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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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ANOTHER w G EATS! :,closed.. THC'-quiet York.COTTON September September MARKET.New 17.1048-Futures;'. October o iffilts? $ 0 A BlOO SCENE, !tai 4i'Cases,'r I I COUNTY Finished-_COURT. Though CASES.,Motion,.,' MIAMI RIFLES f



BATTLE I IMMIN NT i 1040;and February November,,1044;1034 March;' December.;,1049;., I ,Will be _Argued'' Nexjt' Week. :" RETURN HOME

April. .1051;- May, 1054., Sppt:cotton AND. f Cf UNTYI ** .- f
closed quiet; 'middling upjand 1090, ;,: BIOTJNIAK After being In session one week to }

.-.4 and middling gulf, 1011.>/ the day county court adjourned this
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"' j INDIANA PRISON FIRE. ',I ASt I afternoon for the term: though a portion WeB Pleased With Eat iupmetlt
aad
etoeen the Japanese and R sslan LaPorte, 'Ind-XSeptember 17.-Fire' By .Vest irday'j' Jacksonville Metropolis-llaliti i Sent to : of next week will .be occupied by It
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today destroyed five five-story buildIngs -: (t.1 'Judge Heyser hearing motion for Trip Maoassas.Caplala ''

c Foxes at Mukden. Insldevfhe State prison walls at Scene. to Protect the Lives of Innocent People+Miami new" trials, appeals, etc;;; rl 1 .

MlchlganX, and causing a total 10000i Hi i ifles 'Jacksonville *. ,the' Riot- Call, Was Only one'case was disposed of this l
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/: -J I of Z10000o I Werajin, ;When '
l" I W rtornln*. It wu the ts'vll suit of A. J
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/ Sounded Begged to Sent;to the' PlaceBloodshed H. Chapman intervening' In the suit Jaadoo Tals bterestfoA if TieVTrip
Wit b1| .
bombard ; poodJajttatxpe MAD&Huntsvllle land
: Japanese j | j /"_ .MORE ,ARRESTS !I r. oE., C. Lanler:' Co: vs. Hull A Scott
Effect-G aa' cad ed/, Ala.. September 17.Two The Feudist Under Arrest. rf action In attachment R. H. Seymour i and leis of, Some ai die fine

i men were placed In Jail here this*'' ; I "15. appeared for plaintiff 'and O W. M. AdIImmeats.r Ills Goalpaap .'
Mug' / connection with 1 ,
for alleged' rf
; t. Arflale-Kurop morning llllams for Jnterventor. r.
the lynching ot the negro. Maple )est::, 'f t' II L .
week.. They are Silas Worley.. c argldl .4 e lewal-of hostilities' at Baxter. "alwt up",the .town. -The people are II The case was ,tried by the followingJilryr .
i .J Baku- Thursday 1 l.l state of J. C? Vereen. G| M.,. Taylor R.
with arson and Joe Mitchell charged o inty. night growing ;* wild excitement, and some ;
i 1 Burr. Ewan Peacock. John Bertl- Company L; Ham!. Rifles Captain
( ) The with murder j from,tl e Altman-Dukcan feud of a few are leaving for other place until the '
Mukden,, Friday
8 aw and W.: H. Combs returned J. )F.,Jaudon.. II
who nmandlng.. home atlast'from
d&1.I.
Iii and resulted in the authorities' .
Japanese are reported 14 be advt nclnjwlth The rumor that more troo, whhjh can restore peac
both Banks fromHhe east. outhr be sent here to assist guarding the I sherltr i ixwse being-; fired upon at the I.A GRAPHIC STORY.N. .,, a 'finding.of title for Hull. Col. Wil- the S ate encampment' and

and southwest. The, outpos s areonth Jail Is absolutely denied ,by Captain.! boiW l of R'm. Dunes. ,!) and two persons J. NewlOme/a well k own traveling li ims at once rave notice 'of application najtary: maneuvers at Manaosa, Vas'

actively engaged twenty 'miles Brown 'commanding the militia ,already killed, ,jl i, the. topl -of_ conversation! man for C.: M: Lewis. A Co., of for anew trial and. the same will The majority'oft j the company-thirty-
five
b argued.lintweek.. In number-fcame in
cant of here,' there being almo ('Un1J here., throbg oUt the StaUJ and In Miami the this city, was in Baxter I laatj.night and this' morning
.... ,.. skirmishing. ::1 j -_ I sitiiitlon IIII'being roundly discussed. arched. here today., The, following cases, were. disposed ,while a ,few arrived last nlgbt, >!and

apnt Indications L point.: 1J anothe grralf The Pullman car' works ban shut The Metropolis 'yesterday afternoon 1 Mr. ,Newsom said that about 11 I o yesterday afternoon. '.-: marched, immediately I to the armory "
where equipments
battle In.the vicinity MukdeiThe down, and 7,000 workmen are' idle inconsequence contained t brief diiipatch o'clock a mob -came into I aster and Mary .Curtis,,using open profanity -, Every army were stored.
membe the
of
renewal of hostilities and the kill, tvent to where Sh riff is'convicted,: and company .1.<
Russian troop occupy*I1 sum dial the, : Deputy < Thriftan sentenced to ten '
Tillage*. Refugee ar pocklngj jp' ththcity lag: of* titionfti o men1e; following addl- an some: of'the member-o his posse I'" ys in the county jail.!-. eajoylng the' be t of health and' ,

the ,Chinese among them com. National Commltteeman: JC.'John-! 4e crimp and actions were quartered.. Attracted b r the noise Archie Kennlth pleaded' guilty tot well speaking pleased' wllh tie their outing. In
of
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plain of the severity of the Japi oe. son, of Kansas, the other day In an In resjiltirigfrohi afterward! are reproduced 'a opened the door to ;o outside, t charges, 'one of using public pro- trip and events
terview, Chicago, expressed the opln-1 r th< ,Jackson vl?Ie;Metropolis for and u he did so the shootln. ; wu Com- fi nlty and the other to'drn kenaes throughout Captain Jaudon .....d this

PORT ARTHUR AGAIN ASS+ LED. Ion that Judge Parker would take theplatform ;! the benefit-of our many readers.Sheriff menced by the mob.' A'due 'of pistols I) the first offense she was'sentenced morning:. IJ! '

Chefoo, September'Ij-Japaiie4e arriving at an',early day to reply to Herndon land a posse left ensued,'and\he shooting co: tinned for]itc pay 'a',fine' of U5. O' and cost 'orv "The trip was' not only 'pleasant l but

here today report that']1 wa some of the questions'asked by.Petal,, Baker '-*untyi: Mon a1 for Baxter.,to about fifteen minutes. .Wh n it ended, "e'30 days In the county'Jail and the experience !rA Ingirnalmis received '

'expected a general assault on Ppft Arthur dent Rooeevelt In his letter"'of,accept'Ii arrest th s principali In the murder of .ands the mob'' dispersed It was found I I I the second a fine of $ .00 or' tend was Very j-benenc'jl; to the men

I would;; e takenplace yei rday. ante; the bun in* and the negro. Jim Rlley.: that; Deputy Sheriff Thrift had. been I ys' tat Jail was Imposed. Both fine and consider r that wo how know morekboti

;Chinese and Japanese Jboth4he that .' I I Sheriff 'erndon'ani his men reachedBarter killed. I were paid.JHenry' oWierin-ithaa| -we eves ,lUt be.

bombardment of f>rt Art; r bee 'it ha been recommended- the that night and. at once set.out J MILITIA ORDERED OUT,., '' Allen pleaded' guilty! to ass fore. At Manas' *** the mimic war was

terrific .ThursdayShells' 1DO'R1t.and force'of American soldier* in the Philippine to hunt down the Altman. ,The sheriff .Secretary 'of State Crawford, acting ult and battery; but sentence. was de- conducted 'on ute lame plan* as. it
1 I would had bien
continued so.until Friday morel >*-. Islands be reduced from its wai warned by th people ,of Baxter In the absence.d Governot.Jennings <. rred for the present we opposing deadly' ;
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,fell with great frequi :y Jn present ltandlng'of. four .regiments of thai; the !Altmani would resist arrest, ordered the Live Oak military.to the Wash Young pleaded.not guilty to a enemy the Florida'regiment' was In 't
.the Chinese part of taj tcnra.l ranklrhlch cavalry and nine of Infantry to three I ant ttthey were fhearlly 'armed forth4 scene of the, trouble"yestei day' liter charge' of selling liquor without license the second, brigade of the dir ,on!under .%.

-A4)fii, a village;at PlgW.Ea regiments of cavalry. and seven'of infantry iHll'pOMiVltixJ 1-1 t 'J" aooa. The Wilson Battery f Jacksonville and was so proven by the Jury General Grant and according to the, '

had been 'occupied blithe: Rai dans. ; \ ) ; ttfldawnta courage BberittHe.Tnlqni.uid left then yesterday at 3 o'clock oath, tried hi* case. decisionof them$ our'brigade 'IS
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,11_ II.- Mcretlr I .tad bat t baa hU vent to.the which'wa ,commanded, by Brigadier
I pore on a iprdal.train carrying ti ro Gattllngauniwitlittem. 1 -- -
sot yet beta cots >.h. the "OFFICIALS t=home of lAItmU last night and .J. ,-. VERNOR.EI (jf General.Tasker 1."Bliss rwas:theoretically '
Lf G wiped out the'Florida
except
uLusliW : u llOOta I" :was made :f RIFLE3 W ANTED'rr9"GO" nc-

pap .. liiwn the AltmauMgaa their attack :Captain ".-F, Jaudon aao the mem- car V' ImeDt''W1l1ch'was given Itty per tent.
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to z !f.PAY4V1S. r1'. MAllI( with. ',tor/ tII IDa e of bnUeU., The fin br.'oI the'Miami RUM were in>Jack- ., TOW8HTJSV Ohan4.:1:j '

shat have Yet r.tlaed: ft.btl.e.d I. I. ,' '.,t..t-t.. irai. returatd by UM WBcers. and a death .. ''yesterday 'when./the aU for Captain 'Jaudoo then talked ;about
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hat been ,;< L.:...:;.... ., : .. e.PDer&\.conuctottkeamp and ,
utben i.t: : ; f l '.f I JMta.f f l. -..-!.. r *t 'l eeiatviuLatll.atyaaha4tMriot < **--- ; ","""' -.JoIJ"-- ".. maneuvers ,
Sheriff 1 Herndon. waa wounded hi* depntjfkliUd > call was blows on -Bif Jim..'thr p -'If.' I i accounts of which have al
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I reacI7'beea. published -la-nr.....
Parrot. ABaaaacesHatJM die ('ft and:Hx (others were shot waterworks whistle, and that Immediately = Addles rile Voters of Mbol '. bePoBOcal I
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aIJ
,Mr. >
AOITA' TON 1$ f I- It u Biitjknown whether or not Sheriff there was flurry of jexdtement! to the Rifle l1eIaI4 they were tuttjvone .

4 R., Seplember, 1 The tat btcd. *$27.008...h..1mprMIf Herndon i* fatally hurt Some of the and a rush to the armory, .- (The Miami i ksaes at n.rib.-.na .; ": of the best 1' not the_be.t.company r

agitation fe'n rpec ij'' Injke mtfmben of the posse'will. die from boy Joined la' the mad fight- A consultation in the regiment, and that the company
aortberi put ofd Ita3I in f die Waler SIM of die qb.Y thflr wound I I of officers was hurriedly I call SpeattheAfteraooiioitlMBay.iCapt > established the tireord. In fact, was the v

place it'll awing the lc o- r, I It i.iot known |If,any 'of the AltmaAl e4 'and after due deliberation < it was only company'in.the regiment add at '
f I Ior 1: Mftaassa that d d not have a sick 5
Vere man.
/erit a nbenion. 11ti 11tiTbereal killed or wounded.. They decided'to' send the Wilson Battery )
can. dthi'ig1tation tithe I IMI"I. ton htjlke| demonsr!!' around the house of that city to Baker as it was a martin the guard" house and was Dot '
attempt otl Extreme party overthrow .. J. R. Parrott, first vlceprwIdent -: anti iq the neighboring woods, and It the only thoroughly equipped COI.a1j1 company ; N. B. Browsed -Democratic reprimanded for disobedience'or misconduct "

the cabinet, whcb( inspit the .and general manager, and R:T.:; I I. believed that the| were aided In'the there. .. nominee for'Governor' of .' accompanied during i the encampment and imaneuvel"l.
lfbeiil general superintendent of thsJf.E. :; .. by Hon. F. M. Hudson;candidate .. His 'behaved gentle J
fact that I 1. a ministr energetically Golf fight,b'y friend, who expecting an attempt -' men ,>
kept Extrend t inband. C. Ry accompanied byE.'Trills, ',tx arrest had gathered The Miami boys begged to'be sent for State SenatOr:from this district manly throughout the trip and won frequent :,;

th4 of the same company, came down yesterday ''' the]Altman' ho theE aid in'their, re- but owing to much of their equipmentshaving arrived In the'.city this'morning 'compllm< nts both -'rom officers. p
morning about ,11 o'clock ins On of the' murder been'sent home th y were' declined (rom Vest.Palm Beach and are guests and spectators. ,

AN IHPORTANf MABL special train on a tour of Inspection of ant issued k public'dell to the the permission; but were assured at the Everglade.Hotel; ,r "The majority of the company wentto

burg, S4ember -Anlmportaat the 'company'l 'work. now: going. on, IlIiU.g and said that.they evsiopmeai, regard Chltia here and In the bay. arrested. Fhe people Bax- If needed. that th i town was not accompanied. by Hons. .R., W. ate Mariasas aid spent,one day. re 'I

I attit a towtrde he bet rent In the afternoon the party was taken a that the Altmans will resist, much excited and. indigna. 'against Davis or D.''H.'Mays who it had been turning; to cam > in time to leave for.

II expectedito develop well inf rmedY to the dredpa!lID the bay by' Captain I tote" (last and that they will die rather the lawless'factions caused announced, would/be with him on his home which, w a done last Sunday." ::1

ofI Mcintyre on the company's launch after th 'rlu bmIt to arrest They are deer the trouble, was t,call, canvass' of the East' Coast, though\they said. Captain Ji udon.., "The'company '

The runion are loser.nr1 cone which they were driven around the peme determined nen, and they have which has not been thatllive In that will probably Join him after'he reaches wanted to go to St. Louis but not ,hay: ., "l'

between Chin. and Ja and the railroad properties In the city. Later I friend* Who! will aid!them In,their fight city before' In several : to the West Coast next: ,week. lug quite none enough it was :decided -
i
poulbility ? Japan t g or Port in the afternoon they made'a trip over agklnst {the authorities stimulate the people wer |This afternoon Me an. R.. M.: Smith, to return to Ja fesonvllle and spend a a
who desired "
hnndrds ..
Arthar to e'Cbineee wpen eaor the extension of the road south an! Jf A CRY FOR HELP.. dlllturbbce. arms R.! H. Seymour are tendering Captain few days as we leeded rest and,recrea- t j i !
t +II 4 ( and to quiet the i
of their ng'Mtncburla cM.ne returned north last night, I .,fonowlag telegram was received go Broward and a small!:party of invited lion:from the hard work"we had been I ;,1

'Tbough 'these re Q'Tta area noon.Srmed While here Mr. Parrott made the from scene of th'e trouble this fore- THOUBLE!: WELL IN rAND.Buter.'Fa. guests a' launch ride on the bay trip through." j I i I :

:. they leadto, tki general belief announcement that after a consultation .. September ;''eITe to the dredges and visit 'to the beach. All of the men are enthusiastic and ;.

that anchnuouauo are gbi g on with Mr. Flagler It bad'been decidedto 1.1i1.i Baxter, G*.. Sept. 16. 1904. (men additional to those srrqstedyester- Tonight I :\;' Broward.. "Mr. Hudson appreciative of the treatment accorded > ?
behind 0.1 CE8ehern. Jacksonville.'Fla.rA day, surrendered today to 8 ittriff Herndon and probably one or two local orators them In :
th.1.cene expend the sum of =YiO In tmprovtug : I Jacksonville.; They were
the water work* system In this city inob attacked til' Is place last night on charge of bavin j been Im- will address the public pn' State political shown all courtesies by cityofficials., .,

00 rrI0N8 0p and that the'work;'will begin i at an kllllni Deputy Sheriff Thrift of Baker -. pllcatd In the killing of Deputy SheriffThrift''yesterday Issue at Horticultural HalL Ample soldiers and c&lzens In general and "

,,,Kuritl9 eadgwrteon th, id.WUdneday .- early date. i I I ,Jaunty, and one other man'and .- and the murder of provision has been made' by the County made welcome| So pleasant was.their ,"

the Japans fron wu to It.rrer. watt wMtled several ot&en I ask you to Jackson Duncan: and the negro. Jim Executive f' Committee" for the accommodation stay there that lit ,was with 'eluetance ,;

mil north of 14ao Ya4, about It la proposed the Uy city and In addl.. haYll:! jnllltary and lietectlvet sent here Riley on the train last'Sunday alghLlI of.the audience and a large 'the men left there yesterday, but according "'
main throughout
half way Mnkdead tang to the present'''pumping capacity- thl* tftorning; for thin protection of f amHilf ,of'the: prisoners have been,:taken crowd should ,turn out to greet'aad. to Captain Jaudon.'"when a
yiuiropatkln'stpost tion to Jacksonville nnder'a, heavy guard hear Florida's next Governor
eral eeKuropatkin )
)
'Is "
'Cello1 I. broke there nothing ellle
of million gallons of water dailY, : _
le beUe'ed to be ovingbis Install one with a capacity I (Signed). ;Wm. M. Duncan. of troops and "It .is bellevid no moreHerndon. ,]Tomorrow morning,Captain Broward to do. but to.ull stakes and, bunt
new
bs.dgnuten to,111rbtn armlel to a pump A" later-report! that after. .the trouble will occur as She I ff will sail for Key West 90 the steamer '
gays 'IUlle
gallons This It II'considered bome. That i What the did :.
of 500.000
are IMhfled foia whilet InaPend & at 'I of the Altmans on the sheriff has the situation well In hand All dis- Martlalque' and will address the votersof '
protectlooand but had ,they: een seeking 'charlt1
will give ample fire '
boautues 'The ps ere apparently I nd. his, {posse they frost to Cutler and order hasquleted down. ,M9hroe county In that city Monday: there la' nod bt, the genial aptlln '"
{ allow for a greatly Increased: coneumption '
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the to ofLiao I .
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exbnu.ted a --- -
for yean to come. --r- l aye.:but what he peOple of that city, ::
I 'I LOOKING iLUMBER.I good Umber back there al far as.we I WATSON. '
CARD FROM MR. would have given them a "band out" ; .
yaiL----1'- The Investigation of'an alleged lead ) I II" 'Big "T could see." said Mr.. 'Eddy, "but thereOf I" Captain Jaudon compliment be om- t.nn
OAMA RE RTS.Toklo. I Some of tie* Lumbermen of Michigan 'was so much water over the land that His tly
in the Government crop'report'; has Thanking Friends for Their Efforts or the Florida regiment very hIgh.
September ll Fleld haiOyama been closed, the ,Department of'Agriculture I After Tlmter\J_. In Florida.La it was Impossible tp form y kind of a {I'I'and Announcing His New Plans : and has nothing but praise for'all
report that the Rose cavalry accepting the explanation or t j \ definite Idea of the real extent of it at I, '!To the people of Miami'and especially oC those with 'bom he MId his men
scouun th- I ; l day aj j\ aJ"rty i lumbermen this time. It is more than likely that '
ontpati are daily the New:York firm whose corecut'gaY"1" ; 1 the fire department, I. wish to extend came In,contac =:
ward In the vlclnity of Mu i entnMontfutai rise to the'charces.. from' ttgan arr" Yed'In Fort Pierce ,I shajl' come down, here this; winter as thanks for the noble efforts they 'The boys a naturally'glad'. to get '/
over twel m11ee"t. ,' and lift Saturday morning for a trip I am greatly Interested i .the\East made building and contents .
i to save my home and whll the trip has= been Invaluable -
Thu Russian csy ry tarp aag Mystery surrounds death of William ; through the woods' la the nlghbohood Coast re orts. My sister and her husband 'rom' burning down> last Thursday from

to pick their iulmmer 1 thing Hampton of Breathltt county of Lake Okeechobee. with the Idea of ,- Commodore Mills., 'Detroit, morning. and am sure, had' Dot ,such content to let another aimiiltary.vrew roll they around are P- /
year "
the; win r w nut- Inspectlig g a large!tract of pine and were at'Miami sod Palm Beach last heroic '
an get oct Ky.;In St. Louis. where he had gone efforts been made and the fire before tackling Wh a proposition and ,
cypei mber, In|the, party were W.1 I winter and they were enthi siastlc overthem. z
forms to attend the,World' Fair. ,Hiswas beds mnfined to my building alone that outing again I, .
found In mutilated condition on a Eddy of Saginaw;one of, the best ( ., I was surprised to fii d the country ninny other buildings- on Avenue D Ii _'

Iowa and Nebraakis bad thei first a dissecting table of a' hospital and knowii 1 im'bermen In Michigan ow-ner developed to, such an a tent; Yon would have been consumed. .., 'f

frosts Thnnday nigbti but alai dam. brought home. "" of'.seteril, large mills and, extensive know the popular,Idea In t ie North Is '[TOO much praise cannot be given the :" It'is doubtful If there Is a city ,a*

age was done. # "' lumber Interests' InjCanada, ; P. and R. that Florida Is mostly tow lIlP.:except Miami fire department for the gallant young M* Miami In the'eotlre countrywhich
4 It'has been given out that'the L. AN. Glynnj I.I."ho are !Interested with Mr. 'where, the resort 'hotels are. '*Fort Ight I they made.i I take this opportunity has as good a water work plant
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Th.twaltth. oooference of Inaetpsrflamentary ..tafradbr, secured control- of the Eddy l .'.the Canadian ,mills, and H 'Pierce looks like a'hnstlln t town-and to say that I have) ordered material u;:Miami and set the glad new ha '

Union, wise ku MaysvUIe and Columbus railroad In'' Savagf, rho, has been located In Jacksonville the News- la one of the bat papers I and wilt 'IOOn have[finished another just come that Its capacity/1 to. be

been It aeaedon at SL Louis. bias nd Kentucky. and will build a bridge. or a few jean' a* representative have seen in the: South."- ort Pierce bjilldlng'' larger and ,better: suited, for made* about, th ee time "a* great a* +

Ira work and win meet nex Inf across the .Ohio river at Maysirtlle.. land buyer from:sevenl'milisinthe ,News.- ''I \l;hardware store where I hope to see :,soon as, men a n4 money,can do it Fortunate .
nortil | Indeed 14 Miami I II
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my old customers and many new ones. \
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*' ---f Commander R. E. Peary the Arctic Onrth: ,lr return Wednesday' eveningMr. : ,Prince- Herbert Blsmaifc of' Germany [tAt present I am located opposite the I I II .

gxntar of the huury jaw istmpeigntng explorer."ha announced that he has 1 ., Eddy. _'was ,seen at the Stetson Is quite 'ill. nifferhig1great'pain-, !oostoffice and will .soon have ample. i .The New York I Republican: held .
i of the News and ,
in 1fani4i and ; torporer signed V contract for a new Arctic BOOM Ill, a reporter '" stock to supply, the trade. '
their State convention this
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( which Is week at
.alleviated rphine .
freely to the trip I by m > ia- '
regard '
talked Inl j I
attempt
which he 1* to use In another 111. 1 '
ot.Ohio is tD Neb talkIl.gdnt ship j ; Sincerely yours. SaratogavFrank W. Higgins. pf Cat..
to' reach the north pole. just inaie.: "Then II.a.. big tract of j r:Jections. .. ,
th f RepitWR I Ij I l 'J.-W.WaUon- taraugu. was nominated for Governor. :, '

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EBAL BECTORT I Cheathanv J. H., Patterson S.. 01 CAN[AL WELL THROUOH. BEFORE THE CAMERA.
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Conrad. J. A.rosiand. Fairish.; Allah ]I I ,

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tea.orlalp aerie.. hark P. C. Rose C. J. J I !at Fort .Pierce. May B..lecurecL "

Juutes. Drab. Gaston Reffly. J. BJ '"The sort clothes.w4rn by a

toss of ahosld the drab b.sddreue oecIa.J krnglaa, E. B.. Rash Dr. W. B The dVainage canal is well through person: when posing for photograph -

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:: Dorn..J. K. Rump,' 1:4.1.: ., the confneb of the town of Fort Pierce has a eat deal too; 'with

"7 t 1b.4J.daka'.TsnW:: ; ATOab ., Etwtn.'W. W. Raolenon, d B the army: I of wprkmen DOW.' digging the success or failure of the photographer W* ire making hundreds of Frames very month fejr} .the leading toa- 'I

aekYI1: Enloe. Dr. O. Rnmph, GeolFriueI around Ihe site of the old mIlL',Modern in"ECC ring,a good ''mcfure, tractors, and we should make them for yott. W* do It r-hcaper and batter. ,

L eaucola. O. C. Safford.: L. B., methods are being utilized in pushingthe laid a photog.apher. :- Ouir latest Improvement. If the OM ol Bronzed Finish Ball'Bearing Wet

MeIta I a..0 Mi'f. ., Hanagan, R. 8.. SewelU E. Qfiaxelby .: \ work, says the News! of that place.On "Take' w 6t of silk with'a glistening Sub Pulleys, and )'OIIlhould Insist m getting these ta/7our frama*. WVsai

the uc.out Frederick. J. S. J.' Gy Wednesday,a number of old trees, 1 or pol hed surfaceJ. Such a you bYe any building to do write to th*[' j ,

B:1 W.ria ka. Fran, i. 8. Sulzner. C;. F. : which ad been lying in the bottom of I garment ctlnllt be made td take well
M. tlpukma.amps. ( '
iIecoD41Ct'kSII.. | j! I IJUIUCUAU : Gerlack A. P.Girtman. Smithy JullUs. the creek for years were blown out I in a photogrl ply. and will give a pe- :EA8T' COAST, LUMBER &. SUPPLY CO.

CJ IMISSIOXEkS.B. .' Jamel'Stoneman.. F.Solzer { B. with -namlte and the canal is being i culiar effect 0 it that outof Eau Gashes

oomph C.-... R. A. E. comple .ed as they go along:In a'splendid ten-women \\ ]1\I.not like nire when porlda ( ,

sea H. H.Burs.. BMWM Lids Ye KlY r.eat, Cblrm n. GautIer; T. N. Shanahan M.Sewell. manner.J. the fact j" p0 nted out to diem, they !

I.U Merges.Jup r. Graham s. JobGartbalder S, Frederick,. the drainage engineer may refuse belleye'it. J Another
L C.Dunn.Yadl.oe. Clerk. t ,
Be.denatyerslid 10 eel or'thetB0ar4 a C. H.Gramllng. Seymour K. H.Sawtelle. of the.F.. E.' C. Ry., came up lastSaturday thing that d es not lend Itself well ,, ,.

?,. J. C.: J.j1. and x'paid the men and be hasremkided to photoerap lic purposes' ashen made .

.h1;}. 8.CoII JSBI05EB.' Gallatt. F. Shaw, H. Bl. : here'.n the week oversee- up. into gut nests are goods of a MoREE ,BR.COS.

W'.MJ. GanUer, R. B. 'Taylor, R. 1C' I Ing thl-ork: and'laying out the course positive past rn, such 11" large piaids.' .

>IJutoa' a DiatKicr.1DO. Griffin. A.-M.' Tnrnage J. L The three foremen! Messrs. Farrow'. wide stripes, and .so forth Dresses I. KINpER L J GA.

atjBbrtcjnu InnM and Co atleL) Girtman, W. H. Tatnm. :B. B. WigKinfon and.Jones.\are\ very painstaking of these'goo s may look niell-on the \

Dlm1c I Beach. Hayes J. H. Tatum, J.U..' !, and are particular to do all wearer; and perhaps in a fcs case )10 e--
lID& Ll. HIll L.'E.X :P detract the effee in .
KPaaSEXTA'BVL I work {thoroughly. 'WorkXwould have not rom : a photograph -

DADfyiUlfTT Hunter, J. G. Watson, C. H., been commenced on the bridge before ; bu lIS 8 general 'proposition I
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O.ai4Ts..Sing. f ord'; Hill, William. Wharton, F, 1' this but the lumber ordered for: It has they 0 gut to be tgbooed by

.uDS' coavf OFFICKRB.tyjbdg.AIk Hetherlngton.M F.-White. E. L.Heyser. : not been received. AdditionalwOrk women 'whe having their pictures rKindetLof.Crat

", L U ,.....MiamI.. A. EWall. .!T. A. was done on the approaches this'\week, taken by an : photographIc process.
County Atwrpp" .Sander Mlaml HaIl W. W. Whaler, H. t. Sharp cont sts in pronoUnced colors -
fconr, the material does arrive
Clerk of Cite & and Recorder ol DoodfCooomoiOroTe. and n jit Chase & Harney. Miami
-L C. DeirboStMriffrJobn roiodk. .. Hahn F. W. 'Worley,,G. .L can completed in two days.. ought( also to ,be strictly avoided I

Miami.LSmltl Hughes," W. D. Wilson, J. L -- and jet or other li tening' or I

CoUe of Tatter oL". Hardee"Coeose Horner J. W.. Woodworth. .' F.- l'h PREVENTED. glittering 'wclry ahouI1 not be I SellKinder Lou- Crates! .11.fV Dade j County
arerL1Ts.e.1 .
....a. Miami MlamL Jones, M. Eo'WUmn., '-JI, worn. for tl e light jll reflected from ........8.................
SXS ffiZSrtMnn: 0' Public laattuo- A. J.. Xlmanies I. them'somel mrs i in !Such way as to f'
ij'Kolbo Th< startling announcement apreY(11Uve t
o.-z. naVUta.i
'Merritt. .
; almos I to
Bard .>oi COO T"BSiliitoDerV o. W.J of suicide had been d ICOY. spoil completely tie picture. .. I
IAinhar .? ksumad West Palm Beach r.C.j PUTS NE D.'ro:1T! '"StilI ma erials in drc e8 are also ,
A\CIlMI' Japter; a. L McDoDDkt. I'ulford: cred ;will,Interest many. A run down + t
"laml A. BekMr CocoaDIIt i apt to act" s 11 ('ontributing cause
,,iota e.w ; .
'. +-: LV. Clerk and Aocillor 01hard. 1raD- cckJ. system,! or'' despondency Invariably. ,
to an1un1 tisfnctory
.MJami. A grievous oftlmes i a suicide, and something p lotograph Bargains In Grapefruit Groves
prec lde has
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CIB UITko0RT CJF 8EVL'frB'l'Dlc result of'unbearable pain from I overtaxed Goods that "ill fall intp soft' and
]found that will that
been prevent con ,
i! t iC T.amlwactu ot'ganL Dlszlness, Backache, dltlol graceful fol J s are he Lesd Cor'-dress '

... '( Dade and oUIer uuliea). Uw L complaint and Constipation.I But first which makes of.suicide self-destruction.likely. At to be photo aphedln for the artistic Eight Grapefruit Groves, three to flvt yearsold in fine'condition for sIs
LJeep..Tlturrfbprouseutuy the thought
is in LliPir '
Anoroey-J. D. Beaw.Orlaado thanks to,Dr. rant's New tlfa POls.' possibili '_- -- _.n,_ urrcn"ement" Arch Creek station. -These groves are located on avenues lined with palms}

Clerk e(CoD ClrcIiI-L .Court DlllltrtMInliItam eo.eenaaonPitsYg !.' they put an end to It'all. (They an I 'kejElectrlC Blttel'L. It being put are well ligli limitless. Sharp, Alo twenty'acres now being set out. These groves are budded to the choicest-

Fall TwID",.(trm F en"Mhlode, after FouRb gentle but thorough.' Try themj.. Only ton1 and.nd ncrY1ne build uP'win the strengthen system. It'salso. the harsh lines at the neck old wrist art variety oUr l&.. .Titles perfect.. ''Will take pleasure in showingJthis) property' .
o bad I. Did notice '
: n/"fl as we you pver to prospective purchasers. } *
......'1..prU. Sc.. Guaranteed by all drogglitLThere I Stomach Kidney and ,
d 1 /DAD C OCOUNT.gdgeArm I, j.: crr..t that when i woman wears some! soft ,H is a well-known fact that grapefruit trees are more pronSo andfrellabiebearers !
Tar ltor. Only 1Oc. Satblfaouoa .
UeJMr.lUami. Isis 'considerable ,discussion ftCU chiffon or, something 'of that, sort than any other variety of the diva gamily,and realize as least double

r2 7srm-FtrtYeodaytoJa.imz among the" cltlsena of.this!,section of t bJ: aD drnggfaqt about her reck the photdgrpph ieal- .the price of oranges A four-year-old grapefruit grove If properly eared;for

8pItq lel'11"1&Maeda[ I.April. the county about the ;; .advisability of ways morel, pleasing than when she should pay all needed expenses, while oieigRt years of age, it should be pay
I"I&JlODdU is;July.Ial1Ti I M or F. A. Salomonaou, President stock N
eammerT.rm- wean a stiff collar or ? :
-I1tmMayIB r.0LAJDOPT petitioning the county I commissioners .leg 8 per cent of more on a valuation of ItflOO per acre. From one grapefruit
Lt and 'election T: d. Taliaferro of the First National "All of these things I have men- tree General Hazen
/ CLOAIIia5YII to order a wet dry but it sold 1110 worth of tae frnit.
B. ..Cltallto, ....,.. U probably too late to Uk'the'matter Bank."Judge O. 8.. Farr, Broker liar: I tioned help to give 'a !{photographthat /

". ;,JbM>. ..JMM r.. ,up this season: It ls claimed that there grate,Attorney,J.' F. Glen and Council-' quasi y which causes! a woman 9a: : T $ W LE.: '

;tcHum"B S>iMl&OorMfUUi' rou. ha been a very conslderabli of mal J E.;W. Mo ro.. were on the list of to say it.im't entirely satisfactory, m .

"-IdH g nerJ.... .0 and L-Jl..cloelt Tth Mreetrwd -: sentiment against the, lId Change traffic vctlJns' o(J. A. Blvens,. alias J. D. even though the features may be : P0. BOX. t. IDIam1 J'1&

ela1ay Scbo 11 at tg aches: t Ellis, who was bound over Co crimnal excellent j S'-illcd: photographer! ,
P.e.'itlalos at I plta.:Pr4ermeeungeeery within the pact year,-Cocoa an I Rock-
W aeoa4&JD1CbSJ. I:.. 1 sre.fdWlyin. ledge News.- -" court I.; by: Judge Robles .yesterday.. know these things and j try to have ,

tl W.l4er.rns.Paator.' -- Charged '."Ith.,obtaI Ding money' under their customers avoid them,'.but oftentimes '
JI.. DI.. kL BogTB. twruer Aft.. ; false pretenses. Btvens' arrest is and
was persuasion jflseless,
I'n.r meeting We4JIee.br.UtIIO EUKATISM.I 4 .
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.w ,.... t dar IeboG.aI tea.m trt.ecal due! ; to 'Mayor Salomonsonthefnimflammer then .com Ithe"ki when
proofs
"g aI 11..;... Ep.artb'.ane"i-le p When pains._ or' Irrltatonj lilt: &n primarily : J. A.; Bobbins & Co
m.prsscslsast}. p.z .c._ P'1r.r..oon, any'r-rt of the body,' the ppplcmtloo having made a second I are show that there is somethingabout ,
1'uIor. of BaHard's Snow Unlmenlt giTM attempt to '"work"the "mayor. The itGlobeDemocrat.don't like' 7-SL Loris

*.e.t-S. vacf.l hllUfat I CX-Ber!1I.'el..et
.rckooi(. .es LIB.J' (freMlilnf' at 74'p. IlL 1.1a'P.IIII''JMUaIf1l'edDM4". luH'Yar House, El Reno, t.T,, write ap(| the accompanying noucir .and Shaved Gn.a.I tt.Depci .
7unlew Epwmt
LaRa. a:;a p. m.; H} For 1'tory.
In from
heard the meantime, some
June e, 1902: "l taki'plcisaM In roe.ommending' '
"-ail st?1E o' k; All are _\eotIoe. BaliardV' hat chic! friends of similar:calls upon In thelold.dats of Bangor there
,L.A.In..he&or. Enow., CJnlment negyo Quality is remembered after is
barber named Hansom long
price
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.1iiiI Cevaw j to ci who are af1l.lctt4 with thenma- them. He had an officer take the man was a ;?
Tam"1' N..An.ue'Baud letsaUrrt.Marelag jolt
of Ion
and
'l7s.. II o'eloek; ModaJ tIam. Jt Is- tie only I hare toe station; and the'various, victims wrjo was patriotism .
;rm dyj forgotten.
.... WedD" ; ., .
bogtye L nL: Leaning Prayer":10. identified him the fellow who of libcrt)1 and who.ware ly espoused
aueb.rln SiWInmittb. 'linnedlaiel! soon AS
day evening TIO; Holy vnn found that | relleL"25c '
..... Flr t and third *nnrf.n al had operated upon them. hyena generally the CRust of the Greks in their
Uttl nicer and l <3>bd and Fourth aJ Cocoa hoc. ILOO.- Sollt"bt Red. CraaePhsrmaq. struggle Kith Turkey; (His enthnsi .'Makes: the
sot (k.ve SS30|5.> M. B.Fou-nu Bactor.rnnnii. ? 't' t told a.story about an opportunity : Quality Bargain.
( :| at.lan to'sucb that ;
fh { ? asm grew a pitch '
lot of chickens at bargain
niA! suit Avenue APvsaehl.te.erFSCdsr to get a a i
morning Mil Yclock.sun.I. K I be anno need that he ould devote .;.! T '.1ftli'Stx
.. ,,. and exhibiting a $5 bn calmed that t. -
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.07"f. Trtieadeli'colored -.I
.N 4. lays Because William I i a day to shaving for the'benefit b f I
In a.wW.FAam.Paetor.c.tl firmer :; ot.agej,[who; I Iho- lacked Just 12 or *3 of enough to
forty-two re- '
1 A. Hoarrr. arts at Kn. years them. f-"If will kindly let meTe the Greejcs. The idea took, and customers
,<... i. Pt( arry's,at 1': dora tre. aDd Ray Otreet.pO.LRD slde .t ear Bennlngton. nlija W yes west y you" Cocked in by the scores;but ,, '
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h the balance, he would "I
Ddu. ; say.
a19o..m"ev4pr of hlg'clty, reprimanded hii .; n- when th t offered the bar. l'I .
jisht ; payment
I [ hare of UK chickens
i I I-will 1.lei some '
you
r year-old son, WilliamJrL, }1| I >r s \ Lcr dccl nod. lie bad( given notiei ,
r. TRADn'. ie cost, and, when I sell them, repay ; "
i-, [ OF act ,of which the' father idi* proved,. he wouK! shave for the (benefit of the ; : lHORNER
Prt dent. Win Ja 1C.'Brown. ybu." The victim generally "bit" and > COOLEY
( the boy'assaulted, the 'senior with I Greeks said and J
': rirt Ttcc-tTM dent, T. V. .Moor*. -a lit the last'seen of the chicken Ie "d'yer a'pose"
Baa>nd VlcPr Unt. i. K: I.nmmns. knife Tuesday afternoon j t tiding( a ,It was a'former will tak par when share for d. .

B : tary. C. V. BlactmakTrt wonnd which almost'fOm $>1 ljr disemboweled b okerT' He evidently wentto hima benefit < f de Greeks?" I ISo he shaved i. The Real Estate (and Rental Agentst
and see
;: uur.r. B. I Tatnm.Board him. From the nforma-. cell on mayor' all day for ''nothing and probablyfelt '

i: .f Oonrnor- W. ,M. Brown '. .110n-obtainable, it apPea' t a the el- aln. the time giving another- name coi forted afterward, with/the ;. 12th Street ::::;: Opposite First NationaIxBank.
T. Vj (00N'.jy. IS. Lummus, A. B. Hey The mayo?\ cognized him and his ar- -
;: der Truesdell secured a lea hjer: strap thoughtbandsoi( that he had dene something J I
-| i,< B. RJeUlJ, P.. W. Hahn W.. W followed\rTampa Tribune. ,
jJ t:,' I". .'John jBc IL and attempted to chastise the i on. who. Ie In aid of the Greeks.ed .- u

",:", a IJT,4NPIN COMMITTEES. I came suddenly upon him with he alacrity \ vEND Lewiston Journal.' i -. \*
,41 J LA; &-Anptl.It: Pattereon. P. I.' 1st OF BITTER FIGHT.
: of a tiger, and Bfford anyone was t12TTImnuTfTTIfTTTTT11TTT11iTI- ---
S J.tn T. Seymour. K. tt; : .T.d -
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tenders.
sits 5 Out His Threat'An 1
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'I r;;, .WoHey. G. J- aware he had.performed The.boy's physicians had long ,and hpd.eommittbd.
If' BltUXJES- *y. B. M.; Backus. r.J mother interfered W D made j fight with an\abscess on"my Irishman' who

W..J{Bahn. F. W ; ROM., C l., Frederick a second attempt 'io Ih "llirk' ,'i eight ,lung" ...rltes.J. Fl Hughes,' of the.thrift of an eight' day clock aid( ff1TTTt1TTi T1u11l1TTTTT1Tff1IH.
much !
; J. el when he escapedthrough'. ,' 5uPont Ga.. "and rave'me.up. Ev- sereraljwateheSxWas annoyed
H LTH BANTTARTJaclwon.: ktnigit bv the clock's 'persisted!
S and has not been Teen slnle: cOme.' .
J I. Jr. t. w. W.; Patios. un- 'I ; rybody thought my time nad *ick ick/ '
;
: j tick, his distort$ :1T.
.' .c*,fl.: t"faa R. S.: Klnav H. M. Hie Sun. I I !I i S' 1 r, a 1! ks a last resort I.tried Dr. Klrig s New im gination made whifh him beli 've E : 1\Teal. 'I''I'E '
11ARB JRS-GarUwlda -? ben-
It ) Consumption The .
I'' iscovery.for "
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chit h. Edr.ard C; Tatum. NOTI + J' j I was-* at, Pat, it'was. you that stol HAS I THE ::
'ER8if ; ,;fit I ,received: was striking and I as the wa chcs' ITtllat .. -' ,tsED ,-
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M.ApS'
fl., In the Circuit! Court, Seen Judicial -
Now I -
few' e
: J feet n a Cays
LRO AND FRFIGHT8 m. my h ,Pat threatened he would :Aragon Hot ii, Jacksonville. Fla. 3
Circuit of Florida ) Dade H ,
or
D. LumlDl1.1.1 .. mtlrcly regained! iny nea'lth. It con ,
Lila:: y. Eo. } : nM' C. :, '' break ts back'unless it) desisted butt
Rrwtt4 m'W,; McDonald. 3..A. County: f [ '" J, en Coughs Cclds and Throats ji jimd '
; : jnsrs be clock continued its steady "tick, Jt ). open on the America plan. Rates 3-
It'M Conc $2.50 V
K. CbeatHjooncUa. p..r day and
1 ARm -BSt-m. T4 To Whom : all
to
r r troubles. Guaranteed by ,
I Lung .
tiMseiSi ck'l The hotel has ben
... .,). X. B'l Gal t.er T.tIf IntenUonl I = upward thoroughly renovated sad put ::
.. Take notice: That ft Is my: druggists., Prlce',5Oc. and $U Trial racket he leaped} out of bed, = first elm condition second to none in the elty.ew ele-

K ];itICL'L imam .?f E.':'BlackiMJW 1S!:, '-: .to Vpply to tlie Honorable JMinor''s.11' bottles free l he clock "and j hurled it out =' valor and new, plumbing ha* been installed Xew' and large ==

r. If j.: T tum.'3. H : amr.os1.: A. Jones Judge'of ..the] Circuit Court -oi'l' of tl J a' 'dow*., The clock in its deseentstrt = sample nnnis have been a( 'ded. i ::::
:r : the Seventh Judicial Circuit FIorl.aJ E. "- : =.r7litlelllllii111
DorLLIC o The Record correspondent''at Pico-, k a policeman who in
BCT JjrNQS-Homer, J T-' :: for an order for the adoption of a Certain lafa, writes of the death'of a colored his aglhv vSled put| -. ; 1Ui11iU11111111x111U111i111ULULULULULUIUl1IIII
Co :aem,. J. 8.: Newell, '
ry' J'j.: I. H. minor child tOw It:,.AlTlh BL Jeffreys. "h9'uUtoubtett1)'j' "
t/d T.A.1rPA woman, Chloe Job. ) ,o! you'vKbroke ;My back I"
a; ere $S-FrlaMn. Glen C: That said application will,, be wen ,the oldest resident of' St. Johns ( .".0 h; lure,' 'nys Tat, "01 tould -I_ _

Ii re.TT.: oural LPL; Itbo<1H. B.iteIU1 made,on Monday, the third diiy'of,Ooj+ county, ;She' bad paused the :century;'yoju' C i would. !" Alu j>Journal.. -

IJ.DLCAT11oh. tober, X'D..1904, atltenjo'clock In the mark by. five years when the''grim', f

Burdlne. W.' X.fi ; forenoon or &IS soon thereafter as'counsel reaper gathered her in. Her death occurred -| \ hat They *I of Him.
,..F' t I +i. w'Qt'.: utter. Redmund'B.le. ': at"'Pft'o1at4:' A member of {essionnl dra- World's iFair
a pij
be heard.
4 I. Sazelby. J., G.I ,Stdth. !. can ,' on last Saturday J Rates
: Kolbo J. (Signed) J... A. OSBORN, Ap illcant. end despite her 1<15 years sjte had; been i inaticj c nlpuny, tells 4'hi' ,! tory about

+ I.f.tin.;J"MIG T1 N-SI.ellm.a. 1&> V. \ 1 Miami Fla. active up 'to a short period befons/her |i-ia''fellow actor: 1 < .

1*ir F, a.tum. 1. JL, Dorn J. Y.. .A. E. HETSER. ,''I : last .Illness. In ,her youth jshn/Iwan ] It ,seems-thnt dari g a totvr which H 1ia

rn er, J. W. ICT..ftho4M.. B. W., Attorney for! ApnllcanL' owned by .the-'Du n(family! ; Veil the tl : hipany made tl rough tafi Rritudicncc -
/fcNTERtAlNM ,
5 Thls'AugUkt :::1, D.. 1904. known In this county. She was married i ito idl rovipcos a J performance 'wa
5. I, ': c. O'.ai> C. B.t1Wih. I L
a an.; Bnriett.:: ohn.iDVKRtlSnfOTMnm.. At 1--- I George Job. a" slave owned .by! the !II giver brie night in he native to The L.Excursion ; N. "

.."...8.: SNme Domingo Jlallagio'' died early th'li DeWestecburgs. The .old/ :wgman's 1 j I of th .nctor. In n "d i iscussion of tni 6 R. R,
B. T.: Blackmail.t I fact, not long after, it was asked if ""I
ia. F. I ; B nston. morning at Alicia Hospital ,Injuries age is authentically established) ,andspeaks \ '
: H iced ctoa. )(. F.Th1 > f the hadownsmnn 'iven their fel-! '
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months for the healthfulness of
h well
received two as; e < ; .
1 or t membe.p1UDber1D&Det1 tom low reception.
a
was gored by a vclous bull. mat ,this section., There are; many. aged proper! :
tD aD > M toDows: ;; es," was the ajnswrr; "he was Tic -
was seriously injured but belleved negroes n St. Augustine and St. Johns ets now on sale dail-
? Jackson J. VL. Jr. !
jNNa with round
greeted after round ol' '
r i' liL Kolb.'A. J.K'ng. ) he'would recover.Tin fortunal.ej) county,. and their 1'lta1l11II surprising.) silen ." \ from*-Juc sonville toj: St.
e. Harper's TcekIy.I
M--- : '
from fourscore -
three to
t -V.Lummua. ly he suffered a. troke 'of paralysi. Many who have seen
JI C h. ,
'It ber.Mhr; Loui is and return
"UII'l'ltf'Illng their t
when he'wu convalescing and a relapse I years are own j I ,
f __by It: J. E.LaSalle. Determination.Optainiug ., '
i of the attack laborious'work.-St. -Augustine f
amount at
4 F.
ftkt-aeq: u I an or 4065. . . ... Return Limit
C. D._ on hm by the] butt .waij pubtlshe' Record. .. FurVeps in any field is a'quesJtion I December 15th.

t: gown* h..F .D. McDonald a.' A. in the Record at the time. He went intj> ,. CURES SCIATICA- !of. internal emrgy, of enthusiasm 33.90'J.: : .- Return Limit 60 days

Bur_ W. M. Maynard.,W.. t. the. small.enclosure, at the.w jlne garde'where Cuba' or of unColdm nt of,power< animal1 waspenned. and flew. L W. Riley, U U D.. I INew ( 15 days
the
t
Merritt. Z. T. is the development of push'and tle-|
T 4&1\ 11 .1
t Jtnctoea. York writes: "After fifteen \
'. .4JZ: L. Muller. G. j was: Immediately :ijittacked.j The bull' termination; rather thanthe resultho The 1. & N. is the
him of exruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism : best line to St. Louis t J
knocked him' down,"gored and ,
,. )1 'lleyers, Awn H.: r of apy external inflt encesl The peon',, -
Morse Fred 8. I tossed him over the fllNtttb terrific ;: under various treatments' I was pie attribute their want of inc t ,
1. '
d; mah was hn ?- induced to try Ballart; Snow.IJnlment 4.. .
ger. unfortunate
.., G. Do Moor.'T..V.McDonald. forceThe" cesi to lack of friends to help them|! '
schedules
.. J..M. ,:W.. H. ed against, the post trf a gate and reP, ; 'the first application giving my on |>r their.lack Jedncation to ab i For rates,; and sleeping. car reservations
: I : He first relief end the ieroad'cntlre relief.I 1 apply to
was
unconscious. progressing
'Backast r. KcKlIUIor..G. L; I dered reeommenda- sen e. of opportunities are simply j
favorably when the stroke of psislysle can give It unqualified -
7'1. Ne1-Ed- : exp >sing their weakness of ; -
+ Blackman.
-
a- l"baln.--J w4 a Peek. R.. J. I came.. which terminated fatal -. tion.' ISc. We. and'LO Sold' .by ter Success.. 1CJ.M.FLEMING f ',. C. L STOffE

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t teprofessions t NOTICE Or' ELECTION.,, jtk i*" teat the cMa'alectio'- g -

Wbereae 9 1 or rejection: shNdw
the Lfg1ilitnr of 1X>3. on-
.. ___ .
-- -- I ; : : further north.) Then
let the ConiUtatlon of/ 1885,' of the -b-'I'(' of Article 9 of theConstitntion I -I ; thousand plants t 'to an ton to tvctv
I of the State the acre. and the)
of did of Florida I* '
State Florida pan seven Joint fruit bring U the
hereby bended .. neighborhood tf
so to read .U fol- *
resolutions proposing. amendments to 'I from 50 cent* -dozen for Rd flaw

aww r the Constitution of .the State of Florid i lo"i ro Information of nterest to Prospective SettleConcern r ish to 25 any apiec for Porto Rj*** .
n 10. credit of the State The percental '
of
I and the same-.ere.agreed to by a shall plant fruiting 4*.
; nbt
,
be.pledied loaned
i or to any ing Miami }and the Southern pends upon the care and Judgment .'
:: ? vttersoa.ATTORNEYS. dJ i rot of three-fourtha of all the mem- ln< itidnal company, corporation or assoIaton erdse la their culture, s-
some 'OWIrI'haying
bra elected to each house: thatj'the' : shall the State Petition of '
: ; nor become Dade County. *uccedd In securing heir

!! AT [ LAW.its. rots on said joint resolution were'en i joint. 1 owner or stockholder in anyo I from 90 per 4Ot of the plants la CM

WUlpncttotln all .Mat land F4ralptrt tend upon their respective journals, : ,harry; association or corporation. plnerie.

ipee xmlnlM,wl total with yea and nape thereon and they Tl legislature shill not authorize any So many inquiries ire! Lands may 1' '
aITteollltiesdor In any section of the brpnrcha0d Iron $;
j' f country ot
laid 'I| did determine: and direct that the'AId county,4
city borojigh, township or Incorporated the Metropolis by $10 an acre
r OBOXOT. |II i| Miami. Fl*. prospective more so than in most tip depending on proxte*
Joint resolution be submitted to the : to become a stock- or homeseeker ItT to '
dlstrl4t concerning THE CITY'S d shipping
FUTURE: point Good
P.T.. D.. I electors :of the State at the 'general holdet In a parry, association oroorJofa'Uon existing In this Part 'of the possesses all modern l..uda on : rOad within I mile of

SUOO8.1ff i election: In November 1904. or to job or appropriate and the burden'of eo I of civilization conven' Miami may[. i .had for $50 an
PtiumWry.Kmldo Crawford' as electric lights acr, and
OtOo was Red Crow Now- therefore. C1&7' money ifor! or to Joan it* credit to any tailed thereby buss beco ne .so. works sewerage, telephone somewhat I i than that sum for Unit
Btre
e Mth Secretary: of State, of the State of Florida eor.otluon.; .. sys. not '
that
assotlstlon. institution or we have attempted 'In the mall delivery three Immediately'on,: a toad The sam ,
newspa
KlAKL I FLORIDA do hereby give notice that a IndM aI e'xceptj that the legislature ing article toi smnmarlzs.' I such national bank, one State quality,of laid farther away from "
GENERAL ELECTION ma/ authorize municipal corporations matron as is most Important transportation facilities
etc. It has mile* of beautiful can of eoors: -
JR J. K. JACKSON, will be held in each "county in Florida to fell ve from municipal taxation fortucf I answer the question most of native white stone. It Is be purchased!for 1-'**. The land ten*
7 '
U on Tneadity next succeeding the first period of years M to the munlcl- asked. It Is hoped by,tip the terminus of the Florida promising in appearance to. those ae-

om K: Monday in November.-A: D.'1904 the' pa{ authorities may seem proPer any a sample copy of the P per.'of for Rustomed to the deep rich soils
; Railway, though of
HOTEL BISCATNE 'BLOCK!, Av D. said Tuesday being the ma enterprise that hundreds an ex other State ,
ufactnring may 10- are sent' out will, in of the road has recently been .j being rocky and away.. -

MIAML -II FLORID ; EIGHTH OF,NOVEMBER I sitd :Hthln the said municipality but cases serve the purpose tend t tntlne the farming lands yet. results 'cjanS i be obtained from It

for tie ratification or rejection of the DO. i6ch exemption shall be for a loncer ter than*'personal lette{. miles south this is :.. In excess! of the returns reaili 4

DR. W.- B. RUSH, aid. joint resolution proposing amendment 'I ..I I,i>period than ,[I fifteen years..j. formation may be obtali ed by ': to the commerce of this merely city from the more fertile sections of the" .

&i. to the Constitution or the State to any of the real estate other "o ntrr. m"uet '
Office 226-12th 'Phone .j.r j.} ARTICLE ;XXV. or located the steamship docks Ftftlllzer be used, but

Residence, S 8 tj!St. J j of Florida, vas: i I }Then the foil wing amendment to whose advertisements appear { P. ft O. Steamship Company, xhe'returns More than justify the 'es- '

I ARTICLE, XXIV j I: Constitution paper; and the best way to lines'are ;endltun Involved '
{ 1dIli11I Lf1r. tn! the State of Floridabe.ki operated to Key West
That, the following amendment to : is hereby] to and shall be mllitr with local- condl onl. |I and to Nassau. Immense People .of pnergj and Industry art

w. BACKUS. j jl I' "I t 1 the Constitution of the State Florida BQbrel ted to th electors of the state industries and curren etc., are being projected to heartily weldoi! ied. and the conntryt at
be, and the same la, nerecjr agreedto it while contemplating rei raving development being
...' 'ar.I : at the general election' In November,' with the vastly increased practically just be
Led -1- and shall be submitted to the electors | section through real Ing the business that must gun there :. room for all to reap UK .
8peelficatfoti, DetiUMde) i jSecton 6 of Article'XVI shall be I follow on
Plans of the State at the general election or the Weekly Metropolis the benefits whli 'must
FiheResidences .
oijA'.l Kinds, of the ensue u the re
for BulMings ; atjehd ed so. as to read.. follows: harbor work on suit
8pecla ty. .In November, 1904. for raWlcat!"-! of-which will be Bent to any now actually progressing"An of' such :evek>pment Capital find,
Ij jSefdon 6. The Legislature shall
[oJ'F1C4 i31S, *'tE rt. D. or,rejection.' ,- ( lor the *jedy publication provide and at the rate of $5.00 a }ear. $ of $300,000 has been se here most pi ifltable investment whIM .

Section 6 of article 8, of the Constljitution distribution three months; the Week ly: -a '! the,Government for hay labor Is in demand and well.paid. Peopla -
of all laws it may enact
of the State of Florida i* page paper-being mtllnl for $ of moderate means who
beret .
and the come nen
oooe 1 tie Florida
Jpi decisions
r.
.. :D. rf Supreme Court and and buy sAall
by amended so as to read as follows: year I Railroad a tract at land
.... j I J ibis and Judicial decisions shall be I I lsalso pledged to make a
..... civUj: =* poJMT:I ltlsie'Offie .Section 6. The legislature shall proride -, freefor publication by But THE CITY OF MlAMIf a lIe.amount Thus, $800,000, modest hom set out fruit.trees. sal

for the election by the qualified, I ,any person. Sprang ,out .of the wilderness : I being used for this purpose and whjle'waiting for these to come Into
:EJ of the Supreme Court
ENG elector 'of each county of the! foU'owt nuts hake err'unU) the 'opinion of years ago the railroad 1 laving j certainty that further ap m'ost bearing,, eniage'lu tracking are. al-

+... 432 its RU Miami. Flr ing county officer: i I this point April 15. 1896{ Prior, will be' secured until the wlthott' exception wceesst1 I..
a
th'ojciurt in such shall be filed"lUT.
&J'rr,,. rla.r J ( A clerk of the,elrcult"eourt., a sheritf( ,' case time one store whose trade was Is In a condition commensurate And. this sue,cess costs less.effort than
; i% he clerk said court *
jit Inother '
X Yun Earlawrlor and StotT..j.r. sate.t :unstable county assessor of taxes,1' cipally with the Indians, and I importance from a commer pacts of the country, WhIle ,

(f- EaktCouiqf I ) Klonda.T'_ county. tai collector, a county treasurer -' ,K ARTICLE i XXVL )J scattered families, eking out a I ; {. and strategical he climatic xradltlons render out-door

superintendent, of public in-,: Section 1 of Aliicle Y of,the CO I ious livelihood bv. < wrecking- -an Importance recognized work posslb e.every ,day'In the year

R. 1!. SEVMOUR; Uniction 'and a county,surveyor. {Itutlonlof the ,State,of Florida Is hereby manufacture of'' coonU starch. : men at the National Capital, with the health benefit of such aa

Law < The term of office of all the'
1 I f officer'mentioned In: this section shall July 28. 1894. )Miami port and its relation to Insult r Ume. 'peopl .'who are enjoying health i.

I be four year, except that the term of Section L The judicial power of the u a'cltT; tnalehing, paps the American commerce to! and modem a success ta their pr*n nl ,

Will practice I. | State aadCo ode al, office of the county assessor of taxes, State_ label be k rested' in, a Supreme. Instance on' ,record"In which ,a of the vast trade that abodes:bad >etter stay where Uw/an. ><

rtm.' Partlcmlar aiteatio* to Corp6rafiaa Court, circuit court*. courts of record.'courts fledged city came Into xlatence There shonli 1 be .eigbtrl'UlOU to
ipto influence
,ca.tll..R-tE.ta*. a..s Jf Law.LerMt. county tax collector and treasurer, existence upon the -
M -
nL until the out first hating been toW'1L of the ; anyo >e to make a mov of _elk
-offio i. rn-.ii Bandli."r, [shall be for two yean, gener-; cOuq county.judges, and jusU'lot Panama canal
al election in November 1906 at I I the peace. hundred r glst red YO ere at the map will'show the Importance. People who'hsn made

Home Seekers : which election, they' shall be elected to entitle any commun t" to be_ a1 observer the possibilities faUure ems, here an not likely to b* '

four each and Section B ol Article V of the Constitution a dty lest than that pnmber hold for the very successful Dora InteTllgenc and
for term of yean, Magic City.
j Attenti n. J r j. of the Stat of Florida ...herebyanfinded : Industry arts
1 thenceforth all county officer named toting a toW'1L At a meeting AND CHURCHES.. aa essential to good tor-

You will fin4 t to your in In this section shall.be' elected, for so a* t ko read a* follows: the purpose of In Uon has one of the'beet pnblte: tune hen aa In any other. PArt of the
Jnvts g.J'antiahed on &. TIle Supreme Court shall and glob. j
to call on mej pefore Their powersj cr..to-half month after the In'the Stete .
'
term of four years. embracing both {
nouses and j roo is to ? ; ba appellate Jurisdiction in all cases train If It I* desired
reached Miami, U rotes to In
tate duties and compensation: shall be pray ( \ and high school course engage general
real ,
in e .
,
rent. Seal bargains 1. and in equity originating east-, farming, in
1 at in rtrcnii The phenomenal growth |Um.raising of wheat
,
are large and eon
Insurance; 1 axe, u-rlbed by law.ARTICLE. well ,yea
collections.city and country etcl* [ attended to. 1 XXIL I' 1 courts, an<| of appeal from the earl1' period baa been -. and there I* a competent corp cr oats, pea b-, apple grape, or l

have a special license| auto zing circuit\court ip ,sees arising before'l throughout the elgh 'yeah *. 'A Catholic convent i* to other products of the temperate son*
raos- ,That ,the following amendments to county Judges in matters pertaining to eI"tJ's b1Itor7. one mast eaM'hl* lot
me to prepare all. kinds legal this summer, < which]' will some hundred of
fen of 'real estate Low feeL 'the Constitution of the State pf Flofw their;/probate jntUdiction. and In thee POPULATION ETC instruction for. both I'MX" mile to th,north, and accept the old

Prompt attention! ; Ida be and the same 1* hereby agreed management of-the estate of infaint. Miami hu et present a resident also private school ''& mu that, i* part of the legacy of land

O L.L, to. and shall be submitted to the ilea 190K |dr ratification or rejection. ulatIon of between I.,001 and and art *school when them 'thing* can be grown.
Public. *o
-*-." :;: [] Ntdnata.Rellable. ton of the State at the general eleo} anS id lease of Conviction of felony inthepeourt the wInter months,this po educational need maT 'be Neither Js t its a stock-raising country.

f i, X4A,MMDbMad 11 .. ,| ._ Ion in 1904 for ratification or rejection! of record and in all criminalca augmented b1 the addition of There an about 'thirty There I* a ''no-fence law," which la a -

: : Section 8, of Article XU of the Constitution J& Originating in the circuit conrta.Thi dreds of visitors mpetlr of the schools In the' county. great ,boon to'' the settler of' United

y psdsatort/da1t ,1* hereby' amended'. so .as, -to tour shall )have the'power to issue lest classes; who comlll to j religiousdenaminetloa is means, anc then .is very little Bv

read a*'follows: wrist of mandamus, certiorari, prohibIUota Ideal climate and the meet 1'OJ'r. and. the following have rtock in tie county. On the other ?

I W.CMAYNARD; .Section vUL Each county n u'be ;; quo warninto: habeas corpus; and the ;.01d. I. To accommodate church buildings: Preby-- band., If Its desired to-engage In tb '?
It .__. .nUuGltues
avsD $e.tto r' required to assess and collect annually also ilk writs pecessary or proper to visitors there are numerous' Episcopalian, Catholic, M. E. culture' o( c trot fruIU, pineapple various --!

lenrttdj Itfiwjnttia tor the support of public free schools the complete exercise of Its JurUJlc- and boardlnc' ; il. E., Church; South and tropical" or semi-tropical. '' : ,tj

Q j jMt_ Uf. It therein a tax of not less< than three (3) I t1,,;, !'': .' :, t.... I.Ut'II, sLa1' bars' which Ia the Hotel Royal Palm : the growin ; of vegetable sat' the season _'

111 4f milk nor more than(7)"mills on the [power to 1'I1.e arata..r f."-... corpusto menne buUdlnr. 640 te4t long 300 I I; $ AND ,PRODUCTS., of the year when all other part .

Di Collar; of'a11 taxable property in ,the any twt ct ,:Lo Butte upon peti.loaby :wide and fin stories high with a industry' this sec cf the country!an in the grip of winter ,

GEO. L. cDqN i same. 'or on .behalf of anT person held in m04aUonl for SOU CI1 a. besides the growing of fruits and win ; this section offers decided advant- :,

aiU'EngUieerSarrvrla ( j.I 'ARTICLE XXIIL, actual 'custody| 'and maT make such bier rotundas, dlnln rooms for the.Northern mar ages over any' other portion of the ',
f .. ...
,
*W SaIl4\YI4I.r La'd. alr1'>catty That the following v amendment the 1 writs returnable before himself or the etc. It II let In twen aeres pt form the staple crop 'Unit Stai e*. / ,,';

r o : Constitution of the State of Floridabe Supreme Court' or any justice j thereof teal gardens, beautlfnlbeyond! are large quantities of other '

.- andthe, 'came 1* hereby agreed .to 1 or before any ilfcnit! judge and- when Uon.! There are,several other .* grown such as tomatoes, j .HERBINET. '

Li Ni4. and shall be submitted to the eieciOr. not returned l tcf the Supreme Court, an smaller than the Ro: al Palm peppers, beans etc. The Renders bile- I.
A. DAMVMaaW, T the more fluid
j and
of the State at,the general election. appeal to that Court bail; always lie sure, yet larger and with better 'seasonextends from about helps the thus
blood
to flow
rsttt.i Fart November A. D. 1904, for ratification ?r Section 11: of Article V of .he Constitution than is usually found in I to January 15. and the bulk : it alfor.le

4wdMtMt'aw F' 'TR J. Rejection.Section. ,of the 8tat '''of Florida is twice the size.,, At'tils''writing' are sent North from prompt relief from biliousness' 1ndigetio.bdsni '

wg.....wtrc6Ares ; : 18 of Article T, of the ConaUUon hereby[amended so AS' to read as follow other five-story'hotel; Is In' r until May although there TBal-fv o
gestlon, sick: and headache
t. nervous .
...c.t'" s.t. 'I IU ahall be and is hereby amend'sD *: t }I'SecUon erection; no difference in the oter !
1111I..... The population Is cwmopoUtan and the indulgence In food and
M to read as follows: 1L. The circuit. courts shall seeds may be planted or veg

'. ; 1 : Section 18' The Legislature may organize have,exclusive'original', Jurisdiction in ery State .In, the'Unlok I gathered any day In the 1 Uf. .after drink.meals H rblne .acta quickly, a-dosei ?'!

fOI."EUII01 YAlmTA1t tq such counties a* it may think all case in equity. Also In all ease quota of representatives.; An ; are grown'usually, on th*. will:-bring the patient; into
curable a good condition in a few days..
'
...... ...... proper oonnty courts which shall have at law not cognizable by inferior court foreign element is lands, whhlch are tree from\ G. L. CMdwell ..',
,
CLIMATE. agent M. It. 4 T.
all law In which cases are composed of kind '
Jarisdletlon of caw at and In ail Involving the legality a of R.
R;
Checotah. Ind. Ter. writes
ARE the demand or value of the property of any tax.: 'assessment, or ton: or the I Writing from personal g April

YOU. GplNG;1 Involved shall not exceed five hundred action'of ejectment, and of all action after visiting California and"other are'' grown on'pine lands, was sick for over two .ti
: tions where 'climatic] conditions ;i & of the liver :
of relating to the Involving off ; slightly\hlgher than the
cjr Wet ? dollars; proceeding the jtitie or boundaries
,North unlawful detention o considered at their best,' ve can and In tha section rocEy The doctors did nuf BO
forcible entry or real ..tate. and of *U criminal eases very
itatingly that Miami has the [ given up all hop of
say is a peculiar coral formation ,
land and tenements, and of mad not 'coplzab'Ieb1lnffrlO; courts:,and Pharmacy"I
perfect, winter climate in the my druggist advised _
meanors and final appellate JUrla4JoUon original Jurisdiction of aodca of'ford- a great deal of plant food
THEmm State*.; Cold Is almost unknown, by the fact that in ; It ha* mad m*
in civil case arising in courts jot ble entry and!|unlawful detainer, and I many
LoalBjifle justices { the slightest frost; being very : and other fruit trees are [ 50 cent at Red Cross
the of the peace. ; of such other matters a* the legislature ,

Railroad, II Th trial of such appeals may be de may ''provide t j They 'eall have final The, warmth of breezes summer to bearing I thriftily, though j I .
the
by cooling from the ,
rules. novo at the option ,** the appellantTh appellate Jurisdiction in all .civil cases t standing on a solid plate \V.' R. oesch. one of Eau Callle's '
!r lantic and the .
'Modem Often nnexcellwps tnlnJ! eurrjjnr'nB .Pullman county judge shall be the Judge ,|of tried in 1 _,the:anrt* o"rerord. of judgment recorded by the government highest! th mbed'atru.eture rockBelnk of the a porous roots or of progressly ';: citizens, 'was a 'visitor to ,:

free the county court and ahall be,an at- or sentences of any .TunlcljuU eter our town i last,,Thursday. Judge Roesch
tok coachesellnlnc re during the months I enabled
summer are
sleepers, sp to penetrate te it.
torney-at:law- oourtd/ 'of fIt ,casrs. arising before Informed her i New editor that ctlye'prepam.lahl'
ehalflcart. andpllnbetween ] i lit.cars 'guff 'k ;:,.HEALTH. | ample sustenance from'what!
There shall be elected by the -
peace counties In '
the
eitiet. Justicesof Jr-- ; among were, being made for
The the'p
nortbrrRlaudsoGtbe dininr"ca' Jn the Bed electors of each county at the time e which 'then |l" co curry court 9reourtlof'rec United city ranks the to be a very unpromis j opening ot aq Inlet at Oceanus. The I
The finest service the States.In j point of ... This ;
rock by the
,South. 1 } i' ;: when said Judge'"U"elected* a D r0r- : [ :<'Jl 1, and supervision ah3 There-Is entire freedom from u I beautiful and durable way proposed 'tut !{will be thirty feet wide ,-

All Agent Seli(Through Tlcfets via rating attorney for said ;county-who appellate. Junftdl,jii>r. of. matters finsIng and there are building and haveiour'feet, of xater.t mean
no "pre amnlr and the :
new court '
house
shall hold office for four year-: HI before aounv Judges periatnir 3 to 'i low tide. It| Is estimate!) that, there
Those aliments .
L. &9] N. duties and compensation shall be precrtbed -. I their 'probate Jurisdiction: or to the estates -' all part of the, country e seem as well U several this residences' will be six UOO, yards of earth to remove -

by law. Such court may be I |and :of minors, and of built of_ stone are the cost of which will be about
Sehed ales, Bleeping Car: I maters here, robbed;In part, > their
for, Bate. abolished at the pleasure of the Legislator such other M the. legislature 9f by all visitor*, It.bo $GOO. Tb/ dredge or'the., East Coast
Apply to they "usually appear in a, mild finest
road
material in the
Eeservattpts Canal Transportation;
and
| Co. la
may provide. Th-j circuit courts and the to do ,
and
leave .
.rarely f>ad effects Dade .
Provided that all county Jultbld- county lead all oth the ruttl g.- Cocoa and Jtorkledge
f
J bane writs
Judges shall have power to follow, in the ,wake of like dl Stat In -
'M4Flemg. t-eta, lug mid office'at the ratification of this of mandamus s,[)injunction, quo warranto elsewhere. Scarlet, fever and her highways mileage\ and con News.
amendment shall continue in the exercise e I -
J..r aDf certiorari, prohibition.- nabetta cnrpn| '
N theria are unknowh.while' cultivated STOP
l THAT
are chiefly COUOB.
I
thereof according to .
of the duties
and'all 'writsj or' nf'Cf'lIS&tY.to. ,
paper
; fever Is rarely beard of. It is a oranges and pineapples. -
PE'TfC DE their respective commissions and until >'complete exercise of their Jurisdlc- able I .
place for'thoee suffering i
& I and When
mangoes avocado
petra cough, a tickling or as Ir-
their successors are duly quallfied.'smdprovided '
The .rea" to CIGCSTIOM. n-j .1.1j lung troubles asthma, catarrh largely produced but being ritatlon I' the throat 'make you feel .- '
further that when any county Section 24 of Article V of the Constitution similar I '
disease
i whlh
II j are to the country they thrive uncomfortable, take Ballard's Horehound _
court ahall hereafter be established of | Stat oil Florida is hereby in colder' .:
13.4 climates., : {any persons
or cultivation.
no Citrus Syiup-l[j Don't wait until the doCue
IfuYe I'1
this the
county in State. countyJudge
ECZEMA In any amended u to reed as follows: fected with these llli have come 'from three'to has t
five'years j gone beyond control Mr. ,
hold his office
of said ihall :
county Section 24.1 i the application of a and have been
Don cured or greatly
: to produce fruit Pine- and Mrs.'J.: A. Anderson 354 West 5th :<
ABSOLUTELY CURED J and perform the duties of judge majority of registered -voter oft Btted. Of
I the course this' I* not the grow on a. plant some 1 t.Satt Lake City.. Utah, writes: ,
of the county court anti his term|
:; HERMIT. SALVE, any 'county'In: this State the Icgisift- In every Instance. P *>ple die the cactus, and which -We thlnt Ballard's* Horehound Syrup .

.;, !. a.. .. ;cirraa .ox.l office shall expire. tare,shall establish In such county a they do everywhere <,I... No by setting slip .or the best medicine for cough*'and colds "

1erdtsaat+uura./r. 2S'1'r..ua costa. ARTICLE XXIV. court of record and thee shall be one ha* yet been discovered where. bear fruit In IS month,after We e used it for several yean; italways
r That toe following amendment'' to '
judge for each of the said courts who are immune .from d-tn- and In this section
the Constitution of U>* Stat of Florida a at law At the sam, It '- they are .give (Immediate relief, i* very
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i \ J protection: from cold and .. Me, Lad 1LW at Red Grow Ptarrnacy.
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'DAILY'ETROPOLIS |hrTi asiirV'J Department/if It to'* .land,' constitutes my whole worldly O I-INGroR-: -A CHCRCH.Henri .' r
I(crude mineral, or predati "j metal, it'' possessions, except two or three'vacant .,. Jnd I -

[ comes" In. free, but If :lit, lij:* chemical' Iota which would bring but a few hun- ( Labouchere 111 n Trutb.)
: or a crude metallic ntfnerable substance dred dollars. the middle of the; last cel1.

clay Bccpt- 5....'. it pays 20 per[cent l duty: The, Compared with Welghtman's' fifty At: hen the Germany Bund sat at I
-.p. category to which radiiitd belongs million, this seems poverty. It seems 1 wu aD attache to our IsI I
ftTN. "" ". Will,; like sheepskins, be' Determined'' little less than pathetic that ft man of ''Ptlo there, and u Homburg wu
by politics, M soon an rablum is well Senator Hoar's pre-eminent abilities !close 1 spent a good deal of ml time J .
ION.Dffio......,...... enough known to. get Into,jfel'ittcs.' I should never have accumulated more !111 that cheerful sP9l. j r""JI
M IUaaI.r1orlda. c ; M than a few acres of land, a little house I The moat curious thlnc that I saw
:d.-r. The' Memphis Commeftlal-Appeal'; l: and a few shares of stock that a finan was this A church In I an Alstlanvlllag ,

I f..., ...l p ubll.brd. thinks that it does not reqttii-e a' military I cier-would turn up'his nose at., I was damaged bl lire., The village .
Ualud BtaU* a&te.rafwa. .' expert to'ten what JapLn has so Senator Hoar's failure" to get'riches : b ackemith dreamt that he made
| '.rml al. far done. ,to the RU88I nr,,, .Tpe$ ? resu'.ts! I has not been due to extravagant living. a .mac Ire which 'whel1 wound up
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f the war to date are,jrtaijn enough He recently said: ut a counter number 011 It
...............2.b0 for a ,child to unde':' yhen war : "I have one extravagance. I have everyy, "e minutes. Hat went ID his
r.s Months.................. USO begun Russia bad dcl'j of all the been In.my day' a most"'enthusIasUe dream to Homburg willi the; machine
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*'e Week!, by Carrier........... CloThe ports In Manchuria, she thousand collector of books.' There, I grant you played on the number an won enough
>troops In the province+land a big I have spent money but'not near as to rea re the churCh. !IWben he related -
liunl Priotlni Company fleet of warships at PortArthnr I '; I anJ in much money as*I could get baek' for Is dream to his fellowvillagerssubscrlbed

Advertising rate* made .known -on other ports.: She 'even had s|'footholdIn them If I were willing' to'. sell them moneYj.wu .! the machine
plication. I Northern Core After o1 I lx months nO.,1" ; was made ADd he was sent to Homburg
.TELEPHONE.i 61-3R. { \. flghtlnK the Japanese!; hare driven Senator Hoar leaves little, No. No. ,with' small capital i i
!TICE: METROPOLIS BUILD G. the! Russians" of core: iL.'have: practically He| leaves a legacy': rich beyond that Eve day for a w e& the machine
431 and 434 Twelfth Street. \ destroyed the r'fei power In of fabled princes. jf" wu peedin the pmtJ':I1C room 'under .

L Opposite Court Houses | the East, and Japanese tijodpsj? tj are masters He has given to the nation and to hi supervision two a ants stood ..LThe
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of 50.000 square milt bt. Manchurian mankind the strength of a splendid at the roulette table tOI8<1'and ,the >
1 SEPTEMBER 17,,/19O4.VTIUIGHT territory. This.] tot .j 111 spite of mind, a .strong'body and 'an exalted Tlllag priest walked upland down the ,
the tremendous obstacles !Id the way of, spirit room raylng. At toe e'd of the week above illustration \v :ll jive you a ,fair idea or'how
DIlMOCRATIC TICKET. rortlfled ports and Interior strong- To his own family he leaves an honored the requisite'amount wu won. The J
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handle'YfJur' job. plenty of skilled work-
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-taolds which they had to fat1 Russian name and a noble'example-the priest ured me that tilts wu the reo .

r, J ForWALTON Predden;, ,.. enthusiasts. may stille able' to solace richest InheritanCe In tie world.,j, cult 01 a mlracle. He mal have been men;,'\and' ,can 'give' pr t mpt service.America's ,
B. PARKER.. themselves with theories(and the war "Weightman dies rich., right or be mal haTe been wrong. 11". "
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For Vice-President. critics:may*pick: flaws In. th Japanese A man like Senator Handles vastly how. the money was wok and the,vlt- ISINGLETON, ,
HENRY a*DAYIS.r plans 'campaign ) tit,:; 'in]j a broad'' richer/ i lage c4Urt'h restored. J- u CCNTREACI: "dc: BVZI: + rR.

For ;frnlted State Senator sense; the little brown;l1idj! ] have accomplished --,--, :Box: : 473.. ,. '.1 ;t. ,aS1aas1.. -Fla.
JAMES F TAUAFERBa wonders,j place,,fl,ldwlnter. WHAT DRAINAGE MEANS., A THE WOMAN HOTEL ; .

;Ire, ConfreamiuFot And they: are still very much In the Since Mr. Frederick., the drainage -
4 JR picture. 'L', .: I l II engineer, ran the levels over the country ( m the Baltim 1 re SUI1.) i
Governor,. --"' : from Indian river to the center of New York Sepl l1.-pne of the ;Mdst Perfect Wheel I *.
NAPOLEON B. BROWARD. 'WHY THIS "DELAt- the Five Mile prairie, the possibilitiesof board at the Hotel *artba'Wash.
n this section of country appear even Ington which la exclusively for'women ;,
Far of State
Secretary 6n'iie
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H.CLAT| CRAWFORD.q The recent murders :: railway greater' than before, l&7abe Fort swept p to Manger Mark',Oadwell's The.-B.acycle.1 '
*' Far General train and the shooting of lien at Bax I Pierce'Newa. With a fall of ten feet desk eat rday afternoon Indignation :
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WM. H. ELLIS.OomptroOer. ter. Baker county, Florida* Ibout fifty' ID three miles, and this a"gradual descent even Ii the rasp of her silken Iklrts.'f "
For miles from acUonYlI1e'ieeto to have the drainage problem 1* greatly "Tb re'. a person Bung on the Differs from: the, bicycle. Pushes one-fonrth:
very little attention: bald ,td them by, simplified. Any,quantity of water can fourth floor who la DO lady." she aald. .
the property constituted" jI| thoritlea1& ,\;' be 1; canted i off without difficulty and "Eve day after lung she smokes easier, and, is pi opelled the same way. f

.{, 1',<'1' )* the Jacksonville'' Metropolis.! I If with ft fine canal: running almost three' rettes, 'and the fumes from The less ,the friction, the easier the push. 4;
: reports are true not lien:V inquesthad straight there will be little danger,:of then things''penelrate', Into 'myapartments. .
.r LaDarttl at floe or .bUe iutno-, been' held on the bottle*'of the two' overflow. .., I have ,>_ipoken .'to.thecreatufe The Racyde has, less friction, on its Crank Bearings ::|

I;: --1._ -, dead men up to yerterda ',Hand no attempts Now that the fall i* assured and the but she had the barefaced In.iIoleD 'than' other
Hollow ?. : bicycle. SI
WJL any .
; .at ,arrest were. nidi.j 1 not j canal I* assured the people are assured to offer me a elB-ette. 1 de= ." "
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,_ .The, question as. to wh "ier or, that the cultivation of 'all the, land nand at the brazen thing be eJect d." j'
rot"",,' Toe'=1IcUK.ComrWona. the trouble was partly In iol'l Ja and! west of Fort Pierce I* practicable, and "111 Investigate" .said the manager Plum.b :1g: :
partly 'In .Flmida-Hbeti linear; ,the, as soon u possible 'work of clearing fa his oat soothing mUner.
r: j ., KOJtOAR.'fo State line;-could be|re 7 Ittlckly set, and planting will begin. It Is-an"'encouraging Hal an hour afterward, 1ID0ther' I
,.' $ I'w Chem1It authorities o> Bfi.e two agiatlon I have! an up-to di te establishment
tied (the fact that nearly half of the the Martha appeared in'hervoice. plumbing m
t, ,, qf r JL L ROS>Q State For the sake; off r rYlnc th< people In thlI'vlefnlty have made purchases ', I -'.. ". connection with and
law and, punishing crime 'U$4$ authorsboajtj !- of this land, demonstrating their "Fo I ks In this place are DOt. as honestaa m" BicycleEmporium, am :
TICKET.Tor : ties of'' both States'' act and' faith In the future of this productive they should be." phe I ,announced prepared tw do the work.::. Call and see,me..-
t. SenMrF ; sbow"'more interesi! :j Inj jj b e (iglng[ ti z' section.' sharp '"At breakfast]' this morning .
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guilty to trial than hasd'apparen I dro peel a cent on tie 'ftOor' The ,
t, For: mIDSON.nbUftr since the murders wereteo 'tnitted., TO KEEP TOWN CLEAN., head 'alter told me It v OUld.be". found. M. j. MCDONALD
To allow,such outbreaks bj go nnn -. ** plat In. an envelope aDd placed 111 my ,
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< restigated and the nlltjianwhlpped o Last week a gentleman from Miami, mall 1 x ,I'm given to understand, that -f-fIILE'N'OI
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out-lawry. Baker, counlybas, .somi cussing; the matter .of keeping:,'the never received It "
,. I Foe Procuttng.AttorneyRUBER a..perate'eltlzenl,,, as has been demonstrated atreets.elean,- Bald that tho,mayor"of ,Shejregerded the_ '!manfgy!! ,ger,d rklY"I' ..... --..
R. TAYLOR: T hoe pleases child
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In that county :an4{ !!jtn nun Miami had adopted the plan of,senfe'nc"- ::not,got. your. tent, madam," VII e that and
t ; For CoUeetor.I county In the jast,few yar5j]j Inflame Ing"every colored man convicted before said fr. Caldwell, "Tho, -matter shall 4 Sisea! them' Comort.W' .

:: :'I T. GAUTIEL with liquor they seem all con him to do a certain'number 'of days t.e in estlgated"" .r ,.
I*> : For Assessor trot of themselves and trim< work on the streets.Instead.of fining have over txe ty.6ve different a.rIea! in this famous aCHILDREN'
Gm 0. BUTLER Impunity.; if I hment ,C01tMENTS.I SH JE;. and can "fit" I
with Severe ojall them,- A fine Is no hardship to such EDITORIAL .e easily any
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I> ,I'pr' C1 Tftuarer Is the rrmeuy for linen.-an< fellows, but thel'do'110t like to work, ChIld 'with MFORT. '
'. 'F.; IL ULERSON.. the sooner they are [bro< i o realize so It serves a double purpose: ts the 'Th PoaJ '
: For pen teDdent of School that there Is 'a In!'ant'lh y are to street cleaned and discourages violations Washington says:, "Attorney It is the Only Shoe Especially,

; R. E. HALL obey It or'suffer the cods 4t|uence*.thr of.the laws. neraj, Moody 'denIes Judge Par- .:Designed 0 Fit Their. Fed.
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t Cle 1t ctrcult Court better It will be for Baker} county an Here In Fort Pierce there Is a crowd ker's ssert''en,that the !administration t

f,. C. DEARBORN. the State of Florida ,-, jj l of this kind that lays around waiting hu seen extravagant Stanford &, IOpposite Express Office.e .

', Sheriff Every man connected.n.1Im" kll for the pay days of those who W8'Dt"to In 1'Uon to how thft the. government Co.r ;
.,. I'ROROCK. lug of Jackson Duncan Ril e3. work, so they can get a part of their
For Coo CommIufonenJ a "?fO, last Sunday: night it[saxte4.. money by gambling 'and other means. has been very ecbnpmlcal 111 Its ,

;i (. R. JOHNS' or on the traIn. should' 1..J' Hrrested, u These fellows have no visible means of trust usting expenditui, I .,'
E. 1J lICK, it take all the civil ''offlcerftjand mil support and are'really vagrant- .A
+ ; T. WINJ'IELI, tary of both Georgia' and ';'Ofda to do good officer would have bad thi-m spotted squat Boston ,Globe t I"ce& the Issue '

j". ..TORI SZWELi It When these outlaw* ,artj made to long ago and either run out of town ly when It says: "If the',Yer- Burned Out
I Eo G. ELLI suffer the consequences; i t j illegal or,In the calaboose.; If they, were' sentenced mon ( election proves op1e thing more +
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..,. j For hool Board acts it will have a.very r.ry. effe<|t to work on the streets the.town cony tingly; than another. It'Is that
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y I sn ., In the direction of a fin: il.cessation of could be Weaned up and. the! streets hard work pluck. and rot luck, must
,. } J. PARRI. R. hostilities For year ba d mien In Baker graded and put In shape before winter. be 1 yoked and'the Democracy must of our former. p ace, we will continue infIARDWARI
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BURDIr.'E.'t county have held iwajj>JI and the The main' streets "of Fort Pierce, are have it ''f It Is' to band! cblllienge '
I.' punishment has beeij III.hl or none at anything but attractive, but they'could the party In 11\'l'r.ml t i ,
L::: tndiant e-t e en'4t..i rounllr' all, and just so lon j as this l method Is easily.he made colt. the.'right spirit I FURNITURE

e ,n.'j' pursued In dealing with Criminals ; t l"I"enlleamong the ,officialsFort: T4'Blrminghem Nets says:. "Mr. I !
i + 80-long will there be outrtgesand jut Pierce News... 1'' Roos velt'a declaration that:, Demo- -
f I's ban pt. breaks as ,that of last:: FJrfday In 'thatta4ui crates can only" unite or those, thIngs' 8'U 0 NS; S ..

usual l county I FOR THE JAPANESE. that would bring dl88l1lfr to the.roUII- '
I. 1 fTWOWO I -' try, ould not do credit to a ten-lear. at 1217 Avenue! fiarthsidc BI'k
All roads DO 'be&\n to' lead.to the RICH MEN. that ,
i {lit Is "I'ttle wonder, the sympathies old ov ll! ,a school debate. 'Jnt.elll- '
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orld.atr. Wm. Weightman' recently:]died I In M'e'wIth' rccognl a neither ; As Temporary Quarters.al .
people Japan,In,the prtn pie!' but that ti ,
.. e to 'i1 .a bushel. ,old Philadelphia leaving au enormous fo- present' struggle. Japanese thought part has a monopoly r4 all the.patriot '
n.c Coywfl come Into' hia own.There .tune, made mostly out of qul lne. lie and action I Is becoming more liberal ) Qr allthe 'II'lsdoJ.} J. W. WATSON
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j was called the, rlcheti Pennllvanlad.He and more tolerant of the'rights of I ,
wan too much Roosevelt 1nx was one of. those men who 4{ the'civilized world all tW: Urn??: Not Th New York World says: "If the I .,
OOII6velt's 1et.Ier': of acceptance.. ognite opportunity.; ) He realized aa so with RU SL( Minor reforms 'have cotto 1 planter whose rope were 111- +
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1. ten:Instituted by the present 'Czar. feste ,with boll Wefvl should stand ,
If:unftfd 1a r would sldetrack'eome its fever-Infested carapi would mak bUt they are of little real value.Rub- guar at h1[ front 'gate with a dub to
y- Ill' leaders t would be better oIL .quinine_a-val able' com oflity! ,, lie secured : sia's treatment ,of the Je'f, other Prot 't his fields agalns grizzly' wars. New :
oat em 0 nothing but biundtr. a practical monopoly, On the cia of her subjects.. of the,Finns and the be' e cold congratulate himself, upon(; .
cbona' bark supply, 1 i3intil them almoa Poles has excited the resentment of the fuel bIDg a perfect t ltallon of the ','"
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: Wa; and Debs are making pollt"JI ;worthless, and from jeittacted: immense liberty-loving Americans' everywhere, stat manshlp for w'ICh' ',!beOlroreRoj

'1- I alia bee t the so th. Whet haS J JI quantities of the medbcme so Inky\ and'they would hail c aJapaneee'vlc-- ; velt' asks a vot of approval Nobby
etSouth dOD that ft should be eoly dispensable from that'tine to this.' He) tory.I, ". from the American 1e."
!: I f aUhlctedAnnounceme j never ,lost his contrpl of tde quinine In this 'war Japan is fighting 'not '

,market aslong as ije livedrj! And:), ] only her o'll'n'battle'for existence! _but AD interesting! law s It Is promised Suits
t omclallT made that left fifty millions. | ;,' '|i the battles 0('the world for 'the'pen i in a "E'W Jersey town Col Miller of i i(

publican ape Iblnders ire to open upa. Wm., Weightman was.a typical red commercial door In China.: Japan 'fontlair complains that the church t
'f, many Stat ,thla week. ,Still Re-I[:rcsentative: of the eminently successiJiAmerican rlitbtruIlY''II'on Port Arthur In'the'war f'lIs. ringing! Sunday .yor.n1ngs. are a For Fall and Winter ''
bllcan Ieade havebeeu'trs'ingto; J i: "captain of iiduslry." Mil. with! China but the Powers deprived! i culsa cc and are de trorlnlf his nerves -
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.ke us belle e that Roosevelt had a lions of, men Met earnestly striving-;, her' of the fruits of her victory.:, Then end i iRnaa'a. 1)15) health. lie hat threatened to '.
,' j'j'alkoyer. meet the same kln I i .Worcester, Maa8.,| another ,ol I hand and by coercion on the other.iseized .rbu people have In ted him to gda tho' Latest *
iTh\ll'TrMau\ Department II'an'ad.' man Is ending another kind of successful Manchuria and Port Arthur. ; bea. and:Ime, anI) ,what he gets tPrices- Design'
'Irable Institution and rereaUle In Ita career. George Friable Hoar Is dyC. She promised that at a" stated time
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jcompllahments. t... not long ago .Leg poor.' j, she won''!'remove her troops from thepcninmilal. fins of the church Bell has largely
I at It Informed the country, that trogti i "All'the' Income-producing: 'propert; She broke her promise flagrantly alsap _red In old day, when,watches :;;;

ere dreaed ItrT MId auntie'Wild i I have n the world or ever had."say!i deliberately. IUd loc'klere.. novelties and few: :$10.00 '$12.00$15,00 awrleartm
lateshysubject I Senator Hoar.-ylelds: a little less the Jni an'haa smarted under the ,
.1- Imala. Plckl: ebeepekine baT : always houyi olds were wIth a time-
11.800 a y ar.. A hundred dollars t r 'wrongs Inflictedby the allied powers: rlet'e the 'aUPPllp' to inform -
I I that Is from a life esU>, and the ptbe, ,sh* has chafed at-'the arrogance and th : b n' the time Serges, .
-_ y hen shoe ufacturers'objected'andklared :$1,000 comes from I tots t be. 80p to the pack.lac'f Lion! which.ban"paid:diTldends only for i'degree. she submitted her cause' to the s supplied with a watch or dOC'k. Worsted/ '

I JM! whale 0 are Interested ID -1;the last two or three years, and wh'ch'I i j arbitrament, of.the sword and so fnrriMori f or_ h. and as the Ie" ices, begin t"et a
+; the price 0 sheipeklne advar,' a the am very much afraid wlil( pV,no dv! has coW to her If'C1ons'"bea *, t' e. ther Is l0 act al UR for the Homespun ps sis

Icleat h the.order rescinded,,Wends or"smaller osn after, two or:'her heroic soldiera.have driven the lasts ringl g of a bell.: Bat or sentimental r _.
I r j 1'tlt after'the lecllolL, Radium II an-' !(:three year to come. With that except. Russian out of Manchuria she'will then 1tn !r If no other w .shall 'continue 4
a., a 1 her article hleb might puzzle peowltb itlon.'the honse',where I live wIth)It, : all 'prohab'lltyl: submit' terms, of f.:.uOf; tile church ,bell peal out each I R. W. RHODES m

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r DAILY] I&YI CIE ROPOIIS.SATLTRI and cushioned, El Moro will Ibe lined r. I j j c: '
; up for the Burch beach bathing

jY, SE Eat ER 17. 904. grounds'tomorrow; as usual I i!(Pr1ce.25' L. Will Be '
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cents on Sunday, and Thursday I! after-, A'

11 AIL SCHED1Arnve noons. ',' "

: : 'r.\\ I Day at Store ''fo all We will .
f m the Ndrth7:00 This blowing morning blasters were the'groundB engagedIn I LLJU, ,. our j; ,Mothers. make a specIal|, effort "to g

a. m. dynamite about .
$:5d p. m, of Mrs.' R. -S. Flanagan at the corner I Z' L'owerour; Stock this day. School l is at hand; your children I &
of Avenue C and Thirteenth for I I : ? time
Close for, a North- street :
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5:1'm. .lx the purpose of loosening up the ground must .beprepar"J. this will be
I 1:15 1L i preparatory to planting out shade! trees ,P Consequently,. 5" your opportunity to rn'
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and shrubbery.. "" i ,; buy, as, :we' will offer many goods for less than actual New ,Y rk cost in- r-n

Hon, Mn ohn well are apetved :- presiding
Rev F. Pasco D. D., ; elder
ho on Monday. for, the East Coast District, will' preach' {! order to close out our entire summer stock and 'remnants. '
at the! Methodist Church South'; tomorrow '
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Semi l l be geld usual at the 'at both services. His subject for Q. i
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"So Rare
Catholic' rch tomorro the morning discourse will be'"The : r-
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Coming of the Kingdom." and' for the UJ "
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!. Be sure d h Governor Br6warr evening 'service, "Gambling." (jjUJ OXFORD CLOTW t SCHOOL HAND BAGS. | and toe,'.absolutely fast"black. French ,..<

peak tonight at the Fair building." ', 1 j 15 pieces of fancy'striped ,Oxford Fish cord hand bags'a'very necessary' ribbed and. seamless. Regular -price
E I 'The of the'second story"of 1 J
framing; 'Cloth guaranteed fast'colors, nothing
," Results I Ijdount and ever/ advertiser- the Sturtevant building; on Avenue D'' article : for school children, to Is(o: and ::12c. Monday cents a

in the Metropolis til well pleased with between'' Thirteenth and Fourteen'"i i; Q better for children's shirt waist inlt.. carry books and lunch. Regular price Par! -t
jtor the Amount expended. raised '' Just the thing for school wear. N< ver 25c. ).IondaYr' 18 cents each. ,
r the return* ; t streets Is being and the structure .
which has, progressed slowly for sold for less than n%c and 15c a yard. i' ,HATS.L" .'

Frank Bryan, one of Fulford's successful some time Is now beginning tojassumeproportions. ; 0=: Monday at ID cents a yard. MERCERIZED,'MADRAS. Several levy, daintily .trimmed Dress : '
truckers and gro en. Is In the I I $5 pieces Mercerized Madras beautiful '
city today|tft business; illCD J.. OUTING FLANNEL. j. Hats, all the.very latei it In style and '

o i .. Mr. Archie Campbell ana bride, nee'' Several pieces of outing 1IaDne I designs.]' Tie aeeson for madras worth from i2b0"to $5. Monday, for

i Hon Gaol P. snub- secretary| and Miss Waunlta Pope; who were mar-I ,neat stripe, fast colors Just the thing waists Is fut,approaching: .Now Is..the jL25 : .

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Executive"Commltte*. Is In.the August, and have been visiting his paTents J J I anywhere, 100. Monday 8 cents'.yi rd. for 22V4 cents for Monday cults" 5m
f city today iiom hlshomeat! | OJus. here, left'for their future homeIn .... .t" :"BIT,REDUCTION.
rENGLISH COVERT CLOTH.
Miami on Monday night-Tropic CRASH -TOWELING.

Mr. ands lira J a.:FT. deride earn correspondent, 'in Tltusvllle Star. '; en' English Covert'Cloth; In'shades of Monday we will sell a bleached Irish :'A redactionFurnishing in. our House

1 boats last; night from l xt Pierce, .1tI.I tan, blue brown and'gray,,the verybest HuckabacbcruL' Toweling,.that' never Department- ., Table, Linens" ,
where Mr.' Frederick u ec ducting the The subscription list of the Metropolis Bed I ,
+ material made for Misses,, school sells for less than 8e a 'U4.forlcenm Towels. Spreads, Ready Made
drainage work of the F. B. C. Ry. Co. has been Increased by 152 during I like ,
the present week an average of more j skirts It will wash and wear a yard. a Sheets and Pillow Cases. We have just ,

Miss Hjr&e Nelson wlh-go down to than 25. a day. This shows conclnj j'j '. Iron. n% cents a yaro.. ;;; SHffiT'WAISTS.eun, ,out our Piece ,stock and '

Cnavonla. ert week whpre the'will lively both the popularity of the paper Y, HANDKERCHIEFS.Initial lengths
hare chi f6f the publlfe school the and effectiveness of the work done by ; One lot of Ladles Shirt: ,Waists, consisting found several. short of.V .Drw

coming ter ImiCohenti Mr. G. D. Brassier the circulation man. Handkerchiefs, pure linen of Lawn and Madras worth Materials! which we win place on sale c5a
Initial embroidered very prettily; narrow
store will doted on Monday ager. t J ', hem. an excellent'Handkerchieffor t 75c, $1.00 and $1.50." .. ,To clean. out, will Monday_ ,at less than eosi.. 'We wish' to

oa acoiint of Jewish[holiday bat .Mira. W. D. Horn who with her husband school 'Never .sold for less than;;' sell for 25.cents: each. >{ see. all.our friends" tau advantage. of\

the!j-blg refldction ske win be resumed visited St- Louts spent H1'erall i '' ''et- SCHOOL STOCKINGS.
this
., ; ,15c apiece. Monday, C each. An r I ,sale as the place oa isis
Tuesday' days with her.parents and returned to [ .J t
on fL
[ her home In Miami, Friday. Mrs. Horn 1 )" ters. .,;. Children's School' Hose, double" heel are'what you'will want ...t

3'A ladle bmbrellaj was left near the has been .visiting In Middle ,Florid i .'

t Metropolis Uilldlng Thtirsday, afterie -' since her Western trip; but Mr.1' Horn'returned i] ct: ,'" t -

noon after ball game.aune The owner to Miami July.-Tropl cot- "I 'I '. '
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'" can hare i i by calling. respondent In Tltusvllle_ Star. =7. [ : C. ; $tFTH TREE T .

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A.letter ill vedjrom L. Patter On Monday night, September 19. 1904:
,,. son, who Wlien- writing was In New at the Fair. building there win be a 1 1 { [
?.'. York City,';Ws thai he *{ill i start for meeting of white jroters *boar' ,Inter- 'rf' 1- FfORIDA.

i'kt s home In "w' days I." eeted in'the party,of sound money and' ,
h
k -1
I \ protection for the purpose'' of 'organizing .. ..,..> ,, 'U"""" _,
i"i Miss Delia! Kltchell. of la ni. who' I .'
a-club to further the Interests of '
1--- .,-
visited'MrsJ I.Joyner the! first'of the -- l --r- : ___ h'
t the Republican party; in Dade county. I t <
,a. week g''off en route from Day- be there. MILLER'S .t.'CO T t : .
( atop Let every Republican! ] '
.-.:_'t tons. '.4' Rockledgl- News "". """ .. ,. j t J L DO .NOT PAIL JO SEC I'WHALER'S |

r ','M Emerson t llanos.LSteinwayjsjnd come Mrs Richard! Alfred who has,, 'made rY (Sticctiton to SJwta j
.: her home the past year or,more,with
+. In beautiful leases; that'n cans hands her daughter, Mrsl'Gl: : Enloe and family. THE UNDERTAKERS. JEWELRY STORE ji

f'f'l .off, dust ou| and music w! thin. ; ." leaves ').Iond morning; to'visit ; J]
Bush & Safford Piano Co. '
her daughter; Mrs. David L Turner, at i I 3l4--12thSireet. I
'4JJ---12tb Street Phone 23; \ '
Pelham. Ga. Mrs. Alfred will be away I I
As|marl! member of the Baptist until the'ftfst of the year before 're- -- _. 1 1Remeef. -, ...4_ '"
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5'' JM a do s<| are i eqnested to R' : : ;: g -
( Church ft Bchoi il tomorrow tuming. here., 1- the [ city election' takes I II to Bee her ftnal panure from her old ,II FC t RENT Two elegant 'suites Ofik.
be present at Sunday '
f. morning; as! here are som< i uuttten"of ( ne ;Tue d '. .There: should be I. borne'. Mrs. Bra y, her mother.1'lslted, :M BUSINESS LOCALS.roolL I' twoi each. ,Desirable for offices
tranaa ted. FOR SALE.-Ten acres of desirable I a full vow, polled Jn order to'show'up her. old! ,friends ere last week.' She t5Hllla;, ti8ilat ..;,, for r nt.ID the Metropolis bunding.
business to J i I w --- '
land adjoining the old links.It .
golf
rk' well the blze'of our voting population! IB one of the earn pioneers who carteda ,, MONET TO
\a| part glade and part 'pine. Also A Fine office .rooms for; rent la the LOAN-Apply to Dad
'Capt Dil if for l other On. home out th w ldern B. and after, ,
f' The steani TJ Martinique fine Chadwlck ''towJwheeled carriage no rea Besides this i of Metropolis building.*.' < County Security Co., M..,Y. Brown or
lon arrived 11 port this aft moon from ; there are five candidates In the, field years of toll ands hardships acqulied a '. tI. B. Shaw. 431 Twelfth street
:
Key (West 'jkttd Havana .n 1th several cheap;,.one spring wagon' and harness, for,aldertneu 'and out)of 'these three competence. \Sh and her. husband See W. L. Daughtry, 1005 Avenue D, acret'of
passengers.|| She will sail on the rep plows etc. only are.lo be nominated. The voters were among th moat prosperous it your sewing machine needs FO t SALE.--Ten good pint
far t, E.''F, Wells hive :' plenty of stock r fine homestead. and repairland, first-class for fruits and vegetables
turn jtrlp ton orrow. (only lolnx as should interest enough.. to. go to ? ing.-
:317 14th Miami. ; eat
St. I\ of Lemon
u ;. (he polls and tote for the three,whom I beautiful orange roves. A short time City about a mile
.'h..,. KvWm In their opinion will make the best offlclafs. ago she decided t/mare to Lemon City Headquarters. fancy groceries, fruit and s half;:'and not far from rocfc road.ooU' .
.
at Wilson
'". fir last Then must be a number.of very poor ,. Jb Flye's. 1WANTED. .Will fell cheap. Address "Land.car.
kftRr ape [4lng s das here i where she IB pI uanU, located and *
tf i weeks with flirt tam lly of Capt'Js& people Miami according to the,Evening ; ,', I.:[ where, she an epend'her declinIngyears .-Pear. .seed. 'Wilson, ftFlye. .The.I Metropolis.'WAITED. .
*'
H, Prltchard, Mrs.', .J* fe. pejidleton, of Record, which says; that "every Sheriff JFrohock'nvelved A telegramthis surround by fter children and "
f It Lemon City nett Mohday visit herat family In the city able to pay the cost morning from the' sheriff of Blng- ; gra dehlldrt'u. Irs.- Bowman bae'a ,--- .-A loan of $2,000.00 for ,

t mother and Datives Jn Ta4pa.-Tltns- -ttiD cents, a week-,Is a subscriber j to ham counly. Idaho, stating that he had comfortable ham In Miami, quite near MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF MU six m nuiB on gilt-edge first,mortgage, :

rc- 'Ule tar.FO that paper. Such a claim la preposterous lett..for this) place to take Into custody her" mother, and Ira. Worler has ke- SIC.' FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSK paper!, Will not pay over eight percent

nf' and Is a reflection upon both the aid "" R AlL My "Coral man who made it and upon the PeOple alias J. E, Elrod. arrested here yester-:t lame locaIItye, e1 have been rreaU1mllllled W ANTED.---Purchuera---=--- -for.' ." .... rare'Metropolis.

oo bay In the Brjckell Ham- who do not read It' ,. day.on charge I[ of embezzlement; It'' In spcial Irclea'and tD church deuces, built to order.\OD easyiratail-

oxup by Mrt ,and f Lorenilx : is not other that an_officer ,has to, go. cor pondent 'Jwork.lIms In ,T1t 1vUle ment payments.,H. Tatum; ft: Co.. CO 1Io'TRY PROPERTY'FOR RENT ,
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to BlackMo o for the, past monthi. Captain Peter Swanson, of Miami, so far for a prisoner, .as the trip will : Star..' ReaV Estate Brokers.' "yom> house with bath cistern
it t has purchased the 'lIChooner,Menh nt necessitate six days travel both ways.' and nfccessary'out-houses, with tea or -;
from S. F.,Travis ft Co.. and is ,giving .t- FOR SALE-Onei903Orient; Buckmore Of 'good
AddT't' Arnold Groom. He'will probably bring a deputy. alongwith' : ?( pcres trucking land at '1
her a thorough overhauling on the himt It would be Impossible for! The 'arnngeme l. of the two large board In good condition Price $:!OO.OO Orang Glade, five miles from Miami -:
1
Co,itractorj Mckerson say be hopes Point where she'is hauled out",Capt: one men to. make the trip with a prisoner i' "bop window of WRhodes, IB,cty1Fing : cash Address. B-I'! Potter'West i d rock road. Call,on or address) .

to ha a the >rk on tie Ba |Ust Church Geo. Anderson an experienced,.Bailor, alan<.. : forth favor le comment fur. Palm"Beach, Fla.. .. Walter Walain, MlamL : :
completed [ore 'th first Sunday In will be master and this well known '-/ q ___ iI1hisori
need
p Rhodes bu good taste In tats
October. Tn,< lathing; has been done craft will soon be In commission again.. The Goernront! beacon tender Martha .! stock
new arrangementts'It
.and Hajtfield. the plasterer, wtll -Cocoa and .,Rockledge News. Captaln'Jobn Ha11. came into port] : shows his I-IOtjlse ,
.
to excellent adv ntage. .1
iputtt pn the first cojat On Mon- yesterday morning from the north end' ..
day esdai The, Sweetest Flower; That Blows of Florid 'reef where1l1he'] has ,been I:' ; aled"ell) /

is not.sweeter,than Thelma, the new engaged la erecting a Beacon to mark I L On account of he I Ine Newly Furnished. In new location. Rates 1.50 per day, 'J
Lu ius, who has contractedwith. perfume. A delightful odor. .dellcate the wreck there; The beacon was put buainese the ciga factory of xl ;' I SPECIAL BY WEEK.' 8311 14th St...Miami Florida 'J
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W. Hhhn for threeto.be new, mod- yet permanent Thelma 1s .becoming up,In two[days; Is thirty-six feet high i I Bros. baa been moyed over In the Hahn -J .
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era.onof. Hx-room [houses completedsajs the favorite' among people of refinement and markJM with a "W" indicating, building 'where tl e1 will soon put fn 1 r--- ---T--:J. ---": -.--' -r---- j!

+ before.:December firrtl that everywhere.. Call'and test ,It at. wreck>; .After discharging her pile I I ten ,, extra The retail departmentwill
permanent Mi ants have already been our'store. We are g), d to showtt, because -_ driver'tnd!{unused material at the 'dock he old stand WhUirf .

secuijed for ti ;m.> He may build more .it makes'frre da, for, Itself, and of the Drake Produce Co., the Martha I the rear handl.1 be used for a wholesale '1 rV un'gs' Pijarmacy

1 ,as soon as th< se are done. us. sailed :for! the Manatee river on the :.' 1hf'Y' are rea.0'0,

i ,wi j Biscayne Drug Store. West Coast where she will take aboarda Increase v'to; of the jmtiitl!
Wrist Twell t 1 street' grc wing more .John C. Abernathy, Prop. new m 'an'd then go to Mobile to whenever : met detna

rapidly than; i ny other port Ion of the do some Government work. Captain '!?his;new .arM";{; npnt ,will/ar' l !aha ; ) f wesssn.a1A {
ctyiand as i a m as the brid ge Is com Mr. J. W..Watson ,stated this morning Hall Is' suffering, ;' with malarial fever i .week'to' ti.>> pa +.,:i "lleb Rill .w small complete and and carefully' utoc We buy"our lrujj: in ;

plated the w'Wt side of the river will that he is having plans drawn I for and was forced. to remain here for medical ]
became a pot iflar residence MNtlon. as a new .building'.be erected on the treatment He la regarded as avery : cafe clt,. / .
It 1s'the prettiest property, i o conren- site, of the old one burned Thursday sick man.'"'The Martha was taken I The ,commanv la !Jot !taking :III1"+4. ',: tl O z BdttSt dlicg' S'Tin' area T
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lentllocated!I l to be had at L-- ible morning at the corner of Avenue D and to the'West ,,Coast under: command of are of the ofr If tee slue. I'te.on;
pHcas. 81 Thirteenth street but. at present he Chas: Smith,''first mate who will probably the inducemeti wnlcbhave" beeirtoffered :, : : 'fro; n lain:; 10 : ; : ':,'

has not determined upon the else or "bemide.her: : master\until,,such ,bY; the B "
Tb a F, E. 4iRCo's.. houseboat Just details except that It will be of:solid time'as Captain Hall Is able to go In jj look to these; and l peclall1 the bUBI-j 'at thg 'lIOda fountain.'- Special" cream and" Kberbet' ';":-

leted at ie yard r north bftheterunur brick and modem In every manner her.again. ) < I near ,m n who & cigars, 'tor' their! j afternoons and evenings.. We wantalways your patronage Saturday aad wil ''a!
h1"&e I "
this mcrolAg for He Is now preparing; to open business v I endeavor
i&lnal'staUonJ left support( : .to see that. you g( t the but i in'ourlrne
Key Largo in low of the launch Badger temporarily In 'a!" store room .of the ", Mrs. Sowmab. has had.,the In a few week one"of the firm will {
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witnj) a party'! at which placijthey win begin the survey old stand opposite the postofflce: for shipment;\ While making final settlement endeavor to bull p'a.iade'that: will I \ of hst0ffq I ';I,;
1 lot the proposed extension of the whm he will be pleased to. 'see former ,, of t.her business Interests here I f place I thlr tUBlnea among the,,Largest 1 oryta Ie ... prescriFtiMS; w. E. y UNc :" ':: PROP :,

road| to Key eat patrons.'f 1- she called W, old friends;, who regret 1,ln,the city ,. I I "

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1 EC. QR PE PLE'' jj NOTICE: 'ANN UNCEMXNT8.

,Wad Cut'to Suit To Whom It Mar Concern: i Southern .
'I
FOR ALDERMAN
HERE ELSEWHERE.iy ., tI .lalo4e'Is hereby given.ihat,the nn-! ; ,
AfD e', That Suited Him -The friend* )U'. H. Wharton desireto
denlgSjed Intend to apply to His Excellency .
It announce hi m as a candidate: to succeed
William 8. ,Jennings, Oo'r-j : f
himself
and as av.result.we j are for alderman and to solicit
Tai 1 be etlte attending ernor of the State of Florida on the I the 'ID.
of the voters his
.
.any tchurefj now working 6th. dajr of October A. D. Dot for Letters
of ton orrow.rpoken : I behalf at '
.up1rt. on the 20th in-

FOUR MEN TAILORS Patent, on the proposed ,charter I I slant. World's. F ir, Route

Mr. B .|of Cccoanul Grove,, hereto annexed. ,

in n' in order to keep ahead of, This'27th' day of August.'A. D.
waa y day -, 1904. The friends jot F. W. Hahn desire U.jcandldacy .

., our orders. All this has JAMES T. SANDERS' announce his for,renomlnaUon Best Line to! 'St. Louis '
Rev. T&3 I from W. S. GRAMLING
JL or w return _
as aldernjaii. subject to the
primary
been brought about by '
Danla S day m"ning t J. H. TATUM., election cajled for i
September 20th. -
the satisfaction which. follows CHARTER. '- Superb dining
service ,
ar
.
I MrL a Hob >n,the sick list our work. t', The|undersigned persons. James T. The many friends and supporters of '.- I .

U udsl ung.I I Banders, W. 8. .Gramllng and J.' H. Alderman I.WIlson have so persistently I'' 1I' :

I Tatum hereby associate themselves urged him "
together to stand for reelection "

f Rev. W.. Burn w 1 return homeIndisposed j for the purpose of becoming Incorporated that he ijas finally consented, and Stop odes going and returning> :; j

tonight; : under the laws of the Stateof i will therefore be'In the race before the .

We wake. Pants; "to your Florida. f .. primary: on tie 20th instant at Atlanta Kponifle L nisTille Asbeiille

Mr. on I at TheJterfoi following Is the proposed char ') .

this wri gi tr measure from the Intended corporation: FOR CITY TREASURER Norli ,

ARTICLE I., Chu. IL G [rthslde la a candidate for and principal Carolina Monntain Resorts

Mrs ellde ones is still on the City,Treasure|! to '
'UP Th name of the corporation shall be r succeed himself, subject <<

II alck Il ,. $4.50 The florlda Medical Company, with to the wi 1 of the voters to be desIgnated I ];

I The LSe r nits Club met 1 i Its P nclpal office: located at Miami, 20th Instant at th primary election on theFOR See High Bridge(highest,_railroa.: .. bridge, in the world,),Famous .4

Dade ,County, Florida. Blue Grass.Region,
r nsua asst and a Catchy Sqit .. Lexington and Loi sville. 'I .1-

+ --- ARTICLE ILThe COUNCILMAN. Free reclining chair cars and.,h gh 'class day coaches. through; _a:
We t eve colored "man as J low as general nature of the business Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville to St.. Louis. '
t I hereby a4nounce
in the piibon I to be[transacted shall be the manufacturing myself as a candidate : Folders )
rates
l for etc.; cheerfully! furp shed .-
m tuber of the Miami City upon application.
( of and,placing upon the market ----, "
Mr. wen,, the fu iture man, isr 22.00 Extracts and Medicines composed Council, | .
l'I W. H. J. C. Lusk, Dist ict! Passenger :
now aetl down in h nequarters.Rev. wholly or In part of native herbs, fruits Mclntyre. Agent,

and berries, and In such Quantity and FO CITY CLERK. i' 108\\ ., Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
4d i -q /] by: the hereby a nounce myself u a candidate '
from country vest rdaJ morning. Board of of Directors. for r 'eetioD
I ; to the office of, -3
We Guarantee our work (or giveback ,| ARTICLE III. city' clerk anl tax
LM assessor. ;
Rev, Joshua be n his work al '
the paidjfor it
,money you Thai amount of capital stock shall be k M., R. Kellum.FOR ., $$2,50Savannan
the B ne hottLye erd and Return
1 I J. A. WORLEY I2.600JOO.:to be divided Into 250 shares MAYOR. ..

a'n of(; thl par value of $10.00 each, which TrJLEVbitlU
The ill be of Free
;lodge At the earnest solicitation of his

I and A depted Mesons r rganlxed kn the Net to, First National;! Bankthe I shall Board[be of payable Directors. at in the aervlces'cash option of the or many friends]John Sewell has consent-;
:
city a ut the Lrst of next month.' ed to becom a candidate for reelection
l' i property,either real or personal, at a : 400 Co1nmhia and Rp.hlf' !

Rey tdlrI. '" Just valuation, to be fixed by the Board as Mayo>jr of the City of Miami at i ,
H. Bartley called : Text the primary -- "' ,
I pastor. Job 19,261 "For-1 : to be held on the 20th UoU\&
} of Directors of this Company at a meeting -
OD Mr. rind Mr.-J. Dingie Frida7
,
know that my<-Redeemer Iveth'And clUed .. inst
purpose.
for this
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aftern; t that he shaM stand at, the utter day IV. .. vJA.: '
._ t ARTICLE Mr J. C. ijucker.anDouDces'hll can- .! .
I "
w upon the earth. All are invited.At I ..;. ,
I' and '
?d W.,J M mery and Nel- -=- i i this corporation shall continue didacy'or a erman and will appreci- -t I ,

n' ion Thompson left lu night for Flor- Mount have Jxjwer to;operate Its corporate ate'the snprfort of the voters j at theprlmar7

," once. New Zion Baptist church to franc Ises,/ owers and immunities fora next!Tuesday: 'u'L.
morrow,there will be two converts for J .
.. : AirLine
term of twenty-five (25) years after Seaboard Railway
baptism. The procession leumg''u.. ;;
COPY.
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Miss lte Gilraer IYed from the the commencement of Its corporate,existence.v -
church at 11 a. m.. The candidates will In the Circuit Court of the Seventh ,
f Metro Man Mutual neat Aaeokiattou ,
receive the right hand of fellowship at J ARTICLE V. *' ::Judicial Circuit, of, Florida, :Within \ .
11 sick dues.Hon. .
3 At Gp. m: the B.i'I Y. 1'.'U.meets. : -
p. m. 'and for Dajde Count/. .. '. '
business of this shall j.In .
t t At 7.30 the'pastor Rev.: N. B. 1ht; | Company Chnu;,.. Wed. Aug. 31
,
hn ft. Scott enue collector Williams be conducted by a President, a Vice- ,
will preach'a special sermonfrom Bank of Ba
r Biscayne, a Corporation
Treasurer''and f
Presl ent Secretary,
asd of th congressional
e try Proverbs,14, 34. ,Subject,. "Slu Hale ",
Complainant Stuart '
vs. IL. Defendant
dlstrl[ came down esterday mornThed and Righteousness.. All are invitedto General officers{ :agents Manager or and employees by inch, M,other'mayfrompme Special i l Train to leave Jacboniille at i 11.30 i a. m.- .

J. attend. to time be appointed by the Order of Publication.

Fellows of the cityWU1 be life Board of Directors. The office of Secretary Upon application! of the complsHnnn' f .
The oldest colored man in Unit by its solid ,Patterson ft !w.coin Savannh tickets
J.f glad now that th "Three Links"of and Treasurer, at the discretion on. i; good returning by r plat train on.or before Sept. 2nd
ed States died the 'other weeh4! at|the '
W Palm of Board of Directors, be filled It appearing from the affidavit of W. Columbia tickets good returning i
are erecting at the may by r gular trains on,or before Sept. 3d
In
advanced of
age 140)'e&rI.; cStf W. Erwin' of the said '
cne solicitors,
f like hap by one and the1 same person The 'I ,
1764 In Georgetown S. C. \jHe I1tyH a for said complainant that the refend-
t t aside of the Officers and Directors TICKETS SOLD FROM ACKSONYILLE
ty quiet life used coffee tea and ant Stuart It Hale, has been absent ONLY
Wiftanr Lulu
Mr. W. and Mts. ipki1c. shaft] consist.:. of three members ,andstockholders '
and was able to work till last frail 'the'co for than I
EBfa wlere united in marriage it the who are to conduct the inty mote' sixty "v '. :,
1/ He remembered events that ltd: lime( the O.A. McDonald .,
days :next receding applicationfor '
] ,
born. f Tank Spanish on Tuesday business of the corporation those "'
knew but him such a* "the f4I ltjnrf of until Assistant Gear,Pass. Agent i ., .
,
S. C.
shall'' be this ord r of publication and that Boylston, Jr.
W officiated. .
Light. H ? y elected, at, the,Lrst election, Jacksonville _
J' the stars; "I was married wnenHthatA the nsldenn pf said Stuart H.'Hale to : Pas. Agt
,
,
i ," be said., He also A u ofthe qualified, are: :: '! '
unknown 1 that there Is > .
Twos wit baptized at the ,James. T. Sanders, President. an no person ,
"August tide, the Mex War, j iii the State the service of a subpoena I.
loot d stree at 11 on ytee-Prealdent. # '
a m. idar- W J 8. Gramllng. '"' "
of had beii .
( the War 1812. He whom (\
Sun morning by rev. N. aa wii- ft. and Treasurer In i would bind the / !t
[ : J. Tatnm. Secretary :o
rled three times at his.,death dfwasStand said defendant Stuart H. Hale, and J. i '
4 Yams pastor. T. W. 8. Gramling
And ames Sanders '
illhe survived by 2 daughters, ll ( that the said Stuart H. Hale Is a person .
1 and |fl. H. Tatum shall constitute the
children and 31 greatgrandchildren.He .
". ; Rev;! L. W.i Swain' the 'porter, died In Battles, Ala Manl.'at' Is Bard of Directors.until said election. 'of over the wenty-one years of age. 1
It Is ore ordered that the said l lgRates.
brougbli down his sister thin morning.< Stuart, H.-I ale be red Is
hereby
required
f She 'wjll stop ,lnbullHnid .tto| S.V, Brown score T said corporation shall be elected at the .
to appear to the Bill of Complaint .
annual'meeting the stockholders -
; first f
I ftl d'ID' the said ,
t cause on or
; and at each annual meeting of the
NOTES FROM THE SEA ; before Mon ay; the 3rd day of October,
t Mr JTellx E. Butleious ,, Industrlr stockholders thereafter.: The first annual
a
very I '' A. D. 19Q4, otherwise the allegations of
r young man of oil r city, who has I f .I I !:!meeting of the stockholders, and r .
said bill will 1 be taken as confessed by ;
,: ,Ji been win-king up at Ttbbals for four or| Public school, opened Monday ; th atl.1 each annual, meeting thereafter, shall the Mid The people of Dade Cour will want all i-t tie news
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five m ths, returned] yesterday morn- .rood attendance. II ; be held at the office of the Company' It Is furtl defendant er ordered that this order this year,as it is to 'l b : an interesting one beand -
to''' his friends.: I the t'th day of August
lug many 1 cause of the electionsNation
t : be published. once a week for eight consecutive -
: ARTICLE VI. r
l- f Mrs. P..W. King retuned': Ilt1feek I we< ks In The Miami Metropolis v
of Indebtedness .
I .,The highest amount '*,
At C M.'E. Zion '
: I from a northern trip looking a. ne paper published In the '
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at time
'j chsrebt i : be Sunday school .at I ll j subject who h this Itself Company shall not may exceed any the county.of I ads and State of Florida. Stat CountyThc

II 10 R tij. preaching t 3 p. m.. and itRev. MrI. M. Fleming, of Boynlon,1Wis amount Dated thl i 8th day of August A. D.
i might I b ir the pastor F, A. Hamil- I of. Its capital stock ,?
up Monday:visiting (rleDd .). .& ; ; 1904. ,. !
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[:' 1 ton. A!.]B. Mi are Invtted to attend I ,JIk' Tie ARTICLE VIL (Ct: Ct)' E. C. DEARBORN.: .
and residences of the Incorporators -
d these service. *. i Mrs.. M.'J., Hall Is on the ilflt I list names ( Seal ) Clerk of the Circuit '
( of this Company,,and the '
:y' j but b entertained; fof her'recovery' Court In for Dade County, FlorIda Metropolis .
i amount of capital 'stock subscribed by .
; Mrs Lottie heu' friends willbe : anr '
,ty Ste I ,
glad' to know thit she will return --:- I :, each James!, are as', follows: ,t 'of Miami Pattenon 'i Erwin 'Has. perfected arrangeme its whereby it can offer
T. Sanders (Seal),
E. from M ma, where st e has been teachIng 101... L. Webber basher jUrn-room ,., So.IMiors for ComplainantMASTERS such attractive rates for various

for several jmont!is, to take charge house furnished and has given1:'itJ one Fla.W ten .h rea.S. ." I I .: that there should be' : newspapers
i Gramllng (Seal: of Miami, Flaten SALE. ; 10 excuse: for people remaining -
of her la the city' public coat of paint
department
school lext w thk latter part l' f hares.. i Under a rd by; virtue of a de- i in ignorance J! aslto| the happenings of

t .i, j't., Mr.-W. H. HILL retunedih4se'Aies.: J H: Tat m (Seal), of Miami, Fla.. cree of foreclosure and sale issued the year. "
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.. .. out of the Ci rcuit Court of the Seventh .
f The school (overtbe the Miami river I day after being:absent for thrte or four ten i areLState '
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
: TAhou1 J4 \ establish as there ire sor weeks among the keys. I I. f of Florida
) ., ? Dade cozen '. In a cause therein: pending -
Ismail ones too small to walk totown. County of Dade.On '
I onany b- i bIU.J.I personally appeared before ,' where t J. A. Robbins and L. W. RATES. ,
;" the sChool In jthls | There reit Mrs Sam our old this day .

i .aboat | weDty--ID.! children; we are will soon .leave on a visit to hie home *me James T. Sanders W 8. Gram- Bobbins hit wife are complainants; ,
and E.: C. L idler and Fannie H. Lanier
it I -told. c that side.. in Georgia., I i ling and J. H. Tatum to me well known H ( i I i.
; I i' I a the persons described.In, 'and who his wife, V. N. Johnson, the Bank of n The 'Daily Metropolis "

Mf I Llzsiel I Brown the culture, Mrs. J.:E. Jaudon returnee irotd' her subscribed 'their names to the foregoing .- Bay Bisca je. a corporation, Lucy J. One Year
t '' Johnson, William D. Hughes,, doing and .
daugkk r'ot Mr, dMrs.. HowardBrowfl ,trip to Ensue; Sanford and otKer points:, Articles of Incorporation of the 'k
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will beJ emp oyed'In Dr.'S. M. .up the' State greatly Improy I .; I Florida Medical Company and did severally business at Hughes ft Company, and : $10.00TSemiWeekly
the San fort Loan and Trust Company, TimesUnSemiWeekly ion
.
, f Fran I drug *tore n a few tlays. 'We -r-.r HlAn, acknowledge that they evecutedtbelsame .
; ttor rain' and; I and uses a corporal m. are defendants, the nnderslged. I. ,
think e d hlgly bonore1Ifl There Is plenty of now for, the purposes '
I ; 1 ister In will sear Ti es-Union
: In haf1nc this cultt[red yarn woman days but the ocean zephyr* fin our therein ezrressedI m chancery ., 15.50 '
at public ai ction. In front of the CourtHouse .
an eDl loYee 11 m his store as clerk.. ; brows continually and ,Instates new | witness whereof I have hereuntoset

; I '. life and vigor. .I .1', :, my hand and official seal, this nth doo atMIaml. Florida, during Weekly Metropolis wit ( Times-

to; EYe one uat ils paper'goes' to -.- 1" It. day of August,A. D. 1904.. the of sae on the flrlt--M D- Union .
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jC1 I day legaS:1 :?r. A. D. 1904. the same being T 12.00
: today] jihould su bscHbet for It., 1fa M.rI..Whlte.; of Pleasant 'having : YM' S. M. TATUM. 'I '

s only ton cents per eek. You get the quite a success: with dry goods. and Notary Pnpllc State at Large. day of said'month, to the With Atlanta Journal twite ;(a week 12.25

,. Pay the In the Rev. P. Vf\\ King build commission highest anowing < best bidder for: cash the
doing Jof the fit l' very day. millnery My I IW expires Feb. 9,1907. With Weekly Palm Beac News '- 12.00
described real estate of the
Mo evening when ing. .
boy ten cents on day -
defendants, E. C. and Fannie
,.I Please 1 .LaDler
1' he brmgs youth j per paysome i v-i PARRISH. I" '
him In'advance.ijt' : Fishing parties Is the' sport(jol the and Typewriter. H. Lanier;tile wife and W.N. JohDlOn.

day., .Caps John Collierlandedpound ;{ .. 65 JgNIE ,DrjHwillnB*.Manlfn'd d lying'' and inc (tD the couty of Dade Old subscribers! must! pay all back dues before they

OR lhursdah; ; ey' Ing. September. grouper yesterday the '. E. ,of Shorthand.. Office. 'and State o Florida or so much thereof can take advantage tt if these offers and' cash

'1.bereJt-u; given by'[some of the young, C.. Ry. bridge. 'tear ... D.orrrBaokW Bif>cavnHo : .. s may be kuffident: to satisfy said in ad'ance'ust ,ac company: all orders for
I .r 10:on In 1::OO and !:no 10 ':M.i '
Ladle k the city, the home. of Mr. --:- I j Kenidrace, 2!2: Ay..... C.; re and cons of sale, towit: these combinations.

'and $lrs. H. W. LnsselU 41S. ,Firth Mrs., !'allie.fhomu is.Ij np again'at I Lot Twel!ire ((t?) and the west half of I

atreeta lOCIaJleutl' tsHnment.. The oc- her place of business after a few taytof Id.I'I'I" 1'11'1; 1'1't jot thirteed (13), of block thirty-eight CSS "

caston was Jon [and and after allgrew illness. We-hope she, will 'continueto f't o rll,Friends. ot OrKaalzed Labor. I (38). north of the city of Miami. Florida 'o; DDi .; .

had ;flatted Jill hoarse, Improve. I .: .we respectfully request that j. accord ng to a map of said city, "

they +, ere erred: 4r Ith Ice: cream and, -:- A" .J 1 upon entering any ;store to : made by A. L.' Knowlton' ; C. E., and recorded -

cake pr,the ladles The committees who are make a :purchase you kindly In t ie office: of the Clerk of the11lt'1 ; Miami Metropolis.I ;

( to seat and,paint OU1ii'1IIIDCuDds' show ': in and for Dade county, .
I ask the clerk to you his, .
At EbeneeseV M. E..church on Ave- lows hall are.meeting Union Card. ,\,- ,,1LOC.AL .

sage Hi| there Iwnl f L be at 11 a.m.. tntnoe0lre Mrs. v. Williams has 'ralsedf'SIC.$9; 779., 'H.'F.'ATKDVSON. -e 't -
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preachlng| by the Rev H. \V. Mrs. Georgia Wiggins. IS.OO.t' !I at- Retail Clerks' International 'Muter Ir Chancery- .. .......... .

Banter, the pastor.' Sunday school at Ue.Gruer-1S.00;: making a total of Erwin .4
Protective Association Miami,
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f,-. >ai Id "** ..$ .... BU a wrmou byiU'4'L $%S.G.' :i 8o'lcltqr. for Compl imants. I Is I-

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t., So: :i ,hE'rn: ;I ,_ E ilwEw .'Y..i.Rrs'w.ILSON: : .. : i I court to be,'of named record the county proeeeutfn&'attora J solicitor.who I punldpsaiqr'of each Into hereafter.DM ot tooooporated eel

, D'RCTIVJ: KAY 29,19.1.) shall'be appointed'by the1 Governor classes sad BO law ,relattac to the ers' >

I and confirmed by the senate,,and who atlon. 'r Yenunent.or powers of any

1-1f; Drily t Ii. xaa.i I_ .o.lD' Noel' and_West' I xaltt Contractor and B !older shall bold -office for four' ,earL 'HI municipality. ; number municipal ''

Liawoarul.. May 746p r ac sou cue y e5, compensation shall be' fixed by law. lUes 1 i than the whole of, a class.
Lr Jrau ..., .- a tlq Rt lOlap Lr Jaap Oa. .. _.. Bo RJ IO40La ', : '. Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution halt be valid.
eava.ab_. ; _s,4 RR lr p'a AT Haco.,6r. .. .. ..ko Ry S OD.krOdump4. i 'I' '
., -.k0.kJ S00a ArAnafl s.,,,..,., .,., .,.,_eoky 5u -. of the mate of Florida 1* hereby 'Section 24. Article in of the CoastW
Cbarrotl._. ... .lip, Ry 9 Ma Ar Rome, M..r..w -w.e0 Ry 7 tea.ArGpboro .
, -. -4-o ky ISxq ArDaltonba_ .. _-_ ___$ Ie.5.Ar j I amended so M to read a. follows:, tntion ol the State of 1'lo.Ida Is bentaTamend
k !1 ArCb&Wnmfq Tea. -kok t 9J6aAt :
Daevllle LelnLton, ttT --,.. --- 1 6xhprRkbTO.d NOVELTY' WORKS ,Section %8. AU offenses triable In the so ss to read as follows:
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t J T ,. b.Ry / L Clnalunar OMB Foor rasp ''Bunder of fine residences a' Special courts of record shall be prosecutedupon Sect:. 8. Article.ViII of the Consti-

, _.. ........... .. g '
-:- Ar..y.e.bura..4. ..3. .. .n.ay Up ArCulcago.l. Information under oath, and maybe tntion ol the State ot Florida Is hereby
ArCbartetlrsrillu etiky aloe v.Clncinu.U 0 Pr .e. Bas filed at time;whether the court
_. _. any repealedThe
:' t M' ti R 95op ArChle.go.lll PILID.a Tara AVi.ter bo for tDllriata. be.ie_ blocki, 'ia fact a.ytki.f, I. b. building lia.
, .11 R K 11 atp + U In session or not by the county solicitor -
Arrbnaddphla.t' HH l4r ArCblc.oII C c1 t ". ... .. ....... CHahr F 1tI P ISyone"temptaanjbuilding would do well to coe.aU me inn ani to p.....and4ikcieadofa. Ypief"cast In compliance: with
; t :. : R R I a 5ps : .ember of The Ballde'.Eacba..e and e plo'i.,.otbla. but the grand Jury ,of,the circuit
, said
Inc uuat .... .C A Il''j A6{ :proposed amendments, and the
I ......._
I ArTolndoO_...._?_ CH&D 5100 l" t Unto.I caa .0 labor trollblee on my work. Look a up or write me court for the county In which said
If f No,9oWg.bi' alt and Flori a Limned." Ar Detroltlyk a ..... .. .., .C H B D 7.l.ek H. cfn1'88I. declarations and returnsthereof
Datly PunmS" Dr wing m B eepl.g C.r. .._ .. court of record fa. held, may Indict for be ,
.
IJ aavllleWl York. 6aopAr .Ll..L i;hall subjected to the cam*
Phreburg,i'. .. .... ,_ Pa Linn 1 954r ; offense triable In the court. of record.
J ,, ,. I regulatic n* and restriction ss are provided -
.BlgFunr 9xlpThroaghr
r Laud of k11 l xae0 Ar vCloelouNlO Clevel.ud, 0 ,.. r.. ..,., ?. .?_.Blg P.alr I la W I WJSer Upon the 'fInding of such Indictment, b) law for, general elections la"

flaky AW ._.,. Sapp4v LP ft Abs pact CoI34COAlO.T the circuit Judge shall commit or ball theStaU of Florida.In .
SoRy 'Dade
f Cd.E r .vy.kDi ky ky 1x6.6 pun Ar Atlnulsrllle b4 Inu{.,yn Yy__._ ...r_._ ".Ro Ry 7 e9At County the accused for trial In the court of record 'testimony whereof t nave acreunto
and the county solicitor of said
lo
N.C B. I Sop Fbrtda Umtted." Dally.olldAr "
Ar Aabel1W. No. 11--n. setlmy hand and affixed the great
r hot kprtnrti C. .. Ry r37p re.tlbuled tTt5,thrnub vnsche.and I'ullman.f court shall Immediately file therein,
rj ...o av baop SleeplagUar.JactaoSrllktohewYnrtArLoolnnk..y : : hTL seal of Ole State of Flo-Ida at Tallahassee .
rt ,.. .. ...tb.ky usu. and Information based upon such,Indictment -
.
rt ArM.Lnui.. .. .: k Ibep the capital this the first day ot
: t ArCLemoul Ubl. .: __.. a b 5165 .NOamWEST. ro.u .... \ upon ;which Information the August 4. D. 190.
t Pp kmm ands SE.UILDlSG"' II ? FLA. tried f ,
2o. '-DUy man DnwIS accused shall be
Buadtneeplug d berwoe Jac .ontlnes04 .J.r nrtuePla. W _, Ry ,iII65pI i' } (L.S.: H. CLAY CRAWFORD.'
8t Louis I.""...up. G.. :k-; w.:'-- 80 Section 29 I of Article V of the Constitution -

... A,..' Ar un.Ga'lanla,GL.,:.:... ..,.-_.-- -.80H eoRy)' 5t'4r' sew ., J..esv.LKir'.LKir'' Furbishes aecurate and co plete Abstracts of the State of Florida U Secretary of State..
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Ar Annt.toD.AIa : : .-.110 Ity. or Searches 'of Tie to any follows
: Ar airminbam Ala...".;-:._ 80 Ry I ta ., hereby amended so a* to read M .,.'THE
land : DEATH PEtfALTT.
To '
i Worlds Flitcktts ATYrmphLTenn.-:..-..._FrilOO. eWpAr : : in'ounty. We own competeAbstract *
" Yan..(9t7.Mt FrI.... "9"10 I 'Books of aU the land Re- : -

,'. ., Loom o ton Sala v HA RrmoL.r!'orInl.:.."Dn'4 4. ., _. 1 1kto TAr .. ..... s. L P. .' cords of Dade. ,County ; : ':. : : : -:' Section' 29. There shall be no county A Utt thing. sometimes results IB
" Sec.and .rea.. t i iJ court In any county where a court of
.} _.... 13. "The Florida Limited.' f' record Is established. death rhns, a.mere scratch taslg-

!:7. niflcant nts or puny boils,,ban paid
.
1a Section 30 of Article V of the Constitution -
i Ae 1VLL7-ATJACY60NYILLY; A GEO. H. MEYERSContracting the deat i penalty. It Is wise to bare
a of Florida hereby
I From NewYore.Wuhln ton. M.-No. Wah1n Florld&Umilod"Itia.m.From 1OrldiUmlkd"9 .5. > J of the state if\

,>. From Ch IclaaatbCn, Blrmi.gham pogGale.-No.1. C.-"F des Umltrd "9:45: a.m.yroisG10o1noailA.b0VW..s amended as:to read a* follows: Buckle Arnica Salve ever handy.
';. i Yaa.ai ty. Hemphl. r'No.4Y"ka.bingtoo.odelurldUmttr4.f39am, It's the best salve'on earth and wUIpreYent
cobs
.. ,Secion 30. The clerk of the of
when Barns.' Sores.
: Electrician
fatality
cr., Eound Tape er Tourist Tickets now on sale record shall be,elected by the elector,
Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25e
otthe county in which the court 1* established _
.
J. C. LUS D trict P ger. Agent, 109 W. &y Bt., Jaeksoaville, S'IR'C j ; Launch Supplies at all druggists.TWOJ .
and shall hold office for four
: I
H. AiII( EET.G. W.H. TATLORR Q.p. A. -"' i Batteries. Spark-Coils. Etc. ... yean, and hi'compensation shall be

8. H: HA&DWIClt. P.I'1'f I 'BEOOSB YoEaAit, A C P il.M I ::11113 fixed by law. The sheriff of the county ,IS BETTER THAI 051-,
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+ Avnue C-Miami., Florida. Write for prices '

lSEABOARD' -.. hail be the.executive officer of said Here'*pointer for the Hrraorou ,rp ft
; court; hi* duties and fee than be fixed reader t You want (o save money 1'-
; by law.Section. :f and we know bow to.:help you W-* n?
t :DOANE & AULERSON can flx U so you pay a little more ths
31 of:Article T ot the Constitution -
the prie; of one paper and gH the awe .'
I of the State of Florida Is hereby you want. The price of the Daily a,'
Asir Line Railway I. -DEALERS IN ::1:1Cbo amended so as' to read u follows: Tlm_ nlon and Citizen ha recent' ...
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"t'I 1 *ee. reduced ,to the following price
Section SL ,A11 rules of practice governing Thrwj montht.... ..:.......;.. 11 M: ;!<

'meats Live Best Meat.. Ch ceac Poultry. the circuit court shall be applicable six month.......,.. .;........;. say ,
I, FOR: ,lie Polite' tontion : to the courts of record.. Change On- year,:\ ...............;...... 00 4Wt .

and dressed poultry FAIR T.II. ,A T M E" T. propose M tend you both fibs 4
of may be had from court
cn f Savanna Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines! venue' one Dally and Sunday.Time.Union an* G
i
of record to another court of record 01
Citizen End the MITBOPOLU for
Raleigh';RlciimondWashington, Baltimore, to the circuit court'of another. oountJ Six month....1 l YC
i
S.cca.or.t. C. RAULERSON F One ... 1 Jt-fe
w. ." etPhla. New ork. ",' h cQ wll...!JIlln.1I ,,01 tll. meat ...... for the same I causes,'aad! under thi, We year will' tend you the SemirWeeklj *!
l' p'lI' Com r,13tb, St: and 'Ave. D ._II.., ',896 laws provdlng for changing the venue 1 rimM-Inion and Citizen and th.-
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from he circuit court of one"county to I IhTurpua. '
E egant Trains Daily. ; J ,
j I Twos the circuit court of another county.The 1 8ix month for.;...... $ 1 00*
On ...... ..... S 00
Sea oar E pre s f;Seaboard Mail . . . . . .. Governor may. In his d1amUonorcIerthe ', .Thus year!for 26 cent: more than the

-11 1 ;, ;. circuit Judge having Jurisdiction olthe price of!k he daily;rOil ret two papersand
Corner Avenue B ani 11 h Street.
I.Diodes Pullman Equipment. circuit court ot ''any county, to for Iftj cents more than the ref

t { ,. R" bold i special term of a court of record I alar pri e of ti* MrtBoroua yon gel

"I ,L ONLY I =Tr : G.. A. MULLER, roprietor. '"1 of such county; for the purpose of tryIng -: Citizen the 8e rtl-Weeklj and the .Farm T'mea-Union and Fruit aa.'

such case In which the Judge o.. Grower

epm' JaetsoorHs[ ei'l I. the court of record shall'be dlsquall- Send : our aob f ription* to n*. l.lah.
1 u }h O I&& Sl (from to o few. ;
I operatla. !Oed.' Parties any cause at law 1'0' a I in advance, always at these prices.
j Tar Mrraorou,
; f. ) I 1 A CARLS1fotlM aourt 'of. record shall have the same Vltml Tit.
1 trial by judges ad litem or b)
to
;;, 4 Fot full mf0 rn a.ld sleeper r "ervttontc: n on any gent o ,the right
ic..j Seaboard or write II referees u'mar. exist under the,Constitution
i 11 ; I I'. j ,, sir 'the( laws In'reference to I White Eagle Baiter Sho .. '
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JacboutDe: Fiar'BO : Y (Open) aDdteyearal2.50pe day and up, i cases In drenl' (',,-courts, or,may It th I
; A. O. LLill' GeL' Pm. AL _. ThePALMBOm Special per week to Con enal'( be disqualified Four Chairs. No Waitings
ofrd
court
of the '
1I$3HH men. Large SAMPLE: I oo\lS.: judge '
: Service i in the
City
Btst,
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\ Pest ffb BOIl 668. DarnlDo fbrh. 1 transfer.the cause to the circuit ,
LSTON.Jr.Pass.Agt. court'of the county In which such A. COLBY Proprietor
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; N '. . . . .' '. '. court of record. may be. I i 302 Yw.lttll stra.eCh1JBBIRG .
u \
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Section 32 of Article V of the consUtutioc


: ; I -"lr'JJ F.IN.: : HAHN, "j1'TI' 'You Intend To; Bu Id and amended of sal the u'State to read'of lorida as follows Is hereby: '. (J RAMS.r rYqu r-


__ Section 32. Courts of record aha be
Architect and BuilderI J Jt "
: i ,IIi abolished by the legislature only upona ...-
\ SAVE MONEY?' of the registered -
petition of uiajorlty
of the best
now hav< : in my employ one
,I' draftsman! in the South and am better : ijl\ voter of tne county, where such

prepared than ever for furnishing plans ;, t f court'Is established.. an save money .

and detail lot good buildings, fine cabi- in whic. all brand: a of the Build .ARTICLE XXVH, bi I subscribing for
t net wbrk, :tc., 1 am now headquarterswork des '; .he papers you want
I for turned scroll sawing and all II., rMTHE ',tng'T arel resented. The That the, following amendments to I ,' .. It .

I # work) ala Lily done in a' FIRST CLASS '-: '. members. of this association cheer.speci6ea- Section 20, Article III, and Section 24. I .,
I I
Co
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: planing miU. fully will tarnish I >_lafls, Article III and the repeal of Section 8

Ti. I j : : \ :" ,tins. ; and. estima es., Address of Article VIII':of the Constitution ot THROUGH. \ TilE
me order for doors and Win' \ .
Sen yourframss the State of Florida be, and are hereby '

I doi ballusters_ brackets, 'etc. A"s'ociaiion' Contractors Association, agreed to and shall be submitted to M etr9palisi .

', ; MIAMI,,riJoRiDA. the electors of the State at the general ;
.1 -
MIAMI -
and be cows cod FLA ; i:1: \, ,J I .
r election to .be held In November A. ,

D. 1904. to-witi,

; -- Section.20, Article in, ot the Constitution '. caD,give you .
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.Ar.rw.r..w..r. of th. State'ot Florida l* hereby the, Daily Times

1 amended. ad as to read M follows: 1Jgiou and DailyMETROPOLIS .
You Going to Build? -
Aver Section 20. The legislature shall not '-or

:- II; TB'E'QNL I' I' pass special or-local laws in -any of the $10.00,'year;orbotli

11 .. following enumerated cases; that II to for 6 months
IF OOft'IF i'OU'NEED. UIL1'>.: MArE '"''' "A' .- ,.
@ say regulating the jurisdiction'a for five dollars. '
: -.ca.-I. :: ,:
ANY fail ,
OF KlSD..you.5hould to see I'' '
IA not duties of any class of officers, or forth

bll's1inl.en."t'f 'pUnIshment of crime or' misdemeanor
: : 'a tang ES"t : ::
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-- ; except for the enforcement of
I A. MCDONALD & COsDaalers
; MVAMI ;_ special-local laws regulating the practice '
% 'j "_lN of courts of-Justice; providing for The 1

IiLI ...timber..Laths, Shlnzles. 3101&lellapCultalEs, Brick, \ changing venue of civil and criminal Daily -

MCem: it.'PlMter.tUlr.Etc.; : :Yards and office' ,A re. D and lath St.Ailantic Ll A4lue. C, North. of, First. .National\ B..ank.. 'cases; granting divorces; changing the

... limes of persons, ; 'yaC'aUng.roads:' Y

i i I :\! ,EJECTION.NOTICE. aid received' the. moluments of such summoning .empanelling grand and Metropol s

until the ezplratlc a of their present petit juries aid providing for their '
:
:ItContlaued-from page three.)
it Coast Line.r 1 term of office.' V' compensation n; for assessment and col- auiI ,

and I Who shiallbe I appointed by the Ourernor Section 25'of Art cle Vxof the Constitution lection of 'taxeS for state'and county )

d confirmed hy the senate ana f'( of the State of Florida Is hereby and municipal purposes. for, openingand ,' '

Quicker! most excellent service. North., East and West via who shall hold his o'Clee for four ?m:' amended so a* t > read as\ follows: conducting' elections for state and I Semi Week ; !

ATLANTIC COAST _LINE, 'The Famous New York and Florida 'Special.. The annual! :!ealbry: of,the judge of said, Section 25., The < urt of record shall county and muhlclpal"ol'lCrs!' and for j _

solid PuUmi- a, train of Ct mpartment Sleeping Dining and Observation pars : ll be paid 4iuartenr 1>7 the f.have exclusive Juri diction of ill criminal designating;the places jot-voting; for
COUth e inch court it established whlch'shan sale of real,,estate belonging to nl. I Times UnIon'
electric lighted: througbon ;leaves: .St. Augustine dally except,Sunday at 11 cases not caplt 1. "arise the -
dtt 11 as follows; In counties of In said all cases a aw, ors,, estates of descendents, and of I ,
L.arrivi New York P. M. following day. '
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Florida: id West: ion United, carrying Drawlng-Rolm Sleepers" \ andDining' 'I lees than. fifteen thousand population In:w ,,or .value of the persons .laboring under legal disabilities I \

one .h d dollar; In counties ffrom' eounti."aDdJ.f one thousand. ; regulating the fees of offleen,of 5.50 '
CarsLi i leave j Jacksonville ,at .:00 A. MT dally strive New York 2:00 j I' a. year 'J
} thousand to ttany thous- dollar, -with the'.elrJ the State or county or municipalities'; .
p. M. following day. I sixteen hnadred dol- giving fa invalid! .
and{ on; cult exclusive Jurisdiction effect Informal or
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ind Florida L mlted, solid Pullman train ot SleePer., Dining and ,
Chicago 1anI;:jln couliUe:of from tnirqr.thousand -: of proceed! igs relatlye'to forentrT deeds, or wills; legitimatizing chil- i Weekly MeiropoDs ,
ObMnatIoal.n 3 acksonvffle dally at 1:10 A. JL, arrive Chicago:4:00 II '
to _f4 r-nve thousand population dole! and m lawful detainer of dren},, providing for the adoption of I l
P.M-foDow. of day.- Thli train carries St. Louis. Sleeper.. arriving' St. Loafs I two\ thousand dollar; In _counties of lands and tenemen n. "" -' children; relieving minors from legal -., .1\ 1.,

1:35 P. M. hr through I ,more j than. orty-flve thousand,pop 1r Section 26 of Article I V'of the Cons ti disabilities and for the.establishment j and semiWeeklyTimesUnion :
knee Jacksonvm* l: DIxIe lljrer Uon, wentj{lour hundred dollar: and tutlon of the.State $+if Florida Is hereby of ferries.' ,, 1 ,
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arrl\1ni" U P. JL BL Lola \
dalesco'tad'at. Louis. Chicago : -
alH1'ft8 to all criminal,eonrto of record now estA-i iUahtlt amended so as to follow: Section 2C The legislature, snail establish c both one year at 1
IM A. 1C ftnowtm toorsW. 1 In this-stat shall upon the ; Section :s., Ther > shall: be six.terms "uniform system of :county i f

The Quickest Has by fonr sad ohalt hours to Chleac. seven hours to adopt ;
cows I. of .the: court of jeord In .each year. government. It shall divide municipalities \
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:St. Louis; ud one' BOUT. tb Louisvflls. and 1 be ri of record a* hereIn provided -, Section 27 of ArtIcle V: ef the Constitution Into class'ot not more than four I Two D:>lIaS. f

i and offleen of such criminal : of the State of Florida Ii hereby ;
on the basis of population; It shall provide e
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1 Ta 'e e er'vat: c. court* of record shall.b. o amended_so as to read a* follows: for the relneorporation ot each ;;

Pr c, t m: tly.' such..''courts 1 ,and' dlscharj*,the 'el'OUu I I I| Section 27. There; shall be for each ..now- OTlrtfT municipality. and for the .:_ii--: : 'l"


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WITH A A. khim; water Where IIIJlS-V ANLANIJINGJUI(. The bee'wishes'ot 3' ?
FIERCE: FIQHT lw.o.d.e.oo o> shining. < I & i. .,. r Uti' -
1- was Ttnny Star go thin 'OUDC coaple for.a
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.a-.ct SteamW:'Louisiana. H ire Exciting -* BOSS --C'I: Th chud'tried: ; 1 to scream, but' she In. Compliance' With'b.n to n eHolloway Mfaml and '!Tltnivlllft. 'young Ccnpl long life happlaea and pro mtT.' rA

Bapatienee I In Havi O'L o .1' felt BJ if in| a nightmare-and could argei. Waddri IbnndayT -

r-- I A'rough brown dog sat'' at the i tot, mi ke the a|, was und.I something down In compliance 4!+'a call, the special f num r'of American 'Decroea realding"at u
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The:Tampa Tribune, under special 'breakwater committee appol ted to Investigate The Florida Star rituivllfo, gives Pretoria South Africa have
very edge of the tumble down n th rocks on the far side of \
TJavana dispatch regarding ax escape. lie'was looking steadily sea-! the It be! It was there that Bw the.charge against,Hon. W. M. Hol the following account of the marriageThursday lodged mplalnt with the United'
fight and capture of an Imnw AM boa ? I 1 loway, Democratic mlnee for the of- Sates co r that they are not accordad : -, '
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snake: U71A ';: ward. ,'He was evidently old, and i gi ing. nd there was the m osier at that place of Mr. }Krnest
constrictor :\ in.1:Ii is boi t, putting his rake dow flee of State Superln endent of Schools, W. the p vllegea of American citizens
he scarred but Vanlandlngham. of this city to Miss '
feet Ion which was by many fights, i '
boa coMtrfcfor,1/ s. preferred by Hon.' W. N. Sheath the 1ia that publ1e. .
he lad been when the
just a doing
'WU.roud In !h'ff hold.of the steamer his sunken mouth, from which he child ad( to sleep. For an instant present Incumbent,. should have convened S. Aleph Mlm; of TituivUle,,"which -,
arrived h fron. had lost teeth showed that he gpne occurred at the home of the bride' I .
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Louisiana, rec ntly" many she thought she was dream- in this city ,10 o'clock Wednesday BUY .
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New Orleans {'ought a half-do en mean would not fight again victoriously.) i ing. But Boss was gone, and-yes .morning, 8 the GainesvilleSun. mother at 10:30 a. m.; ;;,, : '
to a finish on pe pier whe he was Sometimes he. turned from his ) f. A very pretty house wedding'occurred:
-*-rite -e wa| something among the ;' '
dragged from i ifs hiding-place gaze at tea and glanced behind himat rtclwj: |lit was. granny's hat sticking But the did not meet. at the home of llr*. M. c. Mimt. Tttn Sceo1 Books FROM

The reptile 'lid been!'In th< hold of a child who was sitting inj) a up; HI d she]did not move. There 'la a reason f r this, when It 1* vllle. on Thursday. Sept 15th, which ,

the 'steamship', about four we ik*. He wheelbarrow a few feet away. Every Jit t o ly tried again to scream, and learned,that of the committee of nine united the earthly. deiUnle of two
escaped from h cage tri the h Id whca time he glanced thus he slightly ai' if her heart'would break appointed Chairman Fletcher of the well known and popular young peopleMr. J us 'l9mith
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taken Ui New Orleans i' .: W. Ernest Vanlandlngham. of
circus wu '
a 'in
State Democratic Iterative
thi Her voice Committee -
in wagged his stump of a tail, and the trying. was only. a Miami, !'Mis
lut'mOlltb. ke was fit < ondltlon 0 and & Aleph Mime. of '
# rears! to this special
soft ) l of a whisper. serve on committee .
child smiled she said in ,
.Titusville.
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for a lively babe wb n he iras discovered 1 Bu then! Boss has'reached hu the only member resent was Hon. OUR ook SellerT
ta the I course (ofd charging voice: 1 I riend. H) tried to poll her'out.. Shelton Phillips, of Wllllston, superintendent At 11:30, a. m. the bride and groommarched I '
cargo. |i'| r ""Good Boss! j le could, not. Between his attempts of schools for Levy county: Into the parlor to the iweet *

W. J. McDonald tells fa era lie story ,And then Boss, wagged. harder, i ic b he> howled. Nay, her The eight remalnini : members did not I train of Mendlesohn' Wedding
of the encounter.It but he could: not give much attfnlion Was his heartbreaking put"In an appearanc >. March played by Miss Gertrude Mima, New Dealer ILL
was more jrnn ths> a boi of mon to his; companion, for his whole' a rkji At the hour appolnted'It'w.. ascertained of Bonaventure, where they. were met 'J

keys I wu r coming} 0 'er from heart was with that bent old woman [fAt? e mosser out there held that It was I>Impossible to hold a by Rev. H. B, Gibbon, who; poke* .
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my office aboard a tug whwaist in the water j his'' fops j just a above the water' and meeting In the moaning, hence It wa. the solemn and Impressive1 words' F D RUTTER.Geaer .

men tumbling'! j>ver' each oth ir trying 'by the outermost ledge.' It was gaie< low; rd ,the shore listening. decided to postpones)/ the,prospects of asession which made them ,husband and wife.
of j tore of the I> l clan'sforward I During the ceremony Mill Him rendered f.Coatractor. : sGrading.
to get out there thai the Irish moss grew, andat The n ind has off the sea, and sounds until afte wltb the Idea .
hatchet at oner I I tl ought of low tide the woman could gather froni ,the Odd did not come clearly. that probably the miDI might! bring Morrison' Meditation softly .

strike trouble 1/01| gunpowder yuamite.Infernal it. She thrust her arm down to the < .The .mail!) saw little. Molly Towne other member=but. the trains came and at the close The'Angels' Greeting Wf'U.Blasting Drilled.Sidewalk
machines, butt It wa< &'t, He- shoulder each' time. for her handful onjt' the breakwater. 'Had she cried o empty a* far
hind the crorll.of: frighten rf.steve of moss. She was wet, sodden,wet, britj j;: And!was' that the Towne dog concerned, and the esult was no meeting -\ the occasion! The, bride looked p. O. x 453. MIAmI. Fla.
dores [ (Anton o Peres, small cafrjing o soon the rocks at all. sweet/and pretty 'in. a .castor brown
save for a place across her '
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dragging reetj of Ikever liveliest 0 back.'' a4, down by the still.f figure Hon.. W. N. Sheajts was In .the city, traveling suit 'and carried a shower Wanted To Buy

boa constrictor you aid ymr She had a man's straw hat fastened t 118S\ I l' ing': in the shallow pool. presumably having come to be present bouquet. of bride.rose and f.rnl.1; : .

eye oa. 1'q1 1// by a small rope tightly under her I, t uggling with-it,;making I upon the occasion.. The rooms were beautifully and artistically AT; 'JONCE modera flea' .owner..... or .*..ttborodrhl a It
*, MuutBijtyad!/ } escaped fr m a circus : chin. -Her face looked 100 years lf .Jio 1 pull, it from' the !! Prof.- Holloway. n 'speaking.. of the decorated'wUhferns, palm,I and 14. h .tree; ....d Aft.bctmni.. D Md loth the
(Louisiana tel over' walka wild smilax and :After the Bay. plut has four .
which the f car matter, state th* .the meeting was : rose congratulation Icepinr room.on
old
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to New Orleans wore: iqiir week*. ago. seamed and leathery;; and it ,wu: a t Utlinei on the breakwater ,called : :: tylng' either himself -; the friends' repaired to the i : SVno.1 *sad floor plus to
An the put month Mr.. :utlhad been face you loved to look at., against; \ th dazzle of 'the blue:sky or his attorney;, Coil Syd L. Carter I dining room; where they partook of an It ti :ifi LHICKSOH .

living off thl|;: at. of the 1 laid( -corn- Every few moments she raised her I the t man .i w'Molly rise;up' in I her and 'Joe. M. T vers. Mr. Rivers 1 elaborate wedding breakfast 'The hap- <;.
fed rat, tomatoe fromj (:uln Jrf.lqnl head and her dripping hand brow' as if she would walk and was out of the city ,having been summoned I py'couple took the 1:13 train amid the lOJb Gurutm BtlUta*.. t:"
put j. I .
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Mississippi I, and Haeapble. from ; fall ck I well wishes of relative, friend 'and :! HionapolU, MtuMyte : 9
from up over.her eyes as she, [ fltll; again. to Leesburg nn Tuesday on pro- Wooid coinUer mttM iMMfcimr.lf7"'do :
'. Uarianao. Talk about! ft' f sst proposition ward the land., She tumedltG-1 I t4, Jood ( od I"! he cried. ,lie.drop fessional,business.' Pro 01l0wa1 ha [the military,companies from the public ..t wish WMlP- .,

Thit cut ra wa*,a regular twister dazzled by"the glare of 'tad the ro >e into, the water, caught no hesitancy In daring that he considers I school, of which the bride,wa* I / / /
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a working ''whirlwind Bat the. Cuban When'sI looked up thus, the little up Jiis'oar and rowed to the ledge. this ,not only unfair;:but ,grossly tain ,last year, going' to Baltlmore&,rap-I IW[ :R
r held on him lrou *M he had girl 'in the wheelbarrow always I, I lljltie tii e'he rotted' he saw Mrs. unjust and discount >ous to himself and where the groom enters the senior year I nt'ed .& ,

grabbed him jj Ibf the n.ck to keep aim waved her-hat! Then a dim beautiful 'thne.tJ otionless'' form lyifbeleand attorney, u he feels' that due notice in the Baltimore Medical College. I I SODS P"-.ppIe at .".

from biting him' and he' did 't dare letgo. smile would come in the faded *os ; trying to help her.- should. have been gl ren him of the time I"[ The guest from: abroa/: were:: 'Mr. $2. car I 000 ODU. ?,}
It' wu. a [warm tan l. and they <'As he stepped out of his boat and of the meeting tl at he might have and Mr:*. R. E. Mima-.0 Fort Pierce; t WAITS. 0 :
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had the wholes 1 wharf ;for 1 with nor .yes.I""If 1est'adoin''of her lots" of igan .slipping and jumping over had an'opportunltjmeeting. to prepare for the .'Mr*. P. L. Kyzer. of' Mime'Mr. Walter H. A CHESLEY. I,;

-iody to Interfere.: .' ood'she would say. aloud.. "I'm l.elrocks; the woman: moved I andai 'J' Vanlandingham4of' } "Miami, brother of Allapattah. .'
"Just,3hendilonZ: came !el&' of awful glad I,.heeled her down. .I 1 her head. :He saw her reach the groom and Miss Gertrude Mlm*.

the nilnols Ciiutral. |They lay ho I* wish'now I'd brought her down. her; h, nd to the dog. He saw WHO:KILLEDdo COCK ROBIN? of Bonaventure.p Those present 'from U IVERSITIOf
used to snaked. Daniels giabbed the oftener this summer" ej dog throw himself down and Tltusville were Rev. and Mr*. H., B.. .

'"boa constrictvl i by the till a id held onto Twice u'she looked shoreward. lick her face eagerly. A, town th'at,never ha anything to Gibbon*. Mia 'Charlotte .Palmer.: Mia
him like a good fellow. 'p to this she called out shrilly: -I'iTha t ,:Jim Stowell she 'in a public wa4'; lion the road t4.tJJ.cem Bessie Orient and Pro(.' ,,:D. Teeter. Florida

time t think be *nak* was only playing -, "Boss, you 'take care of ;her; "bed. "rf.ou I've broke,my leg. terr. Any*' citizen who will The bride la oDe of Titusvllle'.most<< '

with'the : aban. but wt ea ,he raw Won't you, Boss r !elpped.! mOIled twenty year, do nothing. for his town I* helping to popular young t&4lea'and for the put J :;

that the Lftfagent tad him by the Then Boss pricked ,up hi*':ears 'a JI slipped to speakof,ber1 dig.the! era!.. A man that will CUM ,I two year has been a most uttatacfoqteacher rust'CIassProvision. :y;
other, oVhe!,got dowa 'to't mines*.. and shook his tail,'and the girl ; !."neJe his town furnishes the. coffin." :The l la the public school here.! Thegroom "-i

"Noiootbalt rn'ffrf e ier put np laughed and said she_"guessed she,'n' Sh e.tremblingly, but with one .who 1* *o selfish a* 'to have no la a young man of sterling worth I FOR .;
half the gash that lana* did. lie Boss could git along fint rate. i e.. 1 s'pose'I fainted'or some- Urn* from his business to Siva: the city I I He has lived In.TUnsville from boyhood .. :

wiped up the kharf foil.a m nnte. Then "We're used .to it,, ain't wej; affair I*. maktni: 'the shroud.. The until three yean. ago, when h* 80 Y". aewy EeJ-IaU7" Eq.I........ ,;i:1 i:{
he tried to mak ends i me. and bump Boss?" j I ffil git?you right into the boat," merchant who will not. advertise, Ira I!entered the Medical College la BaltImore
'- btu two captor togekher.= Bat they Wbemahe said this, the 'dog'gobs d Jim |5towell briskly, V take driving'the hearse. The man who j* I from' which institution h* will MIN "..,...Faca\t7,ScfcoUrty of_apeclau.ta. Z"!
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aide-stepped 'sand dodged, 4ach' other. up, 'came"to her side, gavener i yon home in no time." always pulling bark" fron any: publlaenterprise graduate nest spring.. 'When he was
By this time half a down of the *teamr swift 'lick'acl'Oll the cheek, .thei I
> '., officen.[and; 'men ci>e up and hurried:back and sat down'on'thedge !DaD.'Iln., '. grave' The man who I* *o,stingy- .. offlce where he leaned the printer ,
,. 'Joined la thejjfray., of;the:planks again. I Town looked to the shore, elfish sate be ways howling. .1 I I trade and. rendered. valuable, errte- forOEat'O turns De Mdatst,. late Qtyr.nrie

I want,ijtf, ret him al ve and get Once'the woman'out in the water, tiled c did,'.waved her hand:and timer preaches, the'runera and .
the reward Offered tl 'fitt r .'Orl.. M,' lipped and fell splashing, and Boss1 t cheerily' ,' "All right I I"- ;, the doxology and thus:the town. lie* I c dur

.JlNted'' Daniel, Cateh lld farther jumped! up. whining in a piteous I, I Ana: Molly shook her' handkerchief burled free from au sorrow and care- '
-r.' suggested! one of tnj attacking quaver,'and would not be comforted feebly, :though she tried tot Seymour (Tex.) Banner. .,;I :]Bread 0 n ",

cj&rty. Danli was Just about winded even when.. the child said soothingly 'hake it 'vigorously. a ,.. Ii I! ... .
chinge, caught the boa' a "I do.h9pe she didn't see me fall," '"The application" for patent'during 1
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"SltUe,belo t o.waist lip*. / But It did- "Never mind, old fellow! aid the woman.It the last fiscal yea 1,brie a:: previous I 1 t vt "
11'\ work: wfII'! The boa took a hs'f- But 'when.the woman Boundeiedto was qot easy to get her into theLot records. During le year there 60,3:1aPplle&otlonl' i .

Wtch around,It:>aalela'{jteft leg with his her feet 'again' and, cried; "All andshe, )winced and grew pale} for mechanical Patents J Add Years 11
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freed tall, folted) .hi* heal Between.the right!*:the dog sat down.: :1 ,j lIut the helped all she could and" and 2,554 appllcat on* for trademarks '
Cuban's legs"arched his< balk for a moment The child' sniffed the bracingodor aide no ound. ', w There were 31.97; patent 'and 2.213 : 'IQur
and wlti'a mighty Son turned and stretched ,out her hands,:'( ,j\Vhen |he, ias.. in at last, Jimdok trademarks gran ed. The total re- 'i.f ,

a flip flop he got- the worst of It smiling happily. -. | ( up his oars to go round! to the celptg of the office were $1,663,880; andexpenditures 0 ,THJS Bakery .is:the only 1 one, Miami. thatmakes l
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,Debit fool Ht They all"fell In aheapDaniel To be sure,'she could walk, but sandy; lai ding. There stood Boss $1,46 ,U.. :: :
top again I He grabb- granny,wheeled her to the breakwater shivering on a rock. All at once hethan'ever. I i! J ead, and cakes by Mac linery, and thereby .

;' **for the eo ply's tall and got It while where fche could see thej moss"; appeared rIder It seem- NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING. j I iIndcr'Ihuch I healt ndit
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'the Cuban ill swung on to the other gathered. 'ed as if could hardly stand. A specla .meet! g of the stockhold- :" *I.I opde
end. I l' It was a low";courSe of tides" and: .11 t|'Take: him; too," said his. mistress. en of the Miami Mortgage and Guar-;I ,

: 'Choke': !Ur. PereV ied Danicte. now'the water had gone far:out'BO 1. ante Company ereby called to meet'i 'tHome MisS I Bread. -,..
'Cut off hisfftnd,' and the cuban that obe could get to one-:of the I I *"Nol. him walk." at' the offlce ot tie company at.7:30 ,I '

L squeezed wltj all his]ml t t. while ton ledges where the moss grew i|l''II'/|j{ I\wa: you to take him, I!tell p.'m., October 3,f< r the purpose of voting I" f '
boa worked his tall pro- Granny had no boat, as most of you,", 'almost fiercely... "He' too to amend the diarter changing the 1! and,you will, i k it as 'd licious as cake.

: test. ,j jIn : the'ID08Hn', had-there, were some! .old 'n' st ff to walk on the rocks." name and' place of business of the i
the meantime j II nJOro"s,....... boats now: farther along, and littl !I "Ohl") with a laugh. "You company and Increasing its capitalization

: mate with a1] blr; .eotf u Three Molly could see the men put thei|.l;< ghter'n' him goin' it ,afterr'ouP .from $25,000 o $50,000." JOHNS]EYBOLD.Florida. .
handled down'and draw '. H. B. ,; \ ;
J1- held t $$1bag ofcen. Pure choV- long ropes .. Shaw. '
them full. knew that those'i' The man began to row. Tearsme 4t I
Ing the monster with all 11 might and up She Secretary and Cashier. "
r Mrs. Towne' Her i 1 I ''I Miami : : I: : I .
finally with Much" twisting and *julnnte men made more money than her intj!>>> eyes., 1 ,1 .
sack and grandmother, but then she didn't 1 voice wa, choked, "1'
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Inc. lie,waroroed I ito know much about money. f'j\t. ego"t'!' to take him,"., she PUB C- SALE. __ I
L .carried on board. ;( i. ". In order to reduce iny stock of nursery -
much needn't take me.1you
hlm'r asked "1 they don't know i "YOU'J, you I'
:: *. "Wfiere shall I'- guess
| trees. I will iffer at public| sale at
I, feel like that"Jim
he be about dog, she, told Molly, "VI o
"Daniels.. that '
Boone
,, guess. '* lung's.we got anything to if ted the ,dog into the boat, andOSI my nursery threi and one-half mile
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yet on the.f.aalr. i southwest of Mia nl I Tuesday, October and
: crouched down friend on d
parpenUYprepare eat Boss* :11 have some of it. Eh,, byhis, i Saturday Monday
br baring IlatA'ln old feller?" who put I her hand on him. He lean- : 11,' the foil wing nursery stock',
; a x.wlth'h ry I twe.n'lYe .nit eight thousand
':'sank bI more: and more heavily onher.
; fed for New Jrleant."' .. Molly back ,on her! pillow. .
;;: -which be f 1 in the barrow. She amused|herself His eyes were fixed on her face. -': I grapefruit and or mge buds, ot the.very
$ She h d her hand best varieties for his climate, oneand :1 .:; I, .
), by almost, closing her eyes so'that +{ flung up again i :
r HEN ITS BANN1K EGG.. the sea 'seemed to come up! nearer ito the el ild. i two-year-old bu s, on four-year-old '
1;;,',;< : I and crimple in sparks of fire!; Then 1'I j I.yin there on the wet moss at o I rough lemon BUx k. first class In every :
; I '--;!- she would open her lids wide, and ,the bottom of the boat she could particular.. :AlsO,_ few hundred choice Bargain' Days
i ci! (From t4 f.Chicago I r Ocean.) the great stretch: of' water would. look wit i'e ut moving into the dog's I Avocado pear.tree one year old. Sale ,

it Capt. Petjt',rsen. of' the fruit Bteamerlo. flash blindingly on her vision. She face. JI(e pressed yet closer. : I commence at 1C o'clock Terms one- .
mm Port Anti Jamaica half cash, on day, of sale, one-half '
Beacon movement AT'-
plajed :at this, for a long time, and IJi'. With i:curiously quick '
,,1 i ,ha arrived]; it Phlladelpl Ia with a car- always in front of her was 'the dog. she man iged to draw him even near- when trees are removed. Purchaser 7 'I. '
';j go of banana* of unwed size. ,But the She Lud grown in the conviction Sh< bent her head to his head.. having 60 d.YI't< remove his purchase..
;,:' taaaoa have llttl, to .do with,'the up I Jer."He too hard' ," said Trees will be sod In blocks of 100 to CO !E1V'& '
.. that all was well if he.was near..r[ ays .on ye ,
!j' _. story for which the capt 4n vouches.- Soon everything grew deliciouslydim (Jim. <",[je' me pull him away" 500, a*.the'casq\ may be. inspection '
Jut before casting o('. lines at Port, : '' solicited before t ay of sale. ] 1
and then clear, and the salt, "Do nt touch him! she cried in \ '
, \\t Aatonlo, C pt Pettenen wa presented voice. C. E. DAVIS -
F smell was sa, 'ieter'and she was walking a sharp '
(:;. with a veryordinary] leaking Jamaica (over the hard sand as straight',' The"next moment she said hoarse- *" 'Proprieto r Biscayn Nurse) '. A RARE OPPOIhUNliv.ct
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}.; and took:! great c*r* of her. He strongly.i ". She did not know she wan'asleep. I I. "He' dead.Mari Louise Pool''' I
t clipped,her)wing* and she wa,given she in Cha Book. .
It was real to her, that t
'.:. the freedo of thejhnf. + was walking., r f f.Suddenly I' : Housekeepers
Aa experiment wa; tried.- Thebes, -she sat upright in'hJ, jgide Light on Hid...,.. Rear' Estate1nvestmentsr- money

MM put 'Oij' a,banana diet Alters) wheelbarrow, clutching the tide oi !I i. '.Bom ilus and Remus were having '

,day's feedibaotTa. ban*>a diet this or- '. it.,, (Boss was not there." Had 1 h< a,pillow fight when the wolf, who := .< laying in a :supply, 'of Table Linen
d'nary looking Jamaica hen ,wanderedInto had : would lot be ,from the door "
barked? Or some one c.lled" kept
the loom. of'}jthe third engineer I She_looked off to the I ledge.. She, 'happen.h d in. -. I II''I l ,. That Anal,PnfIIiWe Itbns.. '" Towels PilloW .
acd soon afterward the place clacking 1 1 saw BOM leaping frantically c>vet, "Do; 't fight,",said the wolf, ad- Cases. Sheets Bed

cheerfully.: She 'had left upon 'a the weedy rocb., He went as if he : monishing., "It' naughty." Btrfriy Gslecttgas.ENIK ; Iasn .t_ '

lounge an]egg the.jal- and color of a| were young'dog.: He went like aj : Thi* i* only sham battle," said: OURGt THM Or (sitiS.MCALUSTLR'BeCK. Quilts,'and Rugs while our stock
small riM,lbaDanLi{ ; 1 j creature possessed. He seemed(not; Roma) I u Remn hit him again. I I ..
., < When' asked If the* hen continued t i to,leap but to fly from oDe rock to 0 This1 J I cheap wit.1I too much for I IIf '

.n hytng banana egg. (capt. PettenencxeoMd !,' another over the till, green pools. ,the ,wolf' who went.out and'made :120: h2itteY kShaet. 1f4sa.. fIarifI. j _. in, this* line is! fresh and complete! i.
biiuetr 'OIl the plea that he Borne owl.-Chiago Journal. ''I
I. Molly could see the :dog and : : I
,had to after aaloadlng hi*. cargo. I r. '.I, ',1 ". 1, I -4
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