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 13, 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
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System ID: UF00076097:00155
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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i.,. Vol. 1. No.: 1 J SUMwl' :: .. .MIAMI] FLORIDA?i TUESDAY.! SEPTEMBER r I 13. 1904.; I ,u.-seatrraa e rea tta, ,, ; ,Price 5 Cents tf..l! 1

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;Expires Suddenly Sunday Afternoon bert McGrlff Victim of Gasoline Ex- r "

f From Heart Failure.R. .' ARE BURNED TO MADE BIG "A 1 plosion This Morning. > 3i

= kn'01l'n Jr' CHILD( DRUNK < I
belter as
R. Thompson,
yt NEED'PA1So |While destroying a bed of ants In .
r- 1\( I j ; Bobble" Thompson agen B2 rem and! C >' f r. ,;,;: 'I yard on Fourth street this morning I ".

a tinner by trade died suddenly Sunday I. ---
I I .c : Robert MoGrlff. chief engineer at tt
failure'at his I
," I afternoon of heart Death and SIX Others Injured jn New York BY Hokilna Up Rock Island Railroad 'electric.light. t plant was quite .paln- '!1-
room Eleven Sam :
Avenue D. near
: Ttxigrophs'I' l G lch on Raybi rn end Adam Silcox Were .
:1 \ rlly burned >bout ,the arms, more ''1
, :' fJID street. Ilouseillre I? last Mght-Tbelr Boo f .
Tenement Today Many
i lally on the left one, by an explo
Russian Warsh had been bere two o: Pta ed'on Trial Today
"Ahout Thompson : *
js Bravery 'Some $15.000: oj ou of gasoline, '"
Acts of Rencue Work $20.000.Davenport
't :: three -reara or more and was a con I
'1 "I H.f It appears that Mr.. McGriff had '

> 4' r 1". ". I .ri' .. splcuous" character: about'the'streets gaso1n'e"over one bed of ants i '//1- :::
He adfcted to liquor and subjec "
J I ,
'r, I nd set It on Jflre. Later'he returned
''I and It Is said hat I \ 1
to periodical sprees In the Calm: Co rt..Tbe Case
:; Now at D fran dscWar, : been/' In thla'condltlon the last sevens New York, September 13.Seven persons ,:It;' September 13. : Investigate the result and found.themes .

'. 't. Japaaese loaU Jump: Away : day*.. Sunday afternoon! he 'got u were burned to deal.h'I'and six seriously reported f here {that} he Rock' ; apparently, another* bed burned or out ants but nearby dis and Occasions a Stout legal Contest '.j

g 1u1et 111 Mukdea. I after having slept all day ,and, aftegtlrring'about injure In a tenement, house train which,, left 'Cil :ago last at had not teen burned. He started Olte Court Matters; Settled.. ,1
;j a e Jew minutes was 1;.fire on 71st street, .at an early bon was hel ad"'up at mile post 320 pour gasoline cn them and when, he I --

." .a 4, f" I IWashiugton a stricken short dime with afterwards heart failure. ji f and died I [ day. More thin twenty families j 'ere'sleeping ;Dld.Dlghl. ,' A Iafe.!In' the. the'eiplostv eftuid caught on fire l, _, :

'* "'f ij Deceased came here Mlddlebnrg In the] house at the time ot the wag blown open'and I Is frond a live ember In the pre I .

., 4 s 13.-b ety i and was unmarrled, He from leave a brotbj-' discovery of he [fire, and many'facts: from '$15,009,40 ,$20:0: 'was t ; fire and ,quickly communicated to [', All of tl \Is forenoon'! session of the !,!
can. In endeavoring to throw then county coi rt was consumed In .
i 1 ry Morton recefvie a dlspatchi today 'er and one'' niece at Fort Meade. "The of bravery were, committed by the; fire the the trial
I In1! resculng'the ro away fro i him gasoline' was scat of the cas i'of.;.the State of Florida VSo., :
Goodrich mend yesterday afternoon men and police eqdan-> '
frof Rt i Admiral ( co funeral took place .
over his left arm and that. mem- Sam Ray irn and Adam .
Silcox. 'white
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. iduadron,, that be had at I! 3_o'clock from the undertaking parlors gered occupants.l j .L COMS ''H ME.It' ,
Pacific >
the r enveloped In flames.
1 f
4 .. charged vlth I cruelty to children 'b1
JL King; Rev. F, Pasco .
a caused to be male an Inspectioi of the t of H{ DADE, (COUNTY SCHOOLS. The lire was quickly. extinguished making o e, ,J. R. Campbell, a twelve _,

': I.'Russian cruiser: If na, Ft mcispo, officiating;Jbe Interment.being- la tlje lIaml Rica Expect d Tonight ( not befon i he. had been very 'pain year old b >intoxicated' "
? the Morning \
and that she waaj afSaD In need 'of [city cemetery, .Will' Open Oct. 3J And' Not Sept 26'as ., ": and serJ1! >usiy burned.. The Injury The'cas > Is ,being stubbornly fought,

THE'] SUMMARY. ., Previously Annouh ed.. '. 'as Immedla ely.dressed by Dr Erlck- pro ecuti g attorney J, T, Sanders, aasisUd *-
; repair ::1 Company'1., Wan i Rifles, : of the' HedCross Pharmacy, 'and by H. Seymour for the I
E'; reporttuj.j' thd nature 1- -r--- --- ) Jaudon;'IS expected h me either sUfft'rer'ade fi .State .
*iThe shows I III Conditions v Are Improved Except n Superintendent Z. T'Merritt. of Dade or from comfortable. Price t Gautler for the' defendants..
f/ i merdln
f t of the repair Nid to be necesskry. but Portions of Texas. county public( schools, .IJ 'in' the c/tj Va.tomorrow,' where they we t-from' the Five witt esaes'were examined' for the

', >' ,the official ofl he. Navy Department. -- j today from his home at Buena Vista.Mr. encampment at SL gu8t1ne J W RK SOUTH, OF MIAMI. State all twelve for the defendants ;}

if:, decline to make mblic 'this ; of the Washington, SePtem r 13e : Merritt says the .'retort! tha(I/the 1 provisional' rsgjwent to attend th subs'ce cf the testimony for the .

r .for weather b rean'i weekly summary'of public schools of Dade! county7: would : Church kt Larklns Flourishing- State -bet ig that the defendant rare '. ..,-,,,,":;-
ha n : military :: ..
] tlonal tuan
That report : vets "" .
;.. telegram... .11' the crop conditions says\pt\ cotton: open September.L i 2(5.( is .n error| and Very ball heard One to be Organized* at Silver Palm.-- j' the.Uiy: iquor "lmdvlnauenced him.to> '. : .,
warded to the ate Department for: action. "While the rust.and/Bedding,continues that ther schools will not ,be opened ; and n ,, drink It until he had become tntoxl.ted "

*> portion the cot- company reglm'nt since Rev. A. J, Reamy. Jr., who has been ,'wl ile that for the'defense U Intended JJ!
! .{; .. fl|| I ,l over a large of until October, 3rd: a* he ) require : :;
: rival Man
u.l nd..uae
/if"'. 'Admiral Goodrich .also repo ed that ton' belt reports. of injury from these, I that they shall be opened on the first) the'soldIer at bt.ttr Florida, most effective missionary work t show that the boy was not

L less numerous than Jn previous nearestto' October lf the' East Coast this summer, given th i ]liquor, but that he took It
iditlon are lit/which
$ boiler In bad n causes Monday i
tie Lena's jare Interested In turn. '
r f" weeksYln the central"portion the will make the beginning Jot the school encouraging report from the from th< defendants while they were

and that to make tempo repairs weather baa beea exceedingly;f avor- term on they] above mentioned date.. of all of the membe tlf the Uer local tie*. drinking In a! certain place'and drank tIt

'wonld_- e"alh! eki,tsar fu11'"recoorcee i ble'for'plckluc; 'except in-portions' .By: special request; ot| ,the patron hu alnce been their taken arrival up 0't such Manassas an :: He preach' d at Larklns last Sunday t without their knowledge' 4

\ of the 3Jan'Francisco'machine of Florida and Georgia where the "work the school at Silver Palm opened the If t as a res It there were six conver The case was begun yesterday afternoon f :11
" t i rails, and I ''I lew. any! letter ave r : ., and m next Sunday he will with the following jury sitting
I'j ; has been hindered by first Monday:in July;and that at Lemon '. i
.L lahppa. | :
. L also if Sew bt lens ire picking has now begun j In.the. northern City on August 29th. Several of the from them. ; i ptlze, seven who bare. Joined the R.' S. Wilson. J. E. Water. J. C. V }!I
athat In '"
Ae The Florida was '
!: :\ ]' ctmrnt there. J, G. Crossland. Ewan Peacockand
t dllu.rU. negro schools are- also open This Is >> reen. "

'PIt' In, u Ca >.Uln, BerUu, of the "In Texas cote. .has Improved alig t- on account of the fall tomato and vegetable'crops gade'commandeod b4 Brigadier On the fourth Sunday In this month A J Flowers'At ,, 'I.
Lena desire, he;work will .take eight Ion Tasker H/Bllss the 1a :eh rch-. be organized at Silver the ';
n a few northern coontli,,but In which many of the '' not n today testimony was fla-
,: months I '' j of the sham andfilurlnc: at brigade with eleven members!'The # '
or shedd aa adjournment.waatakea
fruit .
._!e -theta life::>t. Is little! new scholar at the above mentioned place '.
Admiral G< bdrlch'J fn/theij Informs '. Blue Army, to house recently until 2 o'clock this afteaoon'when' '
rveevil new com-
rims I school
a forming U. boll !! puncturing are required<< << to ..ork,.. -
..tae authoritlei has surrounded nearly all'the ae;. squares In The outlook generally j good for'"a was thrown "west; of L-.v.Bull Run t I will" used for meeting of the Pro ecu Ing JAttomey Sanders opened ,

the Lena .Ith' rih. of ton doboat* the aouth'tresterncout.. central andeastern arge attendance 'at all the schools the ulu Ford and abo the Stone chuxhes and ,other',organlza- for the State. He will ba followed by '

and* destroyer|| ; wif pratect.her counties, u well, as in,some of coming season, said Mr.j j Merritt' In a familiar spot to l' teraJ1B"of *, Mr.' .Reamy preached In the, Mr..Pritje and it will'probably be night, I :t

trom Injury aha ajpoasible' at *ck, andIniure War Full details of that part story of this building the'tlrat or later before the case la given to the :;
; : ,
" ; counties. [ Mis
northern the Miami school one teacher
the j iJ] I provisional .
her remaining saf el r In the '* i b1 Colonel Sackel t. rellgio is service was held there. Jury.' ,
Sara has been added to' theHighSchool
karbor1 until l,flnal decision baa been ,, Bayne ment will be learn when the to ,' 'Befor "the of .
:THE COTTON MARKET j as an ass slant to Mis -. He bring! encouraging reports u I noon adjournment ,

rcachot regarding! her* disposition.-T New York Sept 13.-Future* opened Battle Carpenter., In the lower school gets home, prosper ity 'of' this portion of. the court t< lay George Wellington a subject ..

,. t M strong. September. 1040; October 1019() ; increase RoBB -which he says ha a splendid of >rest Britain was admitted to '
\ \ there ban been no and the MRs FLAGLE WAS .
WAt1R ?1USKS\JU)4\ November 1027; December 1025; January teachers-with and gives promise of being the citizenship of the United State "
| San Fraadi4oi 11 ber 13.-War 1035: April. 1026; same one j or,two exceptions o'f citrus and other traits and a. YESTEkDAY AFTERNOONS
: j k 1030; Much that,jliad charge last term; will A telegram .
.1 ports '
;, risks ton ear Japan i :
garden section.DEMOCRATIC SION.
a7 May 1038 | be there this season. : and fromE'Newport In the St. .
from 'on' rter of ) tel1lay '
; "
jam> yeste to
'I Prevl MIS the taking np of the
t u the SEPTEMBER It Is probable the school at Cocoanut tine Record, .: rf"I. SES'I'I
:: awnt'tottitKandflyeireult: ST. LOUIS DAl;. 15. LEADERS CONFER. of the State .vs. Sam Rayburn'
Miss ;
S' a c( th;| i fcrr val, and p nce of ,"-, 'j j Grove.."" ezt! Smith, principal lie 'will bepened' Society was s ed today --' Adam Silcox' yesterday afternoon
Monday the patronshere inystrious 'thief
> a
( the Russian miser, Lens !In this portf St..- Louie' September'13.-The cumulative I' Sews' j Esopus: JJ"?. Y" Sept 1L:-August Bel- court iaposed"of the following
with one exception,, have madea operating with gre t profit
L- preparatiqn of due month iwlll -it of Npr w York a member of the t'por motion 'of the defendant's attorney =;
| It be opened on "this had e' beautiful
request 'lIonalres ma
I TION. Ithat
10 CHANCE: IN SITU have its realizatlols'on,SePt mbe 15, Executive' Committee arriv- the ease against,lay Richardson _
' No : ute,' and if agreeable to Miss Smith, k Flagle his vtc 1m. Ii Is "
ii, t Se: Petr ljvirg' | Septebei' p., which Is St Louis Day at the World's school was rich ; ; at _Ro< mont at 9.1"j tonight He and Jas. T, Osban charged with iI l
la rob
nation at who now conducting a private that she br a +
chance to reported In the si Fair, Every"effort hu been put forth 1 1 1H j s .met there by William F. Sheehan. forntcs' tionj was dismissed and the de-
,4 here, the term will begin then., woman, who lea. nfirmed \
',. the fronton*jonflrmatlon: is] unobtainable by. the1 Exposition management 'and L__' KlRELl }, I of the.executive committee, fendan discharged .from custody.
of her
Iac. For the sa
t Genera n e.
hsre.ofjtbginportU: the citizen of ..thWorld': Fair [city : a long! confrence'was held with Man -Glt' n. charged with aggravated
!C OF DANIEL BOONE police all her Ictlms have
c" Korokl Is 'nxplng: northeas: of Muknotlceably- to make the day the biggest In the!history say : { Parker: Mr. Belmont left for assaiil on [one Josephine William,.
of the stolen
her on the return ',,'
t den. The authorities are of exposition! All of St :I York[at a late hour. plead 1 not !guilty and after a trial,
atoiim- Louiii., 13. West of theForestry.Fish Id' J;
St. September Mrs..Flagier's
f more': reticent'than usual literally will part) pateln'the -: I j Judge Parger declined to discuss the by Jui y'; alas found JidltJas: charged;
: ; and .Game building'attheWorld's'Fair stolen at a lawn fete. The ba '
T of Yenta prepared tomark conferencel ,- thougl 'tence was deferred for the
ited. program 1 J-
JAPE SEEN EAR M EN. is the Missouri 'Annex lamed five one t ousand ;
; : visit
'. I the ceremonies! ,Stores, factprlesand : j The to New'York, of Henry [ present r scampi .
SL PetersturJ 'Seplem 13TbeEmperor consisting of a small zoological Sight one hund dollar bills I'
business not]only the Democratic nominee for
places"qf '
other I '
,.. bait h rr..eeI1'ed. a dispatch garden and' a typical! hunting lodge, drafts for,ten tho sand dollars 1' '
In' StLouis, .roughout the! surrounding I e. 'Te ldent, at this time will- bq Ign was to devote September to
; from ,Generil]Karopatkln innounclng containing camping .outfits, and collection To k, also a long! neck chain 'of !
a' country Within a radius of theioccaslon I of a conference organ zaUJn and October to actlye held
considerable f Japanesehave and animals and Bftphlres and diamonds
r / that a force c of mounted birds thirty
:: { 300 mile, will close! on, that day to .: c leader upon the issues of work, in the way of speeches and club
tiles southeast : historic and four thousand Hollars. The
been Beep twenty-five i of old curious or weapons i '
e .
I enable j'employee to attend. Many_of campaign Senator Gorman.; of meed gs, making It more vigorous
Mut4eu.; .No furtler engage- the'robbery, foij that is .
?? : of the big business house. besides grantIng trophies | Maryland), will arrive tiers tomorrow, from dayto| day and the last 'two :;,
.the wall of this lodge Flagler Insists It[was, has
j went are rtfortfed.fr Hanging on '
employee holiday,j have F. Sheehan-chairman of '
: William
I their a document of considerable historic entire colonjFAIR \ ; week the;[most Important and Intense .
'a J Is '
a '
1"<""i : presented, them with| free tickets > of National Executive Committee and of al.' This plan has not been alto-
LOOKING) : FOR WORIC interest being nothing less than what
I admission to. the world'sgrounds. : Meyer chairman of the-State-com getbe without criticism, and there'has ,-;
September 13. More than claimed be the deed of property GROUNDS '
Chicago, $ is to first their
., j wll| ,return from -visit to been a demand from some prominent
roen strikrNi at I / 13-The
thousand form within the limits of present StjLouls.Sep.tejnber : '
even races
In Glr ; where have conferred
l Tbeiairship now pro Esopus! they Dem< rote that the active work should --
11 theds The deed Is' made -th population'of .
tie stock d"l gathered State of Missouri. ; Fair grounds,
._ will be a feature of St. Louis Da Judge Parker. It Is possible that be commenced at once and the people,,
for i ork. About famous Daniel Boone, according: tho latest figures
thi looking by the pioneer "
1ff' also from now until the Fair ( David.B. Hill from.Albany James .1. aroused to the usual Interest of a president l- *,
taken on 1815.' It sets than 132DO'a day, is ?
eleven tian ed of them we re under date of May.6th, more
rial'flights In balloon and de gable I of New Jersey John R. :McLeanof jI canvass.' ,
and the others |were left.t a try again"tomorrow ; Inventors forth that;In consideration of "Three. criminal standpoint freer from of Pennsylvania 1
airships by the most famous Ohio, James Guffey It has not yet been determined that
'and dollars the than territoi of.like size a
: Hundred twenty par- any
i tFIREHI : In the world will take place. > : 'August Belmont and DelanceyNIcoll Mr. pavls .will 'visit Judge Parker at y
first "doth bargain sell. latlon in the wo t "
of the part
SFS IN SESSION., ,The|Fair I* now bencwell.at at ended ty : records of of New,York and Secretary Cry this ImeJ, 'It was not his Intention to
and Ir' William Accordingto
cede, en ec>
are'crowded I )
and the weeks and days Woodson will be present at the confer when he New
Esopus to
i ptember 13.-The! annual there i gott [came :: '
Chattanooga; ; : made "a certain tract or parcel of Land lying Louis police department I "
International with special- events. each being j YorU In case Judge :Parker desires :
iof the I o/a
convti,tli i iThe and being situated on the Missouri been at murder case of : I "
of,'not&ble'leaturea., liver Mr. Davis planned to .,come to New; to nsult him, Mr. Davis will to *" f
Fire Chief, assembled up Saint Charles. cases c < go
:,; Association) of,, Rl1'er.I the untrtof> ter and only twd that .
going'onand stockmen and desires to exchange :-
Chief WR show |ls now York.some time ago .
Ided by Rowjmbnt.tiairman
: here today prei over: and of : containingOne the code as fel4ny and one "
from all parts 'of the world are partlc- Terretory, 'lIfIOuri. views with the leaders here. Taggart c.lled'* on Mr.
Joynerl at .Atlanta- J Hundred and sixty-one has been dismissed:"by the ;
lot leadIng Ipatlng In (pie competition > the Acres Gorman has not been in New Dav atl the Fifth Avenue Hotel
the II ) today
;. More th|, one hundred offer- which If proceeds to ,describe.| Jt.is There has been reported to Senator ..
country prizes. which are the largest York since the first meeting;of the not1
,, but IIU'asituation
fire. QShtejr* ,ot the ( are fi I sighed uat :the County aforesaid l and less than $2,0001 worth of the t p waa :
,''. ; of kind. It was announced -
ed In contest mmlttee.
wits a this, Executive disc seed at any,length. Mr. Taggart
present wiW their, aijd"daughters.tmong { .. be a above written",by Daniel Boone, with erty, only five arrests'of pl -
present are Chief T. The middle of September 'attested the: tha'n at the time of the appointmentof wasI told! that the Democrats were
>-* IJt-nose John BJCallaway 4 by justice have been mad and less
Chief- ..busy'jperiod at th,iFalr.. Texas: will I the Executive Committee that Senator and" :
and ruln West
I I hop Virginia
acltIIonTll j were
{ found
W. Hane .tot| : weekj' beginning j today.. of the peace John M. Callaway; and of drunkenn!!, can be I I '
A. J. Harjli. p| Tampa j jThis have, whole states recorded' byj the county recorder Wm. records,' The cases of Gorman would be/in'close touC'hwith ma n'g every effort to carry the State;
and I *
morning the firemen paradedto September, 12, &jnany ] Christy ';'- :, duct have been yery few in : the1 I Democratic campaign, and : tba therc 1) were'large pluralities to
the will celebrate their special days In Jr'l, the would have the benefit i come that .
meeting aded by discolored\ that managers ore but the united Dmoc-
the 1 ofj servo 's crime \
plat the The eIs I blotted, and the most ',
1 In case
departmentMemorW rapid succession. of advice and counsel. SeveralDemocrats raei and divided Republicans would (
: drum corptt" otjth{ and staff kccompanled torn : at the creases/!.and corners, ;but that of fence ramping, of hrs .
lerdses will be held to- governor of the State amongt those who urged ma e victory possible.! Mr. Davis told -'
writing several ie each day.
rtect \
will the | is,clear,[easily legible, are : .
large participate .
I Ir delegation .
'I II by a record stolen that Gorm.n be made chairman of the oth r frleud. ..bc> called that he was I '
night I exercises. not at all discreditable. I The pf '
.' in the the 14th, The property' traneferred'waithe old ported bears oat the claim'of National Committee suggettedlast quO e ,sanguine ltattel.S. In West Virgin ?
follow on
'it'i,.'s [LEdAL PAP IS. Electricity Day In I Boone homestead.,The log cabin where partment that the. bad men of \h week that the Maryland Senator should a.: I I.,

-. The fol owing paper rre filed for with'more novel spectacle'closing Palace of Boone cad lived .with' his family remains try do no care (to visit the come toj New York and that_bin advice C airman Taggart will, leave for the
with the mat ,
record to|iie'i!j>ffl ee: of ele rkot the car .the evening ablaze 'with light thrown i upon it to this day and is carefully The;splendid imputation of ;[ be sought' as to various features of the W "Wednesday and will spend the

cult'eo rtfoday{ ; ,' Electricity preserved" on account of Its' patriotic mond among"crooks and the campaign. It has not been determined day} at French Lick' Spring In Indiana

Deed..BiridA )(Fast!; Co> t RrCota open to the'public. Its day. September associations, :although" a new, precautionary, I measures whether Senator Gorman will, make. an anc several" days at Indianapolis and ...

: Cora Johnson form.0e, 1 >t 10, block 9. \Mexlco. wm'celebrate attendatcefrom' commodious' and modern. building having Chief Klely-have served to k Indefinite stay In the,city.Jt Ch eago| While there hewill take'up

Beach. 16, and: a large I remarkably free Is[t expected that the conferenceof the subject of Western hea qaarI -
;wet Pay '' to-the south Is assured. -, been ,erected,.itj has not been used Exposition I .
Twd.rtorida East.Coist Ry.Co. to our .sister of the exerises'onthat for more than forty, ,/ears aa a' dwelling criminal cI&IIIEJLAnotb Democratic leaders will be generaland ter*: The subject ,will: be discussed, at

Forest Gf en ,or.173.00 1A llv block... A will feature be participation of theMedian place. |From .the Cashes family the I r feature 'of 'the police allj plans of the campaign will be th< coming "conference but. it la not

West Pat? B81"- I day the Band the! 'official property 'has passe down by ,Inherit : vision that ia pften remarked discussed the work.that has been done exjiected that definite'announcement

Warranty deed. D. C. William and I Artillery Republic:, which[ l* now Ana to.M. A.. Watson, the,,'present visitors la thJ absence of as well-as" the. proposed ,work, ,of the win' be.-made until Mr. Tacaart >- .

e4I to $.'s.'Halsten* addition for io$125.00 Miami lot.17. band playing:ot an the engagement' at the t'Fair. owners; ,peddlers aboutj the,entrances ;I future.). The. first"general plan.of.the' tdfns.' .

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l CheathamIJ.IL' ,Patterson, S.-I. Company'I its principal place of but THE JEV 1SH NEW YEAR,' ,t "t '
Conrad. J.:A. Parriih., Allan R.Rhodea. II ness hall I be ', Miami, Dade cjanty, I Bargains In Grapefruit i t Groves =
"COCKT JtlKSESK. I "" Crosiand,. J. G., B.:W. I I 1orldq!, and Its principal business Is. Being Calibrated ThrOugbou't the, I
.'?.Tjl. .Chie'Juatlee. I Ir. Clark, P. C. Rose. C. J office shall be located in said city; but :: E: tire World. j" i I I'

..B.a.aster)& .',...r.--ca'elnrnx ..-J .I Drake, GastonDouglas Rellly.! .. J. B. I',r the Half corporation1 shall have the :f'. -:-" j"I I I Ei! ht Grspefroit Groves, three to five tea old in fine condition for salt

CX>Duaai .Court.tlouato.ayot JndK 1 who ild e *baddreaMlih t* officialtHapreinf <' E. B Rush.. Dr. W. B.Rumph. .i'I[ power :'to transact business In any of I With the setting of the Sun; las !, at'Arc Creek station Tbene groves are 1 gated on avenues. lined with palms. ;;:. '

e Tlh t.Fla., : 41,''I Dorn J. K. Edw.Rkulerson. I the seteral; counties of the State of Thursday. the Jewish year 5665., was! 'I Alto! t. enty acre now being set nut. These groves,are budded to the choice "

t 1 I 1). h. SENATORS.on. I, Erwtn, W. W. C. H. Florida, and to that, hid may establish, welcomed by aithful! Jews throughout varlet of fruit. .Titles perfect. ,Will tak pleasure la .bowing.tbi. property :Jr_:

.Ji e r \'I1W""O: ach. "lIh.. Enloe.; Dr. G. Humph, Geo. i maintain: and operate offices and agen the world.an a cycle of :I to proapective purchasers. t

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: & JNGBESStlEr.inclng ; R. S. >ewell, E.i| G. 1 may desire to conduct: its .said busl- slight Intfrru tion for a !' bearerthe than any other variety ol\the cite t gamily, and realize at l least double _

.- nntDIHOB ; let: 1 emb UK Bart.CoaatU : )- Frederick J. S. feuielby. J, O. I ness l III .i The'month: ol Tlshrt Is given over bj I pri e of orange.' A four-year-old grapefruit grove, if properly cared for :
BobMKXID4 '. ... PalaliuLIf I rranx. J. 8. Sulzner C.: F., the Jews aln tot F .I
I u I\on. s. 1I..llpa'.lDaD.ID ; I ARTICLE II. ost completely ceremonials -! lionM! ptj all needed expenses, while ot gnt years ofae, it should be pay :

I 'I II Gerlack. A. P. Smith, Jnilus'Glrtman The, general nat te. of the businessto con: erted with the: jsyna. I ing 8 \ er.cent or more on a valuation of per acre. From one grapefruit

Bilt I 'I : 'lONERS.I' ., James Stoneman F. B. I IGOmpb. be }transacted b said corporation gogue. The I r
tU'COlUU' Go R. Sulzer A. EGautier shallone >e establlshiD l: ; and-operating of the New Yea.: and there a scarcely a $3IOOO ':' J i1

,. It.:H.B B B.ii*. Chairman. T. N. Shanahan, M. o more can idg factories iti'thestate s\IOtlon; the< Ivillzed globe where ten TOjE33\T: ; :H.P :. XTELSIi., E''

Mwfc J&IP<' v Graham, S. Sewell, John adults be |
J. U ; can found at which players l
.1 : of Florda.| i I corporationshall .
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Hofedqttk ten, and office" of th.1. :Board 8. Garthslde./C. H. Sermour B H. have ( will not be ol eyed I Fla- r 1
the to purchase own '
Tal.-b. 1 Gra 1ing. J. C. Ba telie. j.lP.. I power I New Years Day ,1s looked upon bythe.Jews '..
hire. rent build ware, pack
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.CO1lxIsPl NE Callatt'FS av, H. B. eaJe'll orj wit peculiar veneration I anti '
QI ; ing, store houses, boats, nets fishing I.
,,,liD el 1 )Ii.mt. 'I: Gautier;It. B.. T ylor. R. R. taekl'1! and all olier parapherna1lalneeded I I the ;method c f observance is ':epun.. ,

0&1IITB Gri ln& A. ,M. T rnage J. I. like that of ttieir Christian neighbors
N l DISTRKJT. ?I in Its'' bus! ness., It may also .. ; [ :
Glrtman. W. H.Hayes. ., Ti turn:IB., B.. and WNDOWand.DOORFRAMES.1
Emb I in rewardand lad Counties.:) i It is a day gi ven. up to prayer << ,the i .
; -T have the power to luy cell hold use,
: J. H. turn, J.H.| I ritual of the synagogue, and on f 1S'! '
ltoa., nick.. Palni I eacb.cot rent and lease il estate, whether! ; I, >-----1
HIllj L..E. rt ;
1 'j ) occasion Is o the most solemn cb rac.1 ...,. '
KEPR ..SEXTAT1VBVXGr : u!d for the Corporation or otherwise I Ii ,
o&D sir Hunter J. G. C. II. ,
; RajUcn" t i ter. This'f lival!Is known by several -; I'.

er.iW Inc, Fullord.cwpir Hill) William, \Vborton, ,F., H. __ I ,. j.1 I names. First as the Day of Memorial: :: f .,

'f DE ,lip.tedut HetberIngton.M! White. C. L. ] This( corporation i hall have the power .' a day.that I IsIs to say, in which the, Jew. 'ware making hundreds of Frame every month for the leading eom-, :'
: ndt!'I i Allen E.H' jnwr Miami. Ifeyser! A. E., Wall T. A. to contract and >e contracted with: exhorted t call to,memory his.deed Oracjors. and we sbocld make them for fou. \Ve do It'. cheaper and better. ,
T.iIa..MUoml. for the purchase and Ole of all material t
: M TJ W. W., Whaler IL T. Dateet
: 4Lvui Hall view Our
Orrk'B 'I IrriiIConrlwdReennlerOIDdrdr during the p sist year with a ol Improvement U the ,use of Bronzed Finish Ban Bearing Steel t
.Coconut .rove. Hahn F. W. Worley; G., A.. required, in its business, includinghorse > .
-It.UieflffAlohu U.1 D Frohock.Hi* .> I { amendment n the rays that .are to r Sash) Pullers and you should Insist,on, letting these In your frame What
( W. D. J I.Woodworth jHerner. mules, wagons; agricultural !
taxeii Tnoi. Hstdee. Cocoa Hughes, : Wilson 1 come. It Is Iso I known as the payofJudgment you have any building to do writ to. ,.
Aad" ofT: ark-LM" .F mIll, MUmLm Jonas. 1L 'E. : Wilson R. S. and to mor ease,''pledge any orf I I 'eP
nNr lulKlrliiirnrtellt i f Public JutnoaZ.I' >> Kolo. A. J. Umanles; C. I. all of Its proper : whether--rjarl i 01 all his h creatures. ,
on an great
M..mI1.IBot'oa"+ f"L '*. !! ; \ i The Eau Gallic Florida f
; personal, to Its Indebte lnessland ] !
W. secure
BoarOOutItI': 110 rs-lieu. ) books try !ned. in which are recordIgnatures I '! 1

> ,*.Cha1gman.W'ept Ptkr.| E. MtUomOa.aim Vetchj.Oikber. Kulford 1 PUTS AN END :TO IT:ALL. transact any and all businessIn I I eJ all the,.. of. the children: ..

Jobn&fttitl. .'clam8.' A.e1<'b!', C'lCO&lIut! the conduct of its affairs! ,the same of men, and all 'human souls pass bj : "': ---.f---- r-- ,
e t.LUUIIII. Cle k an( -Indllor 01! 'f *\
", Board ere:Hi. I A grievous vail ottlmes comes as a as a /.tiaWiral pcrsori !might do. and mayt'tc 'I in review b< fore the Creator n 'sheepbefore I :

8EESTH: : ItDJCU.i rest t. of unbrarsMs r! 'n ,fro"t overtaxed : and take ary and all kinds of the' E cphord. God thcafpMsca i / Coj I'
.. C.ntC1j .lar\1OrDo aDd. .b..Ulluntlet.)' ': .organs., Dizziness.! Dacltache.I I. !fisha clams lobsters, 'oysters, crabs :Judgment or all his human creatures,, i iI J, A. Rob ins & :

: '*" J DH. Tltuavitle LIver! complaint and Constipation; But crawfish. turtles. V, tc.s from the watery Judgment, 01 i each according [to hfs "

rtrmtt ro.e4 -. ,Tl>. Betres.urtando thanks to Dr. King's ,New Life Pills:, of Florida, where 1!; nd when not In violation I merits, wait ag howest't'nnUl tie Day' : .

CI..rll Val' T,. COD Deal-born I convents, MlmraU on Fin, then put an' end to, it 'all. !I They are i with the 'laws of the State ot of Atoacme It, ten !days later before :an.rn.ess'n: xijcl. Cnrri, Qge : ,

.YoudangftetlFonhh. I'I'ntI....,Pint Mon Mo, day yIn fKer Knvember.FourtV gentle but thorough. Try them.,'only!' Florida. 'Like"H? Sh '1J'It| ,have ,the passing His]final verdict.This .RepaLt9ryiuality I {!

"ODd''lb.ILI sprite 25c. Guaranteed by all drug !sts.<,, : pow r to produce rult and vegetables. I thou ht is well expr(, % in a i : :

AIE' oc COt: T: ----j _" The aid corporation: shall also'have I well known passage of the 5fd c is remember d (long aft.price 'is1COOLEY
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.COUD .bd.-A11enE.1: "YIK\MlamL.! ill tie power tab reo ln corporationsfor which runs follows: J
IOn'-.I.T !laDd. r .JII laml.' i '
.k 2. ,_ eroree wmutHprHta I 1\arFirst Mon ayin ,1..ual'; I profit under tl te laws of the' State I V"0n the New Years lay it isjwritten! :, forgo ten. "'

,:'..;L T.. Fl.t M.m day'Y ID In April July. ", Important express shipment was ; of I1 Florida and a so blunder *11 liabilities !and ,on the clay of'atonement' tlli 8I'at-1 I

},":-r. ithbbevM e "j .madely'.. Agent Constantine,' Thursdaymorning I i l and restrictions Imposed upon ed;; who are! to pass away and who are I. the :
AISEsvnL& Quality
f.: IIftmfSef'l'D-flmlO I ; : when: : 1e sent by, express j to ; said]corporation f > r'profit by the laws robe: createpwhOAret&livq; and who Make. Bargain f
wn Wbl .on;,RewriteC3CR1H l St. Louis the pair of Shetland'ponies i of the Stite. to die;.who by }heat and :wioi by) cold; tai Stse.r' I ,. ..i..
W'a14tA Sdiartsi
+ I PIE CTOBT.Birri owned b'W: P. Hatchett Mr. Hatch ARTICLE III.The .' I whoby fire! nd-who !by water! ;)[who, by: ,- '. ::1" ': > F1a,. ;

i it.Onrn'T AvenneO I"d'ilb .tTwt- eft jls now;In, St. Louts, and fie will exhibit amount ofj the, capital stock the sword: a id who by .famine' ;NhqDT[ ; I"

?'hlllda rwehytteryundsy rTcho! $l at lo orierk.>miDI B.ptlrt at 11 o'clock Young his fine driver at the xp 8ition. shaIe. 'tw nty- "e: thousand dollars, tempest an< 'who by, plague,' who are ..- : :: -,; ,' :

'. TcWi '.101I p m.TjAll: ,7nrarretloaevety are w>H.H J loj -Tropical, Sun.. | dlvl ed Into 250 'shares; of the par'value to'b9 at're<, t and who are be perturbed ; .... i. 7 ,
( w lle4. ,,!;aIr j w'. |8AI\TO.. .Putor.OUTM Pone hundred dollars each, and ; who 'ar > tot come rich"ntid' who :. f ff
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A big bull belonging to the McBride 'J : .1
Marto bteEniooeai,, ; comer Are- shal have the power to Increase the are :to hers me poor; who, are to be ;
Prai r lO..Unll wMn.. farm ran amuck 1I10ndayl! morning, f HORNED :
oe C AJI k k+trert- ; exalted &
} humbled d who but
1n.P.tf1ISunday Behor. at JO a.nv : catrltat stock to fifty thousand dollars.Thel at ; repentance .
tiyatPTMeb ,
soared people tossed a boy "
AI 1 im.: Kpw 4 f ell "" Mrw'p' numerous and avert the ,- I" .
[ praje* charity
stock be paid
C... certificate( life'to '
a.: :11 bintCtlOp.I ro.Hchoalflf4sa.ra.ij FrarwooD.t. seek and In pastures due time neW.departed' ,About'this a thousand _orn# 'cash? or (In ,property; labor:or evil"decree" 1,! The Real_ Estate ahd Rental Agents'site i /

M Bt'Jr.Oo"l"r/ '.nne C anJ llth services I the value of which shall be The last, ame by which! thq.TewishNew .1'

1 4 L n .K ac/tinQtlio'r,, / Prachln. .k a.at m 7p.Lfjr.et:15 Hunday. m. and x ys-some more. afoot; or ;less-aome nn a dozen jon'of horses,BoxTedder's : estimated, slid allowed! by the'.board of Year 's known "is "The| Day of I: 2th Street. ::::;::. Opp First Natknaf Bank.ijjmmmmmm .. i

JunlorlpWOrtrL.wt cornet madeof
p.kt7 : at their first meeting byres- Blowing th Trumpet, a
.'etn.wednesdaA rows Into the pound. directors
etlPayer ,
0o'eloek are welcome. olutions regular < ntered In their mlnutei -, rams' being blown In the syn- .
# nula' ":: ; i. A.tin in,Paitor., McBride bull was doing the honors- ; service I .'
.' 't *most' x n-;ague ;during the The sym-
.i cousins .
:. 'Tano-m C>"r eir.P.MrwtfMorpln E, AWIU* 8 and inch showing his country' the '" J. holism 'of uie cornets Is. of coilrse the ,-- .
< PTy.. t o'clock; *aniaj! uscioug places!, In the streets of tte- J 'ARTICLE IV. .
,1 8r oll; ).. i,: Kvmlnr1ai : JPr yer': 0; W dneW. > shaft trumpet ca t'to'the Israelite to repentance ;
*v,tnf R.3O; Ii01r K wlnr Trn art Land-and he was included in !the This, corporation have perpetual !+ I1iftmllilfj1Tmmntm
: Honda lo n>'(oilt; First anUttle 4 tblrddnnrfayta) drove ofcaftle the drove'to'the :{ existence and eucassion'b. ": Its j !
Itrrr .nd Second d Fourth at Cueoa boys! name.nalesadissulvedin ,: Follown! ; the. New Year I the ten
Out Orplfeaffaole.m, N 8.FrLLr.iteetar. pound. The, bull was' enraged! ,at, the corporate? "the .
I"t .".._"'. u.. 11b lit I and Avenne A- treatment accorded his guests and toreftround manner prescribed, bY.J law. f fjj flays ppnlt( ncc:' In the : synagogue H: 3XT. '
iornlng.propitlary C
otnibaatllYcloet rice felteld.every 'Neal
P.acktHSTprrfdn.tav ser
t: ,sM eued.vevring t7itDL considerably; Jnst as ,they jj I ARTICLE y.'L d| i said and the >*. :
WF.uUII.Pastor.' prayers! are I--
"j were driven to the gates ofj( the pound The business i ot the Corporation : HAS J.E L'ED[ .'
"shofar" i likewise blown. As a THEAragon
at Mrmife. !
niprti '
: err.
en a tcIEsra: shall
conducted 4 .
the be by a president, general ,
the bull allowed his terapeij.to get -
'. a. P. a' < ordriv and Bay streetis to;the "Ten* Days of ,Penitence" I
: ,U: O "":" nnda better of him and made'a linejforUrlnn'e manager. secretary! treasurer. and .
F ; come the ','Gr :lt Day of AtJnement"a : .Hote "Jackson\.jlIe. Fla. 3J
[MI. "JOABD OF TRADS.j :, Bottom. En 'ount'h passed by a board of,three directors,and such
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I marked contrast to the solemnity -
,.11"4 t .II,I wa ladles, who quickly, distanced him.A other officers and agents as maybe of the ten days that have preceded It. It is open 'on the Am.rican'p q, : Rates $160 per day andthoroughly +: .
wntlaDa :Brown.ArJ Ittle negro boy named :Muller was hereafter elected( or'appointed.The: upward The hotel! has bern ,rrnotatrd and put, 3,
Vlce Pre id.nt T. V. MCIOI9.. Then follows the Joyous "Feast otrabernarlf in first class condition torcont! to none In the ,
be'elected the New
[ caught up against shade; \ **: The officers,shall at regular city ==
-JY itdn t. J. B. Lnrorana. -i." many pious Israelites and new plumbing baa. eon installed. New and
wry, Bull pinned him against the tree, but annual meetings]) of the stockholdersto large :::
E.!:! V. Blatfbnaa.TrwUuiW : going so! fir' aSIto, erect their own sample rooms have,been add < -
!. a BJ B. TatEr Jim.Boarf fortunately his horns went on eachside ]be held In, Miami)!, Dade county: literal fulfillment of the ==
booths In -
off Oo cmonU w. U. Brown.T. of the lad who tried io beat him- Florida, on tbel J first Monday In JuneIn .
.. Viiloona, J. E. Lu mu.. A. E. Herw away, with a lIttllt<> -stick hejheld 1 .I Inlhlsland. fach and 'every: year. It Is also provided Biblical I'' ecept. i : 1JJl1 iUi1ULi1uuiuucuiuiuiue. (
,' Jl.IjRelU"|| T. W. tUhn, W.YW.ooaijjoha The NeW Year is the signal for homeComing
i that /
.tbe.bull shall hold
Others finally drove one, person any I have r
SewelLi of Jews, many of whom
f Ah1DIN0 CO IMTTTEE3., '<" way. The lad's sides were bruised( : offices.: The names of the omcenass : In various : -- -- :-' .
the -
been spending, summer -----
LAY.i"- nno,., W. R Patterson 8. I*: by i the bull's horn but he I was otherwIse drectors who shall manage the i "
at the seashore or in he country -
i- Band iama,, .T.: S ymour., K.B.: uninjured. In Dunn's Bottom" the .bu>jlnese'and' afff Irs .of the said, cor- resOrtS d ,"

Wi. !MBtaflev.W If:; UacHu .. F xmlble I kewlse return to te: parentai ( .

f-l.: >elghton, colored catching him under 3e"elected by the stockholders at their 1VroE:E 'BROS.
$I"'? '; Hahri.j'', : ;c. J.;''"':rederlckI ," 1 roof a id members of families$ 'scat- .1
I: S.'I F.r. .he'chin with One of his horns.,Crelghon first annual.met ng are as follows:: tered: 'abr ad for the rest jf the year, .

ii 1 HF __ BANITART-Jaclwon. : saw the! attack,. got < V'. r l'Jiout. W W.:' Enlo' UI1Flaiapln. inuring bim.Anth.r wherever xmible, take,theapportun-, KINDER .OU, GA. .
;Y. Jr ; hot, at the bull' twice, yice-Prestdenjj and general manager, .t" .
..a..pl.s R.. S : Klnr.; H. M.AJfD ,the I ty of brl sing! .their New Years greet- :
negro killed animalswith E.| T. fayatL.I
Rl as HA! IB RS-Gar'.lirtae. tag }n pe son. J ---,1h: key -t-
'CbM 1 I RuUpb. Elard C.:. Tatum. a. 'otgun.-DeLltnd Supplement" ,f ecretary, "nod'treasurer, S. JL". TaTum t
rB.4 inahan )l.r. j 1
; ell Gordon and
While efsrs. Bo .
j Jj.RQ AN; >' FRFIOHTS- I RHEUMATISM.When *he highest amount odndebtednessto } ,

; I JI1.: 1..1 Leller C. D; Lammus.. I'' -. | which the corporation ,may:'at anytime Bishop ,w re- ont/' I !Wm. W pans or irritation utst tin!
n. MCDonald.Cheat.. subject itself shall be twenty nlehts: stir I' they nn eynard into a r .
I I IW .BylnBt n. th applcatloof .!, I
'I..rt of tie body. '
I '\. \Bna4J J. Jt ; thmjlM.; E. B.. : Oautrfr. T. mjn. ',BaU rd'8 Snow, Liniment gives i th usana ,dollar?, j. {) ,: t'ARTICLE Itopber ho e1 4A small beadle f'ntlnto, .. Chase & H; 'rp'tt Miami i, ;' .
laann '.1C.L.tICvi.TTJRE.Bl Vrij %
iea. Clln..n.1' !:. V.: prompt relief. E. W.. Sullivan, PrOP. L, T -, the hole. after the fox andIcouldn't i s. f 1. r

Pt Gr RnL A, Sullhar'' El Reno, T;writesJuna The names ,and j residences of the : ba o'k: d had to be dug oil. When I'' *
Mor-,, Fi 8';";)Tatum.' J. H ; :House, p subscribers capital stock and set : Sell Kinder Lou Crat :s alrover Dade County
ml J. K. I C. 1902:,"1 take pleasure In ree- 'to.jhe they got him fox and dog![both ran .
: .pCj3 iLIC: BUILT IN Sornel..J WO.: mmendlng Ballard's Snow Liniment th+: numb-- ofj! s M'es'sqbscrlhed by .....i.......
tfudA H 9R J. a; 8ew.n.. with rheumaIsm. lath are as founts,: 'f| out and t e fox: was soon caught GoIng ... ...t.. ....

'lohBllwhiJer.1' : H. T.CF.ICTCRE8Fruwell.. ,. to M!.who are afflicted J.. H. Tatumj Miami.: .Fjlorlda. 83.ihare '. on to; jump another Jltht'Y': had I : I
tile I have
! G1 n C.; It Is only remedy .
M *. !I | | been 'aw from 'th gopher t ole about -- -w----
R.UW ,
c Moo* TJ
Ji \.. ,:*1 J." B. '*' Z5e.! 50
rf'; ICAVIONAU-BI" rdlne. v. Jf. ; .. ihkrcs. j' GS one of M'G9rdo '1! old r ljablel. The

Hall *VT I I r.J1 OeuOei. dmund B.Smith.: tarmacy.. '. ." M,, TatnmJ ham. Florida: '834eof t tshares. horn was blown but no Joe and as he Wor1d rs' fT'F' tes
jby; J. a; .
1.:: sea< ., td
had failed to tlje blowing
never come
1 :JII1&.1 Kl h.'A.', J." tn witness w1ie the parties here- ., : I '
tORATION-B ..ekman.trio E.V.' of,, the ho n fr seven year : was decided ,
F il s.j i Tatura.TAHflltKl. J. H.. Dorn. J. KIM -. is hereby given ItI\-, the)un- .o, have.set their hands and seals_ this can -thlng serious! 1I'a the mM- j "Via: I"J I .

H- 1h :W" lerslgtied will on Septem >er 1st, 1904. the' 12th dayvotJ ly, A. D.:1W4! ter. Mrs rs. Blshopand Bpssell remember J 1
E: iER ..RbndeL R.' W.;" apply, to his.excellency, William S.ennings. I J. H TATUM, ) that' they hart hard a / I :

HT r c..; o.*ti> sty c. B.; R iiy. ( Governor of t ie, State 'of E. T, CLTATT :
8uc1t ,
.. smothereh yelp .1I'h"n' the hole
John leavinjt The L. &"N.
BiiBeweII.1; Florida, for letters paten on the proposed S. M. ; R. Rsva
A tER1'J8INo-T; am. B. B.: stuns '. I 1 TATL'MLS decided t at he hail got (caught In a

anlF. p lbuan.R t.: Blacktnsn.T charter of the Miami Fish _and t't! of, "aCounty ; i cave hi., Not expl'ctrnl; 10:' find him I -

.- c.. H '. Fruit: Canning, Company.) ,hereto an- j of Dads. : alive but 0 see If hi really '' 11':1:: burled / r !
i Hat ot m mAen: numbering H. ATUM. '. f
fan t
n xed.' >: ,personally t am >fore jne, a al ve the secured tools and went hack J

mitt la an an M tonowi: '' E.T.CLYAn| notary i public! foj the State of Florida, todig b m out. .As thf'Y. 'wslkp.d up /Excur ion Ticket s now, Ot1 sale daily

h R. aCIuloD,1.'K."Jr. ',' 'S.- ML T TUM.I .i J.'H. Tatum T. Clyatt and tact .
'3'AbIietlJ. it large Pij about tb e inches of his was seen from Jacks

'.arows.j W.I, it,
: CAibjby Inc, HNMJ. \Ve, the undersigned JT. H Taum/j: j k ciown.by. mejtp be the persons deer sand 'II'S, .cleared! away and the dog, ., Louisa id return '

J. K- mmua; E.., 3. T.,Clyatt. and S.,M- fatunvall clti .') f' bed in and fwho' executed the fortItng ,t.ing; {mast s:rzibt; 'iwns pnI',l I L. j I',: _
A Uiffler. I '
I A tsea,1L: F lie.. I !!DB'and residents of Miami, lite I LI{ articles'of; Incorporatlonxjf theM ,I (rom the rave in. He showtd signs ofife.whe $40.h5.r ? .I.: .*,>(. R :turn Limit"December
i C. D. ,. > 15111.
:, M. '; county Florida,; do hereby associate i amLFlsh and Fruit Canning Com4ny they lad! him down on the
-U11t IcDonald. J. A. 1 I 33.90. ; -;.R Return.Limit6o
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:; q.! : ourselves 1 together for the purpose of, > and each severally acknowledged and d In less than fi'eiminutes days
[aynard W., c. I I ? !to/.oo . .. .. . .Return Lima
M.fcgton .
or" ,- Bufdlne, T. Merritt[ Z. T. inning ,a' corporation, fr.proftl; and I I std me U at'thily, execute! the same,for, e:got I... shook the caul from ,hIs( I 15 dills

DY E. T. wcoii.:ng incorporated under the lawathe e'Pur oses hfrein ex reseed.In j t use an ,ears aid. :olnt'dl the pack i .

Brltay.A'1 L. Meyers.Muner. G.rig.. H.. i D State, of,Fl rida.i i K ; testmoDYI'bereof i; Save! hereon bleb' t' e along.luat the after another The L.. & 'N. is tile best lin.c to St. Louis.

BaBfyjb.M.Bulgejp.; Fred S. The, following articles rot Incorpora l it dfset my band,and affixed my official to. leading the woollot. From 1 ry .

; cMore, V. jon have been adopted 'by| the undersigned -;j:seal at'Miami, I Florid .!:this the 12th the, time 'e wu burled to h1 f' resurrection -:

;_ Bn csler. O. D.Bu ., Moore McDonald.T. W.,. H.: 1 and .constitute the proposed ."'d lay'of July Xj D. 1904.|1' w' about. two boursl 'We have \ For rates schedules an sleeping, |car .reservations i

ry Bclkuftjr I4 n ti.l '.W." McKlnnoo G.: A. barter. of the ..... (Seal). ::1 ROBT. p..TATUOR?, hear ,tel I of tang winded iounds'butnever ap lyto .: '
.4-; otary Public' State of Florida at' of anything that ,C'OUid hold hisbreath r'r

Blickman, B.V. Nelson. Edwin of this lArge. t), I"I .t 0'solid hour, as, Jae_ did J, FLEMING '
< w. B. Peck R. J-. I : The lame i I: 1'ld ) C. L. STONEfif'
Cb lie Miami Fish and Frott Canning My commission! expires Dec 10.1909't -Dunne on Advocate : W. BaJ St Jack
.I Prout. .W. ; : G.PJ Ajtt. Lon+tTilk.

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v QUES1IONSMSV13IDInformation' { an acre wiieh is the cat ot Ihedd1a
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isr Whereas; the Legislators of 1903 nnJer ;904 i j : farther BO th ,There an tea to nratrs

'the Constitution 'of -1885. of th thousand j liants to the
acre, and th*
kepi fission 1FU. State of Flotua, did pus seTen )oinrespluUowproposing ; { fruit brln, s In' the neighborhood s4 ,c

oTIvttersoi am 4meJita'I tithe ; i i I from 50 nts a dozen for Red s,... flab
I lows : j [ to 25 cents apiece,for
Constitution! of the State of FlorId f Interest to the Prospective Settler Porto Bloac ;
t j j The percentage of plants fruiting de '

r I *; and, the" came were *agreed to by 1 I shall ,. Conce r Ming Miami and, the Southern, pends upon the care and Judgment exercise 'ii

1St: JATTORNI rote of three-fourths'of all the memr ; I'' T In. their, culture, some growers -fl
bra elected to each house: .that the Portion of Dade Coin y. having succeeded la securing hit -
Sj AT UAW. rote on said Joint resolution were en .1" jo : ',' I from 90 per cent: of the plants la th.Upineries .

tered upon their respective Journal .", cow J ,,
Will pnctfec In alljoourU, But and r.d real k "
1 ddallaomUerfo umtalnuad rlect ij with yeas and nays thereon, and they; The : So many Inquiries ire -directed to able u In any I section- of the country, I Lands may be purchased from Ii BH c

Lead TltlM. did determine and direct that the said the Metropolis by pioepecUve severs I I and far more so than In most. -' $10 an act, up depending on presto

r O.BOXBT. MismiJMIAMI Joint -resolutions be submitted to the I or homeseekers conJrnln& conditions: -, THE PITY'S ,FUTURE sty to roaids and shipping point Good }

electors of the State at the general existing In this of country lands .on frock1 road within :
T. SXAQG& IffOffle D., \ I pan the I II:' Miami possesses all modern conveniences I miles cf
p e election In November.1904.'I. |f : and the burden of c irrespondence entailed of civil' zation. u electric lights Miami may be had lor $50 an'acre, aa4 :'j

( ttal'r4OT. SPha sy.leddehfe NowUherefore, I. H. Clay Crawford. < thereby has tecome' so heavy waterworks; sewerage, telephone system 1O t'whaf# less than that sum fo? land

coral vek 14th stne Secretary of State, of the State of nor-"' | ) that we have attempted' In the following 'I I free mall delivery, three newspapers not immediately,on a road. The Sams'

IIFLOR A. Ida, do hereby gin notice that a artIcle to sumn arize' such Information two national banks one State quality of. land farther away froos !

GENERAL ELECTION may [ u Is most (mportant, and to bank etc. It has miles "f-beautifulstreets ,transportation facilities can of course, .

QR. J. JLVACKSON, JR, will, be held J in each co- ntJ In Florida< I to answer the questions most frequently i of native white stone.. It Is be purchased for' lea The land U uao ,
on Tuesday!next .ucceed1J1c the first such asked! It Is hoped by this mean, that ;practically the terminus of the Florida promhing In 'appearance to those ae

[ Fn L, Monday In November A. D. 1904. the pal { a'sample copyof ,U paper, of which East Coast 'Railway, for though an extension cnstomedj to the deep rich soils'of ;i

Hof xx. Btsc NIC BLOCK, AVK. D. said Tuesday being the !I ma : hundreds' are sent rat, will, fh most of the road ,has recently: been other! 5th.,. (being rocky and sandy hi

MIAMI. f FLORIDA* EIGHTH OF NOVEMBER. J'i sate cases' aerie the pur pose Intended bet- 'built- penetrating the farming lands yet results can be obtained' from U s far
for the ratification or rejection of e ] no : ter, than a personal letter. Specific In- forty-five miles south, this Is merely In e ceas. of the returns pall_ ,

DR' w. BUSH aid Joint,resolutions proposing amendments 1 1 I I'' ger : formation may be obtained by 'writing a feeder.... to the, commerce of this, city. from th. 'more fertile sections of the ,

street, 'PbonejM. to the Constitution of the State. I to any of the real esjtate or other firmswhoseradrerUeeme Here are located the steamship- docks country.the' Fttilixer must be need bat ,-j
Office 225-12W : !
Residence, SO 9i St.I of Florida, Tix: J JARTICLE [ U appear In this of the P. t O. Steamship Company, retu I rns more than Justify the ex- 'oJ
1 penditui
ry XXI. 1 WI ] paper; and the best waT to become fa- whose lines ire operated to Key West t Involved ,

I I MIAMI.FLA. :That the .following' amendment { the be milltr 'with local conditions, progress, to Havana, iind' to Nassau. Immense Peopl!< .of.energy and Industry arc Jj

I the ConstitnUori of the State of Florida Industries and ctrrent happenings,! wharves, etc,, are helae projected, to heartily welcomed, and the country's t
r.W.BACKtS; i) the is- agreed : : while 'contemplating; 'removing to this keep pace vlth'x the increased develop: ent'being prnctlcanjjust be
'J- be,, and, same nereny I vastly i 11;
A3R"-j| 'J i at gun the Is 'room
submitted section, la through reading the Dally maritime but for all to the
UTMade to. and shall be to the el : lnesa that must follow on reap

Plans for,Buildings 8p cifl4alions of All and Kind.Deta', Fine tore of the' State at the' general el i 1904 or the Weekly Metropolis, the forme the; deepening of the harbor,]work on: sult benefits of

Residence* a Specialty!. Uon In November ,1904 for : E 4 4or : of wb h.m be tint' to any'address, which, is nor actually progressing. An here i

O-M tc 11'' .,?, Av! QE; rejectionSection .- .;. !! a S : at the rate of $ 0 a year, $L25 for; appropriation of $300,000 has! been 'se labor m is< '

D.s 6 of article 8; of the Con three! months; the >Veekly=* large 13page -; cured from /the Government for harbor -
vide pIe of
tution of the State, of Florida. Is fief rej '\ ,paper being milled for-$1.60 ; Improvements, and the Florida i
: : and bu
: TCivil IR ; by amended so as to read as follow! I ?' year., East Coast )llallroad Is also pledged to : ;

l e or+rtitl @' 'Section 6. The )legislature shall p.ror All : THE CITY OF MIAMLhe expend a lite amount Thus, $600,000 I modest while, '

ride for the election by the quallledelectors all ? Sprang 'out of t! ;Wlldernesa eight: Is now beln used for this purpose and

of each county of the following fret i : years ago, the rellroad having reached! it Is a mora certainty that further appropriations bearing'

Off c N 4th!bb Ft.. Mum Fla.ayI countTomcera;,I[ : I I{I shill : this point April 15 1896. Prior to this)] will be secured I f onto the most And th s ,

.a. EL. A clerk of the circuit court'a sheriff, time one store, whose trade was prin.cipally'with harbor Is In I. condition: commensurate in oth r'
ndS.rrrrl. alo.aheEa.1 the :: ; the ndlan and a few with,Its Importance from "a ;:
constable, 'i of taxes
) ar. turid6, county assessor i. : commercial the clli
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pl county tax coilector.'a county treasurer wlih l I scattered families, eking out,a precarjwrecking : [ -geographical_ and strategicalstandpolnt4an work (

a' superintendent of, public jlnrtmction Ions livelihood' and the Importance recognized j ;
R. I SEYMOU add a county surveyor. I I J ; manufacture of coontie ,starch, were by public men at the National" Capital, tie

Ai rney st w ,., 'The'ra of office -of all the county" ,i I the only 'evidence! of civilization. On and by all who will study the location time open-a, r. ,
:ameers>> mentioned In th1a section shall>a abe Ir July 28, 1896,''MIa! }nl was incorpbratetias of this port and Its relation to lnsul-tr and m]

: four years, excePt. that the term I of I Se a city; furnishing perhaps the only and South American commerce, to abodes :

win practi all th. State P office of the county assessor of taxes, state Instance on rect rd In which a full say nothing of the vast trade that There :
t..tioo to W4 I I Into existence without must' Spring existence'' ?
'toaru. Pea r a fledged city came -* Into the
ar.rcaatile, Rr E.tata a.d P ate n w, county- tax1, collector and treasurer; : : first having leen'a town.' Three completion |'J> of, the Panama canalA fluenci
fa rri.iiee hall be for two years, until the gener Impori
Oela Uc.. ; I hundred register* t voters are required glance'at'Ihe'map'wlnbahow| the ; :
.election In November 1906 gthick failures
I fo entitle anyoJ, mualty to be called most casual observer,the possibilities
kets shall be elected
tto& election they very
knd a city, less than that number constituting the future holds for the Magic City s
tear each
Co of years Indus*
Atteation1Yon : term '' a town. ''t'a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.: 7
Ifind th county officers named '
oath"all tune I
wil >x ilkjto your interesjj.;; the 'purpose of jlncorporaUon< ,' three Miami -has one' of'the"best pnbKeschools'
1 In section shall be elected j for !
to call 4 me before in eating. have : and one-half mcjnths after the first : /: In J the State, embracing both globe
terms of four years. Their powers If
j and rooms to ; at train reached Miami, 344 votes -were the common and high school courses. II Is
'. rent. ReaiPsain.UtreJe.tote. tutles and\epmpensaUona shall be prerlhed cast The phenomenal growth of this The buildings farm g.
cult are large and well ventilated -
..' br law.J : .- | tr oats,
t early has been sustained
period ,'and
collectionseete4' ; attented. anthoniuijr to. 1 '. {J ARTICLE: \ .XXIL :, I throughout the 'eIgt years of the of teachers. there A Catholic Is a competent convent con Is to other!p -

...' me: to pupate all kinds.le tl trws. Thanhe following amendments }ito; their city's history. I be ereotedj; this summer.,which will one miles mnst

fen 01 felt' \ estate Low fees. the Constitution ot the State of Florida .: POPULATION,' ETC provide Instruction for both sexes. to' ;

_:, r Prompt attention.G be, and the same, is hereby agreed and\ I'n. Miami has at P resent a resident )lOp.nlaUon There are ;alao private schools, 'a musical that js

< OLL, 'to, and ahall be submitted to the electors the of betweejn 4.000 and, .000., In .conservatory: and art school, so when :
Public.2r4 Keith ,
No of the State, at ths\general i ilee- the winter monttis this population lLugmented that everj educational seed 'may be \\r :

t.; ''ftII" D,1jet14'W" : lon In 1904, for ratlficatlonV reje<
i SRI limb eclrwduate Section S,'of Article XII ot the ronit writs of visitors, meetly'of the wealthiest flourishing, schools In the county. gre%t :

ififf Ja hereby amended so'is to ition classes, wb i come to'enjoy the Every religions denomination Is mean i, ;
Optt.l.e I ; : rtock In
,'," read am follows:' \ : also Ideal ,climate anf l the finest fishing Jn 1 1 I represented and the following have '

""- w. CIMAYNARD.fiUuei Section,,vl'JL Each county sha\be]i the_ ;'; the world.T< accommodate these I!' handsome j church bnlldlngst ,.Prsby- cultn hand' If ;

ai t Hest tofoa40 required to assess and collect inn lon. ; visitors there're; numerous hMels tartan E Episcopalian :!Catholic,' M. E. / ,
levtlj Fitted: for the 'support of 'public free ac: ool ; | and boarding'he uses, principal among ''Church M. E. Church, South,, and the

Kttc6et; gctt, eutery, to therein a tax of not less than three (S) a which Is the Hotel Royal Palm, an immense Baptist., I .0' i !
I Iy son f th
mills nor 'more than (7) mills 01..the ; ,building |640 feet long 300 feet I I' SOIAND PRODUCTS. +*

: Yv ALD dollar, of all tau ble.property 14 the I IBctn ; { wide and five st Ties high with accbm- The principal Industry 'n this ,ration ef ter t' iffls%
McDO ,
OEO L beside' lob- is
n name; modatlons-for 8J)0 guests, : the growing of fruits and winter -
'writs ,,
f>' Car Engineer ARTICLE .XXilI. [ ble,. rotundasjdlnlhg 'rooms, offices, vegetables for the Northern mar- ages Unit]

.t Laa a .pecan) etc. It is set IE) twenty acres of tropIcal kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop,
to '
SintTla a.q S.UjirWlat That] the'following; amendment; ,or !
GROVE VIA.J. I I gardens, beitibn. utlful beyond descrip- but there'are large quantities of other I
COCO ;r he ConsUtuUon of the State of Floridabe not i ; '
'There are several other hauls, vegetables grown, such as tomatoes,
: ;" 'and-the same'is hereby agreid f
be'submitted the'eUctors 4 smaller than tfe Royal Palm to ibe ,egg, plan peppers, beans, etc. The
:\ ANN and shall to : Ren era,
A Ji sure, yet largerthan' nd with better serVice planting season extends' from about
of the State at the general elects in S help
1 : I is usua !y found In towns) of October 1 to January, add the bulk theli]
btktntaetier November A. D.1904 for ratIfy on of
t. wd no. ; :firor 'A.e,13'I
w pt r
I I twice th size. At this writing en- of the sh Ipm<*nt8 are sent North fromNovembe
rejection.I lows :
| l gets .hds
N.4MMwk. |other, fiveHrtoryl hotel, is in proceSs of until May although there
t i Section 18 of Article V, of the Cpnsti-j \ erection. ,< being pri tctically\ no difference theseasons gest on, !(
C..Gwa1 a : tutiOIl. !Shall be'and U hereby amended! j have land the! :
i iTh populating Is cosmopolitan, ,jev-; jseeds may be planted or veg-
110 to read u follows:, j \ all diin .
} i c. !
f fr lip j err, State.In ..th ; Union furnishingIts; etables g thered any day In the year.Vegetabl .
The or-.) ,
'I' Section 18., Legislature may at ) !ails '
- DTAR quota of Jeprf sentatlves. An undeetrable'farelgn a are grown usually on. the
ganlze'ln such"countl as It may think j I
: and agd bd
i I prairie
IlaASR !. element is unknown. i il 1 lands, whhlch are. free from !
7 Ids PrSSroat$ N ws proper, county courta which shall have of- : I 'G
; cure. 0 ; ; l f L CLIMATE. ''i i lUmber and are composed of a kind o' L. ; :
i :Jurisdiction of all cases at las In pblch.l I: : R. 1 .,, '
''Writing, fron personal experience ]{marl. ,
t, 'Yiofj!: GMNG (he demand ;)r' value, of the property i 'I IStl.
| i
r hundredo11an a after visiting C Ulfornla and other sec- Fruits are grown on pine lands, J
shall exceed five '
" ," Involved.... not real llmatlc conditions ,! which yea s
i 1..|tions where c ,are are slightly higher than the :
No 7 West ? ; of proceedings relaUjpg (to the I not : ; considered at tear> best, we can nnhesitatihely prairies' i j19 :forcible! entry or.unlawful detention; of : I I, and
r say tat Miami has' the most This roc: i Is a peculiar coral formation
r itrHEi .'lands r and tenements, end of mlsdfrj' I bee, perfec winter! climate In the United ; cbntalnli, l g a great, deal of plant food beii g

meanors, !and final. .ppellatejuirotcj of : States, \ old Ii# almost unknowa.. ven as evide: iced by the fact that in marry : me to

LU ais ill N s iIle tlon in civil cases arising In;courts of' may : the 'slightestfrost being very rare. places ange and other fruit trees are "son hd ?r
; .
the jusuces'of" the peace. ; | The. -warmth, i f summer is tempered to be Is ten bearing thriftily, though :Ph j
appeals be"dj
1 Railroad' The trlaI'of such jnay{( tried by the coolie :breezes from the' At- apparently standing on a solid plateof I

omen u pant err k rinse.Soter riovojat j fie pUoa"f'f the appellant of lantlc. and. ,ties highest temperature j this rock. Being, of a1 porous br ot.J.. ,
the Judge
shall be
Jtrx eurr11 r Ulllall.1Hpen The.'county; ,Judge a-- court recorded by tt j vernment therinometer i honey< robed structure i the roots of ev' Ing f
n-s J 'an
and shall be '
dstee" eon bee ,red recUntng the county court justJ during th > summer. mouths Is 98. '' the trees are enabled penetrate It Au :u
zr.1 and dining can tbrney-at, law wb i << j rlEALTH. ,and dra r ample sustenance from what ho le
shall the qualified -
letWHD rD ad 110 brr nislfi; 'There Deselectedby" The city' raiks among the first In would appear to be a very unpromising th<

The fI Ralrl', I 'carte "I"'lln'tlM- electon-of each county at the. lme t the United Stttes' In point of health. I son' -ce. This rde\(. by the way po t sent ;
Louth 6 4 j : when old Judge Is elected, a j prosecuting Inc There Is entlr i freedom rram- malaria, makes a beautiful and! durable building th city1

An n Ticketsv1I attorney for said county, who their ; ? and there are 10 Hprenl1lng l&eases". materia and then new court house w ,

( shah hold office for four y ... His tates ) Those oilmen s which; ace common to and jal as-well as several residencesIn
J 1 ti Rt N. duties and compensation .hall be'pre- I seem\ atone en: *
_. I such; all parts of ihe country > be the city built of this are t' is
0' r 1 courts be :
I ; eepIM''Car cribed by law. may may, here robbed, I: i part, of their power as much a mired by all visitors It also
i'or Bfhed1lle.
tot' abolished at the,pleasure of the Legis jUdg :' they usually !appear in a mild form makes ha finest road material In the th < city'

i lature. : of and rarely leave the bad effects whicVfollow ,world i md Dade county leads all others d 'e' Ina; ;'

d" M uOu.t; g'f'w Pro'rided that all county Judges bolding \ In thi wake of like disease in he State 1 In" mileage: and condition la was: .

i I j WetIjI &r 19RUR-tV' t.' said office at the ratification of this and $ ,, elsewhere $arlet fever and. diphtheria ( f her highways., I
"orlaQ,1 1 ''''''' amendment shall continue In the exercise the" are' mknown, while typhoid The Fruits cultivated are' Chiefly

'fc-r' of the,duties thereof according toUlelr uon- fever -rarelt;# heard of. It Is a desir- grape\f nit oranges and pineapples. :

D'tPEPT' respective commissions and naUltheir' i II', | able place fo1 those suffering from Guavas mangoes., avoc6do 'petra and Yhen' i .

o TM a14 ,. GcsrtoN.- successors are duly qualified and .tlt lung troubles' asthma. catarrh and limes a rV largely produced, but being ri tlon'

t '" D1 provided further, that when'any coun by. similar dlseaies which are prevalentin indigen ras\to' the country, they thrive ui : :
: :
t1 court shall hereafter be established ? < colder ell: ate*. Many persons affected with II tie or no cultivation. Citrus hc and'

tOTClJI OM8ew.nBbta! | Piss, In any county In this State the county ;! with' these Ills have cOme here trees r quire from three to five years esW.has:

' tUltWAl Skta Dtosasn.A Judge of said county' shall bold his office any and have been cured or greatly bene- after p anting to\produce'fruit. Pineapples a* d-Mrs., :

SOLUTCLX PURCO.HEIJLMIT and perform the, duties of Judge' ture fitted. Of cot rse, this -Is- not the 'caseIn which grcW on a plant somewhat sfeet.SaIt

f SALVE of the eonnty'court' cntll his 'term. of court every' Instince. :People' die here, u r sembllng the\caetas, and whichare lthink

- ,a... *. assn ..oal.t' \, office Shan expire. Judge< they do everywhere else No country' pr ipagated by setting slips or tt best
y 1 Drttryrla. a TaaaYntatu ARTICLE 3OOT. shall has yet been} discovered where people sucker bear fruit In 11 months after Vie.have +

. Qll/Wbraem.ay rr '. That the following amendment to and are Immune from: death and disease. planting. In, ,this section they, are away&

the Constitution of,the State of Floridabe I ernor : At the same time It may, oe truthfully grown la the open there being BO necessity pfeasant'

1"OI Uii i toD and the same Is hereby agreed! to I said 'that the conditions tendingto for protection from leold, and tie., Doe

Lld..ra N/ MaMw RIM. and shaD ,be rabmttteu: to the,,electors ( general hielthfolness an,as favorv' there js this ATfq' of abbot .00 !.
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k: ; o LV'Ii' I'The commissioner! of Intornal reve- BE GOBBLED. I ".DIS' OP KENNY'S \ I

nbe has ruled that a pny i Irian :[lfbo.hoi'ding hat did welt] II you! Some.time TRtP.r j jJ

t I Mh :ME OPObIS. without the special\ ax stamp ag we sou'nded' note or warning the t i A. 'onU ja ; it The S]tale;tthat pleases every chi d'and;:
it J letter e.-eITed at at 'LENOX 1
the ( here
6 a retail; liquor dealer fu' ilshes his the East Coast e' making'. "turnlng .gl es them Comfort.

'.. Pub Ihbd.vlrv d. kept S..dat.R tojiUents with distilled spirit ij wlni and mo ement' a u d ,Cape Sable. and ,from elate! of this dloceilli1I'M& are att I
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malt liquors, under conditions I constituting laying: claim 'to'a, portion of the'Wes present Irelandstates,, thatBlShoP! over'twentjMJ 1 ,.e differen( styles'in this famous
I1,1AlIlN.' J sales ,of these, liquor i. 'directly Coast's territorY. 'the: Tlm &-Unlon Kenny eal! d from the { We.bare oKr'andcan'
K f. IETNERLV4 1 1k Emera! Isle one DR";\'S Slj : easily'' fit" 'I
or Indirectly Involves him* If In ,lia whi h ,18 the '.In plred"'organ or th August and
btllty.to :5. n the steatper Bai rla-As, with,COM[ kT.l.I .
latttalstoa .
lt.r. criminal
rr pro ectt under East Coast, In iota special Worlds Fair ;, ,
ta 1 a ro.tam &'"i.mLYtortd.u..eond.el. the'''Internal revenue laws, unless he eell 10n.ID which the State I to divided Itbe! usual t me for the trip, Is !fui two Iris the OnlylDesigned ihoc'!''Especially t

., ..tteriae..rtpti ; \shows that the liquors' thui furnished' Int three geogra hlcat sections. bold ,wf''ks. B! op Kenny. was il4e here _
II.... I have been,compounded IDt jo medicine Ilaces Monroe OOllny! 'I In the' Eas t four-:days ago but the pri8sts here ,to r.'t ,Th.eir Feet: 1 f I t'

Olbea .... ....,.r$5.00 I by the, add'tion'of some drui; of m'edicJnal t section, alt ough'on the map 1 ItstJI bare not eeeived even \
SLI Y the.}.. ...... ......!...: %.bO ingredient If the digs' art not'I 4 I Ig appears to the West Coast aFlo f him. .. during a Frile from Stanford &"Co., Opposite Express Office. ;
the mentioG4
.Y Three Ontha,...... ... ....... :. compounded! .hevcann<4 : sell [them Ida. If Tam a and the!li&-Iaace ot period; The i .
o.a .... .... .. .10 even for medicinal use with It involving the West Coast does not !6watrh 'out b! hop's I nerary schedule' )f 1m' to y- LI I WMHDo .. ;",

; himself in special tax. ;jl i ihllity.; thole! East Coast fellows will execut e leave Irela d on September jll' I h. and - .- ,
Wt':: T o lam Print Company.w f. i ii a.aklng mo f' en\, whIGtr. will: en'vel the presu ptlon 15 that t t sisters .
.. I adv rater i de known onc 1Tbe i total Lumber of Brit h ;jvcssels p the Gulf) oasts However i ; 1 It were In p or. or'.the bllho ;'r plans 1
f tippUca n. entered with carfops and I in ballast at Flakier will along the proeperit, y were' alter d after he saw t Pm last You Intend! To Build and

TELPPHON 6 -31t.. ports l In the United Kingdom from for-,;,he .(las given [ East Coast, he ',nay and rf'mal d In, Ireland unli the date f'll .
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BUILDING elgn"countries and British I pjssessions1 be t K bole tbis'sitle originally I't. r II
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l.l, 2 I and 34 Tw th Street in 1903:; was,3S.T41.'with'al] nnage otU49O8 Stale.-Fort .Presa.ARCH ., It will h' remem Iwred' that several f' SAVE M0IMEY?" :J :
: J' weeks Dolan
pocks Con House. :? tons as compare with ,35.. ,ago ather : "U r.1 mmoned V
<< -, ,895.. with a tonnage of lUG: .945 tons, ENEIIY OF ORDER. to host bY, the death ot h111'' father. it. I
the total in. 190. 3Su w'lth and .durn his absence Fatlte Clavrl'ul \JJ[ : i
: being < 5 ;;
S ,TEM eR 3. -1904.", ; tonnage-,of ,32.6flM"l. >tonsJi[!: The for-a RQOIIeVf'lfs I e South stet Is1 more interested' In ': and: Jo" thl'r Foley became: 11. The 'I INFORM THEContractors' in .P all \Branches the n.II Idin !
a than Is the North. ck-s-,
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elgrii' vessels entering in 19 3'amounted : lbshoP, wa. I1otlflf' of exsti4 ooodl represented.; Tfh'enumbers
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F nation I t grow. !fit toiast:
Th ; L; Terri la now .1 gen- to 29,743, with a tonnag( 18.166.104. tlons.and J rbahly made hnrrI l Id preparations ot. this association cheerr '

e as It giti. But a only' JI06Ium.'I !, alit In 1902! : the .number'({ as.580 i ',as tIIS natIon-.a1d. not tlofs as'the'mpu.fra4meutary. who I to return'whlch werg againChanrcd ; fn ail ftjrn-Ji|: plans, *p cihca-! J
'. Ing 'I i with a tonnage of 17.U61, "tone';: u on receipt ot Infdrmaton! I I ; tl' 1J'i and estimates., .'\ddrf"'s....
JhernjNew- 'coon Its alf I must have knowl- Itha't' ''I I !
while the foreign l ships that cleared In.iZrt.Vith ( Fath Dolan had returned and ,
Car nt r edg'ot the te"r,ot the people\ who
d No Yorkformed
: 1903' reached.the total,of ::9 a r Father Fol y was ImprOVt'd'.ilI' !;;t. Au- A ssociationontractors ssociationL ,
elate need have a combinot : ico It. f'rmUII ,t '
f tonnage of 18, U67 tons,,r as' against ; gtisttne lie: rd ". L : :, FLORIDA : -=
all their lht to cement, tbeirsen :. '
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the o t sa fore up prices" This tins 29,462:! with' ;la tonna, ?e! o f 17.632,131.! ,:;I': (mf'nts fnt constant fervor.oder : _
In 'previous year. I the f must', PRECE EST TO LlAO T 'SO. -- .
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Nev b forB In iii '1 of -Southso :" to. discipline,!, irst" It:of; antagonize!,thepole !I 'The bu ng of Liao-'ang:! i Krid+ the .
Florid has trifvel be teaVy as'at I }; of any setlon.. The ;'quebtloh! ,|IsuITOundl11 towns by the retreatingRusslane .
A > gained that
reportthas l"Ilnt'y j
the p nttlme{ trains going In I of standar' of'vaiueilsl; /great ,' : II s all\1ts\ prereden done or i
lit| "Before .Day" club. exists mong the ![the r'taxatlon '" I Nobby
alF d t Qns e cro ed.1I1tnpaIIt'I"R! .... I one: tariff, > .: tqo. 1D 1 r ; j ,
gere, liir ) atro idilratlon that negroes"I' Miami' -'Ot-oou I e the." anthoritles -' 1I'hl (wars, nxin the life pfe;'eyeryifam .story-be i ) ]:

mune $ enUfui.- kelabd s'un. and* 'no" 'one are In!, '|a position,,.,, ; ly., Our lot el m pojilcy} end our at':'1 f,lanta Jou i. I ., .
tl)- wake' .B.positive assmJonJtofthis'Jitude towards < ol onlal poesese'ofs'arematers ; On Sept' ibex H. 141:. I| Suits :: r "
= P L 00 store Boma o, the chief or- fact I and' .lf such' an organization//J':! .'x. of the.i[e< peat and gnivpft! impo j ris'Ith I his a y occupied- () ttapoleon'I 'I IItbf' ; 44- It ,
gang the; man tho Ilc' Church, + but they i in nothing ,when rom .nUIISa capital. He fgijnd! the i _
deela Itlac; be id of separa- I tats:no:one but those directlyaj 1 coilnett- to that It!sn f tn'which Is lnv'olv-| ,<:;'U1 almost entirely ,deser ed. Hr.treas t i, For Fall and %%Inter .

tlat; i eburc ofd ale use| a raoo- with It know it From I ndic. tlons ;|, parJ'd; he J Jntfib-ty: perpetuity! aafet' ."Irt'll and a hfvps having bef' f f .

Mivsi :wb1j mua fgught'wlthen and remarks! "fmm.4. Mrot, s |heard ,by';! tjanqn'lfty' it the people! oil!I.the left I|; to \1a-d1 Ira i ii'On rf'mov.1 -

Netrthele mast of the some persons has grown the! reports. !. ;Snu'bern :States.! Tne. North! Is"con--, the. 11 altt. of the 15th. T This_Cut represents .1
rant thr wort ie about ready treated: In it asIlTi allv as Is the j jThe | remainieg ; a
y of "not' lmprubable.o''mpo3sible South.-i iraDt! d pIa o! the few l Russuns. -
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t' rto en alga llje "m strosity! The reopening, jof jt, a-nil'its. fresh, a,d iitatitn. i-- fires were started all i thecity ,
chnrc must tand fait ,upon the that, such ah organlzatloi i has' ,been. ;;,: when ejvt-y 1 wise'! and, prudent I : : and; .th entire place was ink rf'r flames r _
falb d re urce$ Its'commnnl- founded:here. It'Is' possible" but the :man'' In both port "has fong sine ileicidet I.. Ct'thv'1: h .X:1olcon: was ainpelledto'Temove (

f' anti Metropolis does not believejl being! ..n <{, it was'oat, to be solved! b.1".t the !Is headquarters from the t tKrPmlln. Prices. :, ;' :;
alarmist, though at the same time the ..oon; -leDtlOu'a1ld intelligent people.of! : U | ,
lt ) he opipton o the Independent report .one to warrant an lnvestlga-:::the South-an<| a 1 honest men. .ri her" Shelter ai provisions for th. troops $10.00, ,|!2.00, $//5.0Q' ,.
that ,e" to 1 [system of '.the loD/and if .po a1bl.e Prov |he*falsity i,eve* they may lllv >.know the Southern f were destro;'ed f j! "

tr rated fates; iustea of being today or truth or'.the report. (f| true, the. peonle will ,solvi! these questions in r I Amid the, snows. on October; 19. the erges, +. 4
the lesrtnech4r ;m ever devised gang should i be broken op with' M1 'honor rod In "just -will lead !iis; Into] French beg n their fatal .reti:I eat from \ .

for h $ari adVaocede it' U a disgrace speed and punished to the full extent a !maelstrom ,that will shod, the nation .'.t the desolat city,, : i 1\ : Worsted, '
b tai the ilJRepuhlof.Getmany 11.A, liu Inferior of the law;" but if nntrue fhe: respectable ,iadlbalt It onff i Its I'OUrBeof, peace and Though t e Russians sacrificed their t t:

v : loth ,] ngland France and 'law-,'abiding negroes and tp stri& |We cUnof 'escape the community wuld' be cleared I (the The defeat'of R josevelt, the:arch en- ':hIstory has] an' army-been ,any-more I -' AD

;\ rynri : an'that it n be revolntionto stain and stigma that baa Already been em; of order, and brotherly,lore in the;completely (destroyed than were 'the

Strong awl W to be sure, but cast upon,their'face by ,the doings ''Republic' I la necewary" to.. the "welfare" "Rin..ent. legions of .Napoleon' be-. R. W.: RHODES v cr
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u ,F ,MILLER ai cb: d"20.000f' FJ EIJ,r'RUTTER." -- .

l' JHI1.JM. KING V 'i! \\'ailted ,Rp.dIM aeneral ;

J J,.(5ucc for to Edwin Afe&ou.) 1 Contractor."I l .
Li .fidertak SII s 1,000.: "I
if and Embalmer : .S2 w .' Blastin. I
t ( TO' W.' Drilled. Sldew a k F : .
H. A CHESLEY. and Road Construction. ,
i X) Avenue Dritt > I Allapattah. Fla., P. O. Bo c 453. Miami. Fla.
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This committee consists of Prof]fW. f- i r-AJI that remains! n to ;icomplete 11r. and 1Irr J. F Watkins entertained Academy -

t DAILY MIA t 'METROP LIS. 'I ..W. Hall! Mr. W. H. Hobbs and MIssA. the Twelfth a eet sewer and f theft: nPhew, r. J. A. '

.1904.ZIEDIIL F Merritt It will be several daYs make It read, for UB IB to turn the and young:, brie of aIm Beach, ::1 1 Of Florida > IANOARIN.-. FLA. i iIn 7 _
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J before the committee will be ready ito water on, u the work ot laying It was week at the beau ful home "Th.Hlghlands. Tin ', S mth of JackaonTilt-
report on 'the papers. j completed last! night J Fred Rutter, ." Other cuesta'present **

t- t I the twntracto!. who' h I not" only done were:' Mrs. : V. Pee r, mother of J j.stCksf vjslon RcopCareful nslMoui Sept, 6th

I Arrive from th, ) forth- J. A. Pent, of Lemon City Is In the a good job :but i one of the quickest groom 11r. $1d Mrs. '. 3. Graham ,

r 7QOa. m. city today!, on business and pleasure]I' pieces of work in thl tIne ever completed children, 118. Clay ohnson, Jr" i ..
Po m1 C. H.1 I Phillips, of ,. jl s In .thl cltr T g.sewer will b_e master Rloard: M 8': Graham : FOR A prtpirotary ickool br loj. CMj -

Clove for the'ldt tsth=- among the nearby visitors taking n In'use Ina feiw a1l. 1Ira. Johnsl1 !are slst re of the A new Gymna.inm. -If the Skiers*(SL Joseph II ..
Y.. '6i13 '." .. --, Miami today. : 'I'I I The bride o the daug ter or Mr. N. W.Goode. Especially Equipped. tr inlod'of hind lid cbracler

6hp m:: I ;BOAT OVA .. ,; ofadm Beacf The groom D A Ltre Facultjr of moat. '
. Mr. W. J. Rodgers having sufficiently I well knO'n throughout this j Scholarly pecialituOnr -
I I'wyt rhea a Ball or auxiliary fsr. chi I*,said ome hfsnMliM.tUnu _
f;. recovered as to be enabled to go to the 'lekigth t'' or the Stte and m 1 friends M""": So"""" moral I '
boat, aOO 25 'feet'and 8 ..
e theba i.ofroodciti .. Sister II.
r store' Mr. Eugene Romfh will leave 'f coagratAtions and '1 ishea for a .blp ,. Genevieve Superior,
TOW tonight for New York and other, feet beam f, I 3V me.-Qrla do Star..f' TV St JdjI.ph..Acad.my.. s =: -
t TOPICS. .1 markets 'V .' S. Graham, and apy : PresMest. fake City flortfa
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the ,J k .: : ; ; : FLORID
/to buy the |wInter'l ock for < Box 501. I
*'' P. O. Miapll, FILl: I '
Anthony-Romfh Company. Ii I Mr. 'scar T. 9'11 1111., the
44. Sewell eiy -1 = II' asslsU.t to B Rel11y In the F.R
Mayor and John are Ke1lDlth Mr. ,
I I Archie 11' twas, arrested DO NOT;>>: PAIL TO CEi
borne last of the k. '" om ell here has announf'd ,
:\" pected title TJhe Lemon. City team tiring of defeat this mornIng br Dep tq'Sheriff Gore CyCompany's!
! i iDr. at the hands of the Miami Kid trot the to his frien s that he will I Imarrd I: "
caplaslssued county
; sad Mrs t T'Skaggs:' a ezpect- went to Danla last Sunday and won11' a on court a charging! her wi 0 h, using profane In,Decembe to Miss Margaret WHALERS' JEWELlgY STORE, \'

eel to reach Thursday w k, the comparatively easy game of ball from and obscene languag and he will! f' ,Conklin, of S Francisco:Callfora. .

22nd Instant the aggregation there by the score of appear before the eo this afternoon IThe eddln will take

9 t'ot.. Next Sunday Danla will gly! to'explaIn hero ndu A case of I assault elt'lr in New york 0 Jaeksoullle, __ 'I 314..1 tJa :

It you want i reach the buy place the fictors a return-garne.. lat. Lemon and ttel7'll already 'pen Ing or' :the East ast and a trip .

your advertise ntyinTthe D ly and City. against defendant In the above co rt. aiur will> be mad kfter'which
I Conklin 11 settle down
Weekly Metro lal' I whIch fa tai': 1H! trI at the present .
d r4l. Mrs. C.. D: ,Leffler.. who with her term. ,\( In'their own home which DOANE & RA LESSON: iI
T. Mccrl'mmon( wu in' n- children has been spending some Umewith ve been provided 1 that time. 1Ir.fonklln

vAle yesterd; n bustness an regtstered her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin I pror. W, N. Hall. 0 the Miami 'pGb- met his need some ,- DEALERS, IX.Choice j t '. "
at the E rest. !' In Jacksonville:and who recently wept Ito school who wu' Instructor In 'ears agO while he aa :with the Floeora I "ijI.

,. to Atlanta will leave there today: foiSt .Concert Com any and the;'acqualntaneeBhlp
the Summer Normal at"Palatka; and
:" dr. Oliver taP bas return from Louis and other Western points Ga. ', la to culminate IIi I. ,. meats; Live Best Choke Poultry. ,J
who afterwards went .
I Eatont9n. .
Polite _
were he hu Mn visitk = until October and marriage; 1Ir' Conklln'a Attention to
Port Orange where they will remain : return and dressed
visit and fatl"M,
to friends poialtryF
jTRBATMElfTits fj
friends here will'jo n In -
several I IMrs.
k Iq daft tot
: home this morning' d will at ontf : < ".
.. 'begin preparing for e opening of h'' congratulations and wlB1Ies. I f'. 4 .. .-,af
Burden >iu accepted a ostUon : I f _!." ;
1 u stewardess ..( and Mr. and Mrs..: J. A. McDonald and accompanied home py1 his mother. 11$. CO. w .atahliskedlbed _t.MlMM -
. will-& hduties e Thursdi J y. family leave tonight for an rating of G. W. Hall.jWhohUI! ''been visiting fJt monscaptured.yesterday afternoon, wha.Mr.can J..be'a11e4 B. Corner 13th St. and'Ave. D T lien !. I>M 'J:

several weeks'ln the North and East some time with relaUvis sad frle sat .
... Dar and fWf1! HcGrtt }r-d1JI.I which :1" very' obliging fish. He had .lost nilbait ..t
will wisit'relativesand Uelrole. ,
during they
, oa Volua1a I; fnue. are--eaterrtaintng In > '. and In taking his line the hook i '
? ).rs.'Robert cGrUf and 1ItUe non. of friends at their former homes the f caught' In an large t >mato can . .' .
and also ,
{ 'WamL-DI4& Quette-Ney'; Hartford and New Haven "The Sweetest Flo rer That Bless"U the bottom'of the bay and tie < '
. j St Louis Exposition.. new Corner B ant lift Street.
not sweeter than Fhelma.:,' the It in., To his rarprti e the can contained Arena

).Ir, 1L'C. Mp k a premineat truckr perfume.*' A delightnl odor dalcate a good sized ana per full of life THE ',' .
and > Fort i nde"dale. 1sIn Reports from the keys of the lower yet permanent, Thelma Is beaming IR
er crowe, apparently very ani ious to get out t G. A. MU ., Proprietor.
the city .r CD bUilneel and pleaI coast are,that the truckers and grow- the favorite among I'people ,of IiDI"! his temporary prtsJn.. 'It Is supposedthe _

nrt. I ers 'are .p tttng' in extensiveYtomatcand menteveryithere.:.Call and tea! It tour fish was either ;feeding In the I I

,0, j vegetable,crops and that the yield store. We are rtrf to show It be at the"time It was ooked or else darted I

:' The steams Marttnigne, Ca4pt tit-- this season promises to be larger than CauSe' It'makes friends':' for. Itself and I into it with fri ht when he I ANCA os

thll afternoon from heretofore re Uzed. Crops ii on. the us. .
,: Ions arrived Imtort) pulling It inn Bee des this one Mr.Fltz JiI
r Xv Weat.an vans and wn, eaU On mainland are also.being I set and-they, t Biscay Drug Sbre. f- b mona- succeefded In'catching ,
tri } too, aft.larger than any of previous John C. Ajbernathy-Proi).
a the. return Thursday One string of fish bit in the more natg
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oTnc. years. '. ; FORMERLY ad ells je -t >
uraV way; of booki them In Open ral per4aYa 4b)
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; The Govern t beacon I j / mouth. ; 'This Ii1 rnlng I Special pe wept to CommereiaiPAtAI
to finish rebuilding Miss Gates who has been stenographer Thursdayi'afternooq, the "His Beene"and nee. tar A1U'IE Roosts tic
Ia morning
!. the. went out hard : om..
Prlt br the T. E. C. Ry.. succeeded
f jhe w' beacon on Florida, for Mr. J. A.'McDonald, at West the' "}paml Kld baseball, teams ; fifteen '.r.....Hike Dat f Mlwl.. Florida. -
landing of
Beach to.. will meet i lij their seconds gane on the in goo string ,.'"
been transferred
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a. mt !1 the twenty snapers; gnjnts, etc. t'I' -. +- i ,
grounds Metropolis .
this city In alike capacity In the office a4Jqoent.to '
i j Id his he has the advantage i
dock but ,
same _
Miss building for of llOO.Kl$ side. : : V i .
,,. "1lr; R. G.' h beu gun e erection of the Fort Dallas Land Co. ,a purse good i a. of the mre fishermen In tba i V V V !5 ,
and tracUve Gates takes the place vacated there by Both teamsl! are in and '
or a _
'[ bungalow cotta for Captain And on I Miss Eme Welsh while:on an extendedand as' the, "Haa Beens" areJamilUoos J to he St uses Augustine.shrimp; for w ait ch. he'brings' i J: Willis Sin "leton .
their the
" Eighteenth a t on the th aide i Indefinite ,vacation In the North wipe out former defeat; and ,
: "Kids" are Just as desirous of admlnistering -
and West, ,
of the rlTer. i
to,them another jrebuk*, a goo4 MRS aid BUilDER ,
political spec ng nezt I I crankshaft ., and g' game can (be expected.. -The ladies of th "Deestrlck' { :. ,
The new to take the teams Mrs. Eaton
to eet
as' are requested
'< didate Both will line 1'pJ] the:same,
Saturday at 1 'clock F m. place of the one broken several days In'the' ; the Stone dock W dnesday afternoon I Estimates apd Spec fications x
N. B. Browar d others will be bereon ago aboard the Ross dredge*has arrived they did first game. J September Hth.; at o'clock. on npplicati I

that date d they 'should given and the dredge resumed her (work I \ d '
I The North EndLiterary ,and Improvement '"
.A, a good crowd P N across the bay... This dredge so far has' !I pub met' last night wit Stone and Cement Work' .

'1. Builder F, Hahn busy making onlY a few;been days working the crew in day will time be ,doubled but in Mr. and' Mrs. James i jThompson bi I(1NE'LO1S.V me and I ,c will_. ca'li' to'see you.': Box, 473, Miami- Fla.Hinsoh -

r extensive In'the store room Fifth street, Quite a number attendelthe
occU Ied and the dIgging' the canal pursued zeiC
Yormerly by C. L mantes .meetin{and enjoy j the hospital 1z >
both night and day to completion.:
1'I which is f be need by B rdine tQuarterman ity of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson In lames Get your glassw re at The

as idry goods a r$, music, recitations :and, .retres1imen Store.' The sell ch P. HoLise.: .-
Mr.'P] W..White of Quincy; Is a'visitor Next.Monday night the,elub will," meet '
Captain ot the anzili yacht In the city. Mr. White Is tho with Mr. and Mrs. John1' Tucker on the Fine office coo s for rent In' .
..,. : wife do abont father of Mr. L. White of this Newly Furnished. In new Iqcatlon
Zora Is e g bls E. city same street, These me lugs are much Metropolis bulldlnj ._ ; Rates S .50 per day
? the fret of Oat ber'from Bro yn. N.Y. and owns real estate'here'and elsewhere 'enjoyed by the members land are productive SPECIAL BY W E)(. 1 h'S.t.. Florida.

':" .; to spend tL winter here with himsett In'Dade county;which frequently of much good Instruction' and School'. ;!books and] schools supplies : : : m.I' ..

and son: calls aim, down on, business Mr. soctabillty. \ j The Racket Store. ,

'. White Isj)elghlytwo years of age but ,1 j I ._ \ I II t

,;3'. Mr.. Leon wyer and MI Louts.Sweeting is spry and. 'active: as" the,average markof I j I.Captain Cook n .of thi "launch I JZora, See W L. Daugh ry, 1005 Avenue D } ,
' wer nited in m e last fifty. contract for If your sewing ma line needs repair-

."", evening by Ft CA. FuUw pasta who building recently a'jstone completed breakwater; a< at, Cape ng. '. I To Make oomfo flew Goods

" of the .M. E. 41urch South.couple at 11 he have parnonage. The comedy' "A Noble Oztcet7 Florida for!{1M Davis: |the owner, and Fine Lares and Embroideries at The
The oung successfully ''
whIch was so !! contract for
secured another
who has
friends. Racket Store. ,
itt the hearty a wisheeof thef season by local talent will be1 put on the same"party and at jthe same pliro .

:' the'boards aphi at an early ''date by to place 4f>(( tons of rork'in: an addllonal I- MONEY- TO LO -Apply to Dad .

Captain W 44d. the owner or the the same cast excepting Miss, Ethel sea wall,, went down to Cutler County Security M. V Brown, o '

launch E1 Moh., with his dang ter MI'II. S'eadherlywho. Is .absent from the yesterday with his, llgh +; and a crew H. B.' Shaw; 432 Tw Ifth street ,
y.," Maxwell exp to spend th1 winter down city, but her place' will bi equally as 'omen' to begin getting put the rork.he ; Until Septemb r.:: first .:

at Cocoanut ( ve., having gbQa well taken by Miss Edith Mercier. Thefirst rock will be ferried across the.bay .

: 'this be afternoon locate Thr"Ith Mrs.will Trull for lbe w.preset place rehearsal:of the''., play' will take as fast as secured and: It, Is expected MIAMI, FRANKLIN CONSEF TORY COLEMAN'OF BUSH MUSIC all. goods will J'e sold ..., : :
the york'will be completed inside ,
that .
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weeksi... I! at Reduced Pr ce's : -
month orsU J
Owing to, 'IUn8s of M. J. B. a J __ : : :
Mr. d. D. Brossier,*who for a longtime 81 J .
.: Reilly aDd th beeeoe of May Sewell _ant'until,a year' ago was connected M"TED.-Pn liasers for resllences. "' -- -.. --.z
the munlclpa rt was press ed over the News, Is now connected.rah built to or er, on easy icata'Iaent '
t' with
by,Mr.'J. E. mua :resterda and ht! the business department of the Wanted To BuyAT payments.- J. H.; X tum & Co. I J. W. 'W tSOl1 4Youngs'Phrrnacy

'" save It to th. offenders wIth his bId. Miami Metropolis. Mn: Brossler *!,1[ a Real Estate Broke I

y. time vigor. I rOung"man' of ability'and-posseses ex.,' tborooffhl.T ONfrom: modern honte owner between or arrnt loth a t

II Y ellent qualities; that ai e' rarely fonnd, and 11 h *trrpt*.and Avtnnr D and the! FOR, P.E\T.-T o tlegant suites or
Praeclpe fo mmOaB In a nit, !za- Bay Mo' haTe four 1'1..10" mom, '
is to"be rooms, two each Jeslrable for
tad the Metropolis congratulated on md!floor. Pricephnvt 4.O ) to; office.
BuD p lt dam 0.O0 baa D filed, upon having secured his' valuable $!.0I1I1.' Send photon and fjimr plan 'oj tor rent in".the Metropolis building. .

In the ler1[' ftfte. circuit! c urt, Iby 1In-lcea.-Mlaml Daily"News, I JOSEPH XHICKOK
R. H. Huddles n against A. S. raw qy. II "
I 1 1 j Headquarters faif cy groceries, fruits
Seymot la pomplainan a attbr- 1n Guarantee I\p'1d1al'< atWilson
If"R.H. .- \ Harry McCown., of the First National 'Mi n..poli.. Miineaoto., lye's. 1 .
Deft I 'j
I tank, who is away on his vacation Would('C>alider l rrntinr for ne rear.If jnr do
not wish to "rlLulius FOR SALE.T-.Te: acres of good pine [ .
which he expected to carry into three F;i '
$ tit a land
\ Mr. Eo )I. b'returned. morn- firstclass'foles fruits and :_
months ;
or more, has been telegraphedto
: lug from, i It of several days, I rto.Jacksonville come home.ai once, owing to the, aa west of Lemo City about a mile I e
e' la very m ch Impressed and a half;and not far from rock road.! "
absence of cashier E. C. Romfh. and
with 14a thrift and wth'ot the other'members:'of Will, sell cheap. A dress "Land" A complete and carefully selected stocl> .We buy our drugs in
c that city.:an n probably e gage In among, McCown now The Metropolis. i small juanties aud often. w/we can ah ay"* have them -fro and
business th an early dat the bank force. Mr. Is, I ton. Our customers, get the benefIt of thi >and.are always !satisfied
In Virginia but Is expected here within forl
W ANTRD.-A 1 of t,0JO.OO(
z I '- Icjan
I i day ear two. : et _afe&tca ring ant
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)1r. Eo ,E. &J'Od. of W t Palm '1' IIx'monthlonkllt- dge first mortgage!!' ug ,
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Beach, came this mornlgg anti II pape ." Will not.' ay i over eight percent !;

+ looking, aroun f-tth a view
ere.. Thlill JI second visit MiamI. to return .home tonight from BOOKSELLER ire Metropolis. I .
and be la IIU led MId &Ufttt at the New York ,where ;they' went .several 0 I at the soda fountain! Special cream' and sherbet* Saturday <

growth ap4 d efopmeat Of ,cItr. weeks ago for treatment to Miss Beck- 'MIAMI IFLA. COUNTY PROP RTY FOR RENT.-4 afternoons and ereninjjs.Ve want your patronage and will .
j broken here and I always endeavor to !nee' I pr'a arm'which was room house ,wlti both bath, cistern g our line;
The ,the several a pllcantaexamined which needed sanitarium'' treatment.the .. and necessary out ousee.with ten 01 ,

week for poll ona.u. I Injured member; It lI'sald. has been more acres of goo trucking land,;:a' Personal Attention Awrcrse a. fit,:Daan.fri tf Past Of fleevPROP I Ir'P"r .'

'teaehere ID Di 4e-county pubU schools, properly set and treated but that it Q Orange Glade five miles. from' Miami, -gtvea.to afl prtscriftloas W E. Y UNGS.' .: t
.mere ciTeD Oil grading committee this 'will be several months'yet. before it is rotmKIDNEYCURIP Qn good rock road, Call on' or address 1t

Z. T. Mer- and well. Palter Waldin. M MIll.
morning by rntendent I rong M Kltmm, aid madder BlgM.
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1H_ COLORED PEOPLE. ,----E\fS. To I'' Whom It. Mt:II';bTICE CoDCe1'1ii'llNotice I .; I Southern

HERE AND -ELSEWHERE President Roosevelt'sletter', of acceptance i Is herey: given that the undersigned The trie ids.of F. Wharton desireto y '
,which was'made public yesterday intendto apply to His Excellency -
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announ e him a a candidate to succeed
3 3 ---- wan the formal opening of the
Willian 8. Jennings GOT I J
hlms If for alderman.-and to
I The letter|was: volum- tj solicit I Tf" ,
the campaign. very ernor of the Stat of Florida, on the
services at a 1 of the sipport of the voteisidn I his
Inous, taking up a space equal to about 6th of October : <
day A D. Dot for Let '
ndeed. Rev. behalf he the' 20th instant
oaltnday were giand columns. I t at primary on World air Route
e' 'P. E.. of th s district of the A. fourteen. ; Metropolis Urs Patent oti th proposed charter,
annexed! l. -
preached at Bethel last hereto 't, .
; : Ua., had t ,ooO fire Sun- t .
Qultman. a day
ro, Af' [night one <>f 'the' sermons ot This 27th of Agust A.D. 1904. The frietds of F. W. Hahn [desire U.anncuncee 0
da y night 'at which time four store JAMES T. SANDERS Best Line
ils candidacy for renomlna- 10 St. Louis ;
wets either severely damaged or totally fr
.ti Mt i. Emellne Jon* has been on the< '} j'I W. S ORAMLING, : ernian, subject to tie primary '
destroyed For a'time the: whole
: slckljat' for about one week but is DOM: '' I J. H-rATUM.. elect called for September 20th. :
j town threatened with destruction. Superb car '
was dining
I} impel\ '. -.,. ,. CHART I :R. service i--

: M Repel Gardner,the very effl The undersigned pesons, James T. The njai, y friends and supporters of -4- -
en. lerk of the C olored'Town Bar- It Is said that it will be either receive Higgins Sanders, ''W ,S.I ;:ramng"jand'J.'I H Aldermanently J. I.Wilson have SQ perslsthlm -.
Woodruff who wi l the
i-- pi;| tie, left 11 Sunday'night for or Tatum.. hereby associate themselves together -nag 1 to stand fOr re-elec- -I

;x Jackson le.i .-' 1 Republican nomination for j Governor. ; fbr the purpose ( becoming Iti tlon that 1 e has finally consented and Stop offers, going ;and returning:
of New YorkfConnecticut .
Rci S.. Brown, he bl gest colored ;,
t," m ant thMfjde ct JacfeLonvUfe. left .t' negro-,militiamen I complain otFIorldL'1'[ primary 01 the 20th Instant at Atlanta ,' Knonille LouisoilleAsheville, v ::

on nday mofnjag for' Jacksonville, t' jThe following: Is the popoeed charter ( '

f t; Charlestonwhe ,' th northern clues that they,were stoned' by j,South. for the Intended corpoatlon: FORChas."H. CITY TREASURER.Catthslde and principal No tli carOlina Mountain Resorts;
a1 era militiamen at Manassas' just; before S> Is a candidate for : ,
will'pu fu\l > u
f, he ase supply 'I\ L\ "
leaving t home. Someot, were. Treas to succeed himself subject ]
i city rer ll
of f and 'winter'vlng. s. { He wllUMc I The name of the corporaim shall be I: .
f: pretty badly Itwed up. : then to the will of the voters to be designated -
t all p> lability; be i for about three The Florida /Medical, CoD r4ny; will f ;

weeki. His old stock 11 be sold at a I J. I its principal }office located t Miami, at the primary. election 0- on theF0R See High Bridgej(highest 'railrpad .:bridge in the. world) Famon. 1f.
A negro preacher In Atlanta unday 20th Jis t. 1 1'r -
t aacr t ce.Mb .I Dade County, Florida- i Blue Grass Region, Lexington and Louisville.. .
in discussing the "Before Day? clubs '
: *' Ludell Boyd the y amiable 'With the" 1// ARTICLE ItThe. I Free"reclining: chair' cars an, high class day coaches.- Through
< said: regard to Statesboro COUNCILMAN II
;; daughter<< \ of Mr. 8. J.: Boy 'left this tragedy, we (eel a sense of shame over .general! nature of the Justness hereb announce myself as a candidate Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville Ito SL' Loiiis.urnished : t

mo,'rag,[for West 1 'alm.I wherea. )I 'to ,be transacted shall be the nnnfactaring Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully i upon application. ,
the crime that led up to It; and a sense for member' the.Miami CityCouncil .
t-a. she. J1U ,spend abo t two'weeks with of Injustice'oVer the. treatment the condemned -, ot. and placing upon the packet. r i' ;, ., :f1
her other and fro n ttience to Jack-. Extracts and Medicines t tW' teL C. Lusk DibS strict
"'. i received. We pray that the ;j-composed : Mglntyre. ; Passenger Agent,
I sonv ', le to school. wholly or in part of native herbs fruits :
: outcome otj the' investigation1maj: t 0 Y. Bay St., Jacksonville; Fla ;'
R R. J. Taylo, the collector fothe. I : ;
*' r preserve'thdI honor,of the State andt and berries, and in such quantiy and FDR CITY CLERK ,.
: idustrlal Rep< rter on the:East quality as' shall be decided bj) the as
punlahntent that
will be so shaped 'I hereby announce myself a Candidate -
Coas returned from Palm Beach Board of of Directors. '
West recurrence 'of such things shall be for re-election to th oftice of
last : inday mornlni :. ,'!. jj ARTICLE in., '
pre .I f ) I' city clerk and !tax assessor.
Tb/ehjterary Sodiity of|the city had of capital stock sha be $2,50SavannaliandRetUFii
i ( The amount M. R Kellum.' : *

avc i r .successful neetlng yesterday ',The Russian Baltic ,,'fleet has; sailed 12.500.00. to bedlvi4ed| Into 250.shxet. L ____ :_ ::

afteitran. It discussed live topics. o lthe par Fatue of $10.00 each, wBch .
for the Far East. of different } : FOR MAYOR
The c embers were < enthusiastic to say Expert' 'not shall "payable at the option of-he
declare do. .be- At the earnest solicitation: of his

the 1 R ist There wai one-new memberadd lieve that' ,the' fleet,will ,go past the Beard{ of> Dlrep ors in, services,'.Cash >r many Erie ds John Sewell has consented -

) to the roll, in the person of Mrs.G. \ believe property, real or personal ati i iJust.'aluatlonJ 400 Columbia and fietiiFD1Special
i Sues canal, & ey do not that ; ether to becc. me .a candidate for reelection
{ HalL The program for next
remainder be fixed
the Boast
i the Czar:will rak'the of to .by I as Ms yor of the City of Miami atthe .
announced I' .
Mon< I ym be lat r; his fighting'fleet ta the .Japanese war- of[Directors of, pits Company at a meet "prima .to be held on ;! the 20th i I .
Be ei A. M. E. $:Shnrch, ,Under the called for ) 1 '
Inc purpose "
L ,.this j Inst l .
t" ausp ( es of Blsh Ti.nner's Club, gave Admiral ,Alexleff Has' tendered his D ARTICLE IV,1 -......T '. ._

an e i ertalhment la it night'Tteewlll : resignation, but.the same has ',not'as This corporation shall continue ani d COPY. I'

:; be.e. meetings all yet been accepted 'by the\Czar._, have power tqjqperate; Its corporal, "
the I n the Cl cult Cjoiirt of the Seventh
of tt< Methodist of city '
franchises for
and immunities

k tons'his'I inhere t; Each.Prayer lead T. expects meeting to at meet the Madame Melba;the opera' i nger, ran' a |elm 'of twenty-five powers: (25) years afte r: \land\ for Jade Circuit Count of A Florida.i i'I" Within SiaAir Line aRi1way.Wed .

over"a man with her auton ile IJr the commencement of its corporate ex' In i Chakuery.
Church. A 1 are expected toT :
Bapa t ; f Paris Sunday and killed hIm The f f: { nk of Jay' Blschjaa, a Corporation,
attenaboit man who was killed was'at) fa: as II F ARTICLE. V.i \, I Cimpiaina itfetdant vs. ,Stuart H. pale, Del '
N. TUllaios. .hable pastor I '
Re B.
he dodged In front of the lie The business of this Company shalbo l u 31cisoniiile
1 r .
d Ch rch of the city :. g.
of Baptist
,," ass able sermon Sunday In trying to dodge, a cab. aUTo' conducted |,by'a President a',Vice_ '\\ der of Pub1 eatioi."pOn' .
prea ::1 ed quite Treasurer d
President Secretary, aniGeneral
: ap illcatlon of the complainant, '
11gh\ I The losses of the Japanese army in Manager and. by such othe leave J
: Pr '. J.,W. S. Be tbune, the able prin.4I' by its solHJippearl elton, Patterson t, Train to l at f 11.301.f m.
the Llao Yang battle are officially plac- officers, agents'or,employees as may; from the &affidavit of W. '
al the public school reports tg,
city ed at 17.539 f tiT the Japanese government fromJHme to time be appointed by thiBoardNof e -. .
W. Erwln of the said solicitors, .
one hnn drwl and twentJ- ve one f .
'stud; i its on yesterday. Directors. The office of Secretary for laid complainant that the refend- Savannh tickets good returning" b. regular. train on or before Sept. 2nd,
,- and Treasurer, at the discretion
1 Tlte wfll be an election of the ant,8tnaf IL Hale, has been absent Columbia. tickets good return' g b regular trains on or before 3d
'tmsjeies t at Bethel AJ. M. E. Chri to- It Is claimed that the i Emperor of of>;;the Board of Directors. may be aIled trcni the scanty for mOle than sixty .:;, I' F Sept.
lussla' has ordered General Kuropat- and\ the same person.' The *
by one
; days nex preceding the application
mlghi All adult members expected 'TICKETS ISOLDE
t.T1eG are. kID to retake Llao Yang-if he cans; names of th ,Officers and ,Dlrecton for tHs; o'der of publication and that JACKSONVILLE ONLY

to recitation bye Mrs. Prof.I J. W. S. -, f shall consist f three members 'and the ref 1 Ideice of said Stuart H. Hale Is -I

The Rio Grande river Between 'Texas who to conduct the O. A McDonald) 4
: IB"yesterd iy""s Literary was -) stockholder!, are nnkniwn ind that there it no person ,
t treat Yon khonld have beard and Mexico Is oat of Its banks and business, of the corporation until those in thi. St e the service of a! subpoena Assistant. Gen. Pass. Agent 'S. c. BojUton, Jr.

IL I I'K Is occasioning much suffering. "I'] elected at ,the';! flrs\election'shall, be In chmcer r upon whom would bind the Jacksonville'f' 'I -. Pass. Agt. ,,

# t It.'A. Powe, the The International .Harvester | Company James T. Sanders. President tie I'that
ture man,.will nov i his headquarters sild ,Stuart H Hale Is a person I
_.. on Tl nrsday.Janle. at Chicago;; 'has shut down ,its |W,' s. cr munc. ..Vlcedent:;: ot ov r twenty-one years of age. ,, I

Morris, .the able president works and thrown"" 9,000 people out of 3. H.Tatam, Secretary and TreasurerAnd It ii th< a tore'orden4 that the said i ,

of j B. Y. P. U. ofthla dty. has been'conffned work.. > I.. James T. Sanders, W.' r Oram1lnc Stuart H Hale be and.la, hereby required -

to her bed or several days. *' ,--' J and J. H. ,Tatum shall constitute the to appear to the.BI11 of Com-

]I.-7 ,..' Brown ai d Wells wish the The Eighth Massachusetts regiment, Board "of Directors'untU said 'e j loa. plalot f11 i In. the said ., nse, on ,or '

on its way home from"Manassas, wentby The Officers and Board ol Directors el of October -j ClubbinRates.
]< to know tha they have. on hand before Mo day, the day :

.somj>> if the finest meats, way of Esopus to see Judg Parker. .said'corponttdB. shall be elected atN A. D19041 otherwise- allegations of -

s v A. Scott P.+Eo;left Iwn..thlssnorftig the Democratic candidate. for President first annual meeting of the stockhoflers said bill 111 be taken. ati confessed by I

i :for West'Palm Bead.T and at each annual meeting of the the said ifendant'' | .

> fa was Baptism at.' Ebenezer )LEo stockholders thereafter.The first'annual It Is ordered that this order t

Ct) iiich last Sunday., Rev.,Hartley, Ed Smith; the negro deputy marshal meeting of the stockholders, and be ruter a week for right! con- '

beat who shot and killed another negro ea'ch' annual' meeting .thereafter, sha} The people of Dade Co will all the
: Its v) e;pastor, was]at his secu "The Miami) Metropolis : nty want news

11, D. C. Williams, of. c Cocoanut,.here last January and waS under. sentence be held at the office' of the 'Company 01 ," t. /rspaper published In the this year as it is, to >e an':interesting one because :

-.Crof was In town esterday. I of death.escaped from 'the Ocala the 27th day" ofJXngust.t :, "I 'ro9D y Dade and State Qf''FloridL of the electioi s, ,' ;

Drcplojt. 3qI1: Frazle: one of 'tht able jail with't1l'0, other.negroes. Saturday. .: .ARTICLE, VI.j i i ated : Is ;-th day of August A.' D. ,

i red Editor I Bight The highest amount of indebtednesssieuc 1904.f'ft :!
;! 1 jMfD's. of t e city, '
'" to < yester- He was"seen here and shot'at by which this Company" may 'at any t'the E. C. prjiRBORN and
Pick ,were up mon pty : (CL CtJf' Jtotionl State 6
h '!. Marshal Gordon and Mr. Bishop: Ion- 4hall not I exceedthiimonnt : County
dayh ornlng., subject j ( Seal ) Clerk of the Circuit _
1 AJ Hamilton, at Lfmon City day night but escaped.- He was located of Its stock. S' '
R F. capital
count .
ad for Dade & Flor-
iI In the old Garrett building Tuesday VIIl: Court In i "
students at
repo .over fifty '
: night and when Sheriff Nogent: and ida ,- .
I nameS aid residences of the incorporators -
schoTl yesterday.Juvenile The I '
sam of the totar hall. Gordon, ,'Il"ent'after him he and the Erwin, .. '
riton N6. 22 of this Company, Patterson The M strop'olisnts
: '
?:; city ad a very intetenmg'Reeling on 'aH found underline'bad with re- amount of cap!tal 1.7 stock -subscribed bj SoJ:1I irs for (.o Ptal I .
'rifle. They were forced to < ,
yest lay afternoon ppatlng each, are as fo lows: 1 Has.
him perfected arrangem whereby it can offer
ihont as.he refused to Surrender arL.
Mri Alice Taylor one of thet, ach- : James T. Sajaers.(E Seal', of Miami, ASTERS such attractive
ind attempted to shoot the offlenj.He I rate f6r| riousewspapers'
; era En _the Juvenile Samaritan"Lodge Fla, ten share 1} .!,
J hit three times before be'would t. that there1 should btmaming for
was .
; who ( as shocked fie erty by lightning.' W. S. Gramllng_ (Seal), of Miami, Fa.) : : I no, excuse ; people re-

f last wk' 1s'slowly Improving. giveup,.' He waibrouKhtto.thlf & :en'-shar9.., : '' 1 Under md by virtue ;jot* a de- in ignora'n ai asjto; the happenings of

M< rs. Nelson. "T lompson N: W.' store attended of the,, Baskin, ft ,Griffith.,wounds I who .- ;:Tatum'11t 11-( ). of.!Miami, Fla., cree of-> oreclosure and sale I issued i the year. i
All the
VonUonFry' and W. J. Montgomerywill ; : out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh t

ave'for, Florence S. C. the lat slight; and he was able to go-balk to1 ten/shares., '. '/ Judicial, C rcuU! of Florida, in and for I
week '. tail! Wednesday5; Dunnellon Advo-;, 'State Dade courjty. in a cause therein I pending o.
ter pt[ of this Dadef '
County of [ ,, NOn '
Dr Crazier, Rev. lUmllton'and' Rev. Mtecate. this"day personally aCpearedLbe- wher In J.'A. Robbins and L. W. RAT ES. ,
st af Bethel Church J Robbins is' wife, are' complainants, I
.Pick ii | worshipped, Jamee Sanders, W. S. Gram- .
on Sp t day night ; Master.Joe'Pratt" ,who'has z Just. returned tore me I pf. ; well knownas and E. C. anler and Fannie il.:Lanier, i.
H.-Tirtum to
.. from the East that ling\ and! J. me
: Coetsayp his wife; V. N. Johnson, the Bank of
s In and hobscrlbed The Daily Metro polis I
T I t "Sea breeze is great -endbat':Mlami ; the personsjdescribed: .
Bay BIscc ne, a corporation. Lucy J.
girl who was on her way fore
3 A tothe One Year
mng names
.. Is truly theMagic City" He made a arid .
her home In Articlesi of Incorporation"of! "of,the Johnson William. D. Hughes, doingbusiness .
from iVhtte Spring. !;; to lying trip to Miami and made ai! hurried going !
f sev-i ;hes &, Company; and
Berr ijcounty. Sun}lay.night, reported survey: of that prospero l8f' and Florida Medics !Company,7 and did Daily Ximes-U ion '$10.0QmesUnion '
executed( the Santo Loan and Trust Company
prospering With'whlcb hJ' orally acknowledge that they '
that she had been lured section was
tot police uses a corpora on, are defendants the un-
s soon tobe the tor-S9ue purposes :and *
nuch pleasedThe deep yater ,; same Se/iAVeeklyT
from) ff train by some young man : dersig d, aster in chancery, will sell, 15:50. .
i secured will, eventually make MIami therein ex 'res9ed_ ,
"h acquaintance she had formed, have hereunto at public: uctlon, in front of the Court t
Doe'ot the chief of the Atlantic In witness whereof, I
'She geared to be about fifteen years coast; .cltles.j Seabreeze he thought a iet my a'' official seal, this 17th Housed r at Miami, Florida I during Weekly/Metropolis; wi h" .Semi-Weekly Times-'
j the h of sale first Monday t
of ale and she stated that she had been delightful place and.an ideal summer- lay of August.; ; D. 1904; ", legal urs on they\ UnfoWith7 .- '" |2.OO
in Oct ber A. D. 1904, the same beIng -
the man nearly'all re wort The Clart'Ddoo Inn Is being f j| s. M. TATUM..
-talklitjto J : young the th rd day of said month, to the Atlanta Journal >tw a week "- '
and'other Improvemeet.: eel 2.25
State at Lamer' (
the from White "Springs. When enlarged area 3 Notary Pnpllc I
r f' iy ; 1907." highest .ai d best bidder, fort;| cash, the \ Bea h dews "
In different of the expires Feb. 9, Weekly'Palm
this Wtr was reached,,be invited her; prospect: parts kly commission:] :: -" 12.00
owing described real estate of the
to ge / and get lunch stating that own. He was glad to nod the Sea- '
lout i '
'. : and Fannie
.1: defendaa E. C. Lanier.
the j aln would remain here fort, breeze, owned and edited by Mr. Pierre PARRISH. ,
JENNiE H.Lanier wife and W. Johnson
five i ant tes. She| did so, and the fA.; Putt growing and PrOeperin'g.The i '.. and Typewriter.. Ni. Old subscribers must pa all back dues before theycan

two r't' In a hack which was driven up paper Is doing a good work for the \ ColIn rpnrtl t.lYpiwitlimo.Ma ifo'd lying and being In the couty of Dade : f 'these
thereof take'advantagein ) offers and
work. Teachjfof!' f-hortliaoJl';' Ofictt and State if Florida or so much cash
which is favorite resort both {
and down 'Savannah avenue town, a
i son
Path j 6omnerrlal. I KfloH ATOM ft. uY.r Back nf Bi.caveeTorre 't may be sufficient to satisfy said de- i advance must i company all orders for
towar ij I the, waterworks., It dawned winter, and summer.-Leesburg' ( to:.... to 11:00 a.d'2m I to .:ro. .
"'. ree and c jets of sale, town ) these combinations. ,
repoer j that they] were going in the .! RmiilMlce 'M A""' ''' c." \ '
: Lot Twelve (1.%) and the west half ofot ; .
wrod i direction and after begging him 't
4 to gp back'towards the business part +A movement Is on'foot in Russia 11111 I 111 1 1. thlrt', (13), of block thirty-eight'I :.: ADDRESS
: iTo Ml Friends of Omaiztd Labor | (38), nortl. of the city of Miami ,FlorIda '.
ot ta |dty,; she jumped from the ve- t o [diminish'the; excessive number of ,

hlcla ind made he way back toward holidays for,students. During a four- ,We. resp4fnlly request. that ', accorling to.a map of said city, ;

the pot ,She ret cbed there too. late rears' course at a Russian university F, "upon entering| any J store to.make made by't. L.:Knowlton C.,E./and recorded Miami M

the matter the done covers one in the office of the Clerk of the troPOlis.r
for )I r train and reported work only year h a purchase, you .kindly '
I 'Ilceman. who and the time Ircult Co irt. in and for Dade county
toa5; provided her a 29S days. In France cov- r ask the clerk to show.?ou his .
pines, !for, the night! and tried to catch ered Is two years seventy-four days; ," Union Csrd.I ", Florida" f. "t tH

th* damp who had,lured her away; It In England, two years. 1U days; In the I 1- LOCAL 779. 5 .-F. ATKINSON. ,, ..

Sa 'shed that her brother was 'on the United States two ye n. 230 days. Retail]Cleru'. International i ;. Master. ix." Chancery. .

frstt.I bat la a different coach from the!Denmark stands at the heed of the Protective AaIClatloD.XIamI.-, Pattersob & Erwln/ ...

a+ "td ass >lie occapled.-Yaldosta| Time J J 1st. with two years."3M days. II I \ 't'ii, !So'icltprs f7mplainaats.. -

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;Z; Section 24'Article m of the Constitution 8otneunkno
a ; n party orpa rtieartiea entered -

bout: ariz Railway 'R S < WILSON of the State of Flo.1da is hereby' : the po tofflce' Monday night

EFFECTIVE MAY 29, 1904.- amended so as to read as.follows: about "8. ,o clot while: all .the clerks .,

shan' were,at and proceeded to rifle .
Section 24. The legislature establish suppei .

Dally w the 1 Jo.SOT4Ap North and Wyo.is_ Contractor and BiilderNOVELTY a uniform lratem'' of county the'contents of: the safe, securing con* i '.

L* JaeksaDllle.7LT _.-ST57Ko.Kr v sc .unt Ik,, Fla _..- -......,io Ity M) : government.. It shall divide municipalities' Blderable cash, It";rf said that the }:
:: ; !\: 10 Up Lv Jeiop, da.. _....__. 80 Ky 1049p combination t the safe had 'not been I ;zJ
Le 9atasah ..So. KyftxKy O.. Ar Mann. Ua... ....... ...-.So ky a Ota, I Into classes bf not more than four
Ar(, IUlllb'a. ... .- OOa Ar Atlaotaoa.. L. a ky 6>KA -7 J J: the basis of It shall turned: and th burglar had a chance. .
on population
Ar Ctarl_. .. .. ., So.Ky IN* Ar Home, ta....4..A. :. -.. $o Ry 7 33aAtUrrrs J ?! ;' ; provide .
.bore +... -tb hy [SOp .. '...,....8oky 7Sa for the reincorporatlpn of each to add to his t: uur,., Tp to the hour i
Danville. :, .,. ,. tin. R' 1 AChattaoooV'llTeDR- a- ... My r I 945a i of ess'no has.
Ar going to p clue beenullty I.j
Ar Islington, Ky ..r. ............ Q 4.So Cl'Arenicago. 64ttp : WORKS; now existing municipality and'f r the
Ar Richmond .. Y So.By 4P 'Ar holiin3U,OhIO.. ... Q A C ( 740p Incorporation of each hereafter Incurporated found to the. party,:but a vigorous :
i /.v Ch elunul,ll- Islg Foni 84Opwr Builder of fine residences I r .
a SpecHy. I search III be made.-Lakeland
.__ ... .... ,
.. Ill _- Big Four I 171t4Ar municipality Into one of neb
( s. ) .p I' ( '
eIIar1oUrrvUld- ,1lor i I li Si). fay i Clop Lv.Cincinnati.U I'aLliml 8 SSp I" ; classes and 'no law relating to the creation Sun .
.. tw.K YElty ArClilnin. Ill Pa Lni1! 1 9* .. t
W i fiiniiton.Ar 7 ) $ hornet 'for/tonruta, bi ine.ablocks.; in fad an tbf! la the but! inif.line .
> '
Baltinor r R i 185p, ., government or' powers of any
(;w atwtl u. U 6 u .t 4p .... ;
Ar riniadrlphla. ... P K k t tla CHfcn conlcmpiajmir building!; would do well to consult men rvjtird to Ian*andorritr V'The. Travel ng j Sack Js the name
'i rChlc.ro. i7tti. .
ArXvwYork -. .... .... P K k 1 astvt .. r ,.1'116-alloo.: Bejnir a memb4 of'The HuitdiTu": E>chiair >i>d employ! euthisY municipality or number of mnnlclpalI ; _
Lf flnrilllUill, U C H Uoridawro Y4S : otcuriosity that visited the St.Pe-
.- ArTol ioo_,..... .VVV... .... .._. .OHftDllw4 fi tAr I btft,Unioa. men, I {din t-oaranltfe\no labortroiib>s on mjr workUx'k me lip 0 ntWattfrS. i I less ,than the whole of a class,
4 ted .
Ko IM- W liiBali'i d _... ....,.. .. .-O H D 7 i fl/ I .. tereburg Post Ie this week. It-:was
Dally Putlman tit.w t eam Car, Lv(1uelunaUo Detroit If B_. ; I'aL'uetBi & k D .... . . .t.. .. . .. . .. .. ..-. ., .- .shall, be ya11d.Ssctlon of Uncle jam's" .sacks ..
JarkwnTiUe to New Yom V one newspaper
Ar Ti'tabur !'n ...-... _,.. ... I'a Lines 9 trw\ I, .i -,1'1'_ --'-_.. _L- __ _, __ __ ___ _. ; 8, Article VIII of the Constlutlbn upon the lpsld< of which postofflce and .
tv Cincinnati .. Rig Fou Y a0p
TanM('B"Tl I>ald> of 6kT o.W] Cleveland.. (> ... :1:..- _. Fn 1 8 4th j ,tI of the State of Florida Is hereby. railway mail c rks ail over the Unitedtheirnames -

Lr Ky .......le y Sip repe a1ed., :
f Lr Jmck uvllle iil 4.} ..'. ho. By 4..M J ArL"LerlnrUHi>ul vlIlr. Ky ..... ....c:... Ry dam + States have B mped ;' and '
JT 8ava>tn, ; : _Iiw ky a' t Ar M. Lad.. lo ...__ k 7 Eta I Graham.Prr The votes .cast compliance will various comments.- It is a mass 'of _
Ar Colombia, t,. LSO Ky 8 tl0a i
Dade '
AT Aihetllle. N. C .._ 1. ._....Sn. Rt 160p'| No. r-"1b Florida Llmll Ar Hat -prlufn; z.C ..--Ho.y- Ky *"P TMtlnalnl train,-ihriujhmacbea. and 1'ulliuiui Postm ter Hanna found"
ArKaoxtille, Tro'O..BvHo. iWIU bhwpiug.l'arx Jack.OavUk t*. ew York. canvass, declarations and returnsthereof Cisco. : apace
Ar LouUvUla. .' t ._.. Ky s6ua 'IJn.A.'r for the sketc \'of' and the
| shall be subjected to the came a tarpon
Ar.t..lru/. _- ,.8o.Ky 4fcip- S2T '% := '
ArCJ nnn tl. OhKt- w *1 C 8lta l \ORT )SES I Ro.l3 i' regulations and restriction as an provided name of St.p te rsburg and sent "'DusI .
YWIm DrawinKkoand ) i. i mm It\I lsgHfci aa J I '
No.laily elections lathe I ty'Jack, the meting Sack" on its ,
law for
Bullet Steeping Car lW. Pen i JackMwill esud Lv J+-kwnville,KU ,.!*o Ky 1 Shp i' I. by general ,.
lxnit '' -_ J ,- el.v JeutP Maron, Ga Ga ._ _-... .,.,. .MoRy. So Ky I in(*(Ml ip James 4L Jackwe. Jr. h SBWKLInUJOIN'fi" MIAMI. L.\. !I State of )Florida.In I ,'ai.-St. PetTHED- < rsburg, .- Times
*r "
I f Ar Atlanta.ua_... ... .. .'.._..So By 6>WaLv viarl're. 'I. .St testimony whereof I have hereunto
I Anni.Utn.Ala / Bo Ky YNa
World's Fair Tick I :To At Ar RirminKtoam. Ala..VV.-.VV. .. _'_ So Uy cl4slt .> Kurnifclien accuite and complet \h- set my hand and affixed the great IATH, PENALTT.'
.. .. ... .
Ar Memi'hln.. li-un. 1 Frlw 8&.p .
I. .. Ar K.n+..rlty n Frisco *NMI ..tractK'1>r :Scathes; 'of Title 4i anretc seal of-the State of Flo-Ma< : at Talla- '

SL'I als' How] on Sale tlr-V11.4 eua : : laud in CounfiWe; own. COin ha'3see' the capital this the first day: of sometimes
ArfcKoAi I Absttact Boo if-: of all the land ReGEO A little'thig results IB

I The Florida Llm+ted." S. L Pitterso 1 cords* of Dad/County : : : : : : : : : August A. D." 190. mere scratch mats- '
," I '/ iF i (US.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD have -'
: Sue.and Trt punybolls, pal
; \ tt ., Lu : t. .. t .J : Secretary of ..State.j .
f' wise'
Is ltft'l
It to
'I v vw w> *
: l : '&RRlVA J.uJACKS :MLLE: ** > .' )
om New York W blnKtun."",,-. -. o. !! "W..hlii ton and Klorida Limited "4-.S1 a. m. j/ ---- Salve 'ever 'handy.-.
i FrOIDCbD I nati.Cf.gatn TrU:.-NoTTi,Florida Limped"Yet.a.In.. J'V j CCRES SCIATICA,. '
Fran Kaom City, rmpbU, llirwrIUr. =nl...teo,-".'Iorld. Llmtud;' ':U.. m' t on earth and win c
From Ciacinnati..4 .etc.HOU .->o.:!!t. w DJbIOtOD andilorl4a Limited:-t9: S.Do to '_ ,, ,H. MEYER "J I. | when Burns Sores,

,; lev. L. W. lUlcy.! L. L: D., Cuba' I '
sale. -
Tnp Snmm r Tourist Tickets now oa ; f I threaten. Onlv 2Se.
K 'J / Nrr: York, writs: "After: Eft'oi.fizjHof : *

r. C' IfUSK! Dial t; Passenger A lit, 103 W..Bay St., JacksonrJle.-.1' C Electr exruclating pain from_sciatic rheumatism .

{ C. E. ACK T, U M. W. H. TAYLOR: (}. P.,Al-nS '"i 1 1bt oiitraqting clan under various treatments I was! .

".: 5. H.,HARDWICI P-T-M.' BROOKS' MORGAN; A. 0. p.' Aii. | '[ ):.aul1.h //upplics.. Induced to try Ballara,6: : Snow Lint !': ;. THAN_ ON 5 -

I ; 'I Batteries: Sn;tk Coils..Etc mc&t: ttej.first application! gIving raj for .thi- iiTttorou V

't r first relief! and the UfOtd ntlra relief.I want. t-t> ave"

i: RD : 1113 'tf, .flue C Miami, .v/'rhla.// Writetoi? prices [can give it unqualified recommenda- to help you.> money W. .

-8 I rl | tO:1. :25c.! 50c. :and tl.00. Sold bYliell i pay a little more ttia
7A.'OA ..
'- -- '- -- '
I : and ; the two
: ]< palter get .
Cross .
j ELECTION: KOTfCfi.' I. of the county in which. i be court I is es< Pharmacy. price of tbe Daily :.
\ I II -- Citizen bs's recently) I "
(Continued page JVV tablished and shall holt office for tour s A of out flsbliig the' .
V from three.) ; party gentlemen were following pricw
: iir">< L Railway .. I years, and| his compensation shall be oft Lake Parker} a short time time: | .:...1; iC :
fne I .. ...... a ..
fixed by law. The sheri of the .. X
county :d
j jr who shall hold ills oClee-foj four rf ago. .It seemed 'to be ,.an off rpl -
rs. shall 'be, 'executive hid ....t........: ".. ,8 OCt .
the officer of
: FOR. The, annual salary of: the Judgo oft aid speckled perch BO they were trolling to send! IOU both tb*. -=
\ j I courts shall #beijpald,' I V b thecounty court; his duties. and fe .a shall be Axed for bass. After going for several miles Times-Union ana ..
Y Savannah, olumbia} Camdeii, Southern P\11es| ; where snch, is' t-stabllhed. by law/ and not getting a "strike" they were ACOL&a? : M TROPAtis for: .1 I

; nil court! Section 31 of Article of the Constitution becoming dfsrouraged ,when suddenly ........... .::... >, 11:1:: P

T Raleigh, ichni l WashingtOn, Baltimore. i and shall be fifteen as!, follows: la unmtics uon, of : of the State: of FJ irida is hereby the, gentleman holding the troll 'line .." :.... ..... ... 8 2f e

.V less than thousand; pope you tbe Semi-Weekly
hila nl pllia} NewlYork.vo I Ik' amended so as to read I as. follows: j .elt something htavy to stns at the Citizen and 'hili'
: one.thousand dollars; In I I counfes of '
.1 thousand'to Section 31.' All rules i >f practice gave rear end of, the line. At first it was
fifteen mirt/itioQs-
V Elegant Trains; Daily. : i from 'V e'nlai'the circuit court shall be appli\ thought'that the ,spinner had fastened! .... ............. "' 1W'" '
.: and population; liteen Uucdrrt dollars ....
i ... cabl .to the courts of n cord., in a log. but looking back they saw the ..... .. J 00 t
; ''n;counties of from thousand cents more than tbt
..' S aboard'
of record to another co rt of was "sdmethind dlddi'ng" la the fishing -more than the ref- f

ii Y': ) [ ;I ullmaQ Equipment. "I. : more two,.thousand than forty-five dollars thousand; in! counties'population | of. tb-the' circuit! court of mother i count I 'ay: 'The! supposed flail. 'made such"disturbance" a M rrBOPOUI Times-Union;yon and get i

for the same causes. md'\ under the In. the water 'and pulled
I twenty-four Firmo- and Fruit
hundred)jdollirs: and -' ..
: C YLtNE : laws. provdlng for chan ng Ute venue fo hard against the line that the boat
all of record established t
criminal courts mw
I from be circuit court o one county >> almost came to a standstill By hard to us. tail. F
n'> In;'this (state shad ipoa the tjp;! pulling' troll denizen the ( these
JiclsoBfUU 18IjO > on the the of as prices. p
4opratiu.;.4 ,ilraasli: si ap ra (rom to I8In?. adoption 'of this: amendment ; become the Governor circuit mat.court' of knot er county. The Ideep showed up 'In the distance. :In- Tan UKTEOPOLIS,
In liscretionordar .
, t" .j' and court record ai Miami, FU;
r "I be :of herein provided the circuit judge bavin ; Jursdlction of pte'ad of belngfd fish It was a ,.largealKsator. t

anf all officers of such.criminal :, T 'Vien their
'For full luforn cna.id;: si ;eper reservations! call on any agent of ti" I I' the circuit court of,.i.ay count), to -i: gathered
record ( =
d i shall be officers ofsuch
court : of : :guns and probeeaed dispatch Sir.Gator. Baiter Shoes
board writeS :
k.: or I hold a special term of a court of "
tie duties '
courts, and discharge -His, flSunces were stopped and
;i JaCksmUle 1')1) and. received 'the emolument! otauchl1Diit such county! for the!purpose of trying .- ;being*pulled Into the boat he was jg: No',Waitinj:
lucb\ca In'whlih
A. 0. !McD mi ts3'tce3: P4 ilL : ; FlaJ :/ the expiration.. 'of theli I present the court ot ea record sh ill.the be'judge disqualified. of- found to measure 16 feet 4 Inches.' After jn the City.

term of office. considerable tugging at the oars f
/ 'I ,
j Parties to any ct lise at law inm|;! ; ; ,, Proprietor,. i'Tw.lfth
0. BO 1 TON. Jr., Pass. Agt. ,I. Section. 25 ot;Article Viof. the Constitution the animal was landed on shore and
e court of record'shall have the same XI .StrMt.Y .
4 J of the State,of F prlda Is here- the body: relieved of the hide. .The .
right to trial by.Judgei ad litem or by
1 1 ... .I by amended so as to Tea as I follows:"' parties had a wonderful story to tell
.+ referees as may exist u der the Constitution -
: .i. Section 25.,-The court )f record shall when they returned home and It' Is
: : 'or the laws n reference to
.1f.W.' HAHN hare exclusive'JurlsdlctlAn of all crimInal .circuit the difficult to saywhether'or'notVthey CLUBBING RATES V i
cases in courts or may If iI
cases not Capital, wbjch shall arise adhered to the truth in every. Instance.
Judge of the court of record be disqualified I i
and Builder ) In said countTf] an4 of'al cases at tail: I -Lakeland Sun.. '
Arcnitect: transfer the < ause to-the circuit -
"i In which the demand'oproperty value of tie I i
I not thousand court of the county In'which. Ii; hi END OF BITTER FIGHT. :
'c vow hav : in my employ one of the best does exceed one court of record may b f. .
u[can save
: monelsubscriblng
-: \ [rlftsmarj in the South, and am better dollars, and concurrent with the'cr! Consultution .I "Two" physicians had a long and

I spared ban ever 'for furnishing plans I cult court' shall have c elusive Jurisdiction Section 32 of Article V of the stuborn fight with an abscess on my bj ; i for .
fl \' La detail for food buildings, fine cabiUetwork f, I i of proceedings" relative I to, forcible of the'State of 1 lorida Is hereby* : right ;lung," writes J. F. Hughes 'of Ji : papers you want .

,: '.' : etc., 1 am now. headquarters I entry aDd ] Ui1lawt d ,/detainer of amended so as,.to read as followspection : ] I I! DnPont Ga.. "and gave me up. Everybody" I I.I I. ,

' -. it turned work ;scroll sawing and all ; lands. and tenementar 32.. Courts .< t record sbai1 b* thought my time had come. }I -I H r i

,. Tork us ally done in. a FIRST CLASS I J abolished by .the legls ature only upona 'Iast" '
, I mill. !Section :26! of Article' of the Constitution As a resort I tried Dr. Klnia ;New TlIV ROUGH THE

I I i f. planing ,1Iit I of theState of Florida, ls herebyamended petition of a major ty of the-reglsJty 1 Discovery for Consumption. The ben-
aU for doors I ., follows tered voters of tne coo: ., where such efit I received was striking and I was
Send you order andJw1nJ: BO as to read /as ;etropolisThe .
" ballusters etc. J' Beetle 26. 'Ij[There shall be six terms, court Is i i on'my feet n a few Lays' Now-I've: : ,
dow camas I I !"
i of the court jpf1, record ,?ln- each rear.I eatabI'bl'd"j. entirely regained my health It conquers i

r. and beJ I jconvl ?ed t MIAMI,\;FLA I I Section 27 of Article V:: of the Consti That amendments! tcSection" I' ell Coughs. Colds and' Throat V t

,..------. . . tution'of the state of Florida la hereby :20! Article II J and sect on-2i'Article ,, and Lung,troubles. Guaranteed: by all i
I III.' and the r< peal of Section I druggists. Price 60c and tVe can give you
.: amended so as to read as follows:, JLOO. Trial
1 of Article.VIII of th Constitution "eij .t be Dail1.ri, e8"I
;'Section 27.'JjTh.eni[{ shall be forjeich; K bottles free.. ;

t : court of record a prosecuting attorney, j the State of Florida and are hi re/ 'nion and DailyMETROPOLIS 'J

Are bU boingto.Build'? to .be named (the county sollcltor.'pwho' I by'agreed to and 'shal I be submitted tc I r I NOTICE. for ,F :s-t

.hall be appointed, b1\! the Governor the electors of the St ite at the gei er- In 'the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial 10.00 a yeii, orjoth
:.. and confirmed by the senate, and: who al election to-be hel in November A. for 6 months
1J iFSCxb iFrV'olJ NEED: : .- Circuit! of Florida-In and: for Dade
; shall hold office for four years. His D.1904.: to-wU: or five do\, ars.

IAL AN. V KIND, you! should not, fail .to see I I compensation):!shall be Axed by law,- Section %0.'ArtIc10i n, or the tJ. To County Whom: it May Concern. : '

: Article of the Constitution tution'of State Florida is he
Section 28 of V the pt 1
'.j j r rIll of the Sr ate of Florida hereby amended so as io'roa es follows: Take notice: That it Is my Intention t
i '
I cDONALD & CO: to apply to the Honorable IM.nor. S.
: J. amended so aid to read 'as follows: Section 20. The Ie Is1ature shan1nbl, t; Jones, Judge'of the Circuit'' Court of

: : I'' : ] 1 Sec ruD :2!S. I All.offenses triable In the pass specIal or local ws In MY' of,the I the Seventh Judicial Circuit; of Florida, DailyMetropolis

Dealers L iflioer, Laths, Sntqcles MouldltiK. Ccslngs. courts of reCor! shal ,be prosecuted following enumerate 'cases; that 19 i t o I for an order for the adoption of a cer'f ,.

l Li.Collle trt ,Plaster,HairEtC. Yard and officeAve U and Brick: upon Information under oath, an4 maybe a'fC; regulating'' the jurisdiction n d 'f lain minor child, towlt: Alfrin; B. Jef-

., filed at any times whether the court duties of any.,class f officers! orfo r I freys, That said, apptica.ufln will bee '
'T .
; : j the solicitor the punishment of crime or mismanor.except '
is in session jor not'bj county made on Monday the third stay of Oc-
', t I't but the grand of cir :. for t e enforcemett 01. '
; jury thf : 'tober A. D. 1904. at ten o'clock In the

At alhme i Coast;' Line: : cult court fo; the coon which said special local laws re latlng the c.,. forenoon or as soon thereafter as counsel ani ,

,, ; court of record is..held!' iriay Indict for Lice! of courts, .of jus ce: proddln( #tOI can be heard. |i. : i'

} I offenses triable ,in the eonrt.of record. changing ,venue of.vII. and criminal '.(Signed) L. A. OSDORN Applicant

t quickest e1's mOIl i icellent aervice-' North. East, and .'West i via Upon the' finding'of such* indictment caSes: granting! dlO eec changin4 h e I j/, Miami Fla. [!Semi.WYeek1Times )

ATLANTIC CtiAST LI The Famous New York 'and Florida Special the'.circuit Judge shal commit or- bail 1, names of persons :.vacating roads: 1 J A. E. HEYSER i I I

t.a ; solid Pnllman' Tain' of fempartment SIef'Plnc. Dining and.Observation.Car,' the accused for t.rIa11njthe: ( court of record summoning and emp net1lng grandaud( 1 Attorney for Applicant, Limon! i

,.: electric Iight. through* lit, leaves St.Augustine'dally, except Sundays' at 11 and the] county F lcttor.oft( saidcourt petit juries and p vldlng for the 1r'j This August :31. A. D., 1904.li -
.: shall immediately file th r.e1.1. compensation:. for essm 'nt and:+I. *-
J.. )(.. arritif ir: York: l45 P. M. following; dayJWtat i \
and Information based neon such Indictment ecUon of'tazeg'for state and coiIIt y SUICIDE PREVENTED. i
Florida" ; It dlaa Limited carrying Drawlng-Roim, Sleepers, and j f fg
upon which]Information theaccused and municipal pu es: for opeh/nand .. \ 5.5O a.
-. year
Dining Can,1 svrfe Jatkaonrine at 9:00 A. U. dally arrive New York 2:00! ; 'I ;
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.V ; be tried. conducting, elec OIlS for state! I1dcountr liThe startling announcement that a ,
)[. :oTIowt day I '
P. I train Dining Article V of the.Coastltntlon and munlclp omcers.an4 or pre ( itive of suicide had been discovered
Pullman of and
solid Sleepers
lorlda Limited .29jof '
uObwrvaUon 1 ( ,
} 'Qw j lIeu Jacksonville dally al' 9:10 A. M,'arrive Chicago 4:00 of Lthe' State of Florl a'-11! !\designating ,thepia, I'S of votingfoe 'I will interest many. A' Fun down I I. Weekly Metropolis

follow,* day.. T I is train fsrrt M St. Louis Sleeper, arriving St. Louis hereby amended so as, to read as follows 1 thnor. sllle of real eats belonging tq -'. system or' despondency. 'lnvarlabyprec
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p ) :' I- j ; i j estates :of 'de cenden, an,r Io!f: de suicide and something has

1:85 P.M. laboring er legal disc t and Semi-Weekly
persons been found that will prevent that con-
Dixie es !jackonvCle 8:05 P., M. dally, carries. through Section 29JJ! There shall be no county. ,
leave .
t ; T.lmell.Unlon i
IUes; regulaUng th ted r- .to qfcsco'an: Bt'LoulX arriving Chicago tU P. M. St. .Louis court in any,! county where a court of I
aleere ri or both at
the I-tate .county Lor municipalities, : the first thought of self-destruction., 0- one year

i. 1 1 A.K._ lotowtef BKirmlnf., | record, II cstr blished. i J. i' giving elrect, to Informal or In1a1ld d, tyke Electrfc Bitters. It being great L
'. ." W tour'and ou batf hours to Chlcage,' sven hours to SO of Artlcli Constitution -
" oulcfert the deeds ) n.
The wills tonic
or ; hcgitiniatlzing :r and acrvlne win strengthen; the
.l' St. Louis, vA one hour, to .........(% i of the'' state of Florida Is hereby dren; providtng to 'the adoption! 01, nerves and build np the system. It's I t I Two Dollars.r' .

: amended so''as; to read as follows: : inors from I ...Stomach'
children relieving Hcat also. greet Kidney and

Wa 'e' Ressarvatic ; "Secion 30.'J;"The cleric I of .the court, I of dIsabilities: and f the establishmen t: tf Uv-.r. regulator. Only 50c.; Satlsfa! :

: : ; .1 record. shal1b, a electtid by the electors. of terrtei., L. Uon'guaranteed, by. aU. druggist*. ,. t. :
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OM LEAVES.Th I G. A. R. community.Z? which I. will { y ,
seve instances of young christened Teteran City." As i j I

.flan being uced upon their one knows, Capt.. Chase is one of ;! ,

]eav e en wh growing naturally most prominent Grandj-Army \ : .
;. t .
: and uei norma condittona. Gardeners the country and he has been '
":,,- a =practi propagation or the special missionary work, among eo o esoo eo o '
leav flseveral r their plants, ouch bers of that order in Ithe I II !

'et" is gl inIas, s ptocarpus; begonias[I his adopted, home here In the :
t"\" t ch tiiemums.l Herr Lindemuth ofMerlins ''Southland, and the Urge I T TWEN1JY-DAY
iTt ea been ing experiments on veterans, now resident! among
vario other p ti_ 'which+ we should proof of how well the I I,Vork has t I, o
not s to be gable of producing done. He says that U}e
r, roots young pl ts. His experiment only just beginning an i that this _
fi have oven, ho ever, that although following winters it'vlll-be: R edtu.cin Sale
many the leav form roots and live than ever and it is to :>,rovide for { e
for to aor sho r periods, they are big invasion that "Vet r11an City"
"i not be of p ucing buds on such be founded. Very liany} -most WILL BEGIN AT '
leaves rill young plants. t The leaves these G. A. R. settlers w'l}til want a J 0\\
of a es of, true produce roots, I land to till, more than can be et
i'fr'-' and ci4unue to lye for months, or .cheaply I gotten 'In metropolitan
t. even p but ally died after the :Petersburg. and_there 'Fore a ; IB
-leaf h reached I full capabilities of tract will be obtained, ear the | "
persist e c., 0th plants were also at some point. along,the trolley : : ------t e i

suocear ljy root including the foxglove perhaps over on the gulf, which .
'..l i i tells p prea), the musk be subdivided Into lots of. a I
(mimosch n s), the tomato.and size for the purpose. "Veteran t' [ One Quarter '

the vi IOne ultarity about the In the>;very healthiest, most' tl I I' c-T
Tine at it ted'readily in August spot In' the world, will be a ,
tailed to rdduce roots at all peace ,tesf and oomfo' :'that-will Oo 1 r ((25c.) _

when pagated September by the another span, and one f lied' with 1 II :
leaves trteen species refused to piness! and content to the. lives <
will be returned
form r t4;these eluding the monkshood old veterans who will gather j! [
ft* ,
itum penus), the zonal The Ideal location- and tjhe energy I !
pelargo n u and a potato. In another perseverance of Capt C base leave each
meat err Llndemuth records room for doubt of the m cess of," I
4 the eu dad in rooting the eran City." ; '"" | j. ; |
leaves Irty-fo additional species. each o
l dollar's

,,I' iH. A. Cragon one'} The 'nation of the strike which stockholders in the H gds shoe, worth |[of $goods.'e
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has pr I valued In blcago' for' nearly tory, which Is to be rem >red|[to i '' I

two mo Is a matter of general con- ville, believes! in, advert. fng. Inta r '
T gratul4! nay,the Louisville Courier cent interview: In the ashYille I ,, they purchase o

Journalevent t ft has Inot only ,been',.anidant ner he said: : "[ : !t js- .1 |
tjtetiJ 11th heavy loss In "We propose to-adver Ise exte
}I the '
;I' wages t !the strike rs and the labor or- y. A business that Is not worth during twenty
ganlzat W i which aye. aided them by ertlslng Is not worth 014ratlng.j. I III != &

,t contrib oas} but 'las entailed loss In where Nashville Jobbers, make- &, I ; ,.;
Tarlousf, rats tom ly who had no part take. Personally- have always -I I t days'jjsale.of )
. -' ttW strong believer In Judicious but : j : '
In the IB mediate m In controversy \ '" \
In cltieS!fat remo i from the scene of slve advertising. It never falls to J' i 8
'. the coot* iniion the effects have' been handsome returns." I l' 1'

.. felt by|i lore or less' sympathetic action Many large corporations In 1'I( i \ f
, ,: of!< oljateral\ tirades, with correejiondlngj York have for some years; been in i :: \ taken an Inventory and f find that theJStock'

Ii, oar. The disorders attendant habit ,of employing press, agents.
) "Upon the strike, th< additional expense, make; known, the Incidents. of I : ; by at least $5,000 to .make room for our
x midpallty business that may be of Interest to
-to the tti of Chicago, Its ef.fect -
e of,business public. O1Ie'of. the'1a est ,of' \ t -
" npui 4 ojher branches ]
Money Sayecl is Lade.- -
and th Jemorallzi ig Influences upon corporations pay's'Its money ,
: >all kin I of, crime cannot ,be summed salary; of $$.000 a year. Borne : ''I I
" I* statistical form but are to be considered -' press agents for the purj>ose.of I ". -I I I : .
eaU ng facts from the public, or at I It j.
jj any' ate of the bad re- ; ( 1
k suits from' ;such andltlon of affairs.. vents to see that they appear' In I I 'I 0
la the amt,way. are to be viewed the : tain form.., But corporations of I : : t f V Buy Us '
. losses entailed\ vpoi I i the producers' of I kind are;:in the minorltThe p |;,
the ) houses, which have their agent usnafty employed by a t
; saml thronj front the country.I.: tlon Is there for the purpOse of
;L This. a heavy loss also out say legitimate, info matlon Twenty-five Cents
",' ] stlmaU, resulting on the] may'interest'"the "Dublin--Fourth t.'c ; ,

one hand.from Inability of farmers and tate. .
astir- cattle rai iers to ma ket their animals, I j \ : 1 ad

1 :' and! on ] e other to the people at large ,NOTICE Of \SPECIAL EETING, this 25 per cent discount will mean to
who ha had to Increased prices
Jt < pi y A special! meeting.of tie .
Jorfood. I era of the Miami Mortgaj e and
Then t ere Is th loss sustained by antee Company ls hereby called: to u / i ods that you will naturally heed, any .way. o''
, -the which '
trni 11 trot the packing at the office o the company at -
..... bnslnesi.But this n. time twlll prove P i.; m.: October 3, for the purpose of: \ or
more apparent than real. with'them Ing to amend the charter <:hanglng -
It Is me a suspension; of profits. name and place of business 'of I ,

The' pal[ :b1l1.a' Increase losses, company and Increasing Us t we will: give with, eaci dollar's ,worth o ,
and tha -A of a'centortwo floe from $:!!5ob;! to $50,000., I \ :
pojand on their product will; I f H. B. Shaw i /
soon re -ufae: them for their apparent ,4 t .Secretary and T Cashl I jr. purc ased a ichanc at \ e
lost and this kill fall as'usual l ,
upon the fn&ocent onsumers. It Is a a'S \

jl species i: graft whlfh4s found in the Pierce P TICKET TO THE / 'RL FMR
whole: i ten>, whet er of consolidated .
: corporals interests which eliminatecompetla
r't or thae' which rob the TSE B St, Louis.1Vlo.k--L" ::" =-- ,'.''-------
people up lerj the gul,se of a protective i I t \ \ O

w tariff, j ;i [ occurn flees as the Chi- ,
>;a.io. I 1'" the "' jchl Dot -
| I be unmixed evils itrightly :

:/ ed. They exemplify ,the ., I' i f 'I ; % I : YOU CAN '
k5. : drr whifch millions are Painting I BUY4

tic made to tiffer In th'lntel'8\'| those 'I ... for j' EPTiONS) ;
( Boy ; and Girls' School Shoes
SOME r 150.
"' I| }political hi"do : '.. :1N }I" : *
necrystalilxed} }I Into'laws In 1 I I : j 50c Bo .' School Pants;40e.:
]of the f t w at the expense Avenue.C 1 ) I The"only goods not, '
s of j And yet the very men North! 40ci I $1 Boy School Pants 75c..
'' Qost are blind enough to ; $2.25I / included in this sale are' i .
Ito ; I I $.7Tru ks, |5.%5 10
\ COD tlnue In power the I < 'I| ; '| Trunks 7iO.. -
'Rem'w Ic'II at Ihe foundation of e i contract .goods that we I
1 their lsv J I for I 15, Suit Cases' $3.75. .

The to I toss from ,this strike .Is$12.000OOQ Saturday ( I .: ; are not allowed to cut, 100 Sul s of Men's Clothing will be put 1
patedu one-half
at | ,;: of e
II d a fall,oh the packers and ; }..*. and Stetson Hats. Hawes Hats. on a ,Bargain Counter and 'sold for

oth f II equally divided beijktrlkers less i ban New
Bargain York Cost
th aud the stockmen.as I I Queen QuaBty Shoes, i Overab:

peaB figure) may seem wlth-. ; I ,Cost 14 Suit Mixed Goods former pries $<
lots'to the cbnsorn- -Bar !i .. ,
p'ntthe s -will be, worthit 4.60; $12 : and $ I. to go for ,3.85I e '

<|ost It n onld serge as an Tit ,
Fancy Worsted
x, n 'to poln out the way to I J 1 THE LAST CHANCE prices
teal end to the system -. I : $10 to lIZ. to go for $5.55. I-
such ci ndiions possible.! I This is positively, (
27 Suits Men's Fancy Tweed prices $15

ETERAN CITY" co :, ; Shirts_ ,' Last Chance: )'OU'will 'and $ 7.50 to go for $7.95., '
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Chase Wi 1 Found\ a G. A. :! have this: year of buyr 42 Suits Men's Outing:? Suits, prices. $1S.
Near St Petersburg (o
; $%1) ar 1 $25, to go for IUf 5-
1 _I A RARE ing the best goods that,, '
tarn from his extended ,17
Boys $-.5o Suits
to go for $L85.
where, he was very'111time. : i are made at 756; on the
( Capt J. F, Chase I[ i Shoes, 22 Boys $3.50 School Snits to go for
Lining his health and I dollar. Don miss it. $2.50..
England physicians, Housekeepers O

erect his\ return to j + ti, e
able I to travel. ,' ab- z ''t laying in i a l

y more Incursions .
d the captain hasthe :Brothers.

Inevitable ando Towels Pillow .

all his boosting '
Pinellas Penln- "
says ,the St. Quilts;and : oe,, ege o,00000000 eoeoe0o ,

i ork Capt 'Chase 'in'thi lirnfis .
fan he has coat "" .. '
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