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 14, 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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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,Altmans and Daaca 's Fight OiTslol Tomorrow, Afternoon Between "HasBeen's" Some R. R. Taylor Is on Trial. i n Regarding Peace of Cruiser Lena

RaflroSi Train ) and -Miami Kids" Interesting :Observations S::as. to .the fo sibilities County 'Court ;

) on a 'I '! 'I ,..' Today. i. at S D Francisco. '

: t(; --.j 1 :, 1o 1- of:'the &&glades, the Hammock Coral Rand I 1__ 1 'T

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,;Try to Annihilate.Each?Other With o Game, Is for $100 I a Side and Promises Pine L llnds ,;of:' Ibis P rt'f f: 'South Flori a. I I'r Case!f Crew'Out .of,Differences Between WTB Disarm HerJaps If I, .Necessary for Repairs -*' Ye..

and KnIvM-AlwisDrlilnaWJw! to Be One of the Most hterestlna ,, -- .. Mr. Tabor'and Mr; Fred Amason Defeats d at_Kambchatka aad J

AI Old. GrvJQ4*I as x' Reeked;: .. Contests,'Cm,1 Played In'Mt mr. :II: iffOR \ and b Attracting Much Interest. :I d at Port Arthur. ,

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Baker county h"'a. \on>ule i iien leud. Tomorrow afternon the "Has Been" The Following J Interesting j trUcle on, (tropical-growth l much oi It has been The,'casj. of R. R.. Taylor, 'charged St. Peterab rg. September.It.-Th* ft

and-as'a_result twc :are de d.anel baseball bj..ill' have;another shy the forest conditionn. of Southern' FlorIda cut for! ,pineapple' clearin\ ti.; In many ''!Ith'carrying a concealed weapon;was admiralty sUn ''declares- is without

,'roar'wounded::'; Th parti c f UdIIgaeelai I at.the'Miatn. {' Kids," and will prove' contributed by':'Dr.' fjolin Glfford, places] especially in,Key Largo.U, Is I placed oa trial In the county court thlgfcornlng official! advice regarding the'preaince v

.t' affair : told bv. 4e; Jxi: whether,or*not they are worthy mesa of ,PrI ceton,. Njj 'j, and ;i.Cocoam ut stiH Jn\virgIn' condltloi Whereverthese : ,, .Prosecuting .Attrner''J_ T, of the cruise Lena at San'' Francisco

SJIe Metropolis] esterA":;,as cs :, and capable! of defeating the heretoforvIncrble'younpaterv Grove Fla., appeared In'the September,, ">eys are above' '.tl ewtter; ; thegrowtii I Ej gander*."assisted by,,11. D,.Price,"'represented ;Tbe possibility of her disarmament
? who gave them numbe of Forestry and Irrigation, anithrougi is hammock;' Wn'aubJect'tawamp. I Oe State and G.-.A.-W6rley;
.. and kindred 4ueatlona will be discussed
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DIUAa h1I4 gt 10111. a' tv, { 'li-abbing Labor Day,afternoon ,the ktndDess- of the,,writer. we overfl;wj;it Is mangrovekeys" Some: I oid: Mr. Taylor, in his own. behalf, con and decided until full facts regarding
I ic t .Both' in good condition and are enabled to reyroduee it here: $re' are' defense .: If
-.1 ;"; are ,. ,M&hammock; >then all ducted the situation
standing, bro e our ssi '., ft .>* for .P"" y.VnjFind .':..; ,'; .. ':". .. r ".. ,;,. ... .... .o:.....". ._&-+ others b hammock t W the arrives
don train night, be; a rat.: .'J The charge grow.oat of a difficulty Telegraphic!advices from l ladtro.toit'gays y
-ftvwsujtJack Duncan ii i'deid.br' ... Interesting 'contest than the first' '0 OLica purvey' M' the i If %' .:'TK>i>irt- centeYa fringed with magroY8.--- vent dayVTtj5jO wtr NisfttMr., Taylor that thj Lena was sent Inlo'the
,e!' -Marshall' .Dua; !; 'lacksrouaded J-:?' The game Is for a:purse'of $100 a side.I ment' < f'Agriculture, there !& Uire> ,f oV .half 'a, century: q e' Umber on iid$ Mr. Fred Amason, bntasta8Cser- '- inc with he view of stopping the

I and'M both nines have ample follow- regions In the United States which belong these'keys has been 1 purge of
.and the er cut i allowed to dry : assault and battery Is pend-I blppln atr hand goods. It Isilso

can'Is shot in the'' e. i, &II.Unk |jt Is .!likely the lars sum''' wagered l ; tc ,the".Tropical Zone. I:, andlf then burnt In thk ashes a fine Qg against the defendant. no allusion I IJbateyer.to Intmatal! but not islljat

InoffenslTf negro. :"! .Jim..E.m" -Tw '|and\loBt,on' the last contest will be' One s In southern Texas close to tb crop'/"produced..and rtllUers h YiIeTettbeen It la'allowed In the teatl-t flier vessels[arc In the Pael n. the j
't .-jaahed, li not beaten in proportions., mouth of the Rio'Qrande: pother i* .
.others taulaet"siv t v :t ;: used The fact_ that pineapP1.e'patchea jonjvj I II nine puIf
jrit' i\game. twill be' 'played on the along' :be'Colorado river in .Arlxonr '
combueUblikagaraueed.these fStatea'elecllJlM'
are Unt
:The bloody ttU (took a faa : ver j Previous to the beginning of the case the per-
Ja Jt jgroundsXadJacent to, the, Metropolis snd California., and the other is south natlveitlousiy. to burn nit therepairs Len time complete
& exeu.nlou fsoavlile '4lchleft + can- his morning and after court had conI I ample to
: Sunday veiling atf.f.uttrain' T building and will' be called at 3_o'clock./ .BrnFl< Ida: !|b v *' In :referring ti the vegeta- fened Mr. Taylor was ordered to show I wifo it which she could'not

.-dock..The-_.AI 1 :and, Dv ncani' With probably one or two exceptions, The.JDrst two J are"hoi' and, arid, tl>: UOll'|,of''.these keys., I dannot, refrain anse why he should not fined $100 for I to'sea or a the long.voyage home,

,Io.'ert.on' : the'and !:nl&lleaDa sbbei the teams will Itne:up the time 'as thPJI! 'other Is humid and pleasant' '' throughout !,. front,.quoting the folio Ing'from,: ansrticls .tempt; of 'court..bJ'knowingly,d- I Lie probabl that.Russia.will acqui

: the Altmaas i lTheAl .'I did on LaborXpay, which was.as follows ,. ti i a- major[portion: of'>the'yatThe by; the botanist li > "Garden'and alnlng. the.progress: the court by I Sc. In the decision to disarm her.,

bad.with them,i tough, chariicterstf :: V j n uthernmwt, portion of 'Florida Fo_";volume 1, pap 279: ot being present at the opening of the There Is o disposition*to eritielM

: showed' U )looking for Miami Kldsr-Hv Clopton. 3b.'J.Clop- ,can rij htfnlly claim therefore the die personwho defendant I he action o the United States so fats
who ,Plat wan. : 4 Is a< qualnted only ame.i) Later: the explained
'. J : '. .1 .' toir. :U.; ManreckVc ;' DllIo ef.: inctio i of being the only ,humid or not has been evealed dispatch-- t
2* flghti: : 'I' wile kthe. vegetation ,of ore northern hat he was III and could get to I is i by press -,
; "'Shortly after thTills'Chartle left.:Jackson-.. Bordlne.:,2b.Hllt: P.:. Paddy,,, "'; R.j .truly t roplcal part of the mainland. ahe l states, or!with that of : forthern Flortdvjtn c:ourt any earlier which fact caused t ML- '
: .AHmaii began -to quarre't son. Ib.J'F.'Bttrdlne.;rf. ,. United States--the ::only, tropical Uayeral...these keys will findscarcely t he'eOnrt to Impose a nominal,fine of

wlthUe negnC;JHJ whom ear- Has Beens-McAnllffe,3b.; ,M Oreo ,art'..o this. country'which. can be ] DEFEATED AND CAPTURED,
JRIley, ; I a tree or herb Identical with: ,5.00 for the lreue.Th4 ,
..- ensed' ot owing Urn Artman)] aomii. ctrGodbold. e."Tracer1 McCrim'm. .reachel by,rail.! The lines[called the, or eren resembling these with wblch I. \ cue was then'taken upland the' Petropavlc vsk. Kamechatka, Septemer .

'"money; ''"The 'negrt worked'wt tb .- rf.: a Xlmanies, Ib.; Keller, If.: ,troplci of Capricorn and 'Can al he has been acquainted. He may hearT t'r allowing. Jurors quallfted'to try theme I> 14--Gederal Cundtse, of the Jap- '."<
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( !.v'tt. Ib.; Miller, p. though of course J) perfectly'straight on i with hundred and fifty "
avoid a D ncans: ar. names use ly John
R. Run Peacock.
: Burr.
t .whe theta| debt, Chuff t Aa elrort .m-be'made 'to\baY. the .the. mill' are!really' very'crooked and : such- 'cherry. mulberry.' and I ;Y, A. J. Flower R' S.'..wnI I oval reserlres,' landed 'on the west ; ). :;.'
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'; 'U4gj' 1I1amt. and cut merchants t give a' half-holiday the rery difficult tojidennitely; locate. Some! >.bnt on examlnat on be will find .on'arid J. E. Walter* Much Interest I Ir. out of K mechatka last June, and I
Death was Instao-- afternoon ao that clerks and th'J claim bat the frost line Is the limit;; j ; "entirely < tier!plund ring several Tillages..ex-- :t
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; Ifce., ae ,. the species; thus deslgi ted to be .. manifested In the case and a large
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", "- Duncan ex ; If ha.o no .part of Florida! Is In the the li habitants and Issued
.--. tmlAef.inardej I ( : different:from those) ,which he I l umber.of spectators, among:them a 1 wiled procamatlons ,r
_---r_ : larxMt. erowk hat ever attended a bal] r Jtc 'since 'frost has occurred. ,, inpenlnsulaT ,. bnojysuch .... The lumber 'to hear 1 d glaring the sovereignty of ,.
of ladles, were present f
,... tkher negro'il game In Miami will to seet&i -soata'-n:1 iit'itllroiip.-t t +'W1i.'y ;1" tf i. 'ft.--r- "*"
:.Jar1.Altman, a b of the, Cor-- I ** "iSfiTXjtepjbjr'some bsJestlmonyV ; span over pe peeinsnlarr.tar8atsn
stabbed contest.' \ The beat guide Is the char- .....
r and unfamiliar and IptereatlngTorW h. 3j&a&tnfiltttJnen. .
"... murderer,then ap Broached, I The StatpTStfoxiuteu as wiu Sac .
.. several. lines and the I lane 'tcter i>f the vegetation, and whereverthe of vegetation, and If tbje tourist be secompanled r rtaea
Dunesn. .MONTANA DEMOCRATS. V; Amason":. Mrs.::J. W; Cardy: Susie '
Marshal Dun cocoanut. avocado mango, pineapple of Jie Inhabitants war,sent from' Petropayovsk ;
4dled ids. by one
few > ;;
: In a sec Mont, September'U.Th< ; : I tines and 'Mary: Bines, while Taylor ; wo'
stubedseveralW. times., and hundreds of other strictly or he will learn much of he popular lore : to th'' west coast Kamechatka
Convention to noml C(stlll\!'l' alone' ID his defense. At.Uclock'
war Democratic State .BhaWterlstlcal y tropical plants flourish Di'and ; "thesespeople eject th i Japanese. The Russians ..Vk
:and in the exdtem ntt either] pushrf regarding< saes for ,
c. the'testimony bad been conluded -
fell from the I traln bate a' State ticket) and preslden ,..a.id fruit .:without protection... the are remarkabl intelligent In 'lefeated i tl latter and captured the !
', or electors, war :called to order,today b] '. ,'and, an: 'adjournment ordered
.. M. Danc&lfl the. father. nth< .; who will nndonbtedl] region"Js truly.troplcaLi The territory' regard 'to he--.egeta le'and ,animal i InUl2 o'clocR this afternoon'iraen thegumentswllr eider, loot ng but one min killed'and
had At Mm his revolver, and Governor Toole. referrd\to in this article Is unique In life'of th region they Innanit It will 'our wounc ed. -The Japanese lost sevnteen -,
meantime, '
several be ,begun and at ,the '
will be other "
be renomlnated as th' ;
Altaians'in ol another respect It Is' only region foun almost > kill d.
be that Jail of the adult /
bunting '!
:was : ;o'uc1U.1on. the case will to the
farJ'e* officers. '
State formation I .
the coaches.., ; baseball playerwho of coral In the United States Inhabitants come from the'Bahamas -The Rue! ian naval detachment later
,.with bis te i,; ,was on ,the train THREATENED ,TO STRIKE AGAIN These! two J Uaritles; >combine to that nearly all. the t ees and other"j urrv, I burned Hi t* Japanese schooners and
., When Of nearly l render Itia: region of extreme Interest : c' Previous to the :taking > p'of the.bo've tilled ty of their troops.,
bid himself In a i loset the, fight Chicago September 14. ants are common 't > those seye

began and Dun supposed hlr.i to biu'sori. thousand onion men. still unemployed to forester" and botanists..) Here II MId In short,that th .e' !Islands,have; case RIcUaVd! Bell charged with' .

the murderer'of !.. After,.flrinie ; at the. stock yards, sis hundred Held ,kor-'resetirc for 'in .nr1yeara te much more In coma n with the Lesser ggravated assault,;was arraigned and ARE FORflFYiNa HEIGHTS. :-

.' -several shots at .'door, be siiashed were re-employed today" Cattle handrlers ;I wme,) where manV. paases{ of plant Antilles than f ith the Florida plead guilty' He''was sentenced' top Toklo", S ptembeV 14.-Field Marshal ,

,, : with an axe, bthrough t tU the Uacon maD hteescaped are threatening to strike. again unj-! !ecology may be studied i
,', ]; the, window Ito the less more of their number are than isewh re, on the/conti. ; -"A tone of the Floij Ida keys reveals',!sty" days }?',the c.unrychaingang.he ':' I Is.a copal erable force Of Russians remaining .
S" take One through all ,the [ fine was paid.t'ESTERDAY .. 7 uth of the Hun river, andtajs '
caVAs rent j ;tan,pUS s
fA platform of the w back, speedily by: the packers. 1- L nature and society nn er such peculiar j AFTERNOONS SES-
soon as the I ght was over i t'dead-- climate. zones j from the\Bdreeal to the conditions that any who has never i t that the Russians are.fotty1" ing
oqe %
like stillness settled.'oter the scene. .TROUBLE .FOR.PEABODY, (I Tropical In going from (M .region ol visited this insular, gton may< rest j S10N. pie Neigh s on both sides of the Lla

On. white and a eero'ea4 in :he catone Denver CoL. September 14.-While the {proposed :J' 'Appalachian. Park-1 assured that there. ma1na" in ttor. '. Yesterday afternoon the Jury trying river --at .1 Ie Pass." '
left'bj renomlnatlng for Governor Pesfcody Bay] in a little wore than he case of Sam'Rayburn'and Adam
white n idly wounded Biscayne : > onaoiiree
man for'him at least, of. novel :1 '
Bilros' were 'on
trial all daron.he I
convention today Lwenty-fourYonri. Were the Toads all who REPULSED 3
eoacheifull State JAP1 AGAIN.St.
the aide'of: the 4ad-and two. by the Republican and enjoyable experence. though*(he;! cruelty
of terror-strfcken men and women it Is a foregone conclusion from good],it" wouid be little morev"an a a mar:have traversed the' mainland .of charge of J'R.'Campbell.a4welve) to children, by Petersburg.;:,: September'14=Gen.

wen the result tl d 'wtaka over the endorsement of the governor's .The e part of Florida to 1 which t I; rear-old boy, drunk. were/acquitted mander a Arthur, under 'date of
; ie fornia.
onformatlon and
bodies As regards c ,
Tb _.
with labor troubles. refers.' Ifs between the E r ind discharged from custody. "
actions In connection article ; August'' n'in4 1 September tad re-
was Ben .
anli. tevet car soil, the Inhabitants their pursuits
el at Barter
: with carrying
I the Florida Strait; and ._ Will,Beasley charred tha the Japanese renewed their
back down the Tack after Marshall i i, glad atjd the surrounding and the marineIfe ports
." c., :'Duncan, who w| found badly {. Th'e'convention will nominate a full elude's' the territory around Miami, am. they support water U ese'coral Islands xmcealed- weapons, was/ then placed on attacks o i the!. corlress but were 'repulsed
.Tbe'-remalAi of Jackson tDd- State ticket, congressman: at. large and ,southward tJ;!' Cape Sable:, including Irer''essentially.: all other -R trial and was fortunate In securing a w: th small loss to the defend-.
ed, n porof.
.3 1 rerdlct of not guilty which made him a
... .' electors. > r coral aeys. mangrove islandscod .
presidential 'TI.
> Valdosta >
were taken ,to yeeterdajmorning Uo' a our Tilt cojintry; .but In no tree : "
I : woded islands in the EY riltdee.J man again ,.- .
ins i D ket sent np to the arlr do they present so striking with
alth' using
MARKET.New Archie Ken
THE COTTON district froma i
fir :Pancaa borne b r C. A. Clark.:dat well The vegetation oMfcU a dissimilarity as m the'vegetation. and obscene language, BIVOUAi ING AT iBENTSI PUTZE. \
zJ.ckeon rile undertake Thi i York. September "forestry standpoint mar; be'divided which the J i > gave St: Pet rsburg. September: .U.GeDeral -
i known ;. 'September.;1M2; Octo- distinct type.-the'ham- covers, "J J x and In/the sum of.$50.00 for her appearance ipatkln
Into three Ku telegraphs yesterday
carried ( to]Onsley yesterday <
body was np December. J' In spite,of the mosquitoes these keys term
November 1040 for trial at present
: 1003 ; .
: for burial Jn the famllj; her ; r. pock,, the plneland and the. mangrove that thre thousand Japanese are' blvouaclng ,
,? afternoon 1041 January 1047; March 1053; Mae. rsempouibletn are. charming place especially Elli of court: .
cemetery. The|body war accompanies ; .w P..It iq| of ott's, whlchNls'bound d on one side by .. t t.Bents) .Potze. and that the
wife and] some I 1058.: to short a space to give more than a r-: -< bulk, of be Japanese army Is. south ',".;
; k.by i Dsman'i roans; the waters of\BIsc I y] e Bay and on the,
I luperflclal description :of these' types. fORMER'MiAMI GIRL ; of the Y n Tit branch of.the railroad
: III other by the S its of Florida They '
friends.ANETE-\ TNESS" STORT., U. .S. WILL MAINTAIN The hammock. II ,undoubtedlr. the are'protected f forms by a chain tnd that they I.'are not advancing:.< I .
climax forest} represel ta.the type /
Manager 8ml J ,, of the Macoi base- .of coral reefs. at hand are the .; PLEASES'6EROMMO
ban team, who' ras.one! the train with TWO OPEN'PORI_ S bats! the rest would In time become famous Sea Garde. L I U iTIL CLOSE OF WAR
the dead ; it BotjjTor;, ftre:.aood. .aDd other, < a Oyster Bay,'September 11.-There hue's Il
'. bis nine and ot ir who saw ; plneland. Wh
; influences.The The .. alth less rich and '
detrimental retarding
encounter. tif| the ; r' r IS.. ,. -i- been no new developments In the ease .
ly hamnioct! le a.tropical Jungle,. luxuriant.in growth, IsXalso peculiarly cruiser
< ollowll.t01'1 I : ot th Russian Lena at San
; of the trouble: ; ;;: I interesting. The roc cy.ridges or reefs,
( consisting/ of,species of trees chanteri4lc MIss JeaDWtte.OtenchataVSlnsfteGoodWffl Francisco, so far as can be ascertained.t .
t"Wben the L n' I with sandy stales in between,\are
', f Altmai: b Panama Canal tone Declares AJmira of the Antillean flora.. Mostol. [ seems reasonably), certain the vessel
wh te men named. covered ..tUi'pili' id 'palmetto. 'rhe '
two young { of the Old Warrior During a Visit
these species produce a vigorous-cop .will be and ordered to retain -
'bepa sboutliyt and {arguing In (j II a.er" Who Says Work oa th) Big' pine atringe/tei'sa r-. ieemi-to. shun
with i '
each I and the ground Is coffered+ : the World's atr. he e until the close of the Russo-
l drunken manner, and the sandy swales rhe sand >f,these ,
f fNew Plce'l' the, .
rate loot Dtteh b Progrtsstoa Satisfactorily: black ;mold resulting from / lapanesinot .war. but"this deeis'on may
minute to carp each ; -r rI swales Is underlain uraally with reddish :
i WurdwoodsIt
ThejwouW leaves and detritus of these be r ached fort day or two yet
knives which (hey fiQurbhed<< calcareous clar- resulting \rara "-
J finds
I where one
,_ Is'
In the jhammock
quarrel! [time and thei I satin-leaf the disintegration 1 < f the coral rockThis'rock ".
I mastic crabwood.,,: gumbo RUSSIAN
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gethe went The"following'correspondence to the
; drunk whiskey pnntil they, be'found in all stages, 0"'
may .
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York: Rear Admiral limbo.. princewoodj'whltewood.manchlneet / St Petersburg. September-11.-Cen
The September Ito American
.j In anything but mood. disintegration_, n the swales (he\ Chicago from St Coals will
tt C! smoker,. and I Walker declan4 today upon his and! many other'r-n rare and la )Miss Oben- eral Kg patkln estimates the Russian
t. men wen.slttImmediately in the palmetto Is most'doubt luxuriant and no read, with Interestby,
; that the United instances valuable woods.This Uaml'frlendli 1 ids fro August S to September 4 at
to the arrival from Colon many I olds )
<. tf Hislte ( > well the .bMn () the pines In these c
Government Intends to .keep 'hammock; may be found/In. four th sand killed and twelve thou
and .err'eral States ifessor
of tl Macon team The Starr's co-eds from ,theUni
'J members places Is due to th.1! .fact., regen-
." In the canal son in- patches In the'plneland, on islands In I and w nded. ..y
.. other pla rs were In oth r pace I oPen two ports eratlon.! .theM pi ea.' in. spite of fire varsity"-. are gradually

,..r, *'ofth car. ,. spite- of the protest made bv the Panama the jEverglades; off',the k raoD.)1, the ol..!and rock is general:3 good. The pipes, ii oftenlng the bard hearts of the savage t.
,o.rrledand I :Coverntnent hauls. Honda Strange, to'.say; Aire Flgnn ) carved out ot Elephant ivory, :.
i roots who encamped on the
>! After.the'nC'mll'bad grow right In the r< c\. the penetrate aen govern
a h. key foi. said the work of excavating the southernmost keys are like the pinean4 execute! by the best Xgpanese masters,
He .
after part Ing of wh Its crevices,, and the,tree II an- cut reservation at the St: Louis Fair.GeronlmV
procre.. fast tae mainland Jn character. prominent placTln the
I In twice as of occupyaf.Japa exhibit'V
appeared canal is now w
t. John Bean the Apache n10rchief'
about an boa L chored to such exte it that when It upturns f'
"' the, seen ind urged tijwii to keel I and With.less men' than it'dld'underthe Sand Key. !even rol$ to| the south- the rock upta/ns. with' of thV little b nd'that In 1886 lese art In the San..Francisco!

., upon rlturned nto anlier -, French a company. The health conditions ',, Boathessto Key West-a the southernmost soldiers a' bul1dln on the Model Street at. the d
for ,
",. qutetr- Dune* then "| 'thi United' States., AI- I am not certain; hat the rock of.the,, ought 1.700 and a : .,
tof and about,t are excellent and the canal construction .J.J'J I 01 in with World's!Fair., All the figures are care
coach i hale father I i h ialf; a ssivage >ho Is credited a '
.fd work is being rapidly systemlied. -1 though; io/keys north: of Bahli P 'eel out of a "single piece of'Ivory and. v

(QJllma' on Eighth rags.) 'J .:I Honda.were. i tine covered .:with a dense! .(Continued. oil i page, four) I (Continued on page,four.) represent_men and ImaIL
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1I jL21LALIRECTOR- Cheatham. J. H. Patterson. R| 1.OoDra4. price of $100. each.' They are not large ROOSEVELTS EXAMPLE FOL

'. .>'J. A. Parrtsh.'Allan R.Croaiand. .' probably containing about ten bites at LOWED., )I-.Bargains In Grapefruit t Groves
!, .t fIA

0(. I.T.ybrCllel udto.p ... CIar P. C. RoM Gdli'I special dispatch- the St. LoPost J .
..B. ;
:, H.Mtbrjr,AMuoatt -- Drake, Oaston Rellly,'J. fiJ The harbor of Valparaiso, the Important ffollowing ispatch of. Tuesday; gives the Eight Grapefruit Groves, three to Ave years old in fine condition for sal*

/ ....iinlfitliini C key of abe riuu b addiM4 olBdaii Douglas J:. B.' Rush Dr. \ {- 1 B.Dora. "port of Chile Is only an'open I bit of Interesting inform- ,at Arch Creek station. These groves are located on avenues Jined with palms.

J. K.' Rnmph, Eds roadstead in watch 152 ships have been Lion: I i i"Booker Alao twenty acre now being set wife..-These groves are budded to the abo

Erwin W. W Raalerson, C|1 R. wrecked through storms.causing them T. Washington wast i the variety of fruit. Titles perfect. ''Tf'iH take pleasure in 'showinf.this property '

*.Jtcw 4 u"i&o _vl&.' Enloe. Dr.' O. Ramph. Oeo.Frissell to drag their:: anchors.! The I water in guest >honor at an entertainment to prospective purchasers. .

OB. uaeola.. O. C. Safford, li'B' the'' bay Is very deep In most places, given >y Alexander, Sedgwlck.I .'New It U i well-known fact that grapefruit trees are more prolific. and reliable "'"

i ( : ':, Flanagan, R. B..: tiewelU E.: : p and it has been declared Impracticable York illlionalre, at his country home bearers than any other variety of tl*e citrus aamily, and realize at. least double

? WntoWrlct & 1.4.Oouc- Frederick. J.' S. fioxelby. J/8 to bulla:a ,wall across the' mouth of near h,>re. Among thus;' who dined the price of oranges' A four-yes >ld grapefruit grove, if properly eared for

.rttoeond... hob DUtrtot-Bpo.W. Dam, p-aUlka tt. H.- ttpukmio Franz j. B. fiulrner, C, 1'. the bay. Therefore a number of wallsor with &Ir. Washington we 'BA I Dr. I should pay all needed expenses, ot elf Rt years of age It should be pay

....! :: Oeriack. A. P. Smith, .JutiniQlrtman. breakwaters' be built at a cost Arthur Lawrence rector of St. Paul's log 8 per cent or more on a wile bf$,000 per acre. From. one.:grapefruit

{ &WJWAD James stoneman, -P aOomph. of S10.950oOOq j J Church; Bishop William .. }lcVlckar.of tree General Hues, sold $120 worth of the troll.rOHN' -

I b YYaBWf'rEEa.Jr.u.' G.-u. R. Sulzer,.A. fe.GauUer I -- Rhxle;.Island; Baron-! Von dem

I I' tt 1 L E.Burr Bramelk LfI1.LL.Yorvb.Jaspel. wed. ; 4' I T.'N. Shan'ahan' MGraham. Probably !jthe highest, ; sum ever Busch First Secretary of)'the German : '" '3E3E,. WEI1 ii:'
,. 1 S. Sewell, John each to a "
paid for a sermon goes year Embassy; 'Dr. W. Colema Thompson '
LC e.4qaarten.DaD'Ked... ffle Clmk.1fg of thtCBoard I Garthside.. C H. Seymour. lucky German 'preacher'who receives of Wj hlngton.. and Richard S. Bowker ,ii p. 0.: BOJC 28. miami.trice.

.. Craming/J. C. "Bawteiie J. $4.600 for his. effort. In 1890 a wealthy of' NeI I L York. It b'sal4 no women ,

[ It U. B.COM K18810NE'JOII. Gallatt. F. Shaw H. >ar! r French baron named' Fayarl who livedin were present '

i a.Relay. Ala 1. GmnUer. R. B. Taylor R. Eberfield died -bequeathed'hi. -PreSedgwlpk's lous to the dinner party at Mr.

Orion,.A.. M. Tnrnage., J I SENATOR UTBEBbnclnc DISTRICT.bounties.. money to house. Mr. Washington and WINDOWS:
Braw,' 1 and Dad .) W. H. ,i Tatnm.' B. a on'the condition' that it should be In- Bishop]McVickar addressed an open DUURFRA ILSe: ;
J. H. Tatum J. H. '
u. > Beach.LEPRKSESTATIVt. Hays, ves"ted..and the Interest given annually air meeting of the Laurel Hill Association
alm '
x.Dnaink. roll 1. &. L to !some clergyman' who ha'phazarded here. Bishop McVickar"1, took

,..; [DiDK CODSTT Hunter. J. O.: Watson, C.;H. from those holding the porrest livings occasion to compliment'tpe acbleve- : -' .

." li hula .. Kinc, F jllordDADK Hill,' William Wborton'. rlHetherlnctonU : In 'the see'on "condition that he preach menu pf Mr.o. Washington.! The gathat ';

t COU TT 'om n8., l"".White. E. liHeyaen 't. Ia short sermon extolling' .the good erlng' Mr. S dgwlck', home was We are making hundreds of rames, every month for the leading...

', at?Jadt.-U1e L Bey.M.MI..L A. E. Wall T. A-., deeds of the baron. purely informal, and afteij} dinner the. tractors, and we should make the4 for :joo. We do It.cheI per and better

noway{Vrk of Attorney Circuit Court-.J 4 T.and SMxtrnJllami.-Recorder ol DVd> Iiall.-.W. W.Whaler.. H.:, .- guests [{athered about Mit. Washington- Our latest improvement thi of Bronzed Finish I Ban Beartnf Steel

f iI -M. C. Dearborn 1+Coo &DDt Miami Orore.BberlffJohn Hahn... P. R'Worley. O. ,AJHochem. .-The'phenomena of the figure 7 anis ton an'fl-listened to him untilhour. a Sub Pulleys, and yon should insi&ioq getting these la your frame Wke

: .W.i D. Wilson J. L multiples occurring n the, New Tea I you have building to do" to : "
t OTu011..J. ttudeo. Coeoaee I ; any wr ; the .
Collector Homer V'W. Woodworth.;; j. F.i\ tament. have seen touched upon by; ...:.-
,. 'OI'Ofto "Aft r leaving the party. Rev. Dr. '. .
a ot of Tue. U..Raulenon.-K. M.Smith KIa..1.'f ,MiamiirrearararC. Jonea, M. J.' PWilson, R.4SKolb. Ivan Panin, a: Russian student of the Lawrence, whole a brother Bishop EAST COAST, LUJilBEB '& SUPPLY' CO.
of Public lutrueZ.T. ; A. J. Xlmanlea.-. U for number years'ha,
Hiiperlatendent Bible, who a
i. ...- .."muB..oa VUta. ., ., Wm. Lawrence, of Massachusetts, said Eau Gallie.> Florida '
....... uCounty CommtMlonen: -Geo. W. ; madq! his home at Grafton. Mass., they h kd all enjoyed 'the [!opportunity :
Chairman Vest Pklm Bea.:1I; F.C. )1 I : ; .
a 1.&iaJID ; AccIDDg PREVENTION. the Chicago Tribune. This significance
r' ...... I.plwr R. JK. McDonald PulaJ.IB.w.u. : says tomeelhim Mr: Washington and had found
.. B.Icker, Cocoaaul the'"seven" will
lllaml; \ of group
,,. LO. Dssrboci Clerk... Auditor ofSoard.Mlaml 'association" for the preirenttonuxidents ol, lost.even .to be a brainy, dignified! and self- '
TeMcurt not be upon the superstitionswho .
In factories exists I In j Normandy possessed gentleman j ,
OOOKT OF sEVEsrn JTDICIAL are outside the pale'of Scriptural ".Commenting'on the abov! the Nashville
ILttib.ciUDads ,,with headquarters In;Romr'he points and. as'' Mr.' Panln has shown says l l'Thialincident J. A. Bobbins & co
F A jnerican : '
.edatbareluuWs4JudgeYUarL 1880E '
society was formed In with them, their relations of their groupings, shows hot PresidentRoosevelt's .

re n AgoraehJ.Jone D. ..TltiwvlUo....alas ten .members and a capital of 2,000. to' the first eleven verses of the New : ides with
9. eoan-L O Dearborn.Tarm.t .") aaI. Tb association supported! by Iii I 01 social equality. Harness red c e
,ran erk" Court eo.nwm oa PII ,. Testament must suggest .that they s is taking among bis admirers .: I ........ .
......,.after r ObftI"1 iMoadu U xoe bet. members who par U follows: I Foj '.
I a.-ma: Tarr M Fir* Monday. after PoartbMdaitaAvrU. .plnnln or '-_.... 11 In the East He set theExample and : --: epc; s .
y .plndl a $%Ojor i of Matthew,' the '
these'first-11; verses In that section are'fol.
his fol
.' |'I'| PAD Cnl'] ._ 00 spinning mllla of 30,000. splndlea, vocabulary 1islats of 4) words,' or lowing tl his eXample: | Quality remembered long after price is

1 Seyee :.Kleml.Ter.stn $tS; for spinning mills of Miooojspln., seven aeetullol' these words there are Roosevelt's candidacy on!a revival of
z_ lllaaL for'weavlnc' mllla of 1 1ooms 501))1 ,wjlh fo: gotten.
. T.1U4an dies, $60; 28. or four sevens which ch the ra.. question U a menace to the
eta j! J'ln&iIIOD4a'III LT'.rm11rd $25. In'Industries' not classed Ii vowels and 21. or three sevens, which peace, .he prosperity and the safety of .
Moa4U III sly..u the payment Is' $2 for a factory employing .' consonants. This distribution Mates the '
Yoaday 1. : begin with the So ith, and those 1I'hol desire good Quality Bargain
gym-11rd ;
to ten workmen, and i" vowel words
one .eveoa between
by and security
e [ptLLAEDO OF'avnLE' order, (republican government :
:, &ChaDb, E.ee1"'" larger but proportionately decrease<1 ajid" consonant words Justly might have for life and property should not till. t'w.1.fth: 8tx..t. !' -, st..... 2'1&.

M,GJobla.ea.ciuig. sum for larger establishments, np tc), been deemed' accidental but for the hesitate to* uphold every: | Democratic

.T.' those employing 900 to 1,000, workmen" fact that of.the 49 words 42' of them government, In the South, as a .

.}! .amft.Uonef. B. 0eoatoMt'dittothdwo -: for which the payment, $60. Inu.lire nouns-tlx: '| seven*-and seven axe bulwarjk. against the possible dangers' '- ."-,
a& l : Bap Tot.w.dae.daisllabs forthis memberlhlp'ltie 1 thiaasoclatlon nouns.Ib' of the .
; fetes' e..eloek eet1ntfvwD change < sl not :the comment to arise from the'electlo of a social .

.., a(. : L.n an t. S sends Inspectors periodic, writer. "Of this 42 'nouns then are equality, negro-loving. ,South-hating
w. .1T4JITOS.Pu&ar. : : r.[ :
I f'p4. ErnootAX.: copra. Uon>*r Aft. ally to all the mills and 'workshopOf II 36, proper nouns, or five"sevens, while ,, nt;: who despises'and. tramples\ COOLEY & HORN-ER
"BODWT It members, communicates advice a s Of the 35 *
j M C sad all sa.M-Myer" meeting. 11'--. I Ito seven are common nouns. e Constitution and! his oath of ,
.esyetltse.n; &Qeu IIcIloG at ma .. the" best means to I safeguaijl 1rorkmen named four sevens are male ancestors stand In the '
am.Epwonh l.Mue at'IO. proper whenever they way
&': -.,0.J'1LrWOOD, and publishes Informatloirelative 11. of Jesus and_and aevin.ant'not Pnagd consuming"ambition. Pitiable The Real Estatb and Rental Agents

Ell, Owner Irenne 0' ttJ 1fhee4pr..chfuaat 'to Jurisprudence In suctj I mat i such. Not only'then 'Is the'dlstrlbu. r would be the fate of any: Sonth- 1 rath s.tr1e .:-::::;: (Apposite f First: National i 'Bank.

o'doek a. m.: 8W14a. Iters. tlon of, the 49, words of the vocabulary late that, might fall nto'the
.. t'm ., > .
IIrtoool ,U& .....; ml .at 7tIO pEawerta j bf' between vowel words ; ifnwociett
.. Junior Itpwortlias sevens as lands of a Republican 'jCovernor ,
J..... : Po ; ALtL I .
Leawo. -p. tm:P yer retlall Wednekyafngeti8.'ebe ..' ,PUTS AN END TO'IT J, aud'coosonantjworcts.but' also as between should be re-elected.. 'Cap J.I

m* I I-AU L. At are II.welcome.I ,..,...I'utor.. j.J'A the parts of speech.? Ala fur ital would flee from it and immigrant .

and 10th grievous wall times comes a* i ther and absolute proof that these phenomena 1 't. i
ianrtn'C.vacR. R, AWBU would(shun it,, fi L' : .If .
inwt kerning Pre 'ag Prayer U .>told lork; Wedndw 8un l..j. result of unbearable pain from [overtaxed 1 of the'sevens are not ,acct .:., It vJpuld.be a calamity that would "
If ; m" nmmmm 1t tn mmm
ttraoot le. m.: ntJ"n mmmmmmmmr
evening ,M; H y Euch.ria. trtrj ArnP 'orpn. Dizziness, Backaehi I. dental. Mr.;Pap; points out that tke .(fllct[propertyintereete' of TV.m'nl. t. ;

_. "lAnkklnrand" ",,..la miath. nt d.eo and Fourth third 8nnd at Con n at Liver complaint and Constipation::Bu, 49 words"ofithe: !!: );: ocabnlary.tt ow 14 : epub1J.Nk; \ Tb6Jn:.; e=< ,
...., .._ ey- ;:1 O.t.:30._ .. )I. R. Pcl Lai. JtootMr.f thanks to Dr. KlngJtJjewrJJlfaJenncti ,.:..T halTTTg. tiut-WUft but "omR people 'of the w ole country, = -cr: N.. -
e -' --I. ,' ih... u,... IIAnll atlt7erd:. &'1:" r7-Tnnraa eha lo It"all They ar 'but 35 of.them, or five sevens*are used ielllgent ''politics woulddistrust; ...... O'Neal,
: .f' t"tMorll".9MYSUII t.mnralug regard ess 'qf! ; .
artIt but thorough.. Try them. Onl26e. more' than His'concluslons'after -
f ,' a 'eYefJ.BII1 4.vev.l'tg gentle once party In the government of A State '

I"-., ;. 1' 8octarv.1I".F"aIS.Pu&or.meet .at Mr*, Guaranteed by all drugfrttta.! an ,exhaustive': arrangement" ,of the, any that id largely dependent on the negro E 1- HAS LEASED THE _

9: .,.Carry renal e,tylalte.". ova ..- and Ray Wreet.tndav. TELEPHONE.A "seven" features are that "not'. '' even vote and must be sUbject!'to its damnIng Jf .A agora Ho el Jacksonville. Fla. "3

l :O""w.R, A PORTABLE I the choice of the languages s':In which political influence.. 1 .
YfAY1 lOAHD OF TRADK.: '. portable telephone \S the iatei' Scrlpt m..ere'1I'rltten was mad, S '
: i the r :. It isjojien\ on4be Rates and 3
plan. (2.GO day
I" thing out, and,It,Is the jconceptlon, of without''marked numerical design at. EDITORIAL COMSI ENTS. = upward. The thoroughly renovated pvr aad put :::

eat 1C. Brow. Swedish-not an American-Invento: the threshold of the subject" =' in lint class been"n to none in the city. Nt'wele-. =
'. j ftrM .Vlce-Praaldttit. T.'VJ ,Moor*. The specimens of the device'that '!havbeen re.l ., ';' The Memphis Commercial-Appeal :::. vator and new I been,installed. New and large :;,
.z $Mond V&eeeat. J. B. LniqmuB.cr sent to other'countries havejelU; : I sample rooms have .
$. tary. -E.'Y. Blackman.var. PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. tl ays: 'Cro er Cleveland ;and William

B. B.'Tatum.card ltd unstinted praise' from, .Austria !B 131, -" J., Bryjinto have '.declared<<; their intention! n ;

( of Oonjor !- W. H. Brow .. Russian, Greek and Turkinsh expert. I ma ce several,: speches Jfor the election tt111tth uItliiuwl I WWWWWIIIWIIJIIIW&
of ,, ,
Matthews, Mangum I
Lummua A. E. Bay- baTe'tested them and J while larg
'. V. )[00"' J. B. who r conjunct -
I W.' i W.John Greer; counter nominated for Congress .oi B.1'arker.'Flits
e J. B. Rellly F. w. Hahn. demands and Inquiries for' the ne
'. 4:&, BcwelLti come' from Fiance: Gel by the DemocratS'of Oklohoma is one Ion s a.ks t volumes for the harmony
phone have Demoontic'partn
,I' tJTANDrva COK1T'EEII. of the Terri alf s tense .of the tr.
.aud tti of the rising,young.men
IJIWB-Anno. Wr R: Fattenon. 8. L.1: many. Italy: Spain, Portugal .friend of either Bryan'" or
i in Oeor- honest
,._ andara. James T.; Seymour. B. HiBTlC7. ; United States, those from Great Brltat tory.; Mr. Matthews-was born Clevelj ind,can fall 'to do! his duty,.In ;
t 0- X. 1 J I have been more noticeable: 'ii gis In. 1866.* p'e has promised.to make tMMNwwM9R BH.bS. -

J R,11JOEB-BaI1rr.'B. M.;',:Jacll:"" F. 'Within the cylinder of the telephoiIs I the. most thorough, canvass' ever. made this. g eat contest"j j! E

W ; Haho F. W.: Ro... C J.; Frederick' the, whole'appan in the Tenltoryi; and in bis speech ofacceptance
cell : '
8.IEALTH. a small dry LT The Cbarleston Post says: "THe,VIIii -
rema.rked. 'he "would
that I
AND BANITART-Jaelwon: tosdnrludlhg both receiver and moutt L thatthe rotton : LOU GA.
mingtl > : guesses
)L .1r.: Prout.'w. W.e Enin.rd Pleref. being email enough to go In It I : speak<< (every school house.In the Territory Ma will comel.to Ili0,00o": KIXDtR

d |f pie;'FUnacan. ll 8.; Kln.. H. H. .\) pocket1th Each Instrument Is a'e l I :.and would kiss every" Jjaby" inOklahoma" _. crop bales (and year' admonishes; its( readers topaste tlke,= ----.
VERB AND HARB'R3-oar-bMd ; jf" by"that course votes .
1 and It Is reckone ,
,of thin wire, .
., copper their\ TheN
,ard C. Tatum.i hose figures In
'Rump Ed ;. '
laa. H.; '- that a soldier could"easily{carry, 13,0 [could be secured for theketi. 'mark O i its '
M.AILROAP3 orto Landmark guess
i :; Shanahan ] k t
( ; (AND 'FRFIGHTBady feet of this wire with blmL: :i. 4 ,, at,12, ,.000' ) and. suggests! that'this' be Kinder 1 : ou Crates. 1 1i

; E. LL nor; C. D.; Lumram.. The nses' suggested for the portab I Herr Dudok De Wit, Minister .of5porta attoofcdbody 'oh "the readers',!! neck. Any I ,. .
KErwln fTn. W.; McDonald.- A. telephone are- innumerable; militai,i in the goyenment bf Holland. ; i r
11:. T?.; 'Cheat- r iho puts up his money on > '
R1TIEB-B ngtm .
considerations being kept'! peclall-1 I has reached California on'a tour of the pro\ab'ly' blt ve"otherlarks Chase & Harn Miami '
m. J, H.; Dou ..."11:. B.; Oaotier, T. (ea'hl's..1ll .r : } r.
'' It'is i declare ; world and shortly will arrive in Chi '
the 'frontOutposts
; Xlmanlea C : .. ; neck to show at J tie end of the If t
AGRICULTURE dt_'", & V.; could by'its aid 'keep In constant lot 1 cago. Minister lie WIt who is 63 years by tattooing."

tuse. F. 8.: Tat III, 'J. H ; O.rilr.' .... A. munlcatlon'with the main force, and If, old but looks] much younger. Is an. ex aso than are 'f
; Dora. ;J.BCIU K. : nras-Homvr.- J w.iidce. :I !sipolnted.out, that It would furnish' pert: horsemtjn,. golf player and' oars The Nashville American says: .....ti.. .. tee ..t.. I...R.ss0ao0Q4y4yrN \
H. C.t Ir.1o B.; news ,, valuable ineans"for keeping'in' tom man., He l IBj also very fond of horse "' have been third 'vartiev in the

T. with headquarters for J! police and'fitbrigades. ] racing and In the course of his official but ,
"hn: .TThaler. H. ever since'the Clvjlj; War- ,
-- -- 1
kAXCFACTCRpa-FrlaiwlI. Glen C.i; For use between railwt L ; (.area has:a<*ted las Judge or Um'ekeepIt them respects
I : ever a.
4 T. V.: Cortrad J..A.; Rhodea; I RI moving train for'engliIra of the most'notable tracks 1"hPJ '
< ore coaches, on a er at some 1 illowlng. The Poonllsts: ; ,,ere
I Rellly: J. B. work underground or on grei i He bas visited': for-: : '
at J In Europe. every
EDUCATIONALBurdine: W. M :|; than others, but even
r m works for steamers, for cyclist 4 note and i1 bw w nhpend Fair Rates'I
Redmond B. public elgn ofj
I tl A !G. W. Oai tier. about : ipulists! !. have. IrarnM_ that they
i- jjj IHlle. A. U; I zaIbr. J. 0 : flraltlvi and In many other fields !t.' would 1'j twb months the United must ight for their radical\ i Idea* inside I

'i U>ia; Kolb A. most desirable. ,. ,. ||$tats I' i the other of the old parties. It i
k m. h. E. V ; 1 i one o
K.BVner. .. ""I. j -r-- ro'i'bl"\ '. seed third party ,
/ F. B. Tat m: J. H. Dora J.. Is we may '
k .P.rM/ RHEUMATISM.. I I1. Philadelphia police raaicals/ln in 7
SF' ; J. W .. II .Hugh Rellly a a parti- of tb1 field 19011.but I .1'
J ,STERTAnnil iTr..R Kdea. R-i W.;: -1. pan! l is one bf the most valuable'men It! will'cut little flsure when thpvotes ,

: dcel H. C.; GtrthaU-, C. H.J B llry, tbe'Quaker City force. This is be ancounted.."
| i When pains or Irritation -Mist r on ; or President TheL-N.R.! R
BewelU Job:u I
B-j cause'of hist Intimate acquaintance o f : ,
..DVERTI81NOTMum.. B-'B.: ; 8tnnea Iany f'-rt of. the body; the applcatlonof yorp.C;
i \ the Chinese language, of whch! he has Trie New a s'nut.,
T. B1ackmaDJ Liniment
C.: ; II
'B.; Byte ton. of Ballard's Snow I
?:: > Relll1. who Is Irisli-- Democratic strength.'we belie've. ,
t Betherbcton.. M. F. pnjmpt relief. E. W.. Snflfvan; Prod I I. made a study. an above all,
at members numfcertni I ; by birth; has arrested 300 Orientallawbreakers' : est*.ln oppoalt'on to.the Ding
I fit* ton Ut Sull'nr"Houlle, El Reno, 0 T. antes|| man .
l I. Tick ets
Excursion sole
;{ ,inety In aQ are M toDowi: June 6, 1902:"*! take, pleasure tn;recommendlng -\fl\ "jthe ten years be has ley'ta, ;lff. On. this ground the Demo-: now on daily

E.iI--. o" W. R. Jaxkaon J. M Jr. 'Rallard'. ,Snow Liniment:I 1!>pen' an officer. Many a time.he has crats. eve ma-ri-hed: to victory; on thisIhey'can '. from Jncksonville to;' St. ., .

W. 1L Kolb.: A. J. l 1 tiken his,life In; his hand while chaos, Iito'1 triumph aga n: The '
"with rheamaUsm. "
Louis and
afflicted return.
to rJ! who are .
f. em r.J. C King. h. M .'. 'It" U tie only|remedy I have ]Isg"slant-eyed! Criminals through ,the protec lye tarllT. the jnotper of:trusts, .
tnmmua J. E.LaSalle. In Chinatown, and on oi. urrut' i. obbrrt.d tb I I.
'" bby R. relief.1' :! dark hallways : f :; .t y # ; > '
-:1ICIt.: 1L.I'. ... A., ULeffler found that gives Immediate Red' i I IPbarmaq. several occasion* his uniform bas been many 'or the benefit of tW few r Is an1T'Io' ", $ o.6'H'; Return Limit December 15th.
Cro |
: W. )L C. D. 25e. ,60c.. $1.00.' Sold 'by= 1 r'pped. to pieces 1 by knives by unseen against which] the '. party; 3 .9o .. .. u .. . L. Return Limit 60, days

C.McDonald.. J. A.rdtne i bandsbllllU1far I he has escaped'serl i shbuU battle uncrasingj] A ctraipa'Kt I ''' : . .L .
i'otrn.h. F., 7.00 . u, Return Limit 15 days
.1.1f :
W. M. Marnard-- W., U.Merrltt. COMMENTS.oH, 'ous' injury., \ : of f'lfi;< ".ati n nn the tariff. like thorn ; "f" : .

-,. ngton, E.or' Z. T, +f CURRENT': 1 "' I I. ;" of 188 and 1892: would npt only be the The L. N: is the best I line to St Louis

ta41E. 1.. Mailer; C.Morse.'Fred.' i Zanzibar'appiert, 'sre F, Mrs. Schonpen want five 'pOundl I hlgbescould :, service which 't "Democrat!:[ t .,
H'I4Ie. r-6f all fruits, \ I .his f country bul ,
tiner. B. M.Ie7en.'I *,,I i rarest.Dozens'of trees,tos 'i of. sugar'please.;) l : ,*, now render ; .
8. i
fi H. C .getbrr'' will only a few;. imij the!!f I Gnit-e.-yrs.I.: !'; anything else'' would {Sled 'eatabllah them'and'justly'confidence'.of. I For schedules nd s sleeping.Jcar reservations
V. rates
|{i-rider, a D.Btrdlne Moore; T. *Ume '81 picking bear'j has'to be-f-ire-{ Mrs, ScTioWn-No, that's, all;' IT' =th :the, country., : ; .. '

J. M. McDonald.MeKlnnon W.O.. X.Nelson. If. {! tu1l1t.elected.. They must. be gathered; i'I ''sheit: with meU'1t; isn't. too heavy I I ; : 1 '. Pl'1i, to- I I:
} all th 'I .
F. W. [ world's a stag and '
Backus i ; f" !
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other' ev'
t ripen :
{ month before they j ;
,TF JC. Bdwin' I fast a '...111 quickly, updll Thee[[ f3rocr-Oh ltj will only weigh; thre W. H. rick. R. 1. II j 1..l e |tb.ey 1 i ,1 Pass! 206 W. St Ja bonville
CphenL janti Pltratl: ..w.> >applet have ,reached the,..enormous,..1:, T four ou ds.ma'aDL.! parts. ", Aga, Baj O. P.J dgt LouUTille.f .

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.. NOTICE,pr .EL>Zt1TI0IL. of|, the State at the'gvaral' election I i a J I j :I'

Whereas, thedeti,11b1n' of 1903, ism 1904 for ratification or rejection: QUESTIONS AiNSWERiFInformation aa farther ten which. U' the cost'attyjfCy

Ser the Constitution of 1885, of ,the :That Section '10 '''of ,[Article 9 ''of thi t ,, thousand north.plan jThen are ten to tsjsh'

TIle professions j ) { did Constitution of thej Stet of Florida li I to tat acre aa4.tk.
". -t- fruit
State. of Florida, pass seven Joint bring 14; the neighborhood .
amended fie ,. .r
hereby so to read as fol, from ,;:
r resolution proposing amendment ta loin SO cents 1& dozen for Red .....
r : //111" : of I terest to the Ish to U eents apiees tor Porto /
the Constitution. of the State of Florida the'Staba Prospective Settler Rlsw, :'
10. The credit'ot ,
a, Secuoq ; ., The percentage of
_r ', and the Same wen agreed to by shall not be pledged I It.loaned ;'to nay '., Concerning Miami and I the Southern: bends upon Uu cars and Jnill fmlflnt meal .d*.. ':

Pattssoa & rote of three-fourths at all the mem Indlrldual company, corporrtlon. or assoclation erds: la their culture f, .
I some grower ..
bra elected to 'ends Dove: that the ; nor shall the State becomi.e For ion of Dadej.County. .' having succeeded la \
ATTORNEYS AT LAS ., vote on said Joint resolutions were enraa.l a i I Joint owner or|:orjstockholder' say from M per cent of the>plaaU to islets gran

wtupr.eae.iaw oouii.lists is* I tend upon "their respective Journals, = inipany, association. or' corporation :; pineries. i
1 I
la.daltaeatttedorea.l t.ad14.l I with yeas and nays thereon and they The legislature shall not authorize an] ( So many Inquiries an directed to able! as In any,section of the country, I Lands may t 1 purchased from** el t. .'

Ii. tLtoxrst Tab.,, H Mlaval. FI did determine and direct that the saidJoint county city, borough;' township or, Incorporated ,rj the Metropolis by prospe tirj settlers I andjfar' more so than In most $10' an lore u depending. oa proxlaW

resolutions. be submitted to the district to1 become a stockholder or homeseeken eoncernli g condition THE'CITTS: FUTURE. Ity to roads sad shipping point O o4

electors of the State at the general In any company' association 01 r existing in this of l the Miami lands "on "
P T. E1 election .In November, 1904. ; corporation or.to obtain or appropriate 4 and the burden of Miami :
Cron Pbarsite.ldeoe.14t COI'I'eIpondenee entailed of civilization: as electric lights : $50 an acre,..M ;.
Omer wttk ties Now'therefore, I, H. Clay Crawford, money,for or to loan 1U 'credit to an r thereby has become so beam, waterworks, sewerage telephone somewhat less than that sum fat lad ",

anj ave.eor.er Secretary of State, of the State of Florida corporation association: Institution 01 r that we hare attempted 11 the following I free milt delivery,'' three newspapers system not immediate ly on a road. The same

s ][U 1, J4 FLORIDA. do* hereby give notice that a Individual except j that the legtslatiin; article.to: ; summarizt neb tutor two national banks one I State quality of lanl farther away; frees

GENERAL ELECTIONwill may authorize municipal corporationito I mation"as is most impoitant, and to bank etc: It has miles of beautiful transportation faculties can of count .

Da J. L JACisb ,!Jas, be held in each county in Florida I relieve from municipal taxation, foi r l answer the questions most,frequently street of native white stone.' It Is be purchased 1 Or leas The land to suit -

on Tuesday next 'succeeding the first such period of yean''M to the ,mnntci'. asked. It is hoped by thi s means that practically'the terminus of the Florida promising In' ippearance to. those ae> '::

t+ Monday November, A. D.' 1904, the pal authorities may1 seem proper 'nay a sample copy, of the pa *er.' of which East Coast Railway for though an extension customed to the deep rich soils of

HOTzL BI.cAYN LOCI[ AVg D said Tuesday being the f- manufacturing enterprise that !may lo 'hundreds are sent out, rill, in most of the road has recently been other States, being rocky and sandy A'

MIAMI, 1 FLORIDA.pR 1 EIGHTH OF .NoV Jo BER. sate 'within the said, municipality, but.t cases sear the purpose Intended bet built, penetrating the farming lands yet results,e in be obtained from M ,;

for the 'aUlicaUon'or'rejection: of the no each exemption" shall be for lon ter than personal letUi Specific Information forty-five miles south this is far la .excess of the returns reiutse

W. B, R SH, said Joint resolutions' proposing amend ger' period than fifteen years, j may be obtained by writingto a feeder,to the commerce .of this merely city. from the'moi, fertKe sections of UM. :".

omfl .136.Uth s t, !Phone 64.Redideuce menU to the Constitution' the State ARTICLE XXV. any of the real estate or other firms Here I are located' the! steamship' docksof country. Fb'Jllzer must be used sol "

of Florida,''vis: n f whose adTertlsemenu"appear In this the the returns hon than
9 J86 'try ;That the following amendment tt P. A: 0. Steamship Company, Justify the e.. <
1 1 MIAMI. FT. .A c ARTICLE!: XXI. e Constitution of the State of Florid paper; and the best way/jto become fa- whose lines are operated to Key Westto pendltnn, Ins lived '
That the following amendment to I mllltr with local conditions Havana to' I People, of iergy'aod
agreed progress and Nusan.> Immense industry art
be and is hereby to and:shall bE \
the Constitution of the State of Florida, I Industries and currentj wharves i heartily'welcomed.; and
happenings, the
etc, COUlltry"f'
W BACItJS, ,,1ARCH1"I'JrC submitted to"the1!, electors of the state are. being projected, tokeep'
: T!' be, and the 'tame 1., nereoy .agreedto at the general election in Norember, while:CODtemp .a Jpe reoving to thissectionis > pace with the'' vastly increased development, Ming practically.Just be
and shall be submitted to the electors througresdlDe} the Dally gun there :s room for all
maritime business that to ta.
plans.! SpeclficatlooVaBd DeUlU! aQ 1904, for ,ratification or..rejection.j must follow on beneflu reap
i 1,' for Buildings ofiAU Ktd., Fin of the State at the general election I Section 6 of Article; XVI shall be I or the Weekly Mrtropo! s, the former the|: deepening of the, harbor,' work'on whlcli must a* the ,..., j

Residence a,'Spee4lty.omctf In November, 1904() for ratification" amended j .so as"to''read as follows: of which will be lent t > any, address which is now actually progressing. An |suit of such ( evelopment.'Capital bell :

315, AvittU A. or nJe:Uon." I I, Section 6. The' pislature shall pro-" at' the' :rate of $5.00 a fear,' 81.25 fot appropriation' of $300,000 has been'I.coiled .- here most pr >flUble.investment waR .

Section 6 of article S. of the Constitution | "publication three months:the Week ya large l3- ; from, the Government I for harbor I labor IlIAd mend and well paid:p .
tift for \
the edy and
| I sp ( I
f Rage of the State of Florida, Is hereby ill page paper::-being' mtllid for $1.50 Improvements I I and tie Florid | pie of moderate means. who come aen.
2D. 3D.OHIe distribution of lows It may enact 'I
v : and
amended so as to read u follows: All decisions the Supreme Court and I:' year. East Coast Railroad 1*: also pledged to buy a si tall tract'or land, make a

w ..= t t ,oaavS Section 8j The legislature shall pro- all laws and decisions I shall be THE CITY OF" tAMLSprang' uPend a llke amount.. ,Thus $600,000 modest hom ,' set out fmit.trees.;: aaj

Tide. for the election by ,the 'qualifiedelectors Judicial | ,out'of the.! dem... 'fight( is now being used for tils-purpose and while valtin f for these to come Inta
ijs. free for publication any person. But t '1
ENCrIT of each county of the following years ago the railroad Btils airing reached it Is'a moral certainty that furt&fr bearing,' engtge, In truck1.Dcare.;

.- 431 tti Si,MUmt, FUilIM.TtaM county officers: no, Judgment. of" until the ,Supreme, Court' t, point April 15.1896J Prior to this will be''' secured untiTthc appropriations most wltho' it exeeptlon sueeessful. _j
shall take cct the oi
IX e opinion
yea A clerk of the circuit court, a sheriff timf one store, whose trade was principally harbor is in a -condition commensurate OL 'l this sn( cess cost less effort that ;
vJf the court in' such shall,! be filed j
Yura Enrlaerriac JUd SwwjrWr thEutCautaf a' with the and few with"' !In pth> k.p_ u of the '
v 4m4 J constable, county>> assessor of taxes, clerk ) Indians a. Us importance from" commercial countrJ.- wail* ;;
with the of t Court
a county tax collector, a county treasurer ,rtd : scattered families eking out a precarious geographical and strategical the climatic' w e dltions render outdoocwork .,

,', a superintendent of public InVtrnctlon ARTICLE XXVI; j livelihood by' wrecking and the It&ndpolnt-aa Importance recognisedby posslb e everyday' In thr year K
R. H. siYMOUR, and a county surveyor. I ; Section 1 of Article] V of the Constitution : manufacture of 'coontll starch, were )public men at the National Capital, with the hi alth' beneflts nf Pnryl' ui i!:

Attorne at Law The term of'office of all the' county of the State of Florida is"hereby 1 the:only,evidences of cmUzation.' On and by all who will'J study the location open-air'life throwa la. AtTtt* g
officers mentioned in this sect1on'shall'be amended so'as jto read as follows: i July ZS. 1891, Miami"was incorporated of'this: port'and IU relation.tor insulin time, people who an 'enjoying asatia t

four years,'ucept, that the term' of' ; Section L -1 Db Judicial power of the U a city, furnishing perhaps the only and South:, American commerce,- t'3 and modem e success la their preaeat i...

'win prmctlea Ir all ke jstau ud Mdir itUB.Pnbiu t. office of the county assessor of taxes, State shall be'Iveeted', In -a ;jsupremeCourt Instance on'record: IDI which a1: full say' nothing' of' the vast ethat abodes; had better stay when they era '

.o. PaitkaUr"Jfwcudta.. XctCE.Ma II tlo.a.d to Corpo< Law.Ktuo.n.4. county .tax collector and treasurer ,circuit courts' I courts of'' record fledged city came into bt.tenee with- must spring Into. 'existence upon the There. ooI t be,weighty reasons to In / ,

sea U rrUMll BilttliftAttention shall be for two years,'until the general county courts; county Judges and Justices out first baring been ,town i Three completion 'of the Panama canal fluence nay 10 to make a move of sash "

e ; 'election in November, .1908,' at of the peace.cl| s, hundred registered rotfl'rs are required A rtanee t.: the, map 'will show the Importaaee.I| 'People: who have .... ,

'11ome which election they shall be elected ', Section 6 e V:of the Constitution to entitle-: any commas !ty to be called most, casual observer the possibilities fallues else here an not likely to to

S for terms of: four' le&r1'each, and of the State of Florida is herebyamended a 'city,,less than that {amber constiluting the.future holds for the" Magic City. very snceessral ben.. Intelligence aa4 I '

thenceforth all county officers named So asto!; read as follows: a town.. At a meeting held for 1 f SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES: industry rf'essential: to good for f

'Yon will find t to you int r". In, this section .shall "be ,elected for I I Section S. \tThe Supreme Court shall the purpose of incor' xjratlon three Miami, hu'ODe. of'the best public: tune ben' s.. la 'any other part. of ate;! .
before investing.Famished ,
to call on houses m4 and room:k to terms fot fouryears.. Their1' powers, hare appellate Jurisdiction in all eases. and one-half months after the first schools ''la the State, embracing both globe./It .l

Real bargi: inn in real es tate,.
rent afid country Insurance, taxes. by. tew. courts, and of ..ppeal'from' the The phenomenal growth of this The buildings are large and well ven farming, in 1 the raising of wheat ear. i

city toL 1 circuit courts in cases arising before early period hsa sustained tr .oats, p aches, apples '
collections, etc? attented .um t.B 'XXII. been? tilated and then Is a competent corpse grape*, tsr 2
have special, license county Judges, In matters pertaining to 'throughout. the eight'years of th of teachers: A Catholic convent is to other prod cte.of the temperate so>%

to prepare all]'kinds UthOF'ug'llhi a- b.That the f following amendment to their probate Jurla4cUoU; and In th: clt,', blstory. I" T be' erected," this :summer, which will one mast o st his lot some hundreds off .1;
Constitution of the State of Florida
'" fen of real estatcj i L ,management of' the estates of Intentsand.tocues POPULATION ETC. provide Instruction fen: both sexes. miles to th;> north, and accept the ejaU ,

..Prompt attention. RROI4L. be. and the came Is hereby agreed ... of''I jeonTjction of,felony In Miami has at present resident po D- There are also private schools a musical that Is part, of the, legacy of 1-... ;
Cl C to and shall be submitted to theton i
t ,
; dbliy1'Awn0. a [Thecourte-of recordanoTa-mM; i.i ii..i etlw'awMw .-.i.Ji.OOO.. In conservatory, and art school so where these things, can be growl,; "
., t\\ Notary of the State at the general eleclonlar.1 ,'fi
': : ( < the winter months ths popuTauuu' 1II Neither .
>d2d d W"-teeu.Re \1 eases originating, In the.etm lt courts: po I linj 1..I .,.,1 m V 04, ratification or rejection. augmented the' dltion of' hundred ..applied. Then TTnerei "nvrswe. tow," which '
The court shall hare the power to IBlUewrlta by at are about thirty ts e ;nom.
''b1e | 8ec6on 8, of Article XII'the Constitution of mandamus certlorWt. prohibition of visitors, mosUy. of the wealth flourishing schools In the county. gnat boor to the settler of limited '':fi

Orada Octfctea.tYNARD. U hereby amended so as to, quo warrants. habeas" corpus, and' iest classes, 'who enjoy the j lEver religions j denomination is means, anjl then is very' little Bv. )J

: read as follows: also all writ ,necessary or proper to Meal climate and ::1.to. !fishing lathe represented the following .han rtock in the county. 'Oa the otker ,

W.C. .M\ I Section vTIL' Each county shill be the complete *Wciseof; lei Jurisdiction. world. ;'To these handsome church buildings: Prwbytertan. hand.If It Is desired to 'engage la th* 4.

:ti; arLDxe>t1M1 '. : required toassess' and collect annually ., E.ci _J.'ii'B'iiii'tl.fs.. : :' aLaI, ),' '1.1"- Tlsltors there a"re aumerons-<,hotels Episcopalian, Catholic,' M.. E. culture of tree' frulte. pineapple, various

GJmea LfufiltJUOhI. for the support of public free scfiools :power to. ,"Sr'jJe j;|"-rt,. .'..r !.%',.", corpus. and boarding houses, principal amore g : Church. M. E..,Church, South, and trop cal or seml-tropieal.tnlts], ,."i;

f tkio I ,.Qodi. Jtf iltrj, atJ ,,therein;; a tax of not 1...than' three (S) to any ort, Cf'tt.I''' .. :State'upon: peihioaby. which,lei the Hotel Royal Palm, an immense I Baptist.SOILS 'the growl g vegetables, at the s.. :;

mills' nor more than ('7) mills on the or on behalf of any person held in, building.;640 feet long, 300 feet: i AND PRODUCTS., "-, eon of th'year when all other'para ;
of all taxable In thesame. wide and five stories with }The cf the con try are In the grip of wia- '
L.I I cDONA11D, :.,altar' property' actual custody;' and -may make such *Igh accom-j principal industry n, this section
: GEOt writ :returnable before nluse\f\ the moda'tlons for 800 guests. beside lobbied I la the growing of fruits and'wln- ter. this tlon offers decided adraat- ;
.,: OCff' + !j \ ARTICLE XXIIL Supreme Court or'acy justice thereof, ,' rotundas, dining rooms, offices:' t'-vegetables for'the Northern", mal ages'orer any! other portion. of, th.

'';. s.r..l.t .ad w.edl WIII i I-"* ascocoAlgt' It7 I. That the follameRdmot to or before:any j jcircnU! Judge, {and when eta It 'Is satin urea i acres of tropIcal kets.. 'Tomatoes form I the staple crop, UnltM States. /

,. G OVL FLA,. I he Constitution of the State of Florida not returned to the Sapremej: Court, an gardens, beautiful beyond description. but there are large quantities of other '

be aid the' came Is hereby agreed to appeal to thatfieourt; hail always; lie There are'seve-al other hotels, vegetables grown, such ,*s tomatoes, HEKBINK .w ...
skaJH the smaller than the, Ro 'al Palm, to be egg plant, beans -
and be submitted to scrim Voi 'pePlH'.n.1 etc The :
d.N. Section:11 of Article .lie ..Constitution
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: i r f j. 'of! .thiTSUU .at the general election in; :of the States of Florida I Is, sure;'yet larger and w th better' service' planting season' extends from 'about Renders t i 4 bile more fluid and tha* i
than is usually .fot nd'' In towns of (October 1 to helps the blood to flow; It afford.prompt
January 15
and.the bulkthe *
Ismid......... November, A. D. 1904 for ratification or j hereby amended so as to read as follows '
...... twlce the size. At his writing another of shipments sent North from n let from biliousness. ladVgetio.hdsr
iii. t'll rejectlon\ I :. s.Section, are ;
+ ,
1 f. __...1: five-story hotel Is ID proeesl of November until May, Bal t-ty' : .
tint i Sectton. ; of Article V, of the Constitution J !11.. [The circuit courts shallh4n -, although.there. ;
'...c.t.........1 J shall be and Is hereby amendedso exclnslT original Jurisdiction In 1 erection.: 'r[, 'rIDg practically ,no difference in' the gestlon s ck "and nervous headache,
..-..... The'popul and. the c rep- Indulgence in
a* to raid as follows: I II tloa is < osraopolilan, every seasons, seeds may be planted or veg food a4
all cases j equity. Also In all eases
JI State lathe Union furnishing IU stables gathered 'anT day In the' drink. H irbine 'acta'quJck1T., a .....
j Section-1>\\ The Legislature may or- at law not cognizable by Inferior courts yiiA '" ,
oNEYADm quota of r,hPre ntayea.AD rend vegetables after mea i will bring the patient late
rOI.EJJ ganlze in such counties as It may think and In all cue. Inrolrlnff the legality grown.usually on
'.. .trable'torell1 element Is unknown.CUMAfE. :, prairie lauds whhich' free 'a'good co dltlon in a few days.
shall are from
tei IF 1 which have .
CUUMfre 1 proper nun tin assessment
... of any or ton: or the
Jurisdiction of Vn cues at Isrw in which action of ejectment aDd of all actions timber and are composed\ of a,kind of O., L. .Cjatdwell; ,agent 1(.: K. A T.
1 ING or\ ; Writing from personal 'experience mart" R. R Ch x>tab, Ind. Ter. writes Aprlt
o value of the
the demand property
ARE YOU lnvol.in4 qe ejj!titles or Donndasfe.real of
: Involved shall not'exceed five hundred estateand of alt criminal cases after visiting,California and other sections ] Fruits. are grown'on pine lands, :18th.t1 : '"1 was sick for over tw. .

relating to the where .cllmatlf conditions are which arc slightly! higher than; the jean wit t enlargement of the Dyer ,
? dollars; of proceedings cognizable courts aDd
West Inferior
not by
North Jr forcible entry or unlawful detention of ; ,' considered at their best I we can unhesitetingly prairies and in thli section very,rocky I and spice The' doctors'did me>' aa
of action of ford
a origins Jurisdiction: say'that'Miami has the most This rock Is a I rood and I had gives all
lands ,,and tenements, and of ..mlsdsmeanon ani peculiar coral formation up hop.of
fHE detainer d
rf; and final ..appellate. jurisdiction ble entry unlawful! an perfect winter dims,:e. in the United containing a great Ideal of plant food being 1 curt d, when my druggist sdytoe4
.. of such other; matters u the;.legislature itates. Cold Is alm I me to'n Herblne It hsa male ai
of it. unknown, even as evidenced by the fact that In many .
la'ctvil In courts ,
:; loniSYillf & Millie the Justices: of.cue.the"arising'pest. may, provide.,I, They, saall: bay! ,fins' the,, slightest frost >elng 'very rare.The'warmttt places, orange and other I fruit trees are .sound anc welL ,SO ceni::. at Red Cross)
In alljclTll cases
appellate Jnrisdictioi: '
o' ]Pharmacy ,
be de of summer Is tempered be. seen bearing thriftily, though
such appeals ,
The trial of may
Railroad I '1 I \ appellant tried in thetrurtso; record of )11r7, by' the., cooling brae: es from' the Atlantic apparently standing on a IOlId'plate I Dr. '
'raise novo at the option the meats .entences.of'! j Walker of Bon. Sec 8r.
., IIDeseel fPuaeDpr or InrlmunldJldeourt ) !'I and the temperature of this
Often e< The county Judge shall be the Judge of end caan betar' highest rock:j Being of a porous Orhoneycombed WJO.: Ala:!, 'fBierd purckaaed
'. trains currying lima of;, all arising recorded the meat thermometer structure '
Modern by gove the roots ofpte
-i conrt/aDd shall be'an. attorneyat the
Agnes. vessel
of fOlU'te.fD'ton
', the county } -
the Ic ;
; np-toidste .coaches, re- Justices lot peace counties the trees
sleepers, tree law. \ during summer months is 98. are enabled, to penetrate.lt : ] which he will place' la the.
r| elininr c balrl i-n. j u4 ;< the berry trade
I There shall be"elected.by tn ladvstry
between BortbeHi i taod outbrl1 cities.ifiirLear 'e ,teenntandeupenieion; an!, The elt> ranks a' the first in rqnld to be
ores appear a
t'the very unpromisng which he| baa developed
.. ?, In electors'of;, each county qtllied : I cofparmtively-
The finest service the appellatn juried:: t.f.cf urisIng the United States of hea th.' This rock
{ ,
11... niI when said Judge is elecieaVa .Iat pglnt by the war, recently He also expecte to pot a vesJunlper :
l") south.AU'lgenta. : I I IcutiDi before obuniv judges ]>ertainti3ito, There Is entire freedom from calarla. nakes a beautiful and durable '
TickleU buildingnaterial sel in th .
tar who
Through via : attorney said county, gin trade. between
&i | His their Dt bate'jnriedlctlos! or to the: es- and there are no "p railing dl asel". .and the -'Dew ,court house Bon Secoir'and Havana.
J ; shall hold office,for four years. Utes .at d'' Ini rcst o(, minors; and of Those well a
j aliments whlqh are common to !and Jail u U several residences
-The mettO berries
'L' NO' duties and compensation shall *e pre- pa are secured at
&: : ,
such oilier matters M thej/legislature all parts'of 'the coij built.of!
1i J rribed by law.. Such ,courts maybe : ntry:seem to be 'In thercity, this stone are mtny polj its along the'Florida count.
J Bdwduiea. Sleep Car mal pt ;;c For Rates. abolished at the pleasure of the Legislature. : power makes ill !visitors. ,It also and the ; Ice Is extracted and shipped
BelerY Ct4 A1P17 to \ 'Judges shall, rave rawer to U ue .writs they'' usually appea! in a'mild form :I i 'the finest road material In the North to lie used In the preparation oC:'

I of Injunction quo warrantocertiorarl. and rarely leave the! bad effect which 'trorld, and county "
leads all otb-
mandl'mu remediesders.
: ; kidney and bladder dlsorPeSisacola
I. J. MIFlemineT i i Provided that all county Judges holding + -
: ratification of this problbtl on. habeas corpus.! follow In' the wak! of like" diseases prs .In .the State in mileage and condition .'-1 JournaL
ij. PsneacprA) 'l said office at the : .
rMJ4ttS west B.f Iteet and all writii,. proper 'or neessar. t o elsewhere. Scarlet {fever and diphtheria of her highways:
f. i amendment shall continue In the exercise
J"-r..r.a :; the complete, exercise of '! ,Jurisdlc-" are unknown, while typhoid \ The fruits cultlvated'are chiefly THAT COUGH.
of the duties thereof according to thj'
I uoa.us' r fever Is rarely heard! of. It la adeslrsuffering !!grape-jrult., oranges, and pineapples. ,
commissions until
F D P pTiclDE, their,I II their respective are duly qualified and 'and Secu 4Of!: Article! ;V of the' Con! able place torah, from f!'Quavas, mangoes; avocado petra and cough, a tickling 'or aa..-

I '" Tk* neatest In to C IGCS1ION. ,I successors that when pti'tuUonj! of tie Stars ot Florida *s Dare lung troubles, asthma catarrh and iI'limes are largely j produced; but being I'the ,throat makes yon fee f
provided further i J
; "I.. I j counI I.ii amended so as to-reed'aa follows:? similar diseases wb ch .are prevalent Indigenous to the country they thrive ble; take Ballard's Hors-
shall hereafter be establishedIn
I ty, court UIf 24. | Upon the a-pptlcaUon, of a In'colder elimateiL [Many persons t-II', with little or no'j cultivation. Citrus hound p. Don't wait until UM *
.. .tiIIt'wiji'ABSOLUTELY county this State, the county >*-
' ECIE MAIr any 1 111 orltr of|jthe registered roan of tested 'with these fits. have eqme here 'trees require from three to five years ease hai gone beyond control. Mr.
i said shall bold his office *
of county "
;j lodge" I inA county.' this Stata +It jthe Icglsb-- and have been cured or greatly bene-, I after planting to produce fruit. Pine and A. Anderson. 354 West tth
r. aD4-perform. the duties of Judgeof
CURED. I tnreVshkn establishIn eue h county) a fitted. Of course, tfi'ls Is not the case jI apples, wjilch grow on a plant'lOmewhit :Lake City. Utah writes
roan tntil his term of :
county !
:' HERMIT SALVE t I Ix' the 4 court"'o:' record.and ',thee shall be onr In every instance. People die here, u I, resembling the cactus, and which "We Ballard's Horehound 8yn

., a' *tau.. ctNTa. a T.BOX.. ee- omee'ball I Id"J. ARTICLE expire. XXTT. fudge I( ,f pr each of the.,catdnrtwh! ) 0 they do everywhere! else. No,countryhas are propagated by' 'setting slips'or the MnfJ' : for congas and aWe ...,
nc bi at Jaw, yet been discovered, when people I..rockers, bear fruit In 18
', OWFuaU1..2S1'Oimmmii,..,.. ihafl I a practicing attorney : months after It for several yeah: 'It
.t\ That the amendment to I ind wbVshallbe., appointed W the tlovenoeaa ire .Immune from {leath and disease. 1 plantinx.. 'In this section they aretrown ( immediate relief ts very
the Constitution of the State of Florida ,
D : ,. eonfirmed by tba 8Pnatllo;anJ; At the same time It may be trnthjcondltions I In the opts, then being no ne- pleasantjWid gives perfect: satisfacttom..*
be. and the same is hereby agreed to .
fully that the
tendingto 4 cessltjr for protection from cold! and 25CL.50Cmacy. and .$LOO at Bad Crow PtarI ,.
: "... ,zed 6tadder t t I sad shall be submitted to the electors j (Continued. on page aeren.) general hea1t11r1W1j'-: anat favor 1 then Is thus si saving. of. about 800 9 > l

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11 1f 'j T HC fA.Lt. ;, FORMER MIAMI I' GIRL'PLEASE GE 'FORREST CONDITIONS 'L' the support of .family; In: that 'Cf-!! I n _
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SMI I ffimopOLi: '(Contnaed from First Page.), lies '"he whole cultivated f area cFlorida'is "{ r' bvti 4
I .' mainland l Is what a, geologist! woul I ld estimated at 1,000.000 ac.-o ; i ,(
dozen murders, hu formed an attachtent call coral. On the key the soil Is er-i
atlebsd ever. .r sacept baedaL I It is I terestlng to corrpare the sic e
r for Miss' Jeanette. .Obencbain talnly solid coral, crumbled corahaocoral ;I
i i4nltl J of this wild territory with\ther
sand., On the mainland it II .. pert
which Is extremely flattertnrout'somewhat -
AL r:i :Tuu S1Rw
limestone asr soft In places as jchal of the orid. For instance, the Kvet g

L ettl.ttK1 aaYalllasltr.tNMN embarrassing to'.tbe, young'I lady. and as hard in others as flint In I glades 'over 3,875'equate tAiles;' Port o

des the P es at Ylamlrlotlu.seoad The acquaintance began Friday,, places" it seems stratified or in plate
I i 11 co,.3, >50 square miles; Rhode .Island.
Ia+ssattsrt.rod when the-clase, under Professor Starr" and lifts out in good flat buildinatones
i I f I '. 1.;?60 s [uare miles; Delaware .?.050
tloaiutc rJ dance,"vliltedtheflerce, old clef 'which ,,harden on exposure; III 4J07
OM i Tear by Mail .....:.......>lL I I others it Is jagged, honey-combed, and, sq are miles; Jtmall' seats

Yi Months....... ...... ..... 2 He' objected seriously to being Inspected filled ,I with pot-holes and' pockets; In miles. ben tbss area Is once\ proper;
Tkree Months.... ... ,..} ,..... L and ,It took several !liberal donatlons I other it is coqulna like in charactei \ *! ,here will he i little"of It '-:41aQ-L'\ai

o.L Week, by er.t...... to pacify,him.Mira i I ;and in others :has an j oolitic structure recta :an not' be cultijued. ''Th ;
Obenchaln understands a 1HUSpanish +
and said several complimentary The pine' is Cuban pine::(Plnua bete The co plete drainage of these' Everglades .,.
(THe! Maori Pr; ting Company. f'
rophjllt. ), peculiar to the'region. ;It ::1
things to him. The:stern features I J \ not only being sej-lously} considered :' .,
AiverUslnt rates 'mad known 01:1:I does not :yield[resin satisfactorily,.am
relaxed a pleasant Ismlle, and on I li
Ipto but Is actually .
application, rTELEPHONE. i' is therefore not tapped.| It la so heav, progressThe
he with a :W J '
61-3R. parking presented her I that It sinks in I water and on the who! fo lowing on the .Dra '.Ilng of ihi
and autograph.Yesterday |
CE: METROPOLIS)BOILDIN ture an clues I Is one of the meanest noodsjon, earth Evergl des\ I* from a resent uame'of {
when the again|lyle-: I -
412 and 434 1 welfth Street ., : to'work with.. The heart or llghtwooIs Success by J;: E. Ingraham[ one cf the .e.
r Ited the reservation, the chiefgnized l '
i Opposite C unit. House. : durable, but it warps'to:surh an extent vlce-pr sldentg' of the 'ori.ia'F.a\t! r: 4y -
? Miss Obencbain and with ,
; and Is so hard when dry that I It Coast IIro. .
hand and a' word of greeting joined
SEPTEMBER I 14,' 1904. the party 11I8 the young lad 'a escort 'Is cut, hauled, to the mill sawn Into "The 'e are CTeat agrioul uial pave!.
: 'i.lk'slll'nt boards t and used for constructive purposes bllitles 'In, the Florida Everglades

STRAIGHT rr "- DEMOCRATIC- I.. TICKET' Iy AU_by through her side the, given'a hour he 1Vld 'berth by- just as soon as poeible.' : Thougl they areVet merel|' nn cxpansire 7'her,,:above illustration will give-'you a,lair ,idea''.of ,how t
It Is almost l imposible:to drjve a nat u wt ste of and lake and
In-awe swamp jungle I( handle
the ther'lndlans, 'hoj5t&nd job. J have of skilled
1 your plenty workmen
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'Into the,dry wood without splitting it t. : I v nture to..predict that the/ wK : .. ,,.
For Pi ealdent Violent I
; of his temperWhen .
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be would ,: and In order to saw it one' must. flood be the location,of hundred s.of fcrtt'li l and can give prqmpt service.
ALTON,B PARKER.For the. class departed I 'I I ;
the tools with kerosene to I preven farms+ Ithln ten '
, # VicePresidentHENRY have liked to go too.. but 'the old Indian :' years, rind, will byde'gree aT WILLS: : $G-LETbN
: gumming.. Lumber. merchants. 1 1 italthough' develop Intone of the tnoelproducl t t
he L
3. DAVIS. lea prisoner of was firmly '
on 'the reservation.He .' many people ,'use, It,because Ive tracts of lad: Id the world. CONTRd R sit :I3I..l X== ;
For United I ttatea Senator, persuaded to stay '
'of its cheapness The; sapwood soot The baVrier to the utilization of the ,' :: .
; I -473 '
JAMES P. TALUFERRO.i gazed/long' at the blushing Hiss Boa .. )41gmi; I'3.
rots and leaves a heavy, durable heart, des has been, of cosirse, the '
grasping :
Then her
O nchaln.
i For Con greasmam \ "
? {I :which would be in great demand for hlch covers the greater part ol ,
FRANK fT-a g, he said -Adlos, amigo. Evergl1 \ '
: posts:ties poles, ete, :were It'not'l0'plentiful. a' depth of from jane to cli
t For G Miss Obencbain. who Is a brunette '
< friends Much of It is used In burning t It has been found "nUn'lypracUcbl America's Most Perfect Whe
s 'NAPOLEON.& BROWARD. p beauty, laughs when' her mention the coral rock'lnto'I med much to drain off the water, : ,
f her conquest; but It is easy to see
For Secretly of State ,
'" e of it ia burnt !'up in the clearing aim- Work t > this end has already, been begun .
1 H. CLAT CRAWFORD. that she rather approves Geronlmo's.tasUT t
lot ply to get rid of It The 'log'rolling'stage and is being pushed \rapldly,. The H.aC .
[ j
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$ for Attorney General j Q,1e.+
tractW ..
ii ,IUD on In this district. Ii When t is completed a land

g Wit H} t1 LLtq. '"' 8-NOT ; .s E.; many cases it ia blasted down" will ODe bu idred' and sixty miles long and : ,

t t For Comptroller ,. i I "dynamite and'' then burnt Ia other sixty vide will have been opened i 0cnluvan. Differs from the bL cle. Pushes" .one-fourth "
M.t .
; A. G D-.*'Rush Says Mrs Fltzslmmons is It la "deadened" and then burnt stand : The size of this region Ii : :

Tbr Ttwaarat ,Suffering From Nervousness lags i It ,would probably, pay to"distil not as Important as''the f[remarkable easier, and is .pr Celled the Same 'way. --J

: WIL 914llpstistad Publfc laatrw ,. And,Not Insanity, this ,wood, since it could be. securec produc ray' of the oil. [Tbe'la'kt. The less the fricti i lithe; easier ,the push. .
i cheaply and would yield large qnaatl; la not nay absolutely virgin, but(h ," j

1L *ot.wWAT.a : A report was current]l this morning ties of tar.. The palmettoea are beini been fe tllized by animal andvegetabh The, Racyde. has less fr ction' on its Crank Bearings '';f

that Mrs. J. B. FitxalmmonsJ a most estimable used for the manufacture of tannlni life thr mgh many centuries. I am con { : .
Agtluslttl lady, residing at]: the corner of extract In Miami. If a factory U estab- fident i'hat Its crops will }ift, Floridato t !$ ."'than, any ot er bicycle. AC .

a ; a L 3j Seventh. Street and Avenue E,1: bad listed which, will convert this wood, a Place, among the lead ng. agrlcni-- \- 1. .(}

j/"er Rafhosd CommlwltmstI gone Insane last night and greatly ex- Including ItumzInto'tar; there.wouk tare a tea Plumab j

,I JOHN L MORGAN.Prot '. dted the neighborhood i,ln'' ,which she be little left on this rocky' ridge la tht The project of:draining the Everglades -

r tjLt Stab' Ck6m1.t live by Irrational conductJ ray of a cover. ttracted the attention'of Hen :

t 1 8 >L RQsz.a Dr. W, B. Rush, who1 Is attending : ,Fire sweeps over these pine regionirequently. ry ,B. Plant In the early'nineties. 'bUt I, have ;an''; up-to-da: e plumbing'establishment in

t Mrs Fltzslmmons, stated positively The pine !;needles, grass, he wa- I by' no' means sure that tli.a ,

a TIckET. this morning that hell not; crazy, but and palmettoes burn like tinder. The scheme was feasible, so I, .acting under {A connection i h.m, Bicycle Emporium, and a>wf ;

Itd Seoitoe suffering from severe nervousness and dry,' pine, bark and' rotten" sap wood his din( tlon*'undertook expedition\ repared fo do the best work. Call and W :
; Tor Btat. : see me. '
that a few days rest Is all that Is necessary bold ,fln ,like punk. Fire geta'doWn throng 'the tegon.Desplte'lta! prox-
to restore her to normal' ,conditions. In the 'crevices of the rock, so that It imity t >"'centers 'of population; It'was

!braG '\-..,. .. "I Ie W. KING.Prot ''"Mrs..' Fitzsimmons baa lost a great The effect .of fire on this, rock Is 'pewulIar i white mea Ours) ,was vir hIL M D0NALD
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b, Judge deal it rest." said,Dr Rush"here of ., ,It becomes. .a ipotent;( : geolog- tually, i.! voyage" 'of discovery. We ,

A. Axt late,, by, attention.to ner""children'and cal agent converts. the ''rock'into paddled! :our light, boats'oQ lakes ,and ,
Poe g Attorney had become nervous over other I matters lime" .which,slakes"when'wet by rain camped J on island; I have zood reasonsto J ..; '

.; OBERT TAYLOR.. .. Last night I gave her quietingpotion or I dew, In burning piles" 'of brush, .bell ye .had never bcfare: been',visited 1 : -Ii

R Prot Cofactor and she rested well until about ocksare 'often thrown into the heapto.lchiMli I Ly any' holmall fating ,but. se.nl'j t&

f', .. T. N. AVTIELPor midnight whenjihe awoke In a fright the \ flames, or prevent the. nole In tans, and bv there,; but iiLE" 1\\r Shoe: that 'pleases ,every cbild and
> ..,.'.. .... ICTTThCTBovks i XTh
Ta A..eenorum Ijusned: Inr 1u U.U.IUI. .11111 1',0 "it: tr. ..l'li' r; .Uii .I V\\.f, Ives them Comfort 'k
-u; Being of Catholic faith she Imagined are burnt with'the[' wood, and I sonicour: ioity, were clrrtpell.d'to I '

"e 7br CounC. sbe'must'io, to church and reached: th- rumble into soil. I( 'urn 'n! 'k; but 0 ,our rrt'Ats Were, Dot ,.a aye or twenfiv
H..RA N.Superln .' Church of His' Holy Name before she I I Jhis,:rock' crumbles"! Into soil I In the vain! .'h r we ;asc,rtaln-xT important. 'W' C\ tlf.erent"itIlel.in tbi. famous, 'tCh

dent ot Schooa could be". restrained' and gotten, .back I resence'of decomposing organic; 'mat fact th it ,the Everglades, !along the I e IILDREN l witb'' C S) FORT SHuE and can",easily 'fit': anJ'j
%' LPL HAIL.c1ert home. i/: 1- I f'ri;' ,By the eof, velvet beans dynamite whole 60 miles of the; eastern side, '

., lrcuft Court "?. was Immediately summoned! and' I and hard grubbing by Bahaman. are rim ned by a'rock ledge.' We fur- Itris the 0 .Shoe EsPcthiJ
ik r s. C. D ARBORN.a fmcreeded In quieting her nerves.; This ; arkles, .the roughest] most hopeless thermoi e learned that all of' the lake's Y

'', For eritr,1OHN morning abe]riI'much 'Improved but : ,coking rock jbed may' be converted are sev >ral feet:above sea level,. and Des_ ignedto FJ Their. 'Feet.Stanford .

oH9CL.lbr still,very.nervous, but I have no doubt uto productive soil' : we, !ted 'that there >:'irasnothingwhater ; ,

County' mtuioneM she will recover, and beta, normal condition [ I ,, There: ought; to Iconstderable nlrogen r, to'prevent the water I of' the & Co., j (Opposite' Express: ornce.Do .

: .R. ORS; aganJn a few days., present In the 'soil since the lakes ft im flowing Into thfocean. and : -
L. $ nuc ; This statement! Is published! forthe :*round is often covered with thirty orlore leaving)the load drained if.prenta could

'. T. A. NFIELD sole purpose offsetting aside the! wild : special| of creeping legumes. jbe' mad! in; this. long: ledge of rock. f

-, JOHN EWELI4E. rumors that Mrs. Fltzslmmons had be- I 'h4re, m\l t.M'. ; potash ,somewhere The ch f question before us "pertainedto ,'---r.1 '

: o.' come.,a "maniac, and to ]iglve the I rue ''I Inca, the'. palmetto, ash. is extremely'; the r racticablllty, of cut' in through ', j > ,
: Pbr Sch d Board'v' Facts of,her condition. 'I Ich.> Few! things will grow, however, the led In various piaces4and[ dredging .

i., .. ,ELT 8l1IS, e I i I, i 'this, :'I rock without the help' of. fer-. out wtleta Into,the Atlantic, :which You Inte To
& AR1tISH, Speaking of the First ;Florida .Regiment I lizer. Pla-nt-food materials may be! Is not'if ore, than 2 or.3 miles, { away at .1 ; d Build and
W sL URDINL the Savannah News. quotes.*:D1rtsion sere': but they are not available. The .muhero s points. !t' ,

,Passenger Agent ;W..'H. Leahy :rs usue.1b. wet even ,in the driest_ I IImes. '"Experiment, proved that{ this 'work

+ uttbe, pd a of meat : ts follows: The Florida troops were I In fact, under this coral ridge I'' --ouM t resent,'no, great difflcultlea., It I SAVE MONEY?
is fine a body of men as t ever met and I\ iere, : are ,channels, ol :water running ""ass me ely a matter of a great deal of ',i
their behavior 'was perfect I/ um'the'Evergladee and bubbling out I digging. HenryM.. Flagler' : took up f ,

i be king bou sttlkere struckj l 0"" ,! tn ;the'..form .of crystal springs along he pro; oct.'and it ia'being|carrled out INfORM tNt' ; in whit all'1 tranche* of.th + Building ;
wet bow at or nlzed later: ILOGE AGITATING SECTIONALISM pe shores of Biscay ,Bay.,, his Pllten nta.. We are 'not only 'J I l
3y den
r k" JT are repr Hpte& The "i;
'I 'in :
I l| this plneland Would time.be- naklngnd crtf1elal} outlets through the I
I H: i mcmlx.Th'of
!7: 4 Is.nnouneed f m saris that Wl, Senator 'Lodge, referred to'.andre- {t'II me hammock no"'doubt, were it not work. lilt'are, also, by' ditching, and Contractors .
';J: eti t be the style this ,stages : fully wjJI t rni.irpl "",'specified
I th w garded I as the highest type' of New : forest flres.j One can find all IredginrU ..t..urnlng"largt- es' of water : ,
!A j e44 i England culture and enlightenment t i jletween the true hammock type ,and I (', rs aad.ereeks'wbich'Ilow'to tions. and estimates. AddresaCcntractors n A.
i. : raises a sectional issue In the campa'gn {the pinelandJ i Where1! ,ptneland. ,has I: he'ore n:, The'; work" progressed! : .of" :

e PtTker vai w but tint withou and says' In. his article,in jthe, teen protected ffot flre. I(, becomeshaotmocklike f ar enoonfldep, Ih to ''enable 'me I to predict Association. ,Association,

:'" fl 0 t De rate must do their North 'American Review that the Democratic In|, character., ly'theopeninginllorldewith, 0 .i 1';. :j MIAMI FLORIDA. .: '
i, tbtp year. e party Is'unfit to be trusted With 1:1 1 The type of(fores't: called'mangrove In'a vr' re".yelt1"f.f a great tract t>f J '; _
1 '
J' the 'government berauM>| the party Is I ijonslrts In places of pure red man- and of almost unprecedented fertlli : '., "
a gUeatlon; S all we bavv a reds controlled by,Southern men.To. Toy the great land-former but gradually ." .;: -- -r'j" '.'--. .- -.- '--.- .'

" :. turionai Pre. Lent or a Dictator? the', credit of New 1 En'glan4.] we merges 'into forest ,similar. : to VlTiennudas one consider'what i the Bt r- Q---- : rat

i" ; 1bs k moat d Ide. ;must 'say that 'we do not believe' that' <
Lodge a representative man. He has swamp consists of.those,species miles of rocky land the possibilities oft New'; b'
,... 9lge Parker sod s .he will not take 'never given evidence of being' anything. which can stand a salt ;water: bath. ()('- bU gneem southern tropical (peninsula; ; ,

t: nD 'Is residence 1s ew Fork City:Hie but. a shifty politician, and the only fasionallyThjey ere looted on' nick \ si nost: HmHIecs.' whole reTh -

peg m gve, we'ta It, wUlpe to the. ,constant purpose' he ever" {;jexhibited Is a t jknds which, are being! gradually wrcet: : : Ion 18 pne .of, great Interest, and_:81- :N

f 1 e }Lase. ,hatred for the South. By:jilaylng<<' tn | from the tK'a. The jpl! mangrove )ia th911gb lIe'of the first to be explored j obbrI
I the cultured 'people'f; New England ( among those 'plants:;which. can paftly settled it ,ba remained t .

f!:. e Ion. Tom 'atwn, of Georgia, with his scholarship and,by:prating 'of;'f ';* ia sat pater.Wth I lorman ,,unit la\cly. .Settlement ,Isiflnilt .

I ja to try to organize the Pop- :thit'eutTering of the 'poor negro and : tt,. however, are often, assoo'aid *- :rll !mt fradua-IIy obal t Suits

:_ all party in the nth. Kuropatkln'st \. Southerners; to the narrow- the cocoanut,; the seeds of' which tog ovf rome, ;and when competition t 'c ** '

,; Ae this Ic child's play.I :;minded and the blgoted'dlrect I descendants "lost lnr become revered with wet waVed -' 'n Ira"'t nortatlnji. facilities develops ,

I or the. witch .burners, : be baa i and then' sprout') end, ,row, tolether -. 'h<, booip will H" on in exrmept I I F or FaIt'andjVlnfe; '
'lC e et bet 'een McKinley that and managed to,keep his seat In: 'the. Senate J : :with, button ;wood,' black mantrove The! i ion{ of rW-l"JII'hlftll"qmmer! l Is

,: r It 1 .lm t a great as sicKi ; but ,there 'are' evidences all ovr ', sea grape. and {others, There;: .t he 'nat rarPtP'aYto, the West Inf f i ,I ,c.' ,

Parker a d Roosevelt, Massachusetts of dissatisfaction with !-re hundreds, of thousands of arrea nf dips. ana ,the great peninsula of Florlj j j'fhls Cat represents:
ii't. ey $ a lave beaded man and a and 'though it Is rock-ribbed in whlrn I'mangrove predominatei..', ll
i him.' a and ,ITiej a huge finger directs way Design. V*
So ( rker,. Roosevelt Ia he, Latest .
.. just man: disgusted the theee'muck .lands are often,
I Republican State so are Bringing tc fertll regions beyond;; awar'tlngfcOTII ,
',people with Lodge and bis demagogy -I ,'IUd btoa'hea"j] In the course of tl-re, },merlrajD- capital' and enterpriser" I ; : .

jeeruhtiml of apao is estimated that there Is some slight hope i : hen' this land becomes high and dry i -t- <----'-,; Prices c

The empire now hum.' that'the Staty the ,conllnued deposit of vegetable :' E OF .SPECIAL'M.EETIXG. '* ,. : _..
p at 01O,0o0. Sectionalism Is longer an issue In Jetritus.."other trees, such,a?' grew; ; inthehammock I
uot'gntte'u no i ; '
4m and naYyilm t if i ,510..00, $12.00, ${I5.CO ,
its I
mete Can ederaeT I this country among the seriousmindedand : ,! gain afoothold. .and A' sne lal'meetlnR of th'st&khold- ;
u e bed'IIn '
qiin I
i and If it were the Lpwad. ] Guar- I :
aaA Peron ,, patriotic. men 1 en. of t Miami MortgaK: and "
S. taf'tour yes Art War every ry Impartial spectator" .of 'public affairs I ik[( Back:,of" this .rock ridge bSrii, i ntee Ct liMIT, Is hereby cailedAo meet Serges; '

twaa 1lwith and b r war e Souh I would give 'it as his opinion that for i stretches along the"' co&st fio.n' tho r" lar the' lire of ,the company at 7Sn "

foe bt. That 3d n an pnt good I dislnterednem,, and pcs: and, able 'I' ftlon of, Miami, ion Iward,_ts that vast :p: m, Oi tober 3.: for %pnrposl of rot- Worsted" ", ,..' .
3 more, band s of thagaod1 ofm statesmanship a high order the ; territory, called! the Bv':'s'n' ,cfc In ..Ing to amend the charter chancing: the Homespun. ,

p y thefleld wtthoutUyn6etatement. i Southern men ,of large ability now .In i' the Everglades, there. are hammocliaslands' : name aiid place of busitiae'of the ...

..T4y ins th 4 tor, that becauoe public life are as, well if not better fit" on fipu of ehlni 1h.' ST-| ''compaut.and; Increasing its &pltallza r / ..

? hat 125. 000 people, ittattewhlp to coDilder/the questions of government vole ,Indla s'liyt'., This Ev.rglad.'r3- Uon from 25,000 to 35dtml4'H. [ '
R a 7sxan, does of array oayleuonto than those from anT' ,': other's. : eon. gton., it claimed, contains s:;:1,1)1'1' B.Shaw.-- I 'L W. RHODES LOT s,

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A-'flew and_complete : ',.' "' e' have rolled I., up ,ours'\ '.for the 1 biggest business;the store. -has ever known..

stock We '
I ,Going. to get it, too, if a splendid! stock to select:fromthe,; fairest prices, arogress-' .
of everything; for j I t' ,
; the most} treatment will count for Thishbeen '
: vise' me merchandising: our eous anythin .
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DAILY MIMI$ETROP LIS: needed for- some, time on this much,I turning home. provisional regiment except' the th'l &. A + LEQSON .
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traveled, thoroughfare.:, 1 When the compan; left here' It was

WEDN&4DATi, ER d,19MItr4L14 I I.. : ., W. KJ;:,Vanland.' ghom.1 left.last the desire of' .Captain Jandon'and his v DEAL RCS 1. _

> Cornelias Chrlstlancy, Jacksonville; : night for TUusvllle where he will to men to go.:to Washington after themaneu..en -- ..
;' morrow wed Miss Susie;;Alpha Mimi ; H''poa Die, and the nonarrival Choice &.+ "
Martin : ean.chelastty
t. A. T. .,Macon:, and T. F. Williams meats Live J
and together they will to Baltimore of the eom' home and the'absence' PuUto Al DtlOD :,
Artie trop tit ,N- and:E. H. Armstrong Daytona, go p
where he wflV"thta 'winter complete of news from them makes It ,and dressed; poultry PAR TREATMENT.ccb .}
; -00 a: s.! well'known knights of, the grip whlare | .
> ..161! a. frequent "visitors to this city, ass. his course! :'kt the Baltimore Medical possible that they tent to the capitol .;
= College.- Mr. Vanlandlugtam Ia: '. city, In which event they may not be
those.tor the N rthTO4 again In town:interviewing their .: -
.. '! most estimable )'oung'man enjoying home until tomorrow.. xThe J., a. C. IL I1UIUO. ,
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'Do'not forget,that the Weekly Me the confidence and respect of all who awl.
CorD r'13tll St. D t'ntallUa. ,
.. :"" Flower Blows"Is is tee. '
; tropolls circulates largely IIi every part know him ""ulf his' will be the best Sweetest That .
; I j not sweeter thari Thelma the new 1."
f of Dade county, besides going to about wishes inmanr friends, among whom ,
even' hundred postofflces,, outside of the Metropolis, glad to' be numbered. perfume. ."A delightful..odor- delicate ', '::1
1 TOPICS. r I In HlamL: There no'other advertisingmedium l.j 1 yet permanent, -Tl elma: la, becoming .

to eompare with. It. ;, : The /chooneraThree Brothers, acting the favorite among people 'of,'refinement ( : : In : ]
I u tender to.the crews of painters now everywhere. Call and test It at 'i i, Corner Avenue alai (t -

+ If you w ntl 'reach the people sdrvertiae The.steamer Martinique,.Capt.:, Dillon engaged'In repainting the lighthouses our store: We are rta to show It because i. ro 1 ."I A

in theiiietropolls. ..hlch'-ani..ed In Port-yesterda 1' at C ftJ"I FJ>rt Fowey! Rock and Alit it makes' trt dl-tor.lt.atItBlld.; G. A. MULLER Propriety.
:afternoon from Key West and Havana, gatof Reef :has returned to port from us. -- 4tiSACAtOS

Frank is ofFulford, among brought In eight passengers, the majority 'I i visit I to,the<,above ,lights; and her .. (Blscafne! Drug: Store,
rthe v4ltors i he tty today. nbud of.wham were from .the Island captain reports work progressing nicely
tress and pl l } I City She will Bail tomorrow. ornlrig i though.tip will be several I weeks yet ., .
t and the return trip.: before 1 the work'. these places has+ LEGAL APERS. .
been completed when the painters will The following pa ten-were filed fpr
James ;De ry and There.was- practically"nothing\ doing I be transferred to other lights on thecoast' + record In the clerk'p omce'of the Cir- .
son, Ale.ot kin; the bay except the two dredges I II I!, rOXMEUY. 1. )
on the today : .' cuit Court today; I Open aS theye4at2.5Operdayaodip r ) \
in today,
vfattiors cutting.the new deep water. channel iI i-I I 4 | Quit-claim deed, & C. Williams and ,TIle : ,. ,
Nearly all the trading boats are down Groubd ha4 been broken for the Roth wife to,Tropical B "me' Improvement rAiMHom m. "_ La SAMPLE ROOMS. I '

A tall itne o oo1 the coast and those In port are.laying.. building'neat the .Metropolis office, Co., for $1.00 and 01 her considerationswest ,a! rest fflee Ia 66 ... n.ru.. .,
News and BoofBtora j !
yUee at Smith. Idle for the time'being. and 'a work'wfll, be prosecuted from this: half lot 3. bloc : 7, North Mlainl: ........ . ., . '
thli ', I time on until completed j Mr.. .Roth Deed. Albert H. J awye'r. trustee; toW I 'i
Theachgoo II agaea edi :The meeting of the firemen last night' expects'all( the brick by every Incoming ,: B.- Hardee'and (jM.-C.,. Hardee for 1:
morning for West and 1n was abort aa there was but little, business' freight jtralnj, and as soon.as' they car $2 5.oo fifteen acres in section 21. township '

ate points nstderab1e htMW for 'cOnal e..Uon.. Among ,other be placed OD'I the grounds construction : 45 south, range 43 east,, I Hinson; Houge .1
sat matters disposed of waVthe decision will be$tn. ;The building is to be SOx: :

nrday for Marjltgnttort St Aa uat ne,will where 1 e a will tto have erect .In the rear,of hea TO feet: |two-story! and'.ye lJ.built in'every .I.III t I j. .
1 ; quarters a shower and tub bath for the particular. It Is, nnd'e rBtood that: i V,; Newly Furnliihed.. In new location. >Rates l1.60perdsy :'
re-enter St.J pha Convent or benefit of the risen In returning from .afire it will jchaage hands. a* soon u completed BUSINESS. LOCALS., ,' yZC' r e' "SPECIAL:: BY:;EEK. 33l| 14th St.'Mlamt.Florlcia. .
sext school '.and cleaning 'uP. Ij ,1
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l3rR., arse & vn DerRochers Mrs. O. P.Huntington, wh!) has been 1 'AFine office rooms I for rent In 'the
ent. of 1 Mr. 6.,D.;,I rossler:, circulation manager : :
a pr me t a resident of this city and West Parr f! for Metropolis has in the first Metropolis' building., | ", H. 1
Lemon City, onn pea b neigh. Beach for several years, will leavenight tf 1 two 'days of his work'in that department ,< '
W.'L. Avenue D.flne .
burs in the dq See Daugh 1.1095
or"tomorrow morning for Belleville
Increasfed: the list of city subscribe ToMakeRoomforewGooiIsUntil
.in., where she will Join Mr Hun by fodyoue'and several others If your sewing. ma needs repairing ,
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Captain and pr. :
; lagton,who 11'110. In'bualneel there 'will be'agdedto this umber to- | >''"'_
anent.ylaltnn nt Orove 1 ere e dry among y th ay prom.at.ternooa. and which pl.ce.the.. ) expect: to ,make! day. He hai also placed, a' number, MONET TO LOAN Apply to. Dad" :. -' J

,i their.tutu1'ome. ; of Yertlalni!! contracts,,some of these County Security Co, Yo V, Brown, 01 1

4W : There will be "an. "Epworth League appearing in \ today's, paper.; He' Is " Mr.Fredlirtck. meeting ,most excellent: success : '
to islet g with
Mrs J. &, ertcii
Social by the young people of the FlrrtMjE. '
who supertatend ng tDeianal .'Church at the home of,Mr. and ;cunt nue his! work .o until theMetropolis i MIAMI CONSERVATORY"' OF MUSIC : Septembeall r ,first, ,
Fort \ wii:I be known as the mOlt .
work In je vlcinlty Mrs. Terrell, In the north house ol.thePr 1 FRANKLIN COLEMAN, BUSH R '
patronized papf..r published In will salt
Pierce, next ) TWELFTH goods pe .
ut' sub-division west of town DIRECTOR. 225 STREET.
t any similar sli ed city In America, If In. ., -. ,
evening at 7:39.( It will be called
Friday ,
..average 0 {wenh new becdbere a World's. Fair'Social, and ''promises (deed (tils not already endued' to that' W ANTE:>.Purcha era for real-- at Reduced. Prices : : ': : .,;\
the D y Metre ,distinction., i] 'I_ '
a daywfll place to be a very, entertaining! event Ice 1 1. L dances. built to order on easy icstall- 1 .

ia_ every Dome in Mlaml. cream and cake will be served.,, I The Miami R tiles who were expected: j ment.payments.! J. : ,Tatum t, Co., -
I t to arrive hom| last'night,01- this.morn Real Estate.Brokers., J. W. Watson

Tbs. Racket's has Juet heda This 'afternoon ,Mrs.*,Eaton Is entertaining 1 ing disappointed. all by no4 puttifig In, j .
good supply at campdgn m tetsiL the ladles} who,took part In'therenaitlon.'of i an appearan .. The Times-Union of i FOR P.I1.T!'. leant'eultea; 01.1; rYoungsPhrmacy.

The Republican l e nd Democrat enthuiaste .' the *De itrick Skule" a typsteifday' iV'f.eportlnglthe: : companies i rooms. iwn_each. Dei arable for.officet

$ of the eorhlnualty can w approprlately few weeks ago,|with a ride on the .bay whfe ,Were expected 'there!! yesterday rent In'the'Metro tolls building. t-
howi In the large: aid! commodious launch., -' --- .for tI
6elr color f j' T. I ,
party left the stone dock 11 "
Clyde. The RUTTR. \ Beadquarters, fancy crocenes, rrullir?
P.sardentug' is at 2 o'clock and among the,?other pleasures i l i RE" .ct, at WU&Ol" Fly '... '7 tl
The Roya1 will be a trip to the beach *nd Generet Contractor. 1' I I
now tutting the trtmml and g trees prtng a bath In "the iurf.. ', Oradlnjr, FOR S.Ten a tee of good pine 1
14: and otherwise I alt next I 4-! Blasting. 1 -f land, flrst::class for fr Its and vegeta- j .

the golf Unk nd grounds. Miss! Grace.Carpenter; the 'ellclerttclerk .. Wells Drltled, Sidewalk hies, west of Lemon C ity about a mile I
,,.eon's yldtors d sports.Mlaa and Road Construction. '
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In the office of County Judge Her K O. Box *53. '-, Miami. Fla. and a half. and not fai from rock road. I
ter, II'spending the ..eek'Ith' her I Will sell cheap. Addr ES "Land.".care '
,. Isabelle nI" the dent A complete and ruefully: : selected stock Ye'! in :
; buy our drujj .
and sisters at Ihelr home at (
mother ,The
etenograpber to dent If i .. ,email qualities and often, no we can alway hare them freak and
Jb'owu. of the;: 1'efk Dallu. stionalRaul Cocoanut"as their'Grove guests; The,this carpenters'aLctiara week; Miss \ dergaiwI' j WANTED.-A'loan" for' Irt. Our customers get the benefit of this at d are always satisfied I ."'- ,I
clef to her $2,000.00 '
: hu reiu a and Kate Colyer,.,wbo Is taking much Estateinvestments ,, gllt-ed first mortgage .e t4tt, anri h ans.ro :
t :parents and trteeds+ atTituivl: e. deemed and needed' rest from her Real six months on ; e. r ,
her ..., j paper. Will not payicenU over eight-per
n dntl I ', summer" school. 'duties: .j ; Interest. >Address. --"Borrower ::. : .! ::1 en.ainfie : : ': "
ne'fish ea !u4 IhIPP eee 1 care-Metropolis. .. .
;IIOL, which II'' now.11IDder.vs on asmall.uin J ).Ir. Ben,F.' Davis, of the.local post- f 'l1."Atrte Prefeik'Ir'lris."i' -. 1\\ ,..at the: soda fountain. : Special creams.ai d kherbet Saturday i

-! a I'D full,o rstIonr nee who'was bitten by a'mad dog fsKM !f COUNTRY: PROPERTY FOR afternoons and evening.. ,We want yo r patronage and.willlie n:,

about the 15th moath: which [about i month ago and who went to tre.tI the *. MKttHK.' I tosneMwJUMiIN1K i [ 'pom boose wttfc bo & bath cistern? always, !endeat'or. to sea ,that' ,you' .get j.best in oar line. '

-C\;date the tI &orffu' Mtsml h Co.. Pasteur, Institute at 'Atlanta for doing- I OUfttE.'IAUK Of tSUUS. ''and necessary'out.hou lea, ...ith.ten or [ -' I _'
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writes-hQm. that
':...':i,!iI''wiD be MIlt j i \ I' nicely went and received the best of .attention .McALUSTER.BECK !I more'acrea of good tucking land, at i j I Personal Atteatios Aaaw D, f Doors lira, el Past Of Pee 11 "
: Orange Glade five ml es from Miami j given to all E. YOt NGS. '' :
gedto though the course Is rather severe, i.nDrVfa. I prescrirtloas]! ; :: PROP.,
'l The city ; are sow : 't101.2 SkaRFDei address ,
:; mnu upUse(1o ee u4 rekine. ,tmong other things he being c compelled J TweYtl JJ'lion Walter good Walden rock road.Mlam.f .C11. on or, ,

Seventh ...... quarry Ave- ,to walk ten miles a day. Mr.Davis. wWl' '. 'I .

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: ''. THE COLORED PEOPLE"' Was Cut to Suite To Whom 1 I/| "" It May NOTICE Concern: rots = 1 Southern anwav'I :

ERE AND. ELSEWHERr H Notice 1* hereby| given that the un- The friends of F. H. Wkartorj des ,
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Suited Hii .
That derslgned
Intend to apply to His ]IceUenoy to llm
announce U a eand1dateito; nc- 1
i f fF -f flr. William j s. Jennings, GoY- teed himself or to 80' .

r i 111 last and as a result we] are. eniorlof[ ,the State of Florida, on ,1 the .licit the IUPJort of the voters In I hla 1
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-al&hL ,1 now working j i' 6th day of OctOber. A. D. 1904 for Let- .behalf at the primary ,on the Inltant. 'World's ,F4ir; Route .
ten Patent on the proposed charter r .
Rev aVd Mrs. L J Lo bbs left for 1 1r tV hereto annexed. I ', t' '
&: countryjljutj week. in order keep ahead of four 'I This' 27th day of August A.D. 19ft :The friend of F W. Hahn,dr'lra. "

I orders All this- j has I JAMES T. SANDER announce h1a eand1d&e1 for renomlua- to St. Louis }

(?. Kr. L u Hall.i \>t Lemon Cltr. I WJaGRAMLINa. Uon u aid subject to the!grin esSI =
been about by
" brought, J. H. TATUM.
was In 1r yesterda I ry election led for Septembe 20ti 'V.' '
the satisfaction ,which:follows CHARTER.The Digftr service

Servl were good a New Mt Zion our work.f) I ]; undersigned* persons, JamesjSaader T, The may rleuda and luppo ra f I',, ,

Baptist a h.lut nl !ht *. W..a; O mlln& and" J.Tatum. .' H. Alderman.J. Wilson baTe 10. persistenUr -
hereby associate themselves to- urged tm to stand for feelitlon ee- :

Class pI testing at Hajrris Chapel ,A. :i if getheir for the purpose of becoming I In- that he u bally consented and Stop. overs. going nd 'returning' ,' .

) a spirlti corpoirated under the laws of the State will therefo be In the race before the .
last nigh was
11. Eo ch4rc I
feat II 1 1Mr We make! Pants te' //your of. Florida. .... primary on'e 20th IDltMJ.t.l at Atlanta, Knonille, Lonisiille, Asheville, I

Thai| following is the proposed ehu-- : -
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'measure 'form! FOR TY '
Scott |Payne wen In the countJT '.' ,t Let for the intended corporation: and" .'principal .North Carolina Monitain Resorts,
l' Chas 1L G ides a eandl ate for
of fish. Mr. r I ARTICLE L :< "
two ins
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| City Treuur r to suceeed hi f. nb'J -
Payne Mr Industrious.' UF The name of the corporation shall be ( .. 's
1 $4.50 l ct to the w I of the voters to d_
The ttoda! Medical Company, ,wIts
Mrs Ward, =amiable wife of principal, office located ;at' MJamt ,Ignated at tip primary election on the See High JJrii dgej hl.h..t''iI' i bridge< in the world) Famous '

Yr, Shed 1 Ward, of Buena Vista,.WIn II Florida. 20th Instant Blue Grass Region, Lexington and Ix;nisville,* ..

' fes erday aft and a Catchy ,Suitas \ Dadejuntr.I ij ARTICLE IL II Free reclining i hair, cars 'and 1 igh'-'! class day coaches. Through, 'j
town '
.. Pullman sleeping car ft Jacksonville tc St.1Lowll.
A frown low as The general nature of the _
j I I iae nounce myself ean';
Mess* i
: dldate for member,of the Miami City ed. v
and J. psd wards,.the tjallor.were out tuning of and placing upon the mark :a

for a dnTonlgiq t e i $;esterday, ernOOD. '$22.00We Extracts and Medicines: 'compos ,Council I W. H Mclntyre II I- ; J. a, Lusk,. Dis ict PasseDgerrAgent; .- ,I

wholly or In part of native herbs fruits '.
t will be the Regular meetli 108., Bay St., Jacksonville Fla 15OSaannaand 1I | ,
and berries, and in such quantity and FO CITY CLERK. ; ,
night 01 pie East LlghAn Lodge. G. U. out .,2 ; 'I hereby a Bounce myself as! a ca ;If
of O. ItMr. member tone ,
of of Directors. dldate fur r -election! to' the office of

Guarantee our work jor give< Boar j ARTICLE in.Thi cltr clerk,add tax assessor. 'I|
I Mtnard, the famous Ice creaoursloors ,
wltb back the money jou paid, for tt. amount, of capital stock shall 1 be M. R. Kellum.FOR ., $
man J till found at (2,500.00.( to be divided into 25<<"Bharea : Returnf
taavored ). I -4 I
cream '
his fine A. WORLEY '
,J. of th i par value' of $10.00 each whiihalt btAI'OIL'
Ibe payable at the option, ',of the : solicitation of h1a
as'"Prot :At the ernest, |
Mr, ion,,better knownSwata. Next to First National(Bank "''
Directors In services, i iproperty or '
Board of
John Sewell has -
: in Baldw! uany: : cpnsei;
for hlmse
is erectTown.. nice' cottage. 1 ; either Wai or personal at a ed to becomj 'a candidate for jre-ele .400 Colombia anflReturaSpecial ;

Just Taluation; to he fixed by the I Board Ion as May r of the Qty of Miami c at ., ,
copnty 1 -
; culture k:nown, 'throughout, the! 'w.1' if Directors" of this Company at a meng < :the',primary] to be :held on the 20th 'J,"
Rev t. yery '] ,. ,
tate, and even die nation 9m
pan and porter m train No. -
.F: of young the E. C. is quite hastier t 1 "some"Interest, to th, readers, of the ::1 -i :ARTICLE IV: --'-- I' ,7

say thiThe beast Pre a at home and abroad.- 'note a The: corporation' shall continue, ,and I ; COPY. .
,1 er haTe power to operate Ita'corporate i In' the Clrci.It;CouJt': of the vent
points concerning the, towneecially'lU '
c 'ter and of New' ranchlses, powers'and Immunitiesr for Judicial CJircult' of. Florida. IWlth SeaboardAir.:
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Churchpeople ; remarkable are]1 and loc "
term rter II.
'Mt Zloi Baptist: begin I to < of twenty-five (25) years and for D .de Count ineRailway 1
tion boundary'lfnes.vhlie the ;
of Its commencement of its corporate eBtence
build 4|nel church fore very lomIt 'J I < In ChantAl!).
willftte *I| "dandy. tjbey say 3WB*'U 12 miles wide and 12 miles Jong -Bank of By Blscaya*. a Corporation ,
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: ) It.; contains, on account of Its shape, 01 jj\' ARTICLE:V. I Complauwa vs., Stuart H. Hale, De- Wed -'
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Mr 1 J. J. HuM's mules can 11110 square miles, and not 144, as one The' business of j this,Company.shall, endant. : ug '
'_tery :lfr breaking on j of hi* legs y'terday light suppose.' Eighty-two squa r be! 'Conducted by a President a Vie' Order of Publication. L' -

t : have not resident. Secretary,, Treasurer ando cation of the I .
He w It occurred we dies of the Incorporated terrltoi' Upon mppl comp

.been }e to lean.Powers onslst of'land, and 28 square mites teneral Managerand[ by such'other b1 its sollc ton,' Patterson ft I E:wh Train I to leaie r Jai bODtaIe at''ff ..30 a. m. "": :

; are covered with'water."' ifflcers i agent or/ employees, *.,m&1 It appearlnf from the affidavit of W. .,

i' 'Pro the furniture mat. The aggregate leb&tL: of the ,b.'IUIJ- row' time to time{be appointed by the 7.,Erwln me'of the maid *olldtorit .

''broa& In I another" n< line of feral- try lines Is 44 miles the];: norther, Board of Director I The office of Sec said coi tplainant that thejrefenint iarannh tickets good returning by regular train on or'before Sept: 2nd

-.me li i',in' the. afternoon yesterdajilnc oundary being 12 miles, and th4 eas ret u7 I and Treasurer, at the dlscretlet Stuart' IL Hale, ha been. ; shies Columbia'tickets' 'good returning by regular'trains on or:before Sept. 3d

"Be,is' qUli.-jd; business.' em boundary 12 miles,'while the inaln the Board of Directors, may be fined ro-n the unty for, mot than slit :.
ii I bJ' one and the dame person. The next preceding the 'appllcatlc :iFROI .
I:1.I r Une on the'west extends' In a soul! 1 days .TICKETS :SOLD 'JACKSONVILLE ONLY
M'r'Bamnel Donnelly, of 626 Secon'yhol isterly direction Just outside the amen of the Officer and Director' for this ord sr of publication and that ,., -

:' street. I has been vjlsitlng nptln the lain of Islands enclosing Estero Bay sh.q consist of three' members matockholders. the residence'of said Stuart'H.J!Hals' I I i'' '"
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State tor tjfw days turned last Sal- -Estero Island and Big Hickory anal .' who, are to. conduct ffiuslpess unknOwn and that there line II8J'IOItIn O. A. Mcponald, j j it I ; ;
untO thoilected Assistant Gen. Pass. Agent : .. S. C. Bovtston, Jr.3acksonvilleYi .'
.arda,. Ittle Hickory Islands.Portions' of of the corporation the State the service of a subpoen "
at the first election shall bnaiifed whom would bind the /j i Pass. Agt.
r four.townships are Involved UT'fai ; lu chancery pon a If' .
..... Kr. AlArmwood a student- of the u[ of the* land of the'four to1l"lUlhipaexeept are: j; aatd.defen 'Stuart Hi Hale; anel K 4f

f and n aocompllshe.meehsc about,700 acres at: the head of i Junes T. Sander*,,President, that.the sail Stuart H. Hale Is a peIIoson

has been In lIsposeA for.*ei- steno river and 10 square mUta alma ,WJ r a Gmmllng.| VIce-Presldent: of over twenty-one year of age.'' I.

feral day* anrey creek.Estero J.H;;; Tatum Secretary and Treason It I* therefore ordered that the aaJd

> : i i extends to the west within Andl James T. Sanders W. S. Gramllr tnart H. : lale be'Id Is hereby re:' :

Dr. ? A Butler, th senior doctor in i I flTe miles of Punta Rassa; It' Is 1 10 and II.:,H. Tatanff shall constitute tttoard I aired to appear to the Bin of COBlalnt -

toloredj .towu. U still -attending Mr miles from Fort Myers to* the northernundary of Directors untO said electloihe pl 'flledj In the said 'caDMI"*on ;or

s Emel .Jones, who not Improvln of E tero. and 14 miles fromIta ]Officers and Board of Director or efore Monday;the 3rd day of bctobe: tI n Rates. 5

very --1 t southern .boundary line jto Naple : aatd corporation shall be elected at the) A. D.: 1904, Otherwise the allegations ot U, .

-* bout l:one-thirty-sixth of 'be 'imtli rst annual meeting of the stockboldersand said bill w ill be taken a* confessed bl, oJ '

.Mras.<* W.' ,Brown proving herself rrftory of Lee county'nes pn the coi- ,!' at each annual .meeting: of the tbe.aald. defendant.1 1 1It | '., 1.. ,;1l,
equal[to the tMlt.lu lanagiag colore! rate limits of Estero. the area of tockholders thereafter.; The first ai- Is further ordered that'thll order vYt" :'

? 'Town!Bargain Housej In'lbeabeeno, hich Is nearly,twice' u much as tbe nuat meeting of the stockholders, 'and be'ubllih once ai week for eight eon. .. j

,4)f he hubancL .i. Dlltrict( of Columbia Of the land territory each''annual meeting thereafter'shale scutlve w(jek* In '"The Miami'j JMetroi) The people<< Dade Cou ty will IJ want all the news"

t 1 I involved the'lCoreshan Unltr held-at the-office of the Company on Its" m n wspaper' published! In*thec this year as.it is to because an .interesting one be- ':

'Vrv Nithanlel Mojris, of Tamps' i TOS-about obe-etghtti, or In,all 7M le27th[ day of August aunty' 'of- ads and State of lPlorlde I of the election

is. 'one'df! the best cl'makers in the I acres;or eleven square mules |1/{/. ARTICLE Vt Dated th Is 8th ,day of.August A., IXCt .....*-i. j
state Witt Qpen np a Buckeye factory In I I" The people of Estero proper are very The highest amount of indRhtedneihich I 905 '

...-- i -.",..'.;-:..., ,I I much pleased 'with the character of this Company may at any Um ( ), | E,. C. DTLARBOBN.; Stale and
I I Nation
I .... ,' -ticket eelected. The repp.sent& abject itself :shall not exceed the I Circuit ,
., <4( urJOu 'bJibI11ftI ( Sear; V., Clerk of the ,
1. D. J4 ,neon, } } re men'of Estero are'tobe placed In mount of ate capital stock., Court 'in'add for Dad County!,-Flor-r .. Gounty'j
msa of ourrtown.' ha i claarce of the new municipality: May \>> ARTICLE VII. \

been ttroun 1 for, reel data., We'' or Charles Addison 'Crave*; Clerl:, The f names and residence of the li- IdL ., .. ....
hope {'I' l1 spcj'Mr recover.j : enry D. Silverfriend; Marsha(. Chi., rporatpn of this Company and the attertol ft Erwin' i' ,.. The :MetropolisHas

H. Hunt;'and nine aldermen John s. amount of apltal'stock subscribed b,,. Soda ra'i for Complainantit ,t
Mt4! ilam" or urgent, W.'Roes Wallace,!Thomas I", r1 '
: it i offersuch
nth are u follow: perfected arrangeme nts whereby can ::

'..,: COS !.1G, who hi 1'8 been vlsltlm GraJ'j James H. Bnbbett Moses <.. James,,T. Sander (Seal)','-of Miami, 'I t i MASTERS SALE. > : attractIve rate- for various newspapers ..
... relatHviM jln .Gatnesvlllltwo' for the Us. 'eaver. George W. Hunt. RoPtaray 'W. 'v' .
FJ.I.\ shares.
ten _.
that there shol'14 be no excuse for remaining "
' homejeaterdaJ' Elum C. Miles, and Samuel! Ai '.. people
Weeks, returnadj ; W. S. Gramling (Seal), of Miami Fla.tel .
fc.. 'nornJag to the-delight of their man;] our-they being chosen to serve (IDeand i share Under! ind by Time of m: de- in ignoranc : aslto] the happenings of

two years'as determined by loLW. ; \ tj. ee of! foreclosure and sale Issue the ,
:trt Fla"share4 year. j
<< H. Tatum (Seal), of Miami .
'. Row Wallace; ,was elected prestdcr t of the Circuit Court of the SeventlidldaIOrcult r ,;;'t!

"". ..-,' JItX of the bond *. -* | of Florida, in, .d for ..-. -
; Nj! L. Jackson, the third u- S Lite jot Florida; ... ,
school. hsnow The Mat of the new towu'my not h ode coun y, In a cause thereligpendg -
rsistas teacher In th| of Dade. '
A. Winite Ithout Interest The outer circle cot: onnty } ; wherein; J. A. fobbing mnd'lt: W. RATjES:
[teaching in the old 6n personally appeared'bet ,
: this day
; of I I 1;
number talnl'the words; "Town Esteo obblns'Ms wife, are complainant
She has a oniterreally W. S. Gram
E.C| James T. Sanders .J
: prcl
re me
t C aunty Florida The emblem of, th ,. and E. C. 1 Anler aDd-Fannie H. Lanlei.
Ran ttud- Instruct motje than she. cm: seal consists of rising inn', and coats. Unlr and persons J.H-Tatum described to me In well, and.know:who) hll wife; :'V. N. Johnson, the! Bank of The Daily Metropolis "
.. : 1C&1Ie;,in the foreground Is the repw Ba1' Blaca; rms, m corporauonj.Lucy,J, '0. Year
e ,.. It thelrj [names to the for- V
ntatlon of m ,swan symbolizing' 11ortallty. Utthe JohnlOQ. William D. Hughes; dolntslnesa and,
corn Travelers'i lome Restaurant SUrrollDdlng'the. picture ,1 II I Articles of Incorporation of. is 'Hughes & Company, and< $10.00
Gland Third street Meal I and did set '
Medical Company Daily l U ion .
Ave. a laurel "wreath at the top Is a six tbe santo l pan and Trust Company. mes=
'r a' at all hour Carrie* a t1ne line of Bunted star; and encircling ,betwee I err111 acknowledge,that they,execute a corporal(lon, are defenaatd the tin; ,. .

, cigars, such as While Knight Crania, the star and the rising sun} la the'mot IB.. same!for the purposes- .and/use. jralged.l paster,In chancery' will sell, Semi-Weekly. T mes-Union 15.50
J Jwiiuind '
Hale, ,
SpanlBora.\ Nathan Whtppoor thl.>reln exvressed. '
Star City. 9
torbe Guiding at; public uctlon, in front of the Cour
Steel TraP. etc: Writing paper witness"whereof. I harp hereontmy I '
The.legal work of the Incorporatio n [oust drat< "Miami Florida, 'duringthe Weekly tropolis'w th ,Semi-Weekly Times-
UmpsT and envelope, pipes of > and'official i seal, this Mt
i; tam band '
; of' Esters wu undertaken some Ie legal t ours of sale on the first Mon '
,. ,mil Ulnd*. J. H. Howard, Prop. complete d 'of August J... D.'1904. Union -' .- :- $=,00 <
: and successfully y the saine
now 6ct beIng
a;;o. darln ober:A.D. 1904( -
":'. JL, JT ESTERO.. by Mr. ,Frank C. Alderman, of For S. M. TATUM. the th rd day of said month;to th With Atlanta.Journal twice week $2.25
THE INCORPORAT ON OF yersj who had .everything In read]I. ( Notary Pupllc State at Large. for cash, the '
ighestj\ id brat bidder { PalmBeafchNews
j; With Weekly !1- $2.00
r I :ass for correct "proceedings of; tt, ).{ commission expires{ Feb. 9, 190r owing described real estate of th > 'I' .
i iAwarding' :
tleetlon. Mi. ---- '
tf1IF and at.the Ummppoi I invention and for the 'T" and Fanni
to plar >fendar ,' E.,c.:; Lanl r. .
; beame a municipal. Iderman expresses the opinion thai ENNIE -PARRISH. ]' Johnson, .' I '
Eatero W.
pte4_ H i, Lanler his wife and Nj
I Ity'fc ibrmcing vasUr, more 'ana thai I from legal points ,of view, that th 1'Stenowrapher,and Typewrite! ., 1yIDg and being in* the tout)'.of Dad Old, subscribers must pa .all, back dues before they

wast Over before boi nded by the line I great Men fever embraced In,a nriwa r Court.Rrponin Tracker of TVpo Sbortlialid itiu.a.dtaaifo'4wort. Oflicr13n and State )f Florida or so mn<$ thereo can take advantage of hese offers ; and cash

of a|, tew)town or city. On Septembe. t or city. In the'world. Is destine.I I : >4 vote D.orrr Bank of Pl.c .rii e ,. \ may Tx sufficient to satisfy said deree .. in 'advance must si ccompany all :[orders for

1, a i irdlnc to not! ported and pub. to i attract much attention among leg I liars to:(n-tq Urt& aid".}:ni,to .:ro. and < osta of sale, towlt:! these combinations! '
and 4u suet with thtat I iblications throughout the work 1 lteaidesca :1 Snare 01 '. :,.
k lisp N acct L Lot Tw Ire (12) and the west half '
i es |of the 8U te. the municlpa I \\1th Its mention,.wU go the credit fare $ 1I tthlr n (13); of block thlrty-elgh ; ; ADpRESS
eon entlbn"of, : the najority of the rag' successful,legal work jto the ( : ; labor' of Miami,Flor.
l' To ill: FrltndsofDrntPlMd .[ (18); nort 1.-of the city... '
tate <'i voter In thli part of the count;;r 1ar.Fort Myers'attorney. ,|: I I Ida. acooi ding to' a map of !said city,

'' iras : ieldj In the itoi e of the KoreshaiCnlfcjj I Already news and details of the! Iirporatlon We' respectfully ,request 'that'tupon made bl'L.I :nowlton.! C. E, and rerded MiamIMetropolis. e
L at Estero.. .Sveh action WM Ink > and of the'ebaraeur :5 1 entering any' store to > In the Office*of the Clerk of thi

kk 'en *J made It poesl ale to. legally hole: government 'of! the new" munld 1 make a purchase you kindly { in and for Dade county, .

am *ectlpn, at whi h, the question or' duty; are much IOIIrbt'after t>yth, .; ask'the clerk to show you his -j 4 oJI
; ,
the!teorporaUon[ w a voted upon ani:I da1l1 press reporters, associations! ah I Union Card. I '
otth The'reportorlah; staff of thoreshan 'LocAL 779. 'l'I'Ulti H. F. ATKINSON
card d; caner whlci the officers ireaus. Master it. cb neel'J'., ::
nctowa eel ted. Unity U pow busy meeUn, 1 I Retail Clerks' International J '
Inasmuch as the posed Incorporattosi '. tbe dem::' d.-'Verttalo" In Fort. Myer" !, Protective ({Association. Miami. J Erwin fso'Id

jot.Estero has become BO wide;r," ress-; IIII 'I -1 I'IL ( for e. Complainant' .:,.. .*

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Ii I ISo.JJ. .i i

-t .. I -
heb Section i4."Artidr m.of the'Coast}. .Pity till. man,.who.has.notcr experienced -

R Jilwav c' ; R. S.. 'WILSON ration of the State ot Flcvlda to hereby (, the Joy of -1Di'&D a4U

I I Em: Cmn XAT 29,19K.( : amended so u to read' : u follows: "make good. There la more I.. It

Section 24.'Tb.leglatatore Than establish than the l.financial benefit(Un.-. U the

Drlty Bari. 0.1S NmthadWaat o.U Contractor .and. ,Bui Ider a' uniform' system or'county exultatlo L*.that belongs to those who

r actau vnl.. eta ay eTSp L Y ac vIli FU__Softy 765 .l government It cabal divide munldpei- do. thlngione.of the greates' joys of
TJesup .2.-aoRi 1O&3p L.Jesup. _, .I. ...... loB, I'top '. > .
corn Lv 8araub- -.-,- ... -ea Ry b ax Ar Moo..Oa....x. .80R,I aouaIS 1' ::. tUes Into classes of not more than four Itumanlt) .
VA,Columbla-, .. ... -.80.Ry I_ Ar.AUantaOa._.. :_._BoK, ... ....
ArCkaiIo.,_ .. ..aaRysea Ar Borne, tilAr loR" j, on the basis of population; It shall provide
r Ar G- _. _. ..-aaxy'" 1250p Dallon,Ga_ _..._.,...-SoRyv.SoKr 7a a .. 'for the retncorporatlon ot each The Pt lad lPhla Record say>'The
._... 11 At CbaUa ___ ,
80. R
.r Da.'t1IIe '
j.- Ar 1aaawqTc.a;: .....ZZQC I UOp NOVELTY WORKS now existing municipality for the total. for Ign trade'of Canada In the .
/ ......... ... ,
Ar Cincinnati.Ohio. Q.C 740pllOa )
Ar IUehooi .. .. -se. S 42p incorporation of each last fiac il 'rear''' amounted to about$473,000'C
I I __ b Cincinnati,o-lgPonr' glopArco Builder of 'floe residences a' Specialty.home } hereafter Incorporated '
> .IlL.Bliroar ; 30 In value, an increase of
.... cup rda ,municipality Into one of such'
t-..._. --110. It, .IOp LY.C111eIDDaU.U.paLl_ sup i\ nearly $6,000,000 over the former f a
.. _.?;:,80. / '!lOp ArChleairn" 111 H Pa Linn, vela for toorUtd, ..Ia_ blocky la fact. In classes and no law.relating to the creation .rear.
aaythln 11
Ara.y.rw..1 _r It U III, Lv CU.aauati.U_ tJ Ii .. 11 :..i..... balldtag floeA.yode government of Wheat ports show a decline from 1
_- P R a1s. ArCble111. .... ._ ._. .. CHfcllcHb I r eoitttemplatt.gbaiwbg! world do well to coaaalt m. In rr| ird to plant aid powers any 33.000.00d bushels to 1903 to' 1Ltalo. 1
? o00
F ,. .:...:, ..=P k I / L*Claclunati, Uka .... ... apeei.catioda. Being nenbrr. of The B.iWer.Eachug. and eaiploylng.otbi... municipality or number of'municipal
I _. C H II D h 110. *ot TJnloa a ea, I car ...ra.tee BolabortronblMo my work. Look re write In 1904,:Jl1e same experience only-la
limited." ArToled..O -- -rS Up or me (ties less than the'wllole of class
WuknJKoa! and norlda -t.. ,.. ..__ I II I a '
.. r ,
Daily Pullman Owing Bom.:Bleealag CAr. Ar DetroI'Itlcb J! O.. ............ IPmlW.0 H" D SHpAr r6. ... ... .. . . .j. . .... . .... .' shall'be valid.Section lesser*decree'as ? that of the United.
Cincinnati. -; States..
i Jaekao.rtlletoNeiYore. PMUburg.Pa_.... -.. ..: raUnd' t Ora JLLWalbrS. .1' 'f The) total exports declined from
J ..... ..Big Four .lop I, Article VIII of the Constltntlon $$214.000.000 'to ( ). while, the
.J 'raroa'lI"1'_ Land ofSk,." Ira s.0 Ar LvCloclnnatt.0 CleTelaud. 0..-.'',.. ."... ........ Big Four ...... l of.the State of Florida Is hereby Imports ncreaaed$198OpO.X from f24OOQOOO! () to.

+ ...---'_ .as 1 y ap Ar Lerlntton Louisville., KyAr --y_":'-':' ._Ho By 6 a OroJ.ekao.riu. JOp. repealed. $243,000.( DO. :The chief increase of Imports -
.."lawuab.G.-: "":_, __ ...tlo By lgr6a bt. ..._._.1.)1 0 __'.- .. .SoRt 7 A '
$ all ...o.y 6 OQ> rotes cast In compliance with waa tD dutiable articles. These
C Dads
'. Ar Aabevlllr. N.CJ '-';......e I bop No. .*--TY. Florida Llmlk4." DDlIJ'' rue : County t AbstractCoSEWELL said proposed amendments the returns-1- ufflciently Indicate the Importance
ArHdaprIup.It. .. = J--So. r *87p rntlbalcd train,thronib onaxhea and Pullman ;
}j .
Ar Kaoxvtlte, ......., ._..r0.nv *00p Slerplng Can JackKWTlUe to Sem Yori. canvass } declarations and returns of Granada In the worlds trade 4
_. Sea a, saoa
Ar LooUriUe.ArStLoolt....T.Di1--!- --'-- So.X, aMp l { thereof 1 &Jl.be subjected to the came and the rlado&'bf reciprocal fire trade

s.f ArO.etnaet NaH-Daily. I.._.._UravlngBporaJackear_ .._Q 11,0; life lid NORTHWEST. I I'o.U' regulations and! restrictions as are pro- between the' United States' and Its .

r, IBreast e Sleeping Cai between .. -.ad LylockooD..IU..F1a.JSolir" T S6P vided by law for.general elections.lathe Northen nelg bor."
__.80a, I0 cap k. i
a.LoaIL' 1..JeMtpGa ,..; SEWELL BUILDING MIA ,. State of Florida.In .
Ar Maoon, Ua_ _'_ .80 ky a roe II, FLA
Atlanta.Ua- .+_fAr ,: .+.IaRy sao. 1 -
-: I
Anniuuu.Ala .-____. -IaRy ,404 testimony whereof. have hereunto DEATH PENALTY.
World's Fall Cults ToLouis. Ar Birmingham..TeDD Ala_.-.....--FrIaoO- 110 11, taosp 'MesLL'I I ;Furnishes accurate and complete Ab- set my hand and affixed the,great -
., Ar lIe.plol. I
Ar sr.....('II Mil. .. Frt_ a*wr 'Rtracts- Searches ,of Tit e to any seal of the State of Florida! at Tallahassee
Sale U w---.J: I I gland in County. We.own complete' A little thin] sometimes results is
: HoiJoQWaib.lngum.etF. t :the capital this the first day of
: E.Abstract Books of all the [and Rt death. Thus, a mere scratch teal
% )o..U.ry "Tbe.FloriOa Llmiiad.- I \ August A. D. 190. ,
cords of
.. ..... Dade County :.:.; : : : : : : nlflcant '
1 cuts or puny bolls, hare paid
Sec aad 'rrea J (L. a) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. '

t ry I Alf*! ATiIACK8OSVlLLI:' I.J a I f ..-J Secretary of State. the ,death. penalty.. It.. wise- to haws.

F wa New Yor,' .-No.""Waahtugtoa : -- BucklenArnie Salve ever handy.It's .
p4 .. [ aa4"orI4.Llmll""t":2I"1 ,
.-110.1 }
From CItJ<:uoi'' KiItDaU.( -
f.'t Fr_ _Clty Yen pbla, am"C-'"'', I. CURES SCIATICA. -.the [best salve on earth and win
Uhlulttaa.ddbddaumtted"r9Sa.H.Rcnnd Oa. H .
rr.a CladnnaU,AshevUla. tea.Na4 .MEYERS when Burns
prevent (fatality Sores,
Trip Bnnjmer Touriit Tickets now ca sale.r .' + i Rev. L. W. Riley L." I* D. Cuba' Ulcers: and Piles threaten.. Only:2Sv

: >'.J. C. LU3D Oiftriet futuf a. Arot1 -W. -Bay 8t-,*Jacks6nrill 4ria." C 'o traetitig, 'Electrician: of New.exrncfatlng York, writes pain: 'from"After sciatic Ofleeu rheumatism ..days- at aU'djngglsta.} _.I I

--W. ]I.TAYLOB:G..p. L_
( C. U. AODI1'. .G.. x. ( under various treatments,'I-was '

;:i;.' 'v. ]I. H ARDWIIC' t,' .p. T. K. BROOKS MOEQAir AOPA.I It .j I L; ,, .1!i I Launch Supplies I 'induced to try Ballard Snow'Lini' TWO! IS BETTER TEAM OKI.a _

l Batteries. Spark Coils. Etc. ment; tie first application giving my Bere'i pointer for; the MmorousToa .., .
I 1 first relief,and the secoad entire relief. readers! want to save moses
t S"E 1113'JLvnue C Miami, Florida. Write for prices j! I can give It unqualified recommendation. and we now bow to help you Wa r

,! ABO A. R D : 2fe, EOc. and fj.00. Bold by can the pne Ox ty of M one JOG paper pal a little and get more the tha tv" I

I ;; I Red Cross Pharmacy .wad*. -The of..the Pall
: I ELECTION NOTICE.' of the county In which the court established j yon Times4 nioo and price Citlsen.hu recratl}
(Con.tinned ; pasthree..) ar and shaUJhold\ office for four > FOR THE ADVERTISER.Some been reduced, to .the following prijaj, .- 1"-
If ineRathyay: : years and his compensation shall be Tbrer months....'. ...-r...;.. 11 --
I shall fixed by.: law. The nerlff of the county who reads this : rilx months.......... ........... ,s co...,',-- :f
who hold his once for four years. shall. be one' paper will Oat je.r......................, .,0f*"
FOR. f The annual salary of the jfudge of said the executive officer of said !find your ad the'most Interesting.acid We propose to send yoa' both> the j
( : court; his duties and fees shall be fix: Important thlA 111 It ?. A
courts shall! be : and Times-Union anti
paid,quarterly b1 thecounty Daily Sunday y '
? ',Savannah ;Colum ia, Camden, Southern Pines where such court is established, ed by Iaw. I -" Citizen .nd.'II. MmoroLit for: ?

Baltimore tied. "Section of Articleiv of the Constitution The advantage of 'selltii* 'I Is what Six 1D01i' ............... ...',....1 t Jt.' _
If, Raleigh Richmo WashiQRton, shall tx as follows: In counties of of the State Florida la to the Oae year........... .....;........ ,I.
.. less than'fu teen,thousand of hereby appears. bargain hunter. E
;':, Philadelphia NewlYork.Express ,; population, v' ;. We will send you the Seml-Weekr/r '
; d' tP ebnnties' amended so as to read aa. follows: 1 rimes-Union and Citizen '-
: one thonsai dollars; of : and 'h( -
Section 31.' All roles of practice Advertising Is the '
I from fifteen thousand to Jmirty thousand guT means through llaTKorpus. i
Two Elegant'Trains Daily.: ; population,;sixteen hundred dollars eralng the circuit curt shall be applicable which the wants of one are'"upplled Six months for.....,.......... \.1 \Oti ,
c to.the courts <>f record. Change) from the stockof another.' One q*'&))".,; ,............... 'Si ts t-
Se Mail ; lA counties of froantntrqr thousand L ? '. Seaboard ; board of venue inaq be h id from'.one the
: court
( '
I to forty-five thonsai d population < price daily yoa gf>t two +
d dollars 11 counties of of record: to anbthei court of record o; .Some merchantslack' le originality' and for lftycnt. more than the nag t I
': Modern'l Pullman Equipment: i more to. the circuit court of another county but they ntfike up In*a wise 'ectlonof ular pri e of the )(n.oPOul.loa get '
/ forty-fire thoi sand population the Sen '
I I-Weekly Times-Union art
the Others
I for the under to boom their
same cauans, and thej
twentyj-four hnndre< dollars; and Citizen and the Farm and FrnJ-
::0 y rIEopratia I'I'I all crtnWal courts of recc rd now established laws,provdlng for.c ranging the venue -own business Vf t Grower' .
: J .j f from he circuit coui t of one county to Send jour unbacriptiona to ua. C4a>.
rolgk ap.rstrom JidBonrilla tojei0rleins.|( fin .this state 'ahi U,, upon the the circuit court of eount$.The Counting the cost is not,the gre tnecessity' in,advance always at these price. t
r } tV I. adoption:of I this'amend, Bent, become smother 4. Mrraoroua,.
r Governor In bis advertfslng.The great ,
I.i s' may. dlscretlonordethe Miami Fit
I t and be) courts of record i herein pro point 1'In returns.!:! '., ,
circuit Judge' ha' counting: .
< tt".h ring jnrsdlction ot
P" For full infi aSjniticn! add i deeper rpserVationi, call'on> any agent of tilt vided. -'officers of uch criminal the''circuit court < f'any county ,to '"

J -Seaboard write oourtajof such courts record,! ud '4''g hall > ;officers the'duties-of holds special tern f a court of recOrd :-.Be ready'. for business and let people" \White\ lEa Bather. Shoes
know *
: of such county, for he purpose of tryf : you are. ready :
t [ and ,received. the emoluments of.such *, Fonr Chairs.No
t .McBDilHELt ku i PASS, ut' Jacksoaiillc Fla tag such vases In hick thee of X f s Waiting:
until,the expiration of their present the' court of'record shall be disqualified. Good advertising'ts r-goodYray: to Best Service in the City:

C.. BOYLSTON.. Jr.. Pass.. Agt.. 'I'It terme:CIon office 25: of; .Article_ V of the CoMCtuuon10f 'Parties. to anj- cause at. law' In a I get., ,people- Interested 'n a good,.tock. A.CC. !LBY.; .r Proprietor. '

court of record shi II have the same 303 Twelfth .
I I the State of Florida Is herey If you talk:. about the other fellow .

.".._.' .. ...I.I. . .I.. . ... . ... .. .'. ,. . .!. \) amended toas'to.rea.( ,r follows1: right to trial by Judges. ad lltem or by I,in your advertising people may*won
Section 25. The court' if record shall referees as may exls ;under the,Constitution der what he said to stir you 'up.-they '
I. : 'or the law i In. reference t look hls'- GL DOING RATES: '
F.WvHAMN hare dvp.nlslng
j. j ezclnsl e. Juriadlctli n of aU criminal may even up to _
t ] .In clrcult ts, If the
: cues: not capital wt Ich shall arise CUeI cou or may. find out.. And you,don't want them to

I "'Xfbhite.t and Builder In saM county; and of a at cases at law., Judge .o(the' court of-record:be.d14qualified do that. ..
: transfer U to the 'elr-
<< .: : e cause S.
i In which: till ,demand c, o ; .value of the '
cult court of.the may In which such END OF BITTER FIGHT.- ,
I I(noW'.hue n tny'emplov one of the best property does not exceed one thousand -
I.: 4jJ draftsman- n the South/ and am better dolJ..n. and concurrent .with the circuit court of record may be. J "Two physicians had a long" and fou can save money '
for. Section 32 of Artie le V of the Constitution stnborn fight with an abscess >y subscribing! [for ....
prepared tl an ever furnishing plus court, shall hare e elusive jurlsdictiofi I my ;
.. I details tor good buildings fine cabi-. I of P oceedlngs r slatlve to for- of,the State c t Florida Is hereb right .lung." writes J.' ,F. ,Hughes,'ofDnPoat he.papers!. you want

..- land work e Co. 1 am now headquarters<<: .\ cible entry tnd unlawqil detainer of amended so as' to re id as follows:, 'j ,Ga. "and gave me up., Everybody ., rIIROUGII

11:' tiff turned iro'rk, scroll'sawing and all lands and tenements' I Section 32 Court of record snail be ; thought my time had comes :
1 I: work usi 1 ly done in a, FIRST CLASS I abolished by the let stature only
Section 26 of Article VJ,of the Constitution upon \ a last resort I tried Dr. King's New TIIE -.
_. planing milL'I I of the!State of Fl 'rids la hereby a petition of a maj >rltr- of the regli$- Discovery. for Consumption. .The benefit -

,,: and wln- I tend voters of toe i onaty, where neb I received was striking and I was
'Send! as your order for, amended so as to read .. follows: etropolis
: dowlfra.ms.' ballusters brackets etc. Section'26.. There'shsjll be six terms court Is established! I on 'my feet n a few cloys. Now' I'veentirely'regained
r il ; I conquers
of. the court of record: :In each year. ARTICLE XXVH. my
f, .' and BJconvin' ed m AMIFLA!. ,.Section 21 af Article. \ I''of the Constitution ;That j the' follow g amendments to< : all CoughsColds. and Throat

F/ 41t... ......+.. ...+.-.... ......TTTTT ..... of the!State of Fl>rids Li hereby Section 20. Article nl, and Section I'. and Lung troubles. Guaranteed by all v '

amended so to read a t follows: Article Ili,and ,the -epeal of Section I druggists. Price We.: and ttOO. Trial We can give you

i '----a Section 27 f There sh Ill' be for each- of Article'VTII of t le Constitution 01! ,bottles free.. the Daily Tim .. ..

&$ : court of recc rd I a prosec iting attorney the State of Florida be, and ere hereby .-__. Union'and"DailyMETROPOLIS

L Ar QuQ.oing.to Build? to be named the count ; ;'solicitor, who: 'agreed.to' and sh ill be. submitted to NOTICE.In for* '

shall be .appointed by the Governorand the electors, f the tate at the general $lO' >0a year or
the Circuit-Court, Seventh Judicial 1
I confirm*d by the s nate.. and who election to be hell in November A. both for 6 monthsfor
" YOU NEED BUILD. MA TER- Circuit of Florida, in and for Dade.
"r & .. IFS OR. IF ; shall hold. eBce for f our: |years.ompensatlo .. ;His D., 1904. to-wit: County 'I. five dollars..

F ANY KIND, you ,should not fail to see -, !i shall be Ixed by law. Section'20,'Article III,ot the Constitution To Whom: it. May Concern, : ,

Section 28 f of Article of tn. Constitution of the State o Florida Is. hereby+ Take'n'otlce it Is- a't
: What my
f 'i1 CDONALD ft: GO of the sate of F brida is,hereby amended so as to re die follows: .r{ apply 'to'; the Honorable Minor 8. "

; ." amended'so te to read M .follows: Section 20. The It glslature shall not Jones Judge of. the Circuit Court'of

Section 2S. AU-olfenl s Viable In the pass special or local laws In any of the the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, The DailyMetropolis y -

r Dealer!. t imber.:' Latjhs.. SHUiJles' "..'.,...,Cnslnzs, Brick,1' courts.. of..recor; Shall: l! prosecuted following enumerate 1 cases; that Is ko for an'order for the.adoption of a cer- .

Llai..c ..OU,PlasterHalrEtc.. Yards and officeAve l> and 14th 8t.r upon Inform itlon' nndel hosU>, and may say.;' regulating th< Jurisdiction a+d tain minor chilli! towitl Alvin B. Jef- .v

F tree WWWWW- be filed at any, time, w! ;therthe court duties of any class! of officers,'or fpr freys, That said application will be \ '

r a i f. Is 'In ,session or, not, b; i the. county; ea 1 the punishment 'of crime' or misdemeanor !trade on Monday, the third day of October f !

t I J licltor, but the grand ;ury of the circuit -i ;.except_for he enforcement jofjpeclal A. D. 190>4, at ten o'clock in the .

At antic Coast Line.. court fo the'eonn I in whlct said:' local laws re plating the prgot'ce ill

t, court of recc' rd Is held! mat Indict for: of courts of Jus Ice;'providing for Conn-el v, .

I offenses tria le In'the''onrt of record. i changing venue of rivll and criminal (Signed)' L. A. OSBORN Applicant,. :. ,

\ Iii&; Quickest'line, most excellent sterna North. East and West via Upon"/the'tiding, of I ich' indictment'leases; granting divo ces' ; changing tie ': "' ,1rlaftil Fla. I S.I I iYeeki'TimesUnion)

ATLANTIC JCX AST'LIN I5f. The Famous, New York and Florida Special the circuit Judge shall commit or bail aames- of:persons vacating roads; A.-E. HEYSER,"' '; '

F(rj Wf solid PuHmai/ |* train of Compartment' Sleeping Dining and Observation Cars, the accused for trial In he court of record Summoning and emp netting grand and 1 Attorney for Applicant)

r -and' the county' lIcltor'ot said petit Juries and p viding for. their This 31 A. D.. 11104.
::'" electric Utftte4A. throachoa f leaves St. Augustine dally exckpt! Sunday at U : August : .
i therein.. 'xnnpensatlpn : for a ses'sment and collection
P.'M. tollowln* day. court shall [immediately file ;;
_. It arrive *' ew,Tort}! ,i5 I
Florida at I Wen Indian Limited 'earrylng Drawing-Rolm. Sleepers and and information based i upon such in1ictmeit.apbli -, of taxes for state and county :SUICIDE PREVENTED.The .

Dining ean.11$! leave .Jackson vine at .IOO.A..1t. dally, arrive New Yale 2:00 which nformatlon the mad? municipal purp seal, "for opening 5.50 a year

.;.' k shal be'tried.Section and conducting elect dons' for state and 'startling announcement that a .
i' p.Jtlpnowlngday.Chicago uB Florida .1.Limited.' 'soUd Pullman train of Sleeper;Dining and 29 of Artlcl V of the Coa- aunty and 'municipal 1 oncers, and for preventive of suicide had been discovered T

M Observation Can. leaves'i#acksonvllle daily at 1:10 A. M, arrive Chicago 4:00 ititntlon {lof the Stat| of Florida Is'o /leslgnatlng: the places'of voting; |tor will Interest many A run down WeeklyMetropolis t
tol- fhe sale I of real estat i belonging to, i, il-. system, or despondency, Invariably
tonowUg-day.. Thli train carries St Louis Sleeper;arriving'St: Louis. hereby amen ded so asvcustd read-as
-' p'.1t. lows :nova, estates of tie cendents, audio? ;?rec de, suicide and something huSeen'
: .
: 1tt5 K.' It. and Semi.
wrsons laboring un der legal dlla }11- that will Weekly
;. Dlzte'F leaves aekionvW.8:05, P.. M. dally carries through Section 29. There sh JI be no county r nd prevent that conlitloj Time Union ,e.
:tiesregaiaung the fees of officers of
which makes suicide
sieerers tio' Chicago: and fK. Louis,' arriving. Chicago: >:1S V., U.' St Louis court In !W'runnt7' ere a court of likely. .At both
State first one at
the or county or muaiclpaliti sWing the thought of self-destruction, year
record la cat bUshed.sect'soo .
fofaowlBg '
1:08 A. H. morptnt. .;. effect to..In ormal or. .invalidrltlmatlzlng Joke Electric Bitters. It being a great
The quickest line toy tour and OB-half hours .to Chlcage. ,. seven hours to 30 of Article of the Constitute deeds, -or wills; le /chU- tonic and acrvine will strengthen the .

,St_txmls. ..tr. hour (o Louisville. I I utlon of th< of Elorids-.hereby dren;' providing" for the adoption of !nerves ud build up'the'system' U'a :Two Dollars.

unended lao,as .to read as follows: children: relieving', nlnors from le ral -vlso III'aret:Stomach, Kidney' andfJvvr

{ .1\J.IaI.: =F- e e ;ervatiQii: : 'Seclon 30.record The clerkl'of the court'of disabilities:; and for the establlshm ent regutotor Oaly'fiOc..:;; Satisfaction .

,PrQm :tly. shah be elected by the electors of ferries. guaranteed by all'drngitta.

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Jl1 D I BAKER COUffVS fATAl fEU) ( /work:, and I that I'. caused the other .. -- -... J I .

i ADDIjjoiu., ,CITY NEWS. <(< Continued from first p..f/ of light.several pe of grips the. Macon Ii dress'players suit CUll were L j ;

,worked'for drenched with'bl ;ud even 'piC : r
that time a Negro who theDuncans '
Geo. Zapf. of,Wait palm Beach is In and mad remarks tare,oft the Jackioavnls team; which ,

the city.Jodajfarranging! 'to go 'into about-not appeared being/able some to'fightsome wu placed by-H ffman ID one of thi : r eee' oe0oooeeoooeeoeee, esoso eeG .
hat wu ru
business bane' st"an early date. one in the negro'car 'because he I' ..
day acts lag to reports, throw :
.did not have a knife. He continued in
Stelnwe and Eme n represent the wu renewed week the Duncan : \
the negro car, and In a few minutes EAT'TWENT-DAY :
best in pl odour.ueh John Duncan. returned with a'gun in and the; pants I[ r" the .other' ilde. "
t ord Piano Co.Mr. Friends of th 'Alt es It I. said, met
his hand. His left arm was' missing
at their house d went to Baxter,
HJ4 Cdlbe will assist Mr.W and "he,only had one, hand to work when i1a' fUIIl Cd occurred betWelD
with but with the,gun In that hand he abd ,
ud another U: tpik gSale.'f1
them W. 'M.I nan
J Ro4era ln th AnthonyRomfhA soon cleared 'his'way down the aisle R duci
fOllnget ion. AI, Duncan was shot
store dunks the able en of Mr. Eugene towards the negro car to assist[ the'ne-' Wt, ,
e Romfh wlid leafs t leht for the markets. groin his[ fighl. 1 through* the y' pa.rof his body ,
twlc0:8I1d..h. eon ,a shot through the "
''"When he reached the car he
hltnd. Dr.-Allen of Fargo,'attended : I.BEGIN: AT.L =, ;
found the negro had been stabbed and
order 4lectrlclan their in'uriee'an, they were said to be r ,
Mr. s. neral
c was about dead, and he began looking : *
of the Rl: tern Unl 'Telegrapl."C., for the man who bad killed the negro. ,getUng i better. "j1t <' l'I >
with headQ.l1artel'l In New York 11 In He accused one of the Almans, "who I hu' been e ted for,sometlme, l w eJ.1; Br, 0 s.. :

tuday euml Inc the fituree, that tb Duncan. would baT, er1oustroublej ,
; the city ,had been raising a rough house all the I ,
etc? 111 h 'Ine:In th toewt once of the way from Jacksonville, and'again there with the neighbors;- but"no c: -L---Lo .

eomPD.1 Tomorro mornlnC Mr was shouting and,fighting,j one e9rdretm! ,that It would rome .. '
about In such a national manner u e '
alll for ,
crowder will on .a TOMORROW '
Duncan accused'young
soon as
7As l ,
the bloody o thc.treln". The Dun.-
Key Wes ud Ha a on ute purposes Altma'n murdering the egro, :the! row ; One Quarter o
k 'ln, havln.g'l't'IIlded'hi ,
cane aSelweli.,
f f fThe fight ,began and knlres'and: pistols[ ug .,l -:
a, Ume. They are ,
Bred b1 the Miami were Immediately flashed. Duncan hit all thatleount as llrne ash t 'na and bave'refused : ( )
phletl 0 I the young man over the head withhis; 5t :
re to be frightened way from that sea t lit -I
tot.jI'ra4e been issued pistol,, and the next minute he' was oi ,: ., e 'LVj
'of sent to Rev. EoV. tion"b threats.f a rougher clallll ,
mad a po ton theqi dropping the gun'and clutching[ his left
dlatfibution. Another TIEp 4ItmaeS ear .said to be quarrelsome i will b'returned '
Blac for I breast with his hand.. He'itaggered .) "
lot wJJI lea( to Stf Urals to be distributed [ rap 'against the stove, calling for hli a :!crowd; :woe, drunk;.and they: Usualljseeka'to b (

a .the Florid\ i headquarters a''t farther, to'get'tbe man wao rat him, and are dangerous "
the exposition.. Part es who have' ordered ,'. Duncan feUto'the-floor! and ai men. he Dun e.ere turpentine. Op- 1 .th' to each customer :
and the a store-at .
jaf eratore operate.
an] these jamphlets are requested he took his[ hand away from the wound .- .
copy Baxter, which la! ear their camp; "
ring In for their ad- l "
tvertlsemef< ) witnesses say his[ heart'was exposed '
at once egreeslv4 ptJnC&DI peaceful ud proTh ( on each ':dollar'sworthi : : 't
Js to view and the'blood gushed over several I .
the Altmul and a
i ,.,. of. the Macon bait players. III I mea.b ( ;
and 'e
'continue .
few others have. is'reported, bad It I e to '
Ihe Chief Engineer ._ ,
Within next fer days car lfA'
fact, the looked as desperate I -
hem'for me time put. TheDuncan
Mrredth an 1 a force of en'gtneers battle had been fought, and it presented ofF i goods

wiio: will mike: a survey of th ed a' horrible 'appeafanc* when .'II.t: :.coma' Jacksonville nearly I : V R
Florida.keys for thu proposed extension reached Its deetla1tluri.. every 1feek, u 1". transact considerable I w a

ot.tlF.E| a Ry.:to Key Weewill h,, "CaP :Duncan'.young Duncan's:' father bu IDeu her. .tit October, they p u re h a s ew
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get away on thtrip.< The part grabbed the7plstol from his .dying: 'Baxt r la a;s : place In'; Baker -'
: t
will go Injthe; large n BW houseboat now son's hand and began'hunting for the county I just .wi ; in the Florida_ line:, ', \0)0' Jduring

being budt'by] the' lailroad company,,, man ..bo.bad 'dealt':the deadly'blow' The principal..Ina, try. Ica the products e=' J-I. ; ; A '- tfte, twenty"e(

and whtcki j 'was lai ched yesterday, The excitement was so great that !It, or" the Lin ,, The Altmanellve-_ : ...
from the1ilJa| adjoining the terminal was Impoulbte't find out."who did the, II' j' I
;dock. Set jiirgent is]the survey work bloody work:, 'and, the men 'were a-11 about two ,tiles from'the place tu 1st.//.days! sale. ..) '
that the engineers wUl not wait for the, struggling, together. Capt. Duncan.IIUt S utdlJ iii a'eb; p excursion was given :.1.. R ,,', .J C '

-' boat to b 'P4.tedof: Qtherwlse.Anlsh grabbed one man, and began beating to t._ Augu De" and there weeueerlj j 1 C) '
ed.. It .Will be tow d by the launch him over the head 'with the pistol, cud : coach : I ofpaesefgel$ from 'r- '. '

Badger anh the, surrey''' work''WlU be, then he dealt him several blows .with.I i find
Buter and au ndtng ,country. W have : "taken ; .
started a.. the north end of Key Largo.: a'knife. I I 5. j just: an Inventory; and 'that.thetStock:
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In the The tm&J1l'1 lOOn w ,they committed ,
be occupied '
Several 'Weeki.W "All the cutting and killing occurred t '
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present" trjpl j In'Florida Just before the (rain crossedthe of other e crime eI.ko CUred roWaIM the cooperation ud de-:- 4 n must; e.: 'reduced ;by at. least '.$5,000 ..to nake/rown'ifor. !/ : our '
line between Crawford and
.. Jupiter, Georgia fled 'the autbo'ea to arrest .them. > :
,Capta [ROSS. ofjth$ yacht Baxter, sod by the time 'the Georgia ,
I declared that they would not be 4 B all Goods- saved : j
They new.r Money
ade. ]
IS ,
Ii 1m receipt of a letter from,CaPt&lD town wss'reached the fighting had their'dead money rr" ; j v a
taken unless lt'' was' x
llalloy, oJith:yacht; !Mystery, which' Is ceased. Two men, had been thrown. .J. ., .
rtYer, stating that he bodies.WriteTo. ,. .. 'p .
berthed p p ott-the train I badly wounded and two 4 : .I -, : '
and HrajkaUoy? wtU arrive here daring had been killed; and It is-said that another -! ( .. '" ,, ,, .
the early-part of next month and another coach 'l : : :
man. .
will at' f>neej 1 renovate and pat other their en- yoVing'Duncan' had.a wife< and 'childj !Buy Buy Now. : .: : Btty, of.. Us ,! :
boat In ;
cp anel' the wife of" the negro was,, allOaboaid "
who will come AT ONCE i owner or )<<"
Utaslastttj l yachtsmen
the train.After the battle the sourbetwee.lkk
dowm doftatg lied month to remain all wails and cries;of the women were *tboto.rbly.oders M,,14111 _;laM Arar D aid the j.;,,

winter ale1 Commodore H. C. Roome,'of heart rendln& and many.of the passen-j- .5 Ban.fiord Must-haj. Price tour .1eeplrR aboa $4,005-to.X005. Save Twenty-five Gents
Commodore Seed aid floor plus to' ,
the yaciitj RoUmer., ;and. gin were'almost prostrated. At Banter pll ,

Hughesof!, the ..Csrs Commodore rails from a fence were torn-down QSBPH HIGISON .
-Roome. will ;probably not b Ing the. and the bodies were shoved and lifted .j i

,Bosmer. n-.town at once I but wl 1 return from the train .OD'.the ]station<< platform J' 1IQfo G.arp.st.s..DiildIiif.xL.e ._... 2' Ju t think U- 25 will :: ;. '-
cent discount
for her I[(in November, after he' has W..14 r terd.f for ous:rear;if yea dd.rat ; ; per > : mean to .
111II to .511.- : -i . f. :
he-will -
niw home, which .
gotten his '"There ware a number of negroes on m- .. ,
t band on'jthe!] wrath' sloe of tl'* river, the,train. and they were returningfrom I G; : ..you.i i i 'buying/goods: ',that'youwill naturally t ieed'any'way.; .-:;

'.well .nnder 7.w .- ,visit to Jacksonville.-- All 20.000PJnuppk
a were i -
w "i. ,. .; .
employed In turpentine camps and sev+ R '
W' 'e' ; "
.. t [EAD'BY : tAHi Yi [.oral were the employes of Capt Dun| a' d .
can.- It is said by some that the'nej SGhs at gate.wRlT i .
machia The i'u1'a' baker he' in Ii trying using gro.was killed by another negro, and. To' -. i t2 Ir 1000.. Remember that,: we 'will,' give, with :.each. dollar's' worth :
that young Duncan was under the 1mpresslon CHESLEY '
4 'r II. A ; !
to ,give| the v!ry best --one', of, the. Altmans 'A1lapattab, Ia., '1 <* : .. .
and eeameat prodnrtsthat'm era tngennlty l a .
goods purchased than at e
: [c M,turn out It sli<|ws that I I.. .
,be' is' | Jtei that)he. is pro Itlng bythe the&H

:r food hlghe!*r tui education,.. and nK a dfscri rdln mating; sanitary -Pier e :trdie, 0 ROUND TRIP ;TICKET '3 TO. THE 'WORLD'S f; *FAIR v -0

pablie si(iws.'Its appreciation I y. givinghlm .

its LL._' .]. TSE, OJ.L I'1 .. 2 Ft: '; : .. .. Ste Louis 'Mo.-r' .z. .

,'Johndough mld b Just Installed ala r' '.' '
and sake mixerand bread R'EI l 'r-+ : f

f_ moulding!; mrtchlne of ie. y, latest! @ '- .
tftrthis new process Mr! Sey- -
caafmaks his! foodstuff a : ) 'oucJBUY' ;; : 1. .
r' much bold bjlther i | ,dluona aijd'at ojtder the Paiiitirig t' f :m.5i1abU.: I ament: : II j':': ; 'J .YOU' AH.ur. _

,. sine time nf himself a lot of nnnec-. .. I Screven'i : Drawers'for .
75c Elastic Seam :
; MIAMI 0 SOME EXCEPTioNS $2 Boys' and Glrbr" School 8hoea160., i
sssry, at. r, fEresperJon f -. !IN 1 ;-- ;
I 60c.25c
woo red ,. ,: ; l : .
has a 1: .50e B( ys School Pant 40e.
r, .knows pf/thi. ( 'amount of woj-k i which Avenue- C. North of First Nati bnal. Banjc .f tTndarwear, she; SOo Underwear, fOe :he. only goods not \ .

r follows[w did method... By [this new r ;i v I I' -; '. $1 Bo -s''School. Pants.. TSe.
.t lthe jnachliery, does of the 5 12 Hats 'or"$1.60. ;'f 3 Hats- for $L25. i included.in this sale are. .

r :mixing id After the dough u risen .. I $1.50 Sh i for:. $1.20., $r Tn nks. 'U5; $10 Trunk $7. 0. .
table' and' ach,loaf \ '.: 'contract'goods that.we .
'tit Is placed km a ( : ,
$5 Su t Cases, "
4s: weighed 7 jben Is fed In a hop- d. 'ondayj $3 Shoei for 12.25; $6 Hanan Shoes for $3.7S. e ,
where It throughpalr the first Saturday un :, are not. allowed) to cut; \
4.50 7 Hanan 8hoestor $5.:5.
per .$ ; | :100 Si toofMea'. Clothing '.:
;- ofollfrs. :aid Is rolled out; It 'WiU.bePllt:

-', then panes|hrough the secon id pair of e zOo. Pal )Ien'.. Boys'. Ladles' and SIetSOIIlbtS. Haws Hat on i Bargain Counter: and sold tore .
e niters Ud'1s redu d toi. th'Inner and I .-' our lesi
Show New
I Chldrn's! on Bargain York Cost
the Qweo Quality Shoes.' 4,Kerafc.( .
wider ahlet.i, Whet the loaf I : ... I' I
I Counters togO regardless of ,Cost ,, '
: bottom Jpalr| Jt. Ikes a flu[ed roller BarathbaSAT l' '': 14 Su ts Mixed": Goods, former pries $a .

and 1s p ought bsv k "against smooth e $6'.Mackintoshes to go at..$1X0$13-" ... I .and $$. to go for $3.$ .
roller *f hlch- turns the end u causing *' o
a It to rip rfHo a piral rolL It then I 4 4'CQIL 'Mackintoshes' S9. 1: 17 Su its Men's Fancy Worsted,.prices;
drops between th compression plated f' ;THE, CHANCE '! .
$L25 U brellas, 93c' $2 Umbrellw, $10:to 1%, .
Wflrevolvln drum'sad! rolled I O' .. : '* $ to go for $5,5g. .

,' cud'dliriarged or table and) II,ready! I 1 $1. 0. ]" This is"..positively .
I ** 27 Su ts Men's'Faney Tweed prices $15
to be p4) .ced In tl e pans.As Meri's r'v: e
: 50c Shirts ,
ates : : ESe'r o fOcj'l1.enlshlrt L $tCha."ce'' you will u $17.50 to.go for $7.95., .
i- fit of these imp em I 0 75c; $2.Men's Shirts, $. 9. t'
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