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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 20, 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 )
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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: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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MIAMI FLORIDA.
Vol. 1. No. 239j uwb.wtaraa. 4 I J9 taste.*>_. L Irice, 5 t, '


T. M. ),McKae Delray; Gould SmIth an pamphlets: These I gentlemen i" .
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r: ARE FORMI G Pompano; 'I' I. Hardy, Pompano;' J. A !LARGE VOTE f ISLOUDLY ,, ',I' ,we born-- In the North, have been In YACHT CLARA .

Brown. Hypoluxo; T. J. Sligh, Jacksonville Flo Ida for years, aud'tI1er; : know both

; A. T, King Fort Lauderdale. : I lid s of the story. This Is an oppor-
fARMER TRUST F. T.. Pearce, Jacksonville. ., IS BEING POLLED : PRAISED tucouhtyto>' time for thepeople of Chemung IS I IRST HERECommodore '
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,THE COTTON SUMMARY., I : iatlon. '- 1
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.... H1 4Shedding.\; ,. I '. FOR '," .,
1i Drying and Scarcity of Help GOVERNOR j
to Sel set Candidateses By the Elmira New 'or Papers .
Primary .
cast Coast Producers and ruckJacksonvil Causing Trouble. and ! .J Over"; !; ncord, N. H: j!September 20.- ,1 .
for City.i Offii es Taking the East Coast 'ArrIved
J ;. ers Are Meeting In Washington, September 20.-The 1 Th re Is every ''prospect I of a harmoni- la I' Miami last ;i
4 \ weather bureau'e-aummay of the condition Place oday i Exhibit : OU: convention.of the,New Hampshire tight '
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e. says: Re ublican today, when It will nomina ; .
The ,complaints of cotton shedding ,. e a candidate for |governor, preside ,
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-I I are still,being received lrom'Eastern t. i .. Ual electors and adopt a State plat- ; .
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*iJ.,,' 'j and Northern portions of the Western One Hundred and Nine y4Tve Votes'Polled At ".Their County f fair-What the" Adver- fo The caucus last night provided :, -r r
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For the Purposeof Organlxtafl an SO"f section of the cotton belt but'the reports fo the nomination for governor of In I Their Trim little Craft lo Spend dw
f[' clatkm for Mutual Protection and r l In of rust are. not so great as that i ,Dp to Two: o'clotklTbe Mea J :
; St te senate. Winter .
-Many few Yachts Coatop
of last week. tor.I ,
Voted
Offices Staeta
Being Its'ssijrce: ;
Interest of BusinessThe to Slater ", Picking II general though delayed by ? Next Season
Says Commodore.if '
I POPULIST .
rain In portions 'o( Texas,: whereas ELECTORS. \
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pickers Is : L I
from Georgia scarcity, of I ,
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reported., Dry' weather is causing a ; -: let> HL, September 20.-The.Na- T
for i he nomination of That Mews. E. V. Black an and E.
rTbeptrlmary tL al committee
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Jacksonville Mel rppoliB furnUh- drying of too late cotton .In-the central fJ Popullstexecutlye The
> the following reporftthe ope lug and eastena-'portlon., and ,a :light or J:ity officers for the e aura f year datingfrom A.'Waddell-of, this.,city, 'are, doing a no aces that It will have presidential : vanguardyacht the winter pleasure

u'i farme, and true kenyesterday no top crop'Is Indicated In.the. central October 24th Ii being held todayhtt wood work....in advertising Jiaml and el ton for Watson j and Tlbbals inState fleet came n yesterday afternoon
Mid western districts* In' Texas. the and despite the (fact; : seemingly llt- the East .Coast, is evidenced by the eY fJ' in the Union with the pose when Commodo and Mrs F.' D.
ot,6 e State in that cits for 'at exception of two) Hughes arrived in port In their hand
I boll weevil continues damaging.- tIe:Interest Is being hen in the same favorable newspaper article and i
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the purpose of forming State on coma -- 'someand commodious little yacht
:> to protect their terest i in i hlpr an unusually largvote Is being polled. menu' upon the, exhibit >f. tropical I :Clara, and 'will inake' their headq ar- ,

pl ,-produclnc.:: cratlnj and al Other, THE'' JAPANESE TAKEIMPORIANFJORTS, I The voting place 1* at the"city council fruits, industry, eta, display d by then : TH AMESSAGE-- ers"here for thf next several month!

'matters_ advantageous their I tei+ chamber.:,with the following inspectors at the Chemung County (N. Y.) Fair.. 't. or until late spring. -

ests: t I in charge' : M. E. Jones R. C. Mc- Several papers' containing such complimentary fRQHEAVEN| Commodore and Mrs., Hughes are no .
4 Florida farmer are ay ho daga '' strangers! here, jnfact, they.claim Ml-
Grlff and M. W.-Fioaber and R. M. notices have been receivedby I
meeting at the Board it :Trader ml I ami as their home, and like thousands'
for the purpose of fi liming i ruaL; .".'""" -i I 'I 'Smith, clerk.. At' 2 clock this 'after-I the .Metropolis?* Yesterday we re- .H 4s of others think jit the finest piano on
'noon,195 had! been"polled, and "
finally when men con bane to reg late vote. I produced one from the Elmira Evening the face of the'earth. The commodore
certain affairs' and abed{ price* At Port Arthur-Grrnd' Assault It is'probable the.tital will reach to Star and. today we reprodu ce another F r the President|a Crank.is Apprehended and his estimabja wife have been via.

they{|object to being "a tfuit": bout three hundred aud fifty. from the 'JElmira Advertise >. ,not that tors here for, several winters past and
The farmers In session! today, IOVT- Mad- Yesterday-Stoessel I' For ail of the offices the present hold- the Information'It contains Is not fa- at Oyster Bay, are well and favorably I known.: Last

err 'acknowledge t>j4 corn.") Fhey. era and candidates!jfor'renomlnation miliar to all Mlamtans an people of Arrested. season they and?their yacht were,eonplcuous .r
[ ''sly that; they are decirpus of form; ng a Reports Fight.Chef 'have no opposition [except Messrs.F. : this section!'but to show vha* is being .. on the bay and in many pleasure -
Ajnerger to protect theljInterest* -that I t, W Hahn J.I. WlUon; and F. H.'Whar ; done advertise the city and section ,'I : afforded visitors and others her.

'everything else aeenui be comb nlng ton, who are opposed by Cap Mcln- in the.jar North and thp I favorable -i and win be gladly.welcomed 'back by

and that. they Intend "get II the tyre and J. C. Tucker. manner In which it 1* put.' 'rhe,Advertiser j ', home folks and others who are to'come.
". ooi: September Authoritative Those being voted for and the offices Ylter. Bay. September, 20-A.man,
)Iflh. In short, theyftlll organise says: Early In the spring, It will be remembered.
trust" information has 'been received here ota they are to fill are aq follows: Among the varied and attractive ex 11' 0 1* regarded a* a dangerous' Bankb Commodore and Mrs. Hughes

; At 10 o'clock thisJnornlng j'|Vtj. W.Blackmer. general attack on Port Arthur by the For Mayor John Sewell.For .. .I,hibits at the Chemung Ctunty 'Fair, : the secret service officials! was appended with the..Clara.l]Commodore and )(n.' .E

of Delray, a.lied the i oeet- Japanese fore*' beginning before daybreak City MarshaH-R. S. Flanagan. there 1* none that Is attracting; so p ,here today. He Is,J.. E. H., C, Rooms, h. the Roamer. and Mr.
few irpropriat re- Clerk and Assessor-M, R. Kellum.. R TS, about forty yours of age; and de-
lug to order in a rterday"Mid continuing r until I much "attention a* the, picture exhibitof and Mrs. Snydef In the Palmetto,,left
mark. Mr. the Itaidinr '..*. City Treasurer-CLaa. H. Carthaide. this favored section. Mr. E. V. cl red that he wanted to see the presI here.for i cruise vl. the gulf to the
:spirit in the!Do-remen'-! his id Ires. ...1 lJ41raUona'point to an'effort to For Aldermen-F| W. Hahn F. 'H. Blackman. of Miami Fla.. < if the land
'ira* well received by ai presenL capture ,certain of the northeast main Wharton. W. "H. Mclntyr and" ,T. C. department' the Florida feast-Coast Believing from hi*) m&nDera'th.t he stream to New jOrleana, Memphis St
'When the meeting WIL* called t> order forts. NRUSSIAN Tucker. { Railway, and editor of t'heiorlda EatCoast Is Insane, he wastaken before a'Jus- Louis. Chicago and then via the canal"'
|j k: Kr.Blackmer faced ja large lumber -a For Executive Committeemen-H. F. Homeseeker ha* a varied and ti w of.. the peace l-for examination. and inland water route to New Tory

ot the most prominent{farmers In Flor- PRESS IRRITATED. Atkinson E. He aar. C. H. Ranler-. ,..elIJW.IW.t..R, ict .!es 1_D a- R >eves declare* that he hu ben to havB Ins;speaking:of!UU trip toaq_Com _
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'"*.,' The presence, qf| the%a'ledlng| --, '.. ion, H. C. Budge and JV'8 More 'v' phlet and maps, etc.. which he Is giving ad"tJIernecetfe4' lA ksrimportantTnessi aodore' Hughes'says'It was,one of the me '

wera taws encourtt intent, an the Over the Text of England's Treaty An of the interest Is centered in the to the public free. He I being assisted si ge the president t that he was In- best.moet enjoyable and$nstnctlv ,
uUon wUl.donptles* earr' out With Thibet ". wSt .Idefmanlc fight,; ,tie .new candidate by Mr. E.A. Waddel, rlce-pre; siructed to 'detiYer., person.-'HUb fie has ever.talten.' Stops were mad*',, 4

',the' plan proposed.MaJ. .. j 1 butting .up. an interesting contest Ident of the First National- Bank. MI. lag, held. for further I developments.., at n'tliJ j principal cities en' route
George P.-.Heafj. a member of Petersburg. September 20.-With hough It If thought. feat the presentholden ', ami. Fla, and Mr. and Mn Fred C. C. "' including in: Louis where they did the

'the Jacksonville Board 6f Trade, to the the arrival her of the full text of the "will be --returned 1>y safe "tJ1& Miller of,Elmira, who are!largely In.. FILLIbUSTERING'EXPECTED..i Fair and :'Chicago'-, -where they re-,
absence of President"Corner, gar!* the British.treaty with.Thibet the Irritation1 orltiefi AIl the other offices are cinched terested In the Biscayne Ba* country.. New York. September'20. -Secret serce malned some'' time. The scenery ';wa*

delegate it cordial( Velcom after of the Russian press U more pronounced without opposition., \ .. ,.,' The:BlscaynJ Bay coun*ry' Is now y. ,men It Is reported, have, ben beautiful and tie Journey 'throughout
prayer had been offered, by; ReV. 'f. W. and! of a sweeping character. ", : the most prosperous portion. of the atchfng' in" the rotunda I of the custom all that could pave been 'desired forcomfort '

Shields,. of the 8U 'J'4pns Episcopal, The* press,complains that England CONDENSED JELEGRAMS. United States. Last season ,one' and b use in this city and among the ship: pleasure and recreation. ,
Church. MaJ. Healy f*, an Interesting has gone beyond her 'prem...* .eon.eemlnl : ,- o e- alf' million-"boxes ot, vegetables p ng clearing and sailing for Honduras September 10th, they left New,York
talker arfd his address, while' inert, the expedition by acquiring a .. The Sovereign Gland Lodge of Independent < 'were' shipped to the Northern .mar a d nearby ports, for .filibustering expfedltions Booth-bound. having loaded their,yacht

was a most Impresslt one., fry em- virtual protectorate over Thibet .'Odd Fellows 'is in session kets. The whole .sectlonMs the, most which is !I suspected of being 'on] the large Mallory Line, steamer
plftslzed that the producer, was not 'Where England herself-was merelyto In San. Francisco, j famed fruit section'of Florda,, as it Is fi ted out here. ]l1; -.'. Denver.- Key Vest was reached 'a few "
getting good enoughl prices. ;land ,he regulate traflc,relations between' India -,- beyond the point,,w ere k ling frosts i '\" ;... lays ago. and after unloading the Clara .r ,
; hoped 'the. organlzationj I would I correct and Thlbet, and declares that Great The Old :Time Telegraphers and Hisorlcal appear.* AH varieties of fruits that are FOR FRIAR LANDS., they Immediate y proceeded to Miami.
an) the existing ills j j ;; { Britain has Imposed on Thibet;onerous ,.AIIoelaUon1 and members': nf grown In Cuba, and Jamaica ate successfully Washington,*September %.":'The first their objective point "t Commodore ;

After the preliminaries a committee terms which prevents Thibet without he Society of the jlnitej States Mili! .grown three, bed ac orargea T yment of two m1 !ion dollars on theaccount Hughes says, th;it the outlook Is promIsing ;
B. ***''"'. 1Hkrganl was elected*l on .permanent her. consent front entering into relavtlons tarr'Corp, in Jofnt Wsslon grapefruit limes- and lemon a. 'n the of the purchase of the Friar for !,a greater number.of'yachts '

.liation. and tilts .tternoo thefarmers 'with, the outside world. I ,'Atlanta. Thursd.: vicinity(Miami there'a large wlM I ands In' the Philippines, wu anthor-:: and taeh men coming here this season -

rUe settle'diwn to 1iu mess. .. ,c -r-.' Ime grovestrom; which: liundreda of II ;ed today by, the War Department. toad ever before.. He ha bad "numerous" -
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; A large..number': grower*. from various SHEPPARD FOR GOVERNOR. III. The total admissions to the St I.Wa barrels,are shipped North yarly. There'! .., -' I Inquiries! from,yachtsmen; relative '..
<*ection* of the Stateahem route I Exposition last week-, were' 1,027,913. II no section I of the globe that, csn JERSEY REPUBLICANS., to the harbor i llmate. etc., and many :
Jam and wll; to Will Probably be.Nominated by. New. The total admissions! to date have been Compete with'the BIscaynJ Bay country o f them have ai sured him they will be- ., ;.;
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'.Veil the ;*ttfndaneeJjlhosep-esent] York Democrats. j! 1,022.450., ,|j.' ,", In growing grapefrul 'In 'quality' Trenton: N. J., September 20.-The down. All of ''the old fleet of crafts ,;
'this morning looked]Broeperon i aadwere '-. 'I -, f.- and! quantity.. Five rear ol trees have I epubllcan' State \convention' for:the will return and their owners are now -
enthmdastlc.--, TJ delegate were ,Saratoga. September 20.-The Demceratlc .-, Wm. F. Sheehan U announced that >een." known to Gold fifteen-boxes of i omlnation of presidential electors and making preparation for early staru.
.a fine looking set of nwtL : State convention wu called to Judge Parker will' positively, not' goon fruit'in' a teasonl: This |tl a' record 'candidate for-gOvernor:'met today Commodore Roome,
The objects.of the ineeting; are order here today at noon.by Chairman any'lpeeeh making tour'during the ,never made In any other section. The it noon. A thousand delegate 'are II expected don; In a few days. .He
1 remote the organisation of local &! toj Cord 'X,... who at once' presentedthe campaign but will' puke iIl'of: ', his i climate 1s absolutely perfec|, both summer resent, r. '" will Come by rail and;will alt once itart -.; ")

'emtions atthe,dicer| |thIPr.ln| ; name of Wm. B. Hornblbwer.for speech from the verando of R'Jse-, ', and winter: No scalding, burning I I .r! thou erection of pits winter home heroin ,

lto'pomote the tftMtHl ot tl> temporary chairman, and who wu mont Hall., .. I days' In'c summer and n* narrow chill- Small shipment a of grapefruit'haveeen the river on U>e bay front,'and after -
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n4 the mai et otrTegulating flatted.w.1tonblowet I --' Miami Is from It has been gotten well under :1
.pan.ter! tt.-wo, ijto unanimously lug Weather In'the, .winter. going hereby the pasteek.This i way
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the wage*, ut tl'tll1'1. l addressed the_convention ''ii hi boiiermakera', strike"at Wlbi- mil chief city of the ,.BlLt1ne Bay ,fruit J Pi I mostly from up, will return for his yacht and fam-

and the special 'promo' 1 elk W tt sir! I: at some length, discussing peg, Man., has been'settled Country.! : Nine years, ."were! her-groves, where grower, are relieving Ill, '- r iCommodore %
'tom of selling all 1itcta t. o. b.. State and national Issue and soorlighe but two families !jiving blthen: these the flower; branches of trees, come with Commodore = :

Vtjrtda; G\,_refdlRtc! f\..\'arv-w. t ercbv I Republican admlnlstratloBt., The The Military ;:r;of lAQuiry Is in consisted ,of eleven\ pe Toflythe vebnrdened with' ,, fruit As a rule,' Hughes and ot'ler enthusiastic yachts .; :.;!
Use) tanieH can.wtduct their pro j situation wa unchanged at the' op n. session at Huntsvllle, Ala., to deter- city,hit population of 5,000 peo hi I. fruit II not bret-class, and. will men are Inter ted In the formation :
tie very best'tuna\ } obtal'a"! ", I tag of the convention with the probability mine the conduct of the militia during ple. Itt street' are the nest In the' lave a tendency' to-lower the tone ofhe of a yacht club i here, the establishingof ''I
:J.mor-i the Boat pmineotlfarmenpresent :, that Bheppard w\H be nominated the recent lynching of the negro. Horace world; u smooth ai a b.odse floor It ', market At present advices the a-club house, dock etc.. and the mater :i
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-4 this' rnngnree: "f f Denby, tor goternor Maples.' J has electric Jghts. sewage. waterworks narket Is In good condition. It Hrlth will|I proba ly take Home shape n d"

,,na..Nrittef. B. E. "C. DaDt. Bartiw; A. ; telephone and freej mall delivery the growers of Florida to keep it,,soon U Comm xlore Roome arrives. It
8. Parker and J. B. lUce, Del ,.:."W. JA ', TAKE TWO" FORTS. The mill strikers'.t Fall: .River, M.. It is one of tbe bet school toy nl o. .If those: eager to [r secure giodtrices the project Is !engineered successfully
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R:Hunt/Mflan: J.,Bj'offordj allen- .. are'"preparing. to a winter tam- In the' South. The bight and ,:public;] that'prevail'; the'openingof] Miami will be i nade one of the greatest ," .d
,; dale: B D. V,idurrjch Cfte! John Shanghai. September. '20.-.The general paign. j ji. I. school, employ thlrteei teachers..J hii'm'arket' indneed'to ship fruit rachting" resorts on the Atlantic. coast. 1'1
.Gillette.Utti Rlverj: 'W. t.Pet es.LlUWalter attack on Port Arthur which was i. ;-t" .. )" Nearly all church denominations' arerepresented ; M>''green that it' will not'find a sale, '

.. flelUver;: T. V. MobH. Miami; begun yesterday and In which the Japanese It is reliably., reporUdjthat the provision each having fine church j jedifices' >rise.will at onceltake a tumble.-. iTITUS\ITILLE TOPICS :
Waldln; Miami;. W; ft' Hook*. lam!; fleet co-operated. ,was resumed supply at Port Xrthur Is about and parsonages. It Is a lt11] towever, 'growers re.careful' to ship "' _- o a

"f 'J.. Irkln. ]At Iii: T. 3.4jarMnM.C.HardtiBoynton. Peter*. this morning the J.pantiktnr two exhausted and,tha< the garrison and young, 'thrlttT ,and grow ng.' Everything -'' mly such fruit as la, 'well matured, and AdvocateTell- ofPeople Concerned .' ,.
: Cullen important forts, one on either side of citizens there anal I eating horsemeat 1* 'new, plck-span and ,clean; a ready sale will be found forthis 1 L or terested Here
|fyence. Boynton; Wi |r HawHionTin ack- Suelesezeylnge. north of Port Arthur It is said the fortress'tanst! fall unless and thoroughly tip to date. The gov- class of fruit at good prices, and ,
; A. R. Parift. Miami; W. BiLktonla. ;" rel.let.fs.ecuttd'I. }medlately.l ernment has now .tWO. poweriui\ .t dredges :he market will be !kept In good condK ;'Mr. ival"k- of MI-'
Cox.HypolnxoW.I.j4rm sea.; ; I STOESS 'S REPORT. '.-0.- at: work:dredging: an WJoot' channel Ion for the crop ;that will begin to ami.. was!; .. several days

F. Cheebro.. oeon: Hen: y BenDeLand- ;. -: By the. mysterious explosion of a through the bay to the''gulf"stream., +| move'.,to' market |l.b w No-rember,1at, :. this week. Hi came up'to attend his '
dlct Orlando:,G. .1 Healy,:+ ; Et 'Petersburg September-20.-Oen' Bomb at Clevelan4 O.. Walter" Cox and This work will, becompleted I In'less ; there are some crops In this section brother's wed .Inc- i
W. W. Blackmer, Defray; O..;!.! Bran- oral Stoessel. commanding the Russian Pasquele, Feritto.ltene killed. than two yearsjAlready there are ready,for market now, ad these crops MrsJ.. E. Ptndleton, of Lemon City, '
ilng Coater |1 )elray; military force at Port Arthur. telegraph .- three lines of steamers. Waving Miami will bring good 'prices. W. R: Wash- who pas been in a visit of several days .

,X H. Delri..111; { M A., Marshall that on the night' of September While In si Jealous f rage last Sunday. one to Nassau. No. P-, onfe! to Havana, ,burn has-.1,000 boxes of fruit.that. Is *. T. Bl ke Walker, at the home .
'Fort A. Rcossesra, 16th the garrison repelled two attack Earnest Holllns'and John: Thompson Cuba and one to Key West In all the ,j.well 'colored up now. The'grapefruit, rJ e latter'*] parent, Capt and Mrs.. .. "1.
r. Uoynton: & MAsljeWk., Dentals: A. po the redoubt protection o(,the water. n.egroes.:'dynamited{ a house at Martlnsburgl histor 'of town building In ,the South: ; rap' on this grove poatures and colors! I es departed Monday for .

'. work W.'Va, killing one man and fatally Miami JIM'broken the n cord.,.There earlier than. any crop In''Lee county.' ,Prltehf'| *,goes for a visit with "
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'"" Injuring tw women. The murderers are now more than 150 rrldentejl under He expects.to'shlp jthe\ first lOUd .ear her }

.V..H. Roper..apd>fJM. Bryan.' I Fort THE: COTTON MARKET. are In jail,' >_ construction, besides: [several brick load of grapefruit, ,pr oranges for the ,.Mr. E. L.Brady and daughter. Miss "
|Yj; derd1e; Frank g. Bond. E eLand: !20.-Fntur ,. -, and stone business bio ks., Messrs. season today or to-morrow;from :nee Daisy,_returned Monday from their "
1\.1L R. Kepperiy and W 3.-Green, Deer- New York., September.1068 October The,battleships gKenrsarge, Alabama, Blackman and Waddel are here to Station and will follow this up by.bll summer outing having visited lire -,
e ,a1s; o..N. Crude JFort Va T. GL; opened arm. September. : ; 1055: Maine and Missouri and the cruiser give reliable Information In regard"to. entire crop. Other shipper are getting Brady'* daughter Mrs Frank Woote
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,: .,v, 'A. Root Plant > ty;' It-J McRae. 104!; Noyem'ber.l047; 1055 ',March, Minneapolis .engaged In'a four hours. this most famed section.! Be sure and ready to take off their fruit, and In the of Marlon' N| O, 'Asherffl*. ud.' New :.
: Wnderlo. lea.1[.' [Jlltan. Miami' ; E. January..and February.'Jnn : : : race off ,New Tork I last Sunday, the call at their booth In the. "Domestic" next ten day,the shlplpng\ season will Yo t. Their Fan1' Mends.are glad to 3

'.". 'BtMihelser. Cutl r; | Nlehol Juk'toavg1. 105;- !Day, lOW'bld 1045: and* ,1084.10&1"bld Missouri-winning'kj..about tOO yards.. building and:secure st ,of'pictures be well' under way.- ''Fort Myers Press. sea them home again. 1
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T on Cheatham. ; I J. H. "Patterson, 8..L., Deeds j have been" executM- hire, for

pIBECTOBIcruxi Conrad. J.A, :, 'Par. Allan R.CroelaneL f thelargest I laaideal ever consummated .

I i PUKTroots.. J. a.. Rhodes. IL W. In this ration, when F. D, Lang ele OWa FRAMES.

K.rTaylor.CWel. Jiutle.B.J *. ... Clark; P.-C. Roes. c. J. :...d,! BOH" tr'.uerrILCHjC:; acres- ,of city fOR
*. irl f A_ is VJuitlr r '
M.Hi Y.brj. JUwilau JUIUa.tremmaaic.tiooeloanyotthe Drake. autoll Re111,. J. B. turpentine and timber lands to Hodges said ;

8.peme Court diem anoukl auto be ddr.ee'effldaii' Douglu JI:. .B. .. RaabW.. SoDorD. Si (j'Han. 'The cons-deratioa was be-

I.Talln-. J. K. Rumph. Edw. 60.000 and $til.J\)().' TflU properrj for

i U.: .I 8KXATOKS.0Bjttp&ei Erin. W. W; RaulereuntC. H. has cost, the original owners hundreds'of Frmmea every month for the'leadtag

Jjaad'" fa llaferre. Enloe Dr.: a. Ramp'. Geo. pro tably $20,000:! ; but.I. the contlnd.ilgro Mlart we should make them foe fOIL W. do cheeper-tad bettati

R. HiOtofT.. Poo wooU. Frluell. a. c. -. Safford, L. B.FlanaganP rth in ,value of such property buena ........., 1. the ...... Finish Ban Bearing Itsal

| i ".'S.CvJNGRESSMEr.JackKWTlllu. S. Jewell. EI a: >led them''' to close out at a'. big of the and J'01Ilboald getting theee..'to TOOT traoMsii. W'-

F 'afffetta I (em noeIlIC the Int.;Cout)- Frederlck J. S. '&Xelb. J. 0.Frans pro It. Captain Lang, with his family, lug building to do -JJ.: .. l .'

Day P.Wka.Y." .. J. 8.' 6ulzoer. 0. F.Cerlack v'uf! move to Ocala.J whero) 1.3 owns to.v'lt .
amp44 HMond, Dlitrlct-, Bparkman.AILBOAI A. P. SmIth. Julius valuable property: -.TUojnew; owner I 1st :! COAST. En & SUPPLY CO. '

) WX sSlOlIEJL8. Glrtman. Jamea. Stoneman. VF. B.Gompb. bare taken. charge, and emplcyedJul lIars ; Eau Florida

-t'I .G.v.. ; R. Sutzet A.'E.Gautier us Marsh, of Daisy; n.e I .IM :r..tend- from V Gallic i. .
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BrowneIg' "
west, Chairman.
T. N.. 'Shanahan, M. be
K. Hi.burr. UUle tUvn. ent for the present. Lang; : Son have I _"
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I. LJ Moriaa Jaiper. Graham, S. Sefen, John by their straightforward manner of and 1 .,
Clerk.HNt'laanel'll
R.Csl>tauo.Mactl anl{on.office ol heBoard a Garthslde; C. H. Se mour. R. IL dot ig business endeared. themsolves .2nd. .. .." ,. ,. ........... .. )
Tallaeweel : Gnmfing, J..C. 'f'elle. J. P. to he people of this! place, atrl will be In cit
U. S-b< MM188IOKKE. Gallatt. F. Shrw, H. B. grehtly missed. This sale makes from 'I : : BB.OS. \
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lob II ..Bclllr.Vaml.SESATOi CaaUer $. B. Tarlor. R. R. Me isrs. Hodges and O'Hara by far the the : :y .

UTS DISTEICf.;;. arUlina. A. M. Turnage J. LGutman. lar :est timber and:! turpentinojHteratorj In : KINDER LOU GA.

I _!.1 ird aD4 Did Counties.) W. H.- Tatum, B. B. In this part of the Stat T It is not h ,
:t a'1'&C11IC : Hayes: J. H: Tatum, J. H.HUI : air ady rumored that they contemplate 11 ke- := IV
Hani K.M.Dlmlc c. Palm Beun.
.1 i U E. .' WItaon bu ding a railroad from Ocala to ami, F V
'1:1)0; >K COU.no 2HPBE8EYTATIVL'B"aL Hunter J. Q. .'-0. H. I Pa atka to transport their! products. 3d. "
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..W. gtn rDUord' Hill William. '\ orton. F., H..*. Oc la Banner. la i | Lou
| I DADa COJCSTT.: OrnCERII. "Hetherington.N 11'WhIte, E. llHeyser. :_ (. Crates :

: > "A. E. ''Wall. T. A.. '. NOTICE. : i, -
CooUr Jndt-U Hen K.Hey.*r.Miami. '. .

Ckfkol County luorety Clreolt< girta T. Bander.Mla&.->r4erolDeedslJCOUt Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T. '. -' er if : ; Chase'& H Miami ..:;:)
-E.a Dearborn Grpro.anaHflWobnrrfnock. Hahn'P.:W. Wprlefi: O. A. In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial dty.. : '* rney.
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Hughes W."D. Wilson J..L Circuit of Florida in and for Dade And /
"GruYL Colietor of Taz< Tnoa.. ". Harden Coeoaaateator Homer J. W. % t.WJoodworth.: J. F. i xninty:.* '''- In the r :I .Kinder:Lou Crat s all over Dade County ';

of Taxe i B.II.Smith.XlanL, 'J 011'". M. E.: R. s. Whom Concern
Alison To It May : 24th .8.
rnw.ru-e. H. Raulerton, Miami. [ ... .
Superintendent of ,.Public. InjtroooV3.T.Merrttt4BuenaVtat Kolb. A. J Zlmanles.j C. U, :aka notice: That It Is my Intention .1.

('.om.I _..Goo wciwjon to 'appl1'' to' the Honorable Minor,-8.. the ( .

nHovas tidoha rngn.; !iL West K. )leD Palm nald lleacb, FuU0r4; 1'.0.: PUTS AN END !jTO IT ALL: Joies, Judge ,of .the Circuit Court. of pany; :! : -=r"

oaaN woU, ltlamt; B. A. 1IekMr. OoeoaautJmV Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida that "
+, 0. JI.rk and ;Auditor 01'lUaaL 1' 'A grierons wall oftlmes comes as a tbi tan order for the adoption of a cern are I ID "Crapefrait Groves

ooow or KVKsra JTOICUL result of,unbearable I pain from over-:. minor child, tbwlt: Alvin B. Jeffriys. -' C. T.

I'' i 01I.ClriT.. taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache, That said application;will be clerk ,
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Ctrtnlt_ (Bmbnudaf Jodf -I lBor....r.Tttturni ceuaUea.) I Liver complaint and jConstlpatlon. But m tde on Monday the third day of Oc- l' Groves, three tojflve old in fine condition for \sale ,

-101 Attorney-J. D-Bem.- Orlande thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills, .to3er.A.' D. 1904, at ten o'clock In the The These groves ire located on avenue lined with paW,"
Clark 0 l Court-*. o. Dearborn, Miami. they put an end to ;jit V an. They are I F now being set out. These
rail"Term of O1U Co rt mTena ornFlfi forenoon:or u'soon thereafter; as counsel grovetare budded to the choicest.
II....)''Term after Foanb oar flrrt Monday Moe day ia afur Monmber.)'_rUt, gentle but thorough.) Try them. Only' can be heard. Titles perfect. Wil! take pleasure in showing Jthls property.

..ping Mar la ApriL 25c Guaranteed by: all druggists. feigned) .. U A. OSBORN.. 'Applicant, purchasers"

I : DADa bOCSTTCODBeTMr.Hlaml., BT.- Miami Fla. 1904. J jFor fact that grape trait tr'eei'tre more prolific and.ireliabl! ,

--- a Z. When 'the new steel, bridge across /HEYSER.. .. other variety of the Itru samilv, and realize at least double
t: ;T.Aitaraey J.T.Baadera,Miami.. Vriver'b I th :! ; ... A four-year-oU grapefruit if
WiD&er Monday ta JaltllUJ.IIprtDc the San Sebutlan completed Attorney for Applicant grove properly eared for
Te.-l1n& lIoneta 1B APril.'DIII'I'enftonne I '' needed expenses whll ot eigRt of. 'be
1I000a)' 1B JDI,. the Florida Eut Coastrailway' will This August 31, A.'D.1904. years age it should pay
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hit TermMonday ta Ocotober. ; :! more on a valuation >f 15,000 per acre. From one IrRpefnut-
r71cHGAiuaYfLL bare one of the finest steel biidgea' sold f20 worth '
p a.L&ID ol the fruit.
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Carpenter!, masons, plasterers andq.r'deners .
the Southern States-) Three of the -
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1fe w1G.B.bin Belbler. a f in possession the For : ::
e heavy weighing several tons Florida sand : H1 WELSH.: :
!II CR Dil&EC1oHT: itldlngs and grounds of East ,
'EAr '. AyeaueO ale 'IUa mrlet. each, have been sunk, but about one- Seminary ,':bey are busy putting jO p. 0. BOX miami J'1a.

eoad.t,,,, &bo,)!( ,t to0clock 4pd4 o'eloek YOUDjl: halt of the. !stupendous work has been things I In shape for the opening'of ,the- il ( t I ,

Ip.m.Prarerm.4ingevery a 7:1Oj AD are cordially\n.. accomplished. The, Guarantee Con school which occurs' ThursdaY. September .
"lcaloa:1:: R.LeTkJTolPaeta. 29th. The rooms In the ,bar-: i
struction Company of .Jacksonville, is ,
rAi; iwcrB.uonijr.Af* j racks and dormitory- being overhauled .
wen and U.,.e Frarw meeting doing the .work, and the contract forts For
byatllop.m. Ihaeta 1leb06 ,aI '.f-1 I and made as neat and comfortable :
4k I'ftMhllllallua.7rtOp.a.C.: EpwortbJoan'._ all"p completion expired on August 16th. as students could desire. AH the sand ( : i ''Robins & Co.

s.JIfMCAID a PauwIin r.v' This[ ; however::wu'extended a periodf buildings\ have been wired by the local :

111 LCaoae Cower A....Due O aaJ IRbuer4Preaebl three- months.. Many people'are electric\ and room will ) i
company; every : : .
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o'clock m. Sunday
at it a : t' .IjJ
MO US ; .rreacb1DI at '1:4'0 p.> m. under.the Impression that' 'the wooden' t furnished ,with, electric lights III'the thousand

p*-'tb' .III A" m.: JonlwBpwortb bridgewIU be torn away as soon as,then offices of the different members, oft ;; Dep, s1'to ,,
meetlnt Wedaetda .
I eatn.Jlp :Prayer w one Ii complete! Thjs, however, la : :: t.
dock AB are weleotre. faculty stenographers busy
trgatr-0V o! : ,
:" L.4. .yrn.raateG false, as the wooden bridge in' Itself [ :isremembered long after
r-r i : (: nd :typewriters are playing merry Isi'I't'i : priceYisa
.Jm"t' OgCIc w,1. H., Lneoe B and 10tII'cNO&1I01111DI is. pretty sound "structure.T-St-- .
$ Prayer, tl o'clock; tlandayM.I145.miF.alntra1.r18a1rMnw I Angle on their'machines.The. corre- I I "" for tten. '
V of
gustine Press.; a
i section of the
; ; I pondence from every .
,xr 4.S .....IDI 1O; Holy XnehiriH.: nn fii by !
a n'.tay 10 m'lltll. Fin and tbhd do aysat tate :and from over twelve other
Uttl Hirer and eoBdaBd.. earth at. Cpaoa. 'RHEUMATISM.. tales; has been Increasing dally since ed J I alit Ma es 'the Bargain
>> Brator.
Hut Om YD .t);P? D. M. B.: :ou.It. ., :..... railing !
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-! he" 'of'July"' Reservations, for '
Pa\lRTrIUtI i. ttth: Mml n4 Arena Avmrv first "
'V Prark Kandav, ta-....Inl atll,1'elock When pains: or or-lrrlt&Uon! :'axllt 'on eom to Cuba, object Str..t. -. "
at '1:111. ooms from: Michigan whether 1js.""" ;:F'1a.
; sa4 very5uod ew"'IDI --"
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1 4t D" *..w.PAareP.dm.dtualtAw any r .n'of the'body the'appicationof ud attendance from outside the State j\ .f ..L 1!'

+ vr tictSocirrv.-Bwela at Mn. Ballard's Snow Unlmeut'elV'l !he .coming season promises to be the'. -
< ('on1oya AYL and Ray nreei. I land [
A.P ConTa.'a
> prompt, relict E: W. Sullivan, Prop. ".
MfiMB> m..M Hnadav. .argest In the history of the Institution.. f '
buU'nr.House (Reno; O. T.writes f
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-' hlch Is'now entering. upon Its, flttyI&econd -
.a..wevvw.w.w..ee.ee-
: it i{ |'MTAIO j OARO OT TRACK.' June (:,1902: 1 take plcuure in recommending year., Over twenty, young! men '- | "I

| M-:Brown Ballard's Snow Liniment and women are expected from Georgia.. I &

r, 1'teaJ4t1DE' t.T. T. Moor to r.!+ who are afflicted'with rheuma- our'from Indiana three from Illinois HORNER
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J. B. Lama .
tism. .It-Is, .tie.only remedy I have. .pree from Ohio, two fromMissouri', -
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t v. B1aeiruaa.t Estate
'_.... Qgpetary' 1 S. B." Tatum. found that gives'[r Immediate relief. several from Michigan, New:'fork, Capt ,Real and Rental Agents

hoard 1 W. M. Brown, 25c., 50c. 100. Sold by Red CroPharmacy. '
of l t.
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;, '.tf. Moor. J. K. Lumraua.A. R. Bay :> }linaa.. Prospects are also'bright for a t part ] r .
[J. B. F. W. ,Hahn W.-.W. '
'1 .t ptllly fair attendance from: Cuba and:Porto Crey ; I .
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:. .lIT John ADD 8 wU.O COU)(l5TlE8. On last Taesdar[I a ncgm nn. .caning Rico.:, If the assurancesV from the m' | .

,J V !W ( IIO.W. R ; Patteraon. B. 1.; himself Ellle: 'jEdwardi.. attempteda Florida correspondence' within !city.-

r*. Ir.rT..:. ")1DO ., K.' H.; criminal assault{ upon iiUIa 13-year-- 75-per cent. of what they ,roiim-j, thn \ ter'' to .. -- .. a.....__.....
Wqrlcrl Q. iAf. old Annie Braoklen while on her w ly attendance from the State will exceed and i -
'BRIW3E8Bailey.. B.:, 1C;V:iactua. F.BoM.C to'th | several 'I'n.iamtions.
Capulet blOl. miles] 'tr-o hundr d and fifty <
t; W.I Hob W.: J.: FradMickaND C.harle I F.W.HAflN
Fi' i.;I r. south of Ocala.. Tho girl 'was"nxoia- are being! made for the reception andcare Ing '1I' ,

f,., ,RJlALTHI i SANrTART-Jaetoon. panied 'by .her little, bro'tar, and;.the 'of three hundred ;an I Cfty. 'students the il | : :

'HIL[ Jr.;I ]*Tout. W.. W.: EnVxi UUf .two,together'' bravely fought the brute ;!- Gainesville Sun., there and Builder

!.' ( kiMc; Flana ;u. R., 8.; King. B. M. and theirscreams and 'jravafight ;; Jo tedl:

IVER8 .lD HARB" -BS-OarUiiilaX finally frightened him away:. ,Edwards BITTER I now have in m. employ one of the best
: ; them
c b. H.: mph., Edward c.: atnm. END OF FIGHT..,
draftsman in
I ,. th South, and
tt !B.: @ba K.. had a P'Cllmln.q'trlal! before Judge men I I am better
Robert Bullock yesterday morning and oh1' prepared than ei ;r for furnishingplans
: 1 71AILRO/t S AND FRFiaHTSE.JI.5 runnln
I "physicians had 'and details
idr.' LeOer, C .D..Lntamua. his Identification was fully established, "Two. a "long'and for g xxl buidings.'iine cabinet -
S' y fcr Erwt4 Wnu; .W.; McDonald. J. A. and he was'promptly: committed to jail .stuborn 1flglit with an abscess on ;my on the I work, etc. J 1 am now headquarters'
.ARITJEBJ11'Ct..D.. E..T.: ; Cheat- be givi for turnedwork scroll sawing and all ''
: to await' the action of the grand Jury. right lung"writes J. P.. Ilughes'ofDuPQintGn."and : ,
m. H.; 81iaa.E. B-t Oant-r T; gave 'me up. Ercrybodythought :' the Kg work' usually one in a FIRST: CLASS
C., L. .. V He was I; heavily iandcuRedand was with : pi ning miU.
If. .. i-"J.j .Blackmaai;; ,1i! t': I conveyed to the Jail bySheriff Nugent ,my. .timehad come.As gettln .

t' ; F. B. ; .. S. H S Orll': e. ADore ..In a carriage. .Jlrrivlng.at the'j jail slut resort I tried Dr. King's New boat me'your or erfor doors and wIn-
t. Mk jr. X. Discovery. Consumption. The benefit -
: the sheriff and prjlsoner) got out of the
: frames
J "'.: left to ba lusters brackets
LIC l j I tTiLDn as-Horner. vehicle on 'opposite sides;.and as ,soon I received was striking and I was etc.
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Bild... HJ C.;, Reiny. J. 8: ; Bewdt. "u The b '
!Ii:, jjoknVhaleV.- H. T. ; u "prisoner t<< the ground he on rpy'feet n'a few"Cays! 'Now'I've down' convinced- 1b1AMIa FLA

ES-FrWe1l. ten c.{ made a.dash for liberty as fast as'his entlrelyVregained my health." It conquers into tl

; 11'T Rduyi.: Conrad 'J. .k: Rhode.' .R. heels t'uldt'&fT1'hlm., and notwithtandlng c.11 Coughs, Cclds and Throat:1ncr. the st< .
*'}: I ; 8. the sheriff pursded himand : .Lung troubles, _Guaranteed: by all ) :
j FDUcAT1 .u.-Bur41ra.. W. K.; fired at.-him ele en Ames;' be"made! druggists.< Price, fiDe and 100.. Trial. prelle '
O ntl Rodmund B. gottentaken '
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.' good his escape.'The i the.! 'bottles. free. Fair Rate
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convict farm'werle secured as
v tWu; A. J. jqulckMB3" while
nON-B 1 a e k m a ...' E. .V.I but ,iuse J .
: f I JMMIORA: possible, from ,0I11e. 'qr Mlamiprobaby! sues the most'ar steam .. .
{' ttor" .. T. .Tatum. J., H., Dorn. J. K, another:' they hld.to. > take Uij':scent tistic: city directory ant town In Into" : 1 ,,18j ;

!KTERTAINME Der.-I T_RhO< o8. B.v W;: and the pursuit In.that dlrecfta 'weompelled : America, end certainly 11" dty,of less ICSCtt j i f
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dl 80 il <:.; GaTtb -<, c,' H.WJiy., \ to ..'abandoniytl'. In th< than l 5,000, inhabitants obis i ver .pro and t

+ t 4 J.; Bee I L'John meantime.',perhais, as- many a, a bun doted anything to ..qullllt;- 1 pe lrec'. whlc L. j& N. Rae R.r1.

SIKO-TMnm'B. B.: Btn.a Brad persona,' armed 'themwlyes an< tory for,the present year t is just out, Chart : .

ffiD\"ERTl' ) ; Bytoftofc. !f.m.F.T.: BUckman.. scoured,,* tbe woods: In ail directions /snd the Journal ia In'rii.t"era curl- Smit I I .a, .. ..,

'numbering but at ,)astltacco\; nts thi Thereabou ;;>f it. It is published bv'\-ei'; n. Par- Tho i
ot members,
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'' of the fiend S wag uolnown.-oc..t. rlfeh.: '''Ii .)' aml-U. wise su, will bold rison I .
an' foHows
a* :
't Dety Tickets
"r. Sanner onto Mr., Parrlsh.! and !f lie gets'out now on sale daily '
1 Jackson, J. M, Jr. Ed. : -
14Lna[prow-aD.f. Kolb. A. J. is good a publication each year h,,will Char : from Jacksonville l to: St": .
St'1CIDE'REVENTED. J
f C King h. V'Lommns >e worth money the"Mag'c. Clty.T wax: Lou is and return

ishbr J. J:. The ttartllng announcement.' that Pen acolA Jouma'' p lPnV; : : J ., .
LaSalle. A. LBrown. ; of.l
: Aimt& r. pren itlve of suicide had been discov f..i..Return Limit December
W. M.iush. Lama C. D. 'CuRES.SClATIC.\.' FlUe 15th.
** ,r: :C. McDonald. J. A. Ted win Interest many"A run dowt I" . . . -.Return.Limit 60 days
Invariabliire
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despondency I.
W. L. system or ,. . .. Return
BunJlner..,M. Maynard. Limitt5 days
de suldde.i: and something ha RCT. I* W. Itiley L L. D. Cubs ; : .f" .
Merritt.. Z. T.
feytnitoa. E. T. peen found that will prevent that coil New York,wrlteE "After fltte d.da't .

f B.: Holler.. Q.Jleyera. Hx. H. Itoj! which makes 'suicide likely. At.r of exrnclating pain from sciatic rheum I We ; I & N., is t tie best line to .St. Louis'"
M. : ..
7 he first thought of'self-ddrtmdto atlsmunder. various treatments I was r' '. ...
:4 fudge. P. c Bone Fred 8.- tike Electric Bitters.. It being a great induced to try Ballarl Snow' Lint t I ,_

i jptosaler. 6. D. 'Moon McDonaid.T. V.W. B.McKlnnon. ode and acrvtne win strengthen toe meat; ,tte: 'first application giving mj 1 ., schedules and sleeping car reservations,
II.
Burdinei J.' Q.>A. Tics tad build up the system. It's !first relief ud the second:: entire relief, V apply to' 4I -.
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1'I.W. I ,
ilso' greet Stomach. Kidney sad I can give It unqualified recommends I .
LV. Edwin
lntal114H J\tae1aDi: PeckvIUJ.Nelson rJv.z;..regulator.j Pair SOe. SadsfM- tioau' ,:5<<:.. SOc.and' $1.00. .Sold b;, .r ; ;; V c. L STONE I J

K.bhil. Prwt. f..w.i oa 'parutee4 j by all druggists.i Ked: Cross'Pharmacy.I .s-t 206 W.Bay- St., bouille., : G. P. Arc. LoIiniD



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t I! NOTICE Or ] general'- election n QUESTlbNS ANSWERED an acre which i* the cost of

: yrhereae, the Leglslatnn or rejection: further aorta.. (;rheie are teA to twelve

1 I.Seethe, OonWtntlcn of- I II. Article of the .' thousand plant.)_to 0 the acre, and tM

'rneprpf4ssiofr Sate of Florida, did Pus-. I ;; State'of Florida Is fruit bring IQ the. neighborhood tt_
u to read U. fol from 50 cent r. dozen for Red BpaaUh -

resolution* proposing j ; Interest to to 25 cent*\apiece for Porto Rhea
Informatioll0'' the pectiveSettler
Constitution of the : The
i Q* of'the State pereentagi of plant* fruiting depends

1 1attesioa I ida, and the same were' I cr.loaned .to any : ConcerninMiami and the Southern upon Uu can: and Judgmeara*

EcATTORNEYS I vote of three-fourth- of all ; corporrtioni or as erdse culture,'som/Kirowan
bra elected to each house; I the State become For ion of Datie County.. having succee< ed la securing fratt

j AT W, rote'on said Joint re :o u : : in' any from 90 per oeM of the plant in theta

tered upon their respective : or corporation. i 1'1 plnerie .J
ana r dual
Will practle la ill eoqiti.But
9pactlticllttntoreuptntntand,peijfectliii with yeas and nay thereon ,, not authorize any So many Inquiries arej directed toPe a >le as In any section of the country, Land may i e purchased from IS ot

Loo did determine! and direct township or, in- Metropolis by.prospective settlers I a id far more so than In.most $10 an acre ni depending'on proxla

r o.Boxttr. Miami, a.p Joint resolution be .beCome.a stock ,orhomeseeken e concernlig THE CITY'S. FUTURE.: Ity to'road and chipping point Goof

electors of .the State'at association or existing in this part of coDditlonl'1 Miami possesses all modern convenI lands on rock road.within' Smile ol '

T..dw1GS. D., election November. 1904. j i or appropriate and the burden of corres; I nee of civilization, u electric lights, Miami may bejhad for $50 an acre an4

-+omaa with a.4 Crou Pitr a 1.Beddeea Now therefore.. I, H. Clay Its credit' any tailed thereby has become so he ater works sewerage, telephone *ysL somewhat less than' that ram fcrr land

alai tree Secretary of State of the uoD.lnaUtuuon or that we have attempted In, the follone Y1'1, m free mall delivery, three;'newspaters not immediate y on a road. The same '.

cora. are ida, do hereby give notice I [ the legislature article to summarizej$ such two national banks one Statelink quality:of Ian,I farther away frost

VTAMI, FLORID '" GENERAL corporations' maUon u'fa most important, and to etc. It has miles of beautiful transportation]facilities can of courts

IL JB: will be held In each county taxation for answer the questions lIt frequently s reels of native white:: stone. It IsI I be purchased lor t... The land ton*
J. ,
Da JACK8bt on Tuesday next : as to the.munici- asked. It I* hoped by th!s means that radically the terminus, 'of the Florida I promising in ippearance' to those as

o_ Monday in N ember, A. i atem proper any sample. COPT of, the pajwr., of which I ast Coast Railway, for though an ext I. other customed' to .the deep, rich soils of

kLFIOTBL BISCAYN LOC1C A B. D. said Tuesday being i thee that may 10i hundreds\ are sent out, 'rill. In most ;nslon of the road has recently beenbuilt '1 States*, being rocky and sandy, '

l FLORID EIGHTH OF I i municipality/ cases serve the purpose Intended better penetrating: the fanning 'land.t yet i results o n be obtained front II
MIAMI, In'
excess of the
for the ratification or shall be for a lon- than a personal letter Specific Information >rtffive'mDes south this is merely from" nturna'reallz"!
v DR W B. f3 SH ald Joint resolutions een years may be obtain id by writing a feeder to the commerce of this city. the more, fertile sections of UM

ment to the ; to any of the real estate < >r other firm. I ere are located the steamship docks country' FtxJllzer; must be used bat '
'
25.l2th etr eReeideuce XXV.. a the returns'n '
Omce! t of Florida, viz: whose advertisement a;,peat In this cf ',the P.. A; O.i Steamship, Company, penditnre lIlT ore than Justify. the u-
208 9I4 amendment to lYfJd.
j
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t.MI& ARTICLE 'XXI. paper; and the best way x> become fa- hose lines are operated to Key Westt 1--
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I.FLA.II. State of Florida People of
That the following tnllltr -with local conditi ins, progress. > Havana, and to,Nassau. Immense inergy and Industry an "
the ConaUtaUon'of the State : to' and shall be Industries and current happenings i hanes, etc., are being projected;, to heartily welc med, and. the coontryf

., W: BACKU5, ICI be, and the same la, lIe1'e ) Of the state ,while. contemplating ren ovjng to this' ) cep pace with the vastly, Increased development >elng practically.Just begun -

dRCI3X"x'EPlans to, and shall be aubmltte4. in ,November, section I. through read ng;the Dally i larltlme business that must follow one there it room for, all to reap UM

Specificstioge aed De tllMade- ton of the .State at the ge cle' XVI shall be pr.the Weekly, Metropolis. ;.the former t deepening of the harbor, work on suIt benefit* ,whlc k must ensue a* the re'
K Fine of J
Buildings of jAll ndet as follows: ouch'velopment
for of will be sent to addressat Is Capital find
1Orric4 tion in November, 1904. for ,which any i hick now actually progressing. An here
pec
j gislaiure shall pro! the rate of $5.00 a yjsar. $L25 for i i ppropriatlon of $300.000 has been se-. most pr flubla Investment, while
315 APEX JE D. or rejection labor Is in '
| publication and Ae nand and 4
months the Weekly- large IV red from'the "ell paid Peo-
a <
Section 8 of article. II, of three ; : Government for harlor plo 'of mode
tation of the State of I laws.It .may enact page-paper-being milled for $1.50 improvements, and the Florida te means who come here "
] Supreme Court and '* I:ast Coast Railroad la also and buy a en all tractor land, make a .
year.
pledged toexpend '
by'amended so as to read ; 11 .
1 decisions shalTbe f THE CITY a like amount.. Thus, $600,000 ;. modest' hom set out fruit trees act ;
as1dG toasul e Section 6. The legislature 'ill' while
Civil waitinj '
vide for the election by by any person.'Court But : Sprang out of eight I I1 now being used for!,this purpose and bearing : for these to come Into
ANC.t' of ] Supreme yean ago the reached 1. Is a moral certainty that further ap- ?engine In trucking; are. almost
{ electors of each county .
wttho
ntJl the.:opinion of this point Apri115,189t.Prior to this I ropriations. will bo *secured until the t exception, successful.
Offic s ?4fs 11a. lfulfu" ing county officers: cage shall be filed time one store, whose trade was principally 1 arbor'is in a condition commensurate And this miciess cost less effort: than
A clerk of the circuit cou : ia other ,
S.rnyl 'h* ,' sad court ? wIth the Indians, and a few \ Ith it* importance from a commerdal part of the. country, while
-, 31YanEariaeeri tanE "i constable, a county the climatic
| XXVI. scattered eklngj out ondltlons, render outdoor
Latcoa.tdlrbridalv families a precar- geographical''jand 'strategical *
a county tax collector, a workpossibl "
of' V of the'ConaU- low j livelihood .by and themanufactun i land point-an Importance recognized > every day In the year

k R. ii.S }MO R, orer store, .*on superintendent and:a county iur' Florida Is hereby "of wring' were 1 y public men at the National Capital with open-air the life he ;thrown lth benefit of such' .a "

the only evidences of ci rlllzation. On i nd by all who will study the location In. At the same .
Attorney La The! term of office of all follows time, .
at u : people
officers this July)28! 18967; Miami wisp ,Incorporated ( f this port and Its relation to fnsuHr who are enjoying health :,
In
mentioned ; and
: I.laI power of tie as a city;.furnishing'. pethaps the only i nd South American commerce, to moderate success In their preens '
rt' [be four years, exceptthat A' abodes had Better ...
land rederat In.a. Supreme Instance on'record In which a full lay nothing of the vast'trade that stay when they are
all State : ,
Win practice l t1w office of the county*aae? Then should be .
Co rt4. Faninlar ad-altos to CorpWl ,. : courtS of record. fledged city came into.hence with- iiust spring Into existence upon the weighty naonto In ,
> and
Bl tax 'collector fluence!
-Ncfcaatita, RcmttEMaHil) #ad PirobatUMIAKLlrLA.Law.TNome aunty' out'.first having been a town. Three i ompletion of the r Panama canst.glance anyoi to make a more of neat :
until Judges and Jus f
BilWtW. Iball be for two.yean, Importance ,
Wr Otis tm rriawll ,t hundred registered voters are requiredto at the map will show i the People who. have mad
" jj | al election In November, -. entitle any communii y to be called i lost'.casual observer; the possibilities fans res elsei here,are.'n t likely lob.

: Seekers.Attention. I. which 'election they_ shsll V of the Consti a city, less than that dumber constituting : i he future holds for the Magic City. very success! ul hen., Intelligence and "

| | j for, term of 'four' yean Florida is hereby' a .town. At a ,meting held for SCHOOLS AND ;CHURCHES. Industry an a*.essential to good fortune

il1 ere thenceforth all county u follows: the purpose of Incorp nation..'three Miami has one 'of the belt public: hen as].la aay other pan' of Ut
You will find ito youar section shall be glob; ,
invesjtin g. In this 'Court shall and our-half:'months' after the first i hoots In the State] embracing both '
Furnished to call on bonscij mejbefore; i and {room* to terms! of four'JMI'L In'all cases train reached 'Miami, S44 vote were i h e common and high'school eonrtes. If It I* desired to engage In general
<
rent. Real bargain in rat e state, duties'and compensations : 'originating- cir cast The*phenomenal growth of this "he building an Urge 'and well 'ren- farming In the; raising of wheat, eon. "

city and country.}Insurance: 1 axes. -lbedbylaw.- j j"ARTICLE I' : ] appeal from ',the early period 'has, been sustained i laced, and'thcn I* a competent coma tr oat*, peaches apple, Rapes w

collection*, etc,! j attented tjo.'z( 1 : XXII. I arising before throughout the eght;l yean of the < >f teacher A Catholic convent I*'toe other:.product* of the temperate son,

have lpecia1li' 11&C aatho :rane-Dr That the following pertaining to city1. history... :' .i I > erected this rammer 'which, will one must cas t his lot some hundred of ,

me to prepare all kinds legal Low j feeL the Constitution of the : and In .th* POPULATION, ETC.T'; irovia* Instruction j I for .both Mxes. mile to" the ortb. and accept the cold

fen ol attention.real estate 1 Ida be, and the same la L'I estates of Infants.& Miami ha at present : L resident pop- ere an also private schools,a mni that is 'part of the legacy of land :{

Prompt nJQJC CARROLL; to, and shall be submitted > | or rejection, elation of between 4.0001 end 5,000. In i cal.COI1Iervatorr,'"ahd art 'ecbool, so when these thing cam be grown "'
Public.: the In month thla is I hat' ;edacaUonal Neither J* th I* a tock-ralslng
i Notary ton of the State at of felony the winter population every need may be sanely .
j ?,.. saA_" n,bet 34.., *lad W5J .. Ion In 1904, for ratification ;and In all criminal augmented by the addition of hundreds .inpplled. 'Then ;ale about thirty Then 1* a jo-fenee law," which I* s r .

J:,".';: .vt I I" Section S, of.Article XH the circuit courts. cf visitors mostly of the wealthiest nourishing schools' In the county. great boon to the settler of limited '"

:. .. a.e1fab1e itltutlon la hereby, the power to Issue classes, wbo:come].to enjoy the Every religious denomination la means, and then' fa'vwy little live + ';

: Grsdiit4 buictasn read as follows:1Section certlorart prohlb Ideal climate and the flhest fishing In i epreseated. ,and the following: have rtock ,In Om the other :

i W. C. MNARD VOX Each habeas corpus and the world. To. ,accommodate these 1 andsome church bulldlngr: PnvbyI bane If It geared to engage In the

.; J Ay"DI'e i t t.r' required to aseesa;'and' &' or 'proper to visitors there are numerous i hotels I erian, Episcopalian,) Catholic M:. E. culture dons of : .. pineapple, va r;

'f' I for the support pi public of, iti, jurisdic and boarding houses, principal among Church, M. E. Church. South, and tropical of aemI-tropteal fruits, !

;;; 'C1useIlcur&telJ fitted:I ae. therein a tax of not lean th ;.Mti.fs: sLa'1 liar- which 1* the Hotel Royal Palm,'an immense |ptlst. |k the,growing]of vegetable .at the season l
pewel ,
btche4Cloct1, I mills nor more than (7) !. ...f "5..-.., corpus ,building. 640 fee long, 300 feet SOILS:! AND PRODUCTS. cf the of the. tear when all other parts' .. ';

: dollar, of all taxable prop \ State upon petivioa wide and five stories high with accommodations The"principal. .Industry' 'n this sec- country an In the grip of 'win ,
ter this
D, for SOU beside lobbies t lathe growlngOf section offers decided advantages "
t .'-IGEO. L. 5DONA tame. j | any parson held In guests, on fruits and wlnt -
artl f5glneert 1 'ARTICLE XXIII.That .1 j '.may 'make such rotundas dining rooms, offices, t vegetable for the Northern:mar- UnltM over-any State other portion of the 'X

;',. SIIb4I.H G. 'aOOCOAhUTjtOVE .raltJ the' following '1! himself: or the etc.. It Is set in twenty acres of tropical 1 ets. Tomatoes form the'staple crop,
,5.nat.t.ad 1UIItlce thereof, gardens,' beautiful beyond descrip 1 ut there are large quantities of other ..!
F1e he Constitution of the State IHERBINEr ..
tion. There are several other hotels, vegetables Inch'
Judge, and when grown as tomatoes, :
.' be and the'same is hereby \ -
smaller than the Royal Palm- to be i plant; I .'.
.- and shall be submitted to Supreme Court, an gg Peppers; I beaus/ etc. The Renders the bile more fluid'
and
thus
Ae DANNI '| 4haU alwa'llle lure, yet larger and wltn better service I muting ,season'extends from aboutsober helps the ;
of the'State at the general b food to flow 4t affordsprompt -
;
than :
is usually found In towns of ( 1 to .TlJluaq-, and the'bulk
: V, of .be Con
aBrrdrttr A. D. 1904, for relief from
November biliousness lndl.'
.. II t4 of, Florida'.is twice the size. At :'th a writing an- cf the shipments are sent'North: from '
j
: geUo.hdsnafr
i
;;pr rejection. '
other five-story hotel I; 'In process of I November until although there :
CIntIIt aI__11"I I I Section 18 of Article V of : ] d* to read as fol May gestipn, ,slcli and nervona headache. .
rats erection. ; 1 eing practically no] difference in the \ .
tr.C45t........ II i 4' .u.at" .... tenon, shall be and Is and the ove Indulgence In'food/snd
'
The population Is rnopolltan, every i asonas
.... read as follows: I circuit courts shall may be, planted. or veg- drink. Her Ine acts ,
to quickly
so as doa
a
In State In the Union! furnishing Its < tables gathered any.day in the r Uf.egetlbles :
Jurisdiction after meals
The rill bring
Section 18. the patient Into
tAtt quota of rttpresentativ An undesirable are grown usually on ,the ,
'fOI.EUlI MET ganise in such counties u It !' Also In all case foreign elements, unknown. irairie lands, whhlch are tree from a good condi Ion In'"a few day ;
.- itiesst.laARE proper county: courts: which by Inferior courts: O. L., Cal welt 1geI1t" Bt K. A T.
: :
.... ......I'r. CLIMATE.' t mber and are composed of a kind of
Jurisdiction of an asses: at lar L the legality Writing from persoi experience. ." r \ R. R Chem ah, Ind. Ter;write. April f.
YOU the demand 'or value of or ton: or the 18th.; 1903: 1 was sick for "
oeer two
California and other Fruits
GOING after visiting sections ,are grown on pine lands,
UTolred shall not exceed : and of all actions where climatic Conditions are "hlch are slightly[higher than the yean with [enlargement of the liver
< or, boundaries :of and spleen The :
donan; of proceedings considered their best, weean unhesitatingly I nines, and In thla section very rocky doctors did met BOhad" .
North forcible entry or unlawful ] "all criminal case good. and I given up all hop off ".
Wait'li say that Miamihas'the most ts-rock is a peculiar coral formation
lands and,, tenements, and court; and perfect: winter'climate the'United fining a. great deal of plant food being cured !when druggist. advised '.
and final & I of actiea of forci tin me So. use i1erbIDe. It ha* made
manors States 'fact
Cold Is almost even s evidenced by the that in many .me 1
; Lion in civil cases: arising detainer and sound. and well. 50 cent at Red CrosePharmacy.
Kaslnille the' slightest frost be very rare. laces, orange and other fruit trees are :
LoaisYifle fi ] the legislature 1 .
U
the Justices of the peace. bearing
The warmth of summi r is temperedby o be seen thrIttIlr., though '
.
i i. The trial of such appeals 111&11"hne' final the'cooling breezes from the Atlantic pparentiy standing on a solid plate] '.
Rallrpad-j Clarence
rnlce. DOVO at the optionft the ; lash. l civil case < and the high t temperature f' this rock Being of a porous or JFlowers. who lives about

Oftln .jxcelle Hpeni fcnrrjlnf Modern trains; court,, and shall ; of any Aunidjial! Camp's place,
f-eere- the county during the summei months Is 98. trees are enabled to penetrate It } brought -to this office
eoebe.
np-to-dH. 1 1I
!
sleepers, jaw. 'arising before
.nd Minln r can torney-at HEALTH. nd draw ample sustenance from what I last Saturday a .stalk of green cornthat
i 1 elininc balrl e&r4 j southern cttt". | There shall be elected by In counties' In The city ranks amo g. the first In ouid appear to be!! unpromlng \ measu -d 17_feet and 7 Inches In .i
between northernjand fled electors of each county county' eonrt. ,Ir the United tate* In point of health. This react ",
source. by the :
*" dlnlnKcar serf Ice n the ;, way, length. Jus think of con, will a
The finest '' when- said judge is ) 'supervision and' There Is entire freedom( nom calaria, lakes a beautiful and durable building you r

.: Soach.. AH Agent*'Sell Through JTicki itt-rla cntlng attorney for said of,matters arts- and there are no-"prevailing' diseases". laterial and ,the 1 1 new court housed nearly 18 f< et hlgtt;! -then' t 'about J

S I'< hall hold office for four "<
.' L. P N.I duties and compensation : : OD, ov to the es all parts of the eountjy seem to be n the city; bunt of| this atone, are Why.. the .llte< 'thing In' order will be .

Sche4alSleep Car eribed br'' JIW. Such of minors, and of here.robbed; in part of jthelr! power,asa inch .admired by all: Visitor It also to ) few monkey to climb. j
'
'!'," Tot< Rata. ReaervaticcisJ Apply tot abolished at.the pleasure of w'the legislature they,.usually appear hi mild form .lake* the finest road: material In the the corn: eta Iks of,Florida to break the rte
lature. j circuit court and and rarely leave the bad effects which rorid and Dade county.lead*. *H oth- ,;
J. M. Fleming I ProvIded that an county 1 ,! to tame writs follow In 'the'' wake of like diseases n In the State In!I'mileage and eon- eorn.I't 'Springs Herald. A
/
t'.ry.n.er! s t.noddaall lug said office at the quo warranto elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diph- Ition of her highways

4t! West J.e Ray_ IKP-a amendment shall continue habeas corpus, theria are ''unknown, while"'typhoid The fruits 'cultivated are chiefly 3TO THAT OO1L'
.
"
'.. TDY else of the duties thereof j "or necessary' to fever I* rarely heard of! It is a deslr-: rape-fruit oranges, and pineapple .,

; : PE.TICI E" their'respective of tifelr'Jurisdic able place .for those Suffering from iuavas. mangoes, avocado petra and When a'cough: a tickling or aa Irritation t

DIGfST Orl.M their successors are duly j lung troubles asthma, catarrh and mea are largely produced, but being in the throat makes iron feel ;,

Tb. ar..tatai/f provided further that when | r.le'V of the Con: similar! diseases ,which! are prevalent ndlgenous to the,country; they,thrive uncomfortable, take BaQard* BDr 'J.
+ ty court shall hereafter be '! of Florida i* here- In' colder climates. Many persons' Ith 'little or no cultivation. Citrus 8m& '

I a :P.In./ In any county In*this State, reed as follows:'. fected with theM.Ills have I ,come here reel.require from ;three to' five yeanfter dieease' 'J:t

ECZEMA, ; ./ Judge of said county shall the application of a and have been cured n greatly bene- planting to produce fruit PIne and din. J. A. Andenon. 2S4 Watt 5thtreetSalt i '

ABSOLUTELY CURED. |flee and" perform'the ( voters of fitted. Of course,'then| ;not the caseIn pplrs, which grow on a plant sotne- take City Utah writs:

HERMIT'' SALVE of the county 'court' until State, the legisla every Instance. People die here as hat resembling the cactus and which We think allardl Horehonnd Syrup .. 1,

E; B* ..* .0 CCNTB a IOE.W j office shall expire., in neb county a* they do everywhere el..., No.COUJItrr n propagated by.' letting slips oracker the beet medicine for coughs and cold "r,
y an Dnerla+: d : "rr** ARTICLE "COT, theo shall be one ha* yet been discovered where"people *, bear fruit fin', IS months after W* have coed It for several yn f It ;;

..Olda.nr Ba...'2S j That ,the following Ate courts, who are Immune from .death and rtlanam ilantlng. In thin section: they are always' .. Immediate renal I* vwypleaaanYind' '.'":

--l--- -r -:00: the Constitution of the State attorney at taw:, At the eame'time., it !maT'lie. truthfully town In the opt\[there being no ne- : : give perfect Batisfactioa!- t

IIJfiEYCOIE i be.' and the.same is hereby said that the condition: tendingto easitfor protection' from cold and 2S&; toe an 1 $1.00 at R4 Cro. Ptar- .;f

ULI..,fee!KWMn ad Wad/r }''and. shan be nbmttteu to page seven.) general healthfolne are. a* favor- hen' "la"thus a saving" of" about $ .'00. macy.. .., ';;.

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DAILY I. LaFollette; of Wisconsin; :, rositfone; and believes that' the larger behalf UIbe almost holly of a per- :,. ,I "
Republican, recently declare I portion of the property owners will do tunc IT' nature. It ere appears to 1j

METROPOLIS. In a. public' speech that It Is better to likewise. The city Is practically'With be la$k of enthuslasm among DemO-:
vote-for a good Democrat than a baS out 'a'building of its own and the demands crate t also exlsta'amo' g R phbIca! 1s, ,.
J vwwwW r..rw.et .- pubitCMl. First thing Governo are urgent for better offices for R evelt"s formal 1 tier of accept-

.-.day.--.xcept....,,-Snday.-.-. LaFollette knows' he-will be charged the officials, a safer place for the city ance as hardly created a rlpple,Judge
\"M. tUII U'__" with treason by the :trooly loiL prisoners and a large and comfortable Park r's letter of 'acce lance ia await
'
,[ANGTLTail. S place for the meetings of the( firemen' ed Ith some cprl It1' The 'New

,M....'a1r+MreStofee.t .< The Democratic party needs its bee\ and for storing the apparatus.It York Herald,, occupyln an independent .

Ylaa/lortde, men on the stump !:this year. They is true .as some will say, that an Int of' view, bu evidently pre- .1,
od-., ...maUer. have! all professed suppOrt of the ticker, extension of the sewerage system is fl'rrlqg ParKer to ROO8 yell, says: "So

,,.;. :;...pa""r pUbUah.4 o.'he but mere passive suppoft is' not snO'- much needed'", but under the.present far a the undercurren s'of popular
UDited stews at the dent There can be no sUccess without charter It Is Impossible] to raise funds opinion throughout t e country are !

.'t rall.e. t.lmtnsL: effort, and now Is the.time for hones enough for this purpose, and It will be tndll' led by the Main election' It la ,
15 00 earnest, active effort.-I" necessary to waft until after, the legis- evade t' that the great battle for eon-
I f
lature meets and some changes are stltu onalism a' Judic oua reform of

Tree Months ............... 1.259e Again the Metropolis Ands it nece .- made in the city's charter before an the rift ihe'suprt'm y ot law a return !

W 'k, j27 Carrier..:......... ..10jTbe sary to calf public attention, to the taCIt" adequate.-mount can be raised for this economy In g ernmental ax-' I r f,
'that the reason is": fear at hand. end} purpose. In tbf mean time the other pend u ea and other r onus to which lU: s
ltfam Printing Company. it will not be many peeks before vI'1- work! should]: be done and It is to be Judg iTker's candid cy la pledged ,

y is r tea mad known. onI tors.will begin; ,to come in. Put your hoped that the bonding proposition will ow be pressed 'Ith new' hope 1 10 I ,

Ir 2 pl1caUon.' premises in good shape\ and brighte will be unanimously ratified by the and pint In every'Sta of the Unlon.l

1 I 1ONE. 61-3R. up. It shows thrift and' enterprise voters on,the 24th! of October. Whe Judge Parkt'r'sf, rthcoming letter I

OFFICE \M ROPOLIS BUILDING. and will,:cause favorable conwnen The question 'of ;:bonding is up. for 0 acceptance, whir Is BOOn to be
,i and U Twelfth Street .'hen.otherwise it would{ be the the decision of those who 'are vitally give out. Is placed bt'f re the national
,
t 1 te Court .House.SEPfM site. '' .01 interested-those who own real estate elect rate, and his ca pal1 Is tUlly E
-
,- I II In the cite, andwho: pay the taxes, and roan rated. the pOliti 1 oullook II
ER x0:1904. I It has become an.1 actual, fart: that these are the'progressive people who tide go a radical, chan e and tilt fight 1-' A .
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T-----r- -1 -' -- Bartow is to lose Colonel' J.. W/DoYfl well know that their Interests will be for c nstltutlonal gave nmt'nt'wlU not L'he above illustration iI kill: give you-a fair idea"of: how
TICKET. and his, family. JThis we enlarged and more fully protected by be a atheU. 'I
1TRAIGRT D MCCRATIC
J handle job. I of skilled
: have'plenty work-
,- greatly regret. :They have been cot the proposed amendments. It a about eaveh u '!eke the I I your
( I Fo President spicuous citizens of Bartow for almost elect n. The active campaign whl' i men, and can give 'ompt service: '
l, ; twenty years, and l'' waS hoped ther UNNECESSARY CAMPAIGNING., hard last over five weks. Muca i
ALTO B..PARKER. ov SING
were permanently settled here. .Mri,. can ur within that time ThIs la i vvXLLXS : : E ON;
For Ice-President", .
t{ HEN y' G.?:DAYIS. Boyd, taking with per Misses Bull Political campaigning in Florida. Is not be a "campaign d education" .1 i CON- 'RBCR SB .:a'"J=LO: .
nigh fair always attended by more or less hard- Ther are no Qu/Ions that: ( appal to '
I For Un1t Sates Senator and, Rosebud, leftTuesday i :Base -4T3. Miami. F'Ia.
,... their new home In Ml.aml. The Colon land ships, and the indications are that the the neoqe! as vital an absorbing 111- 'I' .
Ii:;, .JAMES TALLU'ERRO.Ii Mrs. Law remained behind for :r speaking of the Democratic candidates sues_ ihall not s n, let us.hop.?, 1--, -- .
f., I 'I Coz1p'eaamu. sbort'.tlme.BartowIRecord.' ( i In the several 'countlA 'will not.resultIn see' sich an exciting ca palgn as that '

;. FRANK: CLAlUC.' much benefit to the Democratic of 18 G. Toe campal of 1904 la'o, 'America's Most Perfect Whe@
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.t NAPOLEON i Governor It is net necessary Ito i know' anything party, as each'voter, : is j well aware of far, haracterized by c'.hargy. Tue ( ,
't' B. BROWARD. o'f the merits' of the Allman-Dunc{ I situ Ion calls for,more interest on the J :;
nominations
& I. Jor: .Secretary of Stet! .
feud in Florida to express appreciation part !Of the electorate and doubtlecaas ,
f. l 8. Y CRAWI'OB.D. of the action of a deputy sheriff, who. them on November. I 8th,'says the Jack- the campaign progr es there 11'11' e H.aQrO.I r :
For Attorney General when attacked by a mob while he w. sonville' Metropolis. From Information be greater I mllnUes ton of I1tem- :

1. .. ... guarding a house, led his posse outside received it Is very evident that very gent 1lnterest.- But au exciting cam- Differs from the Pushes one-fourth..
t bjcycle.
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Comptroller and repulsed his assailants with loss. little ,Interest II' manifested in the need not te ex teo" '

!/' l I r A. C. CROOK. If there were more such peace officer! present canvas, as attendance is small pal1 t easier, and is propelled !the same way. .
ljJ;, f Far Eati Treuurer. there would be lesS need for militia to and people generally are attending to HE NEGRO PO ULATION.. '
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1 1'', -: i I WK. v KNarr. enforce the laws. A mob seldom mean! business. 'All Democrats perceive thatIt less, friction, the easierthe push. .

Saperln ent of Public iutrna to do any serious 'fighting and whei Is a walkover' with them having Ac ordln to census ul1 tIn No. 8, the Racyde has less' friction'on its Crank Bearings;:
.' I Uoa It la practically no opposition:! Hence their Ithlu the terrltod'
I' vigorous resistance-la made apt the number of negroes -
R'I,. 1 I :I HOLLOW to get out of danger.-LoulBTille Cout Indifference to attend meetings or to of the United fates Ala ka. i .: ';4 than. any other: bicycle. ,. "

Far oner of .ptealtue ler-Jonrnal. hear speeches. The situation 14 a very Haw'ti and Porto Rico 1-9,204,531. or I I .

t I B. B. IlcUN. I safe one for the Democrats, and they4i this tiottl'number 89.7 r cent live In Plurilbing .

& ..' .II )'or Ra1 CommtasionerJO tIt .now*, appears tb there; ;; will, bn. I seem'to know It It Is practically the ,Southem Statt'1l. a center of ; : .

1,iii: ,' I' 1. MORGSir' more,than eleven million bales of cotton useless to canvass' In those counties negrc population I. 'I I northeastern. j '
: For tate Chemlat produced In the South. : Cotton II where' all is peace and' harmony; but Alabama near the Coo gla line. Negro I have an -to-date plumbing establishment 'in i
'f .at. lC. ROSE. Fenn such la" the case where factional up ,: ,
/ now selling for more, than ten not s! constitute abou 6.6 per cent
.,' r.' Isr F Fr and the future market shows.about the' differences and fusion 'with RepublU: of thr city population f the country, connection with: nprepared y' Bicycle Emporium,' and"5m

''cO Ti&KET. same ,figure, With I eleven millloabales cans. Populists and Socialists are apparent and bout 15 ,per cen of the rutal ,- to'do
t" : the best,work. Call and see me.
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at'ten cents, e'South.wmrich b Special attention should be popu tion. ,
; For Senator ..The big crops and the good< given to these counties. They need It Th re has been,no a gtnentatlon of .

F. HUDSON.r times of the last year or.two. havi The others. do not.CHARACTER.y 'the rte of Increase of negro popular MCDONALD; .

I For epreeentWn pretty well put It'out of.debt, and'l t'on Inc. 1840. The 11' its, population ; M..J. ,
4 W. KING. It gets as ,much as! ten cents for"It IN BUSINESS., Is I creasing, proport nately, faster "

i For ty Judge crop pf cotton this !rear and than :that of the blac The'' negro I .- __ ,-
,d HEYSERt million bales it will Pfcx1.UCj"eleven Success is .character, _Character is mor litq. la greatest ,In the larger I
Foe Pit ecuting'Attnrneyt to invest In manufacturing' success! Whichever- way It is putthe cities where the negr 'populaUon II .

t; Ra R. TAYLOR. other industrial enterprises.'*. "I 1 truth*,of' the,1' two" declarations Is 'the cong ted In certain ar ea. 'It will re- ilL"E'TrVf' Tjie Shoe that pleases every child and
For Fiz Collector J same :, QuIre a long time for be negro rare'In gives them Comfort.
T. GAUTIER. The Texas papers'' note the presence The greatest thing In .the business th a country to die ut, but ,it will .
'ianese
For I Assessor In that State,of Mr. 8.: Shimlzer, Jap world !Is credIt. It is more than money.It proba ly eventually dls ppear, An tn- over twe ''tyzfive different ,styles i in this famous: T
< OEO 0. BUTLER, Consul at Chicago, who Is makIng Is capital. 'And the basis,of credit is ferlo'race that Is so Inferior In W'have REN'" gHoE, and'can easily "fit" :, *
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'For my TreasuretC an Inspection of the ,rlce-grpwinj character. Men > may succeed for a numb rs Is not like to present'agrowl nth '
COMFORT.
of 'the southern counties! trickery and deceit but not) ;* '
I ULERSON. sections : Ime by' g problem. The negro problem ] ; .
For Superl tendent of Schooi' where there Is a, Japanese colony ,engaged permanently: When a 'business man pros ts no gTeat' dan r. The white .. It is the Only Shoe Especially I

R. E. HALL. In rice cuUureu. He"Is reported loses his'character he' loses his ,credit race'amply able to c pe with It It ,
Designed ) Fit Feet.
Their
S S For Ce k Circnlt Court I as much pleased. with'the evidence ; and therefore loses the larger part of may ,t times become a dlstu'rblng fac- .10
E. C. DEARBORN. ., success and the adaptability of.: 01 his capltatr ': l' tor ( porarlly, throng the influence '
., of,Texas for the : of Stanford &'' Co. Opposite Express Office.
Sherla portion production The, vast transactions commerce of po Itle-al demagogue or Ignorant ,
', JOH FROHOCK. rice In which Japan i Is now Interested are,carried on by faith,In fellowmen thear ts, but the' solo Ion must rest : .
For Cou Commissioner.i from 'the Increased{ demand. for' tha What are"checks, drarti,,exchanges of with he white man, a cording to the

i M. R. JOHNS, food 'article, as a result of > every, sort, hut evidences of( men's Jud ent born of expe fence f : .
E. 'LIMICK The Consul, who has lived severs honesty? ,
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,- 'T. : INFIELDS years In Chicago speaks English Character Is success because it EDITORIAL CO" IENTS
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sEwELL I and is described as i i a man f small I li brings larger returns than dollars. It -

"' 0. TWtEDELLFor. rfj i stature, but "broaditntellectnally| an brings satisfaction. The man wnt 'The C'olumba! (S. C State (Dem.) + Burned Out-d

IE. pool Board, I a'worthy representative of'his great builds "character that Is like" a stone Fays: "Iq the ,second ear .'or Cleve- r
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Id SIMS peoplFrom the long experience ol wall before the assaults of temptation: land's, admlnlstraton! I cost $1.22 per ,I :

W J. PARRISH., the Japanese In successfully cultivating the man who, successful, does not be- caplt to run tbe 'g ve nment, In the 'of our former:phce, i.'we will continue in V
'BURDIIVE rice, under,Condition* mach less favorable come soTdit;;' who is kind "to his employees sewn year of Rooseve '8 government

'. than, in Texas,]!the State is' exected helpful ,to his J neighbors, remembers It cos '..14.to keep the heels tumlng.
7.an > to derive rubstantlal: benefit: ; the' {I nor; the, man who is Yet t e Republicans say we don't HARDWARE r FURNITURE
flual lulnoxla gale seems tov rom'' the "presence Of the colony 8I't1 broad.. -mlnded"charitable and ,pnbHcsplrlt know .hat we are tltkl g about when I ,
give he : But, wanlS I
as go by. '. tied there- 'Mld 'ofbes projected to "Kl-th's' sort of man Is doubly we ca I them ext -avsgn L" "
II I IThe'
'- i I. arrive/, ,' i .1 l successful.-' Ignoble fadeless, ( is only BUS J SSatl217'Aven .
I IT e Repub1l ane are thankful .for 1 Noble Is ,
successful failure. ., success, Buffalo 'Conrle (Dem.) flaYs:
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',> rp I fey r.: lieere rejoicing over Are-we, all,,'goingI'crazy?' 'Several II' successful Character puts amen "Vpry little comment I found In the 0 ide
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+- e Garth Bl'k
victory ,
1 ; I Maine. J Chicago experts declare, that the above and not below his dollars; ReilUb Ican press on lh matter'of th ,
; If' them '
'I tency Js, in that direction J':, One.of while making money he| makes a.life; Iynchl g of a negro In b'e Republican Temporary j I *
f jr amps just ow': le' .c ock'fUll'of pays that of the present population of while'saving dollars he saves his>oul.Success'Is State f W'omlng. ut President As Quarters.:

.. lIf1ct1; "he 'morrata and,RepubJI- Chicago one person In every, 159 is insane j character.! .Cu'aracter Is suc- Roost' elt' has written that lynchingmay "

,. ere. a& It I great,:ahaPe, over tbgretlst and 'one' In everf f five predisposed!' ces.-Atlanta Journal. Ie beneficial :to communities, 4 J W. jVjiTSON", $
t t to insanity. Allot_ these experts agree theref re denancaUon! of mob law ,

..' '. a touch of fall l 6(night. 'We1v that Insanity has increased at a re-, ROOSEVELTS, SLANDERS. should hi wt! heW-.unl liS the demon- : t .
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'durl ;: strati are-In the. So theThe +
c gone trough; a long? hot and markable'"rate" ng the 'past-ten! s
If$us sU 1m but t have''all stOOd years 11':1 over,the cItdlized'world.FDr._ .! Jefferson, "timid and shifty doctrl- I 'I __> _. >, _

i it:r patlt'Dtir.1 I king forward: to 'betterS James P. Lynch sayi"At+| the present atre.. ,. .'"' Philadelphia R ra (Dem.) '.

t. t more !comf rtable mea.1; rate of 'the development of'Insanity! M&dlson! ; "incapable." says: Applying the M ne test; to the New
iT ; and with" present .conditions :'of work ""Monroe. with'"no special ability.". ountz at large-an In reeve of 7 per. ,

.! 'naker ntydesperadors and! : and living,unalteredf!,'half' of the clviljlsed'worid Jackson, "Ignorant" rent I the Rl"publie-an vote, as compared .

r t'rl'rs now poslllblyr, ..'that Iti I will be more.or less insane Van Buren,; "faithfully served the ith the tally In 1 00. and an increase -
is rase if b e to be good. ""Prhon i, 5!* years f 61-now, f sad In another Sort mammon of unrighteousness.Harrlson. .- 'Of 2S per centt IJ1 the Dtomo"tlr 'Nobb-y

.tam dow$ many a bully I yjars. from that time; under the same .' Taylor" .' Fliiaore "small '" vote_ aim romp red with the ,
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,,, i rond'Uons. most or the Caucasian! rare p residents.-" ;*' rote 0 '9f-hl're ds It leave the i '

J'ith&V :will bs mentally. dt' '!I ged,'and, clvlljittlon -, Tyler. "a", politician' monumental. Gread.0ld Paay'! The problem Is In.tl'Mltl Suits ;
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Cot my Record: ofTBartow, 'f| ) wiped off. the face of the earth ttleness." {; ,; g. and It Is III re to set the ,

(tors. ProfesEor'."11J by the mnltltnles o'.Goths'and'Van- I Polk. 'exceptingTyler; the 'very. I hustle J s of both parties 0 husllng.II ." I
a J i Hid ,b fog Fucceedcd by"Mr. 'dat* of'Asia.: "' This is a-dark and for mallest" t- I p pPlrrt4' !{ I j j'I -II For Fall and Winter r

age Bt'l of $walneebnrn": Ca:,,: biddlng outlook. But' let us' hope that' ''I .. 'sme'1: Pollthan'of. ,; low car The New York P i (Ind.) sage: '
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eed i-mt'mbt'r-ef the Geor-"!,the conditions will b >|improved. CJyllK:! a-ty.! i t'mo g the c'ilrios'rtll"8" If presidential -

a.1'rIT! turl" tn 'IzaUol. through all ipe" ages: ,has managed I Buchanan. ,' "one'of the i i small preslftata. i Illterat. re is Mr. Roose alt's 'reference This Cut represents r
( I !! to'steadily'Infor ] prove; conditions,1! :i d .; '" r' I II t the Democrat C leaders say tit
e'Orl ndo tar relebrated! its"first: the betterment, of mankind, notwithstanding :1 I 'brivat 11' about the ta If. Of course' : Latest Design.

I day eat ursday, 'The Slar..Ia.t ;r the. discouraging! data I'' SmlEWHA.T".EThARGlC._. I I they! 'b1' not said If to h'm; hence he -
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4 ,rigbt, well Ited sod newsy' paper,'+;i that the'experts, sometimes!dig ul\!\ \i l bU l' wls: 1:1 hS leU r the gossip :
MI the II I. net opolla trusts Editor I" t: t' There to! an .apparent' lull in. the In-!Iwht t 'h hu ll'en carrier .to him. Hut I I' Prices I : m

,;. 14watt may the Star grow and, dee4 ;l THE QUESTION OF'.BOXDIS .}! I Ir r ferret created as"a ,i result of the St. stipc) men who bare heard !lIs.own $10.00 12.QO $ srT
'. $ JP t It 111. stand as:a Jlonu'i I --- : I II Louis convention.Ve, aseume,,'
''s to la' mory \\and', eforta. I tn accordance with the,wishes!of tae ever.'that this lull is only temporary. ., Can he' most rerklt's. talker, xhd -: \ x
I ] ltax-payersoL 1 1 : Miami, an election his ',The people grow W 81"Y"Or' long camalgns -i ever t In the White! ouse afford to Serges, '
IHt e tonal 8'mpalgn 1ag9. 'C' m- been called! .to, rote on the quastlon'ofbonding and the campaign hls'not yet'[I 1vtt'l rich oomparlIOn! between pub- j

tlvel I tIt Ie interest't'I tis shoWn for, three purposes, namely: fairly opened.' The "apparent indlffer-:I l' utt ranees' and 'Onfid ntilt)saylnlts'! Worsted, j jII t
Y- 'tile there: Is general languor that To build a city hall and firemen build enee1.Y as'noticeable:'on one side as the j f jovial epithets for '
ii : rente. The campaign Ins; to pave streets Jin the thickly'setitied.po'rtlons other; Therebas, '::never.been any ral ; Mr'rEevelt's! hi sCornful char- II Homespun. D ts: 'CDZS ,

'I! efal atesJdl: o"'eYprand' \ the spell. : of the 'city I ,and ,to' pup-, 'nthnsiasm, 'over Roosevelt's"candidacy,?! ; men' w o' think themselves "J ,..: AND
'" -lotlnC stage hu not chase an engine and, other"fireappar.tus. ,The convention which nominated him deep In his roan I&.:bad much + ""** 4 <

I' -Jet. been tack j October' wm,. be the ., 'i I .- '*: t ,i was'a rat and dried 'affair! and the'lip better, enjoy the right f privacy?:'for R. W. RHODES &.G'
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'), I HE' Griffin. Stuart Brown, 'Willie Wilson making advertising pay and all' it wants man brothers, has been conducting a '1

DAilY Nil 1011 'M TR POLIS." I and Rastus 'Jones, charged with vagrancy is a trial from these who are. doubt- ,general merchandl business.aDd. t e BOD1IK A new rym.3"itlm E.prcially* ...;_

( and J. W. Harrington, charged ful || business of Uncle m. .

TES,BER 20, 1904.' with sellihg liquor without a license. V -I -F The railway station Is to the sou h. \I Dealer !lUll> fil" .f. )> AWrPeracWyaimnstI Scholarly: .JM'Cialu.uo

:, :pES fY'nE ..AH are colored but Harrington. This morning II I Judge Heyser was occupied of the Duncan reslieeeence. while In fro I, "

,, In hearing the case of L. R.I!of that residence d across the ra 1- \f rT>' \ T G Our Motto: ....... nron't
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:Iii,' SIAll t. "The'"Sweetest .Flower' That-nl ws" 'Smoke, tharged with assault upon the I( road track 18 theh me of Charley a d 'WANTED seed. Wilson; k

: Attire is not'sweeter than Thelma, the'. new person qf one H. E. Ritter. 'The par-! Hilary Altman. r,, Flye. I Address I The Pmlktt.. late City,ffarUiJ.

4 ooLr: perfume. A delightful ,odor; delicate ties' are rJsldents of Pompano, and '. There JS but lilt business condu t, ---. -- ._... ,-

/ :b5 p. m. yet permanent, Thelma" is becomingthe while the :|State 'made out its cage,I' ed in 'the town, nd Hardy Altm n -

ill Close for the ohh-I favorite among people of refine- aglnst dE-findant, JudgeHeyser said' would be transact g but little or' 0

:15 L da.tC ment everywhere. Call.and test It'at that'In view of the fats< "leading up to I!business If It Wt'r not for the han s

:15 our store. We are glad to show it because the differences- and the nature of the which W, M. Dun n operates In -
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t it makes friends for. Itself, and assault he did not feel disposed to-bold dlluting'hls turpenthne.sUl1. Befor t Is 7 1Y rSP.t.CIAL Y

T n us.. ". ?' the defendant and discharged him;with trouble, about tbk. only excltem t n
; w't; =R lkEM s. BIscayne Drug Store a warning[to< both parties not to, engage : -' which bad been: a orded.the town as
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j' It,T'Wba, -Elution tlr John C. Abernathy, Prop. in a'difficulty over trivial mattersIn th arrival and de rlure othe tra. IIdally. .

;,: City of Mi the future. The defendant was represented .. Aside from that ,tbere has D

Racket S i Schogl ka, etc.' :Mr. W. 41. Burdlne is now in {New by G. W. M. Williams and the no life at .Baxter.The A. DANN.MMfli.

I. Cohen'& Reluctlo sale.Mr. York City buying, a fall fend winter plaintiff. 'b| M.: D. rlce.'I. ,I! negroes 'Yh live there and 1\ o .

r stock opf goods for his tore in! this I 'I are emplo'edbY tb Dun ans have n ulliiat, .

A. T. atigny, of the Jnver, city. He continued to improve steadily On the of.this month Miss Ada-, 'aerrorlzed 'freque ly, and' It has e-
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among the isltOrs the city today. at the sanitarium in New Jersey,"l;having i line who took the course at i I qulred the persua Ion of W. Zit DI scan -

I"f' "i gained about seventeen. pounds before i the Summer Normal at Palatka, was, to retaIn the ':Ther. have b 'n ,I

Joseph %luf nles bab'goa to St.Augustine leaving .there. His many-friends' examined at that place by: the State I frequently held u and 'threat'ued! In f. -

t7 on a visit to re vea and will be pleased to see him looking so Superintendent, Hon., \V.' N." Sheats. th woods while at rorlchy some of he .w..ew..w.- ,,,

,"" friends. well,when he rturna. ') '' for a State, Primary Certificate- ,:: She people or Baker jaunt1, Florida, d Are You ?
I '. ,. obtained at said examination a high Charlton county, Ijeorgta, :Mr. Dun an ingjtoBudd

The little f schooner Pea 1, of Cape Nett week It Is IntTeption of Mr.Hardle. per cent' of the questions given her'by has had a hard In retaining

Sable, whlchiliae beet in rt for sevt superintendent! of the street the State '{Superintendent: was ployees.. tiC I
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t, eral days, 4 ; for home oday.Commodo4RI work and gangs, to put the city:prisoners awarded tHe certificate, which is a high i IF so, OR if YOINEED; atiiLD.; MATERIAL -

In'l'Onvlct'garb.. By doing this compliment for any teacher., |,After OF ANY KIND, you should,.not fail to see
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.'
M; lduc of Cocoanut the prisoners can be better watched and teaching four years on this certificate ; ., -
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Grove;la to tbecity, y on bust= distinguished from the numerous other she will be given a life certificate by

f" neaa 4J 1 1M1 negroes"about the streets. Accordingto the State.1! Miss Austin te&n xt Department of the Interior, Land'0 ceat t J, A McDONALJ :& CO 1
Hardie "all coons look alike to of
Mr. week to assume her duties as one ,
.4 Gainesville, Fla:, september 9, ..'
1 Mess W E Colton, J kaonYUle, him" and he wants to be able to distinguish the teachers,In the Miami High School: '1' I '
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his bunch from the rest 'of i"1 i. 1904. Dealer hi La aber. Laths Shlzles Mo.ldl.8',Oislafv Brick: ,
;' and Ei win arnier1 of H rmon. Mo, DeLand Record. >
J,! i the them. \ I' Notice Is her that the' 01- cCemeMtPlMtertUlrEtc..:. ,Yards and offlce.Are fluid 14th St. '
well known psyelingt' .aro i -' ; a
: "men i. lowlng-n med seller has filed no Ice ,I..vvwww.,
The yacht Mr.
Granatsa, owned by
city today vy ting thEtr t e I 1
;!i'J I I All of the applicants for certificate N. M. George, and which has been a of his Intention tq make final proo In ---._-

Fires In tOmflrst w kman.blp; as school teachers in'Dade county examined conspicuous craft In"these waters' the support of his claim I .and that d t '

,' first fa tffg lent bf d atingpeopleteIAYay during the week efclnnlng past two ':'Jar three 'season*," it1! Is reported -, proof; will be made before 'John I B. .

:' an4iEme Plana. September 5th. passed with 'creditable has been chartered by.Mr.: Clinton Rellly, 'United 'Sf-tee( commissioner, -

',' Buah't'Safford' o Coii percentages. One OP two'of the'appli of Haftord Conn., who will come, at his office, In 1. Fla., on Octo>er The Hudson Bi ycle.

rr cants for first'grade certificates failed here In.her early this fall to remain all 29, 1904.. '. vli.; Otto Stellrecht, of i leyLargo.

A eompetl v1r' examined on for the for that ,class but were successful';,in season* capt. Chaa.:Ball, of the Klondike Fla., H.1i No. %1109, for he
getting to teach. stt of nwU., sec.: : 5,,t. 59 I., r: 40 e. He
posltlonof flerk-carper I the local second grade permits: Is still master'' her, and will ; '
on' A few of the colored applicants failed names the'follOwlg: witnesses to pr >ve
/ ber 16t bring herj South. when ,he, will give
; postomce 1111'by'ttre 1board of entirely while some of the others pass: the berth and:Join his own boat his continuous ret Idence upon and < ul- Is Built to Ride ssioLlsl 1 -'
and up
,,:;-r+ examtneri COI\\ ed with! very,high Averages. which has been berthed up.the river tlvatlon of said' lend I viz.:, Joseph A. The choice. of prof because it is,

.. all summ r. Capt.!Braj-ne'Ball,.who' Finder, of Key Largo Fla.) ; Arthur the Best,:wheel madd. '
:G steanl9r iMartlntgne I arrived In colored,' arraignedbefore"Judge mister will\ Finder, of Key L .Tgo, Fla.; J. P. Gol-
: The \ George 'Hawkins. was, Is now; of tho yacht Edrls, 'I 1905 model, $45.|t. '
( port this from Kt"Y* Treats ; Heyser yesterday also bring'that -boat..S9uth'agalnthis, ton.'.of Key Xardo. Fla.; Redith Binder ,

with. !; toon g TA.. hI' wilt till' afternoon on a charge of highway season fop her ,owner, arriving here of Miami, Fli.' : .

} Thund..,. ,Iqr h_ WrW and'. robbery;' preferred by one;E, L. Crock- some' tID! |'the latter part of October: I I! W.::: G. ,R BINSON" Registej. '

;., HnanL II 11)1. ett The ..evidence. introduced did not or first ofi November. I k s. Don't Throw Awayy lour1 Old Tires. !

warrant the charge and Hawkins was '
I SCHOOL:. BOOKS
Britifl 'achooner aul Dell allowed guilty to aggravated'assault "
; The to plead LEGAL PAPERS. We '
mmlnl Bahafna Illa I dy me ID this ,'and for'which offense he was r i i .... 'AND'! can \'ulc3r.ize.the and make them'good '

,i Ii morning witq\ anum; r of colored tD.1: 'taxed a fine of $5000 and cost'or. six The fol[owing papers were filed for. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. in Miami as new.who vulcanize\\ e are T're onl'1 people" ...

migrants 'I)1) a II tel nd triP of months'',In the county__ prison camp. record n'jthe office of clerk of the cir- i

I the Hotel ntlt; thlr port rv.D U1m1 1rU He Till: likely. gu to tho rock pile IOU today: | ,
cultTax
; with immigtanle! this sum er, deed State of Florida to W.,H. i, .i .

'._-..' :itr. Robert Cochran'Is laid up with Gleason Ill the sum of 61.21 lot 103 Ourrber: The Hudson Cycle ''Cpo
: bro ers, attend- ,
\.,. The schooner{\Three, p badly sprained ankle which will likely or,' lots.,206 to 214. Inclusive, Gomez : : ,
palavers at work < n the light- :
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Inc the I ils morning- keep him confined for several f;weeks. Grant. | ., : 4 tOO$ Avenue D, : Mlarni,. Fla.
out, again: t
house went] Co.to
the streets Dallas Land
". Mr Cochran was walking on Warranty deed Fort .
: with 'supplies for those M work at at an early hour last night when he p:., B. lent for; $90000 lots 9 and 10. 'Tabttts: .,< OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I

: Carey. Fo.Fawey, ,Rock and AlltP'- 'slipped in the mud turning and' b\ockl1: t.t.lIamt.. ''" .+t! Compos ion Books '''';: .-.- -.-"- .,, - ,- ,-- -, -' 'I I I -- ..-- -
tor ltghtsMr wrenching his Bright foot. He was removed Warranty deed. W;'D.. Cash and wife Pencil Boxes '

to his room and Dr.:.GramUng to' Belle fes Reese: Ella D. ,Potter and I \ '
IL, ('Hord. mmigrationoMcer Peas l 2 Sctt Our raread; r|
:: 'turn home summoned to dress the injured ;mem i Frank: Ml Dlmlck for $1.00 lots 23.6 "
"' at port, yesterday ber. He pfonounced'the spraina'seriouk and 7, scctldn 14; 'lots 2. 3, 6 and 7., enlpeOCi'S.\ \

,: went three trots verdeea eeka Igo, M sttiotl where the hX' one, but hopes to restore the,, foot.. section 2. ; and lot 2,' section 15; township ,, R ',\ AND WE '1'IL .

to its natural condition. S3 south range 42 east and con Inks,
funeral of bI father Wb le ales; Mr. .
taming 329.40 acres, excepting and reserving .
Howard suited Memipble,' Irmtnghet9..Atlanta Thursday the"sun :crosses"the equa therefrom flat acres describedby SeconcKnand Books Ta en ; Add Years to our Lifts
He N
c1Gea
afA other South .' ..: '
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tor,' or on that day it will ,begin its Units and chains.", 'in change
.... has resumed his dutjiee he declination southward,, and' coolerweather Deed/!'odel ,Land Co. to Hannah. : N. .
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( ,generally Sands for $2000 lots 13 and 14, block J .
This event s '
lTerdie set in.; '
Street Sl rnten eh Ba THE Bakery is the only one in _| mi.that' makes
,
..repatrlag followed ,y a tropical storm orequtnoxlal 23: Mode y THIS .
has the prleoqors at wo k today galesome times before and Warranty deed, K. D.: Osteen and RACKS;:STOR:
TWe t str t from Avenue 151.W'' and cakes by Machin ry, and thereby ,
crosses theepuinox1al'meridian. wife to annah N. Sands'for 1 cuAru
in some times after the pun Avenue D. near N E a ox. i \ t
.
ThiIetnet badly '
D. tae n So far this seaeon lot 15, lock 24, Modelo. I Expm Office, ln>pneti rn..
undermuch tions.
will more pond Try our
need of wo1 fpr 8o e ti a end it I healthy.
Warranty :Gus Blue and wife to -
deed ,
the we have escaped the gale but seamen I'; c'l ,
,
ndlpon
tho ugh" c 1
now pi n and are";of the opinion we will feel I S.' F: Butler tor $82..00 lots 27 and 28, 'X t'
,
t off beiq( the rsleed cu tng egb Inch"s either side higher winds and change in temperature block 1, and lots 25, 2G.-27, 28. 29-and l; BUSINESS LOCALS.SNa.VKNWXSNKSasZS'.ZW. ; j. / omeMade Bread ,

i before the'end of the week, 30( .of block 3, South Mangonla., \ >
f' '| Geo Zapf, C .
LeaseilA- B. Douthitt to :
4 'cotta a at '9oralt and think it jlell cake.:
las
My
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FOR ''Marshal Flanagan said this the two-ftory; frame building with all'!! Headquarters fancy groceries, :r. to you .
Crags" a bay hl the rtckell Hammock City connections '.to, at Wilson.. ft Flye 1r will -r
: lot 12. f
licenseswhich addltlon and on .
tax
pccuf edry Mr, an Mrs Iaren- morning that: the paying of dog ,
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brisk block 10 i. Miami: 'Also certain numerous -t' ,
has been rather ,
tie six months Is 'sewln machine out of b art
p your
Black.to a for
so .1 of bed-room furniture,'kitchen : : f QLD.
sets
dog' few .
I since. the "mad escapade.;a Let, W. L. Da ghtry repair U. lIe JO'H.N\SE
Address6t seems to have come to an 'ut.en I1II/ete._ A monthly rental of = ...
Dora. Mi t lira ld Groom.- weeks ago knows how. 1 5 Avenue: -- ,
end and that hevwlll'DOW begin' catching $70.00 Is.*to bespald-for! : period. of Aveyears 11 ..,,,, Miami : :, : :, : '11'Iorlda.
I dogs' rAMiCON, ERYATORV OFSIC.
hockI N telegram i ; impounding and-killing-all J'z .
SheriQ Deed ,Co-to K. Eskild- FRAN N COLEMAN B SBDIRECTOR22 "
found roaming streets that are not Riddel'LJmd ,
of
.
troher ff.teers I :,
this moral g unty daho, stating that properly tagged. He has not built the I'son, ,for] "l.00 all of blocks I ,and '2, TWELFTH 8Th ET =

Bingham yet but as that la a small item ; town of Modelo.

be left tae tgbt for J.top E MI Da 1s with anu req J.TE.Elrod d.itIon -. It pound can be erected In a day; after which i1: Warranty deed c, t:. C. Williams to MONEY TO AN-Apply toConnty Hinson Ho 1l se 7

paps ; Sta for embeaalement the war on the worthless canines will :Josephine S. HQ'ner for $25.00 'east half Securl Co., M. Y Brow oTL .
a
wedin' twat :- ,. t i lot 3, bi' k7;-Miamt.! I II B. Shaw, 43 Twelfth tzeat ,
an vrho a a confined In be'on.- ? 1 1I I -, f
t Newly Furnished In new boat on. Rates S.SO per day ,J
1 the ironntyf au beret I The" houseboat. Everglade: .,: ; owned by I I BAXTER iv., BAKER. COUNTY." !, Needles for i kinds pf sewing machines ',SPECIAL BY WEEK!. J 3SI 114th St, Miami. Florida '1

l' ; at 1P. 14 Daugbtry's,1005 venue J.. I .
George Z pffon t iCtlterd y leased tLc ,Mr. Thompson, a large contractor$ and IT .. "
t -- -- .-' -'- -
A Plat'of But Few Houses and Turpentlne D -
.
building ; E1eve J .the e<<>t 'nelt!'-.tji flnano'er, '! of' Philadelphia, is now In.the :.' Base. 'i -' '17 _
{
-i corner wifrkhe I tilrtm saloon WaS: Indian river en route here. and from .t WANTED-j'urchascrs. : reat 1- '1 : I

tbe f wner, Douthitt,:for here she':will goon a cruise 1 Iin the deuces, built order, th easy It tall-
stl'rdatmorning
period I ,file to be used u a gulf maters, probably as far'as Campe- i The! imes-tTnion of y ment paymen .. J. 11. Tatum Co. p

U saloon a but inB. ,years Is t pay therefbt l'hBa on the Mexican coast, 'retun' \hU'de&Crl'':i s Baxter. Baker county Reel Estate B kern lYoungs' armacy J JI ;
,waters laier'in the ; the scene of, the deadly: feud be
Coast
,to East "
oh th bulldlngJo- Ing '
Ite :
$70.00 pet t. :14'Duncans
1903
fupltju: In t e rooms" season. The Everglade was here for tween the'Altaians &: : j I' FOR SALE ne Orient' uck-

eluding tIy two weeks: or ,more. during. the latter Baxter, where 'the troops were-or- board In food! djtlon. Price $ 00.00 in.fl.
her owner I and 'dered, and where the kIIBngoecurredThursday I''cash. AddrF B. M. Potter. Vest, A complete and' carefully selected locW. .Ve. buy : ;-* jI
season
After zetxi a mpt resulting Inacqu part, of/list, : ; mall quantien and often sve* can them heck and i
good luck night,' is only 'ft small i station Palm Beacb, ;F a, al\\ays.hare
ltal P hi Um the S ate yesterday party /having' exceptional f oI the AtlanticValdoota: and I pure. Our customers gZeddt t e beneflto this and are always satisfied
made out ,u clgnt cai against May t with tarpon and/other game fish\ I S&uthFlprida 'FOR SALE.. Ten acres of i pthe
Westerii division! of tha,Gcora ;
: : 2' f rJrinks
Rlcbardso aDd Jt'T. ban, charged land, fl'rst-clas for fruits and.v getoa. ; inn: ant
> Inl adultery'. trial wax / Attention.Is*called to',the attractive": pm an Railroad about mile / i -
with livl> a crudely bunt, bles, west of mon City Jj
a' ione-story house, {
In ,
oo all 1n4 fore Judge eyser and rq advertisement. today's papSr, of .but we!1 furnished.lived th'e Duncans:f t d.a half, an not far from rock roadWlll j : : : $fpnla : : : : 4.Ji-
salted he'defeitdanta being jointly Whaler, the Jeweler. The arrangementof I on sell rhea Address "Land, care ;
house and the,
of this
he south "
held In nd of $40o.0o tc 1 the advertisement Is from a designby To |\de of the railroad track are a The !oletfopo' at the !'wt< fountain. pedal? cr | mama artd sherl et* Satnrda: 'aafternooni.agd '
tQy the real! .Court Mr. G. D. Brossler, of the advertisIng same We hnt r.
trialtp bE'en'j evening w yor'patrotageariFviy{
,
appear numbei .of>shacks, which have ,COUNTRY ROPERTY FORr.. ,
The bond ati given.T and elrcplatlon'depirfinent of the time bath always endeat'O-'t: to_ peel that yo 'get the, be! t in pnr'lm" '
Metropolis. He will be pleased, to render erected! add used from time to for' Fiveoom ..ho; se with cI tern, : ITw ,
assistance to those i[stores,!t In' oDe of these stores,Is the and' necessary out-ho aes, wltJ1'n or .I .
be can
Yester y DeP She tif ton Gore all the find an excuse for their fail- ,postal ceo this building is 'owned by more acres 0 good trucking d.'.'at Personal Attention: .* Aneee 04. Doors Ntrtfc! *f rest Off t* I ''i
count prleon esmp who may "
carried to they icted d sentenced ore to advertise because ,they "haveno W. M. pnncan. though for the past twoS Orange Glide five'mile from give a to all prescriptToas! W. E YO XGS. :: PROP.. 'l

ale at the pyl t rs' 'of con t e'ewe ty-coot lass time to write the ads.."' The Metropolis t S years ,Hardy,.;Altman, 'one of the i men On good rock d. fan:: on or a dress L .. ',,, ,";;;;"'c'. .1 he' ;

toward under arrest and the elder of the Alt'Walter ,Wald.t M1amL '
week., ey; were Joe Petry, Chas.. is ready to. do Its part, ,. .
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i in Jack onv1lle for a' tew days .before I xPTlcT.z
tHEcOL RED PEOPLE. Cut 'Suil returning!home. I
'H I Was to &
iron
: To Whom it May Concern:' *
WHEREii H
ELS yWorld's
HERE AND
.' 1 I, C. That Suited Him Mr. B. }Barnes, of Eatonvllle. Orangecounty Notice !. hereby given that the lye- ij

i r-- has purchased home hen, dorslgned Intendj to apply. to His Eioellency. \ ,
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and result are i I", .'
1 as a we and bas neat fbiir-rom cottage erected t- William ,8. Jennings (Kn -
Mr. C. J Sanders, ofon'Sunday the Rive
I flow working on 'ILII He la among the- : : sulcolored ernor of the State of Florida, on th e
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was in tow Fair '
FOUR MEN TAILORS menThe 6th day of October A. D., 1904 for Ijel- RouteS .J;;

Muter lekvo lomorow I ; Fellows' ten Patent -on the proposed chart r : .r
ahJ.'d'oforders. oid hall when ,
,
in order con hereto annexed.
to keep
I .,
for ladustrii '
morn Etonvyij leted, w II be a beauty, costing abou This 2,7th day c.f August A. D. 19 Best Line to St Louis :

btliuoC' to ,if .k Heconp trm_ our .; [:All this has $2,500. I : Is quite a'credit to the race, ,AMES T. SANDERS, '1 I .
.j- .
Mrs. Jo Wright bag n sorai been brought about ,by. Contract d for and built by J. P. Part W. S. GRAMLINO. | I--
whallndlsp'' ed''! tut Is mu h improve J
this wrjtinj. f work. men will lead the race to the front CHARTER. S
our :
1-; { 1- The undersigned persons, James) T. { '.
The daughter of Mrs..B.,B. Brown, !
of the Sanders, W. S.i and J. H.
Mr. Ch lea F. Coiling. one I Gramllng.. .
Miss Lm ell Boyd returned home last Stop overs and r : : ."
going
best cooks] en the county I employed MiamI' Tatum.. hereby associate themselves!together returning;

as chef In#filie Bay 'Jew'', oteL Tuesday' from where' she bad for the purpose e of becoming]li- t

: We make Pants, to your been spi' ndlng a few days, with her I corporated nnde the laws of the Sat t at Atlanta Knonille LoqiSYille Asfieiille >

We fJ like ; t m ther.' father. 'She will leave for school tbe :of FloridaThe ,

meeting gaD\ied 111; our' ItT. Jolothen.caD measure from second of next month. I following! Is the proposed cl ai-. and principal North Carolina }lon tain.Resorts." '

I r :one:. { r A year ago, Monday (the 12th) the terror the Intended corporation. : 1 ,ft
;! UP : ARTICLE I.
$4.50 |survivors,of the steamer Inchulva .
Mrs. x.fra RaYlI, the ng wife cmore which was wrecked on our coast, I The name of the corporation shalj be 1 .1 j

)fro Al rle: return t1 s landed' on a raft Monday mO'jDlng : The! Florida Medical. Compant See High Bridg'1bigh"'ood' ridge' [,in the world,).Famous* .

Ing i''pIeu ant Tlsi friends.Mr Mrs'. P.qw, Chapman received a lette Its 'principal ol Ice located at J& I 1. BlueGFn as Region Lexington and Loui .ville.; .,
and Suitj '
1-' a Catchy and photograph from,the chief steward, Dade County, F orlda ; : reclining chair cars and big class day coaches. Through

ThdtpUjL..' Fan; rer: lrdu! as' low as ,'1 Thomas Tushingham, of the wrecks AFTICLEH. Pullma i sleeping cars. Jacksonville I to S v Louis 'J:

trion Toutiman and p. rty-owner steamer]Captain Davis is now in out! The general ature 'of the bU/iIp-eu/ rot era raten etc., cheerfully furni bed upon application. ,
.
of Lemon citg1 wag In a yesterda; to be transactet shall be the man e. 1-1 "
Africa An the S. S. Inchm rlo. Tb' !

aftemoo, I t. s$22.00M first ginger Mr Gay, and second (,bffl- .tnrlng of, and placing upon the.market. 'J. C. Lusk, Distri t Passenger: Agent ''fir!J i

; on- sera Mil Gunn. and ;jpynson Coo and Extracts and I Medicines com to8 W. St. .
Wlfliam Cit Bay Jacksonville Fla'
Reid, of )
ilr., | himself are now on the S. S. Inch une; wholly,or in pa: t of native herbs, fruit : :/fsf3
thefmoGt thought! of his sm it. :
one of at Gal\, ton, watting'to load cqtton. and berries, and in such quantity and 'I

town. wu,1o; town yesteijtjiejUterary. I afternoui, ::1 lAVe l- They ajk \0 be remembered to al the'.quality: as shal be decided by | the "4

attending ; Guarantee our work 'o ilgi're kind pepple of Delraf and'other ;whcassistedlthem Board of of Dir ;ctors. :

back the money you paid for it. 1n their AItTICLE III. $2|60SavannafiandRetnrn
iHamilton ail
; ReT. F. ,. B. ,the e ; 1 1I distress.Drlralcorreep
Zion ndeace Palm Beach NeiDr R, The amount !f capital stock ph 1 be
pastor ofchurch. Harris Chape'. Jol E. WORLEY' .
A. '
t J. I// r (2,500,00, to be1dh1ded Into 250 I area
Indisposed' Get. ,Sunda.; .
,
I i dW, C. Romth, cashier 0 the of tbe'par vale of $10,00 each, hid c;:! l '
nght Next to First National Bank '
p i iP1eue Fll i.Nfitional Bank, of,Miami. as a shall be payable 'at'the option 0 the '

l'j' i i 'ten-cell piece Inn thlnews north nd passenger on the mo 'DIng Board of Dlrec ora In ser Ices; h or 00 Columbia and Return '

bo pt han You nnot be 1r.teligent I .. : j" train S; turday. He was'Jolned:on undap property, elth1 real or penonlI; It'. .

re the newn: I contributing. Will citizens,in oihc in, Jacksonville by, his Iblther, Just valuation, 0 be bed by the rdof j .

IMies I you portions of the town do likewise, :> Mr;Eu en'e Romfh who I. also (, MI.ami DIrectors of his Company at a eet- ;" 1Seiboard
Jour c:1tJ:tDles's N
jI' add! they left for a tripto New rag called for I" purpose. ., U '

EiDma'Johnaonho has beer The; literary on seaterday.iras el! York. ::1 ,' Al TICLE TV.This .
attended,and the following la' 1 ICB read '
visiting tHenda In1 Gain wmle, return'ed --- .- torpor on shall contlnu and

homelaatlweek I .to a delight of papers:"' Mrs J. \VIthtrspi on'rea4< ,'{j COPT. H; I rave power t operate Its con rate .
W,, P. Picken Air
a paper and Mrs. ROT. of the,Seent and 1mmOnit1 for Line Railwaywed.
her many In the Circuit Court franchise!; po ers
: .: both'of wile k '', ,
red!; select. reading, werrely Judicial CUcult.of Florida. Within a term of twe t1-1\ve (;!5). yean after .

Two Jduq'men'; .,..m1I1Ie t ap on Ave ably rendered.) the n aiil'subjector and for Dade Count tbe commence ent of its corpora eslatence. -

OP'' fornrnlp&ID ; lug and slgt discussion *vas'"Tlio) Correct;, Train '
A a 4| In Chant ery. .
: I, !W_ eThink tho should sue.Mrs. Ing of Children," wMctt was very aNr; Bank]of Bay Biscaynt, a CorportComplainant tlon,. I. e TICLE V. -. Aiig. 31Savannh
well-known-gentle--
.,uecI:. ,' ., handled by these :TS. Stuart H. Hal; De- The buatnesof this Company shall
Rev. & i
Bet'aiiii
J. W S. "
men.Piofcssor;
fendan; t>e conducted by a President, [Vice-'

iry J. ;Muriy d 'one' week's Jackson and )Ir. William" alter Reid!-. uj Order;of Publication.( resident, Seretary: Treasurer and Specialj Train''I to l leaie 'Jac&oniille at 'if .30 UL.-
for next Monday
Fbe subject
'sick benefit for her Uttl sir. MlDnlf' t | application.of the compl nr.n; General Manager"and.by such, othei .... .
will be Tha Duty of the Hnstanitoi
from thi-jMetropolItan; Mutual Benefittagod.tan noon by its solicitors\Patterson 't' &-.tDo jfflcers, 'ageD i or employees as maj r t-r-H I I
I : the Wife wclci: .U1. bo [lead by:
I i't ;
It appearing from the affidavit of W. torn time to I Ime be appointed.!r the
.y i bin O. W, Halt .There was rinse Dew : tickets,good returning by re; 'ular train on or before Sept: 2nd
W.' Erldn, one'of the said solicitors loard of Dire 0rs. The office o' See
'I'heJ' friend* of prs..Rev Wit member,elected,in the renon of Mi. Columbia tickets good returning i by regular trains on or before Sept. 3d
for Bard complainant that the"refend- rotary and Tr lasnrer, at the disc Uonof
ham Mi4Iet 1I will be Ined to learn FTeiHalL, | -
ant. Swart n. Hale,' has been absent the Board at Directors may tilled
ryf I m st her home, In1Jaldwln : ICKSONYILLE
that sb : .. -i. TICKETS SOLD FROM J ONLY
NOTES. firm,( county for mole. than sixty jy one and the r same person. [ Th .
ton. WEST PALM BEACH ;_: next .
r : ,es days preceding the applicationtor times of the Officer and'halI D1 close .. .' f 'I' .
th!.' order of' publication and that consist I of three ;member i and! ', O. A.. McDonald, ;" .
cultured : tram be
Mrs.ecgmpbsu. rap Mrs M. J Hall is improving I. '
the residence of said Stuart HJ:. Hale Lnnknoirn.and itockholders [who are to-condn !t the Assistant. Gen. Pass. Agent ,. : ,S. C. Boylston Jr.
lady or act onYlne! now stopptnf recent inness.Wiggins Jacksonville r',
that there Is no person raslnen of the corporation until those .j Pass Agt
at
at Yr.i d Mrs. WlDI Blcb'a j .
,' -rot The sireeL} t Company are :doing: i. In.the]1 State the service of a subpoena elected at the, flit election. sh 01 'be .

business In.their market aDd In chancery upon whom would bind the tuallfled. are:!!
grand '
President''
4B.ROebUS. Mid defendant Stuart H. Hale and James T. Sanders
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; orb'up at fruit'.stand.Mr.: .
Mr. w 0 .
that tie said Stuart R. Hale .. a perron W. 8.' GramUng.'VicePresident'J. '
Fort came ome BaturdaJ 1GIubbing 1-I
LahdmaI"1 quit of- over twenty-one years of age. : H. Tatuul, Secretary and Treasurer :.
aad.leflthis I. C..Chjndler is having
:, 'itcht )o spend a few days ;;
It I Ii therefore ordered that the said ADd James T, Sanders W. S. Gramlinj
in the Zap
business
.
with his
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torMs w tk:. success
: lag
; mo
; Stuarl H. Hale be aid Is hereby required
julldlng, ; and J. H. T[turn shall constitute the '

l: I L *' to appear to the Bill'of' Com- i Board of Directors until said election. Rates. .

24n. arab I. Jlepbu a. the cultured it,.:-I.. ,Curry returned borne from plaint filed :'In the said cause, on or The Officers and Board of Directors. oi'itockholders (
t. wIe Or Hepbu living at IG'r ; befori the 3rd' of October, .
; ntnsvllle with ber three Children Monday, day aid corporation shall be elected at the .
Avenue F.A.safferin! 1e1'I"C'IJ..th ooklng well. t':'"( A. D.fl904 i ; otherwise the allegations of first annual meeting of the stockholders i 1-

t. neunl I -. 'i Bald bill will be taken as confessed by and at each annual meeting of the i : ". I I' '

!- IIwu'a, I Mr. H. B. Speed Is erecting a"three., the aid defendantIt 'thereafter The first an- 'J )I

: 'The 1 tamp test given oft I room house on his,place near the rail Is further ordered that this orderbe mal meeting of the stockholders, and The people of Dade Coun !y 'will want all the news
III the In-i
'. Bunw r. Handset<< Iht to help' .end ,c pad. "" ; published once a week for eight con- ach annual meeting thereafter,...hail.] this year. as it is to because ''an! interesting, one be- .

tere 1 I 1"1. ._ seentfve( "weeks in The Miami Metropolis be held at th 'office of the Company on of the elections .
tQ We ha.e not ,
::;; Joe Dome \bit: echo "
Mrs. Ed Cain, from Pine Island, wain newspaper publishedIn" the he. 27th flay if August f I, "
raised.k I
; learnedl row much w j I town Saturday with a 'Variety; \ p:fInKetableS county'; Dade 'and State of Florida RTICLE VI.' 'I

-I It Come again,-Join. Cain. Dated this 8th 'day. of August, ,..A. D. The hlgbe t amount of Indebtedness : Nation! SlatejKjj ancoiintyits
do keep.yourboys"oithe t '
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---. I904.| which this O mpany may At any time ; _
:' othei night There I Look' > for the, Metropolis .every I day" (Ct caD be 110 good ut of It Keep I Clerk of the Circuit -
t1 ixcept Monday. Through its alumni ( Seal ) amount oft capital-stock.
them h e, and there y they are kept ""f' and for Dade County, Flor I
: ARTICLE VII.
get representation.
I you :
rti oat of iall! j i CoU1111 j !I The name and residences! of the in- The Metropolis! '. .
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L' '.Endowment nay at Payrus Chape Pattenon ft Erwin. orpbrators bf this Company, and the : I
:;" The J friends of Ref W. 0: ... .success last Sunday,, Solid Complainant
ras"quite a on mount of capital .tock'aubllCribed by- Has perfected whereby it offer
can
f able of &othd A. It
; 1'1eld"l e pastor his papers read by the young ladles ach, are as!follows: '
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$ IE. Key.W t. w1U be RIa4<< I i MASTERS SALE : i such attractive rates i for various newspapersthat
.ch9h.lo .rae quite a treat to the &udlencft.. .'James T.'. Sanders (Seal), of Miami, '
r. .to otlth&t.be1s; off n aYM&tlou, for '. -_-:- '. there should be no excuse for people remaining ,
J a" 7a.ten; -Ih rea.
f. a few t veek., 'riitUng ends and rela' Mrs. R. G.: Lee. the wife of: our'merbant Under' and by\ virtue'laIe of de- W. S. Gramllng (Seal), ol Miami, Fla. in ignorance asto the happenings of

tine Iareeasboro. L :reel| of foreclosure. and leaned I
the
r" returned Sunday night from her ten shares.J. year.
rat of the Circuit Court of the Seventh j ,
I ,I old home in i Georgia, loking well and H. :Tatpm (Seal), of Miami, Fla., !
ridlelal of in and for
'of this Circuit Florida
)( E. city
Ebelje t diu
i' had,a pleasant trip. ,
;, reports having I I I '
begnn'.erles f iii unp lut night > county, in a cause therein pend- ten I
tV r Dadtl' herelnJ. Robbins and L.,W.: tate h&reL'f'da, % I
ab pastor H
It" Y. the young Mr.. F. M. Pitman is nearing; the RATES.The Sr

it Invlte4all to Fame t.ReY.. Scott completion 'of his four: hundred-dollai n. hi. ,,wife.' are complainants. I :, ,\

\: arUer hie uncle wll be In the pulpit house, 'end it will be a' beauty when md 'fc. C. Lanier and Fannie H. LanIer, On this d personally appeared befOM 'I I. ..

' : nest Ilgndy night t.' Inished.- bls'wife, W. Mi: Johnson, the Bank of me James T. Sanders, W. S. Gram- .

,, 1 Say Biscayne, a corporation Lucy 'J. ling and J. II(#. Tat m to me well known' Daily Metro oils

Tbeuy! trlanda Professor 1. W. depnty Job( son, William D. Hughes., doing u the persms'described in, and who ,I I and One-Year '
Mr. H.;' Mlcken, our district. f ,
to the fore- _
'Micke$ the able,'p IIclpal'of West msitaess l .as Hughes,& Company, and seedbed tielr names
of> the F.A. A'M, and wife are now '
Palm ath SSbool. n this city will ocCupying thler residence! out near the he panford Loan and Trust Company" olng Artl es of,Incorporation ofthe i. Daily Times-Un' on $10.00riesUnion

, be glq to lestn.or a ncce at the a i corporation, are defendants, the un- lorlda Me(,leal Company, and did sev- ''
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t... =:l[He reports 1 5 students, pur- ut ,, -. Icrs!ged, master ,in chancery will sell, rally! ackn, iwledge that they f\ecuted\I': Serni-Weekly: T '5.50 -

;,: "' ptano ,and everything, Sunday at public auction; in front of the Court the, same! I or the purposes x I, !I ,
Tabernacle
i The! Baptist ) louse''door at Miami, Florida) daring herein exp eased. I Weekly wit.Union \\i Semi-Weekly .Times-l '
IOlngJrell.J chool Is making Quite' success under hereunto l\Ietro1ftis'
whereof. I have
II! he,legal hours of sale on,the 1\ Mon- Iii witness I
lIr Lewis h removed barbershop the.management of Rev. Washington official seal, this 77th 'r !
ill 1, lay A. D. 1904, the same beIng -, ft my i week J '2.001

tp.-' from 11 cone 0, betwee'r asior.'and P. McDanleL;- i jthe third. day'of said month, to. the day of.hafand. D. 1904. : VVhh Atlanta Journal twi aa -. 12.35';'

ntt andj Secgad I ,ts (the Dorsey ilghest and best bidder for cash, the ,
S. M. TATUM f '
Rev J. A. Wannamaker is preparing 'I With Palm Beac '
.build to MS. H Clarke buliding. described real estate'of theletondaats 'IMy Weekly News 2.00
northi: nd of Annu G. )1r. Clark tgputtln to build'"new'church 40x35, having '* Notiry Peptic State at'large. I I [
E. C. Lanier, and Fannie --
1t lu j good a" to do the aln&di( .laid the piers." "He ts l'fine of the Lanier ; [ commission\ expires Feb. 9, 1907. .' .
1. his wife and W N Johnson, i
put'. ftrIt-cl_ te ice.Ne "i uccessful ministers pf this, place. i : Old subscribers ;must all back, dues before '
:f I ,- .. ylng and being in the Gouty |of Dade pay they1

: Mt. Zion I flap church; und..r. Hon., 'J.. R. Scott of Jacksonville[ Mid, .State of Florida or to much, thereof JENNIE. >frrapher+'. PARRISH.and Typewriter. can: take advantage o f these offers and cash
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j may be soffldent to satisfy aald.de-. .... in advance;,! must ac : all orders for
the + e paetiite 0 Rev N. B. W11- eputy collector. for this.district ,was ( ('..ut Rr nninc,IV| itM>n ,Miolfo'd company
t
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Hans added, t..e ty-ux new mem- gown Sunday,and gave si grand lecI'- ,re4 and costs of sale towlt:. work Ti acb..rvf Shorthand. OfficeUW these combinations. 't.j :

:- ; t1re which showed him toj be,a piece Lot Twelve (12) and the west half ofat 'Avi >n.e D.ovrr Bank vf RiManItoan '
i. li :00: to ute aad 2W to t-.OA. i .
Sere! of oratorical genius. thirteen! (13)of block! thirtyelght3sI RcfUciice :Si A ,I ( north of the city of Miami Florl
.Is no near large e oogh to'bold the I '
Sunday III hUe .' Mr.- and Mrs. Johnson are doing an id ial| according to a'map of .&td'c:1ty, Men whji should be 'posted claim
people ou
.' excellent business in. their! restaurant tide by A.'L. Knowlton. C..E.?: and re- that the coming orange crop in this Im-:
.
:;' : eotored e1Uze of the Baldwin j )lr. M.C. Jenkins still continues his orded in'the office of the Clerk of the ediate section' will be considerablyrger MamrM! tropolis..
.
.,. or the dtJ ve main steps Intlte'rljht : restaurant business with .a|hopeful dean ::1 Inuit Court in.and: for Dade county, la ,than the crop of last year; and. .

direction. .hflD they bunt,' I '.;! lorlda., :-r from present indication the fruit willfully 4t.'l"

f the rosd.throwgh e UDtl1"lI; energl.g I '-reports I .. ,' ii f .. H.1 F. ATKINSON, be asgood| in quality idlest year, ,

tt of Itr A: WIBL hit reslden Mr:' A.! A. :carleton that his Master It Chancery.. No better trait left'the State last year ,

" a Aviena. to 11. T, Mtehbit'a ,I better half has returned from her tripi Patterson A: Erwin. than that .Shipped from 'Wanchnla. S: ,

"'c K bean.: Q. sum or the dtfsensr i Georgia; and is.now visiting Meads |So'lcltor for. Compt emants.P j Florida'Advacate. r' I .

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.. .I .. . . . .'. ... .. .I.. .' .. couurt of ... .. proeeenUog -f\
record
a attorney, Incorporation ot each'Jweafter-tacorporatec

So __ RaiWEVV R.. S.. WILSON to be named the county solicitor who municipality Into one of rack

It E2TwEE MAY 29,1904. hall be appointed by the Governor classes and no law relating to the cr*. .

I and confirmed by the senate and 'who Won government or ot
powers
Uatl ;be gut Jiio.ao NorthandWJat I I" shall '.''RIB say j
Contractor and hold office. for four years. municipality or number of municipalities x

... 'y .IacUo..It 1.; ky 1i; v *C aon1 __ y 55pLVJc.up compensation shall be fixed by law. ,ties than the whole of a clans l
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LvJeenpOa.-- -.Mky 104opLvaaanae.
,_. ."': a RY, 1053p Is a,. Arllaco.OL-,.,-,"->- 1OU.D. Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution shall be ralld. (
., ... . --.So :
'.Ar Columbia.irCiaulOCle-_. .-.-.- By ky aa0oa Nome, Ga..._.. Bo R, 7k :. of the.rtate of Florida Is hereby Section 24. Article III of the Constt-' '
:!
.r 0..0..0 .'C- Ny 1250p Ar Dawn,Oa. ,_.,,... So Ry 7. amended so .. to read u follows: tutlon jf the State of Flo.ida :
hereby
Ar Da.vllle -- Ky I1 ,,. k a45a :
r : 'n. -- AtleingtonrKy.-AClncJnnaU.ObIO.Q4C... Q&C a74pArRlebmobd 74opI.v NOVELTY WORKS,: .Section.%1. All offenses triable In the amend so as to. read aa. follows: .TMSewn
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.. Ry 142p
U cIunul 0 Big Four lop Builder of fine residences courta of record shall be prosecuted 8, Article VH1 of the Constitution .r
a Specially.lrigter -
" '"' ... Ar Colrago, hl ........ ........ Big Four 7104ArCMdoUe.v I upon Information under oath and '
c' Ar j.c.burg ; ay up .. may of the State of Florida la hereby
..
: Slop Clnclba.l1U ., .. Pr nn BaSp -
'9. I { ky ArChla 111 . .'..PLlnr. 7.4Ar bll"k.. be filed at any time, whether the courtIs repeal! d. "
for
ArN.ttogton Ri WSabPp I omea tonrmtit, tmHineita in fact anfthluffAnyone i tb! building. i .. oj
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;' B.iatkIp i. a 'r4U r rCblraeoP t.mU.Yal U.. ..... ,: _..?:.-.... CHaIt7t9.Aril & a.pi. Contemplating building would do well to conralt me Id ward t>j> in session or not. by the county solicitor The rotes 'cast la compliance with; 1
Yok R _.... KRI w4vClncflmdl,0- _C A a4Sp .pecltlca(ion*. Bring a member of :The) Bailden. Exchange: and'mploylnif t but the grand Jury: of the cir- said roposed amendments and the .t
.
__ -.CH&D btU. bat Unioji men.I can guarantee BO Ubor trouble on work. Lou me or.
my up cult
ArTolydn,0 court for the In which said
.... county
Limned.
t' No.ao.1i. gtne.cd no ... I
Ar Detrolt'Htcb_. :.C 11 & D 725 t canvass, declaration and returns
Daily J'UIImao r.wtoR .Jm leeptng Car, court of record Is held, ma.lndJct for .
L709aeiDnui.O 1'Llaea Stop .
'I.ck.oarfllem .York ArPlneburgP.....,._ ..-I'Une.' ap4 I '"_ : L offenses triable In the court of record. thereo shall)( be subjected to the sameregula .
= .. Ions and restrictions as are *
pro
r LrUocLnulO BlgFour9JtpThro.g6 bi!
\: fand XD.ao _. _..: 045. Upon the finding of such indictment,
/ he Sky" Arlerrlud.0- Blgyobr r ;; Tided by law for general elections lathe '
W1 Craham.
f' .Iael"I1I' 110. 111 7 4'p v Lrri.ton; Y ..": tlo Ryl Ry i Gaup SgP0 .bade Attract the circuit Judge shall commit bail 'St ,te of Florida.In .4
I: ,;.11&....... ,._. .o- .. to II, 19,8 ALouiarlllr1 Ar q 510 _._._Y.:_ .__._ No Hy 7 a5. County the accused for trial In the court of rec- "
'r ... ells 111 ULArA I :1
testimony-whereof hare
hereunto :
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he1M10. X. .... 110, Ih 1501, 1a 11-"fe Y7orldaUmlled,' D.I yrofdAt i ord, and the countY solicitor of said
. Hot eprlug4. N..-,c._-. ... $o. 111 t47p ve tlb.led train throu.k On.che.bud Pulltban' .j : !i ,:t..conpoo: .a,iSEWELL :, court shall Immediately. file therein, apt my hand and affixed the great
eeoV
Ar\.oxkllk'T: o.Ar M0.a Hat SleepingCa.v111etuNewYork. seal of the%ttleof Florida at Talla- .
.. 1z abth ..
Lonllnik :-- and information baaed upon such Indictment -
At1t. _. ..I$0..1y 456p hasse4 '
J..IuII: the capital this the first day ot .i'
ArClnrlou&tt, do....._, .' tltC a15a NORTHWEST. ix0.17 JasKsM.Jackwa.Jr.VM.4Pre I\ uPon which Information the.
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L.4. Naas"D.lly nUm.o dlr.w tg-Room ..udBureiBd.'rpl ... .. BUILDING, M, AMI, accused shall be' tried., August A., D. 190. .. > ',
755p
J eunUleaod dckwnrilleFla. .MRy .
u t.M.te. e v '. ... *So R tOMiPAr (L. B.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. ,
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8C. Loup I.P Je.up. Section 29 of Article V of the Constitution )
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SORT a an.
ltaeon O} : Furnishes
of States
ArAUanu.ya4... ; __ s&R 554s I aecurate and Ct mplete Abstracts of the State of Florida Is I i Secretary x
ArAnxieatlAla.. ..-.-."...... o tt sad ; or Searches, of Title to '.. .\
Ng 1t 1aArYemphLTen. hereby amended so as to read as follows :.
:. !or1d' Fait 1lctet To Ar BirndnKlumAla..w.._.. ". ....-..-Frla.wl eWDArKaew land in County. We own THE DEATH PENALTY. ;
I ,Uo .Frlarn ae aaro '. Abstract Books of 'all tl e, land Ke J : I .. .

SL Levis owon .7aie arNMVOring.ark r Rrmnh.. sun .. --H t 9Nw S. LSee.a; attcrsoa. cords:of. Dade County : .: : :, :' : : Section 29. There shall be no county A.Ideath. ttl* thing. sometime results n 1.

id Treaa. court in any county where a court ofrecord
Nora, "The FloridUmlted. L ,', ,.. __ 1. ...... Is established. Thus a mere scratch ladle ..
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5-- nlflcai t.cuts bolls, bar pall
Section 30 of Article V of the Constitution or puny

P New k W..hl. A otUaeoogq RIVALS ells-NaeB AT"WuklO JACBSO1IVILLE 1 "FloridUmlted."aa3LmFroMKanamOily. sod Florida: Llmlled"F 7S _m.FromChkkRq 1 iffEO. H.' 'MEY.ERS. of the state of Florida" Is. hereby, the death, penalty.. ,It Is wise to hall' .4i

CIncinati. Memyhl Bhminghamete.-"FloridaUmlted.e.-Nu. a:450.m.rroe i amended so U to read as follows:. Buck! >n, Arnica San' ever handy.

CL.cljtmUAebev1U etc.-Naga."Wah0gm.abdrlurld.Umtted9254.m. .t Secion SO. The clerk of the court of If* it* best salve on earth .and wffl 'f

Bound Trap 8tlmmer Tourist Ticket. no7r on sale. Ja Contracting record shall be elected! by the electors prereit fatality, when Burns Sores .,. .'_

of the In which the urt.1a Ucen.. ndl|Piles th1' aten0DJy'. tte. .\;
Fla' county c established
103 Sty-J&eksOnvllle.
L\ J. : tI3 RistricPa. anger; Agent, W..Bay I r r.j i
Launch Supplies at ail 4ru Iat&
TAYLOR P A. and ahall hold office for fouryears
CIOERT:o It. W. H G. -t t' Batteries Spark Coils. Et '?
.j r' and:his compensation shall befixed .
B H P T. L BROOKS Ir10BGA1f, A., Q P.1.t THAN( ONL- ,r
litlcL lltl C Miami Florida. Write by law. The sheriff of the county TWO IS BETTER ,
shall be the executive olllcer'Qf aald 1- <\
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the K&TBOPOw.- :
--- Urre't apointerTor
t;,. = .R D -r T court; his duties. and fees shall ,be fix readers! You want to save money ;.

g1L BO A ''DOANE & ed by. law. and we know how to help joa. We ..Ji 1
RAUI can Ox It M yoo'paj a little more tba "
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Section 31 of Article T of the Constitution
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the of one paper and get the &we t-
j price ...
lEALER' of the State of Florida Is hereby. yon want. The pnee of the Daily .- !(t
'3. A Line Railway t IN. I :amended so as to read as follows: Tlmre-Unlon and Citisen hu recently '.
: heen jredueed to the following pricee j \
: Section 3L All rules of practice gorcrnlng Tb lDont.U..... ............. f 1 II' ,
4;; FOR ,:<; ___. ) Choice meats, :Live Best Meats Chokest the'circuit court shall be'appli-: MX uontbe....;..'... t..!........ t 00 ., J
.' i' .1 Polite) Attention table to the courts of record. ,,Changesof One year.-.............:......: 0}'
Camden Southern Pines. dressed poultry FAIR T)! SA U maybe had 'from: courtof W< propnM to tend you both tbs J
;, Say on he Cul; mbia; : venue one Daily and Sunday Tlmet-Union an* .}
Rtalei h Richmond Washi>fgton, Baltimore. jd s record to another court of record or Uitlzjen and the Manoroua for:

to the circuit court of another countyfor Six month................" .... f Sft "j
J. Phi adelphiar i e\YYOrk. S.oc..eon'to ... the same causes, and under the One 1 ear...::..............:...' 6 JWf .
CO. was.tabllalled tll.
;i will send the SemiWeeklyrin
yon
j .I" Corner 1,3th St.and''Ate:' D a...be..s.te.a. laws prordlng for changing the venue ri-Union. and Citizen and die ,j

{ Two legant Trains Daily. ... j from he e1rcult/COurt of one county to MsT torous. u

{ the circuit court of another!county.: : The Six month for................. f I M ,(
Se boj rd E Cp ess '. .aboard ;Man .. < Governor may In his cUacr;tlon.order One ir.ar."............:........ S 00 I
: SS.centa than tat 'j i
Ttfcii for more
I. ; the circuit judge having Jurisdiction of
.- Mod rIl1Pnllman Eq iipment.- I } j :Corner Avenue:B ani llth. .Street. 1 f the 'circuit court of any, county _to and price for! of fifty the daily cent, yon more get than two tbe papere re- 'f Aular

: THIE hold a special term of a court of recordof rice of the Mmoroue,you get .J,

,6'Y", +i G. %. MULLER, such county; for the purpose of.tryIng tbe peml-Weekly Times-Union' amp
1 Citizen and 'tbe Farm and Teals
1 1 I Ioprl .' such cases In which the Judge of ,- '
.. Grc er.. :
r a4; dtU'hr' ugh slaplrslfrom\! Jactsonltfe. to lieriOrletus, fl the court of record 'shall be dlsqualt- .Se id your ubacription to UI.- $.4sr -i

z fled.' Parties to any''cause at law In a In adrance.always at these price

1 I : SAN CAR t court of record shall hare the same Tarn Urraoroua, .)

("or 'form ic.n lid Sleeper ,. rvatiol1"- can 00. any agent of the 'right to trial by Judges ad litem or by Miami. FU .._
or'write J JM I ,. ;' .
funJ Seaboard
referees as may exist under the,Constitution l
I .. : ,:: .'- ,'or .the slaws In reference to W lie Eagle Baiter Sho .j
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Fla.7lr joa..I Y Open aD he year at t2.5btler.JayanJup Si'i .
A. cDO NB L isl' GIlL pus. iL. JackS aTlUe, ,- Cases in-circuit courts, or msT If the
"I'
TfcerALNHOTU boramerelal
: Special per week In Fon Chairs. :No Waking: i
:; men. Large SAMPLE ROOMS Judge of the court :of record ]be disqualified ... i

} !3. q. BIOYLSTOtVJrPass.. Agt.r' .... Pst fU Bo 66S. Manl transfer the cause to the circuit Best Service in the City. '

'. court of the county In 1I'hleb'SUeb. A. COLBY Proprietor*' ..4
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court. of record majrj be. ,:Sin Twelfth Stravt.LU6BING ., .;{

Section 32 of Article V of the Constitution S


::r'.F+: '4 last CoastRailwa II C ''o You -Intend To Build.; amended Section of BO the 32.aa State.Courts to read of of Florida as record follows' Is shsal hereby: "be RATiYou ::5< .1.1i ii


abolished by the legislature'only upona
: SAVE MONEY? i petition of a majority of the registered .. '
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where i .. ,4
I 1 voters of tile county, such
; '
r ARRIVAL'S:' and j i' court Is establish* i can save money

;: _I INFORM THE in "hie. all b r, nches of the, -ARTICLK &%VI[. by' subscribing ".
: j DEPARTURES. ".- .. T des \ .he want ::1
A II' ing are represented. That the following :'amendments to papertlO t .

O.F. TRAINS I n : .\members of thi association Section 20, Article III, and Section 24, S

-': \.L ontractors fully wilt Inrn' .h -plans; 8
AT M_ IAMI. FLA. Article III, and the repeal of Section J
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SF i., I ::1"I'h lions and cst. ,mates.. A of Article VII{ of the Constitution ot IIRO GIl, .THE .
J .i here-
the'State of Fforlda be and are ':
Contractor
A ssociation. by agreed to.and shall be submitted tothe' MetropolisT
'. T1
FLORIDA
'. I IJ.A electors of the Stateet the general .
s daily at 7:90 a'm. .t ij '
No. ,
ra 9-Ai"riv! election to be heldiln November.. A. :H. I

No q-.Arriv s' dally at 9:5 p. m D. 1904,to-wlt ;| j.
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3 ; ; r 'I Pierce & Section 20.Article m, of the Constitution We can give you 'j
; j' of.th State of Florida l+ hereby the Daily Time's- -
I I I '..
I. N 98-Leaves Miami! dailyat,7oo p. m, .'- '" amended so as to'read as follows: Union and DailyMETROPOLIS ;.1
t' "
,. !I. : J T5 N ,, ,78-Leaves: Miami daily at. 6oo'a.. m.: I TBE.C: >N'LY'I Section 20. The legislature" ";shall of not the I' for I:
local laws In
: ; I l' l' I pass special or any : $10.00 a year or
JCL following enumerated cases; that Is to + "
'I = "7 bothfor6ntonthsfor
I ,1 1 ,$ SLrJ '.- @ say regulating :the Jurisdiction and : five dollars. :

I duties of any class of officers or for 1 ,
t. :
Fo further: nfo!mation .' 'Painting: Es : the punishment I of crime or misdemeanor .
I enforcement of
,,' ; except (or the

J Se h: e'TicketAgent.S J : ;;; ,I special local laws regulating ,[the prac- I .,:S
I MIAMI '
G
J
: : tice of courts of Justice? providing for .
"I'
j< I changing venue of civil and criminal e.al. )

..j J D." HlU, C. ,p Ta 1, st.. AUgUStIn"", Fla. "" !IAvenue North: of First Nay, caseS; granting divorces; changing the

y 5 vacating
. . . . . . .' .,, names jof persons; roads;
$ ELECTION NOTICE. : 1 and received the summoning and empanelling grand and MetropolisSemiWeek

until the .ex IraUon of petit Juries and providing for their ,
(Continued from page three.) -I
JAt1att.Coast Line. I term of offlo .. ,compensation; _for(assessment and collection

_: and woo snallbe appointed by the GOT. j jernorjand j! Section 25 f Article V of of taxesLfor state ,and county 'atl .

; I confirmed by the senate anj 1 Itntlon of the State of and municipal purposes, for openingand
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Q Nt tipie. 0It excellent eernce North gut and, '\'Vest'', via who |hall hold his oClce tot four years.' 'by,amended i o as to read as : conducting elections for state and :

A C COAST :The Fttoous New. York and Florida 'Special The annual' salary of the judge of said Section 25. The court of county and:'municipal officers, and for !) ..

4 train of Compartment SI8f'plJ1c. Dining and Observation Carl, court! ahall be paid_Qnarteny, by I the ]j'hare ezcluaii e jurisdiction of designating the(places of voting; for '

el lighted, OQt, lases SL Aupatlne daily except Sunday at 11JL.L counter where;such court la inal cases not$ capital whleh the sate of real estate belonging to minors .Times Union
and shall be aa follows: la in said countr and of ..
Ye New Y It' 46iP.1L foltowing' d&1'' t'8t&bllahed'j fcnd of all estates of descendents,

Flgida and W bcUali>Limited,earrrtni Dra1l'1D1-RoIm, Sleepera andS lea than fifteen thousand In 'which. th'. demand. Ol,' persons laboring 'sander: legal'disabilities .. .

nil Can, ave JackIODYtI1I at 9:00 ALL dan'MTI NeW York 2b0M. one thousand dollars-, counties of property doe not exceed one ; regulating the fees of officers of 5.50 :::1
from fifteen thousand' to nimy thousand dollars,'and concurrent.with the State or county or municipalities: aylai'Y
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tar. x>pulation, sixteen hnodred'dollars cult all excl informal invalid
Pullman ; court a hare giving effect to or
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t alto and F1 Umlte4, solid train of Sleepers Dining and '
a lr": ; In oonntiea of from tntrry thousand diction of proceedings wills' legitimatizing chil- Ts
deeds
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F .T&eboDYUle' I Weekly Metropolis
tars daily at 9:10 A. IL. arrJn Chlcqo .:00 ,
lo forty-fire thousand population ;]cible entry and unlawful. dren; providing for the adoption of I I
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IJI'counties I I
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4&7i two i honsand dollars; lands and tenementL children; relieving minors from legal

$ I.1U. more than f0r 7-be thousand population Section 2( r f Article V of disabilities; and for the establishmentof andSemi-Weekly J 4
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alc reij to Chleqo ind a. ImU ur1Nnt Chlcqo ':11 P. I[, St Louis of record now established n q _
courts
all criminal amended so as to read U '
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In this ate i shall upon the Section 26. There shall be uniform system of county .
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four ad one.bait hours to chteap MnII'hoan to '
F quickest I'D 111 l'. adoption' of this amendment' ?: become .. of the court of record In government It shall divide municipalities -f.
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i. ). Section' 27 of Article V of Into classes of not more than four 1 1 Two.Dollars. IIi.
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I' jai and' ail officers of such criminal tntion of the State pf Florida On the basis of population: It shall provide -

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GOOD JADVICE* TO 'NEGROES' THE JEWISH RACE. In English that they, can take care of. LARGESf AREA IN'WORLD. -* ...

,. -'- An'|hour Is given to each village and REPRESENTATIVE MEN AT PINS .,

llaaes ri Merritt Talks I to His Raw Interesting Statistics of Their Popula- only jthose'natives accepted as pupils Is Covered By the New Koreshan Town CN THE.'WORLD'S FAIR Every woman cap find use for
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About C me. '.tloir-Abl)',Com Ued. who have no knowledge of English. of Estero. .' more no. matter bow lavishly
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<' Thi Igorotte :has been declared by I \ she Is supplied. The price U
t ; ", What Diatinlluiahed'\ Statesman -:1. ) .
The t$'ampa; Tribune of Sunday',con- An American 'Jewish "Who's Who"is ethnologists to offer unusual opportun- A writer in the Fort Myers Press Others Say of the Educational and"' S within the reach of alL. Plain

Year Book for 1904.Just gut in New i a e sold as high u $7.50.
by James ] '. Merritt (color- pa ie of rapid development Estoro. Iteecounty, which is said -

edIn, which be gi res sound advice York, but that- supplemented j with Th Negrito is regarded as one of t3'cmost to cover the argest area of any.city !n i. The public! utterances of distinguished ,
to thod 'of his race a the 'South: much other Information about Jewish! primitive races ever discovered. the world: men who have visited tbe world's EA Pots '.

AdvIoV to the' negi'oes. In looking life and activities in the C'n'ted State'. His tnental qualities are utterly untested Inasmuch i s the proposed Incorporation fair have but one note, and 'that of J '

throngl the imai'national ti1'ty:ope. I Cyrus .Adler, the editor'of, the bail:I .. : t of Este 'o' has become so widely emphatic praise. Here are some of Only reliable quality of silver: ;i
hs/ve v erwed the future conJil'on of undertook to publish biographies of all Th+ Model School Is in session\ with known tbroighont- county and their counienu:' plate is stocked, and Test Pot

the net roes I I wlttuui a change In this' the rabbis and cantors In the countrr. the 1'lsaY'an 'or ;,higher, type-1 I Filipino State, and e< en the nation It may b<> Hon John Hay secretary of atate: "1 ( ) prices ,for, full size: Com-

country The future condit'.cn of the He sent requests for Information to from [[9 to 10:30..each morning and from of'some inte est to the. readers of.tho have"never- seen nor beard of 'anything soflue. njence at |6.00. Then 17.00'up to $35.\ :

Negro ill be Hark \ mess then learn. 694 persons, and he is i.Me to preieni 10v3ojto; 11:30:, with_the Igorotte, )Moro. Press at hoi te, and abroad to"note. a Hon. Leslie M., Shaw e cheaper ones being much plainer "
secretary of the
1'1 these tt wj J fact, tnt not only learn. in his interesting annual the sketcheso' and Negrito children.. ', t few points o ncernlng the town-especially treasury"Any father of a bright boy can ii treatment, the. higher-priced ones
-i : bilt I 363. J| it afford to send k owing,evidence of superior skill In ,
them act vccrd! gI). t its ren arkable area and locationof him to the Fair simply to "
First is: :that this c inntry b 'ollJ:' to The list of the .spiritual' guides of LATE SEPIEMBEIt AT THE FAIR. its( bound: ry lines. While! the town study."any one of at least a thousand exhibit decoration. .. -.-.

the wh telmani', : So >ndly, .th '.*, ho is American Jewry; Dr.,Adler calls "the St Louis, September 19.-The social Is 12 miles' i ide and 12 miles long, a Hon.* Charles H Groavenor of Ohio: "A -

the soiree from which we get ow first installment of an American I Jewish actlwith\' !ty -at the Fair has been 'resumed .contains, on count of its shape, only visit of ten day by a man of ordinary ,ATCHES. /
educatl IB.J' Thirdly he rules aDd will "Who's Wbo' and he. expects In the coming of the pleasant 'autumn 110 square n lies, and not 144 as one aptness and appreciative: capacity to the Fool a woman once and that

rule pr dominate, as any other*nation" future: years to make it more complete weather'and m&li elaborate might suppose.j Eighty-two aquara course Fair la Is almost a university.equal "to 'a postgraduate settles It Cheap watches

will do In,her own a untryOf : -| funct ions have been planned; by the miles of the corp ,rated territory: consist Hon. Benjamin B. Odin governor of never built up man's. bus-

copra, they bro ight un here and Among the other features of the forel :n and State commissions, the of land, and 28 square miles are New York: "8L t.n..1 baa been badly mla- it ese ..,We have the kind ot watchestat'
learned Tug I what little we know and of year book U a list of gifts and bequests : Boar of Lady,Managers, the' exhibitors covered with water represented by accounts which say that : enable ns to say- we selL. more

course lei ought to t ank them for It to Jewish Institutions during a id the Exposition. omclala.I' The aggre ;ate length of 'the bonn her wonderful"Hon weather la unbearable. .The Fair I* etches than any firm in Miami., Come

I do. If no one else < loes. 'Now what the last year, most of them by Jews. Ma t ly States will! celebrate their days dary lines I 44 miles; the northern George. l:.| Parde. governor of Cal .Ii 4 and talk the watch question over; :.

I want to I',say is this let ns atop say The list fills 15 pages, and! jail parts of with Impressive ceremonies during the boundary bet, g 12 miles and the eastern fornia.: "Th governor of the Golden 8tat o ', if you cannot, write ns for a copy -

ing tha the white pe< pie are mean be.. the country are .represeatedby .generous lattei part of September. In each case bounda' 12 miles while the main Who baa spent' all his life within her border o our book of watches fully Illustrated

cause tpey ,won't allpw 'us ,to eat at donations to educational; religious the governor of the State and his staff, line on the west extends in a southeasterly about*, find hi* slate that until he b knew. only'the a llttl ,
cam to Fair
their tables with then, and won't allow and charitable' institutions-\. I of many. accompanied by a large delegation will direction, just outside the and saw all her varied products.assembled BRUSHES .;
usjto ','associate n itn tnem ln general forms participate in .the exercises. 'Massachusetts chain of Islands enclosing Estero Bay- together.! H.AIR
Proba-e;:;
Because that ''111 Deven 1'be, for DISTRIBUTION OF THE RACE.. Day was Saturday September Estero Island and Big Hickory an'] iowa lea Albert O. cummins, governor of hair brush is ;

the simple reason w > a're their Infe- This annual naturally devotes; some 17. and Governor John L. Bates, accompanied Little HICk ry Islands.1 Portions of la: on"The the Louisiana Purchase Exposltlon used more than any other ant
grandeat.acale
,riors. I space to the statistics of the Jews, but f by a, party number lug 100 four townsh psare'involved-in_! fact, tbe world has ever _D.of"any expoaltloo -.1 Ie In making the toilet and surely

I say that the whit > people are good these rest largely on estimates.. Ii came to the Exposltlonou- a special an of the I labd tof the four township Hon. Richard tales, governor of IUInola. n thing will seforf the bureau moret

and baa 'to us as: Ion ; as we. are gool.: Germany Russia,,Austria! Hungary train! to attend the ceremonies The except about 'jOQ acres at the bead ofEstero the more;' "The 1 enjoy more It.I "IN of the C Ezpoaltlon laa a nice silver-backed brush. :Our I ,

and start, in our place s as negroes, the and some other oountrles'jomclaJ[ figures date elebrated by D iTassachusefts! com- river, aDd 10 square. miles along Hun. "ennlniure Cbatterton. governor of I"p -ices start at $3.00 and' climb up ugh

white people an gool to us, and will are. obtainable,"but- for I'pert the most mem&rates the establishment of BostonIn Survey cree .. lucrwa.Wyoming It: "t wish the Fair the"greatea.,' as you wish to pay. '; __

die. b !; u.. especially' those of the the statistics are the estimatesof 1620, at which time the name of Trl- Estero ex ands to' the west within lion. Franklin certainly Murphy deserves, governor It. of New

South. j Fh)' I jsay especially of thr bren who have given careful .consideration mOil tame, denoting the three hills of five miles ot OtA Raise;'It l le 10 mile Jersey New : "It la?>.ell north. coming from DISHES 'T

South. U because I 1 ve. In he South to the subject As. the cenagj Beacon, Copps and Fort-was abandoned from Fort M en to the orthern.boun- this Fair Jersey" to >
and when']we do1 Uyeie heinous crime BUS of the United, States in ac- '|or the present designation.Virginia dary of Est 4o. and 14 miles from lie lion AB.. White governor of Wet very 'bandeome del- \ s

and of ;our, places, why they corclance .with the spirit oi Americaninstitutions will celebrate on September southern undary line to Naples the Ylrglnlui greatness cannot of thla apeak Fair,"too'I strongly ,of I signs In cut glass. They 'j

i. are ( us. {and will get through' taken no heed of the religious 21, and GovernorMontague with his About one hlrt-slrth of the entire Hon. William '7. Bryan: "The Expoal-! form an uncommon wedding or holiday
with guout quick, not only us. bu convictions of American citizens :' non la an unparalleled wonder." gift. They come In almost
) staff and family, and the famous Rlch- to itory or county lines In the corporate Hoe John Sharp Williams, every style
member of
their also, ind I don't blameAhem whether native born or naturalized mon] Light.Infantry Blues 'and the Jlml ot Estero; the area 'or congress from Mississippi: "The moat heart-shaped:: or oblong dlqh for $ .OO.
tfi It at alL The white of concerning the wonderful thing of IU kind." t P
; ,man all'statementa Ston wan Band of Staunton will participate which II De rly twice as much at'the Hon. Huke Smith of
the '' South respects ti 41 more number of Jews living In this countryare Georgia, formerlysecretary .
negroes ceremonies
in the -\1lch': will District of igmba.!!! Of the land terrltoryolnvol of Interior under President '
tsThan tie ''white1: mai of ,the North based uPon estimate.. I be mi rked by the.:dedication of the Virginia .- : ed, the Korshean UnIty Cleveland: "I am' highly pleased with the : lINKS.For your ails, with strong .
Some 4nVmay t ask the question Why Jewish population was: estimated : Expoaltlon and believe It to be ono of tho [ i links thus Insurjng
The building owns about ne-elghth. or In all 7,5x} triumphs of modern civi lauon.", ng I
so? l| ft because le white ruui,: of : !I Frfcternal Day, September (26. win acres, or el en' square mil a. Hon. Ferry Belmont of New Tork "In I long wear. Every neat style

"the South' will, I las a rule, call \11 by In 1818, bq MordechI M. Noah.' 3,000 be celebrated by all the fraternal organizations The seat',f the new 'town 'may no fut magnitude It I* and worth beauty coning the a Fair long la'wonder distance i lade finds a place among our. unri-

our nationality,,! nep oes. While the ft 1824. by Solomon Ettlne.,6,000 in the country, and'elaborate be without interest. The outer circle to ...." '. ; display of these most necessary
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white man of the Noah irin and does In 1826, by Isaac C. Harb .... '6,000 'ceremonies have,been planned to contains th words "Town ot Estero, Michigan Hoe Daniel delegation J. Campau.to, the chairman'Democratic of the I
***all vs coons. To all me a'negro, I In'1840. by American Almanac .-15,000 take !place In.the., beautiful Temple of Lee,County Fl rida." The,emblem of national contention at St. Lou!.: "It lapoaiUvely Td prices gq as hfeh} as $50.00.,
he because ... 60,000 I alnful .for parent to fall to _
name reiy mu h. In.1848, by M. A. Berk..4. Frat ralty. the seal 'co elsta of riling sun and bring their children to the Fair."
see
..dmIJJ i negro from ny heart but to In 180. by .W. B.. Hacker! g..230.000 Many conventions and congresses fwateracape: I''In the foreground II the H. Paul Dupuy. editor of Lo Petit Partalen > ENTREE.DISHES. .
i a:I coon'' is a ,grand insult tone In 1888. by Isaac Markens {.....400,000 are t > be held, notable among them being representatl n or a swan, symbolizing of Par!.. France: "I admire too Ex- 1 No wom.n can consider her
for Its
b* suse a coon walks oa four leg In 1896, by David SuUberger' ,. .937,800 the Congress of Arts and Scienceson Immort.aJlty !urroqndlng!! the picture position ubllme. It* general Immensity beauty ice and spirit Its of cotnpleteneaa. tho- E stocE of table .complete without

square, ;fad I walk on two 1p'up.- JEWS IN THE: UNITED STATES. the 19th and the International Con- II a laurel oath. at the top le a Ix- ." one'or more entree dishes '
Y right; Now, U 6m Who lore his race The Jewish population of the United of Lawyers and Justices ou the between -.tho Prince George of Bavaria: "I have never Tureens,. Vegetable and Steak
and circling
I I .. pointed star seen anything prettier than the St. Loula
Jet'III' 'try'. : to do.' ,the rlghtithingsnd' States 1s estimated' at 1,127.268.The 19th' star ud th rising sun )1 the motto: World Fair- building when outlined at 9tlhea.' in great.variety. All In neat .

stay in pur place and quit saving that total Jewish Immigration to the I. Other special days following in close "Th Star City."' night light"with their. .mllllona. .> 'of electrlo, it glass designs and. moderate prices .

tho whije,'people are bad mud tl'l"'t'us; United' StateS through the portent succession are:' [Arizona 19; ,Nevada; Guiding I S Hon Loul*' K. McComa of Maryland. : : considering quality .
mean $ecane It Js a latake, we treat .Phlladelphla.aDd: Baltimore Arkansas "Th greatest Fair In the world." --
New York
20 21 22 Lewis
; Illinois. ; ; NOTICE OF CITY ELECTIOS. : ,Hon. Jolt 1'. Dryden of Now Jersey:
ourselves mean and t le worn' enemywe : from 1881 to July 1, 1903, waS and jClark' Exposition 23: Idaho, 24: ?' "Tho people have no Idea of the grealnea .>
f haVe is ourselves I believe for a 761,598.) This does not take Into account North Dakota, 27 Utah 28: Kansas 30. f" of the"Exposition.. Every American should RINGS.This ls our ,favorite depart

fuel, |hat two-thin s of UM negroes Immigration. through:I' Canada or 9y : ,. 8y virtue the authority veted In colt.T. P. Shanta. president of the Cover probably because:'we fit

who! are killed If the truth>>,was known. ;at other ports than those mentioned. APPEAL TO HISTORY: the undersigned by the laws ot tile Leaf rout of Chicago: ""Tn Fair to a Meucceo so many dainty fingers-some,

1 a negro] or,negroes iras or were the These figures make a surprising contrast ;-:t.N ____ t State'of Florida) and the.ordinances of greater. success and will a* continue It progra.ea"become a >t| Ith engagement! rings and others with

a ": -cause 1 M 1 it The Y Ite man js' good to those for the British Empire That was a happy comparison made the City of Miami, notice U hereby given plain gold circle, that.binds Jtwo lives

: to us. ji mean M a mass. He It really which Is credited with only 276.614 by Colonel Watterson In his speech at to the qualified electors of 'said city 1Ugld Faemdtd Aether. If yon want a ring.) come

good anyway. He Is. as a rule, pure 111i' Jews, who are described as'follows: the'tUton'. dinner, between the Democrattc' that the animal general city election Mm. Van: Kensselaer Craver te11ia ere where the best can'be feed linked!
7 whoever he nndertai es to do.. That's : will be held in the city council cham- do lowest!
prices.
: England and Wales:......L.. 167,000 oligarchy of Plerce/s day ant tory of a Washington hostess who, L..
'. why God ;blesses bin u But we'ss"atole Scotland C..f. ,.......">..,... 8,200 Buchanan's} day : and the'RepubUcan ber 'on the upper floor ofthe jail building invited an attache of one of the foreign I'- T. C

air not so. there ceo more. fort' Ireland ..................+( .... ,3,898 | oligarchy under Roosevelt ;.on. the south side -of Fourteenth I legations to'dine with her.'I The WHALER'
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'maUtyfand; fashion} about us than any- Australiasla :".'r..m' .'...., 16,8701 ."After forty-three years of but twice street ;,west of Avenue' D." in the City, | invitation was formally I 14 Twelfth
'' accepted, Street
( 'thing 4lie I belle4 for a' fact'tbat: Canada ...p...!" .!............... z ,oooI broken I .dominion.1 said 'the" .eloquentLon' of Miami oi the but on the morning of the appointed MIAMI.

; sr,th.l" a jiaw> e that church I /Barbados ......I.........t.$ ... '; 17 me Journalist, "this party ollgarc FOURTH MONDAY IN OCTOBER.. I IMr day a note,'written'by the foreis-n- *

[, members' shouldn't w anything but: Trindad! .t ... ...t........ ... .3L item. Is 'proceeding with as: high a A. D. 1904. I er'CI valet'wae received., which read: .NOTICE. C OF SPECIAL MEETING.
f' gowns ere wouldn' be but very fewt Jamaica .. ......i.} ..... ..t,.... .400 j han under Theodore Roosevelt tb'e same being on the 24th day ot said ""Mr. Blank! : much -
as regret very A ctal'meeUDr ;
lp Or: the stockhold-
ot.a"nl flus belongg to the churcof h India n.; :.. ....:..: ........ ;... 1828 aftei but a little longer'dominion the month' : 'the the poles will .be open that he will not be able to be : n of the Miami &
f ,Godi A. a rhle; e like to make a South Africa ..:.}'t..:...:.. .. 110,000. Den ratlc party proceeded 'undjr from eight' clock a. m.. standard time; at 3Irs. Sniffs dinner. present Mortgage and Guari -
tonight, ntee Company Is
I hereby called
L. show ptj we .don't care very ,much Gibraltar .......f......... '.... I,000 Pierre and Buchanan, and from the until lundo n'on said day. ld., E. n be is dead' =:Philadelphia it thelomce| of the to meet ,

::. about fori Prin ple Malta ... .....;.t.............. .1.3 sam cause-,the belief that it has Jonel MFro; cber, R. C. McGriff Ledger. company at, 7:30 a
: the October 3 for the .
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New iD iconclgslon, I will 0) 'hat.1t I have been pointed Inlpecto. and purpose of votI -
Adeni..t..i, ,..... .... 3,000 world In a sling and may doa It I amend .
,wllt\be! letter far 01 n thl ,world and Cyprus ..... ............:::. ..." .119 pleaies." -, 'I J R. )1: Smlt as Clerk to. Conduct saidelection. British Morta it7. 'tIn and! the charter changing the

tia Ltpe l.v orld .tD, co e, to dreg ou r Hongkong '.....:........ .. '.... .143 Co onel Watterson has uuderetate.Jthe ._ :Lnglandi Raman 'Cathl"" i 1m.& place of business of the .
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Wj prmdp"4 more:and ur bodies lea. Stralu. Settlement' ...:.... ...-' \553 < age, rather than overstated, it The The'omce, to be- Toted for-' are n priests die at the rate of 18,'jTi ; ) and$25,000 Increasing to $50.000.Its capltailia- : ,--

": :rmrH fOS.rlst' nd the rue.GENEAL.GORDON -, new Republican' oligarchy had powers follows: ),000 per jear; Protestant from .

: AND-THE PoPIi" Total....\............ ....:76,614 wblcii even that,'arrogant: Democratic 'A Mayor, 0 sen-eone year. I I men,. }1 per 1,009; clerg'j: 1] 0' H. B. Sh.w"it ,
y Te total Jewish ,popul Ion of'the olig rcby would hardly have dared to Three AI rmen'or. members or the 'ants! B per 1,000;' lawyers, I Secretary and Cashier.

pUN world II estimated! .t 10"n,83. but Eras t.:' .To be sure James Buchanan City Councl each to arve two ye.n. 1,000; cabmen,: 26 per 1,000,11/)1-1,

: the -funnl t .stories I ever the number credited to galestIne laonly' couli shake his' finger under, the none :A City CI .rk and Assessor, to' serve doers i :die off at the per )I' FRED RUT TER,

7tOOO, who are Included In the : one year. 1,00 under normal! conditions, General
Onff'u 1n pan ote of the late of Stephen A. Douglas and remind bum Contractor.
aUmat.eof.uoooo for Turke,. I I'f _A Marshal and Tn Collector to leave while on the battlefield taken from .
jJoJur a 00. Before the that no lenator'who differed from an L Grading.
for one year a record of the past twenty I
years
breakh1, out eJ.. the an between thee I Adm nlstratlon'ot his choice had ever death I I Blasting.Wells .
.A City! f urer to serve for one is only'al theme oi 15
FILIPINO MODEL SC 400i.St a
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forth hd the South Cenral Gordonvoile escai d .being crushed, but he',could Drilled. Sidewalk ;
wits a bitter rebel, made speeches .,. '"" not < rive Douglas Into line. He could year 11,000 per jear.01"Cauao and Road Construction.) .
SaId electrn will be conducted far P. O.; Box 453. '- Mlalllf .
as j ; Fr..
f alt,orer;'the South, inciting the people Louis, Spt.ember I9.-The Filipino wan Douglas. to remember the fate of of Excitement.'
have'reached u practlcab e In the 'lame manner see
-to rebellion. In. his! ardor he made Dative tribes tbnit fortunate Rive i and Tallmadge but he could Mr. Peter Thill, our genial black-
; Xrsquent!i.use, of the expression that position at' the World' Fair elicit only the. reminder that "General I. provided y law for: conducting general -. fliith, now wars .. lmile'ulon.rc 2O.OOOTO
:
they onid whip trie Yankees with where' they are. being madq, the obJective Jackson is dead. { State d Count elections.In as the dresses on the new baby girl Wanted.t d R
: with whereof, I have hereunto
-pop-guns." 'In ;the conflict that, followed point ot keen scientific InvestleaUoo. To-day 'there',is not a Republican, ue'ud who arrived Monday night. It u
amxed caused the SBDjatooce.
City
my
General Gordo wu one of the .:. Following bard upon the-visit sera'lcr; that would dare break with laid Peter was '::10 .excited Tuesday .
I 1- Just valiant Confederate fighters, His of the plaster .cut expert! who I. to the i dmlnl tntlou. With the,Speaker Clerk to at ch the Seal of the City ot 'that he: put the'shoes of a horse on WRIT 2MTI.OOO.:

f .chttaJr b record u .IOI"I-r le'one preserve the different types'for'the anthropological and he Committee. on Rules dominating Miami beret ;this 20th day or. September ','- tbe'wrong feet t. Iso that the H. A CHESLEY;

of the i; brightest papa'ln war hili department 'the Berlita fie House with a coterie of half s A., D.l: .. imal had to walk backward.poor I" Allapattah. fla.DVoPEPTICIDIi.

i tory. S beu the wa ended and the School or inguuage b. Invaded the doze i members ruling the Senate, and Attest JOHN. SEWELL extend congratulations.! = an-I

I, South Ifu yanquls ed.he" returned midst' of the 19orotte, Moro aDd Ne- both!of these coteries of parliamentary Ii.: Mayor) (Ill) Journal. .

to his native torn of Athenl G.. MId grito camp'with dally lesSoDl In En- desp working hand in glove with M. .JCEl: .mr. I ac: !tMt.14 .. DIGESTIONKimonos .

'revived his practice u a lawyer.. Ai glish., Most valuable deductions from the president a condition of personal _j yty Clerk. -

.i few ye-s; lkter wb n a fierce, cam, := a scientific -standpoint are expected to Kovei: rnment; has been reached never I ,
/ I, result from the efforts with the Filipino :. Edwi JC, Romfh.. cashier of the .
pa1p was on n th State, he consented -j befo known to the history, of the;
f tie speak o. umberof places' savage, as no complete records tTnltid States., 1 j First Nationalnorthbound Ban'k.. ot Miami, was. a Sacrlfic T

1.- bat,hl. pro-al''f1'J' lewl were modlned : have ever been made of the comparative M Roosevelt did I not build, up ,th's passenger. on the morning Saio-
1: : litdvanced n ideas ud spoke susceptibility 'of such primitive machine. But he has controlled It more train Saturd y. He was joined on Sue> f

of the bupllding Up of Dew South, uader : tribes to a systematic teaching of the absolutely than any of his predecessor day In Jacksonville,, by his brother, .. .

'" the fI'w! con ltlo a. One night In j jIf' English language The advances made in of Ice ever dreamed of doing: He I" Mr.: Eugene pomfh, who Is also of.Ml- ,
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4 )Moon, C.. when b had nllhed aDrIUlan I by the Igorotte, Moro and Negrito un- his party, his party. la the governmert tint, and' th >y .left, for a, trip. to New I II" 01'r t. "I

!ionlon IoD t PIe lines, aD old 1 der the system of teaching will be the orld Is In' a sling, and they bias York.

1:" fellow bwa In /the Iddle of the au- watched with Interest and especiallyby have Colonel Watterson (eays that I '

". dleDee to Ie, ufo ad raising the Gen- the Berlitz teachers) as they ;areplanning they_ [may do with It what they please r- I I l r .
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era!. 'Al4" for introduction'of.thelr ,
. "Loot beat 'Jrl make teaching English IntQ' the I II [ .
14n't ,
: ; yon arp.r'h Ily.tem.of ; Jacob, L. Trice, a teamster at Clarks- I Bargain. /

; tii; this ter nty, way bad Philippine Islands. I" bur<< W" Vs., shot and killed his wife I
", yonder I 'As the Model Schoo) la not large last Sunday,'and .then committed f'UJ-j I I Real I Estate' Sacks ;

:The ted: 'I bellerei |enough to lake in any but the children, I clde IU the same weapon. ;, andDressing }

'I' ', dld *PI'61"t' '. and as it would' not do to empty)' the.villages 1 I InvestmentsTbt ,

'; ,-Wen.. I 11 uI.we could of all the natives the board "Meji who. should be posted claim .. Muslin

: whip thm' that 1'a ken with pop.I did' not know, what to do to'satisfy that the coming gunsr t 1 the thirst fot knowledle'iwhl h had '
: I ; .. section win be considerablylarge W .
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:ne ,Ce4etal .hood 'witb military sprung up In the savage ,,breast, as a than the crop of last year.'and.: .1 i f '
I eredneni and button his long coat, 1 result of,the school > CtfxttMs. kssrwcc sal ItsssRlkf .
started
DC at the Ex from
present Indication.
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fruit will CnJUUC '
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( TAKEN,Of JSUTIS.
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thlz: position. The offer of ,the Berlitz befu ly as good In quality as last year. AT I ,
" ''T I did IIr. But, damn 'em; School of Languages solved the problem No letter' fruit left the State last year MCALLISTER.BECK I j'k
6q mld.ibt that way'Few. and Uandae and his Lanao i
Moro than" .hat shipped' from Wauchnla. 320 |.2 litfl* Street Mb*Arifa.
; u S Era 1I&&u1e I for September'.'friends are to have all the Instruction Florida,Advscate.,i, P It OOB1V'S.: :
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