The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 15, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00157
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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kUaO Yang on Ac :at of lb Awful'Stench [ Arrested the Baker CouoDjelists Y jThis j- ,Along 'Atlantic Coast at New..York the' Has Been An,j Active x
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iron the Dea : and Murderers., ''Mor.i.g Vith 'a lofc(More Than $3 and' Philadelphia.l ,v .. Season la' Real. Estate. :' J'I'

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t. I. Entire :City Threatened Serious Conflagration But '/ :$0' <,.. .. ,
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?Japanese fci Tctcre The Situation 'Is Dtptoratk. and, Athouph j jI. r'' Heroic Work'.of Firemen and Citizens. Aided : by i light '',Inprecddented' Precipitation.; Accompaniedby '.. .
I' CartfiHyJMovements asrjng ; i :' ; A. 'I some! of the.i New COUdbogs.Now fader '

::,; and'] 'eDemidd I Ithe I. Condemned, the Aumans' < and fjuncans' '1. : ., and. Favorable, Wind, Prevented a Spread of.F ares, Gale of Wind 'Does Much Damage. Way 'and' tTimes ;.ConlempkUoa-Na' Dul ,:!

Surrender of ort Arthur I. Are SUB At t. Large. prig n ,of the Fire Unknofull : I Decldeb Drop In Temperature. In i 'The Ma* City.v ._' It. 1
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I I by heroic work or!the firemen thef streams would reaih the ;second I ""
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-LEAD-WAR ; According to latest reports no arrest New York"September JS.-A wind :
favorable stoTr of.the building "a- reasonabledlntUceaway. j of the: tact that-then has .1
citizen and but ii ,
d a :
been made In the AltaianDuncanfeud light and
f'Mukden._ Septem r II, (del red).- I hate rain storm almost'unprecedented occurred nutby .
d. the business portion if Mlamt ;t things ,calculated to* ::
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%-According,to Chln'advleea da* Jap- i at Baxter Baker county in which raged over this city' and'vicinity'iaet dampen the | '
II tor. men' were killed and others seriously waavsaved from total destruction by *, A SEETHING JIASS.Bf nthuslaam of Miami people .
eM have been.ATCed t&Lgo acnate I ,: night causing .great. dange'on. land jiuch"an effect.has not :
Tang by. the| tench' fro *, deadltuiea '' wounded.: The Jacksonville: Metropolis fire' t: l le morns I but ,even with this this time the /entire Watson building and tea. aid the [ been had, '
bee of yesterday has the following the property lost will app!"> mate be- -was a roaring mass if flames from : present summer has been one 1
The Japan are fc rtlfylng 'I' Ample notice of the storm bad teen) of the busiest
tween f2S 000 *n< $30.000.: and the commercial top Jo bottom and the .i remen shifted we hate ever had. .i
. positions by the riV r. -Small ;etach- additional facts of the duel,and subsequent > given' and'very, fewNesseto ventured There has <
be Impalret[ for their hose from tbit'' i a continuous round,
In several the Landls
menu jj I events: 1 1 rea 9
moving lorth fron out Hundreds of windows broken. ,
TTaltse were
"" of building, "force
g I The '- days before business In |the.vicinity bul1 'IDC'Whl was the i oat In danger ; ore than the local
I for great State of Florida, which ,
r:;;fiver and prepare ras a general cellars streets turned. of carpenter '
$. advance are contlnn ng.. J I prides itself on'the respect shown for of Avenue and Thirteenth treetfesumelllta .0dtoohInd.barricade, of .boxes.and Into rivers.'. painters and mechanics .
could u-ri.ptdlr '
, law al conditio material, kept si 'of water ompl" as wanted, ;
It to reported thai( me Japai art has an important duty to perform no other a ream Theater 'er wdi' leaving the entertainments "-.
i carefully preparing! their bumflanking nsf: and through} its, 'officers. Governor,,'Jet- At 10-10 ,'cl ,It this mo Inr.; and once, front of the stn cture and the last night found Broadway- and room yet, both there to' a demand for D ore' ';

.will (en- pings Is out .of the State, but the authority I after a silence of month i or more.l I wooenveranda. ;while others with:'a ankle deep In wafer. From midnightthe Residences and business <1

gigs In battle be: ore'theThese .is Tested in others to demand the'whlsUe[ on the IceVactonr. r; rdp hose fought bac ;.the seething conditions worse *- '
Dlonmeni" grew until dawn,
has been
estatt remarabkly ":
, p at!|.once that; the murderers of Bak ;r the electric. light planVanl yarlO'u1 elements from the Raileraon block. the wind blowing miles ac- j
..para- : eighty :
'''others sounded 1 alarm fire. At All fcf the per. live and cho ce..balJdIDg'l lots either forresidence 4
lions are expected I R!consume a month. county responsible for the killing jt [an : o: threatened buildings had hour. ,

f ; Jackson: Duncan.! and Jim RIley and the the same time a: dense vole)> of smokeissued been!cleared of effects: .nd the owners, The surface. and 1'elevated. .' ears 01 J business burposes. are be- _. '!
SURRENDER 'pEMANDBlS''St wounding of W. M. Duncan and Marshal from .the{tear door am windows carefully guarded,the as they: lay stoppedtor'eome.Ume.: The
, / Petersburg;'I'September "I6Adlspatch } .Duncan be arrested.; The sheriff of the'.J.,W." 'Watson Hard I ireXstort.. piled in sacks and heap) In'the vacantground cleared, early this;morning and there to Twelfth"street:. IsJmt'now the leading .. ii
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-. from'' Gegenl'Stoessjl.tcommandlng of'' Baker county. Is alleged, has not located at the southeast corn ;r of Avenue west of the fire. decided drop"In'; the' temperature. It thoroughfare improvements; although r

the'I Russian forces C: Port arrested: the Altaians who committed I D and Thirteenth ,stre.it' ud It \," SPLENDID WORK.Coodltlonsnow .-' Is the firSt..touch.. ot fall In this city.'and II, epnflned In"I ue .residence.r line the work 1

bur. says the Japanese are i&ively the crime at Baxter ::on last Sunday was that nothing bt t fate'ana, : look more dubious ; to quarter although .

constructing fortifications, at, various night j : could F present_ a:serious Uiaa'ner.i: Flames shot skyward from vlclI.lItT-: V : it li. spreading quite swiftly {
points, andthat they ojomJf : According' to- the railroad officials j apl' i J V the Burning building a 'exP .. to the a uq. sad west std.-. of the 7
continueeY .
: ,t- assembled* ctd pee Ere i hecked'In ,HEAVIEST RAIN.. ON RECORD.. river.Tbe'Roth.. ,- j a
bard the forts u4, : tht crime was, committed In Florida! > within to the $ thePIq '
Septem er .J that threw Kft ihe1L I although there to a tlfference of opinion few minuses'were at the went. One Sof.origin,- but:the firemen and Philadelphia, September 15.-During fralldlng on Twelfth: street ;

':-Tinto the awn. and lave Issued j ?roo- ,es to whether ,the killing of Jack; lint of hctte wa4 f told and a stream of others stuck bravely to their polL'ne a rainstorm last night and which endedat will be'a 'fine addition to the business I t

1aaatfo' to the jtusslan' .troip*' demanding son Duncan: was In Georgia or Nassau ,water pou| d Into the rear d DOT of,the wlnd' ;shlhed, a'few pora t* more favor- 4 o'clock this morning five and one- blocks of tie 'city and ;work will 'bt ,a

tllelr.surrender. ,, i. '*_' county. If,It' was',,In Nassau ;county: building to tie 'flamea' Ich every a OM crew, behind 'the' screen half Inches of precipitation fell which'a pushed. .as ;Jast U possible oa that""x. -j

-- 6tLENA. '>'sheriff of 'that county should act: I moment of two: picked Its wi y out and kept nlenUesa work!on'the' Landisbnndfcg. the heaviest on record,here;, Cook's new building, .on' the same ':1

.'WILlI blSMANTLK.. ...1">. the sheriff of Baker county, and threatened to drive'back th ite at the :;' though 1.is. red to '. spefc- The wind blew fifty' miles per'..hour block to wejl under'way and will tit

.Washington; September' ItiCaptalnBerlmaky. see that these men are arrested. ,The 'I'nozzle who gallantly combatled' It t: the'heat'musi be unbearableand and,the streets Jn, an directions were ready for, occupancy' atan'early data .. "i\\

V tnini'T' ling the" Knaslaneratoer. Altaians'art exceedingly strong In Bakery I' ** EFFORTS FRUITLESS.. Itey driven from drlae'ot,; flooded; cellars and business howl In Mr. J.,_ Hajea will iaoi begin a stow. f e<",;;

: Lena. la Saa I Franctoco]harbor. and are surrounded by' loyalfriends :.;Immediately'two'other Iln M of boat vas! _' .:tot reaplnlely theT.stock;to undated. and mack damage done la the business boost f on,hto lot adjoining his'pfeeen 'Ji

:liss,tn/orn>ed-JUi iraJ, ooodrteh that .>Thtrt an some of the families i.were rtui*oat _"'th.: south-aide of the taelHQaty-'and vothlnr 1 t persistency parka er :.. '. ate, cj o: Zaps' at.Wl'\ftIHIo.! ,.o::..,...,;.

11.'iiairn t* wtoWwUt hto sMp, aa4ajiked ofj: that name .that respect,law .sad I balding and volumes of.wa er poured and the continuous stream ,ot ? Clara ; ,, yoatig.' of, Palm Bach ;yesterday purchased the. j
Miss Webb a woman ,
to, what tnt he be repaired order and others who hare BO regard Into the second,' story wind iwt in an water saved the struct! re\which several two-lota: 'on!Twelfth street _..... ;.. ,j ;:
.to dtomantlA wn1, for It.:, !endeavor to flood out theft advancing times' caught. abo it:the ,window Portland.'of Mount Dreg.has Hood Just alone.made'" She the waa ascent of' the railr ad' track and:win Pat 'UP.. ;I

; Admiral Goodrien has asked the ptat. AttorntyA. G. Hartridge will fire which warped and teethed Its facings and framing on''y to be knocked below a building'4x75 feet twb-ttories Alga ... ,,
tamping with a party .lust
9! InstrncJons In the If the crime I way' about the effortsof oat by water., A. to be used for saloon purpoaea.. Farther
Department, for prosecute ease. was lbulldlnc. The mow line and derided to attempt the -
and details of hislaetruetdous committed the firemen of llttl avail In The conditions oh out on' theme! street two fine residences -
the premises ; Nassau county,, Friends [were. s I I same i>revalled the climb to the P"1r.he'rtart!:) on the I
art.no r beingworked out of the Duncans will come to his aid by !checking the spread of the I lames and Raulerson building w ere' the! little took food are I being I completed one forJ. t
impulse of the "
to department* ; *. )( I furnishing him,'the best legal. talent {to lit aoonbecamt ;evident'thit: the garden hose did its wor t well and kept with her" vl ws.s li1Oa nrirly ,exhausted 10 N, Lummus and.one for Col. :W. W,. .-

It Is expected tb i vessel win be required assist him In his work. The Duncans i ing and' Its contents weed| < build-I I back the flames whlci- licked andscorched when'she reached the crest After rest- Erwin .J\, ,

dtomanil at the. nary yard have strong and Influential friends who lit waa a question of how'fsr it severely. the'descent is.going ahead witharrangemenkfor .
time she
Ing for a short began
at .Mares Island., | 1 1, will I .aid them in punishing the_ Alt- I wonld'reaclu: ,j jPROPERTY. r' BUILDING IN RUINS. and made 'the' perilous trip in : several the new: bridge across .. ,.
mau DAN the river add parties who have
,' IN --ER. During the progress of the fire and safety. :The danger of her feat can be '
\ OTAMAfllEPORTS.It JW-' H., a brother of the two I On the and in before bought<< lots[on the other side are planning rp
Altmaiy west the.dliject l line of .1t had enveloped :the, building. easly understood when it Is considered ..
:'olio. September -Field Marshalofacpa alleged murderers .. the postmaster the to begin houses right away... 1
: the wind
,was Landlsbicnpled oc an explosion of powdei tore down and that the ,mountain Is over 11,000 feet
telecraph1 today that the po- at Baxter. He was 'In Jacksonville I M. I On Avenue. D Mr. P. Ullendorff has ,;t
by H. !, King und taker. and scattered the walls ,and caused the hlgh.i:- ,
-'.,. salons of the Rnssl ans In the < Ireetiond yesterday .endeavoring to. get the Unlt-. lJob. lmter.-anf. Charlie Sin g. Chinese crowd to seek .places 'of safety:: begun a hindsome three-story brick :

: Mukden'are unguarded and that the laundry, and as a'residence' up stairs.. Soon after 'this all'I was over, the : building wbjlch will.. be an ornament to'I
of 'Russian dead md bur- I' (Continued; on page eight) ) AN ALABAMA MOB that part ot the city. The third story .iII
total .number To the north was the Rau1 .! son building building collapsed: and ''t began to look: '
ed at Lao Tang from I thf recent occupied oa1 the first flop by DoaneRanlerson. as'If the brave fire laddies would be to be fitted up for a lodge room and .
ting to S.100. Ii MORE[ BHLBliiLDINGS} f" I i successful start will be occupied by several of the societies i
= : butchers snd Lofton I In what at the was anunequalfight THREATENS RESCUE :
'jfOR Johnson deal.erlJr w a sleeting place.! The second :t
bicycle lie the upper rortullf'teli:the framing -!
KVERTTHtNO < .--", story will be cut Into offices and the
I ? QCIET1 TWELFTH or second floor to used' ; a lodging :.feliynslde end after- the once' .' "'. up :
It, taej ayed).- STREET I flrst .floor win be used for store roms j
Mukden. September across'
'p. house. Diagonally from the splendid structure: lay i mass of ruins ,
Everything to quiet here..'Tbp Japan ir I fire Vas the postol0ce and h >me,or Dr. and,'seething flames I: 'was seen that; I further' down< the avenue work to 1

ese'have .retired ['southward and It Is W... C..M >ard.; optician'aid f' the fire would be I 1 progressing on the Stnrdevant stone ;
r-' Ti jeweler, conned there II Of Friends.hdlcl d for lynching a Negro 'k
It li block and long the river front sever
reported have evacuated while various other nstabllsl iments adJoined The water then .
was irned
t again into : ?
here !! lull tine I at Ihmtsi We-MI6la Sent to Preserve al fine; rest encei zee under way
believed the ( each of the. threaten d proper the roaring mui'of I Ire, :while a lint .
Tenr Georfle lop Pars 3000.00 for [oboe ; -
''several weks.LUMBER.. II _. : On the >pposlte side of the river :
I IMaIQ ties. | of hose was runup tbr ugh the Landls, Order and Guard the Prisoners. '
there are .several elegant residences ?
lie Wi BuW-Tte.SaJe Made To the rear or east oft j .'fire and building and,the same saved-10 a'certainty ..
PLKNT BURNED Recently built. others partly done and f
'. Tetaa within'a few i Nt'of the: si me was a though scorch d and damage?, .
.15.-A special to J. n. ft G .'s Agency ( ,- still othen still larger, and more palatial ,
It ChIcego. September two-story frame buidlni ilso owned by water: All I was ov r so far, as the

.I sum Pint Bluff ilk, fire destroyed -I ,' by the Watson, .Hardware. Co, and filled further ,spread of. the flames ,was con Birmingham September 15.-The one a1 i now being planned, ,4 ,

the ew'er.a;:T Austin plan, one ofTHINGS ; with store wares.while to the southof cerned.. governor has ordered. body of militia All arou id ,the outskirts' of the city )
lumber mills in Arkansaa 'woodei to to Huntsville this afternoon here are hundreds of Dew cottage: }
e largest this was another i building Immediately after tl Is there war another go
hour today, loss 11' Kessrs.. J. R. Tatum ft Co., yesterday explosion there | and fu out Into the couDtrr'oew homes '1
,-at as early the property of the sari, firm and in the ruins which sen! where to much excitement in .
c' .between $400,00o|rind $ >. which said lots. 1 and 2. block 137.; being theI next to It thetHIDaoD Home' fronting brick and debris skyw rd several hundred connection with the lynching of the ne- and other extensive Improvements are E i

to fully covered |lI1lArao Thi' I ts. on the corner now occupied by:L. on Fo rte [ ., AHJ(w ere,threatened feet and made th > crowd Jam an' groe. Horace Maples, last week.It being'made. : j

jiiiPCLLMXN McNell'a'lIyel') stable, to George with destruction: and the occo- push for a,'more. saf< distance. Th< ,is"not known :what are the"purposes There l4? move life .[In the land than .:, I

'WORKS CLOSED., Zapf. of West Palm Beacjrfor 3000.00, pants set about moving} their effects. explosion was probabl that of a; smal of the governor, but It la supposed :- ever before i and there to no room here E I

afd It to'understood that Mr. Zapf will .' Willing hands" lent asslsUnc art'or keg ofpowde but Just what the troops will be used to preventthe : for the gr >wler, or,the drone. Miami ., '

Chicago. Septet' 15.-T tie; Pnll- a once,eontract'for'a large building and in'a few minutes: the bu dings had to not known possible rescue by friends of those to obliged to forge ahead of,all competitors ,-

.pun_car works ai;,Pullman, were shut t be erected on same. been cleared of all movab e-artlclf'tl. LOSS AND IN JURANCE. ranted and under 'Indictment. for the. /, because'she has local advant-. ,

down thls',jnornlig and there ire practically The building'now: .by Mr.McN of stock.1 furniture, etc. whit h was taken Watson bulldl 13, was::" two lynching. : ages: over all and her future to madeabsolutely

aevtn' thousand employees Jdls.Jt .; ellwas_ sold lo B7 Bl Tatum who will to e place j>f safety and vantage IP story veneered struct re and' was occupied certain; because of these.
r move It to some other portion of the
',to reported trill lI for the baseball grounds and'o her place'. almost entire!;} by Its .o..ne ai NEGLECTED THEIR DUTY.'

::warts laibe caul the closl; ig dOW c! ty to?: be leased has for for stable purposes.McNeil time' been. out of the, ordinary ranee < if the ftrc t hM'dware'aDd furnlt ire store'; thougl Chattanooga; September 15.-A special Investlg i ibis lou of the poison of bees .:
f some
Postmaster Budge had neiriy' .everything Dr.' R. E. Shafer th dentist, bad at from Hnntsvllle Ala., says that a ihowri!bf. Phlsaxx t
th.ree,4latiDet :
his stock and vehicles to .
out goojit .
ranovejl as. did several merchants office on the second fl< or.. He succeeds; apodal grand,, Jury had Indicted the i.
SCIENTIFIC.U active of which
of the livery business,.and be.will: prlp iciples, .one produces :: '
.... 'in' the Iock. I 'd In' removing some of his most vat ten members of the mob that lynched
InB mmation and the second
continue .to dispose of them at bargUns 't
?7 WATER [PRESSURE POOR.' uble effects. The building valued Horace .Maples a negro,:a few days .
p w.. Tht navlmobllejof c: A. Ma ter to a ) until all are sold- i was : causes convulsions, while the third
In the meantime the Ere en worked ,t :$12,000 and the slock of goods 'at ago '
raI.u1out "
r twat that to of the water by The building up of this corner as a l stupefies:-The I poison Is secreated b>
tt This with the : *m e heroic efforts that char'. 'ISOOOwlth the. tote 1 amount of lnturance \ Major Smith aDd'Sheriff Rogers are acid one the "."
turning under wave Hnjs. business place,to but another Indlcatl two gland! the yielding :
acterlled their start The beat reaching 11000. I charged. by the jury with derelectlonof '
-la effected -giving the vessel a concave I Wall t .. and Inflammatory substances -
on of the drift of the business district '
: : bottom. an.I| the',application of along Twelfth street .occasioned by the Intense: 'tut they: neverrelaxed] ,, and Most of the.stock shred In the,woodn ],. duty.In not stopping" the mob'aDd aid the alkaline one of the '
gradually the flames gala on',them building In them ;'as removed tq preventing\ the lynching. The. wildest. ,
inindplW results in surpris- The _
L convulsions.
I the new nrw bridge, the possible removal of the substance causing
By this ( toot"linaio hote had place of safety.. This house excitement prevails there. \
time (
Speed of
f 111&11 lemming o( dlsplacemen IlUllenaer'depot and other contemplated observatio is Included the poisoning .
,la muchjpcreasedj as high .as forty; tostxty Improvements which will aid In the torn gotten Into service fro a hydrants worth but a few. hundred dollars. in4 Exposure of the retina to blue light a sparrow'by' the stings of two or three ,.

i miles an hour being expected.. bolldlng I up of. this. section of the city. at the,corners, |bf Avenue I? s 3d Twelfth 't.with .the contents I inrned to a- smalUws for three ,,minutes to claimed' by: two I bees. The bird showed weakening ':
'1- street Avenue_ C and Thirteenth in proportion to that of the '
I I ;: ', Swiss dentists to' h e'alyen''insensibility within flvp minutes then progressive ,
:" Another link|Connecting'birds .and 1 duet.F Fourteenth street] a id Avenue Itulldln< | .. so complete that a tooth was extracted I Increase of the partial paralysis which ..

reptiles!: haa ndtocovered'!I by Dr. E.Loanberg Winston Churchill, 'novelist, has, a C, and .at far!;;np as Fourte-nth street ,ORIGIN UNKNOWN,, ] without pain. I at last became a mere trembling IDter'I,

a Swedish aarnralUt In the superstition, regarding the letter I C. and Ave aq B. All of the hose from The origin of the Ere to unknown an v by of somnolence.Death .
rupted periods ? _
beak sheaths of petrels. albaa The tltiea to all his stories have begun the Rova Palm Hotel war tecnred' by there are various rpmore'as to the,, -' Infusorial earth to the latest base for : came in two or three hours i"".

and other birds. The kheath to with that letter-Celebrity.. Crisis Chief McDonald and prei'toto ser. anse., ,though' the' most! 'I probable,'' isombustlon : irtiflcial building stone. The product :;
distinct Carve Crossing-and all have been vita Tb< water:orka boo j ) ed both in the o* and waste room' [ '
f composed: of oral piece i f up | 's made In Germany, under the name flu O rtrnde Von Petzold.. M, A. '.-;
|\aad f ,proof Is offered that these":art suca.ses. He believes that If I he engines and,announced thai there .was 'n the rear which waa all' ablaze wbetij of :"gnhrollt" and ,1s :very light.flrt- who has accepted charge of the Uni.titian :' .
of the should write a novel with a' title beginning 120 of but them must discovered. .There+ere several bar "
idaDtiel Rtth'}a{tam Ical4 pcjbnds pressure : Toot, and resistant to chemicals, and ,ch irch In 'Ldcestv.b.said to

shad ud i oweri "LW Yet: llxarda and ; with a D or K or a W- the. bOok j have seen. a leakage somew ere as thePreuure -els-'of oil In the room which soon IgContoned It"ran be' easily sawed bored and be the fir t woman_appointed. to a i psiWrats .
odes reptiles: would, be a flat failure' v. was .very poor add neither.oftiding :( on Eight Page.:) :, I idled., I IJ In .
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i1akL ,DbtIC'1'OBt 4. Cheatham 1. 8., ratier-.s.:.I. I: lIcatea redee ed od' ptircbaseddur W E j with. R C Creech I and W

Conrad J. L J'an1aIa;; Allan a.,' I ng the month Auguat1e W Snell ... fiOORFRAMES
Brrsxxi cov IT jrr DOM.Lrftayiur.CUelJiuUM. .,. CroalaDd, J. a. bodes' JL W. .. .-.. county tree. rer tiled his report J F SIa:Hill' E A,Thomaia "ands WINDOW and

; Clark P. 0. Rosa 0. J. fpr .the month of ugu.t. showing the Saxon ,
...B-OarVw H.Mabrr,,=Juttoa.OomBuateatlou n.ure. .sH. Drake, Gaston Re11lr, :3. 8.DoeL .' following balances on band: Whereas petition signed f by M.A. .... .
ItIprem.CoII"Jndjn to say* o roots(tb* t bcaddraawdiTaUaaaHM. al. >neiaI B. Rusb Dr. W; B. Generai fund ..i. ........... '854.08 Marshall and forty-fire othenpresented has been ,.
na. i Dorn. J. K. .: Rump; Edw.: Flee and forfeltu fund... 471.35 ((0 the board requesting: the I 4

II'' U. ... 8E (ATOE8. ErwinW.W; Raulerwn 0. ..H.EDloe..Dr .. hDOl.. fund .. ,7U4 stabllshm of 'a public rued from a i We .are making hundreds of frames ,every month for the larding ItM t.i

a.;[ ao j '.Tal ,laeUoD" nL : G. Rump; 00. Rod. fund .". .f. ........,.. l1L17o drat on New River known Osceola,1 x. tractors and we should make them for you. We dVtt cheaper and ....."'1
oe;:sttpboa L Uallorj.PMuaeola..J '. .' 1'rIaeD. G. C.. Sdord; L'B.Flanagan .. acne warden fro. ....r..... 10.08 Camp to E an la, a station on the F. E. Our latest Improvement; If the nse of JBronsed Finish Baa Beartnt RsjsJ

)U r.&.CvIiO' E88YEr. R...s.: SerreILj; B. G. to neat and sinki g fund ... ... 1i7.85 C. Ry- alo ig a line sunreyedjand plat- Sash Pulleys, and you should Insist on gettto tnsM fa lour fram& Wises

T DMrM ( abrada : tbe* Est. Doart- Frederick 1. s., Suelb1, J. G. .L ted byGeo L. McDonald county surveyor yon hare any building to do write to!: the '
u.. .. KoMJ W. Dave Palatka..fluegnd .JL ...Spfrimaa7f Franz 1. 8.. Bulmer, (I.: F. Total ..... ...;,..:}'.,'!465.S7i ,' a copy of sqch survey|'being attached I '
am Gerlact A. P.. slI 1th,i Julius i eUUon of A4 I SeIher' for permit to ftaid.petitlon. It Isj therefore EAST., COAST ,LUM EB & SUPPLY CO. ..

Ip. jel-at. IUVEV Oirtman Jamel Stoneman, F,', B. to,plant O'Btera,Iln cove situated In the ordered that Geo. 1.. McDonald. P. H. Eau :.Gallle Florida
I i = Oomph; G'1) R.' : Sulser A;. E.. n'o-tbeut quarter f section Bve township Roper anoi 1J..C. Hobson, disinterested ,;
key. B,.Burr.IJttU IUve r. Cbalrmai.K. Gautier T. N.. Shanahan, IL fortr-lIve; I 84 iii. range fortr-Gn freeholders of said county, be+ and they .
LC.DunnMadlaon.1.1.. Korpa. ..a t.Hea rn.rk.-. Graham, S. Sewell, John (, east, '1I'U received and =panted.retition are hereby' appointed to view and mark .. j. '. '1 1I'f"
narten and o oea of they r4. GarUtaJde. C.-a SefJDour. R. H.Graming'J signed by' A. HM1Ield. Jr.. out the best route for said road and i"
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C. Sawtene-l. P. and lIttJ-three 0 re. uklng the board said rieweVs are required to :ake their .
.If I U. 8.COMV 9BIOMEB. Gallatt, r. Shaw JL B.GauUer. t orepair'Allapat h rock road was, re- report at [the next regular meeting of .!.. BB..OS.
has B. etly' Mlam .. R. B. Taylor; IL R: I edved I but no ac Ion taken.111AppllcaUon .' the board! \ .Of I'f" '

11' .SESATOR, Urk plSTRICf.EkbraeiDK Grtlba, A. M.,. Tarnage.' J. L:,: 'j of d1l'ard Pent for rert Whereas, J.aH. Tatum having this KINDER LOU GA. '
:{ Brvvard i Ad Dad ColI nn.l Glrtman W. 8. Tatum, B. B. 'I t to .catch .al anatl6 for scientific day,duly applied to this board for license I '<\\I

.eat E.klHnikkrilB. .BMcII. ( .. H&1ea; I.' B. 'l'atu:; J. H.. DUrpoees.. 'aa'ived and crantecL. I to erect.maintain and}operate atollbri'dgfe .. =- -.ti QK6=*--TL"T"T- '\ ,..
Hill 1. L I
;Petition signed Freeman Brothers .Miami er, In the
ilK co .1 across 1i ... i "
.: ) 7XTT.E] Hunter.. J. G. Watson 0. H. a d thirteen. oth ra,' eking board to I county of 'Dade- and -State of.Florida, \-.:
t .tt--j.;Klnc. Pull Hill. William, WboTton, F.'' H. furnish vlcta '
; P&UENTJVL county F-J to build a road at a point on said river .designated In Kinder Lou Crates. !
DADS :cots HethetlnitonM V.Wh1; E. L.Heyer IJ: the vicinity\ ft ttie. River was recalved. -. said application, and J :
tIadc-J.IIea.XHevwr.MUiaU A. Eo Walt;T.A.: but Iaidio I er c.n account of the _Where", It appearing by. the 'affidavit -
ncrk CoIIat of y Auone-.l Ulreolt wart Pad.Sasden Bauafdwiol Lamt.. 10C.CL -. Hall W. W. ..Whaler B.. T.' number of nrltJ- In tamp.: of 'iald J. H. ,Tatum that he has Chase & Miami
Dearborn.Coeoanot.Miami.CoiuxU Orova.Sb.rlffJobnl'rohoeM. Hahn, F..V .WOrler, G. A. Jail: folloll'lne ta were appl'OT fully complied with the law telatlre toadvertisidglhis Harney.
HughM, W. D. Wlboii J. L ordered 'Jpi Id out of the general') intention of applyingfor e'e'l j. > ,
;! > 01 TuesHard. Coeoaot Horner, J:W. Woodworth I Z..F., fond: 1 I said as proYided" or by section l Kinder Lou_ Crates all over J Dade.County
Ram Taxm-R.M.Smith.YLmLty.omreeC. '' kermit "
Jones, M. B. Wilaon R. 8.Kolb. .
H. aaDloe_ MlamU JG! Crossland, Ju< jr Inquest Will, 638 Revised Statutes of the .,.... ............ ....... .
.tMiperintondelit...rrtu.aHa. el..Public. I In.truo.aF.'t. -. A. J. -I taatea'C.. 1..;.' [I Smallilf.?. L., ..........."$1.00 State of Orl! ,wblch said.affidavit 1 1,1
hoard d. County ('....I/a/ J W.lWppartChau.a. jjFDeBerryfsanje, ......_.,...;" 1.00 I and proo'' \f publication Is on file! with ;
Aleb.r. J'aplt.er; L..v Palm >-i'I & PUTS AN END :TO fj.ALL ', E Watson sam e--'|.:; :...... 1.00 the clerk of the board_ andWhereas. :
,.. ....IL ''Illaml; & Baleka5e o-aut -' J Flowres,' ..s.. 1.00 I to I the boardI
.rk aD4 Alad1tor of 0 I' sane: ; '' ', It appealing .
im: a.c.Dearborn .
...,..u Miami. : ., A grlerous wan oftlmes cones u a 3'! G Pratt, same' ?...'.;-. ......., 1.00 I that no Person claiming to be the owner Bargains In Grapefruit GroYes
'wJpkrOGCIt: ; ? OEVL'.II JI1)ICIALothar result of unbearable pain from OYer.1Ie4 > 'L McNeil. lam .:........ .;;. 1.00 j| or owner of.the land adjoining the ,'", / ,

'.II' .C 'f-- U .). orgiMTf. TMr t*; -Backache,I OwenaMartin-wl Inq Will Small 1.00 j j Aid 'toll'brldge': has made pllcation I ,
'r ClthIUD4p-KIHr..l-kabr.du Dade 4 ewu Till oa*. Liver complaint and ConIt1 at1OD. But James Jones saiie ............ 1.00Miller for leavel to erect mEnts4n or operate Eight Grapefruit Groves three tAlo flee years old In fine.condition for ..ailr
t utttt. Attonef-J. D.BcmJOrl.... thanks to Dr. King's New Llfe 0 Pflls. and Co Or tceries for pan" I a toll-bt9dge at said point after said 'as Arch Creek station. These pont are located on arenoes lined with paime..
Van=Tm 0(CoaI't-L of Olicmlt C Court Deartora_..._4d ra Fin they put an 'end to It all. They r are I jpers ....;;...!... .. ...... .. ..:,14.00 notice b publication or sal Tatum asPr twenty acre now. being set out, These groves are budded to the eboioest
.day-aa. roertu*. nntlMoxIaT Honda U aRf Hoitenber.llSrm Fount. gentle but thorough.. Try them. Only Harris ft Epps. n deb paupers .. 18.10 section 639 of the,Re-: variety of truss Titles perfect. Wi I take pleasure in showinf,this property

......, &.April. 25c. Guaranteed by.all druggists 1 R B Potter atten ling pauper28.50' YldiloJ.br the State .Florida, to prospective purchasers.. : .- .
r t J.DIt CO COU&T.J Henry Fuller. b ardlng paupers,84.90 bed it is a well-known. fact that grapefruit trees are more prolific and!reHabl
4l= ... .-Ails Be.Mr.K; mL Great ,.Interest It being manifested D W Fenton, bnmng paupers ..18.00 .Wbe The Aid Tatu 'has tiled bearer than any other variety of tbe|citrus amity;and realise at least double
/ a'I'Walloodar, .T.1U4en tit J.epd ., 1aJDL'W .- throughout. the .State tnj: the, meetingof Anthony Brosjmdse for pauper '4.25 his boDq with' this bo.1'CIlnl e'aUm of the price of oranges. A four-year-old grapefruit gwre'If properly eared for

'J_be Te--rm&I\n&K.1ar81 Icla tit_ AmL; ,. the Florida Truck Farmers and kin- Sowers Bra tw paupers ......12.00 live dollar-;with ,sufficient should pal all needed expense*; while. ot elfRt lean of age, It should be pay
l'aU -I\n&MoD4aJ tIt dred Interests.to be held In JacksonrlHe J W Ires.: mdse for poor hoo.. 7.30 bUidrec1.the faithful performance lag 8 per cent or more on a ralnation of ",000 per acre. "Prom one grapefruit

j jFtTL UUTD' omCK! ,OalVUTOLC.CHUtCB .September 19,.for,the,purpose J of I F E C Hotel Co [lights, for courthouse of .to: I IRach. .toll- tree General Haien sold $10 worth of the fruit.
'L V.Claabla, --'_. organising] a:farmers' trust for jthe J ,..*..H ;: ..... .... ...... '7.10 bridge, provided for by ;section.641 t
If,.16.I aotIt..r.1. IJUKCTOBT.rmMO ." mutual protection ,of, tthe prodac r., F E C Hotel Co, lights for jail.:' 8.30 of the I4evlled Statutes of;the State of 3O.$1ST ': :Tk:: : VVJEJ.LSa: :.

kPnft.1 -UoeDOr and TNMODIOT etnoM.Iaiu .- merchants, crate manufacturers, fertlltzer i,4 W B Drew Co, record. andstatiouery.f Florida l which said bond bas been ac. O 26 ..
4 "'- la a&U o'elDek: dealers and all other interests connected .. ...... ..;..:.' '30 cepted and approved by,tbls bard miami J'la.. .
M II 'eIoek IIaptb& Teat's
remo&st ; ,
s-a at' p.,": f'raJW..UftIJ.... In' the' degree 'viltliFlorida 1 ft W. B Drew Co stationary, 'Now.. I therefore be it' .teeolved brI'
? .w fteC. at ,10.1.A.JI...IT.ur1'OIC PaMor.tio Lily la. truck farming. The purpose 'for/sheriff .... .7.... .....?.o.5.55 this board.. that a .license to : erect; .
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I Bmowiu Boor. not AT* of the association'will be to purchase 1 AHa;,'JanltoP for August ....30.00commission'on maintain and operate a tollbrldnI ,

-br.Art C.UII and Stk.."tn-; ; Epwort"lean at a soplrackingatlaa large quantities getting the adrantage j nceIPta'an | d sbursements- -;. 39.01 / described: be and I. hereby J A. Roh'ipins & Ccv
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TV '''OOD, of wholesale slime ,
rates and discounts,
I'Ntor. Jas T Senders, cilary August ..; 33.J3. grantedl said .J., H< Tatum, and his assigns
'" Avenue C and lltb to be distributed among the'several I. }!Itsc ket Store,f[n plies'for. alt/.. 5.60 J I a period of ten years from '

"IahNL Ane&-PrMeblac.Us...L;at PS'blot;T'O'el Ck ,a.at m.J.-W: Sunday p..t. ueer1.-and to study the markets and j;,'Miami Nov WJts repairing desk. 4.00 j this :. Said Tatum shall keep' said! -HA.P218s13', nc1.0arr1.ase'
I oJ J Eti.oetb ..... a:11 m. JUD EpwaS1 plat products In'a manner 10'there i that i;tined Cross'Pharnacy-drugs for 'bridge for the use of he public DopOsitory.Quality -
....".'a&GOO'eIoe.,1:11'". m.PAfrrmeednr AU are wele W inc.L8iTiri ednaida. win be no glut or onr'ltocbce., i poor house |.. ...: ... ......'14.50 I 'tfr discrimination from, daylight I .f ; :.

Lk" p****: This is.expected to secure for the Producer 'fJ' E Jjummus., eed for county, I Cuntil. Jock'at :night, andd. .ballj is remembered long after is
t TannTTC.P"c.,paVA..nni. aMornInf and lothY the'best possible. price.TlmesUnion. mules ....i..a...:.....'78.19 following rates those de-I : price'
_.d sal-It a IL t Eves Pra eta.Prayer 1'elock v:aD Wdnasmi4aT aandaya ., W'8Hni.: ; corn r Inq. st..WIl .., ';elrlng pass or cross ove said bridge 1 1 foil otten. "
to m'nth- Holy Ktr,Bwbiri-and thlrt", *a4inil Hall :' ....! .;.. ... .. 3.00 to'wit: 'Single person ou foot or on : i ',' ..
i" ; ( Second and Fourth a Cana:0.trd.NataM. : I W S HIII. Drawl g connty'court bicycle or tricycle.' live cen 'ODe horse 'l\lakes
..a. 1f.B.J'floLla.etor.. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. jury.;......... .....". .. 5.00. I vehlc1 l1ftee! cents each: vehicles '1' Quality' the. Bargain ". ;
PapnTraaraa. 121 tlreoot bed A aa. A- I ] .
V yyraehtate.'Kyua1 ....""'Iac at I :.)'rlock., Frank Sanchez, reen'for'con-' drawn r two or more hones, twentr- J .
..._.., st.'Jt.FAa1l Pa' lorv : -I;II vlct camp r.[I. -. 0" .:.: ...... .2.50.'tin ce ta ach:"_'automobDes. twenty- io'U5. Tuselltlo: ,. Straat -' ;. _' adiwsal, Fla.:

f H{ ."," SDIId'.1fa: err'* at lira. Miami.( Fla., September 6, 190'.: II 'M King. bury ng paupers.;.., 33.50 five ce ta each... Where' I. desired N, I ?.. ,
: onlliVa) and K >y Htreet.if"p:1' The Board of County Commissioner! T E Savage; ban Ing sick pauper 2.00D tickets shall be furnished ate rate -.t- .

< :! met' thll day In.regular 1et!!lon. Presert. -. W Moran, JAu rast salary. .... 40.00 of 'fort tickets lor'one" lat; each of .
I I'Prtaiaeot. IL '. John 'Frohock, ourt'' work and which Ckets entitles the holder either :" : :
I Geo. W. Lainbart'cbalrmau 8J A.
Wmiafa M. Browa. ; sundries ,...'.: .... .......-.t 48.20s wi or without 1Ilc'cl or tricycle '
f- i Praat! Tlce-PracUiant. T. V. Moor' *. Belcher, .and. ,Fe, C. Alcher, ; .John lrro-, E C Dearborn., A gust salary'and ,,1 to one passage over aid bjldge., ., COOLEY & HORNER

t. !-D4 Via 4d Bt. 3. B. m.UL bock sheriff. and E. C. Dearborn; clerk.The ,sundries .....i.. .... ..i.- 92.99 The aid bridge to be bUilt of wood

f ;"J'reuunr Secretary, B. T.B.JT(Blaclman.a tum.. minutes of the" last meeting were.1 A./E Her er'l) An sust. .salary and and et 9e. at the locatloh described Ufolloj ''The.Real Estate and Rental

;;:' l.[Bear.* of O I V. Moor. J. E Luraraua. A. B. H.y- of Karl Zapf for. permit: 'Y H J nktnsl) ; A gust salary and [east shore t of said river w ere Twelfthsteeet :: nth Street. :x;:;.: 'OpPos.ite First National Bank.
..... Ji, R Rainy Po' W. Hahn w. w.COMMITTEBM. :" sundries .j... 36.30 of the city of Miami would Intersect t.
to sell liquors, wines an,beer in election { .charity'- t' _
loti' ,. .. .jMrsL'lJyeomet 6.00 js'ld river if extend In Its pres- "' 1
WS-Anno,' R ;'FattenajD, 8. I*: ,, dlBtttct ?"o.t 3, baring., been:ladvertlsed I ,- E Glenn, chart t ..,..: ...... 8.00.tnt course and to cross ,aid ''river In .

1r'.". James .; lleJ'1DoUJ'. K: B.: according to law and no lo.b. i')Mrs GomC2la: !!. chjarlty ............ 8.00'a dire -t west course to the south and
:t" Tbrte)'. G..A. jectlons filedr same waa'granted' :I Wni Merkle.cha|t. ty ..,......:.. 5.00 west ank; the same ben ,n a direct
|BRlUOE -Balle rrj ''; B.. )L; 3ae| tiM. F Application! of Chars Blum for permit f ) '|i W T Rice, rtiarltjr ;.1. ....,.,.:..", 5.00 Ine! continuation, of lid 'Twelfth :( c .
: Hahn, F. W.; Boa C.. J.; Fnderkkt1I Mrs Chas' Sh'erlin' '
{ charlty8.00 \ltree illllfilllllfl111flllTlltil111llTllTllllTTTl111TillllTlTll{ ' '
: to sell liquors, wines and beer In election TlTlllTliTH.
( !; jTH AND 1AN1TART aebon.hi. district :No.: 3, baring been advertised .: H F Atklnsot A gust salary.... 25'.00.J It a peering to the bo rd that ceret1ln -= .. '. '_
! t., .. .tr.; Prou W. W.; Brlo:' ..UIlS. according to law;; and no .objectlons -" II Cheatham, t othlng prisoner 6.185: rsoQ8 are hauling 1 g\l and other ::::
reltd.: Flanacan.AND. S.; Klnf.HARB" M.. filed, same was granted.l 1| J 1 A T Carter, salary, and sundries 5585 heavy loads over' the p lic 'roads of : :. .14T. 'lOTeal
S jllyCRS 'BB-t arUM SbleklefordJi Treasurer Jack n.:County, Dade the c unty to the great damage aDd ,.
W'aJb -
C L H.;, Rump Edfcart C Tatum.n Application or :::::
; I County r expense man1 InJu of said roads, = HAS .EAt+ED TUB
"' B u 4 Ebanaba for permIt to''sell liquors; wines I :::::
f.' iGUTA jand'! damu. : : ....,......... 5.00 ., '
-Y* B. I-! *,* for* c" Da mmua.R.'Erwte.w beer been In advertised election ,district according: No.to,10 law., hatln jan !:1. F 'C Sh1'Sh1're age''..per-diem,19.40.: : j
W,; McDon Id. J. A. d.,;\IA A "... ". 2.40 dilltri tS
|cHAIUTIES-Bj nst+n. E T ; Cb.ata no objections filed same' was gra ted/''f ( eo..W Lamb rt, 15.40: such reons In this county Eve notice to, i It i 14 open onthe. Arocric if plan. 'Ratea $2.50 pn day and == ,
0 .utter. T. of Meredith fot' to repair t e damage to :
S.B : Application Elijah {
m J. H.; Douilaa. The b )1s'were = upward The hotel ha' t>en thoroughly renovated sad ==
t; kl; Xlmanlea, C. U permit to sell, liquors,]wines and '>ee,| I following: approvedend ,ouch ublic roads caused"luch hauling :=: HI first <1114< condition: I? -onclnumiuuuiuiuuiiuimu none in the colt).- New ele-put
.- I 1CRICt1.TCRBiackwan. E. V. In election district No.;10 having lieen ordered jpa4< out of the road fund: :thin thirty da-yl rom the date :::. valor and new plumbing a4 been installed, Sew and large.. ::.
fir-"*. F. 9 '. ra urn. J. H ; O imnc. A. advertised according to la.w.! and no ob|' JC J L.Chandler. .. -ugust salary75.00 ot sU'h notice, 110 as place.uclt E simple rooms have bt'D.d.Jt'd. :, o _
it f Dornj. J. K. ::1 loam Rount', ugust salary .. 40.00 '
.0. 4 roads IQ as lood concl! on'as -= l' =
3 T. ectlons .filed) same granted. other
|S-irtf'I'BUC.. H.BL C.:- Kellly.INOB-Borne J. B. Bewail.; Application of C. S..1I"asl Cook for pe butI l': A E FrOsch r, gust salary..,..:40.00 port;: of the same f I ; ; [ imimuimmmmimmmmiiuKWorld's '
x F Hinton. Au It asiary ...... 40.00.
f j. hna Whaler. H, T., to sell liquors, wines andbeer In ,ree...i.J ; Th .following 'b11ls. ere'aproredand : .
J I VANUTACTCB FJi-Frba.n, Glo C.; I Von 'diat et No. 10, having been 1' r. I"E Grube h d-w.re ........ ..18..64G rdered paid'out 0 the fine and I -
Apor T. V-i Coiirafl J., Xj B nodes. RRe'my 1. Chandler. ailway-fare and forft'J 'fund ------- -- --- -
t tilled according to law, and no,objec., ur : I. ---
.SDtJCATIONAL-Bardlna; J. B.j ., &., Hi tlons'flled,. same was' gra w.. 'I, I Ij sundries ... ......; ,;,.,;;. 1.3J, John ro ock. ff't'Ct'ot p sonera 38.60

: &u, ;w. vr.; qauti r. R.Jauid B.X i j:I Petition<<:>> of "Wm, N.:.Woods, for ,pet ,\ F T Budlf'!: ,'brl ge lanterns'....; 62.50 eyser crlm pros .. ....: '16.40 ;
.. L.:1SaEelby. J, CJJ Smith, roll to sell liquors wines and beer lit) \.n Hainlan h tuber,.. ...'.... .3.84 AtE T Sandel'l\, crlni'pr ......, 15.00 fFair: Rates

',. w'Ko1b. A. a. !'election district No. 10,r! was rewired! I.rman'l:: Co., ; sjipplles for Oneal 36.39-. ohock crlnl pro ......113.30 ., .. ,
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KM1ORATIOB I J a.-e H.k m Doni.'J.an.| ,1Utfrrner land' ordered advertised_" | ;it| M B Monroe, r d and bridge Ai Ma Un: 'rim pros; ... .. .... 18.75H M! I
; toraa. ,F.J.1 W.-. Talust\ | 'Petition of''Geo.. Zapt,for perm I t w ;'work".L., :.... ". .*' .... C9.74" P rannlng..rrlm p ..... .. 11941 'lThe

J CNTERTAINM trm.K od s.tJ R W.; sell liquors,,wines and beer In eld loci W P Hatch tt, 'addle .,t.,.... .on DpuSpiers, cram pr....... S.45 f
31' ?_.ton. H. C: **_et WIJi.,. C. Vbereethy. I.Jf ktautr.r' district No. 10(, was received and ;or! ,J R o'lIiea1! A guilt salary' :... .oofJRONeaIjfeed Wm H11I; trim pros ....... 4.14
,. j tt.: Mwtfl J.h*. \ dered advertisedPetition '. IH I pison"r.,158.00 R W tkinson, witness ...... 1.50 L '
,. 'a' -|yw jfcOyEBTWINO-TirtiUB.NB.F. a L. 11K ; tttde kwon.V .of John Collie for permit tjo Statement of land sold to the state Lion Hinson, wltnea .'...;.. 1.60 : .' I R. R.

: ; ; Hot 6 rtotioa.M. I1. \ sell llqnon, ,wines and beer In etlectloa! 'tor'tbe. taifs 01 .190:!, was filed by"the H F .ryant. witness .. !..,H 1,00Aion fN'

The fun flit cjt members, numbering district Na 10?, was received, ande; tax collector an I .approved bytheboard. 1litdlell. witness .. .... 1.00
II sty le gal H a* foltowi: 'vJackson. dered advertised. [;_ .J, :{ Application o C H 'atson'for permit -., Jennl Randall: wltnl'8 ..:... 1.00
w l'' ..o W. L Jr.atrovL It was ordered by the board thai the to sell kiqv Drs. wines "and beer. In Anni Williams, .! 1.00 Excu. :'!' ion, TicI;: ets now on sale daily

W.. M. I Kolb A. small bouse erected In .the rear of, tli| :t if'lect'on district No. 10, baring been Ram Vatker witness .. ....: 1.041 froiti' .
( J. ( King h.Lnmmus. yq ronnty Jail be'Kiven.to, the [ advertised I.according to t law,' and no Fnn Green, 'witness .. ..... 1.00 Jacksonville to':.. St.
;LbbFR J. K.. sae. as a feed h ule. sherIff| Jrt: (,|q I I objections filed!.same was'nanted. !4 Man I. Harrlsoa;; ltn'lI8 ...: 1.00 .. Louis and return

y4tN aea.. li.F, LaSalle L \The' foUowInf! Justices of the peace I, :The following." 'fire arm bonds were JO'IG: IDe Edger; witness .r:. 1.00I ,

a Brown. W. M. ,Leffler. CD.McDonali. filed' their reports of Ones, torte tdteltnd'enata received and, approved: I Flo CP Hollister, w1tncee .... 1.00 $40.65. ... .,. ;\ . .Return: Limit,.December 15th.
C' J. A.Uaynard. : for the month of-Angnstl'' J.W Grant w th A G Deltnre and J S Ceor la Elratn. .... ... 1.00J .,
: egb, F. 33-90 : ,. -... .... ..ReturQLJ1I 60
Zburdlne..W, W. t.; H, E; 'Woodall. S.. D. Mitchell W' P. demons as1su eties. .. J (ones. wltnj.... .. 1.00 days
a! (.Bylrngton, X.BradyJB. 'r Merritt. T Brannlng and Wm. Bj; Hilt' il''I I W W Brooki/ with H I Shaddle,and J C J Closs. ') .....:.. .1'' 1.00 ... 27.00" . ... ., ...i. . Return. tmltr5:days
I' \ .
Ur Muller. 0ileyers .- The clerk and county judge.J' pled W M Popes ..reties.T ., M Wilkie'witness. ....... 1.00E -
: [ aDey.B.X. l car., ii.Bsdge their reports' of'fines and' forte tntjea C Blair,, Ith J J.JOIles.and EDMriloy C Miller; Juror:.... ';"!'' ,1.00 The .L., & N. is t ie best J line to St. Louis

H. C. Uorse. Feed S. and costs foTxtbe month of August,,1 'as sure ;!es.- 1 1i' M R nnett juror ...: ..,;... 1.00J ;,
1 fcossier; O D.Sordine. Moors j.- V. The'eonnt x Judge and taxcollec j RD, Ra er. with Geo. H Snelgroreid A lndall juror ..... ;...... : 1.00E
J. X.rHackna. '1, McDonald. W. H.iMcKlnnon. Illed their JolntVport 'of llcensm issued F W Douglass u-sureties.R I J 1Jozfer Juror .:.. ...;...,' 1.00T For rates, "schedules and sleeping, car reservations

'I T.W. G. A, during the month of August. E: Seyle' ;; jrlth.C Schriebnlck! : andA )1 Baker, witness .. ........ ,1.00 ipply to J
.$laekman, ?. T.ttaflKW. \\Netson. Edwin bowing |.00 for: the State ands $7.00: I' L Haug'sureties. J J. IIv'; :wItness ..... .....,, 1.00 I
J. for the county. 'i'I J A'P Lane, irlth Jno S demons and
HMe Peek. Thrre being! DO forth r4ualnea.the J.M.FLEMING
: ,
; o
*. I : The.clerk sale j 1 1ep jf-R B.Cemoijs. .as snreUes' '"- board adjourn FI L Pau. A t 206 W. $ i '
Bay t: aekaogvt7le o. .
1 / ; ; Loni Fillg.
1 t1'W
tlled'bta.res4': ; .!I L. j '
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.L.'t tQUESTIONSry' t i- "

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EVELT'S.ACCEPTANCE. JH! .will thus be sees that +
a acre Y L p.tfurther
the crime.ofinuftier Is not conan'aD ) to :
north. Then an tm to .
L. Referring to Roosevelt's letter of partlcular, section of,the noun JT,. t thousand OMN
/ plant to the ten, and tit j
Tljeprofessiops.ATTORNEYS acceptance, which was 'given 'to the The ,stain of j I blood Is upon one s ate fruit brings
to the' neighborhood4
world add publlahed Monday'morning as much as 1 f upon: another, but his from .. _
I 50 dozen for Red & ... .
the..BayI nah Morning New, siys: very fact should be an additional incentive ) ,:
[information of nterest to the Fifth to zS cenia: Iece for Porto B,nsh ,.
i "'Kr: RooBerelt's letter of acceptance to renewed efforts on the i tart Prospective settlerConcern The per "
of plants fruiting
.1" liberal e: tracts from which we publish of, law-abiding; people to brlngjall the and'the I i is. '"
ng Miami Southern ponds upon the can and judgment J.ercl.e .
this mo- Ing Is remarkable for Its guilty to Justice %o that ,human life .as
_Patterson 6n length i nd ftfE;; the fact that he'prae- may'be;' protected and the law respected :1 Por; ion of bade in e1t culture, some grew l";

tlcrtly emcedes'that be U the chief! Issue .. and obeyedN I :,rl| I County.. "" hari.D.clUeCetlded in securing frJ .

;, 1 AT f LAS '. of the campaign. It Is patty I ; ..- I from 90 per cent .
WW.eeUoel..all eoirta,BUM sad FM nJ dearly: u long as a presidential message CROP c NDITION8.' I Ij .' 0"' "' I:. Lands.' j ;| .' ;
lyvcliU beWUe.lor eullitDIQu4 pscfectlra ahjd I about every subject'that Is j I' .' So many Inquiries ars directed to able as in any section of the CODtI 7.1 may M purchaMd frooi X 9*

.a TILL.r .. fl 1- likely] 'iccelve much attention dur- The,following Is the report)! of I the the Metropolis by;proepe cdvi settlers and afar more so than In-mat .loan| acre uji, depending"-proxtos* A,

OJoarvr. i 'Mlaal. Pl Ing .the campaign Is discussed., climate and erdp service, Weather But or homeseekers c conditions I THE: ,CITY'S 'FUTURE. ;. Ity to roads snd shipping point Ooosl ,t

8XAG08.MJO; "Mr. ooseyelt has no doubt whatever reau.: for thd.week, ending September exi.tlDlln this part of the country, Miami possesses all modern conveniences -i lands on root! road'within tulles e4

Pot. I that all of his sets. since he, baa \\\U and the burden of correi dence'en- of civilization as electric lights, Miami may oa|had for $50 an ncr*.-as4 :,
and Oran Pbars I to rains occulrred tailed thereby' has becot heavy water somewhat les; than'that sum ftrr "
Office with been President are well within hi. constitutional Showers .i,copious' t so works; sewerage, telephone system land
I Besldea e Mtn BUM I ,limitations, and are' 'above during the first; {half of the,week bverern that we have attempted i the following -I! free mall delivery three newspapers not immediately on a road. The saaMquality.of
; ;flMIAMI. (.the :Northern and W article to such Infor \laid farther
legitimate criticism. His action In the portions o summarize two t atlonal banks, one State away trosa
: I) FLORIDA. Panama affair his order Increasing tae Districts _retarding: cotton picking md mation' la most Important? 'and' to bank-etc..: It 'lIu miles 'of,beautiful transportation' lltlea'- can of eoura%.

'' where bolls weWfully opened< lint answer the questions most frequently streets of be purchued 'or ... The. land to K* ;
HE. J. K. JACKSbH, J&, pension burden his Interference In the ; native white stone It Is '-m
5 I anthrac!te aal.strike, his course In the was somewhat [damaged.- :The ,o tton asked.. It Is hoped by this means that practically the terminus of the Florida [promising In- appearance to those act ';

omc h' : Northern Securities case and In fact crop is pra41 cklljr-: made, excep in a sample copy of the pa per/of which East Coast. Railway, for though an ex- customed to the deep, rich[ soils .i
f FLORIDA., ,ave been the subject of comment crop. Some reports Indicate that cases, serve the purpose Intended bet- built, penetrating 'thefarming lands results can be obtained from M .;
were, In his opinion juat.what half of the crbi| .t8} now open,and that ter than a personal lettei:' Specific Information forty-five'' miles south' this is merelya ,fur In exeesJ of the returns reaHzei

QRf W. B. RUSH. they, should hav been! He doesnt the bulk of ltlrill\ )be picked ear y in may be obtained by writing II feeder to the'commerce of this city. from the .mode fertile! secUoos of 'tM

H' find thi.t ,be has done:anything since October. The crtp bas deteriora' dasby to any of the real estate jar other firms,: Here are located the steamship docksof .I country. Ftr':tillzer must be need bs4'' :.
,?Pbone 84.II '
Office MS-llth strep ,; rot! the returns '
IItri t.i he has been President ,that he would a result of and jn some caet whose advertisements appear In this i the P. '*: O- Steamship!Company, more'than Justify\ e ez.pendltnre .

Bepldellce,Y08, '' n't do i .gain under like circumstances. caterpillars,fltalp! l In the Southenj and paper; and,the best way[to become fa- whose lines are operated to Key Westto involved \ '.
I t "And I be Is certain'that the policies central Distrlctt' beneflted citrus rees. milltr with local conditions, progress, Havana and to Nassau.,, Immense)i People' of nergy' and industry\arr. :,,
of his'party relative to the Philippines, pineapples' aid I vegetables.SOU4'itEiN ., ,I. Industries 'and current happenings, wharves. etc., are being projected to, heartily welcomed, and the country** ;

r. w. BACKUS, J J1rRC' II the tariff, the trusts. reciprocity, the << DISTRICT.CaptivaroP. while contemplating renjovlng"to'this kJ'p'I "pace with the' vastly Increased development: i>elng peetkxny just be ;

3TPECT.I currency all are right According to prospects improved section Is through reading' the Daily i maritime business that must follow on I there i al room' for all to reap th4 ";:

Piano, Specificationsand Detail adz this letter there never yeas a President ;,, g'odd! ,.'.showers, tomatoes I ] eggplants or the Weekly Metropolis) former. the'deepening of the harbor work on benefits which must ensue.u the n. ,
Buildings, ofA'.l: Kinds, Fin eke peppers-add okra being pis nted which' II suit of such development Capital '
that so near'djtfng what was of which will be vent to any addressat Is now actually progressing. An find

Residences' a Specialty.AivL"iU right a kid. for the beat interests of the -HatUe E. Bernard.! the rate of $5.00 a i ear, $1.25, forty appropriation' of $300,000 bas been secured here most Prjfitable Investment whH.
Orrtc4p315. D.fCl Cutler,. Dad -> showers fall libor is in di
& Dally ; mand and
he does'and never a well paid. Peojl3
_, conntrj as political three months; the Week -a large IV from the Government for*,harbor -
L party. so'well'
:0. Og 'the, government u the Republican H. Richmond,4tf 1 1I J Ji year. East Coast Railroad also pledged to : buy a si all tract or land males: m

i \ party. t i Fort Pierce, < Br, evard-Pineatapl 1 s be- 'I ttodeBt"homt.} set out frutftrees. an4
.1 I ( THE CITY OF : IAlII. expend a like amount Thus: $600,000 ,
:: : ,' Civil.sttiotieultiaENGINEER.I f Thej Impression the" letter'Is calculated Inq/ ',plan ted;1 reius, 1'eryIenfllc to Sprang out of the wilderness eight Is how being used for this purpose and hvhlle waiting for these to rome frets '

; tb.mike Is that*the Republicanparty : young plants-' ::Ti J. O'Brien.I' yean ago; the rtllroad' avlng reached It Is'a moral certainty that further ap !iiparfcg. engfige in tracking are al

ought to be kept in' power .forever I' Hypoluxo]+' .Dade Plenty of rail put this point April 15.1896. Prior to this propriations'will be.secured until the' most witho it exception' successful.
So30Y 4u uLsL'Mui",1 F1 and that such he few days; some deed beds planter ; citrus And this success costs less
omc, ., Just a man as time one store whose ttade we.. principally harbor is in a condition commensurate effort than
'rreriei' mloijth.TCnt. Is ougl t always to be the occupant of iree"d i',elI-q.: A.AngeI In( with the India sand. stew, with Its'Importance from' In other parts of the-country; vhll4.
.E. s..y nw. I M : ; .. commercfai
I L luptter. ,rain the climatic
F.a.t Cm.td rbrid.R the VTilte House. r pade4-Plenty anq sunshine scattered families, eking out a precarious geographical ,sod strategist :ondltions render OUN<]OOC

-, "H& loesn"t, of course, find anything ; aomneapples, I being f fFOOTBALL f'sh!iped.. livelihood by wrecking and the standpoint-an Importance ,recognizedby work possib e every day.-iD the year, ,
that it good.In'the Democratic partyor H. P.Har 'Iln.I I with the hi alth benefits of -*
D. SEY3f0UIi, ( I II manufacture of 'eoontli; starchwere public men it the National Capital "' &IInile".lr

any hlng to commend in Its policies. .: the'only evidences of c! vilizatlon. On and by all who will'study the location life thrown in. At UU.MOM ';,
Anolrod at Law From hat he ws,, be inclined, to I : GAMES, time, people who are ecjoricz healti '
Incorporated :
I I't'-!: July,28,1896'Mlami wia of this port and its relation to Insultr
doubt that..U. wjrald do anything:"the '; a. a city, furnishing"perhaps the only and South American commerce'to find modera e success In their reseat'aljodes ,;
".' people want dope it/linn a chance, Schedule,0 dames to be Play by had )Better Uy Ii.l. ..
Instance on'record in which a" 'full "DOtblDC'ot ( u y am
ice at bb b to and r era Various' sajy; : the not trade that ,, I'
win Io or tha it is united! on any one.goes; ,. Florida Colleges. | There should be weighty ratios
Co.A. pputlnlar attends. Corp tiaa.M.rraailr j fledged city came Into existence with- must spring ,Into existence :.upon''the to tar 'i: :
Real:Bait. a.d Prat. iw..cats tlon.. I.::j I.---; out tIrit' having been'a town. Three completion of the Panama canal finance anyone to make a mon of sooM ',

1. rriu B.I1dl+c. x1AL'"sr "Th( letter has the flavor of Rooseveltlsni The'collegetaking : toys1 at Lake l CI yare hundred registered voter are requiredto At tl&Dee.t. _the map will show the Importance.j People 'who have cudcj:'
trom'.beginning t .eDd. Per- a,great, interest In the c ming fallirei elsewhere not "
; an likely to b.
.entitle, any common:ty to be. called most casual observer the possibilities
I It will to those of football season- and the, ojutlcok Is I -
pleasure succesaful
5 haps give very hen.
<< : Intelllgene
.l1om the
a city, less than that number constituting future holds for the Magic City. '
his admirers who have time and Inclination bright for ia champlotmctp team: saysthe :
an as essential to :
: good :
Attention ,a town. At a meeting held for 1| SCHOOLS 'AND CHURCHES _
( to read all of It, .but it Is altogether : .Times-Union.: ,.,, tan* hen at to : of
the of Incori (oration, three ),Miaml has anotherpart t
purpose of
one the beat
ant ,
r.. publta
tad t to call ,
You wilt 101ll' too long to be an effective cam- A has becfti Issued for can Idatesand : globe. J'i I'!
to call on me pefore inTea ng.. paign j document'aDd is too labored a 'about f jfifty |jnen have report' sd for and,,.one-half months after the first schools in, the State embracing both If it Is desired to to ..i4 I
hones and room to train reached Miami. 144 votes were the common and high school engag
Furnished defense of hlsadmlnlstratlon and his duty on the .fieM. Among the 1: st are COUf'IL farming to the
Real ba 1K UB in real estate. cast. The phenomenal growth of this The buildings are larp'aDd well ventilated raising of wheat
: : + with
tixe*. artyto: do his cause much"good. many blg.jl v:1tn n ft sufficiency tr Gab peacSesp .
Insurance ,
{ grapes
city and couatry ,of fast backs early period has been+ sustained and then is a competent eWp
collections, ,etc;H r attented to 1 i ? throughout r the elg6t.years:: of theclty' of teachers >A Cathode convent Is to other products of the temperate..s.Qce .% *
have a special license author zing :WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. Following' Is the schedule for the J j be erected 'w 'lUJDIDer which must east his lot some hundreds'at '
all.rinds legal t: ansICTS season j I history.POPULATION t ; win miles to north
me to prepare -- ETC th4; and accept UM *44 :
Low fees.. of] ; : provide ,lnatraetloa. for boUt ,aexei.There ,
; of real estate : University, Florida vs. \Jnl crafty that Is
c"Ci Karl Komzak; of Vienna, Austria Miami has present resident part, of the legacy of/laad de.
at a population are also private schools
Prompt attention. [ of Alabama,*In;Tuscalooea, Oct her L ; a musical where they
k C. CARROLL: reputed to be the greatest leader of University of Florida'\11.. Aub rn, In of,between}4,000 and 5,000 In conservatory, and art school' so Neither Is tills things caa be grow; I

I) NoUrypublicGnidute popular'music In the world, Js '2NA'.O.let2: aM3rd.unt.. the Exposition orchestra at the University of] augmented'by the ,addition' of 'hundreds supplied. ', Then in about thirty |There ,Is a no-fene* law" which Is a
Florida vs. University
Fair. of Georgia! in llacon, October! T .' of iidtora mostly; of the wealth flourishing schools in the county great hooch] to the settler/of Unite'
Reliable then
means, and
worJ" -, University ofi,Florida vs. A. ind M. lest classes, who come to enjoy: the ,1(Every religious 'denomination ,II is vry little tiro'rtockta _

L Optlcla* representative collection of sap Mississippi' Starkvllle Oct >ber I. Ideal climate' and, the nest fishing In represented, and the following have the aunty- On the otWr :....,

W.C: MAVNARD. from the famous' Toco Gulch, University Ior'([ Florida va., t eorgla the 'world. To acommodate these handsome church buildings: Pi sbytirian. band If Iqs desired /engsgs to u..e.
culture of
#p', "...Do Jr."j'10 roe&-O.' ... mlne.j Fergus County,.Montana, la exhibited I Tech. in, Atlanta, October 17, ..lIlton. there .are i umerons 'hotels Episcopalian Catholic M. E. citrus, frult
.'.f slued in Montana's. section -in the, .t University offFlorida; vs Stetsc n UniversIty and boarding houses, principal among Church; M. EL Church, South, and tropical or serpi-truplalfrutta, '
II. Qtua icoraleli : Palace of Mines and Metallurgy at the in Jacksonville.' October' 24. which lIthe Hotel Ro] al Palm, an Immense Baptist the growing of,vegetables lit the season :,
Itteto ; Qocks| Jewel rJ.1t I ; SOILS of the year when all other part .
Fair. ;, University of Florida tae orida banding; 840 feet long 300 feet J; AND PRODUCTS. '

: -' State College: in Lake City, :JNo 'emberUniversity wide and five.stories high\ with accommodations j The principal Industry' n ,this,section :jcf the com try are In the grip of ...- ::,!
l lt lter '
:; this se offers .
J D ; ;; on/ decided advantages
(}EO. aTntlNA AD'exhibit of lIves is a feture 7." 'I! for 800 great.I ; beside* lob- Is the growing of.fruits and. winter '
t f over another .
+ of the; Sacramento Valley exhibit in .- 0 Florida VI Stetsdi n t'nl- bies. ;rotundas,.dining frrfoms, offices, Vegetables for the Northern mar- es/ porUoa'or tH.
UnltM Sta
: s.b4h I4l.te loa84. a apocoiNUT4GBOVE. e ttr the California section In the Palaceof 'I,, Jacksonville.'Thank r'giving etc. It Is set In twenty acres of tropical kets. .Tomatoes, form the staple crop' ',I

"a.rnri.t aa4 FL.4.Ae Agriculture at the World's Fair. day.; 3 I' gardens beauUtul1) beyond descrlp- but there are large quantities of othwvegetables' ... HERBINE .

/ .1; : .- .be schedule]: is not complete as the tion.. There are several other, hotels grown u tomatoes, Renders tl a'bile more fluid and that ,31

I A giant photograph, seventy feet Georgia and Alabama teams wil i likely smaller than the Rofal''Palm to M. egg >plant, peppers, beans, etc.- The helps the blood to flow; it afford ,

J p NN long and eight feet wide*,,the largest play the Lake City boys return games. sure, yet larger and wIth! better,service planting season extends from about prom /re let from .biliousness todfe

fJ' 1 .l- :...J.Q.... amen production that was ever ha< lej' The: Stetson; University :>leT;n has than Is 'usually found'In'townsof, October I 1 to'. January 15, and the. bulk getlo dIn TBal-fv .,1i J

r,: I ...... M NM- !I. exhibited In the American pho o-' not completed: Its schedule', bit will twice the size. At this' ;writing' another of the shipments are sent North from gees D, ark and nervous headache ian
> c.IIIII .1IItIL. graphic section of the Palace of Ubei al play a large number of games.'snd will flvfr-etory hotel j la In process of November until May, although., there the. over Indulgence la,food and*
: tt Arts at the World's Fair. It represents contest with the Lake City the erection. v being'practically no difference tithe' ,
.. ]] drink. Herblne acts quickly, a do..
.' SIr.laBsT. ,I1 I. r> a, "scene In the Swiss Alps ,and'the y t State championship.-; 4 The' population Is IAItD I rock peaks and masses of ice and snoy i! \ 4 YBJfor cry State In the,UDlcn furnishing Its gathered any day in the ,Ut. : eogdition ,,
are strikingly realistic. 11 J. Plans are now'being the quota of hP ntailves. An undesirable Vegetables are.' grown usually the' a good. In a few days. i '

KLElSftWEOVsfM; : ,-- I main r exhibit 1 building of :\ foreign element ls unknown.' prairie lands, whhich are free from R.O.R. L.Checotah CaJdwell, agent M. K.,A T- ,i '-
QWS| f't4..t.Aa' 11 I The process of making turpentineand' Florida ) It, will 'be < monster :r Umber and are composed of,a kiD 'M: Ter.write. April

rosin Is, shown In the Georgia section Itrueture Falr.f; j feet long and : 00 feet Writing from @rio M experience marl. -= / i it 18th 1-wu sick for our t,1

|:w ARE YOU GONG of the Palace of Forestry, Fish wide. It, wins]be built in the TampkBay after visiting Calif la and other sections t r.j;:Fruits are grown on pine ands,; and yean.1903t! enlargement of the mm liver 'ffi
doctors did .
I ', ands Game at'the 'World'l' Fair by a race course grounds, on'the west ''where cllmatli conditions are which ,,are slightly higher than the, ;The as 4

North ;or. We t ? plant consisting of"a miniature pine' ern side where It .will not irewith' considered at their beet, we can unhesitatingly prairies;and In the section very rocky, good I had given up an hop off )
being cured, when my
1 druggist
a advised
forest and a PUll' < races; Held sports and other say that Miami has the most This rock Is a peculiar coral: ormation' ']
events, to be bald on the grounds I dur- climate me to UM Herblne. It ha* mad m.
perfect winter In the United containing ,a great deal if/plant food ).;, ;;
*i-' 1Mek EDITORIAL;COMMEN1S. ,'", ing',the Fair.i Work'oD, the building States. Cold is almost unknown even u evidenced by the fact that In many!. soind and- well. 50 cent at Red Crass ,

Lcnisiille & Uille _. ___. 1 I win be :begur* shortly aDd;' It[will beready the, slightest frost! being very'rare.. places'orange and otherfruit trees an Pharmacy I-t-; J ,

( 'The ,Norfolk Landmark: says' :: "Our" for the},tnsta'latlon pf !jeihlbltsas The warmth of summer; is tempered to be seen bearing thriftily, though In accordance' with the admrtlsa :,.d
I soon aa thy begin to come In. In the .breeies'from the Atlantic apparently standing solid .
by cooling ion a plate
j ._)iroadOften minister; to Cuba, Mr. Sqnien, reports this various counties meat pub,shed In the Sun forty bond
the making
building -
and the highest! temperature of this rock. Being of a
porous or
nnexoeiljNlipaiseii rulce. to pie government that he ,was ,much I of the Espanola Lumber company. osT
: exhibits
general will .be J allotted i
recorded by the government thermometer honey-combed tare the roots of'
trains ing limn disturbed by what he saw when be principal t Prairie Creeky wblch'went)) Into ta*
Hodem ,
,_ op-toH1 Purr_cl"i'ellnlnc 'reeref :- went to Matanzas to attend a banquet space/aDdhe 1 ammo\ during the summer"months Is' 98. 'the trees are enabled to penetrate sit I hands of |a receiver several ''days agsi; :.j,
( leepers exhibits be
and special will 'and'draw;
HEALTH. [ ample atenaDee from
/ what
$ "Dd'dIDI Installation of the and which
; can In honor of' the waa sold at public wctlos
: :
'' .
finance ,
if >twefn! aortb e.F; land soothe | cities waterworks. On the ,banquet table dated., The eommlUer of heFall The city ranks at ODe" e first ID. 'would appear J be a very DPromll-j: last month:'were sold In front of that*

fiiest dial! igrcar service in, tb there was no article from the United now hasall: the.funds necessaryIn the United States In point of.health. lug source. ;thIS rock, ,try court hoi He door.In this city Monday

t-'' Sooth.',The Sates except the flour 'In the bread.\ ,sight land \,!jthere can be| no further' There Is, entire freed; >m from calaria, makes a beautiful and durable bulldiDlj at 11 o'clock |>y P. M.JOIlrer. auction-
i.All Agents Sell. 'Through' Tic eta 'rill'' Do not condemn the Cubans u i,- teas doubt of the prbject.-Tamp great and glorpus ri 1Ue- and thesp are no "pn$vafllnr diseases". I material and,, the new eer. The bonds, which'wen valnedaft.000
....,. of the Tribune.: Those sjpments whlcl are common to and jail u well as several residencesIn !
grates. They are evidently doing Just ''' ))0 jj I K ?ache: were held by Dutton Jfc

.f L'H& N. what 'we should do In their''plane. I:jg"CE., J all pHt. of the't.ri stem tobe; i the. clQ'. -bunt: of this stone. are Co., as c lateral recur. y on martnf :1

Schedule. Seeplig'. UrRaservatlorj Though the waterworks were. Installed here robbed.. In part, of their power. as much admired by all visitors It also advanced to the Espanola Lumber COL. ,
Rates. the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
Tor In '
: I Apply to| by' a company composed principally of' they usually, appea In ;.a;;mild form : tha finest road material In the for opera jive l leipense* and other ...- .;
{ citizens of the United States; the mi- ,Circuit:of Florida ITo in jot or Dade and rarely leave th bad effects which l II and Dade county leads 'ill other poses an, wen bid In by Attorney W. :

", ,J. MlFIemlriR_ ,. chlnery was purchased by the eompuly County: ., follow In the wak)of like disease In the State in.mileage and con- W. Ham ton I for Dutton_ A, La.' for ,
.s r MI. "Was arses. from German manufacturers.. It ls, In Whom It jMay Dce elsewhere Scarlet, ever: and diph- dlti n *of her highways.e 15,000. ineeville, Stan..
tat Take notice1: That it is.:my IntentionMinor -
II ,JWk.Fta, order, we suppose, for Senator Fairbanks ", theria are unknown 'while typhoid fruits 'cultivated are chiefly -I ';
:. F to suggest a bounty on all exports to apply to |the HODor&bte' S. fever.. is rarely heard-.oft It Is a.desirable grape-fruit oranges' and pineapples. STOP THAT COUQH. 3]

DE of manufactures from this country Jones, jadge/] of the Circuit I ourt of. place* for those<< l suffering from Guavas mangoes- avocado' pelts. and When 4 cough a' tickling or aa Ir. 4

:' .DVoPEPTlC ONp to Cuba. the Seventh Judicial Circuit ojt Forlda.for. lung troubles, asthria., catarrh and limes are largely ..produced but beingIndigenous ritation In the throat makes you fel jI

1_, 'he ersetsd_ eN t. DIGEt -"": .an order for the adOPt, on of a certain : simmer diseases which are prevalentIn to the country, they thrive I uncomfortable, take ,BaUard's Bons- 3

p The Columbia (S C.) Record says: minor child, towit: Alv 'B Jet- colder climates. Many persons affected with little 'or no"cultivation Citrus!:h F p. Dont wait until the ..

OU Sms,Rested n.., "A news Item the other day, placed trey:, That|said applicaiioa will,be with,these Uli have come here trees require from three to five yean I DdS gone beyond control. Mr. -t'4

ECZEMA, .. Mlsslppt .at .the,,head of the list in made on Monday tie thin day.ot Oc and have been cnre 'or greatly bene- after planting to produce fruit.- Pine Sind. |J.'Al: Andaman 854 West Kk +

ABSOLUTELY CURED regard to the number of murders committed tober. A. D. |904. at tea ojclock ,in the fitted. .Of course, this Is not the case ppV
during the year. Her fearful forenoon.or u soon thereafter.as counsel In ever, instance, 1 eople die here, as resembling thicaetu,'and which :"We think Ballard's Horehound Syrup

: HERMIT: : SALVE, record will be passed by, New; York can be heard., f they do everywhere else. No country are propagated by' setting slips or :the best medicine for coughs and esMsvI = '
II*..lei CENT*aOL OSBORN.'Applicant I
attdy.nnr..raa. 'r....... City soon from, all Indications, r Nine (Signed) .UA.: has yet been dlscov end where people suckers, bear fruit'In.II months after I We have\"usea'it for'several yean: It "
ow J'.u R..drrf,..,..1-.1rormlIEYtm' homicides have been committed -In f j Miami ?!&. are Immune from rerth and disease. planting.- In this 'aectloo'thl7, an always g ves'tomedlata relief, to very .:C,;.

.J that city in about the same number of A. E. HEtSER .1-j .I At the smmi time ilt may be ,truthfully grown In the open then being BO necessity plewnt'gl a perfect aaKe. n..f0..4'A.. .,i

: days, and BO arre.ta ban been' madeIn Attorney for Applicant said that the conditions tending for, protection 'from cold, and .. We.iinacy. and lUG at Red Gross fturt -

.NSttea SHrta zed mL/1 r+ RIgAt ,any'of them according_to,our un. This:Angnit M. A. D. 1904. 10 general healthfniieBi an'M favor-jl,,then Sa. thus a saving of about .'00 ; I ,

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l I especially;l 1qui.ana" _rnd ,Texas, l*'.tericy: :, In old ; ;; 1 + > rathe" <**!
1 1 lncreuing. who 'begins !j'
steadily I' % t l&ai
I Are you : t the Mot #
fflfAflLETROPOLIS ] '*
Don't,forget that Hon{ N. BOo Browward U not. IIJ1I : Mormon rot I f*
f Democratic nominee* for Cover There .# 1 X. ."
a.I.....ever* v nape 5..481' nor. accompanied by: Ho4. R. .W. Davis ,I It : {really: been ; : 1i1
A **+
." : u.n." and 'probably: Hon. Danitto.H. lays. I t ({Mr. Roose ,/ .

F. ItTU & GIN } will be here !Saturday: I morning Viand In a speech of Col. Sli>f3 k J&tf l
Voters of Miami and v.tln.1 her Bald I The Mor-
the :
M. I. [DUMIJM.erlMrI: m w. address r
*+*+* Ity at Horticultural Hall} Let.aMauni.1 "During.'. 1 !;to have an
Di. Poctoifto M KUmI,Florid* :
b.r.DNila t MMeondtalMI mttter. out and give the seaman statesman a e average | matter I

rousing reception. about $ $ interests I
?34I.$ n.ateera .w.p.p.t peia.ied e1b4 I .
ears It hu
main fwd o!W Onft.d tltate..tlbti 1
.o.t Bonthern ra11w.. .rmta i.; The. rag up the stree in one of IU ,: : : "

t Tar by Mall :. ....:.i4 p raised; date or faked tel grams yesterIU J : have real ,

.Lt I_.... ....a t...:.. l! iNTyree day,alternoon says'in I head "War: fe : qu '. t | .Mormoi

.,.. .,... { ....L L20s' will cease. and Russ an Jap will take ',, theywil ,

Weety ;by Ca rler....::...... dl a rest until spring."' ilaybe so and j' ear bf the S e of' It' g siTbe
maybe not \'ullts a tea to one chance :"Tbere IB if the pea:

that It the KecaM:: will.'atch the A.wv- stravagan'c << extatenc '

1 Dma6de known elated Press dispatches for the next e annual do thel

applesUoa. YTELEPH few days it wilt see that the "Russ .and rhlch the : \ for Mi.

I NE, 61.3R r : Jap" have not''rested b) any .means. assuming ; ,
0 CE; ) ETR POLLS BUILDING ." It.tq be 4..J;! "
Unless the murders, fa nlly feilds and i I..f"* 'Reform \ FISH. r _.,_,. -, ..
132 and 434 elfth Street, 6.C--. .. .
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!Inore -- :
Opposite Dull House lawlessness of Baker unty: ceases lIece: in ,. ..
that' unty'YIll soon hiiVe'an unenvi- J''scale'of' : .
SEPTEMBER is, 1904. able reputation the rou try over like :Convinced of I ) a floun 'above illustration: wi 1 give you a fair idea of how

T .- unto aany Breath the taking lit county of a,h ky man, :where life Is with ofno ,, pie your..duty' If lf:1, but'It 4J: handle your job. I 'h'ave plenty of skilled workmen -,

VTBAIGBT DETIO TICKET more value than a pissing thought I, '' : i : + the flounderi adul. "'"* and can give prompi* servic('.' (

Florida wants none of this. They|hundreds .:statement !
: recognli- T.'WILI.1Il3 +
For Ideal a4 of gxU law-abiding people of Such < : NGLETON,

ALTON 1'ARIi EIL Baker' county should see" thatsuchpersona ,concern: to t [ family glrll: an u co : : :Ea.: : .."

] For VI PteIdentI u those who are blighting the ;will 'the # / bn Box 473. .: nv"America JM:1&n1. "2a..

BENBT G. DAVIS. :air name of county: and State with disorder "year I lder pe pl, I j :!
rat halted States Sena or and crime: are made to 'behavethemselves :mains in 'i
JAMES PALIAPSRRO. br suffer th< extreme] legal i. The / ; : appearance .

I I pot -' penalty.; ,1 i. .this $582.000 'I \ wonderfu.- -.Ii 's M-I;} Perfect \Vhed2f
icLARB. the Federal
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j J JJ itJ !oNlble'for: -
Tar Some ninety years ago, the salan 1t.oJY-eLieiI : lpec- .M l .
NAPOLEON B. BROWAED. followed Napoleon's'diminishing to pay our, : '
army : br:; The : ,
1+bx d, StitesH.O.AT legions from Moscow Jo the confines of dividual Is >> Fl.aoycJe.
on sunn:; ,
-J Jf
WPORQ'tor their country: ; hanging cm their flanks another.; : t a. Sue!

Au. Isy Gaga! and giving them no rest Hundreds of The taxes : alive In .,hiffers'from' the biqjcle. Pushes one-fourth j
,: .
wY i LLIB.' thousands of Napoleons soldiers, laid are collected I .
I ; examine)
ptroUirC down- In. the snow.never,to rise again. that ,the ; low-powe ,,0 easier, and, is propelled the same way. 1

CR001i.rbr today: the Russian U Hi ng On eachflank sure, and I :j ". "The ]less the friction:i the easier the push. 4;
The :
Tlwstttltxa'I hang the soldiers of Japan] come high do ordln. ,

I wlG' 1QtOTT. rear guard U fighting Hard. Russian except that : : ;emerg The ,Racyde ,has less friction, on its. Crank: Bearings
left a.Psrfatad t d Public Lagse. soldiers are falling by thousands)! The Is 'taxfn<< th vertical! ,
: :; .
tables have been turned. Will history exp.ndJ | ,: than any otteri bicycle.Plumbj "

wit. u. ILLOWmT.er repeat Itself! Napoleons; downfall. be- What has ; their" Their eye: t. I. ;'

ci Agtlaltore Ian with Moscow May: not the once and. for !;" the head. 'g *

11 MeuN. great power of the Russian. ,mPlre tori. account I ;the'bod:;
y Commfadoner dwindle away In the same manner? people paaltion to > I
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JOHN 1IORGAR Who knows? tJ : President j remali I :have- an up-to-date gesti.blishmenl in
rear Chemist ; the United .

t t g The Galveston New ra..t'ehy' the peace-loving j : ;; 'still like, vet or- connection;with mj Bicycle Emporium, and amprepared'to
1fi fact that Galveston is no* -i '
to the .
DI f the do Call and
I t> see me. '
leading 'cotton'market! of the [old,! :' end apart :
'"I I cTICISr.U for,
having last season taken first j)1 ace,!, Intrigues- : : :; : "
&natpv, from New Orleans with receipt! of and as, big : striking'' of- $ ; }

F.. 3L HUDSON. 2.408,031. against 2,008,351! for thjp jCrts-j There Is, w1 : ltlon of tbe ,J.McIDONALD.t; 0,

.) tW Re taUnf cent' City. Following1' third place'comes' J!: ,If. for no I CJ' r,the othe 1'i' "' f .
f W. KING.Y'or Savannah., wltnj] U68ttl bales ;
overto, the .J -
b Jadle which wilt be doubtless Improjredj! on: less XptII "takes t.

A. S HETSER this season:, Norfolk Domes next': 'lth ., In mom .

". p.cui Proi tang Atptrne) 479,642 bales. .'then _1tmlngtor with, 'BE 1'I j around tbe I/'LENOX' Tlie Shoe that pleases every child and
3:1,234 Mobile,with i.j6.jCharleston[( gives them Comfort.
R BEET R TATWR. !t !}' : ]: It'moeS : f
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Pensacofavwtth'l41.368 .
For 'I I Corrector with | ". ,This shift '
', T. N. GAUTIER. and Brunewickwith, 92.786,, ,. ::As j w11Ieeen.the.receipts tx level,4 Itt*you. /; j i.. scum- have over twe ty-five different style in 4his '
i Assessor of,[(Savannah wen W CHILDREN'SChild SHOE and )) '" famou..1
r IPbr OEO. x BUTLER more than'those of,Y9rfolk, WJlmlng SullIVan.1..This,U; thT : : position be. upright, 'e with MFORT-; can easily

.' TteuuretH' ton, Mobile and Charleston'combined I. .
rqr d heavyweight1 oblique
tr' R ULERSON.Fci .1, I of St.: j which tbe It is the'Oi yShoe'spccially

.., Superin dent of School, The red.rag to task"up yeslerday the street afternooi took;/thMetropol's newlboys..t/ I ] in- Designed to' Fit Their Feet. i

R HALL / The' form ] the'time

Tor Qer cIrcult Court for stating that' It wag rumored "Be ;( : the Stanford & Co. [Opposite Express Of ce. ,
EARBOIt fore Day" club exists n this city;an< .
E. c L and when th ,under J i
classes the statement is a fake. Ther -'
f :
't afte
; F SberiQ ; arrival theyj ;| ever
was no fake about'Itsaid The Metropplti> then .,.
', (JOHN FROBOCLFor' Interest his cease .
In plain'words that rumors of tb< '
.' Coat Commlulonerst of the d sinks .to .- -. .
existence of such a club,were i:urrenti "
M JOBNs,' They tbee ;
and advised an lnveatl : :
E IJUlCK,' 'jruldieither'bverifled peared. : are right-
A. WINFIELD, port that the-rumor: the ""Boys,7 t :I: J .; In thi
'false and law
:; ::3OHzEWELI4E.G. .or proven want t eye:movei 1OARDWAR&URNKTURJ
., ,, ELL abiding colored ,residents' of ''he cit through life < eye move :
vindicated: from further ant
I For hooi'Board racer level and th ;i .side be-
on, their 11f |
', i SIMS, i pointed: at } i ,left-aide

." : i )iw.W. PARRISH,, It were, and false1.',the Metropoll This was feels II-there'm're was' g "As: I sal ; prevail -. Ju$t;Received. Dirge i Assortment of ".. :' I

BURDLVE. Hi"".. "If you spe .
/ all fair minded colored people l-
leveL .And : and '
I The New''Yo Ie Motet' that cbargf'B: cur In what_Fu said. education.," I 1 "rlghl! Wic er Goods.

;$125 dar, for me of its rooms must! jlll.COlt Sujllven. 'i r in'about, : Lee Ins

;pIIVe bePli I'built ,f a :st... Louis m f; TO'YOtTNqjMEV.This '--f i lesple manager; who of t ,Come and and we can -

a li borne 6t the l mHltIa'De ,.whoJhad .Is a busy age. {alt Is "e established '

re 1 feet at M ; Jl1 probibi lr fnr 1111.,;' "e., "' I i-.. tAr I...(BE> ot .-Jf-' loon".t" .,. : "For Save' you Money.j .
S and i fast .U ..i But,, :. .
;aver col feet he the. time lo i the "t.Fartu ( p end a.half hall I ,
jroungfman II 'fo ced to Ive extravagantly. says
i ext:ma ,BuYen comes .rou id.I : { !' Roosevell t
1 .-' He Is his own master:_ If he W. WATSON
I H- i
1 Ilige f.l.dlnc. his Utue making wastes his,opportunities and his sutl, MORJI0N lst Mr. ,
Lance<<; he bee,no one to blame but himJlow t ( 13th-st.
bes for R yell Incidentally r 1 There is > character: r. Avenue'D, and ,Miami. Fla I
". using the tb? Secretary of' Agrlvlulture ,self. the 1 I I.
Wilson might 'lakea: trip ,to I 'many of our young men' spend City: .that ;: Popu .1

tesu I.tl' see bat the boll ,:eevlll.1 their earnings In frivf lourf pursuits,r< the; port of .---,- --- -. '-- .- r ...:,
"if gardlpra of the rainy day which IB sui )f.,his r ce ,:
aye;done to .h I, Guatemalan ants. [
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many a political c says::
i to 'tomeT'lto. of them real!): e
j jI announce
The Record lined the word: "fake 71 I that age will come DJT and by and. ers by whlc: .
'J .
In the I John ,
after We surpriseduch' with 'We win, come penury and w t1l1t seat ? ;:,
est ntar oon. are j} that Utah is opposed
snares' In the !
a word ,c< uld be coined ,In that 1 1.j 1 There are many '
men. If they sre win to give tb I no part It NobySuits.
: ifflci .afer'the: continuous daily dle-1: of our young bull Roosevelt :i Mr. Grlggi,

:.j 'lay. of'. ,la dip >d and 'ralsed-date,. .. line;;j'If thrifty they and are'savelher.earnin there are sews I {; McKlnlej .
"' ron page. I"{will be'no such thing as f.1 fey n ,. i How mn .followei:

;'1. The 'frble I ar on the ral1roada'f their old age they; will not 'b o this story. ,41 : of, be Iloctte-per. ,.

side of th' I ;
superfluous tbp tae.
made In some quartersnot lag on .
f k-hlcb, li being : '
leaders, bu !! 1 'either the I
Our largeicltles over. opportunittes! Winter'y' r
'deceiri ig the'country pfesii.Jany "For Fall and
; ti
tha : accepted; as I party; .
boyS.and'younic men -
"jfor : t
#, of the p; pers have already'diet canibt ,
Covered! I the tnlmus .bebiiid 'it, andIhey ,be found In the con try but 'There \ ![ -I -
Clarkson I '
iaW of which '
full pitfalls
are'not e .w In jJolntlng out the } This Cut t
:, [ men must avd.lf! tli rlw&ft bad several f ,says,:, "AI- represents
their :young I I
act to re en. gosh
!to succeed in life. I takes ti, resolute mon ? !! I the Latest,Design.\ r?
= '
: I A' leading Nfcw York life insurance'\young>> man to with"and' temptation. understand j ::r'ear' 1903-.I J

4 company' : recen Ij paid policy of the r[but If he lives a moral life and saves ers_latitt//f > .opera.1 .,.
fare vafbe of $< .000 Issued in 1813, The.i;his money the day will come jwben Ji te; president'al ? ) ern 'n.'I1I1',;. Prjces, : i
I COIIJ : : [ in '
l beneficiary- received $ ,l'5" and the be something and have something
d, &moollt'' would have been considerably fall! his companions who spend thli I : [ staple'am, I $10.00;$12.00. .>, $15.00. (
,. transitory'pleasuress. will e d ctureWhat for chi f I '
larger had the holder allowed his ad- Jn ,of\en : ; -

I dltlons t to accimnlate,! It Is a wU.I!wish they had profited by bls.example,l In :of,raw'cot. Serges ... e
'sak tlon u only 89. ,
man who keep hi* life Insured. flow often: have we heard, .It ;! !.i.
that Mr. So and-So Is a One young man 1 record. i prerlou: Worsted

The flee frbm Texas and other that. !he. Is a man of,Integrity and 6ai i 1 cupping: al I j ; Nodi
road under Inv !.... ajra'ps;
:X Southern Btat bu about"foned.: ,Indian money: In the, bankfHow f |r.e I Homespun.. .
committee : '"
t and Japanese rice-out of the Dar.:!are of such a man. How war point;.to, 1.. 1. In ,spin -"

. ,' F Icets, ot Cabs "The time :''is tut"ap.. him ..as'an ,exampl4.ot'what ,othenUhonld I Lake City: i !. gra ou ae 1
proachlng wh n the Ameincas'people, beu I -T I.; )ingthein, ; ; | rtrikra.' th RHODES '

;' will not_flnd.t. necessary,to bur: rice,t I There is,no
from abroad [because. the: production[there Is a brood ,Mvng and a compeft -.;out\ by th< : \ .", '
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f. i : ,, :!: SURE I _ASI ::2- &H 1. 'I 2 MAKE" 4 ;

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. .. .of everything for ; < : I Can SaskeYou;I i
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\ tIIe.builder .WI! ,I I, 1 I '. 1 _

SASH.Doors i' .: :l'.! and I do' '; 1

,, you not have to buy .:. .:. : t .

Blinds, i Ki IP;*'t "SIGHT U N.S E E N .. ,'

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;:: Builders'- Hardware ;_ ,.il.I.I; I :, simply. ask -you t 4_ come' }:;and ", 'see"I' -.for I yourself.- t _. Q .4 I ,' .,

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If bunding I" fr. i1 1'i' 11. N es s O

: Fignrt ii nS you' re ',. .1 I I,' i l ,.1.. I
aaytblag ro a house to a hay rack 1 4 t ': : "
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!Jl.t : I H.' M. KINGs W: F. MILLER &: bo. ,, r 1 I [I.VDO NOT, : TAIL,JO SEC ]I '

.. I (Successors 10 EMa Ac&ou.), I I

t$: I Undertaker and .Embalmer. l THE UNDERTAKERS WHALER'S' ':JEWELRY STORE

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Avenue D : j Sireet. -
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i 1300 I F' 413-12th Street Phone 25. \jChas. .. .

': 'I. i TNt.f' --- [-mlnal' dock where! ahe wUl'be hanled Ingraham.. also of the Wand 'The,F.:E.f4bouseboatlaunc.; d 'I'Boyd' and her_two lovely The 1900 Repubudhn .majority ia

I \ DAILY MIAMI' IIETR POLiS.THURSDAT ., 11 Joct and repaired for next aeaaon'aI City. Tuesday from, tie ways north of the! I daughter Misses I Billie and Rosebud Maine hu been reduced' by over 1.000voteat
arrived from Bartow
last night to make the election this week also resulting -
SEPTEMB .IS..1904. :work. During!the progress of,: the lire this terminal docks, i y as towed up the river ,I their home In Miami. They have leased In;'a substantial gala .by the !
t to the freight dotk of the F. >fl. c Ry.
morning and while assisting In removing Mr. Cro slagd's elegant,new home Democrats,IDth legislature
well known
C. C. Chllllngaworth. the
j this morning by the, launch
Hyepua '
MAIL SCBIDZ1 Cams goods from the Watson store room, on Fourteenth,'street and u soon u :
Weat Palm Beach attorney court downthla'mornlng 1 has his left eye red where she will ,or i provisioned l and furnished they can get It In' readiness.. will take ,, -

Arrtvs North.J on legal and. 'bualneaa. -' palnfunyjcntby! his er+'I__.break for the accommodation of the aome' boa-rders.:' Mrs. Boyd and her excellent -

?!" w''f. L IlL : ing. Blood ,flowed freely from the' engineers In their survey of the keys family:will be given a cordial I BUSINESS LOCAIS.er15
{ I mad such of .the coast,foi the proposed exten- welcome by their former friendsof !
5 and ; the Inj worse many
:J Class for p.-IlL Mr. and Mrs. J. S.. Whitney, of 1 Key than It really waa!'J1Jk j lion of the road I o Key West'She wt1JPI'C1 the Bartow col u'wblcb; they >fE1S:1Pfh47l...ii5it1x1Bt1X'. .
I ;
who hare been hitting for
West blY''Cl't first next
t 0UL., '' : I .' ai ay the of are notable"acqulllltlo." Col. Boyu Fine omce rooms for' rent la the
at West prim Beach,:werejpaa-I week with '
; I\ her party,on board and who
-1:11 p. 1Do, this morningon Louis;Becker, who has recently re- will come to Miami about January first ,Metr polls building.
:- aengera retarumghome will begin operations the north :
on end -
when tax i
turned from New Yo k'I'&J. he thinks his term of once as collector ,
J", ._ the:"steamer, Martinique. more of |hla county_than eter before, of Key Largo., :1 for Polk county eipjres. a position he Seca W. L..flu gh try,1005 Avenue D.. ,
i since being up there and seeing how baa held for Lieutenant ,Houston Myo the I Today at thehome'of-thebrld'I 's
2 TOWN TOPIC hard It \ta for the latxtrlng people to aa one"of. .the best' officials In 1 Ing. j
Miami Rifles who has been at Manse mother In TItU I11e., Mr. ,W. Ernest I' t.
I.t :
I- .. fJl1SC pas with the State troops, wa in the make a i!Ylng., He lived In New;York Yanlandlngha of this;city,.will .Toe the,:, State.. I- <. MONET LOAN';Apply.to Dad

\.- Andrew Cutler, of' Uma-1 lurst, will city! last.,"night?'oD'way' e.- before but coming: this trip to Florida there eighteen.has convinced +years- united In marriage to Miss Susie Alpha Although expected home for the past Conn ty Security'Co., M. V.,Brown. Of ,. "'

,witness todli's ball game.. Times-Union, hOr' ago him that he up be doubly_con- Mlms, of hat'pI;ice.-, Both of the eon- forty-eight;houn.tbe._ Miami Riflesa It'B Shaw 433 Twelfth street a ...

S I I tented with his lot here\ trading parties i re deservedly popular a:body'have' not,yet put In theirIppearance'from 'I '.' 1
r J. E. Pend eton,15 111 ; dry from Her. .Il S. Rader,' presiding elder of and have the bept,wishes of hosts :'of the encampment aSt MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC -
a: busIness this district, returned to Miami yesterday friends along th Cltllm
\ t Blows" !
LemOD p.C. "The Sweetest Flowejr That ; Augustine and mRltary- maneuversat : FRANKLIN COLEMAN ,BOSH '
F i1Y ; after spending Sunday here.) .He Is not"sweeter. than The!ma, the'new future i happlnesd and welfare.. Aftef I Manassas,,Va. though It waa 'reported DIRECTOR, 225 TWELFTH STREET.!:

.1V.Buy is spending th day sightseeing preached In Grace'' Methodist Church' ,j perfume..| :dellghtfnl|r odor delicate the ceremony M and Mrs, Vanland- this'morning.b{'several:; members j a',
Sunday.-:-St. Augustine Record. inghao: will leav b for Baltimore where,1! .
;r from on.sty.. I|yet permanent! Thelma s becoming of the company web returned that WNTED.-Purchasers' for ... -
S;, *, the, favorite among people! of refinement they Rill reside ils winter* Mr./Wai-J r they wll be here tomorrow morning. dense, built to order on'easy butaH-

;1f, R. 0. St4iWU fs'tn town n from ,The:,Metropolis' ,dally subscription | everywhere.' Call! and test It at ter Vanlandingh m, of this city went i'Those[ members.who'returned were meat] .payments.' 3. H. Tatum ft 'Co.i .
list la growing rapidly u. well at. Its up to be p nLat the wedding and '
Little Rive.Mr. our .tore. We are glad to show It because I Island !Quartermaster Sergeant B.,B. Hinton.. i Real [Estate Broken. '
ff. advertising patronage. The people It'makes friends for itself andlie as best man to.his brother., |- J JSergt[ .-H. Doane, Corporal B.: Peacock .i ..
I .
know where to get,the news and how. ,
< ..8. B.' 4uitman has go a to Palm 1 1Mr. j'j land I Privates J.W. Jones, C. C, Stewart '
FO 1 R> S1.-Two
elegant of
to reach the people. .
The ride beach
Beach today'' d business.M Biscayne Drug>> Store." bay afterdoon send party;given Afternoon 1'O.I E. Kitchen" E. N. Worle,., J, C. : roou each Desirable for office.,
to the Ladles '
-I C. Proi>. yesterday [Glass and J. M. "
John Abernathy Gresham. Lieutenants
; 1 .
A and Mra. A. K. McMullen. are rejoicing Club and those, who' participated for 't'Wi! the Metropolis building.
A. J4 all. of Fort uderdaie, H. May' "came down with the bojfas
over the arrival of a find\ girl In the "Dejstrtck Skule" by Mrs. I 'lBe
I"I the ## today on biii eu.i The Merchants Association held a far as Melbourne where he stopped ;
baby ,at their ,home this mO'1"ng.1 Eaton, was a most enjoyable event The wa fancy groceries, fruit ,
this,morning and :decided to to spend the day :withrelatlves and ;
meeting "ce, Wilson A Flye'a. 7
Mrs. J. ICleare.- Ke 'WI5l. Ist Mother and baby doing well and father' I close their places of business betweenthe large launch Manetto' ':was'weRtinedd 1 (friends but will join his company! 1,

suiting her ghter. hue. :,A. Filer: bUI7'teUing'cigars.. ,his friends". and setting up hour of, 2:30 and l5 o'clock this and after a ,,the bay,the,partywan'taken I I there In, the morning. The boys report I FO11 SALE.: Ten acres of good' pine ",1

and family t Lemon,Ct7. ;f the ) I afternoon:so aa to give their clerks anj .where a bath baring had a most excellent and land, first-class for fruits and vegetables .;

patrons die.opportunity. of:witnessing. was _d ;. unusua lY smooth ;j I Instructive trip throughout and i are vest of Lemon City about a mile
I Mrs. !>. B. Parker, of Denver JCoL,: but-lnYlgo ride'f. 'rt. Refreshments;
A Are endJ seems. to be n absolute her parental, Mr. the' gaml of ,ball between: the r"Has, ] i;well pleased. Captain Jandon and most ,and a.half, and not far fromrock road. .
neoealty. 1 t he city lath ra tnangu-.1 who has! been visiting :i' Beena" apd'the'"Miami. Kids" which were served eouvenlr'card'deGo-. ['of the company remained In Jacksonville -I I:Will .ell cheap. Addresa"Land." care ,I. _
3 ''land Mrs, D. M. Con ally, tor some erne. rated with of blue and gold!:- ;
rate &Ome p to procure 0 e. ; 1 for her taking. ,place on:the grounds adjacent I for a day or two, but they will ;The > etropolla.WAJNTED. :
will leave Sunday morning the club colors-j-and
: containing the
,! '
ug.'dispite the leave that tonight arrive homeIn
to the Metropolis bund city and
*t 4. I home., She will go via: Nashville and. clubs motto'Ni. t for ourselves : t I -i.I .
of 1,000 tree* of of.tIdose Proxlml to eid from the
Sacrifice, ;.sale tact y morning. 'loan
: -A of 2000.00 for
}will make severs stops while en lpnte.I but for oth.el'.j 4'at? presented to each J
,aery atock.RIBt'be: sold at onee. CfU i heat of t t Watson hardware: store lire. guest'' ,'. I' NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING. '!,six, th.* on gilt edge first mortgage ::z
tEd. 1
Granfllng Information.
on J. C.'. t for 1 JR. I The steamer Martinique! which sailed ,Miss Etltel Romth.o thlll city. will t fA ,special meeting of the, stockholders min Will not pay over eight percent $ \

a conducts 'this'morning rattled a number of|!passengers be ma1'rlep on WRdn y.; September Rev."."A.' J.:Rea who" has been, do-1jy .I' of the Miami Mortgage and.Guarantee i ; 'Address "Borrower." ",

#, ,. F. MeflatptwhoTectlonery b"lness! at, lAm |11 City.sjnong a. among them,-aeveral members: 22nd, to,-Iir. Reynolds' f Chicago, the Ing gOOd work In making converts and Company hereby called to meet are : etropolis. .:. s
of the Key'West Quarda, returning ( .at the office of the company at'7:30
visitors. wedding to take .working up ,rellgjous ous'!Interest. In Y&'I j I : :
today'k home from Manassas, Va... a heavy in North Carolina.DrJRey! .,. m.,October 3,for the ;
aid her aunt plares! In the, county will leave !j I purpose of,voting i COt NTRT PROPERTY FOR RENT.
.! ho 1J freight, ',/ j', noldl, II ( son .of It, J. Reynolds. the tonight for Stets m University at Der to'amend the charter'Changing the | 'root i house vita'both bath cistern, ; 1
la eRiver'
Coora&e, among __ _
Alex ___ _
r I mI1110nMr tobacco : MessrS. Eugene :' theological name and place of business of the .r
cltjji .pl. ma Land where hewll_ | complete his :: and. n cessary out-bouses.'with ten or
cltIzen.'n, the ,on ,I A'ault In aosumpslt damages $51)0 00 I Ir and 'Romt, then' of the I'oo i-se. ,lr. 'Reamy has succeedPd -;;i company and Increasing its 'capitalization more tcresj I ofgood; trucking- land at '4
sure -i '
., 4- t! *as'enterld in the clerk's once, clrtult bride,:will be present a: the marrage.: 1n'e8.tabllst1ng church at' Silver ,'I I from $25OOQJo $:;0.000.I Orange Glade five miles from Miami. "

L. Fornetl.t kri tenslve toniato era.- court this morning by R. R. JTay-' Dr, and 11rs. Reynolds' make their Palm a number of'new; H., R Shaw, On godd rock road. Call on or address ,;;

-i;: *r. In the ci&j'getting thing ID shays for vs,the Victor Safe and Lock Co.. I home In'hlcagO'lI'her, he II one ot,. converts at Larkin': He,,raa scheduled 4t ,Secretary and Cashier., .J j Waltei{. Waldln. Miami. '}.,
I for this season's crop. First National ,Bank of Miami karJoaeph the leadin rooDger-pra. tttloner4. to'preach at Lemon City next Sunday, -.------- -== I 1 -.-=' .
fShee. I but owing: to his 'orced absence, Rejr.JG. .
I I 'E. Hayeto .Scott. depot agAnt.of the I The cit council mt\1 In regular':" B.Waldron wil fill,the pulpit thereat | Hinson House t

j F. E. C. nj.t! Lemon City la In'th&ety I ,iKlllott.; a prominent'!resident remt-mon lysesston, t night-that I la both morning end evening senlces.Mr. !, .

i today s business MI greetingfriends. pf St Augustine, and, father, of fdrs.1 If a quorum can be, bad I three otethe,| Waldron, Is an interesting talker, .. .

II 6l Richard G. Sulzner{ of this city; 1Ijas I seven me \here are out.f. the city! and t(and no doubt wil{ Iterest his, congregation. Newly Furnished. In new Ipcatlon. Rates.:I.SO per day ,-.;
passenger' going to Key: West \jthls i all!! of. thee ll"f'malnlng'' ur members. .- : SPECIAL BY WEEK. ,A31 14th St' Mlamij FloridaYoungs' t
and from which he : constitute a quo-' I: .
presidrot morning mget bepreeentto
Bank .
W, M. Bro*|. ,the I .
DallaaIn leaves for Mexico on business.The Pll : rnnl'and t4old i'meetln It 11'nece!!-, -; I ," "'
and the F >rt UT1'r.ft-11
of Bay Disease I FRED ;
.ta'expected Miami 1 "1'7' _meeting ghonid,behelaas ; ,
National Ba '
Epworth Leaguers of the First .tht'fP Importan I are to be COD- General Contractor.Gradlijitr.. I !
tomorrow morning. : >
: ictto them'
Methodist Church will bold a soda among '
-- t, '
Mr. and MreJ Alfred J. Pea nek, Mra.: at the resldence .of Mr., and,Il.... Ter: : the detail for calling he bond elpctloIl1or Blastl) u.. j PHarmaGy
Mlw rell west ot the city tomorrow even-: pi 4tfc' prove eats" Wells Drlllpfland ;.Sidewalk ,
and Fletcheramong j
V. Hernander| .f Road C nstructlon. ... :
Cocoanut ing.. The affair will be called a ;:_i"r '; .j I i iIi'
today'a visitors fr >m P. O. Box 453. I Miami. Fla ,
'l 1 World's lair social and promises to be. Contrary to the.orlgtnfl. program the I .. ,, ;
Orpre. 1 II'A
Interesting and well attended., speaking b Governor-el & N. B. Brow7.ani A complete and carefully selected stock.- ,We bay our drugs in .:
Ott" set.r'an- :I sod ot erS whIch had been scheduled I I dargatV I small quanties and ofte .'1iO we can all*-ay.+i have them fmk and /
large -matted ,. W. E. March and little daughter., for ea 1rda.: monfrig it 10 o'clockhubeen.4banged pert. Our customers get the benefat of th&! and are always satisfied .i
b a this rolng.;but I '
bay mo
chord returned thIs from : to ke place!that 'EstateInvestments
j 'jU home morning ghIawhere I Real
neither hercaptaba'': Ichor or an member they have been visiting, relatives :- I nightat the Fair \luI141n This change ; t &fct', janel, rinEa .4nb'' ,
of the crew tame her"nameowned made convenience t --,
and friends for the last three i'has been for aDd,80 '- i '
y could not beamed. months. )(r.'Karch: 'wfll at once* set. that t larc crowd: can'.I present MrBroward .' :- :, ; 'j'fotn flaintita : : : .

about preparing her bouses .tor'{ the 1411 arrive Ii In the morning Iaf Assart rjofbtfc Rctsru. -- I '

The .cbooeet Sweetheart' by coming winter_and tourist season. aDd leave Sunday >morning for at the soda fountain. Special cream; and sherbets saturday' t
r Mellvalne &g|fart:: which baa been ; Key, Vgest, a there 11 no need of the afternoons and evenings. ,We want your patronage aqd will

down the bay for'several da] for, flab 'H. A.rngrahMD.l1; known and, morning a drea. HOD.j R. ,W.Davis! I i aid UswtloajJ lessriew M low ;'i always. endeavor to ace .that you g t the, beat in ourvnne.t .. ..:1 i

haa returned*" o port_and, lathe ed up ate muapeioua merchant of Key West who.. and probably D. H. Mays will accom I EMBE CftUCC tuiN Of ESUItiMcALLISTERBECK < ..

: e0mpanydockr baa been In'the northern part ofj th* Pans the next cM.ernor, I.The arr&IIP-I Personal IAuCiti_ Azessl,D. 1+ rn,Oain North af.Nil Offkt' '"
? The Jane 1idu1l1loat''Boa of the State on, business,steamer returned home this meats fort tbeConnty'ExecuUveComsllttef. I the .peakln{are in the- 320 L2 Twin"SJmt '". fkrtb.: !i ,gate to..IlreKtipl Ol!* w. E., Y ; :: PROP. .
: ; h"1t towed moaring on the Martinique.:lbsnda of LUNGS ;
'F C. Hots
f to the north the ter R e was accompanied"by his. brother : I J Jr I ; ,

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: 'Y .. t l h ANNCfUNCJhfBNTS.,1 H '._ ,
,\ Noncpe
THE" COLORED I' PEOPLE, Was Cut to Suit .To..Whom It May Concern: FOR 'ALDERMAN. 1 r Southern

HERE AND EL$EWHER.E.CoIJ H e. That-Suited. ; Him Notice s Is Intend hereby to given apply that to BIt'the Excellency. undersigned The friends Af 1'. H.'Wharton desireto ': Ra11W9J

announce him as a candidate to sue-'
a ?and aj result we are William at Jennings; Governor coed himself'ftr:alderman;and to solicit l
as < '
6f the State ol Florida, on the
own BM'pln"t1IIulq ones lecoo the npPQrt'of the voters Int his I
tb bring In new s now working I .6th dsj of October; A D. 1904. for Let behalf' at the irtmary on the 20th.inof : '

1 FOUR MEN TAILORS i."' tez-l: {Patent' on the ropoeedf j charter, slant : i World's, Fair Route ;
rent ; B wn'i ,store annexed.. >/
klldlng I 1 in order'to keep ahead of Tht!27th day of August. A. D. 1904. The friendsannounce F..W. Hahn desire to J I ,
J ____ ; our'orders.: All this ias'. JAMES' T, SANDERS, his landldacy for renomlnatlon ,Best Line to St. Louis
)Intz1 a B. Stephens. f the public about w. s.! GRAMLINO' u aldermen, ,subject to the prima ,
been brought by I
school 0,1 thfi city. repowing her room 'J..ILITATYlLJ! TI election called for September.20th. .
crow ded. I I the satisf, iction which "ftri J CHARTER.I Superb dining tar service ... -

jj lows 'ork ((01- t JUDderslgnedraonl,' James T. The many friends and supporter of
:; I our: .
A leuJ was, received rum Rev,s. Senders, W. 8. Gramllng? and J. H: Alderman {.Wilson hare so persist

W. Brown yesterday stiting that he I Tatum.; hereby associate themselves top ently urged him to stand for re.elee'tlon -

would rptutn ,home Frid r week. ..if getter) for the purpose of becoming: { thaVhe bu finally-consented and 1' Stop, oYers, .gOing and ,returning: : .

are., ', -I ,,: cotporated under the! laws of the Staid. will therefore}be In the race before the ,

We 'glad to report t at Miss Anna We mak ; ,Pants Jo your of Florida.The primary on the 20th instant ', at Atlanta KnoiTille Louisville Aslieiillc
IL Cancun, of West Pi 1m'Beach., IsCOatIfl1tflX ehar1. t
? following Is the proposed
II to Improve. me sure from I i' ter ,' : FOR CITY TREASURER.f Norti
t tor the IntendedcorporaUon- r and principal Carolina Monntain ,
.f:1 Chas. H. Garthslde Is a candidate for Resorts. ,
Rev 4 1 A. Hamilton I i B.". the ableubllc UP ;v j H j 'ARTICLE LThe City Treasure r to succeed himself, sub .
of the
teacher i r:Yf Lemon City school, $ 450 ,. :, name corporation ject to the wi II of the voters to be designated "
The. Florida Medici 1 Company with I .
fits School
reports i till an jncreasMr. thb
at- primary election .the
I its principal office 'ocated at Miami Se high Bridge (highest'railroaa bridge in the"", orld.) Famous

Jti. Lawson. a hi; hIT respected and .J SuIt} DadVCounty,' Florid Li : 20th Instant / Blue Grass Region Lexington and Louisville. ,

citizen jbt'our town, w out 'to Mr. aas Catchy I fl ARTICLE IL FO COUNC .MAN. Free reclining chair cars and sigh class day coaches. Through "f.

Bnrbani*' place about fii e miles in the low as I *- Th| general natuie of the; businessto Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville td St. Loum. '
I hereby announce myself as a candidate .
country] 'esterday.I ,', )bje(transacted shs 11 I be the ,manufacturing for..member r of the Miami City Folders; rates etc., cheerfully furnished upon application." '
'81 and placiD the market
f of 5 upon I.
i Council. '
The home made jracant by the furniture $22.001We Extracts aDd, >Heliclnes composed J. C. Lusk District Yo
W. H. Mclntyre.' Passenger Agent, '
mat Mr. Powers will be occupied wholly or in part of lative herbs, fruits I ,
uck'eyd' In a berries quantity and .: iOS''Bay St.. Jacksonville Flal 'j
111 they) Cigar Factory and .and In such FO CITY CLERK. .

few da I 'I 1 ,. quality as shall be decided by the
l b hereby, announce,myself as a candidate -
Board of of Dlrectot
Mr .. d .JoIn. E. dwards who Guara ee our work or give IlL_ furr-e'ection, to the office! ,of

'bare be4n malting frle ds in :Tam afOI"Be"f" back you paid for itJ. ,T'bp{tART4E[ imount of capital stock, shall be- city clerk aid. tax aeeessor.M. R. .j $$2,50SaYaiHM& and
months J Return
retu ed frlenda.I tIW $2,500.00.' to be divided! Into 250 shares ; KelJiim.
the delight -
of the par value of 10.00 each, which I FOR MAYOR. .
I ,'r----- :, shau.be ayable atBoard' the option of the i : 1 c: J'
solicitation hit "
(tAt- the
Next' to National Bank Pf
for the el on of trustees firs I
"of Bethel! A. H; E. ch h.last To,"'" of Directors n services personal cash or :ninny friendr'John i Sewell has consent-.
property, either rea or at a 400
ff I I e nIJ t resulted In e retention : ;
day Valuation the Board "' .
;to bejflxed by
the old rd.' 1 Months'attfr he, was nominated j he Just Uon, : as May r:ef the City of Miami at .
I of Directors of this...Company at a .the prima 'to be held on the 20th .
t said In an authorized ,interview with ,
Dr;. A. Nutler. of eMaglc City Elliott Danforth that the Southern "t called( for ARTICLE this purpose.IV. Inst j I' .j.jI .... '.. V ::4iLL'. '

Drug Store purchased y terday 'a very people should be allowed to take ,care : *
and jPY.
This corporation! shall continue { I'
"n1ce p 4o: Now. be Ul hay music ,of this question,without outside interference ,- its v
wbileLi \ I t hag power: to operate corporate ,tn the Circuit Court of the Seventh
... I ; that|,they were entfrelycapa- franchises,.powers. and Immunities form ,'
Judicial of Florida, Within
n! ev. W.' P". Pic ena, tisellinjsome ble dM of tribute doing It to. and the he patience then paid, per a ever-very tefm of twenty-Dye (25) years after and for ;Dade Count '.' i Seaboard Air .Line Railway

ry nice: dive Everyone ence'and courage'' and high j sense of the 'fcommencement of Its corporate" ex-. |Ilq Chancery. : : .
.hOuI have a niCe Be of forks and lete ce., I ,
matte of the]) Southern people as evidenced ., Bank of Bay Blsck/ns, a Corporation i
r fblY { ,ARTICLE V. Complalnas&'TS. Stuart H. Hale Defendant -
I their ; .
; by history particularly
.- '' The business. of :hlB'Com'pany shall I' Wed. 31
luUr'EI by the manner in which, they iT f' ,Aug.
) Coy Herndon, the II had met the changed conditions resulting be/conducted ,by a President a VIce- Order of Publication. .

only ld.a of In! E. Herndon, the from the War. I Pre!ldent." Secrete', T. Treasurer: andGeneral Upon api4ication of the complaln', t

m1UinettJ I has saved up gout $%G, which "Mr; Cleveland has signed !his name Manager and by :such other by its solicitors, Patterson .I: Irwin, t, Special Train to leave Jactsoiiiile at t 11.301. m.

will bused,In paying II 1Ch001Ing.: .to a statement In which he'said he had om4ers agents or employees, as may appearing from' the affidavit of W. ; t

The I '-:-- never Invited Fred Douglass or any from time to,time appointed by the W.: Erwln.jone the'said solicitors, '. .., .... :

Y. p.. tL. New ML..ZIon other [to the White House,'and Board of Directors The' office of Secretary for said complainant, that the ieefendant Savannh tickets,good returning egular train '
Baptlsf,chutcb. met as .. last night I and Treasurer, at the,discretion ; on or before,Sept 2nd
,everybody woo knows him and his attitude .' Stnsrtj! IL Hale; has been; absent Columbia tickets good '
y '!'bel sttendance. wu'ot. ,10'good", as on this and every other question of.the Board of Directors, may be filled from the county i for motv than sixty returning" bvjregnlar I on or before Sept 3d

Its president baa been err" Ul"r i aril believe what he ...fa.I bjj 1 one and the sanje person. 'Tb.names days next I preceding the 'applicationfor ,

W "If Mr. Watson knows whom the of:the Officers', and Directors : : publication and that ., TICKETS SOLD, FROM JACKSONVILLE ONLY

s Y Drueilla 8w ting IB selling I corporations''' he' mentions !&vor', for shall consist of three +![members andstQgkbotden the re 1denneof said Stuart H.Hale Is .. '!; ,

-n. to ; of IIy'W and Work,, bTJbtii i President Ifj>
T; Wuhlncto a bo9k that ;It Is more than anybody else does bUstD_of the corporation unto those In the State, the service of a subpoena Assistant' Gen.' Pass. Agent, ; 1 .s.!j c.'Boylston Jr.

.aaoultbe!; la the home of every American. -.The most that'any'one does know Is elected at the first; election, shall be In chancery I upon whom would bind the Jacksonville! I. Pass. Agt

1Pdee' tLOO and '1.50. that J. Pierpont Morgan the Vander- qualified are:, said defendant Stuart 'H.', Hale, 'and.

hilts,, George Gould and Jacob Schlff James T.: Sanders, President that the said Stuart H. Hale Is a 'person ai

: 'ID to livery colored and the active New,York money kings W. 8. Gramllng. Vice-PresWent. of oe4 twenty-one: years of age. I II I

..w.g eouat7' his poll taxes. are for Root evelt; Belmont Is for Parker J; H. Tatum Secretary and Treasurer It Is therefore'ordered that the said I II

goes to e school fund ,'and so ire a large number of New And James T. Sanders W. 8. Gramllng Stuart",H.. JHala'be aid Is hereby required
,.. e should pay ,It fuiout.1Ie .. York banki i and'business men. But and J.,H. Tatnmj shall constitute thetloird to ppear, to the, Bill of,Complaint I

-. tt dac'one mome It has 'not Jet ,been discovered that of Directors until said election. ,, filed .In the said cause on or

i,,' ''I t .. they are : waring millions Into the The Officers and Board ot Directors of wfore Monday, the 3rd day of,October Clubbing"Rates.,

r Mt tl. W. Montgo cry the Ice man campaign find. ,1 ulf corporation snail be elected at the A. D. ,1904.'otherwise the allegations of .. :
f ,of Oo1ored .Town left yesterday morning 1 wld utter such tatementa of the stockholders : .
I Anybody [ Jrst annual mee ng said bill w n be taken an confessed by.
f rpc Florence, S.his old home as (those i ade by Watson, and his and at each i nual meeting of the 'the said d ifendant 't} ; -

!.; when he :WIll vlalt'rlenda' and rela- clap-trap and pretended' love of the stockholders' the atter. The' first annual It Is fur her ordered that tills orderbe 1 .

ttyal : people majj gain.hIm some followers, meeting'of he stockholders and publish d once a week for eight/ consecutive f 1: ,

j. I I but they wIll sot! be found '!among the each anDJal'mee lug thereafter, shallbe w ks In The Miami! Metropolis The people of Dade,County will want all the

'RefJ.. Jl, Josh ,of'West Palm.people of intelligence rich or poor. ?fcto held at,the offl :e of the Company on ," 'a', newspaper published In the this as it is to be an. news

i iIT: Beacli came'down to pend a few days 1and mart of ant sense would advocate, u'' the"27th day of A gulL, county, !Dade and State of!Florida. year of the elections interesting one because -

staT during e winter ,e&IIOn. he does, government. ownership of railroads j ARTICLE VI.: Dated Is 8th day of August A.: D. ,' i .
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!:' HIS many': friends w glad to shake I ,
telegraphs, telephones as the The,highest amount of! indebtedness 1904. f .

( "!;' his build,, IMaserJohnnle J proposition is utterlT Impracticable which this Company may at any time (,CL Cl, ,) lf E. C. DJURBOBN., "' 'N '
.. tionl'Sta e and
-11'i' ; kum the only and will be for many many; "years, to subject Itself shall| not exceed* the ( Seal )' Clerk,of the Circuit, : County
ocme. amount of Its capital stock \
i' -4OQ 41 Mrs..Hattie S.Baskum. left this '"Many t emocrats favor 'the Income J, ,. ARTCLE VIU. Court,in and for Dade County. Fior

: montli1g for Etonvl e. to' attend tax. a plan of his platform, but with names am residences (the In- ids," :, I. : t

: the I litobert: HUDd rtO Industrial so' many other Issues which can be corporators The of. this Company, and theamount Patterson ifc Erwin, J The Metropolis

4 Schoo This school Fl1' ch of,the made Into' laws, when presumption Is \ of. capital I stock subscribed by Solicitors! for ComplainantMASTERS 1 i 1 :- '

,i' Bookep T'J; Wuhl famous that the' Supreme Court of the United follow. I;, "
I: the over: I. ., States. would declare the Income' tax James. T.'San as en: (Seal), of Miami. SALE. I I Has perfected'arrangemLts: whereby it can offer

J'J'yrld unconstitu lonal. .as ,it did when the teD'lharn. such attractive', rates for various newspapersthat
I'W Fla-. _
han1g1ad the coil" "
more that cue was before It years ago. why prateof there should b
W. S. Gramlint (Seal), of Miami. Fla.. t no excuse for'people remaining -
oied Ple that to:make up the! It nor? .
help ( 1' ten shares.i. ., 1 ,Under 'and by virtue of a deoreclosnre in ignorance asto| the happenings of
; Jhq! city have re sense than toj'i "Tom is 'a smart demagogue no of and sale 'issued '
th14'' of CII'pI1hIBefore Day"club H. ,Tatum,i Seal), of ,Miami, Fla. cree the year. f j
I more. out of the,Circuit Court of the SeventhJudlcW t
1 I God'forbld t they shell!: ever \ ten shares. CJlrcnlt of Florida, in and for:
AN TIRE State of Florid,
sod arise that I
) foolsk w
Ie 10 IOrf1 FRAN Dade county. In a cause therein pendIng ,
,,- It be:a'fact III eountrfther County of Dad '
11f '
: "h J.,A.' Robblna aid L. W. RATES.N
1 before :
'1wej foolish.i' The mo ement looking M a separation On this day personally appeared Robbins wife, 'are complainants, : ,:..
James Sanders W.,8. Gram-: in
me T.
t of Church' and State continues' to r and E. C. ter and Fannie H. Lanler
'Kr. and Mrs.'Howard Brown 9f 411 In :France, greatly to the surpriseof ling and J. IL Tatum to me' well known '
grow : .
his wife, N. Johnson the Bank of Metrjpolis
"'Futijltreet. who for several the ,w rld.: The French have for: a, the persons, [described: In, and who Bay Blscayne. 'a corp rauo Lucy, J. The. Daily o.e'v;,
to the fore-
'weetf visiting ,hafdieD Palatka. centuries Men strong advocates of the subscribed their names Johnson William D. Hughes doing and ._
; Jacksonville, and took la the doctrine that the State should care for Ing Articles of Incorporation the \ n ,
World's Fair at returned Church rind florida'[ Medical'Company' and did 1eY.li1ac business is Hughes ft: Company, and :
the It the
was only during the Sanfc rd Loan and Trust Company, Daily Times-U lion $1,0.00,
home last week elat d over their visit Revolution: and the early I days of the 0..ledgLthat they ,executed t
,; Whfn yon remem r",that they ..r. Nepoleonlc Consulship that the people tie same for the" purposes and uses a' corpo tlon. are defendants, t the un- :
derslged muter in chancery will sell Semi-Weekly ;ImesUnion.S:5o.1VeeklY
,am,ng the best cltzens In thlt'town. seemed willing to cut off the church therein expressed.In.witness .
at public) auction. In front the CourtHouse
bare hereunto ofj J i
hlrtiy respected b] white and black from the public revenues : wbfreof. I .

.aadjbwn some verj valuable property. Now. however,, and for many years set my band anl! offidal seal, this! nth d< or at'Miami. Florida during Metropolis with SemiWeekly TimesUnion -
tours of sale
the legal the first Mon-
'." yottjwlll rejoice with them .In their" past th French ,Republic 'and theChurch day of August%D. 1904., } on : -, '. .
daTln O pleasure. trip. ave been drifting farther and 1 ", I f B. M., TATUM.
: I the *ilrd day of said month,,to. the With Atlanta Journal twice '' week 1 '
,| WpHe State%tLarRe. '
: farther abart. and the time Is not far Notary 2.25
WUNDATION.If highest i best bidder for cash, the "
f Belch
j Feb.1907.1 With
< distant en the Church and State will My commlsiiloti tfxplres > Weekly: Palm ews -
estate $2.00Old
">wlnj described real of the
be. asseparate th are in our country entirely F {
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; defendants E. C.Lanler. and Fannie
Commenting npoi, the.statement of It has been a long and bitter N.:PARRISH. ?
JENNIE 1.:Lanle his wife and W.N. Johnson
"Hotu: Tom,Watson that Judge Parker contest, >ut the fruition of the hopes and Typewriter,. subscribers pJyall '
: lying and being in the couty of Dade must back due before
4 with will be boonto I Coin Dt-pnooitlnwa.Maaifdawork they
: said he would nevei lunch Booker of the great a.por1.iTtr.
.., Waehfagton Spantlsta ,'Te cb.}jr of Shorthjiid.O cUm4 and State of Florida or so much thereof can take advantage of-,these offers and cash
T. thi Nashville Amert- the I
| ATCIID. .ori>r Bask of Fi"ca,ii. f be sufficient to said dem in advance
,caa'says' : One'of[the wisest acts of the framers :, n...... lose ) IJ-flO ..d'2; > l. *:m.I may" satisfy must,[ accompany ;ally!) orders_ for
Jjudg| 'Parker.. ias never said he of our Constitution was the declaration .....Id....,. A....... r. and costs of sale;towit: these combination .
Washington separation of Church And Sots Lot Twelve (12) and the west half of
} would not lunch. wi th Booker T. for the. "
as Tom'Wi.teon,charges. Quite Each was left to weed its own row. Ass I I' 1 I I. I I I I 1 1 I I I lot thirteen (13).' of block thirty-eight ",: ADDRESSs

trod/L and no more than Senator ear- result ] beta State, and Church. are To Ill Friends of( Ommlzed Libor.We (38). north., of the city of Miami. Florda. -

1II*&Senator Bat i. John Sharp Wll- inflnlteljj stronger and more powerful > respecAlly request that, 'dIDC'to a'map of said city,

llaiis,or any.othei represen"tative, self Francij may not be ripe for so radical upon ent ngj'tny store I to made byjA.'L. Know, !ton, &!E.. and recorded 1-

respecting man fn im this'part of the a chant but It Is bound to come and make :kindly ii) the omce of the Clerk of the Metropolis.
French' win be all 'a. //Mlrcb yon- ifcnit tout: In and for Dade county,
eouatry. It has nei er occurred to them when it does the .' ask the clerk to show you his, yt ytMiami
thai It'Is:vecessaT, to'make such a th..bett r for It. \When the Church Isipon Union Card.' ,
_, statement, nor hai It to Judge'Parker. thrown, Its,ow resources It always |. LOCAL' 779. FlOrl.dL// H.'F.:ATKINSON.. t. ,
Jnflge"' Parker is it..thonmga aocord! pr| ipers. iTnas been so In the Retail Clerks' International Master It Chancery. t ,
'awL atsdnte sympathy ,with the pro Dnjted, fates -4-there Is no reason r. Protertiv* Association. Miami.' 'Patterson' ft: Erwin; ;' I
' 8ouUi"ijegardlii :hi why It hould not be so tn France.' "'So'1 1 ton for Complainants .
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: R .vcaw r s. WILSON bridge::The weight of )

IDTmzcTIPE KAY 29,J9K.( R.j ,1 and engine waa too ;

,, -he rotten timber,and
, DaI to b. taw .o !0 north and W .0.1t I I of the'weakness of the
Contractor and Builder
r artao.vi y uP r ac runvu 'f .. .r..o y es, I Yesterday morning' ;

.' LrJewp.&raub_ ._ ...... BlfOesP Ry l It en Ar NJa.pGa Yaeo. 0. ,..1.-.,.:...-._., Bo Boty kyt.l.10DpLf I-: : i- which the machinery .
- J .. ..... ..-.. Ry .am ArAUantaG.'r..._.,.._.- 6o Hr Y9Da gan to. sag but.no ''
Ar Hv55a Ar Rome, Gs....,......... r.. So Ry I33s '
,' At Grren.bore ... Ry 12 Sap Ar Dalton,G&a..-..... Bo Hy 7 r+. I felt and work continued .
ArDsnvllk R Zt ArChLt001wO,Teu. r .O BY f45aArLeatngto..Er I! tunately no one wass
- Ar Clatlnnan j .._ .Qe C 7 53apAr /ppLvClnetnoaiLO NOVELTY : when the .collapse
tkbmond So.Ry 42p ,_ .... i Builder of finer residences '
IgFour 4apAiap.oaburr& Specialty. JI. contractor will be
... Ar4hltagoll._.... ..w.... Blg Four 7w. put :
" .. y.. -. ay 4,7p U. PsUae. skSpAr '. expense In resurrecting '
sty slap r. tlnu.t .w
;'; ArCbatl"tte.lUI.Wasbtn .---. Ry f dOp Ar Chln 11f ..'..? :. : P.Llore Zen I. Winter homo for toari uta,' batiaen. block*. Is fact ..ytbl..I#,in the building lia.l faachlnery. St, \ ;
J At B4tlta.rt ,..._ P H 8 to as r tun.uWrU.. .... ." CH&UI 7LIiArNewYortM. A.y.... conumplatia\iiildiawoald don, to coaioU me I, reward to plan.aad"f C,+..,. h -_ < 1
:;,. A.rhlkdelphA... .i....... ..: Rid 6.: arChksroII annum U..., ... ...C II* t 9p aprfcificatioa.. Brlng-a tae.ber of fta Itailden Exchaiff aWlttr ,\d eaplajrln-autbia* I '' "
ArTokdo,0 r _._.. ...,.--C9&D tins I hat Vnl >. men,I can yvaraiitee ao labor trouble..oa my work..!dot tae up or write. J I ;
; -" a.rid8euu Via .dos. Limited Ar DNrolt ._. & D 72bY d 1 f "., -I
Daily P.naa aw .piss Cu -
..... .... U.e..aopi
a ( Iaeto.vRktp_ i.wYork. Ar LtClnelotmu.0..k_I' burg.r.. ... P. Uoea fan.U I'K k I j t When prim,or :: : '
l ,,. .. f 30p -- ..;
Cl.clntntl 0 f .. .
TaronglVheIludo1Bky" o ArOkrelwd,0... ...Blgleor e45. ij I L any r rt of the body
eo eJu of Ballard'a Snow
tanrlt tla B1 ALP, LOUlfr ;: ? Hl RmP '
.q ArSLLuul.r. Rr 7blaArOot.mbutSG1 S. CrabM.. prompt relief. E. W. -

Ar..o.11k.11.C1S So.Ny R. dun I50p xo.11--The nattdatamft.d." Dally..olioAt I DadeConuiyAstractCo SuII'var House El .
Ha abriuta N.C_ See Br Y t7P .ntlb.led U tn. through amchee fled pWDnab : June 6.1902: '"I take
I II ArHur ----4o.ty soap ekeplngCarJacksoevitkl0NewYork.So. I '
Ry a kN onfmending Ballard'a f.
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Ry 45epArCl.emuet12Ta rM007\Tplai: : L-D '
_: ._. Q a 5th .NORTHWEST. no.U ,. '11 to ill who are afflicted
: Na 30-11.117 j runmiia witg-Ru.. anSae.i 1 tism.. It U,tie only
J k.o.vlne and FILL .. .. 4o y 1 mP '
& Loul.aeepfat. Cat hetwea UJesup.Ga.v .ctruariu4..,., -- So RI 1040pi Ja. l4d5, .k. i found that give'
"""r ... .. a ray SEWELL BUILDING X IAMI. FLA. ,,
N.eoo, Ga So Ry Vil ;
i Ar
ePret.ratten 25c., BOc, Jl.OO. Sold
: .. ArAWntaG&. .. .., --Sokyi anus I .
: ._ .a., ..... '
ArA.al.umAl ,? : .eoky I4O8orld's : Phar aac7. !
I. F r'iickets To Arslr.dagW a4 .. ., seir Il4s, Furnishes accurate and omplete Ab- j
ewpAr -
ji R.. .r'It Nn 1 _.Frlrr, f esst Btracts- or :Search of Title to any : A'
Ennis Io Sal land in I County.. .We o{vn complete 1' condition' in;local
car Hai Korinr., .rte Abstract Books of all land Re sive to all good
No.13, Zaer57orldaUi k d.i S. LSec. ;, .. cords of'' Dade County-:foe j : : : : f : : : here last Wednesday

.A}nd Tremt.', ;! participated- in the

i A RIVALS AT JACte0N17LLZ: .. ., tion it baa been many :
5Z& I : ''' i
TroaNewYork wubl.gton ete.-No Wuktogtat andPlorWUmRM negro had anything"to .
FmmCbtcgo,clnclnaU.C.ttaoooco.rte.-21o,14."FkrtdUnited."f Umlt.d, 5:45 a.: mFro. a.m. politic in Gadsden
From.W.etaa.n.t.n...01q.AabrYWe MemphI, Birmfti le.-Na 9f.u,'lr..htbgto..le.-"F1arld.and jhWa Umlted, 525 a: 'IOEO.H. MEYERSG I l' pearance at the polls .. ; .

tz Bound Trip ummer Tourist'fieketa now 0Ja gala ful to those older ..

$ DlztrlctPua Arent,,103,W..Bay 8t- .Jactaonrille. J'Ja,. Democratic party who
.J. c. LUs nger ""t" and hard. eliminate
c $j ACIERT.G W., B. TAYLOR.G. P. A. I I' -- .. ontracting Electrician and it,was an act of In

8 E R T '" BROOD ,0MAlf..A. GT p, A i. part of-the younger ._ '.
tf] 1 1
r Launch.Supplies, him In at this time and -
Batteries. Coils. E 1 "' ,
5 Spark c trouble out .

: : SE'! 'r : BOARD 1113 Avnue C Miami, Florida... Wr te for prices'1l ture,' but may we grow trust that, : .. ,_ >-.,.' '

//11', ;. r tion. will be again 4

I 1 1Y I J. _. q. I ___' ___._, trouble and without. : VFC.F ,1

A Lh e Railway : again allowed to vote" &, J
/ DOA E & tion*- s _. : RAULERSOIU 'i5. ..

mbia ,. i! ;I'I' ," .' 'I .IN'
Southern 'Pines. i.
Savannah Col Camden, Her. W. Mer.cl. -4 r

Raleigh, Rich ood, Wash.io too)!;Ba'tfmoro, Choice' meats, Live Bet-Meab.1 "cho.ce PoultrI ,',1 New,York::"write: .
l I. Att.otlon of lJ'1lclatlDc'paln' :
Pulltg! I. from
r- Phil delphia. eWIYort. and dressed poultry PAIR TREATMENT: atism under,vsrlon ; &..

/ .. 'j Induced to 'try. ,Ballari *
Two legant l Trains Dally.SeaboardExpr '. \ meat; tte first
SacOMon to C. ... gADLBRSoN C flnt relief snd the 6,
.S aboard Mall "tl. I CO. .hoeUbllahidth. m.at ..... .-
ss .r, "" rw"r 13th S t. and A,.. D ._V... lave. \. {1 I can give' It >.
;f tion:: 2k.. BOc., and
r. Mode Pullman Equipment. I.. ,
n _
Ked Cross Ph nu ei., $
I .n' t I I !

i ,0 '' .' ,- The McLean k Stunts ,;
; e the'prize for 'i :
opr nR dtfl f roes b slelplra from IsctsonTllI to IeiIOrlesa } I' a Corner Avenue B an: ll.th. Street.. j carload of oranges '.

THE ._ growing state,this dtuggbta"S.
ment having ben made
1 .
, For full form' IC.O a. d steeper rHervatlOI\s, cal;ua any agent of the .G. A. MULLER. Proprietor.H1 .; .1.'. they, will;, market out

.:I Seaboard', or;;.write, :t I Preston grove; from;. \ } :;
came situated one and .
L Jacksoali1e Fla. Rj1os from Palmetto, fiva '
A. O. McD 8EL' .. 1 AN full-grown, and' finetly I :.1t

This Is, the.earliest t
Is. c. B, YLSrO Jr.. Pass. Agt., ;
I Ii I anges yet made ;

I' ': I { foe nx Opel aO the'year at ) Jay and up : the previous early ; I "

: : :j lH'l r'' I ,._ TtaPAWHOrtl Special...... Large per week Z'1pef.. ,:,!,,' [. firm shipment Inform Captain the News '

(i I F. W; I. hA 1fls Dol 56& fbifa. + ping and packing .

I Lean &; Sims Co., and th .
fr Builder I'I'i" -* ;
I kcJiit ct and i t>.- t I ,- a'good, business.-!'& -i t r
I now,h ye in my emptoyone'Qf the best 1Hh" i r' trruwuw END OP B1TT15K j .
i" draftam n in the South,' and am tter, I -. .
prepare than ever for furnishIng ladS : and "Two physicians had \ '
You Intend To Build = ;
t-. .and det its tor good buildings, tine cabinet I 'It.DO staborn i fight"with an
wor etc. 1 am now beadQu rter r '
IJ I I- I t right lung" writes J. :
for turn d work, scroll sawing apd aU Z I C I

work. 11 ual1y planing done in'mill', a -FIRST fLASS'i' i fl:11: AVE ,MONEY? .' erybody DuPont/Ga.thought'l.. "andi! !

As last'resort I tiled :
I'" I
f f- 'I S nd me yo r order for ,doors :and- windbW' t' I Discovery for. I l '

frame ball sters. brackets), etc. t IljT I' INFORM" THE in whic 'all branches of the Build efit I !received was st I : 1
!IAHI FLA. :II ; ing' T des are represented. Tie on-my feet- uafew; !
Inced .
be con t
'afd] j, members of this association cheer- entirelyregndned! my| : : .

I ontractors full sill fnr-niih plans, specific quers 11 Coughs, : '
11 nrohs and esti ates. and Lung troubles. <<
II I .. : Address Price EOc :'J
.Wl u..MMM Ai jmSS'ociatIon dnifgists. 'j
i Contractors =
Association, bottles free. -J\\
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Ar Yo Going'to.Bui1d; ? i1 ;fr/ J MIAMI; 1 FLORIDA ;;r .x,i '
vwwrMM.J'It1111 We hope St. Andrews J
I ; "f t tl1TiD' day'get a railroad for H :1i

gF SO, OR I 'Yr0U.NEEDUUILDDIATERAL : ,. ed of, for sixty-five
r' OF A. .y KIND, you' should no fail to see n I-I' 'through the kindness of 1

.t Pierce &. Hurdle Grady of Apalachicola

; : [1"; cDONALD & CO .I I It. .P I '.: 1.copy No.of 18.the Joseph ,

I I THE: : ONLaY I'P road August was 20?contemplated 1839, and

Daal.'a L..ber, ths. SIII.11eS.. Mo.ldl.p C..lap-.Rrlck. ,I : Ga., to St. Andrews '
;; ttaetalaeatPlsate. ,Hakr.Etc.' Yard. and otflceAve, { D and Utb IC'lI .> I "[ ...JIa'ILI' -- "' & gave 'us data In regard s*
!"- W. \
; seph: was '
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a I II was made the county
= haln: :ting Estab11 ]amen.t county In, 1837-and I I :
t : tlant Line: I, '
is Coast r- I there; a' stage line '

l I' .. IN MIAMI./ from. Apalachicola
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If I I'i l contradicted that St. '
1 qutg'test time m t excellent sernce.NorUI.. East and" We.1' a .j i venue C,..North of :First National l Bank. a'church building, ; : ]
A !C COAST ''I'h..Fam. New Tor, sad Florida Sped&l. 1 : ; W. Gotler also editor of :

': olid P')mss train of Compartment Sleeping. Dining and Observation Car, -. Times held services .1 a l '.

:- .lctrieMsJit6d throng .out lava Bt .A IUIt1n.-dally- except Sandar.at. I 11 STATE NKWS.; draw was awe]it away last night I>T the hltchka, News.. ; -I I'i

t. A.it.anlT. New Tor CU P. II. fo1lowtD& day. -| 1 1 1- ,'J poiored:>. t strong tide. O i the.broken section wa I
,jrtprlia 1 ,ud Welt adUn limited carrying: Drawtnr-Rolm. Sleeper'and. The citizen* of Tallahaaaee the pile driver;: engine and toot! abed SUICIDE
:', Olnln, scars. lean. 1ICbODY11l. at 1:00 A. It dariy,. arrive New York 1:00 held neetlng Thursday at which.reblution *- All of the contractors tools were1 lock 4
I j i were passed condemning the ed up In'thf! *ttJebu InC..buttheM| The startling 't
f p M. (ouowlnf Aar. jCWeaio
and Florida Limped. loUd Pullman trala of Keeper Dtolnr and Inurde: of Mr. Eppea' and promlslnjVltorou will' be recovered, as the shed I* stranded prevt: itlve of suicide ha J .:-

.. Obawratioa Can kaTe JactaonTUle. daisy at ':10 A M.;arrive Chicago 4:00P.IL'fo co-operation: 'with the white on Anastasia beach; near the.jet- ered.will interest '
at; :Any and all time* to malntalnlns Use. I syBtem.or"'
carte. SL Locals Keeper arrlTto 8L Louis l. [
U: Wowln dar.' This trata : t taU and order and putting down crime Very little wu'given 1m- prec de suicide, and, .'

t iUP.M. tit ii a' step In the.right direction\ !rnedlately, before-the collapse,;'of the been found that will rt
leaves.JItkWnitUI8:05 1I.bDT.; carries throot ana will tend toward the,ret toratloodenee structure, and!with a mighty crash It dition which make ;Z
Bt Louis arrlTliif Chicago ':U P. M, St. Loafs '
de Chleato and of fconfl in the.;'colored Population went: plunging; Into the turbulent water the first, thought of -::
t" 1:01 Af f of 1.eoIj county who hare hitherto been, about 11:!0 o'clock.. ,/,' f tcke Electric Bitter
aidSL half boon to Chfc *. ....boars to \
line ca" c eonuidIied law-abiding whole I
Tb.4ntekest as a The section iat broke away was on tonic and nervine will '

iouti v d one II : a11hilaean.111Le the town Bide of the draw and.waa nova end build up ':
'I jtoar If I -1"' several hundred feet I J'n .lengthL ijSJso I great Stomach >' ..'
]W: .. : te9ervELtj.QnBE'rQm'atly aection >of the old South thin. portion of the oi d'structure no TJv.r. \regubtor.: .Oaly

teach bridge. on the west: .lid of the,"work had been!done,.and It wa to have,lion arutee4-., all
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Carrying: Concealed Weapon-Other (Con from first page.) (Continued from nrsTpage..) J ': '
n'lted It -
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County Court Matters Heard and which Mae impossible foi it.
..:...- eel States au lIt orltles to prosecute the [the firemen, to extinguish: with their 'r. '' 'f ,' '
father of'th 'murdered Duncan for t
jn the Munty' court this moratnt attempting aaaaqlt his, brother.Jesse ,.limited amount of water pressure. at th e t ee ooooeoeo..e. oo. .. . eoe.oos.ee "j
start then the, lint reached .
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;.business wU dispatched d In a hurry un- I '
( In the poeto .t Baxter but the authorluee = .
,til the beginning of the Ire when courtafternoon I piece.. J .
took a recejw until th at : dec .that the :evidence Mr Watson, Sr:. I' absent from UeI d.bEAlTTWEN' : ,

3 o'clock, I fin this time however two was not sumo enL Indlecuseing I city. butt has been: telegraphed for and : T'" DAY"
Postmaster Itman the
cases were'dispoued of a id another had < I wIll alive Just what 'he I .
matter'yes a1 said: t I \ r.i
been placed I on trial. will doh rebuilding cannot 1. / \ ;!
"Sheri!( H don can't do anrthingin'that I be tomoijw.present. though
These we the case .of the State O
again It'J f Penny an Ed Wilson mat' as all ot the affray OD it I la cert 11i the building yI
the train ooc fled 'I in Charlton county j and busne Reducing Sale'WILL :
charged win vagrahcj and against : ,
whom a quldk verdict'o guilty was en Ceorgia and therefore out ot the Ju- It PRAISE FOR FIREMEN todFk fir
ot Florida authorities. 0 l
risdIction the At'th to
hour at
tered. Thp.were sentenced to three I 'I gong press ruins ; .
and Ore month, resptctirely. in .the The cutting d stabbing. so.1 ain told are still smouldering and a crew of : ":: ,.BEGIN AT' "
occurred bet een Cutler, and Moniac firemen ire water,on the : :
county chaia-gang., playing : same I. / :1
both ot whie stations are In Georgia; I ''
Wash Young wag On 1.1 for The'mai'bri' of tliose who vacated
wbere the nti ot Charlton'.dlps' businesses\ .Se
their and homes hare moved 'eI'I :EI -
liquor without a llcenw when the're. ros., : .
Into" rlda. Therefore the Flor. :
interrupted the hearth, and a.recess down r back and are busllj I engaged In:'replaIng *- .' .
Ida herlffl.d deputies Cannot. arrest 'things. It was a close call, butthey ,
taken uetl p. m. whe the case was .' I .J, I..
resumed. I my brothers ntil a warrant is sent to : esc .ped and are thankful. .: U ") '. .
YESTERDAY AFTER.> 'OON'S SESSION them trom'rela.. ;: |:Too m ich praise annot be given the .dJ

| : '-We have Mende .In our neighbor: Bremen f or their noble, heroic: and efficient : O 'One Quarter '

The Jury jt}Ting the.1 Is ue of the State hood who 'will help UI.1t the" Duncan "wo -k. which; fcoupled with", a dog- jORROW' I : .
crowd .ttac I'any or. our'people... I det< rmlnatlon and persistent.ef '
rs R. R. Taylor charged,.with carryIng pled! j I I '' _
do not know 'hl'thet the Duncan house :saved the day.' Nothing else I
concealed returned
;, yesterday coon's weapot r rdict of guilty late, I. protected y deputy sheriffs or not.I mould hive successfully combatted the Sept.October f 'i J ((25c.) : ":

Upon polling the jury It was found that .\now noth ng' ot the .puncans' and flames.: I' er / .
l;.J flee of the ix were UDa ImouS In their: do not' want to khow'anything about |II| On er TT hand complaint has been will [be returnedto
I- TerdlCt'whbe one of th m aid he had I them._ I th >yj' let us alone,, we will made as to the Inefficiency' of the water '

'Toted guilt-'becwee; he believed In the let them aloi e. but if they trouble us.. supply and the Crying necessity for 0

tba It was not. In thin I can't'y what will be the result. a.'Ore engine has ibcen urged ',by 'the 0C 10th each customer '

.t a-cordanpeith! hl.eo] ctionsSentenee4 : '., Mr., A. A.. cLean 4s Justice' of the pee tato:",. :::* L'' :

tae defer and It Sa prob- peace at Ba: ter_ and when be wants,I i ,.I. .I

The able other Mr ,*.hor win e eet an appeal. then hear any Jesse cbage III'appear'ags'nstJesse before Altman him.i WahtefTo Buy J t' on; each :dollar's <
agtnst r. Taylor that r "
ofUll8Ult: (mod.battery, wei continued There is no,i se.In arresting Jesse and AT btlCE'.ro a1' owner or arena aIbiironrblT and c ntinu o J< -:

for the terM on acooiJ t of the :jurors he has! not bfen arrested. .: 14th mreets mndrra, and h"uae Arena". between. D and 10thand. the ," worthy of igoods .
!. .DUNCAN'S SOUGHT TROUBLE. Ba). )J..t have four ulnpmr rnonn f f'. r y
being 41aq11 JUled b1 h ring beard the on ...:qnd 6...r. Price flboat 94JXM)tofeu. :{t r' .
evidence onJeat weaPon casevrhlch The St,.Augustine' Record, of (brad. phirtop! and floor_plan to : t'
I. nec.t'nc' luue' day, has th following which. 1ester-j ':
with the
JOSEPH L HICKSON, they purchase:
other, lIft' that the Du cans,, while there 1,< : ,
cha ed with aggrt- trouble andrestrained that.Jackson Duncan was i it'! aoa> Gnarantn Dulldintf.jdnneapoli :
sated t. had her routl'nuedfor b force from'cutttr:; the 1/j [ Minnenoto.Wosld I l' ..
case rentinr. for one if. do I E t"1 ,
'terk '' year .TON. duringthetwentyx
the while Ly la Dull, stood d pol'ptem n; i tlder wl.he, ...1.. .4 :
1 trial chjtrge The'Dun is engaged In the bloody f '
on a of by Inc an o1Icer; st. .
'1I'as eosvkdjd. and len eneed to. pay a affray OB the excursion train'retuning f ; >
: J
1t 20.OOORed FJI' days'jj saler
fine of $5.06 an4 roe. to Baxter w' re ripe.for trouble while :

; A BeU'1t I'ale at ey C'' C. ChnJln -. here last' Sun lay, and attempted to provoke W' an I to fl'd Spanish ., "',, '"1 ,. f. .. .-.-, .;
r ntered: :: laof: guilty'tor a 'qnar el at the depot here' Just PineappleSHos ; e ,
at r
the, charge l pC aura eel assault and before lave g. The,old man refusedto i -

r ; wag sentenced to pay flue of $%0.00. show his 1 1cket at the gate'and triedto 1.-RIT', ;., o' H.A',1 CHESLEY.$2 Mr !,1.000. o. 'We han just: taken an .1.nyentoryand, find that the;.Stock :. -. '
Intlmlda the who !
a er>> serve 6044575 la the ty Jail s gate keeper .
Fla. d"\J'
r' llapattahy f'
III would not al ow him to pass. Jackson 'reduced' T.pe ;

",,: dgNERAL NEWS.7dgjor Duncan, a si n. 'of the old mgn. drew a : :: must .I by, at least''$ 'p.oo'to make" room 'our ': '
1 1fci
...,.,.,. ." (;titr on fonday, September 19. for the .
,t- .vJI' knife, and at tried toward' the gateman, purpose pt,discussing the advisabilityof ... y r' > 1 .

,:known u the pioneer saying he would cut :an opening forming a trust:jof these kindred ID1jereatl. new Fall Goodiis. Money Saved is money made. .
but friends
through his seized and held .
t. 1D. tIIIe truck! I .,JThose who are Interested _eI'tho .". I .
cr wlq duMry In Georgia.ls o' .
; &nno him 'until h+i quieted down. The'BOn have Inaugurated movementstate :, I ,f. J- ,: .

d1t:. T : wig a one-armed man., He was killedIn that; this trust la sure to be'organized { :R r 1 I! 'I I *
the fight D the train. "
The Inteari!amen Ooncreu. laeeedon an4. that It Ia the'_object of the I o

M t. roula1': k ap in earned and returned on the game steamer they movement ,to perfect an*'organization : Buy Now !'' Buy of Us '1-j.

the ImportaDtlma, Won it 'A which .will ,be .extensive In' Its scope I =
had come o' er on to Havana."The .
raoluUdn it panedW11ng on the and, careful and thorough In its opera, :
gun ea'4eaeribe + '
e the condition .
L: Powers at convention I '
1dgnktory e of tions..
The Hagn4 ito! Inte e either jointly In Vei enela as most discouraging {t If the plans, of those who are at the I Save Twenty-five +Cents .
: The p pIe are taxed beyond allreason
F or'speratl4, with 'tI1 belligerents inthe 'head of this enterprise do not miscarry,
Far E .It la order 0 facilitate the I 'and: here Is so much1 'dissatisfaction Florida will hare A fruit and vegetable /I
wltt the government that an-
reator& br pesos '! trust which;will partially control/lthemarket I
I,t I other revolu l tlon .Is Imminent, Yellow vo

k ne- DeOtocntld t. -N tlonal 'Committee I,theiea fever also.ones b u broken, out In"some of season, wring and which the will Fonda so distribute vegetable I I : Jus\, think! what his 25 per Cerit. discount will, ,mean to : '
.. baa ct-hia. .oat.the. ames or a hundred demoralizing, budnese -. i the Florida product as to prevent the
; or n ors Dent Demoerstll t "genen iy. The country Is de- I f ; J -.
? .prom glutting of one market upon which 'in will
any .
'who'will tike the stu p'lz the"doubt.fuI :'i scribed as tx ing rich in Its agricultural ''[he State depends. It will also see that I 'you buying goods .thaf'Y9li naturallyy e.d' any 'wayw e

:: states..J Among a speakers are ;and mineral resource* but'the unstable. ,the' APply' baskets, crates and carters I t .. ft.' f o
Benatora ,form"of goy rnmentpreelud'sarpo- .
i. llaterro d MallorJ. ofI I l is Complete and that freight rates .I. 0;. '
TJortd& siblHty of i dvaneprant and progress' .
:. [ and shots.o!It almost! entirety. Interest ire eats'aetory., I .
j;:,. l Of : II 'EYery(v getable:and fruit producing RemehweifI-af{ will with
IJ -on the pait: of foreign nations. : we give each dollars
TIle Jack rule ht Infantry was .,, I I lection Jn the State is arranging to ;, worth :
:- the oelyrcgmpany 1Florida, State t' 'I lend delegates td this convention, I 1 -

Troopa the'took the S Louis Fair trIp, .,- ,A. WERFUL TRUST.Of WhIch 1%i to meet at the Board of Trade I .r -
j= after the mlneuveri Ifaueas.otPenne : '-' ,\ 'I' obms.. Jt is,.the.general opinion'that I: ., .c .purchased a chance (at' a : 8.

f.,.'. '.. JI 'Fruit: Aid Vegetable Growers ,To there will be several hundred delegates I Ii '! '''' ,.,. I-. 1'' i r; .
dice '
The State free Ivanla 11'rder..will : Be Formed.af. ., I 'I i present,[and that jthey will enter upon I ROUND. TRIP 'TICKET THE WORLD rS FAIR
1 'trlbute tad oles encourage ,theIr, labors with a determination to accomplish \0 :
> !fog raising for marketing -" ., .I I the desired ends. a.i '
SpeakingAssociation the meeting of the State I I If i. 1 '
J. purpose; f' St LOUi Mo.r '-- 0 3
Ij ; $ ::= -"--- -
j ,
/ of Florida Fruit and yel1 II j ... :{ .
r apwn itch ot thefStat.eboro corn- etable Gro era to be"held In Jackson+ .. 'j t I .
ffi. pang 'af uH; Georgi. ate troops;.who I villa 'next Monday the Times.Union KMilSaturday .

was la command of the troop at the i says. :. .* '-j: 1 l r ;. ,.i: .If .
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time of tl4 ill'DChln'F; r the negroes at The movement for the forming of a ( J .

that plax l ntly.,, w II be court marttaled : ; $t&te'association of, the. 'fnil.; and yegletable'grorrets I: oYf ,CAN BUY 0s. CAN BUY :
t ;:., : for e"tlect of ty; the court of -I and the manufacturer I rr I 'I' 2" :

Inquiry deceding then be. could have and.dealers in'fruit and vegetable bet' 0 ,Se rtven'l Elastic Seam. Drawers': for SOME":"EXCEPTIONS 'P. and Girls' School Shoe $L60. e60c.

t', prevented fie .lydchln It he had used lets and c triers is.' receiving a grew .. 'lr 1't ;
.' his' aath fr proper: t3. Other omce.f. deal bf att< ntlon from all parts of the hoc School Pants: 4Oe.. .
ID the oo$pane 1rI11 be tried, by Staten |l I O :5c Underwear; ;'SOc Underwear 40c The 'only goods! ; not '. I .

i. .. ..murtma4jfor? the. e oIreue. There ia lobes. convention this: I e I : .1 I for $1 Boys ,School Pants, 7k.., .
$S Hate fo $1.60; .$3 Hats : .$2.2& included this sale are j I. : ,
t. ,. ..'. -.. ; ".. J1' Trunks 'US no .
: Mr,Ji cker ounceshls can.4ldacj $1.50 Shoo for $1.20. ; $7.60
'. J Iderman d will apprecl- I 'J t..., .. contract. goods that w e ,
ate the APport of a voter at the and $3 Shoes fc r $2.25; $6 Hanan Shoes for .

f., Tuesd tfBAC onday i .. arenot_, allowed_. cut, sal'f.
; JIrlD ar1'l1fft : $4.50; $7 Sa. Shoes for.,$5.25.: a 100 .. Clothing will bt pat :

; .j
, :". $'FItOH 'UELi I f 0 200 Pair lien's.: ,' Boys'.*{Ladles' 'and Stetson ,Hats. Hawes, Hats on Counter and sold for 0

DUET I werelru.( .. i U t: Children}! Shoes 'on Bargain .less than New York Coat. e
Mesa and ler pur Queea QoaBly.Shoes, Overalls.. i

appo 'ted la Count;: i Counters to go regardless of. Cost ,'; 14 Suits Mixed Goods, former pricey( .
: : .
I I.
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Days roI .
..,\'" Meurs.lia Doatft d R. Eo Reater BargainAT $6 Macklntoeha''to. rt.'UO"U and'$i to go for i3 gS._ .
,arrived '3rtwni 1 t week on' their j t tI MacklnU strew $9. 17. SuIts Men's. -
I "' .Fancy Worsted, price* .
trot I .
.J 'at. _
: return a trip The Trope THE CHANCE I ,
.' L. $L25 Umb ells. 95c; $2 Umbrellas, 0
; .1ca1 Sun,4f their to says ot their 1 t $10 to Jl% to go for $5.55..

',." ,' trip and 1 .results H. Dort rand follows R.:E. Rear I : IRiin I $1.50:: t t. .1 This is positively: the 27 Suits I Men's Fancy Tweed, prices*$15 :

Kean.If. : Men's hints. 40c; $1 Men's Shirts
'If'r are hI'from their South Amer- aziw. ..5Oc. Last Chance you will rand 7.6d'to go for 795.: .
.,. Jean trlplsnd' they tell an lnteiedtng '75c;.-12 Miens Shirts $ .60. ,. .' I ,
> .
story of it expel ces Is the troptee. I ; $2 Men's Panto 1. $1..r..... ;I :. have- this' year of buy- 42:SuluMen;I 'a Outing Bolts' prices. p,. .
'! Th' !twent front here to Havanarice I \:!
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a $20 and $25to Co for $1.55,
K,." 'Mlamlt f} and froija Hanna sailed J i A DARE dprORT'uNnyl J3 Jolen'a tI, '25.;. <.> 109 the best goods than 1 : .

; direct to tperto Ca 10. an Important e -$5 )Jen'. anti, $3.75. I -;' Boys f'2.50 Suits to to for ,Lg5 i '
Vin.. 1:7 made at the '
shipping $!aee'OI1 coast of r. are p5c on '_
' welL T11'voyage the Caribbean 0 $1.50 Boy and Girls School Shoes '. t 1.2% Boy $3..50 School Suits to go far

.v to 1v's"decld lyrougby though ''n by e 0.,_ I- ,dollar, : Don't mss.it.. $tao. 'b .
for all tlIItf( Dom an pleasant.'., After ousekeepers ; safe mon y 'l ,
spending few daTI a Puerto &bell'Where '

ther t-i made e Inqulrls 111 re- laying in, as' 9". q 6linen .6
sari to e Duda they bel In view I S'e : 11.'Bto.hers.

that werirnot t 1 niT reassuring, they Towels Pillow a. heetsl6ed we o
: crorederland. to alenclat a pretty .
lx Iowa lad 2,400 t above sea level.. Y L'e r" j

1.doomed he ;"mountalDL'disap Here tmMlt they.for_ 'were theyfosndeoniUon : Quilts, and' Rug$ whit ur"ltock ui ,geu eons'.om'.ogeooooeao'ooeeo' .

all psi) Itity of. th I'as'mission to' preclude beingp.ooeeef4f'so ::2. in'.this sine! ls.fresha(f d (OJp{ t '

iRe!( pbort stay there "
retraced their eps to, the ClOUt i ,
.ley ... '
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