ,
a [re val ''nee oil enormous yields slier.evert'e of'lumber and other- products I ; I
With two b d edgee at work t T- i trees have,been cared ffr and, 11 hilh1. \1lie v.itchl'd"rom the] Geor-' :A preparatory school for ton con. 1 'Big .1
# plggEng a, deep r channel Insthe pray ar, now :"dKtei It !die Skttn of SL Joseph Bargains
t < d-and fruit growers gla.'Floridaharges nd Alabama tracks to 1
bay n others tog to ad: 1n'S A' young negro, aged twenty-three $I I
the for ho fii3 say ms's futsrprie was arrested in Martlnsburg West Virginia -'I ?''vicg Increased attention_ 'to ouch. audio, and.from" the steftmers.I :,Careful training of'Mtnd-and Character.: "
is not most the other day and held.'pendln i f' ojetho s fork protert'ng/tr, e* a aln'' Of courSe this ctlon on the part jOt the j ,\"

mist greatness an Investigation asto, his sanity, says blight| ; and}inefta.. It is siiid alsj 'hat, road leads to he confirmed, belief that I for drwIardBd other hfonwtlcau JJrts$ I "s
the Louisville--' Courier-Journat lie j Great( P.r rttafolandlFraneewill! : J, li i i, the'O.F.' &' U will enter Carrabelle i Our Buyer ;is sending '

i ent d the bad' written r a''number of sentimental large' rop. !This; {will no 'be h] J'l' and,make the place one of the peateft' : : I Sister' M. Genevieve, Superior from the N.,Y.market: '

sphere 1 1a'counq got dlahaesee as letters to a young white'woman prominent !t Iff'the ,exr<'rt'l{ trade In apples I h' ,shipping, ports'anywhere, :which i MANDARIN., St. Joseph's: Academy: : FLORIDA.,' : 4 :;
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vltb in-society! stating<< his intention' has ble with the advancing .
rifled that the pot .
if doing so on, last to marry her. He'clatrped that,l'real-I terlorcommerce.( The''apple i thebmost \lines! of the oad. .|As a natural. sequence I "
valuable!;of all our fruits: id aev the G. F, Jb '
wde ran In a flock nt tlooBevelt, by entertaining; Booker It is to be presumed I : \ .
barg of disturbing R hlI gton, had set an example of the:I seasons!, of plenty" will" rejoice mofrybody. A. will! evenuially\Jmild': Atlanta 1

th mogotony.'month .. aoc 11 qu'amy'of the races which' he 'f'' ." ; and make a beet line from Atlanta i I ,

deaireV I to'follow,' The young darky I tothe= sea, 't: ''Ibis II a consummation ::, : UNIVERSITY i\:
and baa aonVt merit In his ,defense: ,,bit:t! IDITOljUAL] COMMENTS: tobe, wls ed and \link by link the "

th eome of should hare remembered that the i I' ,- road branch. ng j out and fore ling the T

White.Roue loach took place,beforeRoosevelt's ii I l'IJle Albany tN. Y.) Argus ays: complete chal 11' ICIi 111l make ,t one' kof Florida ,N 1 :"
no InatIon.; Since then: he"One o f the most interesting IncL nU of the' most Intpor nt lines in',the -

la, so to speak, an altered, man.. Only!,i at the campaign' thus (aria' ,th< announcement -, South.-Tally Cap aI." I ;

upa the "other day"wen a negro 'association : that ex-Senator, Geor F + t. .. Fir si*Class, Provision

:"numbering: 1.090 members went Edmunds", of,tVermont( has not;..ye decided 1 ,The Jemfgai: s f rmerl1'ot this place, FOR

from New York to Oyster Bay to pay howhe_ ( 'will vote this'year." Mr.gEdmundi .i but later con ected with the starch .l I I. COHEN (& CO'

their" respects .to him aad invite ,him when in public life was |0trlev works'at Lake Maty, have succeeded In BODY ,Aaewtreea.ium, '
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to dine,with them he tookhla fishing' fd for Ibis,level-headed and calm' enlisting Nort enf capital 'and are'establishing t.pec"lJ Einipprd.MINT1 : .New Yerk'Office. '

pole and'minnow bucket,and:went' ,off ,o( things: and while strongly 'atti ,ed a ,1 irg4 factory', Miami Alert-.Facalt Scholarly ot..t(pccIalUu, ,' 58 E. Sib Street

with. boys on' a picnic of his' own.I't 10theRep\ : bll party he-and; en [t wl I'Ie ope ate| by the father and UO-RA'- oar:" )(otto: So. ld '"", rala Care COHEN 1}
-'man.. white or black. 'who\takes,. like h m' can find little In, com l" ,two none as m nagers.-Orange Count? ,th.buuofr>odcltimuhip of 4.,BASKW
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model -In, regulating,liUii, ,- wth'tielr :way, of thinking, ,:, In the ?r-:;'Cttlz n. Addrss j 'TV froUart.'lit CRy, f ltrWIS !

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A -.too;. '. We have rolled Up bur sl eves for he biggest t' business the store has ever cnown..

: Going!'to get(it, too, if a splendid >tock to select ''from',the fairest prices, gress-- '

\. I, of'everithe 'binder Jfegfor ,ivel;; 'merchandising and the ,most' courtec; us treatment will, count for anything. This ,

I / has been.> 4 theibasis! ,j,,6f', the:4store's: ,, succe s tn the, past, as} you know, and this ] ear we .

;SA" II are; goingto! went your patrcjriage mo, than ever. : : ,, : : : '-: :. : ... : : .

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'" chapter to. begin the erection of headstones enUy urged him to stand for te.eleo- '
E F MILLS & C0; l'
I H : M"KI'N 'I r ., .... to the graves of all Confederate (lion that he Qaa flashy consented, and
"i ) Veterans, decceased and buried in this. will thereto be In the race before the
Successors j5dwrn & ,
I ( to on.) '
-, city, primary on e 20th instant:;

:sand E 8Imer' ; ,1 TOE UNDEA TAK 't -LEGAL- 'PAPERS. FOR TREASURER- ...

::1i 11Ie t8kt' 'Avenue 1 iRSj I IThe following papers: were filed for

11, .., :!I't ;!. 4tt12th Street one 25 } 1 1the : record.1 Court in the today clerk's: office! of'the Circuit City Chaa.Treuu H. arthalde r to succeed fa a candidate himself subject for-

--;:- -j ,,- -. (Warranty deed. Elva R. Sanders to ,to'the III of the voters to be'de..:-
The host of friends of Mrs. Eugenia The trAeU': ybgk cmf Tbg vbgk bgk'says at after being a ay and seeing 1J] E. Clyatt for,L250 lot 21. block 53 Ignited at'the primary election on the.
DAILY MIAMtjMETROPO IS.THURSDAT Rutherford:familiarly known to'all as Acting ,pon. the decision I of the Ladies't other laces she is bett r satisfied than Miami., > :Oth lutan '

"Grandm Rutherford' will be sorry ,Club to'pufcll&ae Dew ever t Miami fa the t of alL |!Warranty deed. A. M. Cutler and A. -
EMBER 8, to learn t lat she is slightly indisposed books Ubrarr the committee In B. Cutler to Tropical Home Improve-. FO COUNCILMAN.Yi "
MAIL aDd''Wll1 ope for her speedy recovery. Afteffion I Ing Out 'a list of The regular: Septem r; meeting of njent Co.','for $125.00 south' 138 feet of
the ten of the nfederacy will
the and which will be
18, block S4J north. Miami. hereby sinee
myself ss a t adldate -
Lrrivefrom the fwj' John Lwe, white, charged' with as-1: 'u ther shall hue tinlshed be het this afternoon t the residence lit I for ember'of, the Miami .

sault upoBrown. i the person of a man named the! eeleetIone.Capt. :; .' L, of W. R. Harney, resident of the F'lOTlCE, s, Council. Qti

: m.tcw .' so white; 'was arrested last -., I organi atlon. On sec nt of another I The undersigned will not be responsible : W. H,McIntyre.R .
the night an I locked in the county jail "' .: J T", Ganders:ba purchased ladies meeting at the me place the for any i debts contracted by any

5:14 am., pending 11aL. '". i : Interest-of ?tr. E. T Clyatt"ID the 855519 will.be called 3 o'clock, and of 1 the crews of I their tugs, dredges or CITT CLERIC.I
to be rested this fall nd winter and rock-breakers or other employees unless
I Miami Telephone .Compare$ and will .
".. $: City C1 rk M R:! Kellnm has the city give his personal l attention to the business all 'm fiberss should promptly !om accompanied by an order signed, hereby nnounce myself u a candidate !
r1 -- registration 'books at the 'storeJudge'where hand a latter meeti g will be that P. Sanford Rosa Inc. for s-election to the once! of
L open hereafterj| Mr.-,Clyatt will probably'devote t '
of F. T. ; those entitled to of the Southern toss apter, United Per C. Van Anglen.'ANNOUNCEMENTS. city clerk d tax 8IS8e&sor. :
<< his to the recently Incorporated ,
:, : pme
TOWN t tOPIcS.jJMr !I register i IT voting In the city primary I Canning Company of which Daugh n of the Conf eracy and its j ;- M. R. Kellum :
busln will by most i portant in that : -, x
may do. any day in' the week.up to I. he 1s one of stockholders and pro-
.. the 20th nst.Unu6us. motirs.. !tht funds 11h be paid, in. melent for thee ,The friends of F. W.,Hahn, desire to FOR MAYOR ,
and.1.nI: Is'dot' I Cotes a makIna '- : I ,'f ,'J'I announce his candidacy for renomlna- At,'the rnllt! solicitation of his

their homea.r.u': : Everglade otelw The co rain and threatening Mears. ,11 1 ( .' JR1'l0 Xt'Jd e tion as alderman; subject, : td the'prima many frlen I John Se'Well hu COnaeDtI I :;
'f.r r: I I elementspension, tkli, ., blOrnlng": sed 'a,sus-j\ 'f> Rodriguez. George I and C.Pritchard. IbCALS.hiC ry election called for September 20th. ed to beco e a candidate for re-elec: :;
'C11aI.mum., of I n le, 'W 0 hu f all I outside .work and: kept Keys 'C. H.' Pleasants, and BUSINESS II i i ii lion aa l\fa or of the City of MIam1 at .:
been Inj] the city rail aye o burmess ill thos not having' business outside; R.IPage,- memtjera'oflthe.KeylWestGuards | JitiDhiCxZG W.Saes 1 The many friends and supporters of the.prlmarto'be held on' the Oth }

returned h 'J\T\I thtmorn 4nd on tie ,streets'indoor" ,,where conkditlons campmen, who at,were' St ..Augustine'when left ove at the the BB- tar), Bucketsat The I Alderman.J.J.Wllgon have -persist- lust I .
far "pleasanttie -
ere .
iI I\\ Company (rent "to Manasas, arrived in Rack Store.Ftn "

The.steamer M i11!!ne, Capta n Dih ., Isabelle ''Duffy, of Key West;; the city, 'mprnlg from the Ancient .; : ; J. Willis Sing leton '

,ton. sailed; this mQ in ,(orKe, W. ,who,has been,sojourning in the North City, and returned 'to the r home, In omce 'fooma 'f r rent In theMe 'v

and Havana with ..ereral- pas ngers the pasl_ three months arrived here Key West on the steamer,Martinique.this .: oils"bul1dlng., "

and, a J.lkavtI. I+ 1 : I vesterda; and left for her home In the i ;: CONTRACTOR: and BUILDER :j w
See W. D ughtrerl306 Avenue D. .
Island ( Ity, this morning; gOh g'via .Mr. and Mrs.j Lorenzo A. gplackstone. I.. ,
Prafdpe for sa44ion4ln lUll mpetldtmaiee I' 1 If yo r sewing &chl _Deeds repair i
$100,00 a flied, n the erk'a the steamer Martinique.. .. i of Ojus,'who have been visiting Jn the Ing. I \, Estimates and Specifications:

Circuit ui tyl Thl.mOrnln;' bl s.I North the pastlj)1 two'months'{more' ]l :, : .on' application :;
once ;-E. l;.. RI.Mr. Miss Lnnle Dorsey. of' Gainesville; returned [to ;the city:: yesterday and w ED TO CHANGE.-640 I | I'
L..Jelf rs..t1 J Ga., 'wai a passenger going to Havana this morning'sailed, for. Havana on the acres Ull1n timber Brick; Stone and Cement Work ,,
this mo: ning. Miss Dorsey goes thereto ; steamer Martinique.! Mr."Blackstonewllj and 1 lands for reidence In or near .
i lire terday McDonal' after pend.came accept,.a position, In the Methodist be engaged l !! In twslnesJ in,,Havana; Miam Address "Saco care Metropolis Write me and I will call to sec' you. Box.473, Miami Fla.i" .

up fro Jllaml I Confere ce College and wall make her with Mr. H. Price-Williams the coming Itaml, FlaW .. __
it c CltrTropl "
InR two or three home In the Cuban city Indefinitely.; arid '
tIn' winter .
J "
al BuD. j i I niToue
\ NTED.-A'loan'
I I f 2.000,00 for .
FOR ALE.-Ten acres of good pine h'rras.repored .
1 I The tropical j storm w six nths on gilt-edg first mortgage .
7. 1.: returaed'bomitat land, fi t-clw for fruits and vegeta- T
rat ht from extended b sheet bles, 'W t of Lemon City about a mllf a eWi.I days ago tn the, West pape Will not pay over eight percent I Newly Furnished In new l local on. Rates $ .SO per day .:
tri'' Yo and Indies and ranging northwest,has been Inte esL Address "Borrower" :' SPECIAL BY WEEK, .331 14th St.. Mlartil. Florida..
and 11 [day New and a. h If,and not far from rock road i 1.
losi in the gulf by the w'eathert officials! are let PQlls -
1ttsbU .-Tropi Sun.; W11sel cheap.) Address."Laad." care | I I : I ., ,,':
li I
I I i.1 an4 It is nnounced that I t. prob-
The MeMisse ropol I Ne Idea F'aahlons f August at The '
labli' 'The(East Coast
blown : : "
'8. 0 FlU'; er, b Lh'e1erk'a nn'1 of jFlorlda.haa felt thej'effects of It in Rack t Store.It ,, .
t nbbt for es Cora aM Allle Blount who To Make RoornforwGoodiJ
I1ce! left, mild and;from Indications It as' ,
wishing a ways, Y TO LOAN! Dad
tended rip to th itht. -est.- a will have be n friends and relatives eamen'reooit APplY to C
sec,rai L I at' Bart >w''and )unta Gorda- for-'the all passedyet, though, Con r Security Co., V Brown. or .
:- be abeelot their barometers on ;a slowj: .
past foi r weeks arrived this morning! J .& + t IB Shaw:432T1velf..., ., street .
t r- I \ "
d Ker They i 'Port an'enjoyable time'and : .
a .
Jas ;Mounler, a Alto Moun er hu both at i fellng, much' Improved by the. l'artof the thirteen jmembers of the loll MI CONSEav4ORY OF MUsic '
Largo. la In the n )11', i' Miiiml Rl les wjio.were left In St.;Au- ; FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH -. )
now 'abo11t fortf 'Set; of cltm grovron rest', ,1' hen' company that DIR 'CTO. 225 STRJET.: ,'
?ui tlne. w the left Until September first )
there't'o 1e5' I ,There]are several good big real estate' lsce for Manassas, ya,;!)!to,attend* the .

deals 01 tapir some-of-.which will be na tonal-' nllitary, maneuvers. !arrived W NTED.-Purcha rs for, real- all goods will be sold ;jY
)1"11.0 A. :SS1ri l"bO open eotnt'n1e donsum sated within'the*next few days.Several bone this morning and the others will dens ;'bullt to order, n eaSy Install- ,
lit Tltuun !receaW turned additional business -otae In'Jonlght.rThese men 'Rare left men p yments: 31: H Tatum ,& Co..: '
houses are ,
,last week. glad t etIb! +k to el. old 'I erected this Wall'and winter and many ,'>ehlnd p Ing W the Government\ order .Rea Estate'Brokers. at;' Reduced Prices : :' .:' : ',''

home j 11 MtamiThe' I : t her good residences.. Miami Is mulatto; the* ranassas encampment "
many should ..ronslst of F It REN1.Two f eant ,suites 01roo : \.' '
be Inning In. a good way to gr9w. that each company ]
Just .. -* twO):each., Des able for omcet \
most'mtis and: finest of in but; fifty, eni4 i I' i- I''I' J. W. Wason 'j
'thedetrop .
., had '01' nt in his building.H :
plano to be rii iteln;! ,'ar and .EmI If th city oMrl t a tour 'I' +I ,I '"
r on.i.. ; ,' 'I r a I I :'J .-over th etreeteof the city today during The license 'granted to J '''H. Tatum dgnarten fancy nee, fruit'Kr f

Bnsh j Ifor Pan!' Co. the 'rat they could. have located the :q'build and maintain :a:toll','bridge by 1 Wilson., Ie FIre 7 ..:

I numert .is placeS.1\'here"street repair1eressary '- 'he .county commlssronera' stipulates : t
: I' ing is so that the water will that the ridge must be:kept open be- ONE,FARE. ATES';,
womb D. Brr 7 will In a Lay cr iinot's! d in'puddles andwhich would tee n the ,hours of 5 a; m. and 9:30 p. ,0 account' ot'the nnual encamp-

,* the :e Wn''4'f; a D axial It(
teas t'Wory mlden hlriot !! charged ire five cents]. for pedestriansr tie, August 31 to September S. a Young's' Pharmacy .
4 between. Avenue! r fifteen for "single f 'tare pins 2 cents'has been
on Nlnth fltlfl 1 The : tost Coast dredge resumed work > | bicyclists; cenUj rate on I' 1
,::'Cans I ; : on the new."shin, channel In ,the ,bay horse"vel Idea {and'' twenty-five cents au flied for the entl a State of Fior- -
I IThe yestenUy afternoon'and will cotlnue 'or 'doubl teams., It has been agreed Ida. Tickets to 1Se'eold August 31, Sep f '
'I I-
na acdrod' It non the sai le until it shall have been com toll!I sell fifty tickets fOr footmen or ter': r Z. 4th'a ci 6th. with Anal limit ,' A complete and carefully selectedstock. We bur our drugs*in 1!

: schooner pleted. several months hence. The wheelmen. for one dollar.. ;. ",' Sep 'fiber 9,;1904., :., 1 small tjuanties and often, so we can alyrayJ have them fresfc and f
17et1te y.rtetD; 4q4 frppi K Reswith' dredge is working on this side of the 'I Vft O'ur )cnstomersget the benehtof thi&anp are always KitisficJ j
b t fo loci Mrs. W E.March;who has been with ,
conalde e in .
: ] bay.'ai d can be plainly seen opera $e ldtUt anD '
her :lohlo ,
parents In during the summer
merchanu., Her IPUfd'repo, nut tion fri im the bay front ,' -- ',
: 1 will teach fcome. In a few days andwill Julius I : ,
.: Smith '
weathr outside., 111 f fMeesn II Mr. knd Mrs.' C. H. Brown Jr,'returfied take), charge of,.March. Cottage"on : :: '!. j. : : : jtOmed\t\ :, ,: ,, :' '1
15th, which hU,been managed 4
: the I :
Ether f d' :Robert ,'J r Wednesday, from A visit to Miami. by Mrs. JGowai; during Mrs. March'sabsence. NEWS DEALER at the soda fountain. Special creams an I IPersoMl sherbets Saturday '' \

aYe cht : er lot :f : U f future Home; They have purchased JMrsJ )Iarch'. mother'will re- afternoons and evenings., We yantj j yoiir patronage:and will IS

.. Brick: i on lh a. h bme and arranged for the I tarn with her 'end ,h*>r; ather'wtn be AND always, endeavor to see that ''you/get tie best in.:our line.. I :
11lr:1otk rrectio i of anew store building In the down later In the season. I Mra.-March '

,kow : ''anI lots'W h Magic sty/ and will leave Ocsla1foe* has been I I reading the'Dallr,Metropolis BOOKSELLERMIAMI .' Attention 'Arose. / '.'ra :jDoori, Norti tf peel'Otru, 1,Y'give -
t 1k : all the summer,and she writes that she 'to ill I prescriptiMs W. E YO NGSPROP. r.I
ten to. good house sou! that pllce toe latter part of this month. Imagines j she"will hardly, know the TLA. .f } ,

: ,tine Iii the.futa t' .-Ocalaj. Banner. -VJ place when! she'gets.back, She also I ;
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i I STATE N ..S. -= -DavidFlournoy.CfiNERALNEWS.of tPaducafe.j.' Ky.,I ? ,;'j | : 'I I[SoutHern :t.

I how has sued lira. .. that I the un Railway
The ce\Yln7a Bay workIng lanr'Flournoy'a ; : < *
'mouth Escambla Ba7 daughter of the I I apply to His Ex- ,
I &t f' esc4ed+ -another divorce alleging -abandonment.., i ,, ] i Jennings Gov I ; 'r' \
narrowly i I -< SSSJ i iH .
; I Florida; on the
whenthe ,
''acdde Wednesday afte con. ; .
John ,Van'Gordon' arrested at central ; D. 1904,;'for Let- '
bull a
In nnon
took a
au n pipe { / World's Fair Route
but th en'' at work n th dredge'noticed La. charged with contempt In the! a i l proposed charter

,+Jethlng,wu ron before the Federal Court by violating the Injunc, [ |t' I. '.
aD n of the Uon of Judge"Humphrey I restraining, If : :,' A.''D. 1904.
reached part
1 ,
project : .
,machln aDd thegin were shut officials of the United WorkerS 'and ; T.SANDERS, If', Best Line to St. Louisi f

oC. Tbcannon: bah "wh h appeared striking miners from interfering; with; t GRAMLING, '
the operation of a coal mine at ZefgleJ TATUMJ r '
to be 'm,'an elg t-mnc gun, was ( ::1
picked 4 4P In the ne cis noel wherq has entered a plea of guilty. Judge b 'I j Superb. dining car service
the dr bae t been orkl g for a cou- Humphrey'sentenced him "to one year'! ] : .' James T. I -' .

ple' ofl alayi.' It La up to have Imprisonment-!, 7 of l ; and J. H. I '

__ I beeh drfppedtbere,the: forts. urln the target The" Musicians' ynlon of I.Washington. :, is ; : / \ of themselves becoming In-to- Stop' orers, going and returning;; .3

pr&CuMat .. D, Ci; have declared: a,. generalstrike I laws of the State
J; small CUt fru t shipments i of the 'e orchestras : at Atlanta, Knoxville, Louisville Asheville :
Three ,
are a easy) being m d'e f m up.rlTer of local theaters.?, j houses''ar he : : proposed char .

polo The'fruit I. said 0 be nearly oPen. The men" ,employed" :at two. fob I : and principal Carolina Monntaiii Besorls.

a mon. ::In advance pf e beginning them went'out,' and the performance"' ) I. j,, IHt '",

of aver. erehlppln' 'ae n. If well were given ,with. Improvised orchestra !J shall be !
matu :ifrntt La lelrted: growers can *. while in the case of the third"thi a i Company, with :

J-\Jl-I\ 'do we4' th:such f.It. bu they'should; regular. .orchestra. played U"' usual' I' *" } at' Miami { See High Bridge'(highest ,railroad 1 bridge' in the world,) Famoli .i'

r be car fu not to ,du P I ,matUre fruit, -I'i' \ Blue Grass Region Lexington and Iuisville. .
r on the, b1arket:-Fa Presl. Wendell Miller the son' of Georg : \ I IL' I( : Free' ,reclining chair! carsand,- pjigh, class day coaches: Tfirongh .
: I I I ,J M. Duller. president /R'"kl'; ,, V"r] of the'' business Pullman'sleeping cars Jacksonville to St Louis. .

Wo en 'on the of the L. kt versify., at !1len'EII n. Ill,, pas killed 1 ; ] be the'manufac- : Folders: rates, etc., cheerfully filrnished upon application.
t i' N I o.d :Comp.y' very happyover Tuesday atte oonY.a a fool ball,while, I upon the'market .
S I is eompllsh cut t last. ,night watching Toung ''Millerl.1 I fJ.. C. Lusk Di: trict Passenger
twelve' Agent,
IOmetbl to be proud or, who old]_ I .
t.4 :And I, "as g was was thet tive hers, fruits ti ,
1 '
r:. to be "re,: Last e enln the Norwegian Ing the game! from the grand I stand! I sucaauaintlty and : V. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla.$2,80SavannaliandEeturju, .

: .tt amerlTelefo i i e lP to therE when the/ball, flew up ana struck hlri decided by the 081
,\'. docks! 1 took be h"a the eastern on the temple. He died In three mfnl!| .
side of mmandan a d k. The naft1 / ", t'- : ?
utesk I HI. .
] ,[
; IsM 1r Mxlco and I ; '
:: ',' i e"from"r ares / I stock !shall &
!: had od'3,400: lee f sisal grass. Edward' Toby, president' of tbreaD'Banking ; 'Into 250 shares
consiQ d to J parU .In lcago. Jot and Trust Company is deac : :
1'. '- thirtT'dninutes after 8 o'c k at view Orleans. He'was) seventy-flv i ,
: the7ork ; | the option.of the .
;" men 4rted.} to take out e cargo. and )years: old., ]' !
services cash or
; f lumbiJ
C the ctllils made up I bat I and tipping I and
::: I the el4lea,f af\ more tt1 / j. thousand J. N.. Porter, of Dougherty count"' ] fixed or personal by the Board, at a 40,0, C Return
'and Ga. died in 'Atlanta Tuesday mornln
s' tons, gtored' tn e rebouse ,
ii:; "read r abipment to I destination. from blood poisoning, caused |1 by"th a at''' a meet- '" I
bite of' negro, with whom Mr. Porter \ : t'
The CltUal .tIme' discharging the a .
,. .' [ J IV. 11 I I
; I had a difficulty three months
: co gees th flop/ hours, and over ago. '
i't"; t this has r!need a.1 of k along the Mr)] porter'wu'bitten 'onthe thumb ofthe l : / : continue and

r.." '.atet j!.F'ront today. This morning al left band, and has suffered jlntense' Its:j j:rporate ;

.,, o'ck'the Tel r n' m red out Into agony'ever since encounter Iy ; Immunities for Seaboard Air r
ind d &lchor. ((25) jean after Line Railway
t. the an- p At state" ex-
Its corporate
that she bagin I ID" Umber. Reports from Guatemala that '

t.:,: This ffi r u'ck' a d spat h' u hu'ever President! Barillas; who Is'reportedto 1 'I I
?: been oa'njat 'ti I. fat and the have arrived.at TapachulajIn. "'t. estate V. ['I : t' Wed. -
make :of Oils record Win that of Chiapas on the Guatemalan ; Comp my'shall Aug. 31
I ,
gr VIce
lden a
this 4 the:very DtPUabmenthii border, is planning a revolution.
a .t.t'ensaco;Pe la Newa llas is a refugee and has eheltr. $ ; j Treasurer: and I /' i .

1;: 1 I I 7r" i iJi' 1'l "' In''t.,Mexican' territory.. UJtbf ju, -considerable he] : ,: by 'such, other Special] Train (to ''leave J .cksonliIIe at ii.30a.: m. _'
Sanrad I II to haTe, a new military anxiety.In Guatemala where '' pI07ees.' M may .
:; .
.(; 'eompJy. About i wee ago' Meur.. property owners1: deprecate an. di : 'I' appointed' by the !' I ,

R rH I Johnson, tw1 Herndon and turban of.the! public 'peace ," i: The' offlte of Sec Savannh ticket' ebod/eturning by regular train'on or before Sept 2nd '

'FniD1 require. herthe task of .. 1 at the discretion Columbift, tickets good returning by regular trains on or before'Sept 3d
may filled
; D namesthe The Georgia State board of embalmers : ,

for orq..a on. Already .. in their meeting in Meuan'thys.' '; foerson. The ,{,: TICKETS
i the.lhtj I 11 iargely mad ...It and the week! resolved to begin at once,to prosecute ; .' and* (Directors ,. SOLD FROM J JACKSONVILLE ONLY

form, on or the com II absolute17 several undertakers in: various I ,members, and 1- ;
I ..
t fed. : Th gem emen are ,In.I I parts of_the State who have been embalming : to co4dnct the ;,; .* O. A. McDonald. .
!1 J eomalanfeatlory the adjutant cen'erali bodies In -violation' 'of' eState r&f; 'nntfl those Assistant Gen Pass. Agent S. C.J'BoyUton Jr.

< tl theSla .d D time will bet .law.: ", :.. 'F 1 election 1.shall be ,l'f! Jacksonville- ..'', "i L Pass. Aft

: ; Jolt 19)the preUmI ort. Ae soon ;; hi} I, 1," .
'fl" &I they; get'orders fro headquarters .1'rwo cars* of. Wabash jttssengW ; I Preside't.. ;{

ft' a meeUng.wlll be' had perfecttbett train from St. Paul let SL Louis were 11' -' .' : '," .
organisation and lect oClcera.-8an-, derailed 65 m1tj from St LmteTuee- t and Treasurer t e

1/.' -. lord. ronl le. ; ..,.. day A number of paascin.1 W. &|Gramling I.- '.
.t', 1?. I ', gers were Injured : ; constitute, ':
S I I i
l"I, e the ladles of e Home Mi.alot5 porch' said election. :
: i Soclety' ere, holding their Quite a curiosity the line ot Directors of .Clubbing Rates.
:meett last Tu a.'a the iesldenee Is I now on exhibition at Newbwy! ,,SJC.I be elected at the
.. In form this was like all other, [ the stockhold
;- Or ;Mr and )(ra. G.. Taylor, 'an pig { lyj) ; of : !
-, ; ; e little rls ere gathering pigs, the only difference In it* +itake-jnp' | : meeting of the I .
"bm1'J POWeJ'l, 'they hear the sound ofa being in its eyes. As t ofhls The first an \\ "., 'T .
: point ,
differs\ greatly from the of, )
.., : nttler. wblch' ugh ened them to rm stockholders, and"I"II '
,the : : r.TVlor u called.with IU ,brethren. This pig I had omy one I thereafter, shall' \The'people: of,Dade.Courfty will want all the news

kU'' o. the anakke wee seated, and Its ere I which, was .place.squarely. "in the ,,': the O>mpany on \ this year,as it is, to jbe an interesting one be-
shot measured inter of the forehead the plare-i e ; I '
head oft The' I e j f I' \I; cause of the elections,
eleven the eyes_ought to have teen ire t '
aixj)lad oae-balf feet I length VI. i .
lift.blank .__.1.1The \ f ( \ ,'
:inches :In ctrtli. and ten rattles 1 .. I of Indebtedness
;'Mr .((67Ior skined the ake and found .. have 1: may M any time Nationl Stai e and :County
thirteen Methodists ,.of Colorado the ,
n ,the rt'f'' sixteen Y ng ttlers not :exceed
adopted resolutions In their ,conference i- -
i Indh long malt gin, I nearly twenty stock? J
-togs Inches of ants :or seventeen denouncing ,the Mormons, calling" fo* in : : VH.J.,, '

i.nalfa in killed,at one oL The young the expulsion of Reed Smoot from the of the In- '
+ ea are 011.eblbl on ;at Rlf'gtl'. united 'States Senate and ,favoring'anamendment pan. and the Tlie'etropolis
druE{ tore.-Pal ,J l'Jew' to the Federal Constitution subscribed by .
..cf which shall define legal marriageas
Ai; I I monogamic and make jwlygamy'and \ I has perfected arrangements' whereby it can offer
J *peclal to the 1'1 Union:from polygamous cohabltatlou -nider eTeI'7CUlse' !; (Seal) of Miami, such ;* various newspapersthat

'I'Ii1t'aha- uya: a crime against'the United States % ,. there should be no'excuse for people ic.maining -
% deputy sb ff ea e In Jut night n i ), of Ulamt.Fla. ._.
punishable by an adequate pt.ualtfr, in ignoran,A |* .the happenings of
from,'Bradfordvn. w ere the coroner : i jj! ,
dew the lady ), of Miami Fla, the year. .
:w14?'eaterday coiled Following a conference with,, Attor 1 : .
- r. '. uf, 'J! {. W. Irppe. who wu ben. neyGeneral, Crow. Gov, Doc): r1 of Y 'j 11' .' 'I
In Sate night.they :' '
: i
tally :
c Missouri this week directed the. Sheriff oo
: readied WD ortly after mid and prosecuting authorities.. of Ft. I RATES. : '
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aDd dro 1m edlatel, to' the be- ,
ntgb t i \ Louis county to stop bull fights whUi : : : ppeared '
"4 'ratp'Wd' .an4 a peclal train. according to the management's |inn-: ,} S. Gram-: I'
, ... 'wblrJi hall Ere tor them to I ; to me well known J
._ nouncement are to. be held at the Ex .
..;,C, tag! .,their.en. Te Oak for ,position. "Bull fighting is contrary I _lo' |ln",.and 'who The Daily Metropolis) .
aaf keep '- jw to the fore- One Year.
the law of Missouri said the Governor and '
j :t' ,i ; : e. two ,... o bsds "and under no circumstances[jwl'l i of,the : I
: atlGree yUle and one at tolerated." and did sev $10.00
r they: be_ Daily :Times-Union
LMr tothe gang all \ .
l :; I U ere ; --" -. ; they executed: ._ -> l
k;, '' -
at Dive I I
i.carera !
and uses "
,. ring th Ing f.evidence Sundae j J. Pierpont Morgan,:when asked bya '. .fSemiAVeeklyWeekly i ime, s-Union 15.50]
'/' that Be- New;York World reporter at T ron- f' '
dev Cped a
fact 11' ? to; Canada, the other;' day,. if he j bad : I.have hereunto Metropolis 4ith
r sky Club u 0 mixed III that visited President HeoseireU seal" this,?7th Semi-Weekly: Times-
and met n)1 :ant Zion cbunh. .
; ; at Oyster Bar replied: "You should 19041.; Union ; .. ., 12.00
e a2groea.taken t Grrenvile and |
; not ask me a question like that When ; M TATUM. '} .ith.At1anta J Journal rice a'week,
Oak,h8d ft Ilahasaee ; ) ,12,25
writing State at Large.
the question was repeated in '
t.Il-mortne and had been Intercepted : : With Palm Beach .""
Weekly News' '
: later Mr.. ,Morgan again, declined to ; .Fe > .9, 1907. I *2.00
Ire.c I : .' ,
.J 11ae three .De roea, rotteht In from answer.j +J ;'!
'J.,:T Percival of '
btordrtlle Is Edwards Jr. | '' ; '
a :w am : I ( : all
an option on Old subscribers back dues be'fore
Ne LarkInaan Sam CaldwelL About 2 o'clock morning tbj respar- musty theycan

Edward t.rm coufeued th t he 11'11 a memo Idence at 803 Sparing street was' ; property was re- take .advantag. of) these offers-'and .cash
tlaliy demolished i l I dynamite The 1 o jthls.; sections, .
by :
,beiof the Be! 'D Club and pe I in advance must accompany all ,orders, for
was heard for and 1 : surprise,' since it
other members expiation I blocks
some: of then$eI of | the' tHese combinations.i
z' 'ofjtheglub! wb m they were to residents of the locality, were awakened I :" I I the 10Wneri ,

kni i I by the.shock.. resembled an ,, they|would enter ADDRESS "
the pUJ'l'h ,
The' windows In nearby ty
: r e coroners Jury adjourned un-: earthquake. : .
: .
.f .
ru beeir paying them ..
!rldaj wbe 'o. 'tr valuable testcony houses were brokeaby; the vibration,t I ; i
and the whole community was throw n: : & the mead
to I
le ex Atlanta Journal into a panic The dynamited hoi se is : ,;facilities.*W, Mi
special th '
b. h : 110 Metropolis. -
1 I This Is a fact,
.- : Btated'thl.'t th negro who con: occupied by two colored wOmen. > ialtle ; ;
I :
,: 'r ,et edsays; the urder was tom Carne i' and Ella Jenkins who if'Is i ., ( rc1! responsl-j
tbaj { that,the property!
II1ltiedl 'one of the negroes alleged' are objectionable I .
''I -" urcbased, and that
r C1ai 1Jned,;p'at M .: Ep owed him 2ql of the resldeta of DeilbiJOIOme :
,.. and this 1s assigned would,undergo a
!i";: ,J,. ..:., l .l ., vllle, ,
1(' the next fewmontharGfttaesvUle'Sun ,
if, err 'precaut on beingtaken: to' of,the: bombardment ; \ I -
Jacksonville'Metropolis..fif I I ; i 4 f '
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Lerxi RaJiiwiv .Section J4..Article IH of the Constitution People, frorri the 'Little _Bayou an #

kt TR.swiioN of the State of Flo.1da is hereby talking these jdays of the remarkabl

' : AY 29,1904. .j' '. I amended so as to read as follows: feat of a young lady, well-known lathe ..
1YzT1Vs Wed Section 2"Th legislature shall e7tabllsh settlemenlj. at'that point, who fa'a

Daily to b North and 1 no.1r Contractor and Builder a l1n1forn'.wa";cout1: manner known only to herself with a

..._. n..:. u9. ay 74ip L v Jacksonville, FlaLT 80R7 m government It shall divide municipalities revolver snipped off the head of a

LrJewp--:. -\_ y AnHy rb.Hy ,069p em IrYaco.W Janp, ,_. _Bo Hy 10ILvB.vaaab. la4CWttmb4. 1. Into classes' of not mdre than four reptile, 'which had made Itself alto-
.. ..... BaH) leoo ArAnaata,(: tloRt B9.' H.I ..ma gether'too amlllar on 'short :-
oaths basis of population It shall ac
I< Chatloa._ ,' _, 'i R) 1S9. At Romq G9. tlo Ht t 9.EAr I j ; provide '
GrooieD.1Ioto .. tto. Y, I I9bep A9Dalbo,O9._. .. 8o k) 7 aAr for 'the relncorporaUon 9f each quaintance. It was j* an..b. all right, .
.... _. rCbattaeongo,Tens $o R 1
Dantu. ; .Bo.Ry Ae Lealugty .d.. ........ A C90 ,.' NOYELTY WORKS, now existing municipality and for the for friends of Jthe young and fair heroIne
I ., .. .. _Q .
Ar ClacinaaU.Ohla. : t C I t 19.r
.Yeo saw
42p carcass after the fatal shot
A' ItkbJDoDcl. Ey ivbloelnuti 0 Four I Builder -of fine residences la Specialty. Incorporation of each hereafter Incorporated
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... .. ArCntcago Ill.. .... ._ BIg Four 189.AC i municipality into one'of such had; been Ilre4' and after the head had
byaw tr
ArCbarlottMtUl. .. .-_ v.Clnclun.tI O .w Ps U.ee IS .. been separated from his
...$9.J(7lop. t_ .. I y et c "i. classes and no law relating to the creation '
Pi Llvwi
Ar WashingtonAr AF Chia a III : I Winter homer for touriM,'bn ln_ 1>100:1<.,- In fact aajrtbinf thetumfoat Wing line the twinkling of '
B ,. .__. H O *4oo government ] an eye.. Inak..hlP'\; ,
Umo U 4i I ,
( Wcmart .. of
v eoatemplatmg or powers
L \ well any
Ar Philadelphia,_ .. P E Y ::4L Ar Cbte.go, Ill .21 i.,....V.. Cllfcl'l 7Oa bnlldiar .Id do to co fait m in regard tpcciacatimu. < pia. and who knew oj the
Ar New York ... .__ .: .. P k R I >_ cHbCHfcD> 9.i Bcldf a member of The BuiMfrV. .E change a.4..plor'. i if Nothing' municipality or j I number of municipalities
L*Toledo Cincinnati.,O_. JAr iAr ,. | elf 1 bat Unloa....,I i ca'a gnnntte ao labortrooble,cm iJ>' vork. Look.m*dp'bt write.me. less than the whole of class wish to! connect the lady's name rita.
Dally Ko.W-fWuhlaBtoD Pullman Dr.wimt feed Baam.norida.8UplM Uaffled/C.r, Detroit Jlleh-I ... .....C H a P .tti t .. \'. I shall be nud.f f It, they-maltain that It was an exceptionally \

J.ek.o.vrewA.wYork4_ ; ; L Ar Cincinnati.I'ltibunt.Pa.O.. ..w.. ._ _. FaLine Pa Line I|I Bea 9 a '! '. 1 .:.i i ti Article fine lact.of"bravery and. one ,
.Section 8, VIII of the Constitution
E Lv Cincinnati,O 'BIg Posr .a even some njales'.would{ have' shrunk
Tbrogb"Tbe1.$ k8ty," i'a OterelaiicU O : 4 N of the State of Florida la hereby from.. Whey- i iy that the'reptile showed -.

LT Lerlnitna, RjrArLouUvllle. tup repealed. V
Jactuourlll 1I Br up and frightened some children.
AlCol.mbh4aC.Bavu.h. Ua.tLv -_._; *?-,lta,B 194ip fuse.ArA.bevDieN UHI|.. Mo Kj.ArM. _.... .. ._........ 1 t+ '.Wafer S: &Iliaa i i The I votes cast{In' compliance. with The young lady lost no time in getting; ,.-

.C .BO.R. 150p tS-"Tb.rl & (JmlUd." D.ily.og Pie*. Dade County Abstract Co"zeroes I .
No. said proposed >.amendments and the the revolver and in' less than'no time ;
Ar Hat Kprlnr*; B.C. .80. By **7p400p Totlbnled train,through onachM and Pullman ,
Ara.ek IgTeaa ..to.mHO.KJ tlkrplagla"JackosvilktaNewyora.A .... I .., canvass declarations and returns it' takes to tell| of It, the fatai'shot had

!BX LoutertilcAr IxMili.-. Bo.By 4/boa supATCI.elanalt. ; *j jSEWKLL izl! thereof. shall be!! subjected to the same been fired'and there was a/snake. fun
_,.. ,. .... KO.H I
Oh I> wlng-Kooi and : I
AaBe -Udly Pullman f r .
uBrt Meepinf Car b<* em Jaek.oa I vlllcaodStle r Jicktouvllle.__ .Boky 7 Up1040p 1. by law for j general 'elections In weeping over the corpse, but a- general -

ttCUxiU.World's. '. lit ArM Jr aeon.up.,Ga.UaAr ._. ..Bo Ry ky let f JillfsM.Jd5Clllk.Vh.Prn.: BUIL )ING, MIAMI, "LA. the State of Florida. rejolcln! ; that death,had taken

II' I Atlanta,U* .4 ....6oky binArAnnl.Wn.Ala I 'testimony [t. place and thi t the "deceased" was the
.... tbKy its) : In whereof I .have hereunto
Pair licki $!',To Ar Birmingham. ,AU i_ ?. sb Hy Ii 8Bp d5 '. J' Furnishes aecura te and complet : AbContracting set'my hand and affixed> the gnat serpent whose, greatest, enemy lawoman. a. ,

Ar MempblB.Ka. ..ri'y.MoL Tenn. 9 i M '. l 'tracts--,or Sear es of Title t any seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee ..'Pet\sacola News.THB .' ,

101 _,..._ ...,... 83UPKo. land in We "own .
SL : on v MempUifc Tens 1 J County. co plete the capital this the first day of pKATH PENALTY.A .
Fouls. rHot Hortnc*. a. j Abstract Books if all> the. land Re J '
a h. Florida Llmltad." 1 August A. D. 190. T. little thing sometime)) results la
I 13, -The S. L Fitters of Dade
cords Cbunty
::=-,: : : : : : .
Sec.and Treat. .11' rb. : t ](U, S.) aICLAY'CRAWro death. Thus, a mere scratch: inatgnlflcant '

.- ; ',. Secretary of State.' cuts]or pony bolls have paid
oj the death penalty. It is wise to hare.Buckleaj .
Prom New York Wuhlagtoa,etr.-f:.a, Vanhlngton and Florida L1m1L"9:1L 4 9 a.m. .
From Cblcallo.CIDjiGD.u: .CJlaIIaIIOOIIO. .-! m. "' j. SCIATICA. Afnlca Salve'ever handy.
-'FaW&Llmtted9:6a.m. CURES .
Pro From. 1 OlactDlIA;_tt8Iemph1., vWr..ta-No.. Blrmlqham: ." 'uhIDK\OD and.lor1da Lulled;..989.19.Boma ., (l O 11'. M YERi '! It's the bad salve on. earth.and win ;.
Trip Summer Totjriit Tickets DOW on"sale.J. ; ". .ReT., I*. W. ;RHey.,1.. U D.. Cuba'cW' prevent'fatality, when Bums Sores
Ulcers | threaten.. Only 2ta
York wrltea: "After fifteen days
t LU3K Diltt1 tPUIurer Are t, 103 W.'Bay 8t-lacDouYille.rla- : at all drug
'i : : Hlectrlcian of exruclating: pain from sciatic rheumatism J
W.tf.TATLOE G. p. A.
C.B ACUR'l'G. Y under various treatments I was
a'. E. HAEDWICtJ-P.' ,T. X. BROOKS, MORGAH, A. G.p.A.s..a'liA r., Launch.Sup I es,' .. Induced to try Ballard _Snow. Liniment : BETTER '

II I I j : Batteries. Spark C( Us. Etc. ,, ; ,the: first:,, application giving my Here's pointer for the Mamorousr
J first relief end the second entire relief. readers You want to save money

; otA ;R D 1113 v1l'e'C? ;' Miami, Florida.. Write for prices I 'i'can give. It unqualified recommendaUon.r can and Ox we.It know so you bow pay to a little belp more you.tha Wi .-.s ".

: 81 : .25c, 60c.!' 'and..tlOO.: Sold by the price of one paper and got the tw. .. :'
: d yon.want. {The pnee ot the Dailys.
1 I ELECTION NOVICE ----:1 of the i ounty In which +the court fa es- *i'dross. Pharmacy.*, Times-Union and loser has recently--

tabllahi d, and shall hold office: ford tons been reduced to the following priee.
Continued \ COU'duct. ,
:from L.
:( pace Landress, who; a .
I Air Line Itailwayi yean, his compensation'a a Three months..... .... ....... $ 1'Mi.*

11 : I fixed b] law.. The sheriff of the.county business nt Elllthorpe about five Six monthsj...... .. '........... S 00%
i who ahall hold his once tot four !ears. : tulles distant' I owards' Sampson. City On J..r.t.-..9..q:.. .. *v$4\
BHbaEi. : 1 shall 11 the omcer of
I i i J The annual Mary of theljuctp| of aid: uecuUT1 said on; the OaIn"rllle' Gulf railroadrelates We propose to send. you'both tb**; .
I i I the court; ds duties and fees shall be"fix that, he had quite an'exciting Daily and Sunday Tlmes-Ualon mt- ;
court* ahall be paid ftaarteny oy "
Savannah Columbia i' Camaen, Southern Finest ; : ed by l.w. j eXPerienee'with large catamount, CltizeeandtheMrtaororufor. : :
county where nch court .'establlahed, Sect U pfArUcI po- \ a. Six mOil-thai..............; .... t I-' i
Raleigh, jtochmpnil, Washington, altimore, and shall be a. follows: In counties often ; which Is'nothing more than a' small One year..}.......:..... : 0 M- .-.;
p Ne'.York. '. than fifteen thousand population: tution f the State of Florida Is hereby species of tiger, while enroute to his .We will send you the SemUWosklr. 1
f amend d M as to readas follows: a" Times-Union and Citisen and thtklrcmorous.
'Iij jPhiladelphiiu one thousand dollar In.'counties of, home from .thiscity/!; at -latethonrWednesday'night'andan .
Sectl in Jl. All rules,of practice guy.erning 'experiencewhich'he -
from Cfteea'thousand to mmthous -
Elegant Trains Daily. ; ,: [ circuit: mart shall be appllmay :' mt[ "soon forget' ;.5>f. Six monthe for................. $ 1 Ct' :

,,: Tijwo' 1 and 'population! sixteen !'noadred dollars cable U> the courts of record. ,Changes undress is:a very enthusiastic member One year..l....;.....:...i:.... S C9 I
; t In counties of. .from tntrqr thou* .
1Seaboard: Mail of be had from PatriotIc" Thni for 15 cents more' than ib&
.Seaboard Express.. :Ten e one court of the -order Sons o1- ]
j i-i.JI andto I .forq-firl thousand f population! of reco' d to another court of record or America! and (,very:Wednesday' night price of th dally\ jog get two paperyand
Ilit Equipment. two ;thousand ,dollsra'in; counties of for fifty cent) than the regular
JM an to the circuit court of I another Gainesville
county u'rr1l If to in order to be price of the MrtaoroLis, you get
j more than forty-Cve thousand popuUtlonj '
I I for thtaws same,causes:(Land under'the ,present at the lodge .meeting. It-w aJ the Semi-Weekly Times-Union ant

Ff' .. ., twenty-four hundred dollars and while '' Citizen, and the Faripe- and Froi
1,0 p ovdlng for changing the venue on his. return home abpntillojclock '
j all : courts of record now established -I Grower; } i
t' .1 criminal I from h >'clr uIt'court. pf one county to when; ibout three miles from your.nbsoripttonatous.iaa1. -,
4h thaII- upon
In ;state -:; the '
dt j ugh rom JicksooTltle Io IeiOrleiD| the clr< nit court of another county.The' the 'clty and valking'along.the"railroad io advaneea.lways. at these price: *.. S
oparltlD4 become
sleipm ( 1 adoption'. of this'amendmfnt, Goyerr ar may in .his discrtttlon.order I < track thafbefwu"' confrout. 'by; r' Tan Hzraoroua, ;
i I. and.j jbe courts of record as,herein.provided f this Wb1cbshone .I )Miami Fit .J.a
I the clr nit Judge having Jursdlctlon of .t catamount, .the .eyes of, I
I "t offlceri '
f'' and rll of such
c For full) 'iaforrni. tina.id slei per i servations"eahI; ; on any agent of .the the''cI cult court of. any county, toholds under the pale light of the, moonlike :

. Seaboard ,'or" write Eucbl cpurts-of, record, and discharge'shall be,' omcen the duUeeandjrecetredthe of pedal\ rn :of t court of record two:'balls [of fire. Mr."'Lan dress. White le Baiher'ShoC4. '1

of snci county, for.the purpose of try- Who is not accustomed to going armed

II D HBLL' fat c Haiti iJacksoaiillc el Fla ; ; emoluments'of'suchuntil Ing su h cases In whl ch the Judge of had!no mode t jpf protecting' himself. Four ChaitS. No Waitingz y
; 1' of their '
the !jexplratlon present With
wonderful of mind, however '
presence ,
terns of ode. j *; I the colit of .record,a all be'dfsquaB- Best! S rTfceriD; the City. ::u
and with a movement so quick
S.{CBOYLS:W JO 4; Jr.. Pass.: Agt.-. Section M'of"Article V of the Constitutibn fied. .Parties to any c use at law' In a hat It embarrassed' his antagonist, heleaped I 1' A. COLBY ** Proprietor :
; court ,record shall hare the same
I pf ;
Florida bE'T& : 102 Twelfth StrMt. '
: of the State of Is i
for a|pine eapling'skidder"4hlch .
right trial by,judges ad litem or. by
; .I. .1 amended so"as to read a> follows:' be'
F' by happened to laying alongside
.. under i
,- refer s as may exist the Constitution -
Section.% .; The court <>>>f record shallhave I the track and [with this alone

T'I pi fl.vvArcliitec:: : rIAHN :! : : I exclualTe.JurUdlctlon-'of, ,, }' all criminal cases n Tor circuit the ,court laws Sin. or reference may'If the to. managed to beat the animal weapon off In re' : CLUBBING RATES 2

cases-not capital,:which hall arisein _.-Gainesville, Sun. i i .,
judge of the court record be dls- '
t 'said co ntJ;' and of all cues at law,, ot ;; END OFJ BITTER FIGHT.'
Buildersiuth .
and tl'tl'e :
I in which ie. demand, ,or value of the' qualia, id, transfer, the i cause to the Circuit i, .. .."
'. art of the countJ'ln which'such
: I c I
}tf Jwhave'in ny' e ploy one of the l> st property does pot exceed one thousand. physicians_ had'a'rong.and J
court >f record may tie. ". 1 .
I' Draftsman in e ,, and am bet erprepared .. dollars, and concurrent with the dri sfnbornfight; with an abscess:on ay u can save money .

than ever for furnishing pla as ,., cult conrtl; shall.have"exclusive! : ; Jurisdiction Sec Ion 33 of of the ConsU-' right' lungwrites' J..F. Hughes,':of b .subscribing' for '

land details Io good buildings; fine ca 31- 'ofl proceedings relaUve to. forcible tutlonmen of ,the d is hereby DuPont Ga. |and gave.me up. Everybody .. ; '. ."'
I ra' .. follows epapersyouwantI \ .,;
riet work. etc an now headquart : I.. and:unl.wful detainer of ed BO as to rUcllV : ; thougbt my time had come. II
J 4. for! :turned 'wo k, tcroll sawing; and jail ,. ; rude .nd tenements Seel Ion 32.. i record shad be As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New j.I ::"
f dote in a FIRST CL ss | ; ".
abol by the only upon .
_... Section 26'of Article Vjof the Constitution Discovery for nSl mpUon. The.ben.
N'01k! I I. 'lani \g..milL ; a pet tlon of a majority; of the registered T IROUGII THE
I i of the State. of. Florida Is hereby j efit I received was striking and. I was .
I Send acj yp U ojrde for, doors a d'wl'' -, : amended I io as to read .f"f M' follows: voters- of toe county where such I I on my feet nfa few rays,. Now'.I've "' j
: court Is established. :
11 ters brack ts, etc.; "' I Section 2$. VThere shall be six term? entirely regained my health. It conquers
!tram Sill
dow i. btvit. 1 MetropolisIWe
In" *. I, ARTICLK. ell Co .Ccids and Throat .
bt {the court pf record ,each yea .

L and b; convlnc9l MIAMI, FLA : ; Section,. Jlf of ArticleVct, the Cone | Th t the ,followinjn amendments to and Lung Iles.: Guaranteed; by alliruggists. ,I I T

SectlArtie 20, Article II and Section 24. trPrr!
of Florida la hereto j'I I
tutlon of the State ( 60c. ,
ce md $1.00. Trial
I I ; I amended io all# to read ai follows: !|I I e HI and .the r I peal of Section 8 iottles free. !IWe can give-you :

.SectlonlZT.There shall,be for,es of,A tide VIII of the Constitution' r ; the Daily.Times.-, \::

ttornto the late of Florida te., and are hereby I> Union and- M
toJ ? court of record a prosecuting Daily
'Are Yo.u Qq ng guildIra be named the county j:solicitor, w- a reed to' arjd sha 1 be submitted tothe .r t.. NOTICE: ., : METROPOLIS for ..r

shall ''appointed b11 jthe.Governor < ectors of the S teat the general .. '
be 510.00
a ,
Circuit year orboth '
i t. el ation to be held in November A. In the Court, Seventh Judicial I' :
med and who
and .con by the senate, for 6 months ... .
TO N ED'J.L1?: M TER., Circuit of Florida, In and for Dade I $
His D.1! 4, to-wit: .
four ,
shall hold once for; years. .
for fire dollars..
IAL4IFi'R Kl ND 'you should hot li ii to ee"-- compensation!shall be .fixed by law. tlon 20,.Article n, of the Constitutl -j. Count,:- 'j .. ..,,;;.

the Cofistltntlon of the State .Florida I* hereby To Whom it E. Concern: ,: i
Section [28 of Article v: of 0 .
I 'of lie rate of Florida Is hereby ame ded so'as to'rea I as follows: j i,Take notice: It is my Intention ,-" ""

J. A McDONAtD & CO-' shall to: apply, to Honorable MInor S. I I I ,
Islature notPaSl
amended M H to read as follows: Se Uon 20. The le '
Jones, Judge the Clicult .
jot Court of
i I. Section Zi. ]ills.offenses.triable.In the peels or local awe In any of the .. ;
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florid'aTfor ;
Dealers 1. I4miter 4 I Ls hs. Shl lies, MoaldlllK9.; >slB2S Brl kUacCetD.&tpl.UterH.lr ,' route of!. recor* 'shall be prosecuted. folio .-tang enumerate* cases;; that Is to an'order for' the adoption of a cerr Jk DailyMetropolis .

,Yard .nd D and 14th St.' oath sac regulating the jurisdiction ands .
& : tc. office.A e Information tinder and may '
upon tain minor ch Id. towit: Alvin B. Jef- I
,t 'I "I ; u'jtlme[ .whether the court duti of any ,class. >f officers, or .for .
I be filed : !rays,'' That laid application will be :;
:d : the punishment of crime or rrilsde- ,
session [oir not by the county so- ,
: Is in made on Mom ay the third day of O--
,, 'ItU grand of thr'clJ'o mea: or; except for tpe enforcement of I .
but Jury
Hotter .
\ tober.? A. D. 11 04, at ten o'clock In the .
Line. "I county".I In which said spec al local)taws regulating the.practice '
Atlantic boast cult court for the forenoon or.as soon thereafter as counsel : ,,11I1't
.Is held mil Indict for fcf courts, of Justice; providing for r_
I mart of rec4d I rail be hea d. : :, I I'I
offenses'triable'in the court of record chat ring venue .of:t tlvll .and crtmitialcase "' 'J
(Signed) L. .L-OSBORN, Applicant,, k1
,., Quickest' thne most excellent wrnce North. E Jt and West via Upon .the finding of such t Indictment. ;.granting divorces; changing the r 1 Miami Fla.. : t !} .
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Furious ,New York ind' Florida Special: 'pie circuit f judge shall Commit> "or bail', name, of empanelling!, vacating roads: A.. E.''HEYSER.Attnrnej -1\\ .! )

SIMPInC ind Observation Cars for trial lathe court of record sum ionng and grand and j l
;: lOUd Pullman Strain of Compartmei it Dining the accused : for Applicant '

!lectrie.lighted! throughout, lanes St. 'Augustinedally except Sunday at U and the 1? county solicitor of said petit Juries 'and. p-ovlding! for their This Augus 31. A. D..19M.. limes Union ,
file therein, com :. for assessment and col- t
.M wrive |York 4U F. M. tallowing day 'j,' court shall. Immediately, ,
n' ot for state and .
In- tecti taxes county
informationbased,, upon such .
riorlaa and'Vrest Indian Limit sd. carrying Sleepers and and ,SUICIE E PREVKNTED.: -

CMiWiw JackaonUle t 1:00 A. M York 1:00 dictment.'upOn 'which l ormaUoa'the and unlclpal ptirpt:ses. 'for1' opening 5.50 a year
:Dining,, and inducting elections for state and ,
sharf I
accused be tried. announcement that ,
startling a
P. JL follow bit Cay. I officers, and for .
DraWtRol1Do and I
Chicago and norida LtmitPd, solid Pullman Dining and Section' %91 Jot Article JV of the Con- com y munlclptl jirevtntlve+ "of Buiclde bad been! dlscov- '
desl .UII; the plates of voting; for )
ObMrrattoa Cara: ,i awes Jacksonville daily.at ': Chicago 4:OQ sltntlonoftheStateof; | | Florida Is the ile of real, estate belonging! to minors ::'red.will\ Interest many. A run downystem.1or Weekly Metropolis.

trim amended so as to read a* follows .despondency, invariably
foIUnrlni day: This carries St St Louis nereby I I
P. and of
estates j-of ,:B
l ; >recde' suicide, and something'ha* ;
1:11 P. JL .1 j j I IDWr :, Vi pert ns laboring :dEndellts. dlsabll- Men .will and Semi-Weekly 'j
nieIr 'leaves Jactiso e 105 P. If.iMTcn Aaly, ..earrle through i Section J9.j There shall be no countycourt of found that prevent that conjltloj ,
lUes regulating : which mikes suicide } At TimeUnion j
to.cadem! o and 8t Lout arrlTlEt_ :CWcajo I:U P.. M, St.tool* in any, county mere a daunt of the.Tivlrk. tate "county: or municipalities: ltel1
he first .thought, of, self-dcctrncUon.: both one year at i
/ a t:0 JL JL toflowtp mormte. { ; record II'established. effect to Informal or invalidlegttimatlzing l irke Electric Bitters. It being a greatJoels .. '. :$I It

' r' The flulclMBt !!ne Iry roar aid .,|*.baU'' boon to Cheag*. seven hours to Section 30 of Article'V of the Constitution deed or wills; children I and nervine win rtrengthen"th; {\

' t Bt. tjonii. U dl
soj ,
.J amended as-to'read as follows ( children; relieving ninors trom'legalIfl" }
greet Istomach.. Kidney and

1e ake :esserv! UOr1SI : ,Seclon SO. The clerk of the court.oftecord'aban hues; and for the'establishment r.a-rJ! .mu:'t?".' Only:We. Satiafae- f I f 1
I \ ;:Px O suvtl.. 1 :u elected by I the electors. of f... \ ..,, ..,:..uLo: ,. Ion 'guaraateed' by all drogjlata, ,1' : 5'-
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p I, 'I 'I j j BERMUDA 'ONIONS:. t 0- t. 11' -All. >
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Eigh International G. ,1 1a I
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g si o Remember : crops. It's the longest keeper of i D ,

ti 1 -{r j: that It can' marketed at pie re, :

tl owing messa rather than an the dictates'ot. ceifatioecay I : .
F. Di briJ of the Wes i : ri
'< I : : wlthlp a few days. : IEi, E" I'P.
graph. JCo. at I PIR" 'T'.R ,
received fey Mr. W. H. "Onions should not grow' on I hew ,

&&ert f the ,Miami ground land thus It makes an ad lra- .,;,
and which Is ; ble crop to follow tomatoes, etc;;, where j > '.o''
Pant'; I a cops is L tfeeded. .It has '' l' ." I ..'
I rotatjon'of .
In'i annection with ai r \
no 1 disease in! Sou'and is I I YO"YHE' !t,
given Jby jthi; United the ,.,<
t' !" troubledflBerWusly<< : wlHJi any I:1: sect '
rOaoryj to theElg :
8e |
) "H >\ -.. >' -
Geogr iphlc Congress, pest i haves 'one :c'rltlmi)I m' to makfe of 4St. LouisWorld's
Washington tie
in on
have'i.greed:' 'with- the the" development,,of ,XI ei I lower past Fair :

cials'j :o; send out thi i,! I ; i Cost marvelous as tnat. development -
telegripbic signals t >, baa been, and that Is ih it the, veet i
;; I
and e4d at midnight. V bl.t,| growing'nas deve1o; >ed too Auch ,
Y along one Un. Manydc- not IIvfe by I TO BEGIYEN, _
skgnals U
The are A. 1
ie : 1 '
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1- bread alone, neither do he .
lowing message which a co line .
'the signals I over an .1 ( hid diet to beans and tomatoes. "1 That

sego'the-JBaily! ''litud( as time far signals as '' the, 'East Coait to I the nee d >Is rine'of:now Is dh a >rsl-lideoIverson JNOO SEWELL & BRO. .

done Subscribers will fication and In ; the, ; .
; Bermuda onla will play an ,'DPO' ant
arras ement and Its I ? .. ',' -
"Th> Eighth Intern pelt It the w4s ot. that; a Uon +r I .
IcCo at Washl will 1 take this prop upslart'Ol'a aU i.: :

this [i midnight gress signal, scale how to and band4 lea ,It by to best actual aavan exper et nee :: A (Chance giyen with each Dollars .
Obserratorjr:|\ *; *uf (

tesy tlons,,jif IjPt: the'the,! {Western I tl ; will,l lust not as be mu any h a standard yean t before crop. J will,tomatoes :- / ; worth : of goods' purchased'

col. I are n w, It is the sates and

I j I "'D.'F ? | : ::the long n'lt Is th a most pr lila:' ;

Th j substance of th > bib vegetable sop grown In the uth': ,
the t (: While on ,t I' NdlveJ:1lllied": Jed ;
all sul scrlbers to
g" .
Washington'1 ; will' receive want to say a word for'the Iris 110:' a Largest stock in the city to select from, '

I tonlg) t a ( regulation of crop' for your section. It I another ., The quality of'
same.' x they do at m ', ''llroflta, Ie.slaple. I that 1:cia be xy' kept is,. the,, best;
form'1 hem of the :' grown on any, of the ,, lands, tha !are that is made- The }rites are the' !lowest: %

hoar 1 hen their doc s. 'I' le to: o ions and .can be,1I1 ted' 'possible consistentgoods, ith'quatity of
: regulated. \: new .grou d., As' Is ,the ease Ith I I goods.jBigLojof j

; j i one the ..grOwer' get

a redJi c.;I FROST' IN ] market any other iec- i- '. ".

-< I'I.' .* 1 II ; and Ef.Ef.Coast reason 11' the '>":' .. l' f
The el Known Da ila at H lugs
not \ 1 ( Goods'
& at
His j
I (
Ints In ;
Da1e. count :: L _
Mr A.jk) Frost of I ,My ;trip In thatsectloq was a ost being closed 'out at
aid Instructive :! i f
Dean'I successful coloi one d 1
h to take OPPortunity toa i k cost: to reduce stock
: the i
; is noii ou I i that cot r ,
m6rej >eople ,for ,the, for'the any courtesies ext dad ._.,
t :, ne audthpportunlties_ ; give for .
DanlaJ in this county. .
,' : gareful; ins. on'of the lower t '
Thf Oconto ,Falls, A !- 1 .
st., YOUR truly, : f' '
of bin in a recent nu '
H.: G. HASTIN S. 't', This
"W* hare been'woi leaves no reason" ,why you shollId.

past what has ft J'l 'L-ST .. ,
tI I -not
change from raw col 1;;w ) : J ST;, AU NE RIFLES. ;, spend your mon with us and get a

s neat|jre I one expert n ]j Both Ta lalerro-and] f. "MeetMein' i !', at the, free tip to.St. Louis.. IfJ I
: '
'"eeIf/pas" and we hi ve you are lucky and not
ed that 1 'w. due to tjie I f C sbyTrophiea St. Lo ie." St Louis i we will Ipurchase to go to sf
.Florida of our old fri nd: ;;; ": ( the ticket-;
man A. C. Frost M. .' The shoot 0; Tsiiaferro. phy I ofchmce you at,, THE C 'RIGIN AL C,>ST.1' ,
1 ,
ti the Gree leaf A Cro.by med by :
that i ore I j Iin this n Ip '
; various mpanies1in encim eat j
Hkel, ; to suffer on ao '
b ;,St: August De, resulted jln panl I \ 'I r i
weat i 'Ilt-err.i; kindly { : t" '
St..Augustine Rleei.captn both I
large] beat wave wit] p, ,\ ,
with 'score Of 196.y. J
!ida aid! \ turned them h'j' -
ComPany JacUonTm : -
: Uon.i nd Jthe result hi s l 11. Rift wu.econd I 1 -
t eficial togrowing| cr >ps: ] : with 4; Wilson Battery, ack- j = = e
.j thl with 111;' Compa y B., ranged as to p ivfde a covered passage MASTERS BALE I S 9
resort In
Is natu-al 1 I Rifles; and Company C. pine from front to rea f 1 chancery upon whom would bind the
-M Frost; a : ; b- laid,
defendant, Stuart
tied fourth ; dt ,H. Hale and
Orl..do. for place
ad not been for the 'Thewheels engine is \ carried on twelve jnd : virtue pf that the said Stuart ..,
I andlCompany H. Hal u .
h.J: h 167. I., Miami Illes, person
of youth that tent ed i four-m'heel bogie in front or f osun and sale I.sae4 of over tweet .ene
: J ) yean of
I I and It In fttth with 164. The me ben t age
bition aeplratlois JUlie a. and rear, Between which l are two pairs outf of the CI It Court of the i Seventh H -la therefore ordered that the add
v- the! tam shot follows
som at'' er.ld i toda e''be' i 200 500 oW of driven- coupled In the usual man Judicial ; of Florida.. In and for Stuart H. Hale be and Is hereby required -
gigant I
:Ame" *{J 1 i:As !t la, th n D. ,DI I.... ....::..,..i171.1 : "' 16 ,33 ner,, This arrangement: sforthe| pur Dade county', lii a'cause therein pendIng plaint .to filed appear, to said the tBin of Com

des | are; cropping 01 t a ." eaoock.. ...'......:.%O. '19 39 pose of securing BJ 'smooth steams {t wherein JA.;, Robblna and U*W before In the [lapse 1 on or
.C. GJbso ... ....121! 13 t5 Monday, the 3rd day of October.
in 1 of motion] despite or.irreguiarl- '
4 presj 11 engaged ; j'l" :0'1 curves Ro bias his vlfe,. are'complainants A. 1>..1904, otherwise, the allegations
panf or the develop; nent s. Clyatt ... .:.. 12 ,,32 ties of,'track; surface. The 'engine" is Ej bill of
f and C. Lanier aid
I Tucker t17 and Fannie_HLanleri will be taken u confessed
jjepo* ts of iron pyrlt In \Vj'C. .; .1." 18 35l of the co npound type, the;highpressure ; :I the 'said by
I i hiswife defendant
I ; N.-Johnson, the
i' Bank o
i y
Arm i rang. It win be rem l I" cyiln ler being located midway between : 'It Is further
i' rest 164 Its' : Biscayne, 'a' corporation Lucy ordered that this order
)tr. took the 1 I'' the side frames where.; piston 5a4 J be once
; camp published a week for
1,1'he aa' I eight
t wail th > .developme it of : ,omclally last conects. v ith an Inside crank on theforward Jo neon. William D. Hughes, aecutlve eon-
and'th two three-c mpa- I} dOln1 weeks In "The Miami Metrop
ugh; or fshaft. ,
h mf fon r, years ago, ) riving The |fwo low.presaure' business as H ghee &,Company: ,Ian< olisa
: men In |,Florida ha e'y s got'aw y then, the maJo tT of cylinders drive t1l.J outside I newspaper published in tie
the Sanford'Loin Companya
and Trust county of
m'did' no leave until this mo nlng. pade and State of Florida
work. tray
puBhifagjhe; low, parallel ( ranks In such a as ,to II
demind lor. the pyriti s, W' ; ; ment his been a.6 ecessthroughout secure an ven' balance between reclprocating l cjrporationAre d defendants!, the.unj I Dated. this 8th day of.August. A. D..

ibo li45! per cent of pure nd much benefit'd rived parts' giving Important re- I derslged:, master'l In chancery/ will sell !1904. .
greatly increased cat M the troop participating i .'f. ults.. ;.' Hose public auction. in front of the Con (Ct Ct) .B.-C. DKARBORX'

:, : pectlifor Returns on I The.ibolel weighs 47 tons and carries I door at Miami;' Florida during '! ( Seal ) Clerk of the ClreaJt

bun of, mining., Is ll I 1 "+ HIGH-S 'RED Lt1COMOTIVeSL'Louis sevens tons of coal, and 4,400 gallons Ut5legtIhours; of sale on the first Mon Court ta and- for Dade County Florida
t- development I of the* de' ';, September 8.=:Ger anY1 or water. It has a coal consumption I ot I i day In October, A. D. 1904, the same be .

beg|j atan| early da e." [ : : gres' In locomotlve ,build 'g Is 2 1-2 pounds of coal per hore power j:I Ing the! third day of said month, to lit' Patterson ft Erwin *

1 owll'jD 'a Bantle: and novel nglne per ,hour, and will develop 1,775 horsepower I highest, and best' bidder for cash; th. I. SoiWtors for
f tiss BARCO E XhlblU In the Palace of ranI- : '- (I owing, described real estate of th Complainant "

I ji 4 Sue] Barco w u, I rtaUon 'a!the World'a,;Fair. It"I" is 'S Germ y has an outside rail exhibit defendants,"'E. C. Lanier and h'annicH

Si sea 11 usually pleasan Ilttl. : 1 ., '. 'original type ,and has .a Also, cone wining a model railway station .- nler, his rife and W. N. Johnsc4lying
l'' day ifternoon at tlje.; t Speed rd' Before beta ship- wltt block system of switching and being In the 'conty of Dad Wanted To Buy

'The i nests ''of honor, being to the n\ted\ Slales''''was tested and 'a railway track with ties of steel aod| State of Fl rids or so much thereof.s "T ONCE from _
' Ana i y,'Of Thomas lie, nr'of tie Government 'near and prepared'wood' In both|, kinds of mar be sufficient to satisfy said de. ._..hIy muder4 harbet"cen a" or carat lath a' i

-r- Ciunp. who } lottiugeu; ermaY, wbere4t m e'79 ties thea 11 are bolted to the, ties instead 'ree and, costs of sale towlt: i II and Bay,flak lint at_has and rotlr A..leepia..... D.. ._.. tile

Dom, from Europe.. : i ,%miles 1 hour;,drawing,i t D of4x of being spiked to them, as the Lot !Twelve (1%) and the west" "halt of otI t5.0Co."coed, seed 1I00r.photo.I'rk... t about f4.GO&. to
'* f r andah of lie can, d 85, miles "an1hou with America: 'rails are 'on their wooden I lot I thirteen (11), 'of block thirty Wight < pia. to
; j .
k ,. attrac Ivelyj cars! T tll'I*. Ths entire exhibit IIi novel as (38). north of jthe city of Miami. Florida JOSEPH L. HICKSOH

': Ba recf4red' her eet1 Thi'most striking-pecullarlt. are well as'l' I iterestlng and instructive and .: according{to a map'of. 'said citi UQ Gaaraatm BiiUlnr.ittum ,

"a iseisted" by, herlnf 'mot : Its ronlltrucUou, It being built III attract ng the attention of j any Fairvisitors. made by; A. L. pnowlton, ,c. E, and > .)ID""poll", ".nto, .
" mJ neJel" t the engineer stands la iron wlthI corded ,,Would """ .Jder i atlD" for cue .
j ,jn the !!Ice of the Clerk of the i not ... to _II,rear 7'" cIo
of'the I a glazed ab" Jlklithe motor an 'OftlectrlC Circuit i
T fst-\. rn I Court, n and for Dade count
iaally and plea n ar. Botk engine a d ten- E ENTS AT ,THE FAIR.St Fl rida. j .

;' ;,.tl entitled a" haker are erect wlt4 a shes Ing of Lo its. September 8.:;,Slachlnery I ': *. F. ATKINSON To IU Friends of '

mance'1entertained.l kept the vlslton eetlron: vtith I glU8"wlna? a so.,arI Day, Sep ember 10. at the World's' Falr.will' [. { Master, it: Chancery. I I' Orguiitd. Labor.j
be 1 lied with many attractive "atterson A rwlD.' I j

a;: The: story was'in i hym< :r ENNIE. M. PARRI N, events- ncludlng. every novel 1 operative lIc1tofi, or Complainants. .We respectfully rrqueit that upon
!|be filled in wlthj :' STENOGRA'HER a TYfE R1rER.: ,exhl lit'In Machinery Hall! In operation I ._IOU any kindly store ask to make the, clerk'purch -
": 'Jeit;ware's'plays ThUtte .. he day will conclude with an COPY ;
., ('_ Rrpe.rtt.r.: Manifold: : w. Ie- ] to show you his UKIOX' Canto .
j ,.J- lie follo'wlnis .bet } nepn.hb... I T""br.r S nrthanofacoo.Aven.efluv.vfanko161 immense evening reception and fate. [

r 'Tyre -a.story e i {,arse -f'i 1OM to UOO and 3tIO I ayne.II:00. 1 Electr city Day follows on'the 14th, In. the Circuit I Court of 'the"Seventh U' LOCAL 779
r I '.. Raraa Ctittts
c al : J 2U Av'aue f 4 with mo e novel spectacles, closing in ndlclal Circuit of, Florida Within InniTiowiL
(t; In onislng, I interest. t u. ; I -, -4 ( r-- i the evening 'with the- great: :Palace! ofElectriciyi i nd for,Dad > County: .. i' t '. t f i I r i I I I I I I I I I. I,
; lovers there ere i v ablazewith"light- thrown I Chancery.Bank .
l '"' I Il COrnCr1A\'enUe B'and.11th Street. .open 'to he' public.- } of Bay Iscayu, a Corporation ..
: "Rqmecj nd Juliet' dhey ; f ''St, Lo its' Day, September." will be C plainant ; n.. Stuart H. Hale De-

\: IIi! eslred to ,win her.!, {I G..AMIJLLfR Proprietor.' the biggest day of the Fair.: An unlimited fe dant, .{ '. dergair

!':.,' os ,, .- prop-am of eevnts has been prepared Order of Publication. ', i 1-
, ''Tb, fearing it m ght and all of the World's Fair city 'pon application| of the complMn'.i ,-i Real 'Estate
f :...
'IiIi .abjor Lost' ., it will att nd tot make It the kreatesttheWorld by Its|: solicit" .. Patterson ft U.1\p! ,

i.; and OS.. event In : Fair, history/close,I It appearing'from. the.affidavit" of W.j} I ., InvestmentsIblAusrtrroflbUeaVnra.
Otherone special days
'following W Erwin one of the laid solicitors.[ l
'r. Iifor' her hand upo another' are: Maryland Day. toy 'said! comp atnant- that the refen I- .< f .
z, \ September 12; Louisiana* September snjt Stuart' ; Hale: has been'absent UI'
" .' I t } a.lftefear"812.50pei4ayill4. .j 14;;Wex September'16 September.16; and Massa-' frn tiie conity for 'mote ,than,six yi: I ials. CAlrc .s. hssnac *W law
ree o the chusetts and Colorado; .17. '
, f' 1 Sped per WM* to Commercial days preceding the application > tMKOHWf Itt ... of BMia
.. moothly'ranl : men Large SAMPLE KOOM8 thinext
Tb@f tor ] of publication and th'it I
1.., pent their di } Pod (4, lot 661||L KIMllorfla.1 I Peopl whoegard heaven I as merely! th it residence i >f said Stuart H Hale j Is McALUSJfR.BEc i

lRi.'r1t;' e and, U'lovi 'Ali H. ( v II ::. a'-plao ,of, rest" will' not pnloy it Jf 'unknown and],that, there,'la, no: person ..zr..SRf.. fcat'ffcrkta.
a WelL" 1 -,; they gel there, '
iJ I In the, State the service of a a
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