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 10, 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
oclc - 34299190
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lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00153
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No. t1 231, item "' ,..MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAYJ SEPTEMBER 10. 196*. 1 f Price 5 Cent '


"-,. J To P"rfecl[Organization and Prepare' -I I DENIALOf DEING ''D t Tituavllle and Mia Young'People to ,
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ARTfURII I Etghteeijtatlve twenty of the represeu- ,! t .
II I I -1 1I .. i t Wednesday teruoon, September 15, .
an more extensive truckers i I "'.,
] and bf Dade I J.: li at the residence, of the bade' mother' .
FL J tomato growers I county' Of ..Report TbafHe Hill G to New'York By R Forest Ftres and .
met ,this morning at 9:30 o'clock. at in.North Titusville, Mr.. ISrnest, Van-

,Will .Be Made by' Japanese Next Horticultural Hall for the' purpose of Take Charge of Dent kratlc CamxmJltioos. clsc and lbousands1of Acres !andlngb m. of I',th *,city, will be united Is Now at Jacksonville i Bound

'2k.,\ Tuesda t u.'Morning' ; i t M, I' perfecting;ways and,an means organization for the and more devising suc .--Satisfl d with. her B4e'Gone to in Susie/Alpha the / 011. bond; 'of wedlock to. Miss from! h iI dphtoMiami.: i

1'I Cf'SBfullaandline; and marketing of their land 1" ,t I' lim. Of be 'wedding : "
l _. the/ntusville' [
r l'rops, and In'every other manner to Advocate s tysf: -
j provide for the betterment; of the grower :- II : t Is with'pleasLre that the Advo- 1

Assault, DeferreThorough iWday to Male I In every possible way.- I September i > 10]' Judge Parloritatlve ,- Sa Francisco, Se tember (:ate lea rots of the appro icbing mar- According( : Jacksooollfle'MeIr 6s. but
j .: A temporary.organization made : r of two of Titusville s most pop- ,
t J was ke an auij de- es arel raging n many gage
PrriReported rat ons;No ling by,the flection W. R. Harney temporary 111 i.j "Secretary McCauslandTork For-est otiI iforni 'and 1h the! [ young' people Miss: Susie Alpha for 1\\r.at Prose Is Nol k9owamethlny ,
P : chairman, and Mr. M. A. Mllanv:. ; :Mme and,Mr. W. Ernest Vanlandlng- ..
a! lukdeoYesterdiiyad that he will jgo to New to take vicln of this About ter.
city. ham. The
will bt
'. temporary secretary. But very lithe J "wedding a quiet oneonly
, .f It I i i ''I business was' transacted during the personal charge!' of the anise or}to Iq a Sa ta 'Cru the Immediate relatives 1 of, the ..

II forenoon, ,those present devoting"the assist the. National Com Ittee, or;that bees; ed the best of a redw Wmtractlng parties being Invited: ,_and b' -- r rI !
time to an expression f'views anl he I,* dissatisfied ;With th work' of the is d med. The dr in M ,sill: take place at the oma of the I I, .
Chefoo, SePt. ibler I .10 -A I Ji panese I teas relative to the objects sought.j] committee jj' % brides! mother MtsM.' C. }oUms, in Accord to the Jacksonville Me.
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who left Danyjnesj says that! the'whlfch; At noon an adjournment. was taken Judge Parser had tho gJat; of going has o checked ter North Tit llvllle: pn th< evening. of tropolis blg:dredge boat Cauena
Fort to New York after th Issue 'of four n thousand loj! 1904':
ArthurfJTjwsday until' 2 o'clock when the assemblage j his a e'BOUNUAR' September gill 800 arrive 'to join the meet 1 DOW
; reconvened 'and Its niobable; letter of acceptance, bu he may not Miss Mime is one of Tit isvllle's most the \
planned fcponed 111 tcUJ&J has be n'pott- : taatl.+j do' ; ..r at work n Blicayne 11canal to _
permanent; cr? : : .
until n r ,a >d thatbosslble the acea The '
;l't.111 be pi'Cectdd during.theafteru" and has been 'one'of the. most fop lnUufle::

a still furtherppfttponetnent' ; Is I .-!.. NO POLITICAL 'ASS! ISSMENTS.His .,; Bet een Pan an prolnisinganIsatisfacto'young ;lady appear In ('yesterd'ay'a paper givesthe .
u, the Japanest1'J', -*.to ma) e every, .: I tea rsln the TitusvilleMrrVanlandJngham lto In' this I, ,
I i Gre t 1w, stence.A High School. manner, :
possible preparation before hurllng q MEAT".STRIKE_IS OFF.. A Ung. Secretary IBSU s''' l'sualCampaign Wash, n'sp tai to : w.. 10 Is now' of H. McCormick. of'thls'city. \

themselves In We |wornout gai rison:;| t BliVaehlngton. Ii I jSepk,10 1IH 1-' vill ;Amt can say Miami, has been a residen of Titusville has been n notified '
A Chinaman? who} left Port' Arthur, The. Unions Were: Defeated, According, e to Dep'tr .eat is from boyhood, and Is. oung man of omcla1l1 of his selec'Lion '
Monday evening nfu.m the rej ort that to President I -Acting SecreDepartment t qualities. .to, ':Omm'n4.the. government '
Donnelly ; wit i terest 'lent opme'nts sterling He was at one time
... ,-here. was beau: fighting from August '...:.- I tajry Oliver.J of i r r s ionnecled tat the on .the Advocate staff, ana later book- dredge .1Joat Caucus, sad bee' Ia being
27 to 21, and th it -'-e'and man. others The strike of butcher has la circulaj'' of today by his
I" I the .'iOrkmen. ,issued warning me of ihe'ea+rera boundary keeper, and assistant m nagel' of the complimented numerous
worked night ?rid day burying be which demoralized the meat packIng against political assessnents and partisan ma and' Colombie: it Bund Lumber Co., at this place,' but for trend Upon bin good fortune."The '

Chinese. RiWansj( \and _Japan ES. } I Industry ,throughout the 'country activity of omceh lders. aki the geogr i1n .%i have the past three years he h is been a student 'nlal, captain haS for a ndmher' -, g.
He Indiscriminately say tha t during for the last two months has been 'This 'circular mbo lI the of the of re&ra been a deputy United .
officially l < irb ary line,' beglbning at ,Baltimore M<, Zeal College, ..
;the fighting four #orts' in the vicinity' declared! 'off by President Michael of the.Civil I 1 Servile xact of provli.- ba n, on the Gulf Darien, from-which place he will. graduate next States marshal of 'the EIHIthern D1t-' '

'of Bihllingshaijj were, capture* by the J.. Donnelly, of the Amalgamated Meat' '' making political ter tact "no'su ey has spring.; ""' treat of j'lorlda and hu filled h" poet .'

Japanese butt| ,that they wei e I later Cuu 'ta' and Butcher Workmen jof' menu of Ftetieral offlcs, holders/and m and while th old The Advocate staff Jons the many with great credit to'hlmselr and the '

!npelled to evacuate I mem n der thebeaq.bombtriltnent America. I Coveument;! employees of 'all/kinds of a boundary as ying on friends, all along the ;East Coast of govern ent. Reserved hIa early days '

: .. of-the- _R iBslans., On ,Thursday,. Mr. Donnelly' '!'tele- u der-the :classified 'ae, Ice sf misdemeanor 5114 zing the is hmus at these young people In washing! them In In the tfnlt d States navy and.was for ;:

. ---t' graphed the members; of the' National punishable by a fine not 'exceeding eve the exlstenc of the advance, much happiness in their new.. several i years connected with the '

! lAPs tOssEs,'REA Executive Committee asking their, con- $5,000 or,by.1 Imprisonment fora n r, been determl ed: station In life. steamboat Interests Olt the 8t. low
Tate Tsau. September! 10.-. Japan-I sent'to an announcement the end' term not Ii;!|exceeding ifee years or ple 00 m for contrgversy rlYeI': capt.Mccormick recently took' "

see officer heN today said hat ,the of the struggle, and having received I by both" line or Imprisonment at the. am and Coiombfa to th "* REV. L. A. S the cI"9 service eumlnatioD for the '-

. Japanese loss Port Arth r In 'the favorable sewers from all, he declared discretion of. the court. It also contains tb of this bo dary, and TITS. P 8it1oDj which he'hu obtained and
last few ; e been verir heavy, hat the strike 'of the" members of his the remarks, of F resident Roosevelt Tel hing to the Goes to New Fields oftown Labor at York-. his examinatIon wad highly compll-

. exceeding fifteen !thousand nen. H"Ml 0. nlratlon would end. j jTlie and the opinion ( f the Attorney on side Washington other bad -. Ind]. '\ e mel tari, his percentage being 98. ,

art, that th4japani|| ed and strike of the members of.' the General !I against activity on die ted or1the territory nave' given "-he jlredp/ boat Canena, Is expected ::
wounded la tie cattle of LlLo n Tang affiliated nnlonsat the stock yards who the part of j I rao poUtir public ser so a apprehension of eerlnu The,many friends and!acquaintances to' arrle here at aa early date from ..

....uaot' exceeding'fl I i I',twenty. thousand. I II quit work In sympathy with the butchers ylce.. oi' Tb 'way one of a of Rev. L. A. Sevlts. pas or of the.First Phllldelphl and will do dredging at .

was| officially, called off Friday Lary Hay ch : Methodist Churh.1ll regret to learn YeralJ point, on theE tI Coast of
.. NO JflGHJtNG TESTE AT. morning at a meeting of the conference BIRO ED HORSES BURNED. atterLpt that he has been transferred from the Florida At tots port C&pt. McCoy.mlckw .. ",
i" St.'.Petersburg,'',,September 0.-GeD-I' board of the allied trades. a .w th.e.the,,.,.._ ., to P09tllrte! pltbs. chato Yorkfown, 114take oommuandlEb a:
( : he could : .
eral Sakhjrorfjjreports that there was I The, general body .was at first I! In 1.f Shelbyvllle. lad" Sei t 10. Twenty- on as ch inquiry by as' he could Ind.. ..herelh., will eater, the field of petted at the'Caaena..m then pro' .

!. no fighting t/terday" Hea 1 ulna favor of''con tinning the strike but 11r /blooded horses. nany of which ts re dimcultto addreu = religious work. Mr. S vlU has been ceed MiamI, where extensive work '' .1

"*+ud, the eons *.0f1. ,of the, d. prevented I Mr.., Donnelly, who was present announced were descendenU of ixtel the celebrated b government, to here but a few months, but in that time I. bebd done on the harbor there. The :

the Japanese from adcing.. I, that the men' ...ere defeated, three-year-old: which sold for of diplomktIcc Qwing has done good work in he church, and poslti held 10 long by Capt. McCormick 1

ray' i and that'4n order to save his union7 $150,600; ,were burned last' night In' a a th't nee {, and omclals become popular alike with his. congregation If tb ,United States,manha: .
RusSIANS MATING NORT ARD.St from being entirely disrupted he would"' fire which destroyed, 4e) barn of J. R. th tIf there tie be and citizens.outs de. once gill vacated next month. and

Peterwbt ra.i September 10.-No order his 'men to return towor.jno:| McDanlels' one, of. the most prominent tri lion; both couprtes would any He will be succeeded here by Rev. as Marthal Honis, now out of the cltT ,
further definite 1 t !nee ha "bect received matter what r course might 'be/takeR horsemen.|.n' Indiana Much hay. and to eaten toAmerlcan advice. Herman G.I j j Porter of '""orktown, Ind.. nothln regarding the eapt&ID' sue- .I'

from the front!today" but It a continuously by other onions. As the othe onions several thousand bush) Is of grain were 'f"I.they transferring charges.' Mr. Sevlts! sessor uld be learned to cla7. .1

report'that the Rns tans an had no grievance of their owfl, but had destroyed'the loss, wb ch'.1ll perhaps ANK PrE'iD !\ ) will leave some, time next week for his S ?

moving northward from link en. General i gone 'on strike to aid the butcher exceed $25,000, cannot be estimated atthis ? new, home and. fields o labor, and Mr. rrTITCSVILLE TOPIq, !1I"

Kuropatfc n jls said 'to ,1 at, Tie i there was .nothing left for them but to Ume.; i r nl g: president Moines, 1-of, he"pt.defunEt lo-D. : Porter Is expected Octoper 1. { t :....-- I '

Pass. The eV icnatlon of V ukden is follow. the lead of Mr/Donnelly, and : :: Item om the Advocate of General In- ..:
k at Munt.\1 i ID.\' CANDIDATE WATSON /, .
not officially a< m tted.; 'I they. too. decided toxiall off the strike ALABAMA MINE'ENJOINED.. In Icted foirandu. :! ent bau ... I fs te"t Her. ; ;:
..1.---__ j :) WORLDLY GOODS. .:
far I
as as they were/concerned.
i 1 dl eftlut ( Tt.p ? I ,.._.
The reports Mill r current that,the ....";. Restraining I Order lee ed in Behalf of I A la ge gang of men. are at work oath ;=
k 1as1'.prlng .n 1)1
."Russian annyj It effecting L retreat I CROP/XJNDITIONS.:, J Ironf' and Steel { mpany. y vlng a IO" + of(' .brut ': .(From the Buffa! Times) ,uQper,'St., Lucie river between ,

. i from Mnkden I lbut i6t, Pete urg'om' -. Showers to/ ocaIly heavy rains occurred J. I,1Un MJnt: Air : Thomas E.' Watson, Populist candidate 8tuartlandj! White City, cJeartDt'tbe ,J
lousl1 l' :
'cials are unable to confirm U e same. 'over/ e Southern District and t: Birmingham, Ala., Sept 10.-The ; for President I well provided:, river tif logs trees, etc There Is a r. ,
Only brief bee trot the (,seat the ...est' ntral portion of the Central; Republic Iron and St el Company bas In rests. ID-JDnl! 'I was with this world's goodjs. His wealth large' houseboat and IQa boat in the ''II

of war I' I situation \ ague::and :' the Western District, and the west and filed a petition In tht Chancery court hi bet est'.1'! ti.n9, of has increased. $20,000 i the last re ou t.1( Civil Engineer Frederick spent, l.i

the tact of no: ghUnI, contac i with the !...DorhconnUeti of the Northern for, an ,'I Injunction .against'the officers I or.' The tax returns I In show: r.1 Tuesdl\1 with the'gang.. clYluS. dlre<<:- .

outpost is probably due to the heavy District Cotton picking was delayed and members of district No. ZO, United RiVALtiY IN !Mr. Watson owns 8.74 If'acres of.. I cone aL to the work, ete. I i .. y J,

rain LThere several days' In the western counties. Mine Workers of Am rlca,*restraining 0.-"Won't : worth 434.980; city .. I '1i 1
t.'Loul; I'
Is no JMUmate of th lDUflln The crop era rule Is maturing rapidly, them from"' Interferln :''with the works Sept" $8,200; his .,solvent nctes are put at Mrs;1 Hattie Carpenter ., talentrd I I .
Is ,
the battle of.JLiao'Tang, bu It Is believed -. and there Is much activity In. picking. or employees of the r,rapany. A temporary I er, please an $[,625; household foods, $1,000; and popular young lady hulling from :-

'the casualties on both sided Reports indicate that plant! wjll' Dot Injunction has been graded. e ended World'to the Fall'Ylpltor on the i i watches and jewelry $::0; hOM.'$135; Cocoa $ut Grove, who .ent'' to'Palatka ;
the The
fifty to sixty The Injunction !s almost identcal o ; vehicles on plantatlo ,'$38:! ;;; making "
Breach not fatjh-om take on much more fruit; that some and ; I.to try o capture teacher State certii :,
land men. I I I ,.' '' are dying nsting>and shedding. Cat- with. ,that: granted list Saturday; by J. a 1'alry betweei4states a total 'of '.6.985.1'4. La t year he returned i I. flcateJ passed through "tulYllIe 01; .

I terplllars are' doing some damage la Federal JiMce Jonrsj on pell don olrporations. o In.a desire t secure 4,210 acres of aDd his total Frida last, saying she had I passed tlJe I I .
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RED caoS?$ rEARS EP EMlC.st. northern counties. Too frequent rains three other "n'nlngIs : II straUou of ca led: property was $ 'exam, f atlon successfully. of COUl1/8./

Peters Ord. September 10.- -The over a. portion of the Central District I the first Injunction) yt Issued by a ere la no pre offered, It Is believed In 80 Wd that that i elllli a 8tat certlftcate. Mlss I :

Red Crow officials fear atdisease e >ldemlc of are causing oranges to spilt. .The trees ,state court$ agalntt st !'king m I', d 1 of credit .wll attach to Mr..'' Watson Is a ,.. but the Carpe9ater's''many Titusville friends!

will tofeak out,/to bo h armies are vigorous and well cared for. Seedbeds I salon that can :lalm has the records show that he i 11 noL It Is said congratulate her. .:-::rl.,.,
The torrent n rain which f el 1 after the I GEORGIA BUILDING SOLD.i 11' en the Exposition that he baa made mot of his I'
-r 'I and vegetables need more ratn I ) money .
battle of Ua&jYang compete the'hungry over the eastern and southern portions I, ''II. m n1_of the buildings from the numerous bodies he has writ MI'. 'm.'M-'Brown- : wjfe -' '

fnd Or lsoldlen to slei'p without of.the Northern District < It May serve an 1111: jots County as .a tom of Stat4 ng Is most ten. ter. 0 Titunllle, left HiUview. Newt I ;

shelter in., 11 mire' by /the roadside, i 1|| Court H use. c I Ing : dies preside ; Hartf rd, Conn, on FrldaYt August 1"1 -'
VI tVed.that these and other Louts. Mo Se tember 9.-The est book' and n$ visitor-II e ';
and It 1* LEGAL, PAPERS. St SEE A MUMMfI'S FACE. for a rip to North Suuoni N. H. Mr.. "
hardships w! I result In great; sickness.jiETlt The following papers were. filed for Georgia state'bulldln 5 at the:World's t eecipe without flat leaving St. ,Lou September 10-The two and J\rrs. Br01l'1lretumed on the'f lIow., ;}

record In the clerk's office of the.,Circuit Fair was' 'sold by the Georgia World's ph memento. genuine Egyptian mu mles In the An- Inc Thursday .to the' New,lIartford :
NOT CONFIRMED. Court, today: Fair. Commission, U rough David P. renin and eases for thropologyj buDding kt the World's 110uae' New Hartford. leaving on Saturday .
.Peten&ljirg.; September ,10.-:The the Tnut Company. eyed as Indu e'enia b1 ;
"* Ine. .Quit-claim deed Lucy H..Culbertaon, Leahy, of Lincoln', ., o Fair are ..mong'the most popular exhibits for an, automobile rip tbroughl r "
general staff; a4 not yet yet lived .. I'S. and J. A. Stedlin. local real mmrrdal eXhl ltors"" and ;
I' I guardian to S. E. Beach for U50.thlrty.acresln'eectl to W. I In 'the building Judging'br'the the kshires with Torrington friends.Mr. .
confirming be I[ ,report ,of retrograde wh are b d there i. a bpOk with a :;
estate operators ( negotiating
n 16, township 53 of persons who' constantly I d .frs Brown and family are,
movements! tijonV'! Mukden: though' ft Is south, range 41 east.. for tbe site of the b (illdlng for courthouse t dant.pstandingJ, near ': throng the! tower room] of the Egyptian espec home In i.CQUple+of .eeks. <1
itte that wheth a GeneralKuropetklD 'In'I1Unoll.countr to the .
tran.lt11.d Warranty deed Reuben, 8. Tasker to purposes section, where the mummies are, kept ,
1 i tends Hmalnli ig at Muk- The purchase price was about $2,500. auras Hatch, The older of the two is that of the Cap aln and Mrs. Henn" R. Ion ,
t i Allen T. Taker for $1.00<<1 two and one- .. ,
the and baggage
den or not that transpoof Bros h the assuranceof Ufornla'exhlblt In the Fqpe : :
The Stedlin tve of nobleman and 'apnoq the of tbe
t half tae, In section 5. township 46 daughter an Egypt n ce 'engagement
': and a 1-i the tro PI'will be I the' builders-'of.ton,building which t.a d Game; building I. one bf to :1
i south grange 43, east. : dates from the Late New Empire, dang er; Catherine Mills, nr. Fred.4artek
sent north. I I I i I Deed, Florida Coast[Line Canal and is" ,full two! 1 stories h gh, and occupies '.a the: compeuto in this ahout')0 IB. ,C The mummy Is preserved arkel'"Gay. or Boaton Dr. Cayj
The report that f Knropatk| in himself Transportation: Co. to Lydia C.,Dunne ground space of 65 bir 90 feet that it b already lilled three large In Its original casket which Is Is. raltuate lot Hartford Univenitr .
has gottento f He Pass 1s po*iltlvely) de- be moved ten ml es In Its entirety w th names.H estimates :
: for 150.00 ten acres In section 21, can covered with inscript ons. The linen and of 'John Hopk ns 'm lcal .
nled. The, Q i oralsed statement regardTang, township 53 'south range 41 easti. : without. damage.:..... I the lint \hr months of In which. body wai i "wrapped at the and *nce his graduaUoo.l has beer '

Ing the Rued an loss at Lla has. : Warranty deed W. H. Lowe and wife. .. :' A n .e Ion 35.000'pel'$>nl. visited time of i fIe embalm g has.,bePn | removed tray tnc and pursuing ,studies I iqGermany. .1
not yet been given out 'I' | R issla' is a strong mla 'exhlblt d
con- The Eiflpreae'of f the face of'the thin hi
frtm, mummy
.M. _. i to S. B. Bliss for $100.00 and other c, retuning country
N MAR consideration; part of section 19, township believer in female .ffrage'women'sclubs n mee d. and vislto may study the actual features May ast.-Ne. Hartford I (ColI.) Tri- '
i the higher edn:ation of women, So popular h become the .
New Tori Sept 10.-Fnifmber yea, Closed 53 south range 42 east of a fellow humn who died more buns The brldetoIs the charming. ::1
her right to cute and all pro- o th some of the
I steady Sept 1038; OctpbeiICET. 1007; Bill of sale George A. Worley to and any registering thatf 2700 years ago and popular young sister of In.. Wm.
: Oftj'' December 1011{j Jan- First National Bank of Augustine fessions. |She holds hat almost all of f' fly In their exdtorM.lOD'i fbe other 'mummy, which Is completely Btwn; of Tltwml1e, IUd Ia welt
February.. 101 ; 'March.; for $10.00 certain numerous volumes the'world's great re brms have been yes with rub stamps, the covered with layers ot. linen knowifo many rftidenta! not only of

Oftmber'J 021; May, 102fbull. Spot cot-, of law books, other books, office fittings brought about by woi en, and they: are o which are ca..ng-' on a wrapping., yellow with age; Is that ofa this wn.but; of Palm Beach and MIamt. 1

,4- ". .Mlddllijgulf. g upland, ''and furniture in rooms one, two, ,and Just becoming console us of their po..erand b sinew at the. orld's Fall' nobleman of the Creek period about Weitender; ,. In advance, hearty

[ 1115. I ten m eel building Miami. possibilities., l 200 B. CJ Both'm with the congratulations to Miss Jones I _
v,",1090; middy. I I ,- After a: girl ta 'engag d original coffins, are. enclosed In glass ,
... After all| jrou suppose the, Cur I*, ; We'would rather see a man riding Man to. the only iimal( that uses ahandkerchfeflWom I e a man ..ho]u just cases. The mummies 'Tare under charge, just like a woman towlsh_ she

awl provdet: bffthatboy th you.were a hobby than forever submitting to the i 's handkerchiefs e pled to bea I. to lick of, Arthur!! B."Coover'represenuuve/ of bad cfurJ hair when she _D't enough

of yew just pn o tjo views of other men. I are merely for show .s,. elaat (the Egyp Jan .government of th kind 111. ba.. '

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DIRICTOBTaCTRXXK Cheatham.. J. H..., patten'ou. 8.;:I* s Company; Its irlndpal place of h atneaa 3IINGS i .TO. KNOW; .. 1'r

11 Conrad J. A. Parrlsh. Allan R.: shall be Miami, Dade CJu ty, Russia IS lucky in one thing, at"least 'r In
) I COpXT /:a.I Crosland.' OJ!' < Rhode, R. W. Florida,, 'and Its principal bust sea her grain pop this year Is larger this Bargains } Grapefruit Groves$

!.:..."iar1M t r'JIor,,A.la'CaleZ J&" te,I"*"Tt. *...." Clark P. C. ROM. C. J. office shall be ocatod In said dty. tm t year than It has been for many seasons 1 ,

M. H.YsWY Ju.loflhe.- Drake Gaston' Re111y.! J. B. the said corporation shall have e her whea and other grains In the eastern -
uomrbblcatjob.10 Mate offldaiieJJ tho | Eight Grapefruit Grpves, three to five jean'old in fine7 condition for{ sale
Ikmraae Court JndjreS ..houWp.addI ...... Douglas, E. B.. Rush ;jDr, W. B. power to trani act business la' anj part' f. her 'European"possessions" at Jircb Creek ,tation. /These groves ..re located on avenues lined with'
TaualiM r1&. Dora, J. K. Rumps,' Edw.Erwln the several the State! of alone wll aggregate nearlya:' millionbushela. t
ccfntlta' Also
I I twenty ac re* now being set not These are budded to the choices,
I// .b. 8 NATORB..ow > ,W. Vf. Rauleretm,.C.' H., Florida, ", and to,that end 'eatabnsh, variety of Irul Titles perfect. Will take pleasure in sbowinftthis property',

Enloe. Dr. 0. Rumph.. Geo. sjen _
& i*.TallUMiTO.JaeUoHvlUu maintain and operate offices and to prospective rarcbasers.

..(Stephen' K, MaUoiy.j l'elluecKa.I .. Frissell. ,Q. C.;; Safford. L..B.' dies at any pot lit In said State wbe e it :The sal non fisheries of" the. North I : It I. a well; known fact that grapefruit i I -
'I"I trees are more prolific and
I 111 1 ,. I n.8..CUXGRESSMEr.ruMDMriet FlaDI D. JJ R. 8. Sewell, E/.O. may j desire to conduct. Its said b islon. ern Pad e, around about Yancunpartkula bearers than any other variety of the citrus, samily, and realize. least reUble double

( the Kut;Ooutr Frederick S. Saxelby. J. Q. nesl.t y are a failure this season., i.
;; embra.Akd j. the price of or nges.. A -, -oldrgrapefruii! lI'O"elf I cared
111 Bob&. W. *.' Frans. J. B. 'fiulzner. F. properly for
ttrlot-Uon. tt. )L: aKAJLKOAU i ARTICLE IL The catc will aggregate less than halfar's I should all needed wbile'ot '
6e.opd I01 Gerlack' A. 1 expenses, elgRt years of age it should l' be pay
s. I Glrtman. James PI( SmlthJ! Julius The general nature of the bus ear of last y which, too, was under ing 8 per centtr more' on a valuation of 1 $ .OOO per acre.From one, grapefruit'

CO. ;ina8IOHKRB.ert. Gomph G..u. R. stoneman!) F.. -B.. be transacted, by said ,corpora the norm L i J tree General, Hazen ,sold $120 worth of the fruit. > -

.1 I. Vbalran.R. gnUer A. E.Gautier ahalt be establishing and operatlnj of ,

.Ie I..Li..Morgan.Burr. UtII 11.elJeY Juper.TU KIY. Graham..T.a N. Shaniihan.SewelLJohnGarthslde. M. one or more canning factories Instate the There re standing orders for ,over .JOHN: .:a:.. .,' WEL i: 3.:

a.& DUDD, KIOIIICler of''Florida. This I corpora onto 100,000 i 8 wants'! in the city of New "

Boa _q_ ra aa4 0 oe.. of LbtCB0ar4 a C H.I Seymour.I R. H. shall have'the bower to purchase, i wn York. T e authorities of Ellis bland .t'P'O.. BOX 8. mlaml Fl&. .
I Gramling, J. C;
Sawtelto. J. P.. .
I hire, rent, or bulld kIng are besieged. by people who wish to .
) 1 r tJJB.OOMloksBK [88IONEE. Gallatt;; F. F shaw.jH. B.Gautier. lease ware, pi domestic --
store houses, boats, nets !flt procure I migrants for servants -
R. B. .Taylor. R. R. ng ....;. ,
lDy, MlamI1 arrival. '.
in three hours after 1
tackle .
and aI ower'paraphern II
I jlsEXATORUl DlffBIcr.Counties..' Grtfflng. A. -MJ\ Turn-Fe, J., L : &
.I I Glrtman. W. needed In .Its }business.. It 1 may. ,
H. B. R
Tatum WIN I
Dad .) OW and
bnctu Bwardpid the people offTCU -
:' h Twentj years ago
the to
Hayes J. H. Tatam. J., H. ve pose buy cell hold ae, DOORFRAMES
J Beach Minnesota boasted that
1m consln.add
l" k.
r ytml Hill. L. E. I rentand least real estate whe er '

?>4DB COUSTT X ETRESEXTATIVI.eralaiw.klni.riordi fluster G.. .' WatKJn. C. H. urt for the_main corporation or < th- I they had timber enough to supply the I .
f country or a hundred Owingto I 'I _
flu William Whorton. F. H. ejrwlse.jThls '
/ cutting '
ruthltss and extravagant I I
i i LADE: i T OFFICERS. Hethertngton.M F. ; B. L. corporal on shall. have the wer l
.1/I i COCXI White We
1 the fores fires those same people are r are making hundreds of Frames every month for the leading so.-
.' Beflt'r,JoIlamto' Heyser. A. E. Wall |T. A. to contract I nd be contracted _w ,
a trJudae-AUes timber from Oregon ractors, and should lor
buying today we make them
We do'it
sanderSMlaml. tJelr you. and
e.'mt7Attoney-J. Hall W. W. Wba l r, H. T. fAr the pnrchas > and sale of all ma rill better.
Clrxk of ClrenU Coorl and Recorder B* o> North Carolina and California. The latest if
pur iprorement I
use Finish
-LC- *L ant Urove.MI Hahn. F. W. 'Worley, G. A. I required In Its buslneu, lnclndn| Ball Bearing Steel
8 t1 'o' honllrohae? mL ,1 Hughes W.. D. Wilson I J. L horses mules wagons agrlcnli forests: ot| the far West are. being devastated Sub'PuUeys and yon should I Insist on getting these In your framer Who ;;

xi.Daae CdlleetootlT.aeaHardee.,.- .MlamUI. Coeoa-. Horner, J. W. Woodworth J. F.. Implements, et-, including the'rI ht on the i lop the of same these manner depredations; and now of have an f building to do write. o the I t 'u.Li

i.otoiTazP.U.Smith.' Jones, M. E. power torall '
Wilson R. S. pledge
Neaearer-J. H. Ranleraoaj! MlamLof end mortgage any man: forest fires this season that EAST COAST LUMBER.Eau ''
: Public ID.traaMrMl4Buebalt.ta. Kolb, A:.J. Xlmanles IOU CO.
.. .c.IIDtIIIU""r1ateDd.at....z.T ,. C. L. of Jts PrO rty ,whether real orpersonal records. Millions upon mil-
Comml..JoDel'l-Geo. W. to Indebtedni Gal ie. Florida
'B0&r4 ty semre Its. magnificent lumber .
lions cole of / .
road West Palm Beach; F.C. -
.LhkaA",a..r 1&1 r; L K. MeDoiulil. Fnlford: PUTS AN END TO IT ALL; and to transact any and all bnslni have been destroyed. The .' :

.JoIIDaeweU taml; A. Bkter7Coe< nulAn grievous vail oftlmes In the conduct Its affairs the
\dA comes u a e that
Clerk and """" t; L R '
1CI result of..unbearable pain from overtaxed as a natural, pe;n might, do, and m y navlgatiIn upon rI\' i1' hundreds of
Urr aT 0'; SKVBSTH' JUDICIAL organs. Dizziness, Backache catch and take any and all kindsfish f miles dl taut is seriously impeded. ][ '

Tj I :' .j f iciiJWT.j f Uver ,complaint and Constipation. But clams, lobsters, oysters eracrawfish ,1ROb ins & ciee
I '
I OtiBbne at Dade d.ta.rewmtie..JCheOtJod1Yttnwe. ) I
Jo-.Tttnsvtll. thanks to Dr. Elng1'New Life Pills, turtle etc., from the vats Statistics are queer things at best,

rreeeeunn8: :&& 0.rn.1ai...... 1aD4oO4rk they put an end to It alL They are of Florida, where and when not In and wonderfully easily: Juggled to the
Flu Tst41 OS Coprt-L h ye_o.Flu,', gentle but thorough.' Try,them. Only elation with the l I laws of the Stat.R'lorida I interest! and ,advantages of, politicians H rD: SS' a n.c1 C7arria.e .
)lober *
Yaeda/Dl.Term r. 1s "OGrel a l\! &, after Foamy 25& Guaranteed by all..druggists. :1. Likewise shall It have and the crafty ones of the.earth.. A '

.. prtLI Power. to produce! fruit and regetablI"he .I writer lome time ago 'compared the I nepOsltQ ..j

.I i; ii 4p,z cb cquii.\ :The' Indianapolis nUneluya: said.corpo lion shall also ha e cost of 'government in the United Quali y is remembered)'
-y' __AB.b Kterwr.umL.audwm. "The Democratic ,,'party!r never got, i' all the power In Brent In corporatlo States and In New Zealand, much to long prjce' is

/ ""lit..>j Ur lnilagement than the condemnation -' for profit under {the laws of the Sta the disadvantage of the tatter country forgotten."
7Sp Trtn& KOIIda V API'lL of Thomas-fi.Watson Popu-
( that was cited as costing each Inhabitant I
/ ..m..rTrm-Ftr.Ma.dpta JalJ.faU at Florida, and also be under aJJ ; .
? OeIober.J Hut,. candidate for In his:
la President
rw.-ruw 1I0IMIaJ
bUlUea and restrictions Imposed uBald $33.33, while the per capita cost in
*.uutD omcs.QAraravn L'Clla1l1l '\. speech at Atlanta For' Quality Makes the
J p. Thursday night. corporation for profit by the laof the United States is .but 797. As a Bargain
.. __I""* what the eOple'8llpedall7
,Eobtb.oe,Relater. |f want to the | matter !f fact, the figure given for New I
.. know Is whether the party has thrown. State.ARTICLE US T w% Oftb. Street: ,
'LId i, .tHUEHXlRWTOa7.AfZR.dDtaer: : U!.' Zealand comprehends. all the coat of "- .I -, amyl.1i.

AlIed ad fth .tm -. off the Popullstlc.Influence. Watson's f:The amount .of, the capital govern ent.'while that of, the United ," 1 I' 0'w I
t o'clock. bitterness
ebaaalh.u udaot 1Iapt1YOWII against It proves conclusjvely shell be twenty-five thousand dodivided States I s but .the cost of federal government -
F.opY a 11a11oa y.s.: 'nyermeeUal.Yet I that he and hoe friends realize that 'and which' \ '
to must be added ,
Into 250 of
.s..sa'aICb'' .. ':IO..i AD eordWlyla alarm the par val
they can 110'onger use it-that they
-j. JITOII'P. ; ne of one hundred ,dollars each, and the cos of state and municipal;man-
r..Itr.:: { .. have wholly lost their power over ,It .: r I
.n'oDI.'an-r Corner AvM shall have the toIncrease thempltnl agemen :., In the District of Columbia .
C and Stt__-fraJefi eettq Wed_ So the great question Is answered. Mr.Wateon's power CIOLEY HORNER
>oa at Ma.m ; _stock to fit ty thousand!' dollars.. as an e [ample! the cost of governments I & '
IpWGrtltl"IIOp -eriUclein really Is that the
$30. r capita and the estimates for
Of stock may i .
Futrwk The eert11Icate. be PtIII
m 1Dgatt:III 00P0.J ; I :
; Democratic has not''tobe ]
ter' Ataae J'u&or.M. party ceased, 'for In cash, or-In property, labor, next year 'a'IIe'tbat, cost to $40, mak- :The Real EstattI and Rental' Agents
LK-'CHOBCB.' C anJPrewblM Democratic, but to be Popnllstic. v' .
Co- 11$11 : ing .thi District, in that respect.,the .
'e'e\oek services, the vahi'i of which shall I > I
._ T D. m.: 8aad y .
rIGIIfIoI-jt,u ....; fMacbltc at T.-OB p., m.Xt cent, estimated and alia red by the board 0 higher. priced place on earth.' ", 12th {Street.' ::::;:;':' Opposite First .National. Banlc.:,

orUi IMKM. *:lq/ P. m lt Junior Kpwortk Twenty" per of those who seethe directors at.their Irst meeting by nee M : .. .. '* |, \, |
< ....... Prarer meetlnrt Wcdactdar ad will read it.thoroughly. The miler I . -
.IBtt&a'ekM;!! AU.rowetcome. In 01 e, square of London City "r
c+ \ ; I olutlons regular tered In their minutes
f eI 'J 1 1..4-11.-- : rest will skim the headlines and look f here ere forty-seven churches with a r l +i I I

t ,.ftEyrdapacw. ri E-, Avenue B andoth at the Illustrations.. It'. Jgood' policyto
ettaPt-II.Of'IIiDI PraJl.. 11 'elork; duodayr' i ... ARTILE IV. seating capacity for 20,000ipeople.rrTheforty ;
;! fBool W a.1D.; Evening Prayer trop Wedne. arrange matter sor that both classes I corpontop ven,ministers dram: $217,000 a ; I I :
XoJh.rl .This ) shall : <
armaaadayInm hate Jl8rpe
n..nhll:10 Holy fnn
f..J: .dry "nth.; FItt aDd third rib a,cal will abtlorb- complete story; Put' the ual existence '' year,'a id. the cost of maintaining thechunk '
: : and succession by II imiiimniminmnimfnmmmmmmmimnnimnininiKI
: In !
.)is LJUle tlTer and lidcoid ml]! Fourth at Coco biggest farts tlIe'utch line and '
v tIqa.t S J9 B.m.| .H. B, Fcu.ru. K-ctor. & dissolved In th II $313,000; there' are fewer* : :
details In:
give small type.Prlnter'sInk.
: than venty-five
)I..TTD14.. 1* 1It* rod Aenn A- : prescribe law s people attendng .each :
.mann. by .'
t ,
.w Pf.uobtoaevcryaundaym) rniuf at 11 ,clock, .,' service in eachchurch; there Ire, 14- TT C>
.. ;
\ a ry8undnen D&a 1:1\ Every sort of advertising medium ARTICLE .v:.'I E' i N"eall '
s' Dr '.FAIU1I.rut r.. 000 bf lefices of the Church of England !i'

f jr auTIAatcieaoc I t Biwtf at Mrm.aTp. even the weakest. I,' probably.'good: Thee business conducted f'the eorporatta ,fr i that! number of 'pastors and i ;J/ *" HAS' LEASED 'THE I IE ==
shall be by a president ,
.'. .Curry1*. al ( OT)>T. 4ye. and Bay Wreeti for somebody. But only a'certainn,feware ge cburet es 7,000 of them jay $750 .. -
; a
f < ; *.-eTenr8ii! < ) good 1Jot' each advertiser-the chief era) manager, secretary: treasurer an
1e&1'-10500: of them and 300 Aragon Hotel kson\"ille.'FID.
a. $500,
UIAU7 TRADE: I pay 4y ll
-"AF rri by a board of directors, and In
t'. ) of which are the dally papers. I three pay lass than $250. Some pay; :' ,
"' j i A Chalrton merchant who decidthat other officers an 1 agents. may We veryhandsc ii'open!' : 3 i
Praaldent.lr M-l Brown. me sU'pends for exceedingly lit- It on the American pian. Rates $=. i0/! por day and
he needed room sew ; hereafter electe or appointed. Tae C: rd.J) .,.The hotel
fz t VJce-PrwliJ nt.vf. V. )Moor tor goods In tlei.: IL One of these ministers gets Dpw has been thoroughly renovated and put ,3
Qloe dent.j J. E. Lurnrana.Secretary. his store began advertising Tuesday.fr officers shall be < ilected at the regular 6,000' of ::: .in first: class condition second to none in the city.! :New ele =:
a out he
year which a
i E. VTreasurer. He has hardly been able to move annual meetings of the.stockholde pays == vator and new plumbing pas been Installed :Xew and large ::::
I curate $900 to do his work and he has sample room Lave been
added. >
B. B. BlacEiTw. account to .be held I In Miami, 5 j I >
around ,In It since on of. the DadecoenFlorida not'n rchfor 3 s
Board lot Ooei )i. Hrbwn. near his ch over
crowds.-Kansas City'' Stir. on the Irst Monday, Inn 3u e
tV.. Moors J. K Lummu. A. E. Ray- went] years. 711UIULUUIIUUIULLILJLUl11LUllhUUl1UllUiIUIUIUIL1UUJ4'Ae
t *4 R iuy. r. W. Hahn. W. W. : to' ath'and) eve; year.. It Is also pivlded ( {

Jobn Bewe I '' ,Some cburcbeS'' have 'spe'dmuch .sJt ) that one lerson shall hold a y. The 9 have been 77,617 suciiles In / I "

I SANDING COMMITTEES. tIme taking care,, of the, inters;I two offices. The names'of the'offli the U ited States during the last thirteen 'I.4.

j AVS-Anno. R i iPattenon. 8. L.; on their debts that they; have too Jlttla !and drectbrs wlio shall 'manage t e } ears; 41 physicians'l shuffled off, --' ---' --- -

nd fnj Jamei. r.; Etertnour. H. H.; the : I > during the year-a'greater I '..
time for ;Lonslderatlon of the eonfeInterest. business and a airs of the said past nnm- I : --L'

-r prkr.l0. A. : her tl an in any other' one p.qfesslon.I I fl...... '
t RtL GES-Batle B.' M.: Dacku F poratlon'run I-' heir successors shall \ ;
.; Hahn.; F. W.J ROM.. C. J.: Frederic him-ire 1- be elected by th stockholders at tbJlr Prior :o '94 pistols were in vogue; today McREE '

t. .8.l.1TR : :We 'don't; like ,1 .mean th 3rst. annual meeting are as follow:! p Ison Is the fashion? particularlyc i BROW'.

:- AND SANITART-Jackxm. man meets us' areitak c acid. '
who just u"w". President;J. L Tatum."lc''I'teshien .
Pros, W. W. Bnloo. UI18 -
> pte FUnacan.Jr.J; { King. H. M. *? !EE our first outing 'tter a !pelL e It and .general mad r Ne Thk"-th t'IJ,-Manhattan and .KIXDEK LOU, (3A.:

'" 't etri ERS AND. ARB'RS-Oaraadd9; sickness an4 'proceeds tell us//b.w E. T. Clystt. iron i consumes 270.000,000( gallons ofCrotn .

aa. R.4' Rump Edward C: 1'mtura. much sicker. be was.RHEUMA, [ Secretaryand treasurer, S. M. Tatf. mICLEVL water a day and it needs and i 4)lake '
,r'. B ; Sbanahan 1 r, I I l
c _.1UIOADB AND FRriGnTS- TI 11. ; Iii AR ..... '' is planning 'to get MO.Oob.OOO; gallons :

adjj E'' I*: lx Her. C. D( Lutnmua.V. Thelbigbest\ amount ,of, Indebtednf, sato more P' \ I

n, Erwin WmJ > .. McDonald J. A: When pans: ..;: Irrltntion l exist oi// which the "corporation' may at y > I'I'K nder Lou Crates j

-HAR t IE8-H ntft-m, E. T.; Cb atE. '. appication rime'subject itself, ,shall be twe ty It r wts :30: cents a gaao't produce ... : .

m. HXimXnlea.: Doug aa. B.; daut.er._ T.. Any 7Jt of the, body, the ", thousand dollarjr. Calif "nla wines: the {French make r 1 .J'. -
..:' C. of Ballud'. .Snow, nlment glvs' vARTICLE Chase I I
VIL he F me quality of : In ; Harney. liami'rates
$ Algiersfor
., K. V. goods ,
ORIcGLTrRBlacknwn. ; prompt 'rellef.. E. W. Bulllnn, Prop ,.. : : !
kfcr ;.irJ a; Tat m. J. H : 'arir.nf. A. wrltlljJ' The. names and residences the i: cents:, All ofCalifornlaproduresooo.OOO ,
Sull'Yar House, E1 Rel o, 0.:T, I ; 'l
M ; Dorn, I. K. nbsrrlbers to the capital stock mlthe but 2.: gallops of wine per year; ell :Kinder Lou ail over Dade
.< ''UELIC BUILT INGS-Homer, JEteillr. W--; June 8, 190: "1 take Icasure. in recjommending } : number' of "sharesvsubscribed j by tordf tux alone produces :I\early.a billion CouniyI !

dpj H. c.: J., B.; Bewcn.bnJ Ballard's 0.. Llnlmen i lions f .". '. -
T afflicted with i it1Im each are as follows: v, j : .-
? ; to: cu'who are ,.rlieumail -
IWorld's I-1
Gee C. J. H. TatunJ Miami Florida, 'So .
A. ACTrnFrt. eU. ; h Africa loses (
) It Sa Qe only lremedy I hue: this! year' nearly :
1. A.- Rhodes, R I iaref. I ,-- --- -. -.. .
t tf | T.|'v : Cmni ; found that glYN"Im edl&t I_ \ one-b ilf the value o( her normal exports :: ----= .-. '- ,

jEDUCATKFNAtBurdln j RcUIr J. B. *. 'VM-; 25e ?5011:, ,1.00., Sold 'oy' nod '.shares.S.E. t-. ayatt 'Miami. .Florida' of wool owing to'.the',depreda- [ :

II |W.; Oai tier Rcdmund B. Pbarmaty. reIlel.I: | \ tins r jackals, not the English speciesbut
X A. U: axelbr. J. O.; Smith, M.i, Tatuni;r' [Iam{.Florida' -, 3. t e four-footed ones. FaIrIRates

h', i Kolb. A.IMMIQRATIONiBlackman.' ; ,NoriC ; hares J : .: \. Inn :IVinnepeg there were K. V. I In witness whereof the parties! .
t'\ IS I today there I
: ; are nearly'70,000..
: ore$ F| 8, TaU m. J, H.. Dorn.'J. K, Votloe Is hereby given that the; nor I to ba-ve set' .thetr'hande and seals Ui ? Timer were buildings erected there : "
S. VT.KTERTAINMErTT..Rbode. 1st. 190*. l last
i September
"rnw terslgaed will, oo a I
.. R. W.; I the 12th day.of' 'JulY X D. 1901 ear Lo the value of $5,000.000; dur- ,
William S
I' I ids. H. C.: Oanb l of the State
Jennings, Governor .
B Bewdl. Jobs 1 E. 'T. CLYA T,
Of budding was done. Incident- ,
.,,' JlDTERTIBINO m, B. B.: Btrniflaa.jjF. *- Florida! tor letters patent on the pro* s.111 L :TATU: ally,' Manitoba's wheat, from which T e L. N R. R.
B : Bytoton. B. T.: Blackman posed charter of the Miami Fish and ;cite of Florl a. :
Hvttnrlnst+o, M. T.members., an"' ..' Wlnn ;peg derives a certain slgnorage.will .
{ Company hereto I
T1jThe Fruit Canning ,
+ .
I v5r
County of Dade.Personally ley d 53,000,000 ', 1 .
numbering bushels this!
fan hat' .
., ,
nexed. J. H. TATCM.E.T. 1 ; I
t ilsety tn all an as follows: (appeared before Jie, a Fir y-fiVe per cent of I{the divorcedworn '
1 /Una, W. B Jackson, J, M, Jr. t, | notary public for the State of Fl rids, < n :in this country earn their .own: Excursion ,Ticii'ts'ttow'on'; sale daily

W. K.J.bersethy. -. Kolb. A. J. s. st TATOM. at large, L'H Tatum, E. T. CljaA and IIvln, 32: percent widows and : -I
from Jacksonville
J. C King h. ITIiTiramns. CHARTER. 3. M. TatumJ to me well know ,and :11 pqu cent; of, the singe women- dose to>; St.

jfshfcy R.Atk .. J. E. We the undersigned.I ., H Tatun.E. .. known by me to be the person* described like while 'but 6.Ie. cent of the : Louis and return. I '
.. and S. M.. Tatum, all citizens ;:
T. Clyatt .
In and executed the foregoing (
rsot. H. F. LaSalle. A. L.Leffler : arr ed women have anything!;,to dowith '

ro 'Wrl MLr. C. D.McDonald. and' residents of,1.11kml; Dadecouut'i. articles of Incorporation he fhe financial l end' of the 1Ivellhqodmaklpg. ${0. ; : : : .J! .. :Return Limit.December
Florida, do hereby a 115th.
J. A.Maynard. sOctat8j Miami Fish and'Fruit Canning Heaven knows
aBurfllnei ourselves together the pu eaih :, most 33-: 0 .I|. .. '. .'. ", ..... Reiurn Limit
W. M. W. \- fort pany, and severally acknow ged of th others have enough rustling to ) 6oj day
forming a corporation: for profit and to and ttit executed the for o':' 27. 6 Limit
Bylngton. E. TBrady.B. Merritt. Z. T. uey |e d The figures would Indicate. however. -| .Return I 15 days,

L.PalkT Muller, G.Meyers. beconUng Incorporated under the laws the purposes therein expressed. that 94 per cent of\the married, I'

B. M. 1 H. of the State of Florida.. ,4 }: In testmonjr whereof, I have, reunifflclal- 'Urn am: the family bread TheFor L. .&.;N.. is t ie ''best line. .to St. Louis '

Budge, H. C. Morse, Fred 8. The following articles I bf incorporation to.set my hand and affixed my Th re are few, fences In! Japan, .

.' ttrossler. O. D. Moore T. V. have .been adopted by the undersigned seal at Ml'aial, Florida, this th 12th grou d is. too valuable; they\ plant j -f '

t B.. and e constitute the proposed j,lay of July A.J>.,1904. mull rry trees as division tlnss::\there rate. !s, schedules l and sleeping jcdr 'resentionsX'

] charter of the Intended incorporation:>> !! (Seal) ROBT. R. TA OR.a are 1 90,000 of these productive fences : T ,- apnfvto ,I >\ .

3Jackman, E.'Vr. Nelson. Edwin ARTICLE ,L, .j _, f: Xotarjr Pub ic:State of Florl at beat!< s 570.000: acres of mulberry ;. :1 .. <;.. J ,

. W. B. PeclrRJ.Front. f The tame of this Incorporation shall;, large farmland. The Japs use every Inch ofjt J.M.Fta.Pus. FLEMiNG I
t, a TIT, W. be Miami Fish and! Fruit canning i fly commbslit? expires Dec 1 1904. I L STONE
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NOTICE OF ELECTION. of the State at the gmeral electors &
QU ANSWERED an acre whldi i* the cost of aDeddYR
kiheresa; 1904 for raUfleation or rejection Sp0NS
the LecUlatnrt I at' 1903 nnler ,- f' further northJ There are ten to tweiw

the Coniutntlon' of 1285, of the (That Section: 10 of Article: of the thousand plant to the acre and UM =
scions State of Florida.. did pus n'mi jointresoluuous Constitution. of the State of Florida 1* fruit! bring In the neighborhood j,
hereby amended so u to read all follow from\
proposing .amendments to GOt{ a dozen for Red SpasW.

i the .ConUttiou of the State of Florida *: : I Informs ion of nterest to the Prospective Settler Ish to t$ cent apiece' for Porto RtMtV ,
Section 10. The credit ot the Stateshall The percentage of plant* fruiting'.. ;iJ
and the same were. agreed to by arote 1 I I ;"j
K: not tiepledged I -tr loaned, t> any (|onceriutig Miami and the Southern' panda upon the care and Judgment a V

Pwttersoa raisa of three-fourths of all the mem individual company, corporrtion >r as cruise la their culture, some grower '

brs elected to each houaef: that the ; nor shall.the State become Portion of Dade;County. having. ncceeded.' In secnring fRIt { !

ATTORNEYS 4T .A. ,rote on said Joint resolution were en- tauon owner or stockholder: 1 any s from M per cent of the plant la that \

wnlpracntasaall eurtm.t But*aadr tered upon their respective Journals, association or corporation '"" I pineries. | \

>p di3 ItcClUeilor* lntatandp.rf with' yeas,and nays thereon and,they e legislature shall not author1 a'any I So many inquiries life directed toby able'as', In any IeeiUon of the. ccnnthr.and Ladema.s be purchased from Si ot \ ':'

UK O.BOXWT.Ttttes.r i lama. Eli did determine and direct that the said ,unty,-cit#'. borough, township < r, in- the Metropo prospective settlers far more so than in mos 110 an acre tPo depending oa proziB ,\' ;

Joint resolutions be submitted to, the cjirporatedt district to become a itock- (lor bomeaee in concerning conditions i THE!: CITY'S FUTUR1!. Ity to' roads and' chipping point Good' ,

'1'. electors of the State at. the general hielder in any' company, assodat on or existing'in I* part bfj the country I Miami possesses all modem convenience lands on rock road within I mlies. ot :>s

8KAGae.t t II Di1 election'. In November 1904. corporation or to1 obtain or apprc prlate (and the bu en of.correspondence en- of civilization, U electric lights, Miami maybe had for $50 an acre, aa4 '

timed 3e.iicaee wl :> d eater thou! ana&. "' ,. Now therefore, I, H. day Crawford, coney for!or to('loan Its credit I o any tailed there has became so heavy water works, sewerage, telephone .,.- somewhat less than that sum. fa? land ,h

corolr A II Secretary of State of the State of Florida prnoration.;! aasocla'tlon'; Institut on or that,we hay attempted! the followIng I teen. free mall delivery three newspapers not Immediately, on a road. The' same

MIAMI '.FLORIDA., do hereby give notice that a I idlvtdual, { except: that the,"legltlatureay article- summariw such infor- ; two national; banks, one State quality, of land. farther away 'frms. "-

\ GENERAL ELECTION authorize" municipal corporations maUon as 'most Imp rtant" and toicstlons bank etc. It has"'mile* of beautiful transportation facilities f can of coarse ..1

L 1. JL JACKS l' JB 11'11'be\ held In each county In Florida > relieve. .from municipal taxation for answer the niost frequently streets of native white lto e. It Is be purchased less. The land 1* uae' ;v

OF' f on Tuesday next succeeding' the first arch period.of years as. to the municipal askedJ It I hoped by, til* mean thata practically the terminus of, the Florida promising, appearance to those'asdustomed :.

1 Monday In November A.: D. 1904 the authorities pay seem proper any sample of the paper of which East Coast Railway, for tbou (h an extension : U the deep, rich ,solo .of 1

.-.HOTEL- BISCAY B 'I E.AvK. D said Tuesday being theJ J(II j manufacturing enterprise that may+ lo- hundreds sent' outJ .In.. In most of the road has rece itly been,. other, Stated, being rocky and 'aanc 7. 11

MIAML LOBIDA. I EIGHTH' OF NOVEMBER. sate'. thln the[said municipality but cases.sery the pnrpos r Intended bet- built, penetrating the farming lands yet results !can be obtained, v from u .<,

for the'nULcaUon, or r rejection of the ijo such exemption: shall be for! a lon- ter thanformation a ersonal lettr.; Specific in- forty-five; miles south, thli'merely tar In excels' of the returns realize ':!
DR' w. BUSH! said Joint resolutions proposing amendments l. ] I from the more fertile section'of
than'theConstltutlorfof be obtal ned
t j Ii gtf period year, : a1 by writing feeder to the commerce of this city. UM ;

01Dce 22s 1tb e reet +'FI one 81. to1 the'Constitution"of the! Stateof :; I ARTICLE 'xxv. to any of real estate or,other firm Here are located the steams dip !locks country. F ".(User must be used' bat ;1

RNldeaace, ::!OS tit.! 1 Florida, ylz:' That T the fol|owing 'amend (I ent 1 to whose ,, adv rtlaementl ipear in this of |the P...& O. Steamshl Company, the returns Iivolved more than Justify the,expenditure : :
il ARTICLE XXI. paper; andjthe best w to become.fa- whose l '.
IIMAMIF.A.II. oridabe 11nell are,operated to Key,Westto -
the !State.of '
That; the following amendment to militr! wl local conditions, progress Havana, and to Nassau Immense People olj; energy and Industry art
and Is,hereb agreedfifteen I to and hall be
the Constitution of the State of Florida industrieswhile and current happenings, wharves, etc.. are being pnjected heartily"welcomed, and the coantryf 1 i
w. BACKUS, I : submitted .to the. of tie state to
.-rTXSCTC. be, and the same Is, Hercoy agreedto at !the general t electors ''No ember. 'con* mpl.Unlfl/mOYlng/ to 'this keep, pace with the vastly) Increased i practically Just be

Specifications Details: ade and shall be submitted' the electors i section Is rough re ding the Daily maritime business that must follow on gun there room for all to,reap the ':
a [04. for ratification or rejecU n. which
Planet for Building 4 A:1: Kinds Floe of the State at. the general election secuo, 6 of jj Article XVI,' Shall be or the W kly Metropj III,:the formerofwhlch thej deepening of the harbo work on suit benefits of must ensue' as .the re ,

Residences! Specialty.Orric In November1904, for ratification Ill, be Dent to any address which Is now actually progr issingJ! An suet development Capital find
amended read follows (
so aao as : here
j.-lp.JA.TEsucI). or rejection. Section 6.,The Legislature shall .t'the. ,irai of 15.00 'i year $L2$ for appropriation of $300,000 hai been secured most ; irofitable Investment |while I y
proride Is
Section 6 of article 8, of the Constitution three mon II: the Weekly-large IV, from the Governmen : for harbor : In demand and wen pafd.peQ-, I :
fort; the speedy publication and pIe of moderate ?
of the State'of Florida, Is here- page pa'belnc._ for $150r. a Improvements and tie Florid means who come h"re'' ?:
:0. 1' Eogrefs, of3 all laws it enact. f and
; Distribution may buy
+ tract"or !
by amended so as to read as follows: year. I r. East! Gout Railroad IR also pledged to r land! make a r 1
civil *=1'I::4 t1n Section, 6. The legislature" shall pro- All decisions M the Supreme Court and 'r E'ciTY 0 D1ed f I expend: a like amount This. 600,000 modest hoi.ae, set; out fruit trees, nI ,
all laws;and Judicial decisions shall be while i I
election but of 'the eight is belngnsed : ng for these to come
for the by the qualified Sprang eS8 now for this p irpbse and lota
ENGE. : 'It n of each 'county ofj+ the follow- tee tof publication by any person.; But years ago the rallroai" having reached It is amoral certainty that lurther appropriations bearing, engage i In trucking: are. almost "

JI officer: no Judgment [of the Supreme Court this point prU 15, 18 6. Prior to this will be" secure I until'i theharbor wldjout, exception:: snecesaful.
So. 2th 4 '
Offie shall take effdct until the of And success
tt.dt. llaID1.,4'D 'A clerk of the circuit court a sheriff, opinion time one tore,',whose! trade was ..principally Is In a condition con tmensurate this' costs aa effort then '
rr' 1the couit'In. such case shall be filed 'and In other parts of the county I! '
3*Yean Cifiateri. constable, a county assessor of taxes "whh the Indians, a'few with Its Importance from t commercial while
Ea ,, ;with the'clerk of said 'court the I "
teWlof : dlmatijB
a county tax collector, a 'CO Dty treasurer r 1 scattered families, eklpg out a precar- ,, geographical'and '' strategical condition render ClQt- '
ARTICLE XXVL' low Unl hood by wiechngand -'the' work possible, every ''day' In th OOf'I I
a superintendent, of; public' In- 1 : standpoint Importance recognized < )
R. II.. Sf Y IU.R, itrnctlon and a'county surveyor.: Section 1 of1{Article V,of the Cowtltuuonof manufac re of, coon" Jo starch 'were! by public men at the National Capital,: with theJI eelth ,benefit. of "* La 1

Atto uey at Law The term of office of all the county i the, State of Florida ts hereby the only Idences of 'e YlUuUon. On and by all who will study I location open-air l'!life'thrown', In." At the MUU I

officer mentioned In'this section shall amended so as to read as fo lows: July 28. 98, Miami Incorporated of this port and Its relatioi to Insnl-ir time, people; who are envying ,health i I =;

be four yean, except, that the term of Section 1. -The Judicial power ot the u a city furnishing perhaps' the only and Sooth to and moderate' success In their present' 1

.. Will pncttc !. 11 the SUM a.. ederal tt.e.Merca.tlte. office of the! county assessor of taxes, State shall be vested In a /Supreme Instance in.. record n._.which a full say nothing AmeriCloDifmene. at abodes should hed bettev stay where they are.There I :
--Omrt PartinUil ttejtioa w Court,: circulttcourts'cours{ of record, fledged int existence with be weighty reason ..
Reap KJi wj j sad "Probat j Law, county tax' collector and treasurer. c came >. must ,. the to s. ,
MIa U rrtM. >U B. ,lhinrfJ,!. .LUlI. A. than be for,two years,'until the general county'courta U county,Judges]and Justices out first '!fag beei a town.:"Threeitered completion1' of, the Panama' 'tanal.A fluence anyone to make a more of soakImportance. I

election In November 1906, at' of the peace. hundred vi ten are required ; glance at the map will show the People who have made

s41otne SeeV'attention. }' which election they shall be electedfor Section 6 of,Article V of the Consti.utlon !- to enUU ,any Comm' nlty to be called I ,most casual observer the possibilities falltres ejsewher* an not likely to be -I i

I I,I terms of four yean each, and of, the State of Florida1/ hereby a city 1 'than that number constl-; the future holds for the Magic City.' very successful her' Intefflgenoe sad II

| I thenceforth all 'county officers named amended 'so es to read ii follows:*, toting a ,At almeeUnI.eldfor! ''' SCHOOLS|,AND CHURCHES. Industry; are a* essential to good for.

You will j find it to your in erect' hi] this section .shall be 'elected for Section 5.. The Supreme Court shall the pu of, Incorporation,' 'three Miami ha one 'of. the (best public tune here a*In any. ,other put' ot theIlobe.

to call on &e before roves ing.' term* of, four year Their power, have appellate case and on month after the ''first: schools in the; State, embracing both .

Furnished fae eaf! and in real room e tot duties and compensation: shall be prey at law and Inequity originating In rtr-' train 're,I ched.Miami, 844 vote were the common aDd high school coarse If It lac,desired to engage bt'l'IIIIen]

.rent and Real'country.bargainsdq Insurance, \ c'' wrlbed by taw cuit.courts, and of appeal {from the cut T'r' phenomenal growth of this The buildings i''are large and well ventilated farming.or n.1M raising. of wheat, awn

collection, etc., [attented t. ARTICLE XXII., .,'' I circuit! court In case arising before early i rind hu !j.been sustained and there la a competent corps oat. peaches' apple, gropes ut

have a special jlicenie'' authorizing i county''Judge*! in mutters pertaining to throng_ it the, eight year of the of teacher, A Catholic convent la to other products'ot the temperate son. .
kind legal ranII That the following amendments to 'and \ be one mnst.east; his lot same hundreds
me to prepare jail! their probate Jurisdiction in the : erected this summer which will of
I ten of real estate Low feel the Constitution' of the State of Florida 'management W the estate of InUnts, dtrsPULAIQN. ETC. provide instruction fob both sexes. mile to |he north;and'accept the eold
atten "' j be, and the same 1* hereby agreed resident that 1* part pt' th* legacy'"of flays
Prompt ajc.cARRolLui and in cases. of conviction of felony.In a population There arp also private school'a musical ,
[ to and shall be submitted to the elec where these things
ail f between and 5.000. In I can be '
1 Notary the courts of record, and in criminalcases conservatory'and; ait school: so grows
via, tor*'or the. State at the jeneraiilsoaIon the ,win er' month population 1 i Neither Is this a stock-raising o1U1tr '.
.4 leafs D,Wt. ... w.pests. I originating in the circuit! courts. 'hfs that every educational t g ted > may be )
In 1904, for ratification or rejection. : There is,1:* lair
t f The court shall have the power to issue angmenj id''by the of ,hundreds supplied. Then are about. thirty "no-fenee which la a

= :Re elo.TDleW.CMAYNARp Section 8, of Article XII of the Constitution writs Of mandamus, certoraii prohibition of'visitors, ,itly'of' the wealth flourishing school,In tin county., f great bcpn ,to the ettiei' of,!

la hereby amended. so U tread teat daises, who to''\ the means and there I* very
.. quo wafranto, habeas corpus, and dime enjoy' [f. Every t religious deno nlnation 1*
: ; as follows: ,. also all'writs 'necessary' orj'proper to Ideal cl onate and tie finest fishing_ In ,represented *and, the following have ftock, Inj .the county. On the Umfte4V
'SecUon'v1iL Each shall be drld. handsome' hud If,t I* desired to
1, county the complete exercise of Its jurisdic&i the w To. accommodate these cJUlrc:1Ibulldln :. Prebyterlan. engage

an.D. rs&.p
InwWljFlttol: \ : for the support of public free schools' f Ito ii e rt.d. .r.' -..' corpusto and botfrdlng housckL principal among ,Church. 1.!. J:. Church, |South, ';. and none' trpcal' semi-tropical Jr' ltl.
filihei+ QocU, Jet 'ant tt e therein a tax of not less than three (3) ; petition which the Hotel royal 1 Palm, an Immense ''' the growing of vegetable at ''.the season
,! any. nan ft, t.o State'upon; BaptistSOILS I
f : mill nor, more than ('1) ',mills on ,the" by, o on behalf of any person held, In undine. 640 feet long. 300, feetwide i' AND PRO IUCT8.: of' Iie'year when all other part

LD'' dollar, of all taxable property in the a five, storle i high with accom- j I The principal Industry '\hIa sec cf the ctrantry are In the grtp of wto-
McION? act custody;, and may make such this?section
GEO: lame. writs[returnable( before hlujself or 'the modal nl for 800 | neat beside lobbies itlon is the growing of fr ilts and winner ter. : offers/decided advantage -

t1EEt1nIrI;\ -I Ih 'f.BTICLErim.' i.i Court, any thereof : nnds: dining rooms, offices ,I vegetables for the Northern" markets ovtr. any other, portion! of the;,
iurIIa r:: 'I Supreme or lusu ce ,
...' a pdnatrCOCOA etc. I Is set In twenty acres of tropical .' Tomatoes form UnltM ?tates.; I
Lalfa. That the following amendment to or before any !circuit Judge! and :when th i staple crop, !"/

RqVL. F1f4., he Constitution of the State of Floridabe not returned to'the Supreme Court an gation. lens,,beautiful beyond descrip- but there are[ large quantities Of other I ,

.;; and the same is hereby agreed to appeal to that court 4hail always lieall ., : here are sejveral other hotels vegetables crown,*- such u'J tomatoes, HERBINE I

A.AI: N. and shall {be submitted to the electorsof Section h of ArtIcle V .lle C4)nIIUtu smells than ) Palm, to I[be eggplant'peppers,, beats, eta The Render th 'bOe more fluid land thu .

i J e 1 I i the State at the'general election In the' Stater of IIher.e" surety) t ,larger thefT'1 better service planting" season extends from' about helps- t le blood to flow; It affordsprompt <<
\ I' ion ,ojn : Florld'i '
.. .'.."..... November. A. D.1904, for ratification or yamepded. so +s to't u fnllowsl : than II 'in toueftwice' October: toj'jannary 15, and the bulk relief from biliousness, lndlhjsnsTBaIfv .
I.-1"<) F' L I rejection. j L hi I size. At' this'writing' isn't of.the shipments are sent North from getio.gestlonj. r;

....1+.NM.1. I Section is of Article V. of the Constitution -: f'ne,"eimdt.' IrU shall, other e-story. hotel Is 'in process of November. 'until May), al ourb,- there sick; and nervous headaches
.C.*SMI torn.I NNYtA shall be,and Is hereby amended bay 8efion'lf.excl Jurlldletlon; In ,erect! i ,-' being practically no difference. In the and 'th L over"Indulgence In,'food anddrink.
****. tl;I saas to read U follows 1; case* ant,equity:' Also [fin all eases .The IpopulaUon. fis cosmopolitan ;'ey- seasons"seeds may.be planted or: vegetables I Herbine acts _quickly, a doafter
Section 18. The Legislature: may oNganlze err Stein the Union furnishing' Its; Pth1.red.an1! da; In the yaar. will bring the patient into
at-law not cognizable by Inferior courts '
V3 $$gg&ARE In such counties a* it may think and ;.In, all cases involving'' the legality quota lot I'Ipreaen\aUee.. An unde-' Vegetables are' grown uraally,on the a ':fall in a.few day*.

.. proper county court which shall have of any tai.'aaeument. oil ion: or the _Irabl4 foreign element I'unknown.CLIMATE. i! prairie lands, whh'lchire free from O. agent M.j( 1C; T. _

Jurisdiction of all cues at law' in which action of ejectment, and of an action Umber and I of a kind of R. R.: t Cbecotah, Ind. Ter. writes, April

OU. OO1N0Nort the demand or value of the property or' boundaries of Writing rom personal experience i: mart rli'com| 18th. lio3:' "I"was lick, for!over two
Involved shall not exceed five hundred tiestitles' after,flsttlng California and other section : ,I Fruits grown c n pine lands, years enlargement of j the liver
real estates and of ill criminal spleen.
to the '' ; cases {where dim itlc condition are which are [(slightly higher than the and, The doctors did
6rW4st|i ? dollars; of proceeding relating not'cognizable by Inttrior courts and ; f'' m* no
forcible entry or unlawful detention]'of Jurisdiction, of I of forcible ; consltfered) at their best,we can unbeal; prairies and{ !In thii section very rocky good and I had given up all hope ot
original -
lands sad tenements, and of misdemeanor and aC1II"l ItaUia ;ly say that Miami has the most This rock Is a peculiar coral formation being aired, when my druggist advised
1HE unlawful and '
w I entry, Detainer, pert winter climate In the United containing agreat deal of '
*, :and final appellate jurisdiction I plant food.u me JIM Herbine.. It has mad m*
of of such other matters a* the 1 legislaturemay S Cold Is al'oat unknown;even1 evident bathe fact that In'many sound |nd well. 50. cent at Red
In courts Crow
civil arising
in cases .
"rdiuuis; \'il el &/ Millie the Justice of the, 'peace. ,: provide'jurisdiction, Ttiey saall: bare final the lightest fro t being very rare;] places'orange and othei fruit'tree are Pharmacy. .
appellate In- all civil case i
The rarmth to 'seen
of lummer Is tempered be > bearing
thriftily.) thoughapparently
>>ill road "- The trial of sncir appeal' may bei de: tried In the courts of reword. of judgments b1 cooling b: eezes' from the At standing on a, solid plate The
novo rf the appellant'The British
at the option Sun
; ** erulce., or' +entencee of. any /cunlcijtal this "-80ufh.
Otter nneiielledjpisseng! luU and the ilghesf temperature of rock. Being of poroue'orhoneycombed
shall be the Judge of I' which arrived
Judge here few
county a day* fora
arising ago
Modem f{t inn currying Pullman court and:, or all cases<< before recd led by the g ivernment thennomjuring'the : structnn i'. the roots'.ofthe
tree the county court and shall.be an at-: the ; counties I carg was yesterday Jlned,$ 0.by the
pease I In
eoaeb re- justices ItJ, i.fe
sleepers opUWatef of eter summer months Is Bit trees' enabled: o penetrate It !
ellnlnr ebafnesrs, I pd ;dinlng can torney-at law:; .. J which there 1 If 40' COIUJt1 court or 'I ... HEALTH. j and draw ample lUSteD'ceo from what Unite Immigration' {omcer for
the "quali | !
There shall be elected by g two men to escape from the
Between norll leroianfl soutbeirn cities. time coUrt of rerun!, '*.u >errllon andappellate Tb city 1 ranks among tbe' first in would appear to be a'ery unpromisIng vessel The sailors
The nneslMinlnrlear: servl in! the lied electors tot each county at the Jurisd'-jJwii! :of matters cans the Tnltedj; Statei In polnU of health.! sonrceJ This were Norwegians '
I rod., by the way,
They (claimed their arrival
when saidJudge 1s elected, a prosecuting on hero
South ( J|I'D D3eB .ling betore oountv-judges pertaining to The is entire fi >edom from calariil, makes a beautiful and < unble:building had'been.
via said"'county, who 'that 1 Illegally .
i Throngh T ckeU attorney for ": ley. shipped.It
All .
Agent ,
their probate jurisd'tCtiocL: or to be es-. and ere are no prevailing diseases' material: nd the
nercourt house w4 4s
shall hold office for four years. ;His agreed that the teasel send'
+ tales'and[ interest of m tenors, and of .Th aliments hlch are common tall and Jail, ere well u sei oral residencesin
& N. duties and .compenuUon 'ahall be pre- themordertii.tack[ to Havana, and the official
such other.mattem: Vg the legislature of behe *
arts the
cribed law. Such courts may be i. country seem 't. the city bunt of Ia 'Itone, ,are that they be kept aboard un
For RateJ Schedule*, Slee; Car F :they provide.- [Thj circiilt courts and [robbed; In pi rt. of their.power. as much admired by all visitor.1 It also' time as
abolished at the pleasure of the Legis Dlauth transportation could
r ReM SuoL'Apply' toilng lature. 'Judges, shall have. power)I.to lasue writs the usually.'.ap] ear Ina.- mild form makes the finest ,road material In* the be sedured.] The men however, made

of.'mafidanina. Injunction! quo warrantocertiorarij : and lyileave he bad effects which world, and! Dade count r leads'all' others their sape:
J. LPIemin! P Provided-that all county judge holdIng Saturday night, and the
,prohibition, habeas corpus, j loll In the .wake, .of like diseases In.the] State In m leag and con- vessed
; ,
ff Pa r '"'" said office at the ratification of this wasconsequently fined.Pensa-
1 qWee&IIIiJ&rMt., bek amendment shall continue in the exer-. and afrles,, jpriper or necpssarr.to ellle heret'Sarlgt:i Inerj' and dlphwhlle i dition of her highway! u cola JpurnaL .
:; ; i, '" nlM.rae the, complete. exercise of!'their JurisdlcSeUonf24 the aa are unl own, typhoid The fruit cultivate are chiefly .
to ,
-else of the duties thereof according .. I I
;. I 'I! n- Uon. fey fi rarely hi ard of. It la a deslr- grape-fruit. pineapples. : STOP THAT COUOH."Wh :
and until
commission '
; nDVoREPTI ': IDE' their their successors respective: 'are',duly quaffed,}and +; ; Of Article JV".of the Con, .hI [ place" for t+.088'.suffering !fromlun Guano, mangoes, $0 pets and ;n a cough a tickling or an Ujltat -

area, side 0l sTION- provided furthet- that when any county st itution of'thestat4W, | Florida Is here- troubles! asthma, catarrh: and limes are I largely P ,' but being j > in' In. the throat make :yon feel

,rr : ',/ shall hereafter be established b3'; amended so U to rent as follows: aim la 'disease which' are prevalent Indigenous to the, country\ they thrive I unto ifortable, take .Ballard'a Hore-
court ,
Sectlun'24.: 'Upon tbs ,fcppllcatlou of a. :'In' olde- cllmati{ ,, Many persons af- with Bttld or no cultivation. Citrus boun Syrup. 'Don't wait until the disease -
8w- In county in this State, the county
ECIEMAAUbLUTELY IP14. "T1SktaWwt r Judge any of said county shall bold his' majority I[of the .registered' voters -'O f tee with th Ills have come here trees ..require from three to five year has gone beyond cO troL Mr!,

and perform the duties ot Judge any county In: this ;State, the legislature an have been'cured or 'greatly bene-. after planting to proc ice fruit Pineapples and J. A. Anderson, J54 West 5tastree
fice '
cow :b.HERMIT of the county court until his term'of shall establish Incourt' such county abe lIit d. Of count, this Is not the ace; ,;.which grow on a plant somewhat fra. Lake City. Utah, write:,

'tt, | SALVE, '' of jrecord and thej shall be one In |very Instance. People die here, as resembling the c ictus,and whichare "We: ,Ballard! Horehound Syrup
omce shall expire.ARTICLE
r' sl r. *. CIa; : a aOL '! Judge for each' of the seta/ courts, who. .theirdo everywhere else. .No country propagated by setting clip or the best medicine for coughs and cold
)! tldleyuDnaylt., ow r.-ur ...*...,2S Tab.,..errs.1i& That the iollowlng amendment' to shall be apractidngattorney* at' law| haf yet been discovered where people suckers, bear' fruit In 18 month after We 'iave used It for"several yean; It
tl I the Constitution of the State of Florida and;who aba1lbe'appottad by the Governor a > Immune, .frdm, death and dr.. ..... i planting. ,. In .this section: .they are always give Immediate relief la very

\ and confirmed by fbe senate, and At j the same time, .It may be truthfully grown in the open, there being no necessity pleasant and give perfect satisfaction.'
rounmmCOl be, and the same 1* hereby: agreed to tr f for
said that
pie conditions tending protection from cold, and 25e..J50c. and LM at Red Goes PtarP
.. .., Iged ,and Shan be nbmitteu to the elector. ( toiceaeral. ,healdifnlnesi are a* fa""" there I*' tofu a.saving of 'about ''00t '
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.. AILYr -J f I. :. l. LBE A 'KIND 1-" rO SNAKES.. -, i-I--t _1 I -t 1, 1 I I __ _- __ii US

r l TROP"OLIS. effort ,>to stem the Parker q e. are It i4 verT'dl leult to. eradicate the ,
i !AI l : really amusing Never wan there seen. hatred'of' snares I that yeems to inhlrenti H

.. e, ... .. so early In the campaign) such Jstrenuous In evety human beingg d nc., IVILLIAM. M.. BROWN. MILTON ,W. CURRY. FORGE R. G MP".
.... ..."" day .."pt Sa1l4a7.- efforts to defeat an opposition back.to our first paF'l'nts. But the e Is Preside *. R. R. McCORMICK .1. Oshicr.
jL'L tAt i1t : ,, candidate. Parker may not'be.elected.. good'sound senae in.the following m We Preside*!*. 1 j: ;

I, TN. j. but he has already given the' Repub the EastonMd.'Gazette.' ) K .
.... f. II1UfI5T laaawY I .". .. lIeanl a fright they will not recover Americana 'going to- the p.a..tIs dia 3
from In 1 }tit veryy dlffieult he- .. -6774--
d a !a. Poaotso. a< Yfa.lrleAda, .i .
....eoad c1 .metwr.T. come accustoited to the pr"II4D in I r '
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A I:; Clinton' of Clinton county; the house .of the.Imlll boa; kep by
atgt'l aoata.ra I. apap.t paDltaaed ors
I aka lagd of w htt.d 8tak. at th.r..1 Pennsylvania! thinks that j Henry! G. arlbe, t ,natives I' to subdue 'rats.farmers&nd :
Aorttera Ti I1w.' ..rmlaal.1i Davis II the greatest living, Democrat. especially; ye, ortJ Dallas: National I Bank

fisa..ript oa nat.. "Henry 0; Da'VII.he' writes. l"ls'a take trouble! ''c- hint down a r ,ke, ,

Orel east bt Mall.. .............$5.00It4a man that I knew In 1tS3.! J wu then'a' .''ben' \\they, are I Ir1end redliy the fa era'

th..1.... ............. 2.50oaeIeek brakeman and freight nductorunderhim Many persons wl11.It'aa arriege "

...... ............. In the Third Divisionof the Bal- or team. In the ,n...11. to k t 1 i CAPITAL: : S100.000.
:.. by Cam t,........... 10e timore ft: Ohio Rallroiu). HVwasiclevei' snake They 0:1 tL" roalI>lde. nda .' ,
for the hlacxak,, that awes u der
and sociable with all the Irnen. He was .
\" Kiwi Prig Lig Compuy.M then Superintendent, and when yowent \. the house 01' .n14! poreh, It Is a srJemy terd oiled States :Depository oJ' I -' '
tel State Depository
Data s known OD to him he treated you. socially :.0 mice > rats than the eat
1i11Tz I played tenpins with him] and he wee i r '11I1rt pOIjto' II' -.. :. ;'! It w uld I ,

= 61L a good player u well; as;a'good fellow 1.1' : arm In ',-,; 'in fact. soul b- .

0 METRO LIS BUILDING. I voted for Buchanan "fo ri IPresidentsod i '.!4 to be 'vc' nu"' 'J' I'oIi'. Kill" yes i i

and 434 elttb Street. am glad to support 'the man who I alr'ayal wins urk; >s. and tho'y ills i REPORTS :
I-was h pecep't1y ILl! mot t. a- ,
i padre Cc rt Hours.r. was my superintendentwhen/ a p' If ; .
r.. bcikemcn'fifty years ago.|*.!-. vllle1.merlt'aJl. ties. A bla k'lnakt11ft III re 1

/ j i cl anlyl"han c celt or cat'-Is far 'i I' f the condition of aiion ll.
: TEMBER 10, 1904.n //l v tr ubles; will 4".1J to the ftlmllarI the ort Dallas< ; < Bank on

,- -- TOMATO CANNING. F tCTORY. cn jua. IU .quickly I $show every vi.dqpce '

IGIIT DEMO RATIO TICKET.' While Miami has a number of industries ,of atrect n as sincerely. Ion It uesday., September 6, 104, condense: from the report
under way acd numerous fangs should.s0riui:: tuh the skin or e en : I .

For ;deny others are contemplated .lone< would be penetrate the'i Wa'.lhe result. Is not ,, 0 the Comptroller of the ., ;' .
TON B. ARKER. ( 1 : J 'I '
I more welcome and evidently' profitable as tn3 acrfttches! from' the: Furrenty I.. [
For Vice Ideat, bars 'kin 1 r
factory- bat come I'T.n Pl r
than"a tomato canning .1 .
c.I I HENRY C DAYIS.' Here.'where tomatoes grow in countless o blackberries ,. t;

United 8 ..SenatorAl16.9 thousands, where the{ pick of the U ri '.. I I I ... I!
P T MEN I: i "esoarces' I
... fruit Is'to. be had .and where all'other SHORT l ;-
iForPRANCoDi conditions are most favorable I t9 I such rCND i HIGH PLA( ES.. I \ .

.. an industry it seems strange that, some From r 'L1ans and I)'scounts' : .,. . ..,. . .". ):$Ii1.264 10
the Post.
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For. enerprlsing person br company has not Oterdrats..r.: ... . . . ... . ... .. 55 75 .'
r' N B. BROWARf 'This is an age when men of II ort I
l'4 long ago started such a plant I atllture! seem tp predominate In ngb L'nited States Bonds;,: ... . ; ... .. 68,000 00
at Brat..l .:
CLAY WYORD.T has Mr.experimented D.- O. Harvard,'the I canning ondo of. places.."I said !oU'' J.'H.' Downs.,'of Lbn- Premium I on' same" : . ,'... ... Yr. .. .. .-:'- 4,41 00

.1 Far :'.utorn General 1 uh altat- d'rm. at the Arlington. Dade'County Bondi. .. .... ..., ISp00! ) 00
.I' tomatoes and he. announ* .I
j'The'German!Emperor Is not sob 1 Hou... .-:. :.. .
'wx.u. ILIL Ingly that t .Is a success hat here II Banking :' : . . . .49,712, 96
'-: .. i Far. money In It'and that he proposes to two: Inches. its uncle, King 4- Due from tanks and Uni ed'States Treasurer_ 51.021 42
.. ward, who Is also'superior In, hel tti .
I li.+or. ComE' .. scale.engage In the business on an I extensive |;the Czar. M. Loubet and the Mlk do '1 Cash, in. vault. ... .. .. ... .. .. . .. . 39.505, 98.

. i: 1 iwpu"" v. No lectio of the State produces more ale extremely 1 short.-> and" the vlctorl ui ',', II Total. ..r .. . .. ... .j .. .;: . .:" .5388,97521 .
tadaf Public Iutraen Japanese look) like mere pygn es \: I' ;
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come In early and are produced after I '
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alongside e Encllsh"mertcan" i olm. .5 '
; I U all the'crop 'of other sections have ;; I I. .
> ): B WAT.on pursed Thousands of,bushels of'over dtel'J 'I '} r Liabt7dies': .

or AIrIc81taN. ripe ,fruit, cracked 'and .In j other ;ways Combes, I the French Minis' er, '. I I. I .
who has become famous by his \ ar I -- Stock' .
r : ; unfit fpr shipping .otherwise per- againstthe, orders, hi Ie I !' Capital t .. .. .. :..:.. .;. ... .. .$100.000 00 .
religious a I .
4 ; ODIft fectly sound wholesome to '
? B.K.e. waste head. strongly' ,marked features II 11-" Surplus..r. .. .. ., :.. :' ..H. : .. .12,000 I ) ( 00
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t, : every year because (there is no I '
,.. ror ". use tor'them and they be1util!! Inc, Ih Idea and a bent back. 1cease I- I profits;':. .. .t'. .. ;:to' ....:. ..... .... !2,451 66.t
w la almost a dwarf.' ,Another 1 ;1 .' I .1" .' 1 .
';." Jl. JC. npsm. ized. :' e4-o3!:. I men:Is Berth lot, the illtrlous I ,Circulation. :. .. .. :.". :. ;: r.. ... ..... . 25.000 00

pi H't r ,COUNTY. CKmT. ; the canning.advantage factory of this here true tot 'have can ,s elDlst of;free-thinkers, fho II to preside In Romn at he rt I ICOh ,: Dipo. jt" ... . .. .. ... ... .:: .. :_. ,. .259,523 55'Total .

'- be ,purchased for-a trifle bushel 1 1'I 1I \ -. 1 1I
.; .;,. Fot-Mate atorjc providing' depended ed October I I jll : .. \ .... ... .. .. .. .r: .,: :,.$38@,95 21

r. IL Hi )SON. goods. If not a crop is easily raised! I

.: Foe tatlve and. havllIg..a plant, on the ;grounds' I : y674R .

!> .-:I _. GRAHAM KING.l there need be no wastage ,ltIjt e result I'I portal t the Condition '; .
: ; I .f Foy Conn Judge that there most be money in suchan !- { 1 1., ; : II 1 I :
L > H ERllbrj Industry. ., I -; THE. RT DAIIAS NATIONAL; B 'K 4 t
Proeeeati Attorney Transportation facilities aid all
DBERT IL ATLOR,.' other 'expenses included. >rw: uld. evidently I: :' J- of' I f '' t .
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y f Tax hector notbe! as great u carrying the I. toseof; Business Toe etu being stones of.the 1
1. GA ER, fruit north, at a great.risk of,loss ''bidecay. f' September 6, 1904 the steep ng stones of the I c
., For Tax etc.* and then distributing 'It ; : )::1 i ; .: hoe;''that pleases every; hi.ldf andes

Eo. a BConnq throughout the country; -A' tomato I them Comfort... f ft
Fallingclimbing into debt a .
er t canning fr.t ry'here..would']pay:. Who J tes9urcea r, 'Doll re.Loans furlonf '
< p. \
4 11, RA N. will. be. the first. to start .the industry. ? aid_discounts.$171,26- 10Ovrrdraqs. I i : ive different; ; styles In this famous
tend t of Schools' / .'secured and unse- ----. !
,, R H THREW;KEROSINE \iYi: \ ,; Cured.4} .... .... .. 15U. T COPY. ] : IOE.1 ORT and' can. easily "fit" any

perk t Court '-, : OIL OVER BEEF. ]S. Bands to secure ctrcu- J I '

'' L C. D RN. '. :--:0- { r. 1ation.,..: "'r .... ..., .. ,25.. 00Us. In' 'the Circuit ourt'of the ''i j i Shoe Especially

.. For Sh ff (From the ej;York, Bun.)| f ..Bunda'to: secureU..s. ; Judicial circuit of Florida,! I it 'Their Feet.Opposite fl
JOHN FRO ,A truck load of meat.wee i landing at de I ..... .I..' .... .:.. 40. 00 add for Dade County. 1 _._ .

County Co stoner.l4 'Irst'avenue", .'aid, Forfy-B xthstreet U.lS.. Bonds on tand.... ., .: 3. 00I'rfmiu
... t r ," i J' In Chanter ,
} I { Express Office.
.... R. JO NS, yesterday morning 'whl'n. alnumber, of : 'on U.S.! ?nds.... ,4.41 00' I
J'1f. E H U ICK, striking neat handlers gathered about BandsurltleeEtc: :...":. ... b.. 00 Bank of Bay Blschyna. i. \ ,
T. A. WI ELD, Solomon"Ullman, the drivfr./ who is Barking hou e. rnlture and Compton nt. vs. Stuart H.

JOHN SE LL, .' employed by the United Dressed Beet xtnr :!.., :;; .... .... .49,7} 96 fendaot; "
;t'1!... a ,a. the slde- DI fro Nat onal' Banks l 0 der .of Publication. e 4
r ., Ii. Q, TwE ELL.Fo Company, was standing on e ,
School Board alk,and saw some of the men Jump ,ot r erve gents)... .. 6,43. 79e t ap ilication of the j ,
: I MSI I on the driver's seat and gpr kle I D from State banks and by Its sol cltors.' Patterson, &
ELI S p To
,. a amethlng from a quart bottle-on''the gankettn 1 t ..> .:. ..:. ....'31.45 81 It a pearl: g from the a ( Build and
& W. J P m T. 1
,"v W. B D 'E. eaC, I K-- Dine fQm! ,approved reserveagents W. prwin one l ot .the said e '
-. ..r Policeman Fitzgerald also saw the'<: .i. .. .. .:..;.... 1J.88 82 for paid c mplalnant 'that thej I
+ an and chased him down .a enue 1 Checks d other cash items "16,4. 48 ant,; Stuai'roTi : II. Hale, has bee : ?
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;' Th p cI y with w ieh 5enatot nd into the headquarters the atrik-. Noes, t "otbl'r, Nationaldaakea.h..L. ; ;the unty .for mole th

Fair k'Pcnngs to b s b must Indicate rs cad there caught him 11th aj hot-! .;.. 3.68.00 days nex preceding the' :
o bt as to t e ticceea of the C'In his hand. The policeman found ::Fraction paper .currency, for this o der of 'publtcctlon I.i i vii'4 all brandies of the JlntldT" -

!S .Jtepu party in t f next election.Th t bat there was kerosine' In the. bottle! t'. 1rkel I end. cents. ;;'.H'-"."' 49, ..65I the reside: ce of said Stuart HJ; i ; ilea are, repr ioented..' The

ii" nd took .the man to the.Torkvillfe'po-: IAwfull money reserve'ln' bank" z; known lid.that. there is l9 i em'1cr. of this association cheer '
essacola Browardt .' I Specie : .. .... service of
Par wand I ce court ..1. .512.868.85Lealtender In the Stan e the a '
I ily Inrnish. plan, speci ca-
Club a4 organised Tuesday night I s. notes. 6,000.00 .18,88 ..85ttegempt I chance r r upop whom would I
na :and Address
with n organlzation of 80 members.'AU OPENING THEIR EYES.[ ,l' on fund'with U. S. said defen dant. Stuart H. \ '
er cities in th State should do The progress* madeon'! : iht| Drainage 1,reuuter'.,(5 Per'cen of that the s !Id Stuart; H..Hale I Contractors: i Association;

,,o, likese e .I.Ith ,anal is. opening the eyes f,the1] peo- : .<1rcula< lon. ) .;. .;. .: J.25.,00't'otal. son of eve t nty-one. years MIAMI, FLORIDA! : '
'nollng would ''it ordered that [ '
Ie who predicted that : Is the efore
m rry ac 1 bells wnl bernt e done by the railroad..company says .. .... ...:.r ...;$388,9i 21Liab Stuart H. Hale be. aad\ Is. "
[ and uodred odour future he Fort Pierce N'ews.' At the end, of .t IitlesJ 4 Don re.a quired to ppear. to the) Bill
men d ia omen resu a Otling themselve !, he first week's work; the |meniwerellgglng 7 ital s k .paid in.1 ,' ": .5104; .00 plaint file In the said cause.i".r

: orj ife s battl with the world.'s a quarter"of'; a .mile from the surplus: und",;' ...,. :.. ., 2. .00 before Mo day. ;; the 3rd day of -

'11", YTb i outh, of the channel any: the canal .t'ndlvld pronto":less expenses A. D.' 1904, otherwise the! alle

E a Is. no' ri for the people I i via almost. completed, to that point and .ta'xeS yeld! ;.... :!, .2.45 .tf 6ajionai said bill v III betoken as I

!: : to ti Snd attng, epalrinR and ren' i U this rate a mile ,a month will be l Dank !notel, out- the said d ;fendant .J
;:-; pain g or all and winterr bui ness i i onipleted and when the canal lsnar-, 4andi g!.... ;. ...", ,: L.. ''25,00 .00 .It Is. fur her ordered that ,,

and tirIe 'ben on pretty little eltywUl 'I rowed down from :forty to twenty feet ''Dt g her atIona anks' 3.02 ,,.55 ]fe publish d'once It week for I .r .
fit 'tth t sands of a dmir6 1 ;he. work should be accomplished more Dino State,banks. and bank-. a Aecutlve wfeks In "The ; (
I December the', ,. .. .. .. .:!9'In4.lvdllal ,
lug Ito We w t to be neat and rapidlyBy the ,fitt of : .t H .J; oils," a i ewspaper published
k{ att tv land we w t them to be prairie[ and by.the first of the year. ;this; : deposits'suhject to: : county of Dale' sand State"of:

awa of the 1 ct I great work will be:completed.. Work ; f1be-k .t.'r:'':''',., :...,.. 186.5 ,47'De Dated U U 8th 'day.. ot $

on the dearlng out and straightening taideertlfieateaof'deposlt 4.40 1904. I I
St Lucie river'and Ten Milerreek iTitheeerf;l i0eates of ''D8lt.. : 28.8'' ..OOt'hilled .
i Tb m w o Roes bout denoueMnggapit of the 1 (Ct. CL) E. c.
14 an enemy to the country. is alsw progressing finely and theentire ''TL' I chet'kl.. ... .;:. :... 6.8-1 (Seal ) Clerk of the

Capt is notwithout? its sine but what back country'will be drained t>yJanuary. .'1 Un'ted States delIMits..:.. : fI. '.00 Court In, s id for Dade County' k

X14 rritho capital? And i j .' Ii. J ''
'r t wool not'ail! plot nse en those wbo deF I 'f tal. .. .... ... ,......"I ida. .

:- nou capital. like o becapitalieis? TAGS. MAY-BEC-03-tEE' MIXED.. j ,, of Florida, County of Dade. I Patterson. I I Erwin

'' We not recollect have ever seen (From.the'Kansas City Times.) '1 SJt GeoI ,R. Comph Cuh>v' of the I SoMtprs for.Gomplainaat.Wanted .
: Llndsey! Mem ve-named .bank 40 solen'lnly' I
t anyo Who spurned oney.r.4 Hereafter the, Marcus. : a ear <
<;;, { I It'S ortal Methodist\ church of j Louisville, i tht the above statement la true t the I I ;

Tk- Japanese lee to bare, profited 's' not to be disturbed by crying Infants .beat: of my'knowledge. and belief. To '

; won rfuU7 from the geniui displayed A nursery,has been provided;and members r j| Geo., R. Oomph f 'I
Napoleon of the, congregation are. Invitedto 'I Cashl r. AT ONCE from t
-. by apoleon L Li they owner or
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tkormirlllT mndrrn boy bP.
srUlleMwith babies at the donr. A Correct-Atte t: '
in their check tnelr '
red ance D
bsvetplaoed great **t lab!Jrrrt a.4 Ait**
'!, the resn t that they have green ticket Is to ,be issued tor.each'child" Frank T.; Budge;' 'on Bat.-'.rconfl MkM.floor.acre Prk f F: no so tar bee victorioua'overe. deposited In the nursery, the infant II! Henry E. Tuttle, ; Ji Wi".: Brad photo td finer

faveri' 1es, have doubtless of course, being provided with a ; Directors. Mm [L '
uve4ilttb4' this of ousaads of their corresponding ,tag This is, ,:&U; .very_ Subscribed and sworn to befor 'tile ; t

'/ .oldies. The artlll ry arm at the well theoretically,,, But hasj the church' this 8th day. ot September. 1904. 'J. ''1 i iUin .. _
!' the ,I D, D. Tatu 'Hi 1 larpolhy: Minnewa.
aervioe h been handled flpred out what would happen'if L011
Japa 4ee Woatd coast .r .tlaW fnr on ;
withn ai4eloits atilt tags should, get.mlxedT !i 11, I!: i I ,: zotal7.Pub- a.c4 with to MIL year ,

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t kr' and Embalmer 'Monday. : ; I/DEALMonday i : ,

II er'J I 13ro. Avenue Se t.'l2th ,. LJ '!' i J Sept.12thEASONABLE <-

,. .J j t2thi Street, J'j-'j,';' ,

f' IUTM[ g, Diamond-back terrapin stew 'tonightat ; '

DAILY MI MI METROP .Johni Mark's restaurant. Twelfth '

SATURDAY 1 1 street. 1 ,_ -, GRAND CL AR

;, The steamer' Martinique;Captain Dillon A : : AN E S LE '

MAl c !
;. arrived in port this afternoon from ;

th"rN' Key Weft and Havana with severalpasseuge ), C
,- Arrive from 11 I and considerable' freight -! or s MERCHANDISE 'Uo
Po AT /
,\ Miss G -ace Carpenter,'clerk in Judge "
Close for the j C/) Ii .t I-
forth-. I' I' 'ieyser's office will go out to her moth- ; : '
er's hom this afternoon.to spend a two. '
1 5 TIltsSale'Mus Be Sale.en
weeks'''TCaptali ication.; a Recordbreakingf '
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i acquired the i Frank pleasure Somers boat wbO Rose recently Marie And: :will 'be prices are an object The immense, aridsweepirbe i 'red -

DEics.J is off on the bay with'a party enjoyingan Ct.CJ I "J I .-. ....

, outlni ; and .fishing trip.: ctions will in department of store. We .
.. '' ::;) : every our mus :. unO.
M. A. Murk aDd A. J Wa lace. of ,Capt. i

' Fort Lau1erd, t ate iq the d today.W I' Welsh Mr. ,Jo ii in farming R. Dewey and who,cultivating, with ':a o I load, and to do this ve must, cut' prices 'in two We, must c1o eO

'I grapefrn the latter'lace :
t glove on
.W.Bl erlof 1 lraY.1 I am gthose Z
few miles above this 1 is town j' Summer Goods
a city.
on )Jn -
In the d ay burin 'Q I -rAll '
j jllr today and'says they are rapidly getting I' 1'Z 1- :

: A. GotJ1ed; let last II ght' or is'growl thin KS splendidly, In shape there.and promises The grove a ,' So; Attethis J Sale for Your Own 60011.1 A Sunrise! Awaits You ;

He will ,
St... J.Aa1a to..ee e big,show this'season. u.J
good ylelid f -' <
be absent 0I11 shorn Ume 1 :
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\ The member7 lotthelBaPU; qndaY ] Reed\BryapA.; J. Wallace : 72-Inch bleached Irish Table Damask : \ 1 ..J
School are, to auemb e at the and R. Kyle all prominent growers .Z' l' : have many"shor lengths of.: leautlful patterns" worth anywhere' Ladlea''Dress,Hats, worth $3.00 $4.00. <,

school rended I tomorrow omlnrII of Fort Lauderdale,',are spending- the, ,ell ,'.Batiste,,Mull anJ many .other md never sells for less. than $1.00 our and $5:00.: several: to choo* from, all .

t ':45. I II 1 : day In tieMessrs city attending< the meeting < .mate t -lals; consisting of] rom four to price Monday, 80 cents! a yard. beautiful and uptodateoudy ate CI)
l !. of the growers. and doing some preliminary '
-- -- 72-Inch Heavy Grass Bleached Table 4
fII\ ten yards. We will pli ail of these Ii
'The arrlva fat I the!!Bay eW' this w rk regarding an,organization ...., | than" Icost.J- Damask several patterns, all band- 'l'r', .....I ....
for less
'mommA were E..r. IIcyetg and R. which Ii being perfected,by'the maJority ; on_sale' : i ac- .;. lotne and new, sells' anywhere for $125 BR
L. Jones, St Mguzttne; A. Burnet3&ebonril of the croppers.of their,.locality. ''N' ': .TORCHON : ,I" and"1.60, Monday at 95 cents per yard. Mo iday we.will give all th who att -
iJ''. LAWN, AND BATISTES. ten/!, this sale a 'surprise the Em- ,
The se:ond ltory'W'aJ'1 of the Sturte- '100 N yards of Torchon ace, and In- Fifty different!pattern. In Batiste f I'IWJ'lertIon

', }lr. Edward mfh, cuhi r of the rant building on Avenue.D between ,'worth 8c lOe aid lie a yard r ind Lawns, all colors,' worth 18c !Oc."I Idery "Department Smbrolderyyard ... '

First NaUoD&1Bank.: left last t 011 Thirteenth and Fourteenth.Ib'eetl, j III O :,, f will 1 sold'Monday, for f cents'a yard. 25c,and 30c a yard; our price Monday, wo th 15c. 18c. and 20c. a, at 10 !

a badness anjpf 1 'enure trip to,New being raised, and It k-said that: the 12H cents a yard. '\ t .eeits a yard L5 -

:?orkMr. hi'' I work'which, I baa .been'dragging along "- t BED 'SPREA63., LADIES' LAWN WRAPPERS. iADiES' ,;,

r for the pest three or four, "months wlfnpw I ,"b'" .Bel .. Ladles' Lawn Wrappera,'made' very L. ",HOSE -I :
'I' I Spread cro-,
Allan l1tOn bu ed be rushed' rapidly through to com-' : | Mars les Full, with graduated floun e. These- Ladles' Fast. ,Black,full n gnlar made

his position '1f.h i .uthOllJ'-Romph pletion.,' :. ( wigna,I actual Wrappers will stand wuhl r..rAJI "Hose, spliced 'heel and [ft tie., lace or U

Company to pt lone with J. H.heatham .' ..day,value.$Z.Wxoi, Monday th1"ade with body lining. Special price, plain gauze,"never sold for ess than as.

( ,the to be mad about Edwar I De Ve' the thirteen-months : will go at $1.65. l. Me. 1 1r cet ts a pair. Monday at 25 denU a pair Q ;.
: old and Mrs. E. D. V. Burr '. ,
the nth lnst l son Qt< Mr ll' ,
1 !! 1 1 died yesl erday afternoon at the family enl I- a
j l' residence near Arch Creek, after a lln- : PER CENT OFF ON EACH D \OILLAR ON ALL OUR AISTS AND '
.. Dr. E. W. I left Jut Thursday geringlH less1 of several weeks. The E i TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OFF DOLLAR' ON ALL OUR: READ MADE WOOL.OR SILIFlflARGAlNS. DRESS OR ;
for New Tor here ie goes to take : I | WAJUCING SKIRTS.' TJHS SALE WIt BE ONE CONTINUED ROUND 0 .' ;
I funeral I ook place this morning at 10 ;.
IrII. 1
a poet rraduat. Ue tent via I '. ;. J .,
atekmaptkin o'clock, Rev.; N. B. Fuller officiating. .
Line -
Key west an .
101 The Interment was In the Miami cem- :, a \..' t fII\
en. I etery.by Undertaker H..M. King 1 I .;: 1. ii, '-" ,

.to ar'y' Ho an and I .'
Honorable Judge Minor 8. Jones and .Q "'
w. B. ple" e to get aw tomorrow daughter tgB"Q'JG4AS( i : .
his estimable wife: and their ; FLORIDA .
for a fe outing an fishing lora :
Miss Annie.left yesterday for a stay[
trip at 1 k and the vicinity ,
'couple' of weeks at White Springs, .
of Angel P'lehMr
where 'they will atop at the Pazton 'I I .. f I III -il
House,'the proprietor being an Intimate .,r. J! T ., --. I I ''-1
and 1i, Copp an son left !
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friend of Judge Jones. After their '
lad night for ,Where hi Clopp stay there Mrs. Jones and Miss Annie r, tEi o 1' "
while F R. C11
will visit relk v clopp I, J.'i11is Sinjgleton; :
expect to visit In Georgia for. a while.
goee to Bay Ct cb to ape d a few '
Tltusvllle Star. < .
weeks with hit re aUvea and ends.E j (Soecessori to Nelson.) I

tai Mr. W. J. Rodgers of the Anthony- UND TA'ERS
F. Boss from PetaeL7, ,
Romfh ,Company, was taken suddenly, A
miner has n very I k
)llch.that a Es
111;'yeste -day mornlg and Is .now: confined imatesand'Spec fications
cold' and' dl. h1Z and at they Street Phone 2S, '
on application '"
to his room at Mrs. Chase'slonFourtee ::413---12th I
longing f time when they
are '
I th street 1Dr.. Rush;.his attending I I
fret bark'th ---- t Brick Slone and hyslclan'pmnounce.t r ; orl
plenrley made by se eral rim a zens.4nd1f l ., ,
The Messrs Brose building an< .says, his patient,will be out the guilt can be found they iRlttlri'dlElttURV01 1tNt lO1VR'eBUSINES Write me and I rill call to seey01Hinspn Box 473, 3llami. Fla. :' .
'n a veiy short Ume. On account of LOCALS. .
a splendld; a reside3ce on their wlll be p ecut'Tomorro
Mr. RcdgfTS Illness Mr Eugene
place at Little ver4 which JwIll cost ., /
Romfh 111 his departure for itliC.lt'your'glassw -
i postpone
several th d dofaa,, : ; d evening at \'
New York until later. j re at The ]tacketSCo House.d
: ElChurph '
the Fltst I. Rey. 1i: A. .
I, I : !: e. The sell a. \j
J. "i3.Fred c d.alnage engineer I Sevlll 11'111'' rea h.: These will be his c9 t ,-,
a for the F. E R u fa Wednesday approaching marriage,of..MissEstelle last 1e"lee'as' paator lot this ch rch. New Furnished.
Y In new l Ie cation. Rates S 1.50 '
'ne 'once too ,for rent In thpMe per 'f
and the Lev.els Bugg and fro Zacharlas Henry At the eve fug service he, will preach bulldtn4.bool SPE IAL BY WEEK.. 33I 4th St.. Miami Florida. .f'

and lines o the drainage canal Peacock Is announced. The 'wedd ng a .farewell 1 ermrn. ,Sometime, next ropolis :__ .'
west of town. F rt Pierce N wsANTED. will take place at S o'clockWednesday week he 11'11 depart for his new field books schools .. 1--- -H------- !'

evening at the home. of Mls,.Sugg's of labor : at 'Yc:' .ktdWI1., hid. ';The Racket tore.ap supplies aTb '',,I.

brother, Mr. B.:, L. :Bugg of No. J120nutty The cburc .e" ea'oil the 18th 'and J Je j ;
street.'Savannah Ga. The bride- .
5th:! ot thl mon h'wlll
t want to b heap a sail or aaxillary'baat IV, L. Daugh ey,1306 Avenue Dit
!elect formerly lived In Bartow, and has ILl ToMakbRoomfoiNewGoodsUntil
Sbaw. new pastor
by CwpL
t t and 8 The
about 25 !
ng hlne needs a
ouraew, ma
many friends In this city.: The Invitations Rev: Herm n G Porter who comes repalrf'n ,

feet beam alter S. ham, anonnee the "at hOfDe.'atter October from York wn,_ nd.. III be hereby" .
; .
1. In.Jacksonville.-TimesUnion.Mr t
P 0 Box 607. I M1a 1, Fla. I October 1sLI. ANTED TO ECHANOE64Qa I i! I -i. rrsr. ,
and Mrs., Gowln.. now occupying YESTEIIDA 'S FICULTY. s unlncumber Virginia timbet,, I'
Misses bras a h yrUe hard departed theMarch. Cottage on Thirteenth street D1r an coal landa for esldence in or near ( I I1 -

for th r hone at amt "last.y will: in a few days move Into.the.Ebls- : Resulting fro the lnculty'yesterday MI ml. Address" n, care Metropfolt : s tern tJ jr: first .
Iplegsant alt with .
.Monday, site Tenth ItreeL Rev. attern ; Miami Fla, i
relatives and endi at B dentown Dr. Fuller and family will move during\ ; -and )1 .:Fr d A uon over the ... all .koods will be soli t I II
and Sarasota. Beutowu scald.Mrs. the coming week from ,the rectory \\o>> alleged slap tug t'a c lid of the former .., 'AT"TED-A i n Ct 12,000.00 tot 1. :

a their house coiner of First street and I by Mr Am, n.'' Taylor: appeared six oaths on gilt dge first mortgagfpa .
d'and 'hi Bllile
W ss
J j'
; ease next Tuesday Avenue P..where they will reside..Mrs. u def,ndan thll' afternoon rF; Win not ay'over eight pet I atj lfducd'PrJc4s.f.i': .

Boyd nQbt for expect Dliatti here they Ill make Fuller ti now' at' Annapolis where sheiayvisltl I before Jud .,HI.ser: of the county ce intergst A dress 'Borrower. _:

their future hf s Other m mbera of } ig. her nephew, Commander court on ,,a' ,bar a. of rrylng a concealed Car ,Metropolle. I '
; L-1iar- Stoney. of the,U..S. N., but is expected<<; we n. J. W. Watson
the family-wit I rave Oclobe ice Laces and mbrolderlea at The ". -
Conner-Ih eat home shortly to Join her family.Mr I I : hlrTayl .1I'a veal, :a amlnatiOn and : ,
I I was placed und rand ,of 8150.00.ywhlch' Ra kAt Store. I .' .

rate ad this Claranee I L.:Burnside and family, I '11'15 rive tot his appearance p .
Mr. E D. LOADp4 to -
+..eral of, Seattle, Washington, arrived in the; at' the, re lay term of the county 1-. :.
week 'absencef I. ;
i. Y
morning afte s Co my Secnrlty Ccl., Brown, a'It. I-- .' .
during which he'bas' vial d several city, thlji r morning and.'expect,to purchase court.; Bees, es t Is ch I ge prosecuting S iaw432' ifth street ; I I" -- _:i: _

summer sprts inclu lag ''Hut property and locate In the lower, attorney Sa de has 1\led\ an informa-

Springs, and 4sqevfite, N, He also section of the county... ,Burnside visited flon' aalbs Mr Tarl C'barglng u- AMl GONSE VATORY OF MU.SI '
Miami three ,and'at, 'uuIt and b ter this 'case also gr.wjlag'out '
went to St. lr to free the xpoaition winters ago 'that FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH
with ,whtcb much pie time purchased a tract of land near i .otfeet rd'Y' dlmcultJ'. ,and DI ECTOR,225 'ELFTH STREEh. 3Young$ Pharmacy .
Cutler. He,came for his health, wblcn which will beard In the same court. I '

The Septem 4rxarolnatl of applicants 11'11II'much Improved ,but the cold.! 1slclalh : ANTED:Pure asers for restle -
Beat for te m without question
weather of-test winter caused It to fall" ces Iestalla
In' a county built to or er on easy .
for'whl ltliona i at a school again: and he'returns to Florida with the.best for you. a Steinway or an t payments.. H. Tatum h Co.., A complete and arefulijr selected stock We buy our drugs in' ;

schooli, pegan wen the intention of, maklg it his future' Emerson. Plj.no. j rte Estate BrokeR ,small quanties apsre. nd often'M; we can alwrsget ay. have them frtsk and i
bome last Tb Lr fin yesterday. J Bush s tr6r Piano'Co.' Our. custom thebenefat of thitain. andar-al".yssatis6ed
The pa wl i'nowsubmit- home. !' ,I' .- : 'I I :

ted to a gradt igg committee d f will REN1o elegant suites SdtUt 'jdUC! rinka and '
It. Is 8&ldthat some cruel person'' .f fl
probably be lnethee week ore the ma, tw'i each, )esirable for omeeifl ,
applkaatawRIowithe tA with the probable Idea of creating rent In the Me polls building. 'I.eadquarters t :' : I : .jr)3.tn ains,' : : :
other mad dog scare, enticed one of the .
lual d sou reee red this brutes Into a stairway on Twelfths fruit I'
fancy groceries :
and at they} soda fou Special i l cream'veninys. and sherbets Saturday
afternoon pouringa
morning by Dearborn f 'JudgeJones' t yesterday at Wlleon A 'a, 7R
afternoons and : We want our and will .
patronage: ,
suit 'Floridast burning add over Its back se. It at
in the11lvorae 'Ytth'pain' 'the SALE.-'Ter of good plne always .endeavo to seethat you g<1t the bet in our line:.
Sober vs. Ja j Sober flag the liberty. Burning acres : I
relief prayed t Uooer, a the bill beast chased about the streets barking AND ; : 1_. flnt class t fruits andvegetabl ,', -.
of complaint et Uoner alkg cruelty, and. yelping and gave several persons west of Lemo City about a mile Personal All ntion e'er D. Tit e Doon Nerth *f Past Mike I' .. t

tntoxlcMioa, deerrtlon and el van years a good fright before It was,, learned BOOKSELLERMIAMI an a half''and not tar from rock road, 'gtvea to ,.n prcctritMMS, W.. E. Y tJNGS. ::PROP,
tment from des the animal was" not 'mad but crazed WI i sell cheap. A dress "Land," care '
of abuse an
fendant. ism with pain. ''An Investigation, Is being, FLA. Tb Metropolis. ..I.

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tattorar thta city Wedseaday Hon. Cromwell, Gibbons is Now Governor The R*aaoee Why!.. Few People Di Notice is hereby given that this ui:. y

lilfe b. ''G. H card: of drrrdondo of .Florida, I I I |1" OIdAswIt ,,: dersigned' Intel d to apply to His Excellency L ;
Why am s.',Jennings,] Governor i : jj
; made an agreeable call ii .- "' )liar been said that few men diitl ,
the Sun I Mee air: H and hu Installed Hon., Cromwell Gibbons former!: old age ]land that almost all per. of the I State of Florida, on'the 'jI

at onery at hh plan, and tw municipal judge "of Jacksonville: for ions, ( ie Of' disappointment, person.al 6th ber, A.' D. 1904. for Letters orld'sF ir Route g

the seasp preserved by merly Chairman of.the Duval count mental or,bodily toil or accident, Paten: the proposed. charter J" I ; I.

thin p one' th d cans of to. Democratic Committee formerly can Th< passions kill men sometimes,, I | ...- i .
IDatoesr abort first h erred cane ofebolce didate for Minister'to' Slam, formerly; I even udd nIy. The common ex- ,This 27th day.of August A. D.1904. .i-

rf{The ca of the planih candidate for city'attorney, formerly i pressr n, Hchoked with rage," has ; JAMES T. SANDERS,' Best Line. :, tc. St. Louis '

five h rid cant per day, but owing de1 iat "..to the ,National Democrats I little'exaggeration' in it, for, even W, S. QRAMLINO.J. e- I :

to the 14iot Pod e. thh energetic Convention formerly candidate for na thoug shorten nly fatal strong ., Hi: TATUM. i iCHARTER. I f" i ,

wo eolxld secu a material. fox tWal '>commltteeman and Jit preSent passio ns' : life. Strong bodiea ,' Superb'dining :ar service ,; .:

only W mount me tloned above, Speaker" .of the-House of Representatives I men t, ften lie young, weak men live %The;.unders good persons, James T. ,

Thep o; the ery have been Is today the Governor of the longei'' tbn the I strong, 'foe the [Banders, W. Gramling, and (J. H.associate :: v!

( State of Florida..lHow strong their i+trength; and the stun, hereb; themselves to- '
tested, are judged be u flue. u [,
can be fp ed anywhere to the country, we apple float!" ,,'cnk/|/ hare none to use--the latter gelh r for th purpose of becoming Inter Stop,I ours, going and returning::'J .
S. II'out of the,I take are < f them:>elves, the former bbrporated the laws of th ,.
Mr., H d ba not et placed say Gov-.W. ".Jennings: | un !j State !
[ do no t. A i it is w th the body, it I at A lanta Koonille LnisTille Asneiille
of bin ucts on W market owing State and 'the constitution;, provides so bf Florida. ) ; e/ | i
to the f hat he bu u delayed Inaecarln that incase of bis inability tb fill that is wi h the mind: and the. temper. .The'followl g Is the proposed' char- I '

Is+ The labels have uived office the'dutle shall be performed by The strong' arc apt to break; or, likethe'c'Dllle tee,for.the tat. nded corporation: : : nd principal HqlI) Carolina Honntain Resorts. "
Frank run; tfie weak bum out. .
a and a proposes to the' president' the Senate. RTICLE I. i< : -
vet's the of the Senate,,, The j infer: or animals-which live'emp shall i ..i'
push th ods la a err days. The Adams Is president The name of the corporation beThe I i
result o stnatltutl, n onty'goes to and he is out west!! The constitution rate ives, hare generally their Florida Medical Company with '
show wt lthelpeople Florida'can goes further and'states in case this officer ; prescribed terms Af years. Thus the Its"'PrinCIP I office located at Miami, High B idge (highest. railroa bridge in the ,world.) .Famous ,'.i

r do if I4 only ekelan effort.In Is unable to'fill ,the 'position piGovernor I f hors lives twenty-five years, the ox Dade County! Florida .j.i Blue Grass Reg on, Lexington and Lo isvi11e. I ..

Yarl sections of a state thousands then the. Speaker of"the fifteci or twenty the. lion about 'ARTICLE IL Free redin ng; chair'cars.'and, : h g-b class day coaches: .Through .=
twen th ten br twelve the if .
a y, ,hog .
of anallowed d'other House takes the reins of government The general nature of the business Pnlh ian sleeping!ff cars Jacksonville tot Si. Louis.
rabbi eiglt and- the six :51
: guinea
the house pig "
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table to decay Mr. Gibbons is speaker of mannfae- Folders, races, etc. fur
be shed
fruit an Y o"rseuen. o be transac ed shall the cheerfully! upon application.
j [ : .:'
,on a nd at total loss. because ,and "there you are. --4 The numbers alf bear proportion ring of and placing upoh the market, ; ': I

bate beco a too'rlpe' toship. When Mr. Gibbons .was gaining! notoriety ; tote time the animal takes to bttracts an Medicines composedholly f J. C. Lusk, Dist ict Passenger Agent, .,1

t neat canning plant, In his "trust busting" scheme growl: its full size. But man, of all f or In I art of native herbs. fruits ,- i 108 V Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla$2,50avannali A
1 these product! his enemies charged him with having ,
ti whtcb ,efipenstve animus, i one that seldom comesaveragkvlle ind berries, : nd in such' quantity and ,.
t ould p fed an placed on the a,case of "swell head..That'was a up 14 th 'ought to inallty as sbl3oard 11 be decided by the 1 r ;
uket Mr Harvard states slander, because his head ;has notswollen J .j
ipmfit ? live llOU }ears, according 'to the of of D rectors.
at he oes not pro to keep his mi'fflclently to'1I.ll the gnberna phs,!ologi :al'law, for five times ARTICLE III.
anner4 d4 another n. He will tonal hat he wears.; It I Is by no means arel"oO.[ stock be and
tnnl ly J Rut instead of that The amours t of capital shall : Return "
last a acreage tomatoes and a fit.: Fit or no fit. the genial young ie '
he scarcely reachc) an average age ;2,500.00. to divided Into 250 shares
,tables next year especially politician wean, his honors I with. 'a 'of f'ur' times the growing period.The f the par vilue-of |10.00 each which ,
r or n purposes for fie realizes smile, and.no man Is too humble for Reason is Man is I! the
obvious; not hall be payable attheoptionf "
c at !ti } of great profit toInt. Gibbons to stoP and say to him: "I amnow' only I cgular and most Joard of Dlr qtora In services Cash or -

.f aesvffe Sun Governor of "the great I'Commonwealth'of inte the"jnost"l'} tie most laborious property elt er real or personal, at a : 400 CoiuIllbial andAir Returw '1
Florida. [
4 and lard Working of all animals. i ost valuatlo ; to be fixed by Board ".
eiploslou rred yesteri Gibbons would
r A to Some 'predicted that is'always' tht'
II tl e.most irritable, f Directors-df this Company meetIng -
m agabout 1 o'clock"In the charter' a pecial train,. got to Tal1i- .
; and I I thent is Jrcisbri to believe, called loi this purpose. .1; ,
loon' ,Golding on South Pala- has ee and actually place his torpor'esity thou:gh'w< cannot(tell what an animal iRTICLE IV. ji .. I -.3i
for block the gubernatorial call 1"- :;
o n ly a In the Chair? '
: that than
iecrc ly fefIs.. more This corporation sball continue andhave
D4afdln bled It ;an earthgeake out thetroops to break! up "Before j

Yaps 6ty occurred.i cause by The the explosion, tormatibn the Day Legislature'pubs," calla, pass special an.asessionot) ant- ;; stbutand any wrat'' othe, to j keep anima J with i it warm man""cherishes and con- Franchises power, pi, o>wers operate and Immunities Its corporate for 1. 1

um ''s himself ,the fire of his after S. ab9 rd } rieRaUway

of i taglno n the outi t Ilan, forced of the'placeIch up the But Gibbons play thunder-tooled 'em generally all. 'He Is own.j retlec ions.-Health Culture i Lhe term'of commencement'' twenty-five. of Its(25)corporate years' eistence. : J !
saloon w almost wreckan sttJI in Jacksonville' practicing law and .j i 'f. I I ",,' \ : ., f.

.& jugs being sent wondering what he would do"If GOT. awewtal'laa'naatlo I '', U.RTICLE V. 'i AI '

'all ns, T e entire floor Jennings should die 'of heart disease, "'I. ave always had a horror of pre- The business of this Company shall Wed. u g. 31 .

wpa fo up, and bQardz and planks and Frank Adams should be'killed in a aatare| Interment. don't you know. remarked e conducted bye: Presldencla Vice- t '

cent tar ceiling., Kbe,rear end ofilie railroad" accdent-iukaonville'.Metropolis. ; 'Del Borem ,"or in other words.Df President, ecretary:.. Treasurer .and ;'

bulJ g, which of brick shows .. : being buried alive." ,'' .. General Ma ager, 'and'by 'lUeb- other j' Special j Train .to lene;, Ja somille at 1'30a.:': m.

tile' rea tl of the explosion, being : "Pshaw' ,]:exclaimed Miss :Cutting, )mars, age ts employees, |as may :>cI }
foolish to about tile Ira ,
p and the stair1e Mrs.. Robert Walker who through "Jon are worry !rom time te time be appointed by the I >J
I DoasU>ler"'New York World. -, i .;;
; from th side of the sa"Icon the death of her father. William 11 ',' t Board of Dli ectors. The' office' of See- Satannh ticke s 1 good, returning by riColumbia jgular.train- on'or,before Sep 2nd '-5
w aced up eral tnchee, The Welghtman,' of Philadelphia,' has be: I 1 "! I j .etary and Treasurer, at the discretionit '
tickets returning trains before 3d ,
DRINKING. good ,by r tgular on or Sept.
t e cape .hoe In a saloon at the someone of the richest women, in the the Board ot Directors, maybe filled
dine w almost a e. Whle thee world, is described 'sir unusually handsome tTING'ND I : I ,, '. jy one and the same person. 'The :,':' ACKSONYILLE '
lar. u located mewbat in the though she devote much of her Eibects lames of th i Officers and Directors f'
at ;
rstr plies th fa front were Lime to business, she Is distinctly feminine |II Fasting ihaU consls 'of three members and .

tbrowa tarward and almost to the aud:dr uel' with taste and elegance. I Every jlivinbody! requires'fnaxtity ,a itockholders 'who are' to conduct the 6. A. McDonald.Assistant A I _.'

floor. Ibey )eft the plies u soon'utley .. She la rather slight of figure : of. f
rregain 'their balance, and and possesses'a'Wealth"of wavy brown ,art ;e with the, tissues it consumes elected! attte. ant'election, shall be Jack".. .ville .... I Pas, Agt.Clubbinc .. ('

abt kna rIng what ocurred refused toretnrn hair which Is the envy of all her fem- in toe performance! of its functions. James are': *, -f | .

b U1 the arrl of the firemen, inine friends. When Doki.shlne 1 is withheld, the James T. i anders. President .. \j*;

ti ]rho w called out y an alarm from bodj" is forced: [to subsist! on' its own \W. s: Gra ling VIce-Presldent ': "- '1

box When the men [ached the Pedro Averedo, the multi millionaire tisanes. Tfee.fat is first appropriated J. H. Tatui i. Secretary and Treasurer : J.

siene; eplaee] w ablaze, the fire of Parrel, Mex.,. who a few years agoras | then I the ] muscles and 'other And James 1. Sanders W. 'S. Gramling '. ''i, ,

]vInr followed a explosion. Atream a common peon working in a mineor strui I itures. ,The emaciation and loss ind' J. H' *tom shall constitute the t. ,

crater' was varnee an the ( 35 cents a day, has ordered a solid of strength are sad| rapid that life has Joard'of Dtfectors until said;: election.! T:

peace d i>1 s sho time the blaze ;train of five luxurious cars in which he rare y been main *ined,longer than The Officers sand Board ot Directors of Rates.

bad Ungulsh The loo will will make ft tour of.Mexico. He;will ten I days when neither food nor add corporation shall be.elected at the I' ,
'r moons nearly a thouaaod dollars ravel fn regal state' and his armed ,
; drip, was taken If, however, an first 'annual 'meeting! of the stockhod- T '
on the ock while a building is damsjged todyguard of 100 handsomely uniformed of the .. .
ab' dance,ofl W f.er is drunk, the en; and at each annual meeting <, s. ,
t n4 an e: nt that portions men will accompany ,him'onhis; 'wasting is greats retarded and life itockholders/ thereafter. "''The| first'an- I'' .I ". II ,I ;.

eft it IIhave to ..rebuftPena.aols journey.I ( 'can i x supported for a much longer liial,meetin ; of,the stockholders, and r 'J i.>'o

J rsaf; I time', provided |hat ,the body be il ach' annual! meeting' thereafter. shall l' The p ogle of Dade.Counxy: will want all.the news '

F.s I WORLD'S FAIR NOTES' ken' at icom lelitricted rest. Thus 'res be held at Ux'e office of the Company on II' this year,as it is to b< : an ''interesting' one be-: i
wl THE VERTISER. .- --' often a'valuableadj of.ji, "v I = .
___ g I the 27th August c use of the lectlons. 'r
( The Missouri Press Association!'Willhold ct last:' {he measures' in' the ARTICLE yi.t J{ .
old In ring;and drawing (
meeting at the W rld'i
Its fall j tree men 's ;ase. A limitation I amount of Indebtedness -
The i
'p o em buckets In tuch!torn mediums{empty wells.brolrads that Fair September/ to 30.t t 'of the' diet .i ij .ir ore frequently re- I I! panY may at.', any time 'f. Nation! Stat and County -

ionreaches U e people --:-- I sorted' to]! tha a entire withdrawal 'subject shall .not 'exceed theamount .

Admiral Winfield Scott Sehleyi will of nourishment. hlght stock.. '' ,
b ..
F Iii be'the orator of tae exercises :jcelebratlon Restri tion"Of diet is'often valuable TICLE VIL .
-J Flor Ida had lost their
Blue A tpmijyjin land i advertised for him In a ,f Maryland Day at the World I also )jas a{ mans of preventin The > residences"of the in- .c I. ;,
'! ,1
dally pjiper.ii Thit: i fternoon an alllgaior Fair September. 16.'t' illn<'ss. ?toe persons not employ* corporators of,this Company and the The Metropolis'I ,
I' anula\ than i ireq"
in eat more I
o' the and amount of : crawled out swamp, I I <
{led qqljthe; 'doorstep. In his The Grenadier: Guards' Band, 'England's isitejfor! the support-. Overeat each, are as follows: J Has terfected arrangements.whereby "it can offer
foremostbahd. Is now playing an { seldom increase
ing yiells
found handful of red p T. Sanders (Seal):of Miami. :
{toma I eu a James ch attractive rates for various
+ extended engagement at] the "World'i! nut: ition. ,The; excess of food, o s 'newspapers '
soot tone J! bone 1 nitons, a pair. 'of Fair.. The band hone of the oldestIn the]I contrary, imposes; a: burde Fla., ten ah ires. t lat there should be &o excuse for people re-
a pair of Seal), of Miami Fla. ,
] iesf a'el *i alley W. S.. Grai ling ( 1
check L onsen and 1 paper collar. The the world andvislted America in 1872' upoi the livFr, kidneys and othe ten shares. r laining in ignorance} asto| the happenings of .'
x at the time of the peace Jubilee In Bos whose opice I is to' free th '
Mvereiment did' it-White's Class .. organs V H. Tatnm';(Seat). of Miami, Fla.. t ie yea r!I
ton. blo d ofj effete matter. When th' '
nL '----- burden becomes excessive, illness- ten _hare .1 I .,. : ,'-4

Two thousand cattle entries for thWorld's indiced.'l lad che, loss of apptite < State of FI rlda.. : "
"Theftsfat the present moment aft Fair. Live Stock .show'have j' I lassitude+ and all other'gym- County of I >ade., : RATES. I
"food" for ,
rgely di ertlsed appeared before .
On this day personally : ,
been received. They Include representatives tons commonly assembled und ,
Chichi pertain alai is car made. We Sanders, W. S. Gram- ''I. I,
from the herds of:Jan the prom the, term] "biliousness" are.the usumanifestations me JaIfeB T. I I :
Tied I this| "food" some time ago. (neat breeders! ,of different; types of '. tat fc ni it wantlo t. .. waean expenlve in. and -whosubscribed Th Daily Metropolis
cattle In. the United Elates and Can lation olj poisons is further favor as the pen described .
j periment The "food" would ada.' A number of breeders from England by| neglect of d 'When too litt their names to: the,foregoing andAtlanta'Journal ;! One Year ;
I. 1
take j u|out but n ould not bring yon into of the .
"oom1ieU- taken les-of Incorporation
.- have'.also entered the wafer i is { the system Artl< '
ipmel! gain; In otler words, about 11 tIOIJ., I' '. m ; secretions. and.. caoffjtlia Florida Me llcal.Company, and did severally ]Daily ] mes-U i ion $10.00
J m.j r could hae done Justice to a waste { executed .
( acknowledge that they
; j jwaste ] t

fcoodJBenkjwttha;t Review.;! ; I few ondon.etceteras.-Adrertuc Nine* Chippewa Indians;; j frqra';Wj hlte I h. ) products w.hich, resuj t the:same or the' purposes and uses Semi-Weekly.. Ti nes-Union 5.iso: .._

> .I.IM Earth. Minnesota, hav Joined the frcjm an ore in ulgence in meat a a therein exi re sed. tIn | I .. :

camp of the Red Men near th9 Indian m ire:.acf tel l, p>isonous.than tho 9 witne is whereof, I have: hereunto Metropolis" wi '
clpal adverlslng. in order to Weelfly hj ,Semi-Weekly Times-
School at the i ? tale; i. They: belong 0 set my hai d and official seal this 27th .
cilve.' must be prepared care- Fair. I '
d'' mu'st 'beho. acid< ?roup .of poison s day.'of August. X. D. 1904. Union ,' !- 'S240 '
good udgment, -
; At'niled.States; flag made entirely frf.ve es,' k-h ch! are regarded: fi i I S. M. TAnnl.No With tw, ce a week -,
i II i the selei tion newspapers : 12.25
lac ire ,
in the
'work rly: produ at Larfte.
,of earn husks,' the of the High ry .Pupllc State
'population .
o 4& to advert se. The gout; fralgia. leumatbm and !I 9 1907. \\Veekly'Palm'Bea h News "$2.00
of I S"toolrls of/Atchison! county, Kansas ne My eomml Ipslon expires Feb. ,
d cr se of sa.ne. The amount F
floats over that State's exhibit In r r' t e quantity :of am i j'
4 s bool adv; .ntages; number of the Palace' of Agriculture at. the mil food taken be so excessive! d The sti ment that J. T. Percival of v .
jchnr 1 and the various (sects; the I ., retnain-po l<|ng in the intestines- S option on inscribers all back dues'before
pt firming conditions municipal World's". Fair.. I'I this city had :secured an Old s must pay they
idja < ; 'to throuJ
.., i undergo d mposition' h & property was received ,
Z Wortbin n Springs an take advantage Iin'.advance if these offers and cash
,' gas.sewerige. ,
4 th'e
"';!.If;) What' Is the.'charm' about the''di- act on off bacteria, ptpmaij e by the i people of this section | 'I
reels:mortality sU- : orders for
1 mdltlon of s la and it company
minutiae addendum "let T* You. 'cannot poisoning, produced, m y with a gr at deal of surprise since It
1 ;isti i'tie; city de >t; number and capital find anything forma I summer hotel be. so' ceyerc; as! to be distinguish,d had been stated by the owners, the .tjhuse combinations. i i'I'"I
'' lines municipal
i! banks; tr tear : th di
to a gold mine that has; not ltI. wn CUUY rom typhoid fever: Messrs.! V ells: that they would entertain I I ,.
forth '
4 btij>Uu sJl should be set I I|In.the cases' reliefptomptir AD i
Jets> severe of : ass'f
Nothing'should :"booklet" to eanT.Ite! praises. aroundThe no proposition for the purchase .
JUi exaggeratl
on. (
1 red .rbstainiifiwm
flecu by
same.1whlch has
composedof been paying 'I
booklets'are \ [
''be ,Bitted that V wild reflect credit sometimes tlief adventurous meat for a few days; hasteni handsomely the Inadequate "
leaflets, and now' and l'aa'> ,
Iupo! {, jthe munlclp iltty, or that would tle rcniovalj of the toxic matter 1 |
and poetic soul blows out a | hotel and other. facilities.,, for
lb.' [aIcu tad 'to attract or convince the drinking of as much watt Miami'Mtropolis.|
noteletl its, a curious freak'In ad, pure pantbow'ever few /ears/ This tea fact. ;
the nan i if capital.Bibles vertislng. and one that refuses to work ail, The itomach will tolerate or.Ir ind Mr Perclval.U responsible :
I means .of a jlaxiiive 'mineral Ovate .1 '
-ain who statement that the property .
neul -every human lan- boUt way*.. Imagine th promoter! IIuBculi.r "exercise and ble for th* ; '''' XI'

,? ,-,!In the worjd are shown In the appealed to the public aboUt to read hll'mlnelet.his book. also ad antageo, *.for preventioov4 bathing' ar.,I has virtually,been purchased.would undergo and thatSprlnp a 'I' .
Bible Society In order to learn the i property
eih >Jt, obi the American .Youth's1 Companion
Is thTwit 4 I Palace( of {Uberai Arts at the Not much; It is a, booklet about :a I marvelous change within: the next fey .
Coinaol&H' 1 i Gainesville.Sun. H
mine.-Hartford / j mon'hs.- : .
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''thJrii at tbs Consti THE ADVERTISER
: HaiwavJ. lsfwi : Ida to hereby .
1 ON
J. EITZCTIVK HAT 29,1904. .f.fD r follows. :, '-The hind that rocks the cradle la '
the hand hat spends the .
iturs shall es-
Ili,t: Yaw, tt0.1a North ai 4W.* t ko.lt '' 'I ; e..e "
Coiitrabior andNOVELTY Bun an of county '
r acka.u U. k, r 4rp vac uuv tt., P eo ty sapLwJe.up "Who n iea the medium!? Is often aa : '
_.. R 1053p LvJ..upO.... .. Sony 10/0p I I. I' munlelpa- '
LvMtwh H!! WON ArYaewM. ,. .... R, anus 'f than four fruitful a iuery as "where, does It goPrinter' ?* ;:

ArCoiumb Ct*rlotel_ ..;. .R H,, aeea 9 b5. ArAttauUU.-.v Ar Borne, Oa.ArDaltoBOa f_ ,.......-..,.Bo By8oBy t bIsAr area I .1 "i ,... : It shall pro- ,ink:. \ :!
._ .b
Ar Greeobero R, r2lOp .SoBoI- t sits
ArDuvtlle i s 9i ArCbattaoongq Teas' .. :. .- / Ar Uilnfto-7 Ky_ QC WORKS The trouble with the smaller cities '
_.._.. .. ,, and for the '
Ar k rbmon I By eta Ar WDe1nuatlOht.- :- .QACTBTgFoarrHop 40p Builder Is that tielr people are: not 11111te4'for .>

t ...a .r, -;-:; I.vttnclunaiLOArCnlcago, in v_--..,.,. t... Big Poor I I 7IOL I of I_fine residence d Specialty.Winter Incor the \esmmon good. There are a.-,' ,1

Ar 4haclolk.rm. R! 10p v. aciuo.t4 UArChleimIti ,,,_,..., ... P a Umtm I I one of such ways two'factions and not. Infrequent-i .{
,. : S : ... PaLlnee van to.rlit. > rag to the "
4 Ar1i'a.hlagb0 Baltltaor. _..... .... ..P H If geP Lv mChlc.aeiiu.u, ( ,....,.. .. 14ip bon for b" incu biucks, "U f.ctAaynM.cMumptatiffbBildlalr eytbiaf u building !, cre- ly three, each of, which ,opposes on s 11
ArPhiladel LL.. .a. T RHl 914 ... ..-. ; CHa1Dj Ttsi woalddo well to COG alt me la. rtgthag rd to plant wen :of any principle hat the other favors. Bus- !j
ArNe.Ya .JP rrra L ClHCluiutll, U..w... n.C II UCHD t |)45pIfla aprclncatioal Beluga m and em laying ; of.mUIIldpa1-.
r Incas[ men In the line of trade ,
t I bit Vm'ton mm, tae raetr.pSOfaburttoableaoum" same are .
%o.90="r r'.hl.gton and P1orda Limited." A r Totedo ()-- MArDrtroltJMIrs .t---.. .._. .-.... . work..Look tn up or writ* of a class
Dail! Pull Dr ring Reo i a plug Cu, .O H Si D 790$ II f (In' hot ri airy. and regard :achr other ;i
Jack.o.vlile lice York. t- L rioelnnaH.O_w.___. .f*LlnePaUo ektp com
as a community -
ArPlmbun.ra. .1.. $ $ I I enemy.! Every 'J\\
LT Olnclnnall,OAr ....Big roar 9aDp ; theConsti-! shoul .know that capital. brought '(
I Tbro. b"Th Ian 01.kI" ao 9p CleTtlaiid. OLT ,.. ... _..... \\K roar I *45a 1// .r rtda Is -'
\ It the
1 hereby to ,from outside Is: a contribution J
Urintun, Ky. $ F Pop .
'n vJackaou n. .. Ry 4ip ArLoulallk H! ....,..-,"""'-- amP I to all the people of the municipal
.. Mt 1 Ar M. Ixxiln. Mo_'. .. _._..kok! 7thAr Walter S. Cribs.; ; may getmore
ti Ity Some than
with : benefit J
A.heIWd N.Cj .. H. I bop Ko. l-"Tb Florida Umlud." DatlTMUdTMtlbnled P Dade Count lbsti flClCoSEWKLL ) others, but Its helpful Influences reach :
Ar H09 bpdpta. 1' .4--- Rr 9 nP train,thronf Omche.and Pullman and the .
ArH.onill. TeOnli .._ ...,. v e0op Slerplnic Care JackMWTUIc Kew York.No. .- j jF I returns all, Mu clpal advertising: should be I : -I:

Ar et.LnuIu I lihl :a l 5l pAraarmn.l !Woos. ... I .to, the came resorted r11n 1 order to teach the people J
.. _.. e15 au ys >
I' I ..
of the j community this lesson as, "j
!ins io- iy Pu lmaa wlu Baum and ss are pro- I .
pug bete.. Jac vine and I I elections In well attract to it capital wbl '
at et8 LvJak,i .t .J4uKy asp J-sirsML.-. r eeklnC jlnvestl
u Mmma. G.. ;, : ,...- ,Ro R! $ MArUk.ta vtre : BUlL ING, MIA: II, FLA. Is. -: ment.-Prtnter's/Tna.THE !
golly a 1ttI "
I Ar AfDi.ton.Al$ dq .....-. SORB' 910* I hare here-!! t om
B erid'a YElP JtkeTo Ar ArMmnpbl Blrminghams Te.n Ala.,.-.__.,-...Prtaeo Ra H! *aWpj 14"$ Furnishes aecnra and com lete Ab- xed.the great DEATH PT 'AIT.TY. ;.
j ArK.e ..ell ,Mrs '. .Prl.re v.wt [ 8tract '.Qr' Scarc es of'Titik to 4 _
i ,. .. .... ....... any at Talla- lI
Loafs loo on Sale r emw ,en. : i ,,aM i land in County. We 'own oml.leteAbstract : "
car Hal Morlnq. art Books >f all the land Re-' e first day of A Uttl thing sometimes result n, ,

} f Q .13, "Tbe-forldaLlmn.d.. S. L r. '. cords- of Dade C unty :: :.: : : ; : : death has, a mere, .e scratch tnattjnts "
Sec.a.d iaa- AWFORD. nlficant or rimy,bolls, have paid'i j
I AR VAL8AT JACK90SVILLI: I gin n n ruxitnjuinrj"" rULj teary of State.. the deatiBucklen penalty., It Is wise to bane. ;;
y',..WewSor: Waa.JII<< and Florida Llmlt.e4:25, a.m. '
From Cblaao(ftli "& TCn-U-oorCeUv-So.ij Florida Limited"':10 a.. m. I Arnica. Salve ever handy j jeet ,;:1
From Lanaisp/OF Meinpht.. BlI'1IIlDjCbam fI d& LlIDIted:4.'Ia.m.FromCI.ctanhLabavtle. .. CA. It's the > salve 011 'earth and will I;
.. -!-WarhlgtonaadYlorldaUatted: Idea I (!EQ. H. '
t 11 11I )j i MEYERS I prweaKClcersa/ atallty; when Burns,. r..f'
] ttimad Trip 8 immer Tourist Tickets now on ula. ,i II I : J' ) L. O, Cuba d Piles threaten Only Bfcjdruggists. I 'i

103 W..Bay 8t., JMkjonTillejria.W.TfATLOKO. ..' r fifteen days ataU t !
J. CLC3I mitrietPutaijer Agent, I I 'HJ
I 'lec rJi rheum : ,.,!j
: p. |
o.u. zBT. o. ,; enttt I'was. 3l

8- H HABD CL P.T-1. BROOKS MOEQATf.A.: Q.P.A. ,a' Launch Snow Lint' TWO 18 BLTTE THAN OMS- '.
r. ; Suppl
,j_ :_. Ii .w. Batteries. Spark C< Us sr>, Eta : !: glrlng/my Qere'i a pointer for; the' Mrrmoroin : : ?j
1 entire/reIIef. readers! Too wins SO save moaej.. "
.1113Contracting.vtiue: C Miami, Florida. Write: for: prices t recommenda' and we I now bow.to help you.,. Wt T'
E BOARDA II Call fix: : I so you pay a little more tha : '
I" Sold.by lbs price of one paper and get the two.
I ELECTION' ;NOTICE. of the trln" ch the court yon ."..t. The price of the Dallj- _
i ,' I T | I! and Times-Union and Citisen has recently
(Continued. from page three) tiMlab Ihall!holel once fIr from'|*res- been reduced SO the following prices.,;; .
iijLiiie Railway'I i II) i 712:5, 4 hiI com euauon the Thrmonths...... ............11. IR'
hold' I Exed la" Thi.ig rift or the Mix nioatbs......,.. ,.......... I OttOn "
I who shall his office fog four years. shill the executiveouterf voted ye r.'......................' SOS .:
,P'OR.: :: The annual the jndga of said FaIr. one- We propose'to send 'yon both th*,
courts shall bppaid I! narterty by the court; Lii duties and feel shall' a suitable Daily aid Sunday Tines-Union aa* Ii

,Savanna j Columbia, Camden; Southern Pines county when such court Is' 'stabUahed. .dbi ". I county, and Citizen ind the Krraofotis for: '':
; II of ArUfe V or the Six mo 'hi.. ..:............ .... M A.,. lti
Raleigfc1, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. and shall M as follows: la counties of tatloa the &ate $ the' general One Ie r.......... ............. O ... ;
orIda Is
Philadelphia. York. less than' fifteen;th d| population, dad addressed We will send yon the Seml-Weekly. \-f:
I one ,thousand" .. *; j counties of amend .10 U to AI : i do had Times-Union, and Citizen and ttarafTxorpUi. '
I Io fifteen 31. All rules of practice for the Fair : )t
E' from & mutT thousand "*. j.;
Two egant'Trains Daily. hundred ern1Dc e,circuit irt'.halI be waiting on Six mo till for................. f 100 <
popula: on; slxteiin 'dot1 cable the courts f record ''the One yesjr...:........:.......... 1 OfThus -;:
? ; Mail _; in counties of frorn'mirty thousand urged for 2ft cents more than MM :?
: :rSeaboard '
E ixpress: of.y e' be-badfrom. -
Saaboar : lie taking the
I .to font-tive populationtwo \ price of the daily yoa 1'wo papers ;

j Moder 'i Pullman Equipment. ; I Ii ,:;!thousand'forty-five dollars} In( counties; of or to:the circuit to moth. of: other f and star foriflfty pr&a of cents the Hrraorous more than,the you reg-get, ;'j
more than. thousand population coG
; the 'Se' i-Weekly Times-Union: an* :
J.JNE: 'I',! ')- our hundred dollars.and for.'same'. ; and little' nine- Citizen and the Fame, ;; :and Fnl' ;1Grow
i ONXSST 'I laws ovding for aDlille the and 'Mrs. r' i.
all criminal[courts of record! now esla-b- .
from eUdreuit 'of one 'I ; about'U Send our subscriptions to os. tAs'

opnUi dill tkrok& r sleepers from Jacksonville fo Ie I jOrleaul.| fished adoption Jji'"ofj this this state':aendnientbocome!-shall upon? ,the the c ft coof other i't an illness of In ads ce always> THB st these UnRoroLis prices., '\

andjbe' courts of record ar herein pro Gove or y'In diecretlon. during which' !((amt, Fit: ..J
I the-'cf .t judge h ving Jur agonies.. $ho
vided.- and a all officers [of such'criminal "
For fu inf ticn'aiii; sleeper reservations! call on any agent. of the iT"t, t the c lt court f :an,' coi 1 1 atten-
COII.of record shall be officers '
-of .
iL.I Seaboard; or"write I and courts :and dsckarge| the duties .it hot special term forithe'of'a court of *taken IH White Eagle e .Baiter1. Shor..' .
BU county purpose her sut-

i- A .M MEL'\ to'Uea. Pass. Ajf Jacks.afille, Fla. and] receV1, the! expiration the emoluments, their .of present:.suchuntn inc': Ii .saes In Ieh' the J ': definitely, Four C airs.' (the JNo City.WaiUngiEzst :-:

oie. I jOf / the rt 01.rep>r shall be ( the'lockjaw ,
term of I
II J> .
> fled... e5 tom cause at taw the abdomen: A. CbLBY. Proprietor
BO ALSTON. Jr. Pass. Agt. *
: $' cr' Section! 25 of Article V of the Constitution _
Fldrni court of record,eflall,have' the' fell from a .302 T..ltlii Street, JG
t '_ of the State of Is here --J tUBBIG

.. i. JT; >> I. . . J. .., . . by apiendH' so u to read.a. follows: right o trial 111 J gee ad ''was badly'
refer u may ex t under the disease fol
1Jo' I' Sections %!. Th. court'of record shall
: --J F. W. HAHN have exclus ve Jurisilctibn i of all criminal tuUo or: the la _' In"' ref + .-Pensacola I RATES : ,1
: ;
t j 4 rases circuit co its. or may t
j cases n >t capital,[which shall arise .
Judge of the COM :or record
I andBuilder: .. In said cou' ty" end Q{ all cases at law, FIG lIT. : .
IArchitect quall tramer be cause to 11
in which! tl eidem'andi: or value of,.the '\

!t I I now hare in my employ one of HJ) test; property. do M not exceed >ne thousand cnt I Lift. of the untr.ln which a' tong and ::{I.
court 1 record be.
t"" .. draftsman in :he South, and .am better dollars/am I'concurr9nt'rlth the dr- ; m. on my Ton can save money; .
'' See ion 32 of A ele V of the
by bsciib1Dg'' for :i
; y, prepared thai ever furnishing plaasr cultXourt.BhaIlhave| | exlnslve jurisdiction : ." of
h- ad deta Is to good buildings, fine cabi1 of iroceedlngs relative" to.forcible tutlo of the State r 1 1 lutida Is me up' Ev .be papers yot ant" ]
y i net work etc.j 1 am now heaidguartersF'4 unlawful amen ed 80 as tq ad an.folloxa: : '
entry] and j detainer of had t I
come. .
for turn 1wprkCnstaaUj work, scroll pawing and all I lenementsJ See on 32.Cou.. of record \ ;" i ,
lands and .J 4
; KIngNew
fi : ; donein a HBST. CLASS abol ed the I glslature
:- i planing milL1 Section :21! : of Article V t f the Constitution by 'only : i ii. 'The ben'- l"UROUGlf'; i THE IMetropolis
'pe U llof orlty of the :
a a m
.\ j State I
' 1 of the otJFloi da is,hereby ng and I was )

; Sena mefdovfj your rder for .doors and wI, amended,. lac;'jo read. ( ajj follows: .court te't'd voters la entabllsh of tit 'county. 'where [ Now I'Ve 1

/ 1 framsibejconv ; t allusters, brackets, etc. Section 2','i. There shall) be six terms, ." It con-: .
of.the co' of| record In each.e&r., ARTIC }:%Vll. 'and Throat ,

; an [ needWIAMIFLA, Section Z-o\( \' Artlclfe V of the Constitution -' Th t''' the ,folio g : by all I o:

"..t.11 ... ........... ..:................. of the' State' :of Florida( herebr Real n 20. Article III. and :t : $1.00. Trial ; '
!'follows Attic e III. and th repeal of ) w can give'outhe :
.' r / e' .: amended sc u to read.as : -j... .,
Section 27. There, chap be for each ot A cue VIII of the Dally Times- ;
;;.: Build? court of re,lord a pro lecutlng attorney, ;(the ate'of FIori a be. and are Union aud ily 'j
ou'3 oingt'o
tr Alr to be tam'd thi con sty solicitor, who"',i by a red to and hall be METROPOLIS]rt for .

shall;be" :appointed by the Governor:j I the e ecior of th State at the Judicial $10.00 a yearr iy

; : and'confl4ed by,thi senate, and who tai, el l Cn? to be Id III Novem1 both for 6 months -

J: F1o; R IICiF YO'U NE JD BUILD.; MATERrT i shalt hold II office' for four'years!', His,,D. 1 4.to'wlt: : ( : and Sot Dade. for five, doU, rs.. j.1

,. LV. AN 1 iNp;'you should not fail to see comperisatlbn" I*'fled by law. on j0. -AiLi- a in. or the.C ; : ; ... ,
; Section 28-of Artlcl e V;of the Constitution" tuUo of the Sta of Florida l" '

.' J A. flcDONALD &:; CO : of:'die.ante' 'o Florida Is herebyamended rime ded.1O u to sad as follows: j :: my Minor intention S. 1'j

s.# i M jto reed as follows: S Uon 20. The legislature Court of .

Sect1 n.2S. An onmtsed!triable In the pang peclll; or lo I laws In any o of Florida, The Daily. i ..1
Dealers 1 lmbgr sles, Moaldlaza,Casings, Brick, courts of i 1 jrecori shall, 6e prosecuted folio "11Ig'enume ted cases; that 'of a.cer- z

,.; Ltni ,c. ot PIs.terHalr.Eta, Yards and offlcAve II and Utb St. upon Info, nation under path, and maybe lay. regulating e Alvin B. Jef- '

K filed at'': ny .time ''whether the court dutl of any.ci s ot officers 0' ; will be Metropolis'
t lhe'unlshmellt'' f J
county' or
0- soHcltor.
," -- IsIn session or the -; ; day of,Oc-
bnl 'ry of the circuit mea or; except fo the eDforceme
I ., the]grind i o'clock In the
..Ai laniiQ i Coast] 'Line.r court j lor the county In 'which said spec I local laws regulating Idin4 I as coun- 31jSemiWeeki II 1
court of record!Is held, nay Indict for tice f courts o.f j sUce; pro t ,

III ; offenses tr abl In t "e>urt of record. eha lug venue'civil and "Applicant,

f Quickest'time, most excellent service North. East '"and West; via Upon the dingo: su :h" Indictment; case : granting dl orces: Miami Fla. I : lj) ij ijI

I: ATlU-STldoO, UKSL ''rh e Famous, New York. and Florida Spedai, the:clrcuHJ judte-'Ih 11 commit or>bail cam of pets H; vacaUng' i i

t solid train of Tcomiartment,Sleeping Dining and Observation Cars, the accused for{trial n tl e court of record sum ontng and e panelling gran : .. UnIon

;,". e1 lectric Usped throajhout. leaves St. Augustine dally except Sunday at U ,'and: Ijhe' un; ; so Icltor of .said Petl juries and providing for *. -, :', Times.- ";
following shall file',thereto com 118atloU: fo assessment : .p
A:Ml arrifa Ntw York 4:45 P. U. day., court: Immediately
}I. l'orldai'IndiWest I Indian Limited carrying: Drawlng-Rolm. Sleepers and and Information'' based pow such'.In- lecti not taxeS'r.. state and .. I '
Information the and unlclpal for 5.50
uponf which pu poIIes. a
dictment. year
Jacksonville at 1:00 A. IL dally arrive NeW'Tort S:00
; .
;; Dining I' .!ia ..., accused shall'' be tried.I:I, .. ando nducting e1 ctlonl for'itatel that a lIP.I \ ::_

! P. )l.lf i itfffObserVatta ind'norida:' Limited, aoUd Pullman'trdn J of Sleepers Dining and Section Article IT of the Coa.Ututlon -I l'OU and mU1I1 pal oMeen,' ; been dlscov- '
> tte deal sting the of votln1 WeeklyhletropoUsandSemiWeekly
Can. leav JacksonvlDe daily at 1:10 A. 1C, arrive Chicago 4:00 + Stf teicnded of. Florida, U I aces A run down I .
the' Ie of teal es te beionclllg -
!! .
I P. ..q| following}day. T ils. train prrlei St. .Louis Sleeper arriving: St. Lools .. hereby so u,ilSection to I read.. "M follows no estates of' esc ndellts. an Invariably has

1:35 P.U.. Itm I "\. 1 : I r..j'I J I I 1 pen 111 laboring under legat ( that con- _
* tftxIe : !saves JaksonTfflt1lOS P. M. ,duly ,axles througb i : There shall be no county lUes regulating e fetll'or likely. At Timee-tlnion y

$ tleenn t to chleago a St Ixntt, arriving1 Chicago fl P. 1C, St Louis 'court in aby' Sour) ) where a court of the tate or con or I both one lea at .

record is Xitabllshed. ,i j .
liOija M foUowlng inoralng. OnDaI
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I gtYi g effect to or ,,11I being a great -
for and one-half Roan to CMag."a.Tea'; boon to fiction, of Article of the ConsUtnllon 'I'
X: eke* line by M' y d I or wills; l cttlmatlzlll", <
\'. BL ? 'one how to LonUvtOa. of''the' state b' Florida hereby dre : "proYidlll' or the system., It's Two DOlt. 'rs. i

f amended so} : as to read as follows:' thll ren; reUYin minors from : Kidney: and I .1'!

1a1 o 819@I'VA., Ol'1l51 Seclon :': !>C clerk QmRYt1Q. l record stt' beef ed Dy the electors off .i 1 1I. :
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Tb continuous' report. 'from. 'yariouiGeorgia JEWELRY STORE j v- : ,r :

secthks of and I lorldar regard:

lag fbevoul so+ [led: "Befo e Day- clubs' .., 4 ; ,,;' I 3l4--12tliStrefL: II I.! '1' ;. w oeoo.0eo o..eee0. 'Ii

'see p. give. four.datlon for the ,,. ,. x- I ;' I' .. '. i 1 i e 'V
; 'GijEAtO'OT
state nent made the S I
by :atesboro prlloue' ', T _
In* 'th'f Jlt' eoDfesal Th'e'ywer* ANNOUNEEMENTS.I/, .. -DAY

-the- rat.. t G believed.. '< o,confess. : that ,;I 1.', FOR. A-LDEIUIAN. St.J J o*: epiisMANDA I Academy o s
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C# in lie oes 1' or ; nzed'! .them': .The friends F. H/Wharton. .desire.
88lver intof jhese'"Befo. e'Da)''''' clubs, to announce;" him as a candidate to succeed 1 .;FLA. Stock J Deducing Sale L

the tu' bf: I which s to j kill and; himself for alderman, and tolidt 02 r"' of Jach.ogeiU.I. : :
plunder th bites1agali! st whom they' -* I ,
bavet. the support of the voters In soReopens on Sept, 6thtawl .
&rU 8e.' I ITh '
L behalf! at the primary on the:Oth In. 1 ,. .: WILL BEGIN, AT= '
appan ntly the mos rotary .
tOuvl: uceOf the existence slant: I I II A Jn / f III'tars,cos '
of U 'laiaU ganis cornea from t- i awtej; iy the 56t'of St Meal S e r ;

highly. respected',V.' P.JEppes'a planter The, friends of" F. W, Hahn i I I Ianncunce Idealre! to' :, !:Careful f aWna of Mind 1 and ttaracl: o .e.1" 1:. B ,0 8.1 ,:, ;' ;

his candidacy for renomlnatlon II J ,
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?ar Bradfordvllli': wu on .- j 1' > 0 ,
e as atderman.aublect to the primalry : ; 'cstilariaj fiber k anllltl .eddrcu.' :
his Monday night'agd! as he '
was } through' a < ark section of ,election. .. called.for September.. ., 20th.. ,Sister MjGene] ive,1; Superior, TOMORROW .. .. :
] : St. Joseph's> One :
the hewas fired upon with a cademy. Quarter
"shot$ 1 tj: the hands f MANDA IN. : : I Ie : : FLORIDA 'J', o
gun an assassin The many friends and supporters of -+ ..
cone aled it the thicket. The shot Alderman J. I.Wllson have so persistently 't I I' I oh" >: .. [
klllo him iastantly. An Idling : ; > ((25c.)
I negro
urged him to stand for reelection r
who was'alter( :arrested as a suspect USITYo .Sept: .
t that he has finally consented, and t
confi ssed I | the crime l nd stated that : ', .
,be' d se ,a1 other n groeS had,become will' therefore be in the race before the I f .I 'j. will be returned
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mem Ars of a "Be ore. Day" club ,primary on the 20th Instant I '
and hat i jfelljto[ his ot to kill'Mr. JL 1 J 'tH.fol'lc1a{ :. ,

Eppc,i aga nst,whom)U e' gang had agrle'fILDr.e ?1 .FOR CITYTREASURER.t, I 1_ 1 0!, th !' to each customer! el
because the planter owed J : .
Firs lass :
I -- rovison. 4
one'if the I : ,
mem >ers tw nty cents,
..Through at I tie turpentine districts Chas. H. Garthslde Is a candidate forCity IFUige .1 f 't !! ,on each dollar'sand ; ..
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of F onind Georgli where: manydeep4rale Treasurer to succeed himself sobiect -' I '
i I.gro* are c ragregated the to the will of the-voters to be d e1- BOD >T newt m laniuni.; I : c ntinue to 'ti
feeHng; .nt nd red by the discovery Ignated at the primary.election on the I I. ."..clall! Eqolpptd.Hr 4 worth, o{ goods! :.

of tliese" plots to mnrdi r and plunder 20th instant i Fac of most (0 .j j f. 1// ,
II. b< cominaj,' Intense{ 'ai d there fa',no ., I OJ hoI adyepetiati.y .. G' j l : i 0 .F
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tellli g whift this state of affairs will FOR COUN 4.LS Our >>trtto: Sound moral. (I Ocl 'ber' \: .. fro theY..purch.. .
end Alrejdjy! _a mass n eeting' 'of citizens AN'j' tbtb.I -i.orauodcitirenahipA : 0 f" '' \J.I ';l T. I. '

hu been called Ir Leon county Thereby announce myself as a can nut I 1k ""r"5 tII .' lake Uh.Ibdda 1 .s ; f ''rl : -
Flpr da. ti 'deal with j the situation. didate'for.member of the Miami" City ( 5 du

The] feel fai that I vlclnlljr that life and Council., : ]I--; 1'1 ," -, t. I,,. -SALE, ingthe.twePtY.i t !' '

property aji | no!,longer iafe under the! ,r. W. H.;McIntyre. IS L. '. f ,, !1 '
clrcamstanc 'and "s >me "effective t days'sale.! -
r 4'! e :
meats of jfc aklng. them safe'' must be FOR CITY CLERICJ.j ,I :
'd vtk jfto doubt ;'Ith communities '. I. r M' '
I hereby canl Real lEstatelnvestr o
similarly ; announce myself u a ,
Afflicted wflf atch the trat- .'
didate far re-election! I ; l'
to theoflce f
com of the Leon count r meeting with ,
>. consJderab ttjis Inc ,< Interest bent citizens city, clerk and tax. assessor.It R.. Kellum.''', rlents1Ila1I' .>; We have. just* taken: an Inventory, 'and : fii d that :the-Stock
i upon the of t
..thesi sec' onsfto t act with extremecaution + ,', "us' P+fkdlt Rebrp. e 'must Be by at least. w { :
at coolness u der then try- & FOR MAYOR. 0ta6L ) reducer 55,000; 'to rrfswh aka tom! for our :

.Ing fxindlt 1 ns. I lilt U hi rd. to be lUre At' the earneit solicitation of his Wfccfcss.J ;' kssrwct *W Uass': '

.to ..'..trali'' thetlger wlihln'ns" on ocesclMs I many friends John Sewell has consented 'ENIRf: OlttC TAUN Of ESTATES. I 2) new' P all, Goods. Money Saved is money m .Be. t ; '
i candidate
Ute the. murcer of: Planter ,become a tor reelection ,

'Eppis,'baUt| ls:| thereto all the! more t as Mayor of the City'of Miami' at i b ,. I .' .I 1' }
eredjltable tp the coma inlty when the t th 4.primary tobe. held on :the ,20thnst aMJI-Z; lUSTfR.BfCK'i i 4 4I' t I :1{ -. '- ., .' I! I
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fed&g of{ Is restrained andk' '
__ vengeance_, .. '
.. "" 1.,1 ,Buy .
5 rjfawH of : :
saw wiucnme4 suvara r"i sumcieni 10 Buy Us /
Is allowed to'takejti .
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therrt : j I : j I|

n the m Atlme. If there' be'mlssloncounts. '*
f aries In afl, section of t ie country who Save Then Y>five'Cent

I,' y f eel. j that tbey.can accoc ipllsh'anything atnrday' an 'M; day > :

(.bj la 4ie W&r..*, of leading &e lawless ne- .
trois of >South Georgia md Florida outj' ,

of the errbrs of, their way-* task that t ;
:j think what tthis r'7
Jut 25i
i thus whltf neighbors have,j tried laTali | p cent.' discount, will mean tQ" : ;

: ,i-iti 'i aid be best 'or them to try : '

't ,to i iafce 'i e at' empt' soon.;as poaslrUe Btargain ) ys you i i buying goods that you' will naturally:":i! eed any : +
\ ]'I' ., i ; ; way.
v." e w r' 'te people of these; sections S .1'' .I : J l -
l' j I 0
.....'going 1 o,protect'th uselves against 0 '

murder, t arson, !i and r>bbery. Those 1 -.ATDOANE ., r, I / 0

fore Day", f clubs"bate &'Ot/o,go. I,It, j I', it 0 Renumber that we will give with each dollar's'' .
>, J wortfi o

: Y. an tl'wajrs,' .willln,s to assert that :COI 'S o ..>, I I, l.' ,,, '
.. there is li i good housekeeper in the I o of\ '
.hop;. the'' backyarl 1 Is I t decorated I l' I,. : : goods purchased a chancel at a ; : I :;

r'' with ph D !and.boD1 OCkL''';, y 1 I'' i .

I' Perhaps 'oa [have noticed:that wj envan's A RARE :. R i UND TRIP TIi. KBT; [ TO THE 'WORLD'S, FAIR it.
a |i icked schemes have,been esc : ,
!;.1 poiedplain press heMASTERS begins to com. PPORtutliYj. .
: abfcithe'L|I tlon jo irnals." .j = St.LcuistU .Mo.-_ ) .
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; Thet i rah<> never lad ji toothache .' (! by '. : T" L .. .".. '", "; '. .,
1 to ml ways nick I to recummend i dent Housekeepers ;IF' ee
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f.' I i i lam In ,a s I ten. I I ::1 I .
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f"t Towels I'illowlGases' Sheets : I '! ,! .
p.oo ;,Screven''' 75c-Elastic Seam Drawers for A
:. ; Tadeiol ind ; by virtue l'Jot a deforedosnr SOME' EXCEPTIONS $2 and Girls School Shoes $1J6. .
M *- md sal Issued ebur 0 .| We. Bclya
'j a and 60c ok 'I'
Quilts Rtsw School e
otft of th a i Circuit Coon of the Seventh lock The Puts <
t. I } 25cUnd$2HaU rear. Zoo{son Underwear.. 40c 01 ly goods not I .. : I' .
,. /Odldaf jarcult of no In and for 0." :
} V rtda. $1. Boys' School Pants, i
)c:;; .Dd county. In a can ie therein pend4AK. n"this life i is lreSh cum late ,, .. or $1.60; f3 Hats,for $2.25. ncluded n'this sale. are 75c.i ; .
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iki, .
: $7Tn $5% : Truuks
lI s0 Shoes for 5.- $10 .
$UO. $7.50L
who ein'J. A. Ro iblns and L. W. e ,
., Bobbins >his' wife, ai>'complainants, f .I.j r *? contract. joods that-,. 'we $5 Suit : .
Ca e ;$ .15. I !
( $3 Shoei for $2.25; $6 Hanan Shoes for I ,
:' aid E. C Lanier and anale H. Lanier, (0'' are not allowed to cut i
1 $ Shoes ;
4 i '- 41 J n UQ; $7 Hanan. tor 15.25, 100 Si tts of Men's"aothlnj wlll'b. .
tr h!s wife W. N. JohniMi. the Bank ot I : / put,

4' F Bay Bu yne,!. a corp >rauon. Lucy J. !' i '1200 Pal*.Men's, Boys'. Ladies's 'and Stetson He Is. Kawes Hats on t Bargain Counter and sold for
3 hn.on jwiuiam D. Hughes, doing : Child en's Shoes:. on ..our Bargain Queen Qualt'' Shoes i Overafc.THEU .lesi than New York Cost i j .
f blslnesa. i and I Counters! to go regardless of Coat I ,
as Hughes : Company. 1 1N} :-r{ I I. I. 14 Sdts Mixed Goods, former price At.
tie fianl ord Loan and Trust Company, -y ) I ,
<-$r. Mackintoshes to at ",50 $12 I i4 .
go ; $8 to go for $3.85J '
'a corporation are def jndants, the undfersigod "
Meaea hoi
Choice Live st t Poultn' Mack toshes. I '
$9. .
ilteats i
It muter In chuctry. will-sell, ''H ,
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: i' I j'utite lkttentioq -' 17 I 'a
Fancy. Worsted, e
a publl : Auction, In f i ont of the Court '' and dre sed poultry Umbrellas.1 ; i CHANCE sits prices
A I T. E A T M E N T; (f$L25 ; ; $i Umbrellas. '
at Miami, Florida,, during ( $1%. to go for $5..6G .
t cues|( oor; o ,i "
$1.50.I :This thewill
is positively
lega Yours of sale on the first Mon I
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to .1 i.
:: i 27 Si Men's
Intoctober, A. D, lpM..the same be- I I II S ocMeos t. t: h.RauLeRSOe sl 50c Mei's Shirts 40c; $}-Men'a Shirts, Last Ch t' Fancy Tweed. prices' i
l/i g thi iird day of si Id month, to the. l j I cr1..ao npatb ed tb meat eol J I 75c;,, : 2 Men's Shirts $1.50. r5 1Yo':!. an to go for 795. ..
: if lg1 eat and.best bidder for cash, the I Corner 13th St- anti. A'.D Ij r+ tens a.r. i. lave r.1 I .. 'I' \' I ; .

J *.ow described r*1 estate of the i I'I 0 'f' $2 Men t Pants, Jl50.J3 ; : have, thingthe year... of buy-' 42 S its Men's Outing suits, prices. $u.I.

ten it i. E., G. Lai iler.and 'Fannie1 I '" I .1 ": '" $2 and I."$2o| to for I 'I.I
v '.-- --- Men 8 Pants $2.25. : es 'goo d that go $11.65.rf .
H. Lankrj his wife an 1 W. N. Johnson i r- .rp'; { : : :
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1 ring Ud[ being In tl e couty of Dade f-t'--w-tr- ays i w 1'f ,$- Mens Pants,.$3.75., : ; 17 B iys' $%.60. Suits to go for $1.85. 0
mad '
b l nd Stale t of Florida o: so much thereof ) Corner AenncB| anijith!* Street. ;! are' fat 75c on the t; I.
JLSO.Ifoys' and Girls' School .Shoes, 22 I a'fLb0! Batts
s majbe' sufficient t> satisfy, said deaid ; ,. THE dollar. Don't miss it. : School to go for .
f. .1 $1.20' .
poets ot sale, towlt: A. MUL.J.tR '" i.... $2fBrothers_ '
.. Q. P Proprietor. A .
Lot flve (12) an reweii, .I. .. .
*li1f4v. lvht < .
th neenXU) of lock
a + 38), rth: of the clt of Miami Fk>r* -I .

;i I la. according to a iiap of said c1tys SAN'C GS 1 1roMEitY $

i aads Mr" AL.. Knowli on. CL a. and reCourt. ii : i
e tnlthe o0ce the'Clerk of the M .' ,
In and for Dade county :
'Irc ':"'d6) I day.i aad !) o .'r e o oeso.'ee, eoeooeeooe eoo.
year IC>> ,, o o
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