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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 21, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1. No, 240 ;T'A., 'W DN SDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1904.Q!) R.MIM: ewr l ltt .:'4 Price, 5 Cents .


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SE VIA'S NEW'KING. I LITTLE ANGELS. I .

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OLD ARMERS'ORGANIIE
orricijis [ Two MANY ROUBLES

; Is Crowned Demonstrations Today and or.There'Threats.were, no Infants Funeral.Pass This Away Afternon.Last, Night," .



ARE N D Belgrade, Servla-, September" 21.King .- ., A BIG STOCK COM PANY There, are.two-sorrowing'-- families in, i ASi FUGITIVE '

jTU Peter Karogeorgevltch, was Miami today and two little souls hive .
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crowned king of Service today. There winged their way to the Great Beyond.
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wu no hostile demonstrations and no One of the little sufferers now at rest is -
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I I"" I attempt to' carry out the numerous 'To, Handle frui, and Vegetables From This State to'the i NorthernMarketMi Myrtle Alta Taylor, the fo months I I .

Primary HfeJ: old daughter of Mr ,
Yeste'da for threats agaldst the new kings and Mrs. R. D.
Victors in Here and In every' garrison town of ami is Made Headquarters:; the Organ zation. Taylor, andthe other Is Marlam Leona Davis'; Alia Elrod, Wanted in
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j L Servla dawn wu marked by a'salute of Baker the six months old daughter of tot I ,
City i Articles of Are' and Adopted'by Idaho Embezzlement:
Incorporation Prepared '
'.- OfJces. I twenty-one guns, aDd''before the sun Mr.: and Mrs. A. J. Baker. Both of

.4.'. -.II.: I waawell; up the king was on horseback / ccredited Delegates I :-What Was Done.r : these little lives came to their earthly oI'
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and rode out from the. palace'at St end during the early ,hours of last

r1 Petersburg.. < ', '--_'' ., night -i J, "

QUITE A. LAR. All'newspapers comment ,upon thecoronatlon'todar'ot Referring to the nesting of the,farmers the board of' directors' f >r that purpose Myrtle AlleeTaylor died at.her,parents : I RELf ASED OIL WRIT .
Peter and at home at 11 o'clock last night of
King and truckers of the State and more .. I
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vo Ii! IS PO FDt Belgrade they express the kindest sentiments especially those o the East Coast In ARTICLE IV Infant trouble after an IDnetll'of but OF UA6fA5' CORPUS
toward Servla and hope for the two weeks. ,The body was prepared lay
Jacksonville Monday for the :purposeof This corporation shall xtst. for the
of ber ruler:" ; Undertaker, H. F. Miller ft: Co., and
prosperity of ,
for term ninety-nine
Jl ted forming a State organization, yearsARTICLE "
: I shipped to Palm Beach this morning
j \ protection, etc, the Times-Union after I V. .,
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WESTERN CORN CROP. I giving the p'rellmlWies of opening, an' The business of-the com )any'shall be accompanied by the sorrowing parents, '
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f' where'thelinterment will take'place
account of which ppeared In the Metropolis conducted(] by a president a vice-presi: .

Moth Inter st Mar c the ,the Chicago con :crop September"'Is not out 2}t.-of Although danger yesterday\ 1!! afternoon, says:.' ,f' of dent.not a secretary more than,,a'thlrte tress 1>rer n ,directors a board ,this Marlam afternoon.Leona Baker 'expired at And' Was Rea}rested Immediately By

A committee on credentials ,was appointed -
'flnal Hone and Canvas I Indications throughout the West are by, the chair and when,it reported -, the' number to be fixed,by the by-laws, about the same hour at her JlM'enu'bome i the Sheri,f-r-A Peculiarly In-
,, I that it wilt be harvested before. killing and an executive commit ee composedof on the Boulevard between Fourth

:{ HowtheVoteSlooI. frosts occur.to upset the present calculationsof above It gave sccredled the(games delegates.of those given Following the president vlce-pret !dent_ secretary and Fifth streets, of the same, com-: ; to sting' Case.
as
plaint and after a short Illness. The;
'i the farmers '
offices
and two directors. "he of
committee I
of this
II I the repor 4 o'clock this
tuneralwlll take at
place
Reports,of the weather bureau last
and be held by
secretary treasurer iy
I I1 discussion '
there was a general with a '
afternoon from the family residence,I
,;I I night,indicated a safe temperature I I copse action one and the same Individ lat., ,The, directors '
of
view of adopting some : ;
-: .Ii throughout,the southwest with llgh(| .thkt shall be elected at each annual Rev. Dr. Fullwood officiating. The Interment -
-1\\ orderly frost In the northern sections followed Some thought 'a permanent organization soil be In,the city cemetery by' .
Although- quiet ) more I i iINDICATIONS be effected while meeting by the Vote of t a holders of Undertaker H. M.'"King. J. E. Davis alias 3. E. Elrod. who has .
by warmer weather. that commion :
wars the stock only, id the board under'arJe.t
others \xlmmlttee'shou1d been
than ordlnary' Inter st wu sled thought < ud Incarcerated the

ill, the primary election fpr city i manheld OF AN i be named to and devise!propose plans the for character an organization -- of eleCt.fiom'IU"OWD'so- elected men iball/'ben'at all once the THE ROTHBUILDING ,past several dsjys. upon a charge of embezzlement

Jelterda MI 1 tt' tl'a+ after 9, tol. officers and two members of the executive p preferred by telegram by :
: form and of the ju
standing organization. -
: o'clock last night before; the jncpec'on EARLY ENGAGEMDNT This, comIflittee'wtu named as committeeTbe execi tlve committee ON TWELFTH STREET the sheriff of JBlngham county,,Idaho

had finished canvassing the Votes. I II follows 1 shall In the manner a id to the extent U Indeed in baud luck, or no doubt '
I : I that
A total of 302 votes were polled and -i .t of said I ,
I provUed in the I1Iaw. ,
Is the
ON ORGANIZATION.The way/ate to him
COMMITTEE: appears "
laid I Ii
when the canvass been jconipletedwas : ,0 corporation have and exei else the powers I morning .

found that ;Vll; of the present BETWEEN' JAPS AND RUSSIANS'AT committee] consisted of'' ... A. of,thi board of 'directors In the PLANS COMPLETED BY WALTER This George.A, Wortey. attorney '

office holden WTho were candidates for MUKDEN-JAPS REPULSED' Wilson, of Jacksonville; J. B. Rice, of management and control of the business C. DEQARMO: AND BRICK' LAYING for Dais alias Elrod appeared

renomlnatton,, had been success it The BUT Delay: A. E. Poker, of Boynton; w: and affairs of the corporation, and before court ,commissioner HF. Atkinson s
TO BE STARTED MONDAY.
only contest, or opposition was, In the ARE PUSHING NORTHWARD., I II; Brown, of Miami;. M. A.,Marshall, shall.,have ,the power to authorise the with 'a writ of habeas corpus

'aldermanic\race when I II..... F. W.Ttahn. .. RUSSIANS GATHER AT YEN TAI.i. of Lauderdale, ML B.,,Lyman of' Lan- seal of the corporation toj be affixed to 12 OFFICES., -2. STORE. ROOMS,.' for the releasye" of his client. allegingthat

J. I. Wilson and F. H.JW! larton, I i tana; G. N. Crandall. of Fort Valley all papers!which may reoulre' It The ,.., :.. 'I Ip' '

were'opposed by Captsla'W1 H Mclntyre -" I Ga.; A. J.Wallace, of Fort Lander-.- annual meetings. shall ,b| held on the t, I no sheriff or;dtaer official has the

and J. C. Tucker. | ", I dale,, and M. C. Bard of Boynton first Monday.'.November., The officers right to cause;or effect the arrest' of

The' fight 1m, thts partleala office". -oklo.' September zt-The- Impree- .COMMITTEE HAD WORK.' who ]Lee to conduct the businessof ,Bids 'are now being advertlsed pr,by a person upon! a" telegram and withouta
seemed siua, growing that AD engagement Walter Decarmo, architect forinate- warrant I '
to directed! agalikst Mr. the corporation until those elected. ,
The chairman r and secretary were
will take place it ,Mukden, rial, plumbing and plastering tor the
,Commfuloner'Atkinson)
the soon sustained
and daring day rumo,were
Hahn
liraI'aDDuaI meetln
l made.ex-offlclo. of the committee at the t are qualified
tbat'combtnetloae\ and that' General KuropaCkln evidently Roth building about to be erected on, the'writ' ands; Davis was ordered
current hail been : member's:| shall be president, vice- resident secretary released -
:formed to defeat him, 'bntjwlea j. I the preparing to make a determined treasurer and directors. Twelfth street frbm>> the custody of the ......Ir. t,

,3 anvaes of the vote '!;1Ia4 teen InUhed resistance of any attempt to dispossess .The.work .of the. committee.was.an ..' f'r-;! :wART1cLB'' ; .-- L4Mr,;,PeQaraoJiasdrawn_\l>e. plans Thls.was1 done. but.immedlatdy.thecr.** 3Wg 4. .

It m found'that. his friends lad re.adned him and Is entrenching' and construct arduous one The committee'withdrew The'hlcheat amount, of indebtednessor for this building and will be at, hit after lie was Searre.ted by Sheriff Fro-.

loyal It la nndoubte I tly due ing 'dee ones: to, the board off I governors' room in liability to which the corporationcan office every.forenoon' until the nth'to hock on the same charge" and b career--
He has 'an'Immense;force available the. building sad, spent until 7 o'clock receive bids -as per notice elsewhere. ated IiJ Jail. :
to the fact hat Mr.JHahn# |ai in the at any time subject jitself shall be
race that such a large rote wai polled but the opinion Is expressed that Tie in studying discussing and formulating equal to, the amount cf p ,the' capital The plans are execuied,m 'f\ll1\ detail The? State itatntes. prescribe that a

as both his rlendsl: and oppost rs were Fast Is a poor place foci,the location of a report' to the general convention. In stock paid, in. showing the architect' familiarity with sheriff can.nfon :sufficient Information

lIet1y The;people*of the dty are under defenses. The Russians, however are the committee room.- W.. M. Brown, the DISCUSSION E SUES. this kind, of work and his skill indrawing. swear out a warrant against a pecans

-, obligations to him for the 1 Ig vote. unwilling to suffer'the loss of prestige banker, of I.m" proposed the plan The report of the coin,nlttee created *-:- ,;, or persons and' have them beld-pealing .

Quite large crowd j were pre' nt dnr- Involved In the abandonment of Muk reported, by" the committee.At !j some discussion, In, hlfh: )lr,'Brown The building as shown by the plan an Inns pUon. Taking advant-

.' IDa the closing hours of the|co nt'and den. Both armies. are now resting* from 7 o'clock' the committee reported was the central figure., discussionarose will be 50x74 feet- divided into two fine of the clan Sheriff Frohock la the
The "
many kept tally along with ih< inspectors. the Llao Tang battle and are in condition in favor of'the organization of a stock upon the query'as'to the significance store rooms'on the lower floor,'with meantime wint.before. Judge He,..,..

Marshal Flanagan led r U e ticket to fight again. : company:for profit I and presented the of the two classes.
'with a rote.of 253.} A numbei of ballots It 1s generally believed that Marshal following proposed articles of, Incorporation was concisely explained >y Mr. Brown, up at the west''' e'de'"ot' the building correspondence passing' between himself -

were thrown on. by the in specters Oyam will continue pressing Knropat- 'Fleming, t: Fleming who said that' the preferred stock was leading toe" large hall; crossing, the and the i heriff: of Bingham county

*for Irregularities h I aaMng l,
*; polling of the vote' iced as Follows: strongly guard the advance,line. until PROPOSED.CHARtER., outside sources. The. mmon stock; be, three' fine large office suits of two Dnl c artlng to the beet of' .

For i eprlnc., t underslgnned rooms. each at the.front.'and? two of his belief tb t t ie llltid Davis Ia a hgitive -
The 'associate
mayor hereby he said, was to be | y the farmer. ; ,
;', ts.well v I .mej three rooms each'at theback, making from ce and II wanted
; For mayor:; Joh: 24 ..: themselves together for the purpose of while the .buslne such as the by
For marshal 259.. JANE,PUSHING NORTH. |! twelve rooms In all. These offices will the Idaho S authorities upon a"
: R.Jf., Flanagan, becoming incorporated under the ,laws commission merchant: ''lhe'; banker or I ,
]a For clerk and assessor: k R. KelGuthslde- ,-_ j I of the .State of.Florida,,for the trans the fertilizer dealers'; ,we ''e to have the I all be veil lighted and ventlilated and' charge of' fst lemeat of public I
Kurokl's the field hrs.Than. will be .vel' choice funds
5m, 268. j headl\uarte..iII, action of business! under the following preferred stock. ) rooma.r '
For: city. treasurer J': C. HI .' Tuesday/ (delayed).-The Jap, charter: | THE GENERALuPLAN" "" ,I The bulding will be.provlded wlt\ Sheriff F al llO wired Governor
23S I I anew are slowly pushing northwardTbelr : J : toilets for: men and women"at the rear :Jennings eta In-rtbe, turn affairs bue'
i, I ARTICLE I., .The general organlzat on, Mr. Brownsaid .
For aldermen i F !w Hahn,,177; J T. I 'outposts .are In touch nearYenTat "': businesson above and below It will be lightedby ; taken In th iJa1a caSe- aDd asking
'I proposed to carry < n the
The of this shall
',Wilson 160 F. RYrtonj| 111 Capt. apd then are skirmishes between name, corpoiatlon electricity and equipped. with all :advice and'Inllt tlOI1" i the'preu lses. ,
; ; ; be Consolidated Fruit Its commission, basis disposing ,of
company r'
outposts and patrollng parties dally. the modern conveniences. He Uke..l1 w red' the conmor' at
W. H. McIntyre J. C 125. |
tof Tujker. Pfln.clpaI'place of business shall be produce for a commission and turning
For executive-coiimltteem* H. F.I It Is,Relieved the Russians are gathering The front will be of selected smooth Idaho apprln him of the same tact '
i: Info ,the common fund :thej'proceeds
at the city of Miami., Fla., and Its business -
,
Atkinnon, 203; A. E Heyser 215: C.H.Ranleraon. ; a force at"Ten Tal" preparatoryto from their business.. The profits were finished brick and_of very pretty de and regnestl g at be notify Go.en01' -
shall be conducted in State of
212;'HjC. Bndg 11; F. 8. making a strong stand for the protection elsewhere 'u' the t to be'divided among those Interested In sign. The walls are to be: of Georgia .Jennings ollfclally that 'the aleriQ
and be
Morse. 211. > C I of the coal mines. I Florida, t, ,,', may necessary proportion to the stock! each of them brick solid making' the:, building. .as of Bingham county! II:now ell route
The Japanese are rapidly changing or,co I nearly fireproofas'poeelble.. This here I with warrant and requisition
The race"'made by both C ai tale McIntyre ; .nteDL' held. In other words' the entire f f
and Mi wan the'gauge of the railroad from New i I' IL building I will be a great addition to apen'tor t j e arrest and carrying ot
:Tucker |ratifying"V scheme Is In the Interest of marketing
if 'not ataenfuL j They ot k defeat Chwang and will probably have It] fn i ,The general nttnte'of_ the business produce in order to prevent the disastrous this portion of the' city and every of the ,of JDavIs. '

"gracefullynd haven to feel 'operation within a fortnight 'ru.hlnl to be transacted by this corporationshall room In It will be in demand owing to i, The prelln inary trial of Davis on UM
results of last year. So far as '
,proud of their TOt!. Elthfr of them forward supplies and ammunition be'to buy[sell and deal In fruit. the credit was.concern >d, Mr. Brown its choice location.- Work' Is to begin warrant swqrn. 'lout by Sheriff Frohock: t

would<< have made"jgood: << officials, and "' produce and vegetables, on commission said that the Individual nembers of the next Monday under the supervision of before ,Judo Heyscr Is set for this r ,

,but for'the fact that the {gel. ,officers JAPJS'REPULSED. ,1. or otherwise, to;employ agents;and to association were, on Uelr own font- Mr.'. J. R. Scott the well known, builder- afternoon at 4 clock; but as the main ,;.

hare made, satisfactory rectrds they i I establish agench at such points in the ing. !: witness toItl.. the sheriff. of Bingham :
St. Petersburg September 21.- General State of Florida elsewhere as'to the HERRkCK.j) county. Idaho, is notJiere to tesd-
would won. j MiAMI D. CODY I
bare ;, i. WHY WA NAMED.'
After the canvass the Ul: y sheets Kuropatkln telegraphs that ItbeJapanese ''I directors shall i wem t'proper. To buy, I I.In explaining why Miami; was select- ,I" -1 1 fy the,cUe will likely be, eontlssed I II'

afld*ballots 1 werecertified! ] t by the twice yesterday attacked: ,the hold,, own opera Le, lease, sell and mortgage headquarters, Mr. Blown explained Chosen by Democrats forj Governor, of until such t me u be Russian In TI. Pass, and that !
position :
I to testl continuance
Jw Veal estate for its business offices; give ony.If a of
clerk and; Inspectors;t after ilch,.they repulsed.and their that It,was the geneulmpression; of I I II i New, York State. I ,
they were turning
I the is
ranted F
were placed In the ballot bO and will farms, plantations or fruit orehardti.1 I case j +by Judge Heyser It
the members of
the
I IUee
co that thematters
movement checked by the Russian cavalry To buy, hold ani I rote stock bonds and .: i will'mean t at,! Davis must'remain la '
be to tbe|
submitted execntv< comm, machine funs.ELECTRIC'.' i could, best,be. andled In the Saratoga, September 21.-The Democratic :fall '
securities of other corporations doing until sn b [time M the witness III't t
tee for canvass.The [ |l :home county of the organization; leaders today resumed the con-
means : 1Iake'co! I rives, and w ill.fee from
a similar business and to i exempt farther
primary pracUc illy nothIng said Democratic I
I BOLT.' i though he the gen sal manager of ference on the nominationfor
election h tracts of any character with such corporations. action by tl e commissioner, ,until that !
than ,
more an hat there
\ -' the 'corporation be nigh 's conference .
would! I located In governor last time.:. I
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,Is no opposition to the tic tit, though Port Arthur September XL.-;During II Jacksonville," which.. wpuld really beheadquarters having teen without result The I I '
"il#I case i peculiarly interesting and
ARTICLE III.
of
the legal form ( election will take r
| an electric storm early today lightning : for marketing produce. After a prolonged discussion today become
'place on October! 4.. whei ill'of the struck the oil tank: of the Texas] 011 The authorized stock of said corporation 'I I After some discussion, the report of. Justice D. Cody Herrlck, of Albany, straightened may more out so Sheriff before Frobock It has bee. 'a r

present lacnmbenu' t will 'I beg a anothertern Refinery Co. on which six men; were shall' bet! fire" thousand ((5,000) ,the committee. was unanimously<<_ adopt- was agreed upon and the'hope of:securing be Is detern ined to hold for UM, '

of faithful service.to!! t le city of working.'_ j shares' of common' stock of the -par'''e; *. .' \ '. ', his nomination Is expected, to Idaho aatho ties and will Davla rerrrest him '

Miami. i The oil ignited and"In the explosionwhich value of ten dollars I each and. ,five hundred .',I[ YESTERDAY,MORNING'S) :;SESSION. follow.., \ I i' j every time he!)' Is released 'until"swfe
followed were Instantly shares of stock of the Ofyesterday < sometime
; they /preferred mornIng session the The convention wag; delayed time as the I daho authortie*shall barn
THE C&rI9N MAR ET. killed.; Several others were fatally In- par value of one hundred dollars each: [Jacksonville Metropolis says: pending the result jf the conference come for ,
:
jured. 1' which, prefered! [stock'shall draw: dividends .: It was fully. 11' o'clock before the and Chairman Hcrnbtower :not hlpOPARKER'S J
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New York. September Futures at ,the'rate of six per cen(.:per'annum '':farmers, got down to business today calling the delegates to rder till,this. TRIP.UNCERTAIN.Esopns. +

opened firm. ..September., 1Q8J ; October, CLAMMORED FOR .f.ASSAG'4- and no ore, when earned and i I and then ,over. an'hour was consumed afternoon.' I ;.. t

1067: November IOCS: Dect t her. 1011; Lverpool. September 2L-Th.e street declared'by thej board of'directors. At 'In discussions regardlig the proposed, At that hour Francis urton Harrison [September 2L-Th. aavnouncementj "t

January.:1072, : March. 1081; Kay. 108S; leading to the Trans-Atlantic Steamship least ten per cent, of .said capital stock |charter.; It was finally agreed that err was agreedon for Lieut-Governor., that Judge Parker wfl go i

,July 1094 bid; August 1083 cffered. dock, II blocked today by one shall be subscribed I and paid In before r[tide,3 be amended providing for the to New York !oon. has had the effect !J

thousand immigrants,clammoring for I I this corporation begins, to do,business. i: non-assessment of stocjc'not paid In. i iI \ ,BIG 51ONTREAL TIRE. J of. keeping visitors away'from Ro e-,I. f

-ROOSEVELTS, LAVE TO IORROW.J the last chance to go' to'America" for I I and other payments thereon or-further I 1 This afternoon the farmers win wind moot,- Tb;.me'.tor the'trip to t

--;:-rj' j I $10.00. 1 Issues of, stock; Iball'be ,made as ordered i sup the meeting here, a'd the officers of Montreal. Can.. September 21.-;The made depends',on the program at Saratoga .I !. t"1'1' "'\

,;I Oyster' ,Bay, September 1-Preri- Believing that the rate! war,was:lover I by the board of directors. Any.the company to be el cted will go to',buildings of the Canada[HardwarelCO.: of th< State convention. IT thej ,,'

dent Roosevelt and familyA: ,tomorPresldent- the White Star 'Ltneer, Baltic 'tookmore portion of said stock ,shall be Issued! iwork endeavoring to have local associations -, and: Chapnnt Flls A: Co.j" wholeale gro nomination-for CO'f'ersor,1a! made today I

to. 'foe ,Washington. The than two thousand ateerap pu- for and paid}injcapital stock of similar! In all the counties and also endeavoring cen-wereburned; today, with a total Judge Park r'maygo! to New Tad tomorrow .'..'
,f.< and were left behind for corporations or in property the value I to sell stock n the new com and on1yl partial insur- nothing -
entertained tat luncheonKiggand ; &7' Frank sengen man,, '" loss,of $75,000; ) bit. is certain at th*, ,
-7ri. \ 'cob-Ryo lack, ,of. accommodatloa-.. .- of.which shall >e,fixed at a meeting of, pany. ,ance.! ': present: time. "
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; : GU DIBZCTOBTaUPEt Cheatham J. H. Patterson.. & UParrUh I ABOUT PEOPLE. BOIp ELECTION NOTICE.: _
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1:11 Conrad.J. A.- Allan.R. 11. '.I, NoUce JIB hereby given that a special
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,i4 i : 4S J. 0. Rhodes; R W. -A permanent memorial to the elecUon jby the _regular voter sot the WINDOWand) DOOR FRAMES.

.Taykul .uraeJupUa.IetJu IeS. Clark P.,C. RoM, c. J. late Sir, Edwin Arnold possibly willtake city of Miami, Florida.,who reside, in _

Y.P.LC.rterf M.Mabry aocMS JuoUee. Drake Gaston JteWr, 'I. B. the shape of prizes and scholarships said city, and who oVn real estate I

i CO..m.alc.tda r Jndge..hould I',aDJ or the dtatr b.addiemeei otaelu.i Douglas, E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B. at Oxford.11 I.j .' therein and' who have paid their taxes : .;:__

i '. pro.C Dora J. K. Rumph. Edw.Raulerson .. I Green:-Mrs.) Hetty Green's'wealth for the past year due thereon,.to authorize 'eWe \ "

I p., t b sxxATYlaa I Erwin W. W. C. H.Enloe 1 i put at $50,000,000 orjso.] and her'llv- the city council of the City of are making hundreds of Frame every' moath for the ;toadlac; n .. ,-

,o..Jageo materto, Jackwnv1flhDakphe ... .-Dr. Q.Frissell. Rumph. Geo. I+g expenses are put at less than that. Miami Florida, issue bonds tearing tractors,; and we should main thai f+W, JOG We do it ekes and UCtar.l

Y&UoryPeamala. G. C. Safford, L. B. yearly. vjl, interest pot exceeding the legal rate Our latest Improvement,-UM ue at Bronzed, Finish: Ban Bwrlac_ Btatl
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: l V. CONG IIEX. Flanagan. R. 8.i; SewelL'0 E. 'O. {Rockefeller-It ;.is ,|| reported that of the State of Florida, for'the follow Sash'Pulleys, and you should Insist jba icttm this la your fruu& Wl4B -

.-' tint DI mbraolol the EatCoatBoaBobt >- Frederick J. S. Saxelby. J.O.Sultner Jphn D. Rockefeller lei' about to establish ing purj*ises and the following amount, yon have any bnUdlac to do 'writ* to: the ., .

ecoocl.PIHoD.,.W.' ria, Palatka. I!. IL Bp.rkmaoamps. Frans. J. a i ( C. ,F. 1 a bank In London. It'will\ have! )O-wlt: I ;,I' I '

i Gerlack, A.' P. Smith. Julius |capital of many million pounds sterl- 1st. Twenty thousand ($20.000 dot .EAST 'COAST LUMBER & :OSUPPL-Y; CO.

?? I BAIL ) COUC18S1uSE&8.I Glrtman, JamesStoneman F. 'B. 5 f '' lars in pads, payable twenty years
Eau
I Gomph.;,G.-o.. R. Sulzer, A. E.Cautler Isaac I Gable. Florida
je W-'Cb&lnua. Brown-Colonel W..Brown of i from datr of Issuance of 'Bald bonds, to !
;:
B. BrowII lCeJ I { *
... T. N. Shanahan. M. Ind. has gone 'to to'' be used In the erection of hall .
H. Burr. W e River. ...., I ()(orhester Texas a city
i. Co Dunn Morrao., joJ.ap.r.L ....... CIdk v Graham, 8. :Jewell, John : 17 to find a remedy I In the bird crea- and .fire department building.: ,''II 'I. -p''

Hea4qaarteto Del ualee.,.01 .LbefBoarci a Garthslde C. H. ymour. R. H.Gramllog. t on to exterminate the; boll weeviL 2nd. :Ten thousand $10.000)) dollars j'

J Ta htue, I JC.Oallatt. Elawtene, J. P. a noted ornithologist: and Is in cit ybonda, to be due twenty, years

;f! U'I COMMISBIOUR. F. haw: H B. taking the l Investigation at th'e request from the-date'pf Issuance of said bonds,. i i 1\I.1cRE: : BIOS.i : .
j;
Cautler R. B. : R. R. '
to ; aylor
a B. &el11 MIIWLa and expense of .HissHelen; Gould. Jie proceeds of which are to. be used

BENZ B. 13TH .19TB.IC'f. Griffin)&, A. M. ..Turnage, J. I.Glrtmau I Fisic-Mrs\ StUYVeS 1 Fish was the.1.din: the making and paving !!''of streetsnot' I KINDER' LOU qi'r .
,
I W. H. 1ratum. B. B. i: ,
:C 1'mbradnl nerd and Dad Couot/e&) I rinclpal saleswoman at.a recent New- i. heretofore :pnyed within the wejEfttied :
Hayes J. H. atom, J. H. I
i"
># ILrD:Eo N. 1)1 act, Palm Beacb. i. : 1 ort" fete for" the benefit of the tuber- ;I portions the'said fit>: of Miami --=Make= =

; .. ( Chi kEPRESENTATITLQ Han L. E.Hunter < ulosls fund and! shej-took:/ In 'nearly ': FI'rida. y'j iI i- ,
!! AD8 TT J.'O.: |Watson, C. H. i I
J.TOO. by pedflllrig fruits Every society 3d. Tfcree thousand ($3.000) dollars

3trm W. 'i. Pnuor&t' : Hint William.Hetherlngton.il, WhOrton, F. 1L i'nan who had ever .been invited to dine II in bond payable in twenty years the Kinder LOu
.. DADiF OFFICERS.wauty F White E. L. < : Crates.
.
e g 'OU "TT ] I lit any of the entertalhmenty of the I process' of which shall be used in the !. .
Eo Uf'"r,ktlam4Oeunty Heyser. A. E. ,;Fall\ T. A.. .
: .IndAlleD of chemical l engine and other. '
AUorJ.. T. Sander. Miami. Hall. W. W. :Whaler; H. T. Crossways .was obliged! to buy'a peaclor purchast I a -, II' 'I I
acrkot ClreQ t Court sod a-ruor DadeLc.Dearbo a pear at ,not a* cent less than $S necessary fire apparatus for- said 111 Chase &
(rova .. I Harney: Miami
Cocoaaut Hahn. F. W. j iWorley, O. 1. city. f : .
aberur-Jobo roboek WlamL Ch. ,II, : .'
Hughes, W. D. jJWlbon J. L 1\ t ; And said election will be held:

...oUeetorOfjT Grore. or I xrbs-Thos.H-R. M.s&th,7bm4rres.n J. Hardee. Cocoa'' Horuer. J.. ,W..' .1 \\iWOOdworth. J. F. I'I'E.. II. PleasanU.-chief l t engineer ijf r the Inthe tar of Miami, Florida on the I Sell "Kinder Lou Cr; te's' all aver Dade County :

Ammer .' Jones, JoL.J!:. Wilton.. R. 3.ij3Omanles _
I.EanleraMiami.Corn tlc Coast Line, hIpS advertised for 24th da Pcto er. A. D.. 1904, at the
IkIpr lI\eodut of Publle IDdruoa4.L'rMatuBDenarl.ta. Kolb, A. J-'i i 1 ,' C. L. + esaseo ,
,
.,' ;; sled proposals for the construction q f regular hours of holding elections, in I '. i -
I
... 'i
BoArd of Co t I
wharves and piers, and for. the grad the omc of the Miami TransferCom-
talahart.C WwhatldrdJohaBeweu .
Alcber. JaI'l, 11 ; &I; YeDona S. A. Beidler. Cocoanut 'PUTS AN END TO IT ALL |ng of tracks and yards at the prdpose; pany, No.. 229:! Twelfth street, and' II. Tr '

Do.: Eo Co born, Clerk and Auditor 018oaf4. -r export terminal at Jacksonville. The that thf i inspectors for said electionare

.K1aml A grievous- wall oftlmes comet u a vork will require approximately 250.000 ea as follows:.. H. C. Budge; : In Grapefruit Groves

CIRCUIT' : COD'Oucl11T T OP ...VUo'"TH, JLDICALi' result of nnbearabl&pain from overtaxed ]Heal feet 'of. piling:' ,000,000 feet of C. D.,-,Ikffter. VT. L. Keller, and the Bargains .

r.r ,(Embrae1 Dade sad other NUllti.) orcsna, Dizziness Backache. umber. : and 0.000 cub yards of trrth clerk 'oi.said election Is named J. C. I f. ,

'Clrenit JodfiMinors.. Jon"*TKugTlU. Liver complaint and Constipation. But j' xcavatlon. J I I'' '- 'GramllrorThe! Eight Grapefruit Groves, three fro.Ihe years old in fine condition! for salt

F". Clerk 1'roaeeut1.4t&orDt'J.or Coo Eo C. x-rboro.JIuaml..0.ge ,,*. Orlando. thanks, to Dr. Kln :'. New Life Pills, I It Is they" purpose, ojf the Atlantic bf illo't of said election shall read: at Arch Creek station- These groves are Incited nnVv.nnx- Itned. With wle '
fill Term of< Irenlt Court convents on FlraHeacUr election for the issuance Also twenty acre now being set outl These ::,
after Rourth Moodar to Bove..%. they put an end to It all. They are Lx> tUne, among';other things to "Ballot'forspecial proves are budded to the
.nn&: Term n Pleat lloodkr after KoutthCOCSTT gentle but.Utorough. Try them. Only ,build warehouses ,and;; three piers '400 Df bonds held In the City of variety of fruit. Titles perfect' Will take pleasure' in showin ;this property
Mp I.A Miami Florida, October 24th. A D. to prospective purchasers. 'I '
f %50. Guaranteed by an druggists. reet long. with three ,tracks: n.each to ,
: DAb Cora ." '- It is a well-known fact 4hatr'grg
d'' ktiant.. ;; deep water In the! ,,St.' Johns river 1904. Pfrult trees are more prolific and'reliable
4@g'J>. ant... -ABen I K.. T.Sand+r.. XlamL Every boat and train j is now bringIng ]:where ships can load. It Is believed For 1 >onds In 'the sum of Twenty bearers thin, any other variety of the citrus samily, and rpalize at lead doable

hinter T.Tern nnt FirM MAuay lIogda Ie Ie April.Januarr.. people to Florida to spend the win that; the .work will\ Involve -an outlay thousand ($20,000)' .dollars for city hall.Against the price of oranges, A,.four-year-old grabeh'iiitgroveif properly cared for

sprint'ammer FlrstMoodayts ''uir.iraUTermFJrst : ter. Cool weather In the mountain'and !of about $l.pOOQOO.-Jacksonville Metropolis I bonds In the sum of twenty should pay all needed expenses, while ot elgRt lean of age.." should' be pal

r Hondaj IB October. ,. seaside resorts Is hurrying) them home. : ;; |. thousand $20,000) dollars for city hall Ing8 per! cent or more on a valuation of$3,000, per acre. From one grapefruit

,c U.d.LAEDOFFICLGAIxEVILLL I. ChubbIReadvar.| The prospects are good again'for- a v-. I I. ALSO'For tree General Hazen sold f_120 worth &f* the fruit. -

'kob1 M.gldea. l large, number oti|;visitors"coming to 1 nds in the sum of ten thousand JOHN' -'- / .

t. i. !f r .CHU.CH DIBfCTOBT.r .. .. the State to' spend the season.: Hotels Efot'D'OF' BITTER' FIGHT. $1 .ooo) dollars for ..paring : :: ," ELSa: :.

.;. .itorlier AveniwC. and,7th atrHtPnMItJn and boafdlnchouses are being made l -." streets. -Po 0. 2k
..r r nday .ona1DIlllo'e10d; < "Two BOX miami J'1a.
; physicians had /
10 o'clock: Baptist TounIfWioDin f'eadr'and-bUllnea8ln; every line showsa I a long and Agaii sf bonds In the sum often ,i t.i t.
/I
I
DyaUDlaat p.": PrarermeetlDIOYe" atuborn fight with an'abscess on '
'\. 7.1.AD are oor.ilallJ 10'If dally( expansion] and mora'acthtty.Many \ : mrrightlung'wrltea thousa (.$10.000) dollars for' paying.
,
11.4. 't:W.L8raaroaPaaor' ,. wealthy people are preparing to J. F.;Hughes, of streets. .
'
BODTI, uorner Are DuPont, Ga.. "and gave me Eve
a4
t- come { up. I .. ALSO
k.. C and ala jtraet-Pnrer meetin Wed_ and spend the season InJack;;: \ '
iayatt Sunday 8 apIM.t; sonville, and they want, to:enjoy the J | !
iS m4pteaokt Preaching! at traIL: Epworth p. ...c..r.e. FULl irae at wooD*E.0,p many conveniences here one'of which 'As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New' sand ($3,000): dollars for fire apparatus. J. f A. Bobbins & FOQ

r:_ .4' '_ ht&or, ids I ,- upon which they:can drive 'Discovery for Consumption. The benefit Agalijst( )bonds In the, sum of'Three
cirvac Oo nerAvenue C sat 11thr' I received win striking and I l
Ii: E. ... heir now'makIng was thonsadd ($3.000) dollars for fire appa l1I
atred-Pre.ebluatno'elnek a. m.: Nuns: automobiles.! They are :
on my feet n a Jew days' Now I'y. I- j I'Notice 4 ess.an.c1 Oarr1 geD.eposltor3re
alin. at 7K ratus.
1 IidIDoI Lu ; Praaehlnc p. m. Inquiries as to the best points to """ ,
h !Spvorth Loan* ':111 p. m.; Junior EpworttUarua 'thie'sport. entirely-regelned mi health .' It'con': is hereby given that on September ''I :
:: ,I* B.m..| :Prayer neetin WednesdslBf enjoy i Jacksonville should .,
c-! ..... at 7&. o'clock: All are wrlwter.Y have the,best roads and other 'accommodations' quers. ell Coughs. Cclda and" Throat 15th, .1904. the City Council' of l f i t .f

.'i., LA. tlh'r..Putor..t to/Induce the wealthy to ;and Lung troubles.. Guaranteed by all !Miami/Florida .at.the regular,session QualityJs;: i remembered '1 long after is-
C.UIlC.I'. and ,
31' Tttarry z.,Avenue B lab : druggists. ,Prloe 5oc;,end $LOO. TrIal thereof authorized the special election [ price e
make :
o'clock It their
l<: '*'''-KOn1\O Prmyer. II ; Sunday winter abiding placeU- .
..- School w.. 111 EBr: "nlnf PrmTwl*!;-wedoraal.reul.g Jacksonville Metropolis. '': ,bottles free., of bon s"as stated In this notlee and i '- .forgotten.Quality -
100
71 ; Holy luchtrltt every nmJaS'laf _
In mm**, First and third "" 0"."at ---.-' 'ott' by:resolution authorized the underslgn- 'F{ t
e kiver.D4 B eond and Fourth at Coeoe
a\l\Little\ Groro' at sd o.m.: N. B. FI7LLIt BMtor.lth '< CURES SCIATICA.. '. While hauling' drift logs at Motfs i to act in regard to .theeallingjof'eald : Makes the Barg in ,
dock yesterday;TJana' Canova narrowly election and that the fr'
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t'' Ih..nTlan[ D nred and Areno A- ,. -
t. PrdwehIa every aundav.mnrningatllyeiock.. !escaped the deadly fangs'of:a 'rattle- object pf said election 'Is to determine < ( IrL ,f
,
SUA v er.nl.st':Ir. 4155. Tweldth Street.CQpLEY. .
.J I;: / f aact IL every' DL W._W PAam,Pmlor. R...._ I* W. Riley' L. I*- D.,-. Cuba' I snake:; Mr. anon ,could. not see- the whether or not the, said city If,Miami 1 s '

'("'ntiwriAH H i Sri i Soorrr. jnrrtt at Mn. New York, writes; After tltteeu'da'l reptile, as there was a thick scum and Florid: shall Issue bonds in the sums n' .
-
'Al P. Carry. i t Cordon Ave. Mid say Mlreet. of exruclatlng pain from sciatic i foam covering the water'around
V. t1.1: 10. m..II M RtlDclar.-- rheumatism the and the purposes ,herein named. .
... ; under various treatments I was logs. He felt something crawl 'over his .. J. S. Frederick Chm_'' '. ..f-.fI"

i'' jf M1A1P BOARD Or TRAD1, Induced to try BaIItr1"Snow Llnl-' hand as he was pushing 'the log. his fOI J. E Lnmmus-'-' """_ .' .. ... ,- 1 _t _... _" .._....._. 1"__. "lI

J'raI4e atj.M..Drown.. .' ment: the first'application giving: m; hand being In the water at the time.A F.W. Hahn. .j- i

?1lrrt VdPrMldratT.. T. Moor' first relief ind the second entire relief.Iesn moment later he saw something Members of council constituting. au l & HORNER

t '&>ooD4 E.: Lummn give It unqualified recommendation. strike with lightning-like rapidity, ,thorl committee.. .
'i C.rV. 'Pliu'lr1'' '
t .Secretary 1Ye.aur.rt i; S. B, Tatom.Joemors .' 25).. SOc! I and $1.00. Sold| by but did .not realize what It was.: 'He -".- The ,Real Estate and Rental.Agents'

Board of, W. M. ,Brown, Ked Cross Pharmacy. withdrew.' hs! hand Just, as, the reptile ., RHEUMATISM
I '
f : .Tt'V.[ Moor*.3. E.: Luramus A. E. B...- -' nick aea'n. He wag not "second too Street. ::::; Op posite First'National Bank .

I! **il 1'1: B. Sjellly.BeweU.. F. W. Hahn',W.. W1uobn Two 'of- the mpstBensatiouMstoriesof I soon., as the snake barely. missed! him. Whe. pains: or. Irritation: axist'On I ? : ,

: Mr. CanoTa' nature of .
.1 } BTAN! )ING wumTSSeAW8An experiences with, big ftsh.were related discovered"tfce' any' r: rt> of the body, the applcatlon
l ii'! 0, W. R ; Patterson. 8. 1..; yesterday by a couple of young- the reptile'when, ;made the second of Bajla/d's Snow Liniment glT- Itl i- t

Baoden.. Jane' T.: Seymour. K. .B.: men of this! city who spent last Sunday attack. Buel Pinkhsra! 'dispatched it relief. E..W."Sullivan! Prop. "
Worley. Q.-JI ;( The with aVhot from hbt'rille.-St. Augustine prompt 'U. ..........
the Sablne,
at Big geBtle-' Sull'va. House El Reso O. T. write* :
:
feRUXJESBallr. B. l-3aetnM... 'F. ( i ; 1
,Record 1 '
W. Hahn.. Ft W.: BOM.C. J.: rndnrtci. men in" question left early'Sundaymorning' June, 6l19l2! : "1 take plcasure In reo T" F.W: HAHN. k
<
I ..1; < 'and returned at night but SUICIDE PREVENTED. ommwidlDg Bollard's Snow Liniment f =

t HEALTII AND BANTTARTJacluwn.Jr.lj hey fail to state ]wbether'or not theywere' ,-i f to r.!!. hO are afflicted: with rhenma-

>11 I1d. : >rout. W. W.: Enlo. UU- towed In.-' j ,'J 1 Usm.' It is the only remedy'.I have Architect: .
The startling announcement Builder
4ie, that
1.' -_ :! Flannpuv. R. S.; Kir*. H. JLf After a ( ,
fishing for am" hour or two found't.at. "
:' -)RIVERS JJ.KD HARB PSGrJwfd0.Cb1a previ itlve of suicide_ : had beendIscoV, a gives Immediate re11ef25e -"
H.rumpb} Edward c.;' Tatum. with Indifferent >success: according to cred will Interest many. A run down ', 54c.. $100. Sold by Red Crest I now have in rjij employ one of the best
f R .: Shanaihan 1C. the,narrator/.the rider, of the two had! draftsman in
::, i system despondency, Invariably Pharmacy.JORN. the S >utli. and am better
AILROA.AND FRnaHTSDridr. a tremendous bile and. ti ough''the prepared than |ifor'
It pree de suicide: and something hat 1 ever furnUhinV piaaa
K. !& ; Lefler. C. D.! Lommus lear -
watqr. saw that Immense and details
an- lor od fine .
> buildings, cab]
t it V; EHrlii! Wm. W.; McDonald. J. A. ; been found that will prevent that condition WITHOUT ARMS; p
tarpon, had captured the- bait and I net work. etc. -1 am" now .headquarters
I C ato j
.. HARTTIE S Bylnffn. | T4 .which makes suicide likely.. Atfirst
,,:- i M'''..J. H-t DOOB-UB. J:. B.j.Qauti*'. T. was making 'off' ,( Ith' it. When the : for turnedwork'scroll sawing and all
the thought of self-destruction from Arm Pits A
Hands
: line had been nearly Project work'. usually 'done in a FIKST: CLASS
tXlmanla C. I* t | run off the .reel .
aR1cm.: E.-B1aeIla.u. 11:. v*.: the big fish tnrn suddenly and bfI-. tyke Electric Bitters It being a'great Freak of Nature. '. f," .* planing milt,, I
I j jUI ; tonic and ur1'lne will alma (Ala.. Journal says ." I ''I- j *
,: Uar, er F 8.; Tatum. 1. tH ; Orif ng. A. to'swim'rep1y! % strengthen the The ) : Mrs

.';, ",,,-1\ I Dora. t. K. J J gan ticking 'the line l Into toward: his capacious the boat, nerves and build np" the system. Its T: W. lill'returned to the city yester- ]{Send, me your order_ for doors.and. window c
W. :
P '" |CBUC I INaS-Rol'ller. ; maw'as also'e' greet, Stomach,i Kidney_ end day'aft'rnoon from a visit to hla-. place_ I frames ball sters brackets
: Budge. H.[ c.; Roillr. J. B.; Bewail.Je6n he-. advanced until he was etc.
r : What r. H. T.MANUFACTURES. within ten feet or so of.the end of the JVJT regnltor. Only'' tine; Satisfac: Ib Au auga county; While there he ,i:and be con I MIAMI
1.cedlt.f I FLA I
Frls,en. Gin C: The monet tion"guaranteed by all drii SI'rtL saw a reak of nature: much out of the : ; !

aytoor. T. T.: Conrad J. 'A.; Rhode. B.Vf he pole.water and'-I iA jaled r then. himself Jumped on'from|the i' ordinary, .a. . .-. . .'I. . . . . .. . .. .. . ._ .

bj. B. Sheriff! B.J wn of Brevard county:accompanied "A d loghtrr. of one of hIs' oldest tenants -
end >f the pole, biting It off. about
K.
OI.u.JJur4Ine9' :
JBDCCAT10I by his family; left on the ,"April! RePS, pave b'rth to a child
HnU., W. W ; a.1ItIer. Redmond B. ;four feet from .tie tip.; seedless i to'' .
f-' LA0 Ile. .Ai L..; Saulti,.. J.. O.; Smith,-:'sar'the fifth e ca. -, forenoon train for his home, tt Titus- about !IT: weeks ago and the child, was World fFair Rates

s+ Juli'x: Kolb A. J. > j Soon after"this, remarkable. villeljMr: Brown and family spent the !born<< eptirelY without arrest: in every

_- l vnaQRA'' 1OW-BI a e k m a a. J:. 'V. 'rlPnce the other fellow had --blteand expe-: week here, and dur'ng his stay he purchased other' epec'; It U as healthy, and as .
Morse. F. 54 Tatum J. '0, Dora. J. K. ; three ,
bloodhounds which will "
the wfect;y" famed, ..i'l1ld'aa, anr.thatIot 1 I
fish 'pulted'ard that
'*Tnar'l. | '. late pole be used in'6unting'down'criminals' .-: '; .-'Via, !
\'! born. From the ehila'sisbould
e er _
R 57.; f off close' '
;fiNT RTAlNMTNT..Rh.O'e ; Iwas'snapped to the butt. Augustine '
:fludr*. M. |q.; Os.nbsWi, C. H.; .Reflly.j ., ,: The' fisherman n anaged to grab the St. Record., rs'protm.de wrists and'perfecugforme r .. 'If I

< >s-; Beweq. John i broken ,end 'of th pole before It 'Was hands. but there Is.no elbow. or- '

'' jUa.4DVIRTISINO-TMut4 F. B.:; Bylnctoa.' B. T.B.; B.Blackmaa..; 8tna- beyond. _reach, anf1.( by a, superhuman -:; NOTICE.Jin' forea >." -: 'ThL.. $l;. N. R. I R.

:The grandfather of the -Infant,told
,effort swung- he around to where'
III.lv.1) BMBMrlactoB M F. i lend ,, 'I the Circuit Cou "t,. Seventh Judicial Sir/ ,
r It.could.becVnght ; H ill that tho freak could be 'I I
accounts ,
his comrade.I
,
i The ran list ot members nnmttertasitety ; by -.i' ..
Circuit of Florida, In and for Dade "
i ta fn are H toQowi: I I I Just 88 the .Iattr rnnght hold! of 'it / for in but oneway. He Bad : I
I
;iino.Sijowm..- \V,.; a. JackBoo. J, It Jr. j f:the: fish made a ,jerrific rush for deepwater ,County; l that a|>me months before the birth ofthe.c'ild Excursion'Tick: ;ts 'now on sole doily
: Whom
To It .May Concern greatiylirirht
W 1l., K lb.. A. J. carrying the line and the] tip ; : the mother was, 'Ifrom.JucRsbnvitle
: Take notice That It Is my Inten'Uon' I I to) St. '
Afceraethy.AJhby J..C K'DC. H. MLnomua ,of the pole with]. him, after 'which, : :' ned by B rtole 'roncl g acrosS I

R.jl. J. E. \ I wt:>ena, few hundred feet pffthe"stnckhla to'apply-to the Honorable Minor S. her fo L,:The' appearance of the hands t Louis and return _

e 'AloB F. LSalle.L. 1... \ head "out'of the water and ceet'a ,Jones. Judge of the CIrcuit Court of I I iju,tie out from the body,without any r I" ..

'" Brown.-'Vr !. Le1I1er. C. D.McDonald..J.. i look" of .pity .In, I the 'dlrert'on: of l| the the Seventh_ Jndic'al! 'Circuit of Florida, arms... > es&e'tl1.Uke- that of a mole.- '.It 440-65 ,.. f.., '. n- Returli, LJmit DecemjLer, i5th.
for an ordertor, ,the adoption 'of a certain ,I. .
:$ash. r., ''A.jt astonished ,fishermen/and'then. 'dl al>- I .. :'I i .J ..
mI.rIar'child. i -33-9 .. ., ';. _._. Return Limit 60
towtt B. Jef days
: l..fi'i-l.1-i-i. ; +- + ,
W. rAITl11 i.i.iT -:
Bardine.; Maynard. urv oearBiJ. It Is not ;definitely_known who
BrlnKtonjBradyJE. B. T. Merritt.Z.T._ holds -champ'onsblp: .medal. for exoerleneee -_ treys,. That said application: willbe !: To 111 Friends ni f OrgacUfd Lobar ,... 2 ..od; :> s.-, .. o. .: _. .. .R'eturn lJmittg daysThe

; cutter, 0.. o(: this hai-acter. but who-i made"on Monday:the.third day'Of Oc f 'TI i : I ,

Baney.BJ! Meyera. rhos' Ht' wer It may be.,It/ should be surrender-. 1 I tober. A. D. 1904 at ten o'clock In the I I'T' Wg nponenteringany respectfully" request. 'store: that'to L. & N., is the best- line to St. Ixmis ,

I judge H. C.rD.IX.. Morse, Fred S. 'd, forthwith.-as Jthere -can now be'nOI forenoon or a* soon thereafter as counsel : lake a purchase you kindly ,

a-at. | Moore T.-V.fdtrdiie .' P Jtlon :as to who! Is ,gbtfullyi en-1 I can be heard.' I .Lt' > ask the clerk to show ; his /- -* ,

3: M. McDonald. W. H tilled( to" It. For good and sufflclent:i r (Signed! ) li A."OSBORN. Applicant I .., Union Cardl 'you, > For. ., rates,,, schedules nd sleeping! car reservations
r 1' w. McKlnnon. O. ,A. masons the of'' the jtartteele j !: .Miami Fla. + b '- "-' I '
8acktaI. pates I I > LOCAL 779. pply to. _..-
f- $Iaekmu. K. V., NBlson. Edwla "oiwition! are wlthlieM.} hut run b* ", .' A. E. HETSER. t. I t 'Retail Clerks' ',, International ; : '

l f a1Ba. H. PecK R. 1. n: >tlM If nwmnlljy I should arise.- -!' Attorney for Applicant Protective"Association." ,J.M.JtEHING' : C.X] STONE
"/ l.i Prout. W. W. sacola Journal, i This August :i. A. D.. 1304.' 1"
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I 1 NOTICE Or 'ELXCTION."Whwese. : .' the Stats- t'the'goeral election a "

r % Qe Lecitlatara,, of 190J,'an' '904 for ratification or rejection: QUESTIONS ANSWERED an further acre north.which la There{he'cost ot shade**

Ser the CoMUtutlon of-1885, of th3UU That Section 10 of Article 9 of the \ are tea to tweeze ;
thousand plants to
the
.
f ((1Ie professionsavttetrsoaa. i institution of the State of Florida lalereby acre and tfce
of Florida, did( pass apron joint ; fruit brings ,In_ ttie neighborhood I '
amended so a'to read u fol- >
b, resolutions;proposing amendments to I '. from GO eenta a 4osen for Red 8p* > I

the Constitution of the State of F or- ows: 1 Information of Interest to the Prospective Settler lab to 25 cents apiece for Porto ..... -
---- Section 10. The credit of the State / The percentage plants
of .
Id, and the,acme were agreed to by a iball J not be pledged"I I pr loaned- to any j J Concerning Miami and the So thentrPortion' I1 I1I pends npon the care aid Judgment fruiting 4e ex "

Ss Tr X W1ATTORNEYS rote .of three-fourths of all the mem- ndiTidual company, corporation or astoclation I *' erdse In their culture, some :,
.
brs, elected to ;each house: that the ;, nor shall the State becomejoint I of Dade County. U l baring succeeded j la growers P
'n i securing trait
AT. ; W. rote on -.14 Joint resolutions were entered 1 i,/ owner or stockholder: In any: f., ,;t lII U from 90 per cent of the plant in their 1

Will(node*l all eooru.But*Ndp.ei&1taottttl..tor.z.mtntfaizd Fi upon their respectlre; Journals. rompany'assoclatI ]i or corporation. pineries/, | .
$ pettthg with and nays thereon, and they The legislature shall tot authorize directed Lands .
yeas So
any many Inquiries are to able u in any section of the ti-r.1 may be purchased from IS .
os
: ;,
.4.d Tttt. MlamUFep lid determine: and direct that the said. county: ; city: borough) township or. Incorporated the Metropolis by prospective t ,settlers and far more so than In most 810 an acre up. depending on proxfa* ,
olnt resolutions 'be'submitted to the district become stock or f Ity to
( to a homeseekers concerning conditions THE COT'S :FUTURE roads' and shipping point Good
t. MEAGGS. M. D., ''electors of "the State at ,the general holder In any company, association or existing in this part;", of, th* country, Miami possesses all modern conren- lands on rock ioU within I miles of

; election In November 1904. corporation or to obtain or appropriate and the burden of correspondence entailed lances of drlllzation.; as electric lights Miami nary be had for 850 tin acre fcal

ome&BMMeaee Mtk Stn*' 1 Now therefore, I, H. Clay Crawford money for or to loan/! Its credit to anycorporation : : thereby has 'become .10 heavy, water works sewerage' telephone'system somewhat less than that sum fRo land ,'

contra** C f.j Secretary of State of the State of Florida UIOCIa On. Institution.: that we hare attempted In t le following -I free mail delivery three newspapers not immediately on a road. The same '

4 MIAMI, FW do hereby give notice that aGENERAL. Individual except: that the legislature article to summarize such Information two national banks one State quality of land, jtarther' away from ,

ELECTION may authorize municipal corporationsto as Is most Import dt.' II14 to bank etc. It has miles of beautiful transportation facilities'can'' ot course,

1 IE.J.H. 1ACDO"n., !i iY win be held In each county In Floridaon relieve from municipal taxation for answer the questions most requently i|,streets ,of native .white stone. It Is be purchased for less. ,The land Is ua 0'"

i Tuesday'next succeeding: the first such period of years!'as to the municipal asked. It Is hoped by this means-thata practically; the terminus of'the Florida promising In appearance{ to those<< ae .

Monday In November. A. D. 1904, the authorities may 'fseem proper any: 'sample copy of the papers 1 of"which East Coast Railway for though an extension customed to the deep rich soils of .

HOTEL BISCATNE Btbci,AyMIAMI. .1>, said Tuesday being the manufacturing enterprise that may lo- hundreds are lent out will ,' In most of the,'road has recently; been other, States, being'rocky;' and sandy

-_, ..FLORIDA.omcxi EIGHTH OF NOVEMBER sate within the a municipality[ but cases, serve the purpose Int tnded bet- built penetrating the ,farming lands yet' results can be[ obtained from t|
tor the ratification or rejecUon of the no such exemption shall be for a Longer ter than a personal letter. (ipedflo Information forty-fire miles south 'this is merely sae In excess of j t I

DR', w. B; RUSH. Mid Joint resolutions proposing amendments period, than fiftien years. may,be obtained by: writing feeder to the commerce,of this City. from the more 00e of the f

Office 225-lzth stree4!/Plane 84, to the Constitution' of the State ARTICLE} XXV. to any of the real estate tor other firms Here are located the steamship docksof country.! : FvtHUer must be.used, but
the
8lh I of Florida rtz: whose adTcrtisements appear in this the P. ..' Justify
0.
Hesideuce 208 St.. ]] I I That the' following amendment to Steamship Company, penditnre involthan the ex: I
XXL, paper; and the best way to become fa- _
ARTICLE; whose lines
LA. ; are operated to Key West
|
I YIAYI i the Constitution of the State of Florida i 1- ,
People '
ol of,
That the following amendment to be and Is hereby agricd to and shall be mllltr W'lth'lcca1 conditions progress to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense energy and Industry; *n I
> : the Constitution of the State of Floridabe Industries and current ,happenings, wharves, etc. are being projected to heartily welcomed,"and the country;
7. W. BACKUS, 1 submitted to the electors of the stateat development ,
A!Rw r'L'-'"J< ,- and the same Is, nerevy' agreed the general election: in November, while contemplating removing to this keep pace:with the vastly; Increased being Practically Just be }
O'r.J elfReaidetmfd to an4 shell be submitted to theelec- section. Is through resdingj l the Dally maritime business that must follow on gun there Is room for an to reap the
and Section 6 of Article XVI shall be
P Specification benefits 'I
for Building of,AU lodi Fine tors of the State at the genera election read or the Weekly; Metropolb.ih.. former I the deepening of the harbor,1!work on ,which must ensue as the re
amended to follows
8pec11ty.a .) In November 199*. for ratification Section 6. u The. Legislature u shall: pro- of,,which win be vent'to Jar address which Is now actually progressing: An suit,of such development CapIta11iDdI'here
D. at the rate of $5.00 a year: SL25 for appropriation most profitable Investment
OrricE, ll5, ATEKDX or rejection. :of$300.000 has been secured while
ride for the and labor
: : Section 8 of article 8,'of the 'Consti: speedy publication' three months; the Weekly; -|a large I.'- I from' the GoTernmentl for harbor is in demand and well paid. ....
distribution of all laws it enact pie of .I
1 tution of the State of Florida Is here may page:paper-being milled for ,tuG a I Improvements, and the Florida moderate means who come here .
:c. :0. J:90g All decisions :! the upreme Court and and buy
by amended so u to read u follows: Judicial year. ..| East Coast Railroad Is also'p edged to a smaUJ( tract' or land make a #
all laws and decisions shall be modest
Civil em 4. toissul Ir Secton'! 8.:'The. legislature shall pro- THE CITY OF MIAMI. 'expend a like amount., Thus., $600,000 home .set out fruit.trees and I'
: : free for publication by any person. But while waiting lbr :"
rids for the electioafby the qualified Sprang out of. the,wilderness,eight Is now being used for this purpose and these to come into I
;
EI TC-IN POf :EJ no Judgment of the ,Supreme "Court the railroad baring reached ; It Is bearing: n n In: trucking
; electors of each county of the following years ago a moral certainty_that further appropriations are almost -
432 Uhk !UlJ riaN. i county officers: '.. shall take effect until the opinion of this point, April 15.1898. Prior: to this 1 ,,wffl bo secured until the without [exception, ,successful. c
He No. t ,
i Madi1YeanE.La shall And
; \ A-clerk of the circuit court,, a sheriff, the court in such /jcase be, filed time one store, whose trade was principally ihar rlIln'a, condition commensurate this success cotta less effort than

... ..ad Pstorirddaila) air. ,xnatable. a counI7'r,of taxes, with".the clerk ,of said court., ,with the' Indians, land[ :a few with its importance from a'' commercial In'other,parts [tot the :country: white "
of '
t Cout ,.. a county tax collector a county treasurer ARTICLE XXVL "" scattered families, 'eking out a precarious .. ,. geographical and strategical the climatic conditions: render out-door, ..

a' superintendent of public Instruction Section-1 of Article V of the Constitution llreUhood by:wrecking and;the standpoint, Importance recognizedby work possible very,day in the year! '
..
.
R. H..SEYMOUR; I and a county"snrreyor. ] of the State- of I'Florida- is hereby' manufacture of coontle starch were public'men at the National Capital with the health benefits n of such an ,_'-

Attorney alt Law | The term of office of all the county amended so situ, read as follow : I the only evidences of dvtif;zatfoo. 'OnJnlj and by all who will study the* locationof time open-air life ware in. At the SUM :
_, people
'
--ti : officers mentioned In this section shall i 28, 1898, Miami was incorporated this port and its relation to Insnltr enjoying health Land

| 1 .I.(I. be ,oar years, except:: that the term of Section, 1. The'Judicial I power of tie as'a'city furnishing perhaps the only and South. American ,commerce, to moderate success in their present :-A

WIU practice U all tkaj/State'- ". ..dentoo.rta. Ilan. office of the county assessor of taxes; State, shall be 'retted I in, a SupremeCourt Instance ,on' record In which a fun 1&1'RothInr of the nat trade-that abodes, bad better sty where they stet,, \

.' partlcnUr a-t:EetaUI kttcvllo dos id Probe Law. county tax collector and treasurer .-ciraltcourts of record, fledged city came into :.existence' without must spring Into existence I upon the There finance should be weighty reasons to ta- 1'

Ollte: 5-enB.IUU..i, 1 iR1Aff.|ILL shall be for two years, until the general county courts,' county Judges'and Justices first having been a tj>wn. Three completion of the Panama, canal. Importance.anyone Jo make a move ot each ",

T ,election' In November. 1904; at of the peacel |J" hundred registered,voters ire! required A glance at the map win 'show the failures People who, have made
Home Seekers, i, i which election they 'shall Be' electedfor to entitle any: community jto be called most casual observer th.poaIbWtl elsewhere are not likely to be 'fI
; ; I i terms of four sari each, and Section i of Article V of the ConstltuUon a 'city,' less than that number constituting the future holds for the Maglo City. very successful, here..' Intenigeaee and '1

I ekhion., ." : of the Suite tot Florida Is hereby a town. At a meeting held for 'SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.: Industry; are as essential to food for. a :
f officers namedIn :
thenceforth all county: I j
:- Yon will find it to your;iniereei section shall be elected for amended so as to tread as follows: the' purpose of incorporation, three Miami has one of the ,best public! tune here' aa in another pan of tbe I I '
this
:
1
to call on me before invespng. I ,Section 5. The Supreme Court shan and OL half months after the first schools in the State; embracing both globe. i t"I I -
Furnished bouses J JaDe! room to terms of four years. Their powers hare appellate Jurisdiction in all cases train, reached Miami. 844, votes'were the'common-and high school eonrtea. If it Is desired to engage ia general 'I
real estate, and comPllll&tIOD.IlhaD be pre I
In duties
rent., Real bargains : 'at law and in equity originating in rlr- cast The phenomenal growth of this The,buildings are large and wen yen farming, in the raising of wheat sore. ,
taxes,
city and country. Insurance,to.. I bed by Jaw.ARTICLH. I,cult courts, and 'of appeals from the early period baa been sustained Ulated and there is a competent corps tr oats peaches,,':'apples, grapes c* ;> ,
collections, etc., t Jattented XXIL I other
license authorizing i circuit courts in eases arising before throughout the eight years of the of teachers. A Catholic convent is to products! ,of the temperate BOB*.

'. ,have me to a prepare special all kinds legal I rans- That the following amendments county Judges, In matters pertaining to city's: history. I be' erected this summer, 'whlcJ1',wUl one must cast !(lot'' some hundreds of, '

fen ot real estate Low' fees. phi Constituton of'the State of Florid their probate Jurisdiction, and In th. : 'POPULATION, ETC. provide, Instruction for both sexes. miles to the north.'and accept the sold I '

Prompt attention.*!j : be.'and the- name is hereby agreed management of the .estates of Infants, : Miami has at present a resident pops There are also private schools, a musical that Is part pt the legacy: of ..... I : ;I;

C.CCASBOLL; to and .hyi be submitted the'electors 1904 for! ratlJicaUpa j or rejection.: ulation of between 4.000 And 5,000. In conserratory. and art school so [where'these'thfnge.'ran'be grow. ( *

,'Ii lNotory i{ Public.onduttOrticU of the State at the general ales: and,In, eases of conviction of felony In the winter months this population' is that every ;educational need,may be Neither is this a stock-raising. country.; :f 1

.,- '7Nam..Db.ta/uprd.tn.t. ion In 1901, for ratification or rejection.' the courts of record, and In all criminal augmented by the addition of hundreds supplied There ,are' about thirty :There Is a *nj -fenee law." which to A
Section of Article XH of the ConlUtution of visitors of the wealthiest great boon to the settler of Umtted
Ele11b1el' cases originating p the circuit courts mostly flourishing schools in the county. :;
*. I is hereby amended'ao' u to The court shan hare the power to issue :classes;:who come to enjoy',the Every religions denomination Is means and there j 118 my; little live .'

.,.. read as follows: writs of, mandamus, certiorart' prohibition Ideal'' climate and'the finest fishing in represented, and the following'hare clock in the''county{ OB the other "

,W.CMAVNARDAw.p 'Section YHL Each county stall be quo- warranto t habeas corpus and the" world.. 'To accommodate j these handsome church bnUdingrj; Presbyterian had culture If of it Is Pred0 engage in Dot I '

(MtuWosA required to assess and collect annually also all write necessary or proper to visitors there are numerous 'hotels Episcopalian, Cathohe" M. E. rions citrus! fruit*.'Jlneap_. va i I {]

suaaiOTiuijnuii:;. ; inv the support of public free schools the -complete,'exetdie I of its Jurisdicu and boarding houses principal among Chun h.' M. E.- Church South, andPsptiSt the troplcar' or! semi-tropical l'nits. t _;

1* Cocti Jew erj..*tJ therein a tax of not less than three (S) .' E'cy: u tl".f. :u.'li.rs" star! lime which Is the Hotel Roys'!'FaJm an Immense I i son growing of the W vegetables: lit the sea I! "

d' _" -'r mills nor moVe than (7) mills on the.] power to'I'I"-,, tll'.,-.' '''.'.,.> corpus' building, 640_feet pong, 200 feet S ng.AND PRODUCTS. .: of the year I are when' all'other parts I :,'

D collar, of all taxable property la the to any nan ct tu>-.State upon peti.loaby. wide and fire stories big!.i with accommodations The,principal Industry, n this section : this country sect'offer,In the grip of winten i I --i

; GEO. L. cDQ ....e. ," or on behalf of any person held in for SOU gnesti", besides lobbies Is the growing of fruits and winter over decided advantages ',

(aid f.a&lear! ARTICLE XXin. | actual custody and may make such I ,', rotunda!, dining -ooms, offices, vegetables for the' Northern mar United StateK any ,other portion of the I '"

wUf a./-8 ab4L'r uI. Laa4larc-' ,That the followingamendment to writs returnable f jbefnro; himself or:the i kets. Tomatoes form the ltapl'croP.. ., c' ; I : >
q$ n.:;"' justice ; < but there are large qU&nUties-of other I
COCOANCT 1" he Constitution of the State of Floridabe Supreme Court or any thereof IERBINERenders : y
and the same is hereby agreed to or before any circuit Judge, and when tion. There are !l'yersJ,other hotels: vegetables grown; such asj tomatoes, >'

DANK 1 and shall be'submitted to the electors not returned to the Supreme Court an smaller than the Royal Palm to be egg ,plant Peppers beans,[ ete:. The the jbile more' fluid and 'thus I
)J. A. : sure, yet larger and W'ltbj better service planting season extends from about
of the Stale at the general election in appeal to that court hall always lie helps the blood to flow; It affords
1 t ....LQIIIII.110I ratification' Constitution than Is usually; found! in" towns of October 1 .to January; 15, and the bulk ;y
II' .atjsetrdiMN.. November,A.D. 1904,for : orrejeetloL Section 11 of Article V of he prompt relief from biliousness, lndl 1
raas u. twice the size. At this writing another of the shipments are sent North from ,
Mss Florida
,r -I .! ,of the} State of getlo.hdsns Bal-f'
1. .. *_.. I'I't.IIIW Section 18 of Article V.of the Constitution bereby amended< AS to read as ,fallow fire-story hotel' Isln, process of' November, until May; although there gestion ;. sick] and i r nervous headaches I-
: -! erection. } being practically; no difference in.themasons
"'r M shall be ud is hereby amended. *! -- | ; t % and the over,tndulgenx In'food and
= The population is eoemopolltan'every seeds may be planted or vet
: shall drink ,Rerblne
ctreutt courts acts quickly
to M to read u followi Section 11. -The : a dose
: State In the Union furnishing Its etaMes gathered any: day in the yaiA
Section tt. Thi Legislators may or: hare exclusive original Jurisdiction in, after meals will bring the patient Into
quota of rvpresentatiYes. An unde- i Vegetables are grown usually on the
::1! IWEtSBSESARE tanltt in such counties as it may think 'all e&III.1n Iqu\tr\ : : Also in all cases sirable foreign element 'Is unknown.. prairie lands:whhlch' are r free; from a good condition In a few days: ,

.. 11J county,courts which shall hare at law: not cognizable inferior courts '. ,G. L.' Cal well,' agent:if. .L A. T. i
are
:
j proper Ii ; CLIMATE Umber end: composed of a kind of
the legality R. R. ChecoUh, Ind. Ter writes, April 'f f flSth
which inrolring
In
Jurisdiction an esses at tar* and in all cases[ Writing from personal ,experience marl., :

I YOU GOll IGNort the* demand or n.l1Ii of the property of any tax assessment, or ton; or the after visiting CaUfornlaand! '[ other lections Fruits" are IJ'OWD'on pine' lands, ,1903: fl:' war,sick for'ter two

"L : involved shall not exceed /fire hundred action of ejectment; And. of ail actiwuInTolring ) higher years with larreD eDt,or.the liver I
which than the
where cilmatl, Conditions are ,are slightly, '
and The
'' spleen doctors
boundaries Of did me BO I I.
jor We tf' ? dollars; of proceedings relating to the the titles or considered at their beatjwe can unhesitatingly prairies, and In this section very rocky I
aDd
good, I had- all
given ot
unlawful detention of and! of ell criminal cases up hop
forcible'entry or real estate,
; Cay: that Miami has the most This rock Is s peculiar coral formation '
THE lands sod ,tenements, and of misdemeanors not cognizable by Inferior courts; add being cured,wheu my druggist advisedme I
f' perfect ,winter:climatein] 'the UnitedStates. containing a great deal of plant food. '
urisdlotiara of forcible to use Herblne. It has made me. '
appellate
,,and final ) original Jurisdleticn'ot adieu ; .' Cold Is almost unknown;even as evidenced by the fact that In many vie1L
I in civil aces arising in courts of entry, and unlawful detainer and the' being ; and are sound and 50 cent(; at.Red Cross ,
Louisville | Hasp* .slightest frost very, ,rare. places orange oth.fruit trees Pharmacy : '
the Justices of the'peace. of such other matters as the legislature The 'warmth of summer is temperedby to' be' seen, bearing thriftily,though I, ; ._ I

Railroad!\ I ,I The trial-of such appeals may be de may: >provide., they shill bate final the ,cooling breezes, from.the, Atlantic apparently standing on. a[solid plate To day there wu filed In the County '
fertlce. nova 'at the option;' rt the appellantThe appellate Jurisdiction in all civil cases ; and the highest temperature of this rock. Being of a porous or Clerk's-
nexoelledtpsaeetlpir; offlc* fetters
,':, Often ,P/nHmsn county Judge shall be the Judge' of tried In* the courts" I o* record, of, Judgments recorded by.the government thermometer h'0II.t1-e 'mbe4 structure the 'roots of patent,Incorporating -

Modern trains earrjlnf eoacbes tw' r.- the county ,court. and'Shan be an at- or sentences'of.any icunldi*! durjng the summer months Is98.HEALTfy thrtreea 'are enabled to, penetrate It the Florida-Georgia Syrup, Company

sleepers, u)>tadig and r'-1J-I an ,torney-at law. ;- court, and of aD'CUf'I" arising before and draw'ample;' sustenance from what with i capital stock of 1500.000.:

eltnt Ecbdrleltl nottbe rT !and, i elMe. i There shall) be-elected by the quail- Justices of;that! peace In counties In ,'The city'ranks among" the first In would appear,to be a very, ; unpromising The object pf the company Is to buy,

between,The BBT[' dlnln| car soutbeT in the Bed electors of each'county at the time! which there' lr| no county or the United States in point of health. source. ,This rock, by the 'war. sell!,. deal !f-: manufacture and refine
'
_ 'oG\h. : when baidjudge' is eleaea.'a prose- court of'reoor.l, and supervision and. There Is entire freedom from Balaria, makes a beautiful and durable Building syrup ana f tug ri; candy, general merchandise
t+ ..". Tla attorney'for said COW1tr'"ho: cf mattert'lin.. diseases". and the house '
All Agents Ben t tltbr = raUng appellate Junsdlih.w and there are no "prevailing material new' court, and deal In lands 1II I1PP.
... : f "T shall hold office for four years. His lug before ,only I Judges pertaining' to Those ailments which 'are common toaD and Jail u wen as several residences do a general cooperage business, etc.

L. nN duties and compensation shall be pre- their probate Jurisdiction or to tbe estates parts of ,the ,country 'seem to be In the city, bunt .of this stone, aremuch The stockholders are H. B. Snell, C. B.

fcbedulei.Eesemtiota S1.epCdr Abed by ,law. Such courts may be ,and, interest of, minors and of here robbed. In part, o;their power, u admired by an visitors. It also Gay and \\} B. Owen. ,The headgeari i
Patea. the pleasure of the Legislature. matters ae the legislature In mild form makes tha finest ioa4'material In-the '
Apply UJ. abolished at such other they usually appear, s tee of saideompany: are to be la'Jack
...- may provide |Thi circuit courtl-and and ,rarely lean the bad effects which world and Dade county leads ,Afl others sonville.'-Jacksonville) Metropolis
!f''Y M. Iteming} Provided that all county Judges bolding Judges shall have power to issue writs follow In''the wake- of I like diseaseselsewhere. in the State in mileage and condition !

.: l. a ,"' said office at the ratification of this of mandamus, Injunction, quo warranto Scarlet flier and diphtheria of her highways u ,.' i OOUCS.When

lrlaUdtOawya [ dIr.tia amendment shall continue In,the exercise certiorari prohibition habeas corpus, are unknowns!, 'while ,typhoid The fruits ,cultivated are chiefly? 'STOP 1

of the duties thereof according to and an writs Wiper? or necessary! to feTe rarely, heard,af. It Is a desirable grape-fruit oranges and plll appl-.'. k

-Oleyis Kidney, their respectlTf commissions and matil the'complete exercise of their Jurisdic place for those suffering from Gains, mangoes avocado Petra and a conglu a tickling or aa tr-

rfGt. their successors are'duly: qualified, end tion. t: lung troubles, asthma, catarrh 'and limes are largely produced, but being ritation In I the throat makes yon feel ;
U
ga iJtwn W provided further that when, any eoa'n- Section 24 ot Article ,V, of the Constitution similar' diseases 'which are prevalentIn Indigenous to the country they thrive uneomuttable. take Banardt Hon:

., I ty court shan hereafter be established of the State Florida is hereby colder climates. Many persons, affected with little or no ,cultivation., Citrus bound Syrup.; Dont wait until the 41s-

( In any county in this State the county amended ao'as'! to reed,as follows: ,with these His 11&I come here trees require from three to' five years ease has gone beyond control JI '.

ECIEMA t! OtN>te1, Judge of said county shan bold bis office Section 24. Upon ths application of a and have been cured' or greatly; bene- after planting to producefruit.: Pineapples and ) .. Jj A. Andersen 254 West Etfc

and perform the duties'of Judge majority: ot the 'registered voters of fltted. Of course this! is not the ease which grow on al I plant somewhat streetSalt [Lake City Utah, writes:
ABSOLUTELY CUHFRMIT ',
of the county 'court, until, h> tel'll1.. any county, Inj this State the legislature In'every' instance People die here is 'resembling the cactus and whichare "We think,;BallanTs Horehound Synr

SALVE. office, shall expire. shan establish. In such county a they do everywhere else. No country propagated by setting slips or the, beet midicln*for coughs sad colds
is N.ee CI.. ,..a'BOX, ARTICLE XXTT. court of record and there shall be one has yet' been discovered where peopleare suckers, bear fruit in 18 mouths'after We have used it for several years; it
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1 the Constitution of the State of Floridabe shall be>a practicing'attorney: at law. At the same,time 1ID&1 be truthfully grown in the open, there being no necessity pleasant and gives perfect H.taetIoa.'

. <'andjthe ,same Is hereby agreed;to said that the conditions tendingto for protection from. cold and 25t.:, 50e/aad 21.00 at Bed Cross Plar- I' :'.

T YQLdS and shall be submitted to the.electors: .(Continued,on page seven.) ,I general bealthfolnesa are_ aa tavor- ,there Is bias_a earths of about .'00 macy. \ 1I
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THe j DAIL'y; : 1'.' planters'will have little p-iM for com;;advice-I ,there Lothers.who_ JU.. Fletcher: ;Chainnaa' of'the BUY 'YOUR f
". .. "ff" 1 plaint "think cleanliness and .Executive Co'mmlt- ,*" j UNIVERSITY
: '. cant.for naught and take no Fla.:. .
; lAMI .!Er OPOLlS. J 'Republican 'campaign I managers ap- In the matter'of beautifying or r Sir=I have noted that the School Books FROS Florida r
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preciate the value of advertising. They pleasant the surroundings for > tate Executive'!Committee has Qf
.4 ever Uv ..c pt Su.day.' columns of agricultural whom -
-- are utilizing the they, In a.measure, particular In(removing from ri11u1
t LiA1UII.rT11 ; newspapers .by Inserting large support. j.I # every nominee, ,for presiden Julius

"f. I and attractive advertisements eztollln I Such persons as" these'are who holds any kind of posi- .1 I First'ClassProvisioal

-t: IL}. tnllaalnma .. the exploits and virtues; of Theodore recognized.' 'They care or election how .
Roosevelt and the excellence of hli more than a living rand have It might be. even YOUR Book Seller -
....... a. tb P lllee as x..anort, I .AD FOR
t. ue.oo. ...._ administration., The'Jtepublre n campaign ,t interest of home, city,or State at 'notaries public. I suppose .
..' .. manager,!'* realize' their weak |This class, however Is In.- a course Is the beet course to. BODY A.e.Gymuai.a. > j I" *
\Mra .esp.p.rpnhhahed .
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l. &lie seta land 01 CDU04 states a&Wtao.t spot. and they are adroitly seeking to minority here, and ,the Inasmuch as I am a mem- News Dealer : ;' ;''
IoGUIera r&1lw. ._IDI1", strengthen' It: .ThesVadvertlsements j In glad to chronicle the fact that Legislature and also hold lUll, ru -IIND Ahirrc. .Scholarly lt.vofmM <"g
0 Year bl )tai ................... agricultural Journals of. large circus to' Miami the coming winter --:11I: from the Governor as a 1 4 V apeda\l..ta
lIoDtha.L..., ........,....... 2b0I latlon'will\ exert: an Influence with ,a a, cleaner, prettier and more commissioner to revise the ,, MORALS (Mffl": Seas .')
I nfM ILohths.. .....;........... L2So.i considerable, berf;!of I voters. II ve city, as a whole,- than ,that .WI of the State, I have WANTED.-Pear.>seed. Wilson. 4 t ebuiaofw004cIUa..lllp"'':'',
Week; IIJ rier.......;..;. 10TDe -- I ft'but a few months! 'ago.; }hat It would be best for me Flye. ".., .J AJJresK Tlw Pmifcst 1gs cay Harlst i
Germany's naval expenditures In to the committee my resigna- .
.. Iitmi P iot1OB COmp1aY., 1884-5 were 19,400,000 while Great AMERICANS MORE I nominee! for presidential t. :}

3dtertUingJ n made known on Britain'l'...ere 153900,00 i. In 1899-1900 _,I i do' not think that I would Hinson House .
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6 app! cation. Germany's, ex were $32.400 In the fighting around Llaol' I could, of course, re- ,
7 I T131.EP NE, 61=38.' 000. fhlle Great Britain's were $132. whIch continued.abedttep: ? days member of the Legislature,
CE: M POLLS BUILDING. 000.000.For 1904-5 'Germany's. expen- Japanese claim to have lost % ere is no likelihood of a spe Newly Furnl.hedjin new location. Rate *1.50 per day
433 and 424 elfth Street ditures are estimated at 155.000,000 and killed. and :wounded while the being called between now -. SPECIAL BY Awr WEE!C. Sat 14th St.. Miami Florida -

house.SEPTEMB Great'Britain's,at $184.300.000. Great sians place their losses at 17,000. election', but I-do not .,.,.,.. n.inn rw.wI
s i Britain has uie'la-rgest( navy in, the killed on each side Is'estimated as a revision commie. I

R 2,1, 1904. world's, history..! For hundreds I of years tween I '4,000' and 5, #:-0.,( -The in order that the Republlf Are You: Gd.irlg to' Build? '
It has been. the policy.of that nation of prisoners Is not given.. SL hi have not the slightest

YTiLIGHT DE OCRATIC TICKET.t to maintain a'strong navy\ and It I. burg reports Kuropatktn's force M ; make a contest. In,the State r
through her nayal power that ,the ((00 men. while-the! Japanese .it possible for a repetition I' .IFISO.ORIF: YOU:,? BED BUILD.; MATERyou -
British empire has bee acquired and ti estimated to be 220.000.: Those of the Hayes-Tilden contro- 'I "
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1 bL7ON IIPARKER.. held. The British n&YJJI greater than i eclare the battle of Ltao;Yang Florida elected a Re
that of two and the workof die bloodiest of modern' times it :
i any national President I have thought r"'il
[, 1 HENRY For Yl a.President DAVIS.' increasing and, Improving It, con-, 4 I et the record of..lau hter'In the ke this course. MCDONALD & co ;: ;

". For United States Senator stantly.contlnues. :, far. The battle of f deeply sensible of the high i .
tot one-third u long u J,the me by the people In nomi- i I J" '
JAPES P. ALLAFERRO The_first night train :according to a Of Llao Yang, yet the total' for this high position, and Dealers If L..berLatu.. s IcU_f ;Gale=*. rlCk.' "
;' l FoYRLNARK.r writer for', Leslie's Monthly, ...as... I Chlcknmaugaamounted to that the_situation Llm.,CenieatPlaster,HalrEtd Yards and officeA D and 14th St.America's .

tablished by the Democratic nomlnei 1fOO!| men. In.tile three days' 'I'feel called upon'In the-I. U ,,,, ,.,..,...'. .*. ., . ,' .-/ _-_ ,-
; iFor Tenor, for Vice-President The story follows: ,It Gettysburg the losses of both absolute safety for toe party .,..
NAPOLEON B. BROW J.lU). "Henry Gassaway Davis found.his firs {n killed,' ....ound d I(and } the position. I should I ;
'J'wJ S.cri or State. I Most
0, r B. CLA 177 WI'OKD." !' advancement when be secured the amounted I to.54,000, or,about \ this earlier, but.I; did not Perfect Whee if
'J coveted position of brakeman on a if the total of ,.
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? strength position I hold as reviser .
4\. } Tdf AttoRnq 13entNWz' : i freight train of tAe Bal more and Ohio ,n the:ten days fighting even a question., and It I* f I I ...

t. ra 'Ii.'mptroIJer"ELLIS. :",1' railroad. It,.was not long'before.he. cluded the battles of :the: Wlldl' my observation' of the Geor The ,=,-acyo ) ; -.j I "

1 was advanced Jo the more responsible and Spottsylvanlav. Grant.with an action that I have f ,
< (A. CcR00L, position-of tr l frelghtcondnctor responsible j>f 130,000 lost 29.410 men. usa I even' a- remote question I '
I ., :1' t r 1'hu1uer, b beu I In these days but far more 80. and,men being killed.'19,000 about It.- Differs from the ,bicycle. Pushes one-fourth. '

'WJL 'ENOT'I'Mi!; relatively. In those, At twenty-four ind' 7.000 taken prisoners. : want the!-committee! feel .easier :and is propelled the .
t/teaa Iutit -" : same way. : ,
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he : promoted
[ was about. 65,000 men the Confederate. >> C my name off: the ticket
fOWlW the. position iof superintendent In was about 12000. '' aIIJ'.1claim'upon me or The less the 'fnchofe the easier the push. t
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charge There has been bloody
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ar.or Agrk .. He Introduced an InnoftUcm'wblch iween- Racyde on .Bearing !
the Japanese and Russians
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any way
f ;;' Rat j a. IcUN aommIasJOHN i:1';aroeo : 1 marked a decided advance step In rail 'It bas not equalled the record ; !ready and willing Jto assist .$. than any other bicycle. r 1
reading. Up to that nme It bad notbeau bi American citizens when they "
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MOROAK., -- I considered practicable to run lighting each other In the civil. ?lurba'r '
..1 J'w t ..mbtCODPif trains at night When|nightfall came respectfully yours -11
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:r t. JU) I freight trains and passenger trains RY AN'S COMMONER s. :
nvl1le:Fla.. Sept. 13, 1904. have p.to.datk ;
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-' i i'Ie alike were 'tIed up' their Journeys to plumbing establishment ,!.n-
j 'i I SPeakIUC'-O :;:; C., B. '''Koonce, Sumtervllle,
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TICKSCty be resumed only when dafJght came. concerns.",t ; connection: with mypreparedto Bicycle Emporium and am
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Davis held there| was no Rood ,; :s. J'w *te Senator reason why they should not be run by I 1, Vermont would be a better : .-:Yours of the,12th Instant do the:b< st work. Call and see me.'rM. '.
: '' J''IL HUDSON. well ] and proved It your resignation u presiden f' .
night as as by day barometer were it not'for : '
,. For Re tttin : haa been received WhileI
,. His flrat night train from Cumberlandto Mr. -Thomas Lawson! Is merely J. MCDONALD
j ., GR.UU.U W. KING. marked I necessity which has led to ., .
s Baltimore an Important ng what the public has long
... V For eoImtJ JndgeA ',- epoch in railroading." Wisconsin Democrats have : still I believe,; the ; ,
..; &IHEYSER j have adopted Is a wise one -- ,
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.SURVEYING TILE KEYS. machine,
ROBERT I 1& TAYLOR.' .... to even question the quailOU I
.i-I 1 i' There Is no "r" In coal, but.the The Shoe that
For TU OIIeetorT. : electors.I ,, "LENOX ff pleat.es! every child and |
State ;net up with a bound' when ,
The whole and paesibly'theentire
.:.N.. }AtnmLI month comes In. very truly > ive them ,Comfort. ;;' "
country Is Just {now Interested "
J'orTu Aa 4'I, Chairman. ,. .
? GEO4 BUTLER o x I In the'survey.'of' the'Florida Keys,by Mr.; Schwab)Is going 'Into the .... V 'have over twent -five different styles in this famous*
Coast .building business: again,- a new
engineers of the.Florida East We
For Con CJ Treasurer'j. railway. with.u e view jot determining aving been born. J. IAL COMMENTS., I CHILDREN'S jI10E.an can"easily "fit" any I
GI DL w ERSON. t booYIm.In f Child with COMFORT. '- / .
I j. lnp Colorado Is the
the feasibility 'extending the road York World (Dem.)' says:
V Superlnt, dent of SchootaV from key to ,key and across numerous //IIIate' fruit of imperialism'' and. : boit says he I Is trying ,to '.1 .It; is the Oalv Shoe Especially
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expanses of water to Key Weut- irism In the Philippines C1eYe Dd Democrats out'of (" '
Cireut CoIIrt Designed toJ]!Fit Their Feet "
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This Is one of the greatest feats in r The trust the coal party, which la an- 'I .
T -. JI:.. C. EARBORN.' railroading ever undertaken, or.; at continue '.to stagger along, uod 'of saying that he Is' trying
., ... I r: SherIQx : least advocated.. .Upon the'report of :freight of their pneumatic' .the Democrats out! of, the Stanford & Co., I :-lOpposIte. Express' Office., I
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JOHN
OHOCK. who are the i Secretary Loeb is writing .
.. these engineers among. I party. .
r For County Commll81oneJ'S[ best. In the country, will j depend ,the 'mch emphatic language that' he \I"'

Id JOHNS' efforts. of the railroad officials to bring veys the Impression that it was : eston Post i (Dem.) says.: ". ; '. ', '
:. r E. 1L VWICK. to, a successful end ties I constructionof : I r Perhaps Secretary Shawwants, Is hitting ,the Demo- + j
I Tr A. NFIELD". the proposed exteneiQQn. Those who believe' he can not see anJ' i as he can from the fi ,', I
'.<' i i JOHN SEWELL., know Mr; .Flagler ana n's associates cause he ie '3,000 miles away t4. third-party man, but
'. E. ap nd their Indonilnable *Ill, know that.. :Washington. *, J Swallow, the ProhIbition- Burned Out +'
)" ,- "' Forsoolliwrd. Once undertaken, nothing but !Insurmountable ': J The New York campaign; for President Is .
'; ; 'SIMS" obstacles wir| prevent the :marked by any large amount of Into the Republicans' ,so t plate ..
;' E W J PARRI4H. ultimate arrival In, Key West.of the 'tooting for'the.Republican State situation should be'pretty. we will continue in
w, )(. BURDINE.hts "" *:'J nqrid<< East Coast railroad Money, f,palgn. I off.:'"

J labor"and time will,count for nothing.The 1',,Another American l girl who t HARDWAREc'
II natural state lIr Ra>..erellt' seemingly Impossible! Is to .be penniless,.foreign nobleman has State (Dem.) says: & FURNITURE

roar as loud u any lion! Lut,unde ; made possible'If" such ,;'deed is- accomplishable. ,- lovered'that: .her husband I.o't, : over It for. couple;
+the restralDI influence ofa, cxmplign i'a cent. t. "Of.tile sOuth are
.be can coo as gently S'I a suck.V Already a force of engineers and assistants L No union men were'allowed to ; th the State that the rebeforeday' -J
: ,, equipped wirn every:possible ,In' the Labor-Day parade at, clubs are.eensa- e BUSjlNESS"'t"
InfhdOye. instrument for turveylng' the land [:Creek. The militia. bad 'the* ; d.. Injurious falsehoods' We at 1217 Garthside Bl'k'
: I Hu pee Fay$ a big crowd sounding fdr: bottom In the wat ind' ;the line. /, I lawlessness! in this, sec-! Avenue. "
18110mlnl to MtaD11: than whiter" ,The for comforts while practically' exiledIn I Mr.WaJte. : Wellman seems. to 'drawing on the Imagina i
Commodore Ia of the many'who the ...lId..'of Florida's thousands,of made the mistake of Issuing a local liars. for yarns.of ,
;::" b4i ka on M.m! and' n v seta anr little Islands, are' In- the!' field, and ienge. to men -1I'how,- r.).'quite.' \ ._ :
: 1 opportunity l Ot" say' a good word others'are being prepared to get away !to take It up) -and did.! m thl'l J 'WemtATSON
"" for] the m08t,'progressive as:rapidly as boats can jbe prepared for I j. ,Candidate' Fairbanks declares ad l-; Reror ( J ,': ::
11e city ID"the of Florida'd t heir accommodation i I 'the ant -trust laws Lave been times, the Republican party 1
Ii d ;Two large houseboats .for this purpose fund as!! soon' as trust: managers [ ted the tariff, and with the I II .... -,
.. ifbe Kansas wl eat crop"is estimated I 'a-re now being hustledahead, to i aughlng! the trusts' will- ult that It has lifted the I;t 'j .. .:>. r.. -
.a 4.000.000 bushels-, which la- 17 per rorapletlon'In; ibis port. They will be I Doubtless the Republican 1 I 1 higher notch. The last lift

+?- above the kverage crop for tent ,large seaworthy and f iBlcIently l comfortable :Committee would: like, to!;' put, i J on the excuse of creating 1 1i rNew
years, though n 'equal to' the crop| to accommodate- j a.. large crew tinrgated. edition' of the works of i place beside protection for : ,
let! year, which ras an extraordinary jof men. a number of ,..hom' are here. lore Roosevelt' upot" the'jmarket.P :; r,' Reciprocity. But reel- j I i I
a The of wheat this awaiting their) completion. [ "rha i the New York'I World :
.fW' yield ,year already !\ )- I ; a poor, neglected starveling ; Notby
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.deere not warrant the high prices quot- Within month 'or 'six 'weeks they he. Brooklyn: E' ele: argil! laboring been allowed even afms- j -
V e4 din{ Chicago. There'.appears to ben I will\ be oft on'the, task that will\ determine e-dplns'on 'that tH j 'election '! : at the hands ot her gruel r
] rood reason w y flour Is maintained a matter of vast '!mportance. not :.. entht"mt+N t"on: a i I
a : the present'pi Ice, .', i only to the'pubUc. tut' to the govern1imPnt r The army onartermaater. who, SuitsFor ,

and the world" .Several months r-1 .lion. .P. AH. >lt of. Jacksonville,;will be omipled In the survey, but.it ;t40.00fl,,the unexpended. portion! .o i: of Chicago thinks .
*. hb so succegsfu ly managed'the cam-;"is. expected, that by' next spring. ; the wrronr'aMon, has been .' i can carry Illinois' I Fall and Winter
1r pair 'of eon Fr nk Clark iln his con- engineers will>e able to give oV dispel Ih'''' n''d. There were' a If they get together. i I I r

'g easional ,"anu Is spoken of AS aprobable ;,hope' of the' 'projertsLet I /us"hope, for j' irwjv'contrartors. who could! have. J I might as ,well get 'together j I : -I ,
[ Candida e for'Mayor of Jack- the former. : more thanVthey got, ( be rathera pity' to lose This Cut represents ;, fit
;- V f tVivlile., If 1Ir. Holt would make as i'I electoral : i .' I'
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"I'jUlplgl'r. our big neighbor.up the coast l J ;: nwded. l F .... :;,-,: -I
no bet er than to have him The JacksonvUle !{Metropolis eaJIs the. Because be Is'. member of the I
; I Vail |ts chief exec lUrel: Here's: : success. ''I'attention! the people of that city Legislature;, and because he has ( : Post: (ben.), says: f Prices'i :

tclll01l. j to the fact that the.tourist season Is i ii ''appointed,by.Governor Jenn'ngs (dent Is going back to the $10.00 $12.00, $15.00 e rpattm.K
Le :i[rapldlJ' approaching-and that already i ii l:vision' _<>ommls8loner! ot'State, !I next week chiefly;.we are ,. ., .
outlook'f< i the cotton crop Is Ift i few visitors and tourist' 'are wending i'Hon. J. C. B.: Koonce'has resigned because for the,purpose .of -I _

not as bright as'.It was a month orS their way .southward.. It calls their : Democratic presidential elector : It.Is! : much better for a Serges, ..,t
; die week Stl1t the ,mot con-'! attention: the fact that It ta
i ages to necessary :than remain as such and !! ; ,candidate'to! be there than
Worlsted
.J.t.tlV" opinion puts the out-turn at ( "br lb" and' Improve ;jeop.rdlZ4th presidential ;
F P o up vote home... It Is very nice of t
4 ;:f#I'thlng over 11,000.000*., 'hlrh,. premises! roads,. etr. act only for per- resignation now makes;It n s people,to supply s'uch 'i '

.,. Irt borne out via make the crop among..'!aonal gains and benefits..but.Jor .the 'i be State Executive Committee to arten:too:a political 'aspi .g- Homespun... j j trams. ,i
the largest ever, pr due)1. An.nn- pleasure and attrartloa..of others; I'"Ida successor: to him ae an elector,_ cost to himself and with j MAIms}JD' .v 'OJ
'timely [rosy however;'wonW 'poll all Here In Miami the'Metropolis'{ has following. two letters explain the. ""of. executive authority .
,f .' t'41 utaUcmL- If khe price for for new 'done the same thhjon'frequent occasions ter i: .of vast favors: R. w.: RHODES t> uci

r 1nol; f. .holds'at 1< cents or above, the r and white many, 'have heeded the '''SumterY, lI Fla.,.''Sept..r .''I%, : the Other furnishings." : .

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I' L t ; 'THE i Henry Allen colored. who pleaded I received word Ii this morning that" 'It; willarrive forced to walk Around It. In.doing so II J, A. DANK.4O.IMUU ;"

; DAilY MIAMI METROPOLIS. guilty to assault. and battery' the here;(tonight As MOB aa It shall he snapped his finger$ In a friendly UssLlh.ttOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOttOOOOOOdOOOOC.
jo term of. the county; court last ,week. have arrived the Jupiter will be hauled manner to the" animal which without r 11
,: WEDNESDAY: : SEP7EM$ %1. 19M. was sentenced yesterday to pay a;I fine out:at the .yard of the Miami[Boat' warning raised.up,and bit' him on' the I II '
.., c T of 1100.00 and,cost or serve six months Works an4'1t Installed. Captain'Ross' bleep of the left arm. He still further ,-
i MAI1i r '; In the county-prison. camp by Judge has considerable wprry and. Inconvenleoce says that, he la reliably Informed: by I _
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;' 'L m. Today Mr..E. T. Clyatt Is entertaining profitable.. charters thereby;'. >; '.i fight It away froi him with ;'lUck, ;
z $:5d p, i''I. ,, on r fishing party Mr. J. WWilkinson : and that he '(Billings\ ) wanted the dog
II pole for the North-t of the Erickson! Telephone Co.. At the:regular weekly meeting of the I killed' but,that Marshal. Flanagan re- The Hudson Bi :yde :
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C:1g L m. of New York, and Mr. W. E. Youngs. fire department held last night It was fused to do soas It was not mad. The
: ,':11.p, m.i .-;' Mr. Wilkinson la here on business and decided,",to j move. the hose drying rack boy's. Injury was'$i reseed by Dr. Jackson :

pleasure, and Is much Infatuated 'with from Thirteenth::street, where it, has *, and he" Is iolng' nicely,-thoughsuffering ..;I. ,'
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I. '! 1"I Miami and the entire East Coast.J. for some lime put served as a grandstand considerable pain.. '" ,... ,Is Built to Ride I 1
'tothe ,baseball 'grounds to the I '. : -, The choice of ssionals
prof because it istlielest'wheel
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I i TOWM TOPIC i H. Tatnm' has begun hauling din yard:1n'the rear of fire department SCHOOL : niade .
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and rock to'tbe'west' end 'of Twelfth headquarters';bn Avenue, where It : .:
4 .tlig I street and filling.'In the grade approach will agaln'be, put In service for the department ;' .1905;model J. $45. .;:
: to the new-bridge which be Is 'jit was also decided to erector SCHOOL SUPPLIES.Etna ./ '
f Tweutr.tI..eeenb; to the arch bathtug to construct''across the river at 1 that build the department bathhouseunderneath .

grounds Qu Sunday an Thursday point. Work,will begin on the 'bridge. the rack.. ', s t' Duo'
liar t Throw 1 1XVe Old :
Away our Tires- ,
Z: afternoon&j J I as soon as.tEe Secretary of War. .sends ,
down the'permit 1 Mr. Dan He wood, the popular cleric \
' Yra iw bin of'the Continental Hotel at Atlantic\ rbt r Cpr .Q6ooR0 can' vulcarize them af 1 1. make! them
* The Hotel pesb to-
Bay The scholars of Mrs. Dr. Jackson'sSunday '1
:1 1 Beach (Pablo) this summer,'and ,who good as new. \Ve.are, thin only J people
; : day Mr Robert. s DU.'wrorth. I St. Aaguat school class will hold an. Ice has been' jintte HI for the 'past several I : 'Miami who Milcinize. T res. .
: tine, and leurs. II.. '.J. d P. W. cream festival Friday'afternoon at the weeks at]his Jj renb' home In Key Tab:ets, | ,
Ryan, of Weat'Palm Beaclc .. residence. of Dr. and Mrs. Jackson at West,. was' a 'passenger coming over ,Compos UKM Books, t I
t' the corner of.'A: venue. B and Twelfth s.erdaJ'arteruoon dD the steamer Pencil Boxes" ,.
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( The '
,' 11'l lwu I I street I The proceeds to, go ''to the' Martinique from the Island City ,Mr. Peas and. Pencils, :. Hudson Cycle Co. ,. .
A Cult In Iaisumpslt dani es Uoo.OQ' chandelier fund of the Methodist Ii Heywood ..connected with the F. ; :.
tiled I the county court thIaf Church. South. All are.lnvUedto, attend "- E. C Ryand.I.no.will make a trip through Slates.; If 1005 Avenue D, ,0pp. Ulle do1i Block Miami Fla.
morning b1))be Gotdaboro Buggy Co. and i good time is promised them. the country advertising the East'Coast Rulers,
'. n. R. E. W&tI n, Ill Taylor' bpislntirs "" ,. Inks Etc \ '
Florid and the lower :
of especially section t :
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a tprney. j jt' Mr. J. J. Pleters,' representing' 'the of the State.A .. '. : f ._ _-. --- -- .
,. I Horticultural Department: of the |Tnlted ..' Second, Hand : Books Takento .I :.,

The coaatiag schooner Re lance came States,arrived In the city this room Rt'publlcan Club has been organized .Ex change.
r # In'thll morning} from Key West w.lthi ing. Mr. Pieters fa. here'for the: pur- in this city with H. C. Budge president .... l@'Ea-t Our BreadIAM >
: a conalderabo)! cargo.of C neral merebandlle -' pose of conferring with Prof. Rolfs, ; C. i. Rose. lce-pret ldent'Oscar : 1'HE I ;.' .
t cop'igned' to. me hanb here of the experimental station' and for 1;i Conklin.. secretary' and -J. F. Wood- ,", i'-
an4 at Lembn Cltr. the purpose of examining I Into the'proposed worth.trei surer., The object of the club RACKET STORE: ( ) WE.t ILL f! ;
:; : : drainage of Everglades and is to b olt after.the Republican J?Interests ri Avenue Office.W.{ H.CUAILLE A SON. : : ,
The niarre of Mies, eI RDmtb other lands now inundated and iintlll- Expm*, J'roprieln. ,
In :Da.de county and assist in flnan-
ir bx to Dr. Hard Re'nO'd' wI I be IOlem-1 ,able. He will be here several. days. ceering the party in the State Mr{: M, I. ----1 -- Add Years, to- your ir6J] j ,}
r. raised tomolrowet Oxford. N. B., McFaplane,: Republican candidate 'I ; ,
"The Sweetest Flower
That Bfows"Is
Eugene RoWnt II there n ,w ., for governor and several other candidates iL.PS lOCALS. ,
}'t Id and Ra afh fa exPect to arrive not, sweeter than Tbelma the new for State offices .will'be here ; is the in Jiiami
Bakery that
perfume. .A delightful odor, delicateyet ,: only one makes j '
there In' to d the ceremony j THIS :
L j tir44di + ? next wek and will,be entertained by the,
permanent Thelma la becoming 'I '
Headquarters fancy groceries, '
IMli.
fruit. aad cakes by Ma
club. ;hinei-y.and '
t : I favorite .among of refine therebyondiiions"
the people J .-tc at Wilson If Flye'a. ,1 v.
' "Coral
FOR tlib -il11eottag at II ment everywhere. Call and test It at under mucI i
more healthy : l
Crag on bar In the B ekeU Hammock : Try ourBread
F| D.. Hughes a' letter Is i
our.store: We are glad to show {)It because received your eewlngt ) but of order! .
occupied 17 Mr,, and Loren: It' makes friends for Itself and this,morning from Mrs.: Roome.'of: the Let W. U. Daughtry repair it He j I
m Blacbtoile. i' for the i i'put maths.Address' [us. I II II yacht R amer, stating that they had [I knows how. lK 5Avenue D.'. 'Home: Mad( .", 'i1
: BIscayne Drug left NewJYork for thls'city.' ,The letter .. :.' ,1
Store .
4t Mre Margaret Arno c d Groom.. I MIAMI CONSWVATORV'OK MUSIC i i t '
further stated that the yacht would .
3 I John C. Abernathy, ,
s, Pfo be.brought' sal far .south as Beaufort' ,: FRANKLI COLEMAN BTjSH nnd. yod'vill think it.as'elici. I 1. *. ;=!

t Bide wll e rece1 ed'fo ptumblnLj[ :The. Martinique Cap Dillon S., C., and thfcre:,laid"up: for a,'period DIRECTOR 225[TWELFTH STREET i'
: roofingIulnber, doors an windows?:. made.a:remarkably fast trip| over while they came on here and begin the ", .
I and 'plastering for the no a .building,j from i Key Wet yesterday and was.off.(' erection !;!!of 'their' winter home,. after MONEY TO L/JAN-Apply to Dad JOHN BOLD. 'I

,- at the office.of' Walter C DeGarmo,.thebar as. early as 9. p' lock: ip/ the I jnhlch]I they will ;.ctu'm'to' Beaufort and County: Security Co., M. V Brown.. os'tieet ,, SEf'
architect. room 4. Metropo Is building, 'morning,I and could .have'bcpn tit her!:bring'th4'Roamer here.. From]thia I it'appears "!. B., Shaw. 432 {Twelfth A4IamI I :B
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'not later than" Tuesday, th ) .27th. Of-.,, s flee hours.II t)_.- m., toj,I 12 not n., 3tMrs. ','low tide at the bar and which. !Ifj any-:'nylng'the' Commodore which win. ;,be Needles" for kinds of sewing ma- 4 :' fI' ,
I'--, A I thins, detained her' longer than her ec-}}'gratifying to .her many1 friendS here chineq(at W. I.all Daughtry's, 1005 Ave-( ,. I i' Q, I I:1 f.:
C. Dj LefHer and c illdren ,who j jrhad jcustomed time of arriving. She bad : It Is feared that the Roamer got away nuebtWANTED.Purchasers f'I -- I, -- -. ; ,r --- -- :1
lam' been vlsitng her pare U.' Mr. and I over but seven" passengers and a"small ,'.from New .York Just in time J to encounter ; I. 'for rest_,I ;1-

,. E. C yilartinn' Tack nvnle,' and j I,amount, .of freight. | tjhe< .tropical storm which swept. ft who were en route.to 8t Louis, were? I I,,the Middle Atlantic coast. and did considerabl -.: meet Co:,1 :
I a PlJ'mentl. :J.. IL Tatum A P
telegraphed at Nashville ol the serious The Metropolis acknowledges receiPt l'. ,damage to shipping., but1u; Rea' Estate Ben: ar macI| tl tlJf
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'/ illness of !Wr [mother,' ai d she wash of a package of choice crystalUed fruit the yacht. .is Staunch and seaworthyboat I .
forced to return... "there at opce. \ prepared i by ) ,. Con B. Ormsbee, who. an0 1ootd.naturallJ'.I'ID from FOtt SAL i 1903 Orient Buck- i >
: I I.t recently< removed. Miami and ''is establishing -,' port to port and close in shore, but lit-]I board In'good ndIU o Price $200.00 #B H a9s lHlsHsV | sflsV BV EI BsVUH| | BBM P H IHHs M BBal 3ft
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;:' Mr. Georae' L.' .Lowe, shier'' of the a fine ",reputation and) trade]tie. if any. fear Is apprehended for hersafety. cuh. Address :. ,.M. Potter., West A complete d4uefu'l1.t selected. stock.' AVe buy our (rugs in | j
i'f Flr National Bank of Ke> West was for these delicious products She,has. ;. 'Palm Beach,' fB small quanties and often. r.o we can i'lwayn! have them frail and I
r a paueDl"re Mtn '!over y ssterday' 'afternoon a large variety Including specimens], ]I,; gre.Ourcustomersgetthebeneftof t ii is and are always satisfied ..
f" on [the steamer Martinique from the.banann.. lemon, avocado)| The report"published, In anotber af-, .FOR SALE.-rra acres of good' pine ,
m the l Island Clt}. Mr. Lowe Is en pear,'mango: pawpawrlime sod'many ternoon paper 'yesterday' of the biting; lend tll'llt-e11.8l !for fruits and yege eOe 4afctif pant! flrin&anb'r :1
Leion
nine
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bleu
west of
* ::te ,North' on.a short business and others It is hoped and expected that of Herman Billings, a twelve year old City about t
trip.iwrenc. Mrs. OrmsbM will succeed In.buildingup boy. : by |he dog of a Mr. Montgomery.;!and a half.1and ot far from rock road. :' ..: : :. a large business In these lines as of Cocoanut Grover Is entirely wrong,I!! Will .U cbeap. ,Address "Ltaa." ear :I i
La *, t rn..., of.' Jackson- there can be found nothing finer than and misleading, says .the father of the!j The Metropolis ., at the soda ,fountain, Special'crea,, ns and: Mierbets Satu dy
.r vine, a large insurance 'at nt ot that the tropical fruits:. of,this section,either boy. He.*,.. the child was bitten COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR RENT. afternoons and jereninga. We \\'aalways'endeavor t your'patronage and will '
city;and who carried: nom of the risks In their natural.state or as prepared, by I'Monday I night Instead of yesterday I Five-room hou" with bath, .cistern,", ? '<< to see _that, ,you get the best _in outline, .. :
_ on the yon building ind bnslnew Mrs.. OrmsbeeCaptain morning; in front of Doane a';Ranler-- :and necessary out-houses, with ten. or ::1 _
, '1 burned Iast|Thursday, 'an red In the son's butcher shop, and that he was 'I more acres'of flood, trucking,land at 1 I Personal Atteatioa ''A, tsw' 0.ad .- T.t ,Dtstj',NsrA .of PsstUlke" I a:
.I'" ety this morning for the purposeof Enoch Ross?, of the I yacht' cot teasing It The dog the father fur- Orange Glade, ijve} miles from Miami. gi ieelo. prescrifUwu JW. E. VOUNGS.; :: PROP. .. tL
; adjusting,and settling thflj amount of Jupiter, who has been expecting ,his' ther says, was standing in the middle:|On good rock road. Call on or address '
Insurance. new engine for the past several weeks j i of the sidewalk and that his son was i Walter'Waldln. M1WL.t t.t.1 ,- -t- I I ''

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<, AR BISHOP'S'SALARY, nor of the Stale of Florida on the

COLORED t I .PEOP! I:E Was:Cut to Suit ), I I 6th day of October;A. D. U04. for Letter 'outhern i.

ELSEWHERE. 1.H The salary of the Archbishop of Can- Patent On the proposed charter ai1wa

AND 1'1 e, That Suited Him terbury ijs $75,000 per :year. AccordIng I hereto' annexed. j ,.

.v HEiE' -, .. to the PostExpress writei. this ThIs 27th day at August, A. D. 1904.JAMES ... ) ,t. t I j jI'

and as a result. ,we are, salary Is derived from the treasury'of;, T. SANDERS.
Dr B. ) u u to Biscayne } I I
mOrDlng now working'FOUR the church; the income,of.which Is es- w. a GRAMLINO. f
yesterda3r om assns.Mr. '
Gn : timated fat $$40,000,000., The Arch. 4. H. TATUM.. Worlds Fait ;Route .
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MEN JAILORSin
1 bishop's plUclal residence Is at "Lari- CHJARTER."The I

.Mond.r B:Ward; of Buena b Leta sln-was In order to\eep aKeac ;of,' beth Place," which is",situated\on tile undersigned, persons, James T.I ) V .
town : flightl on
our orders.. All this has banks ol the Thames almost oppositethe Sauden,',W. S. JGramllng, and, J. H. Best Line fo I St.. Louis V

JohIcswnh hous'S of.Parliament at,Winchester. Tatunti hereby associate themselves together ,
:Mr, was Ii town'yes-.
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fro Lemon ipty.Sin. been brought ,about by Th< PostExpresswriter, adds: : for the purpose of becoming Incorporated ', I !'.- | ,>

terdar '\ -, the satisfaction which follows -" "In this! palace the Archbishop entertains und the laws of the Stateof : Superb dining car service 'I ;;
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In'Veat .
I I state during the,London Florida '
Eotefue
: Jonee'Is lUll on thee : work. : I _'
our 84.'aabn. Dr.' Davidson Is described,; as The Is the char- I" "
following proposed I '
sick Uat. I I IJ. i I
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a 'plain-looking man- neither cora-
I t corporation
."'.. Rev. 1. Swain, -'came n this mOrDj'JDc. if' .' f' tive no Imi/resslve.', He" Is I aid,! to ter for the'- Intented ARTICLE: i.: : Stop oiers, going:and returning: 'i' .

+ .. have a Keen sense of humor,and, like I
I I The name of the corporation shaH beTbe ,
# all of humor: he Is exceptionally ,
'- We make Pants to your men Florida Medical Company with I at Atlanta Knoijille ionisiill Asheville
;' i broadmintlmat nded which Is shown by his Its principal office located'.at Miami e,, ., .
I Master: oe 1Doraey ler this morning j I
Etonvu FlL, ,measure from 1I I friendship with the clergy of Dade County Florida and Carolina
foe tIC 001 at e. different religious denominations. The principalNorth Mountain Resorts. '
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II'I al all the :Metho-I UP I Archbishop of Canterbury enjoys many ,The general ARTICLE lature of the business. '
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Close mtinga : {I' 1
$4 50 : prerogatives.: The most, important Is j j I. '
diet churches'of tie laa ,night :were : I to be transacts shall be the mannfae- I
that of heading the commission of dlg- ;
very yell tended 1 nltariesjof the realm who form a council luring of and p aclng upon the market ; See High Bridge (highest railroad ridge'in the ,world.) Famous
Extracts! and Medicines composed Blue Grass Region, Lexington and Lon'i vi11e. -. '
Suit of regency In the event of an Interregnum ,
On Mendy nlgh\Gutf ,tram Lodge a.nd. a Catchy' ] The"last'occasion. on which wholly or In pact of native herbs, fruits Free reclining chair; cafe and fligk i class day coaches. Through W

of the'L OJ I.of, O. $I.'_d !D. of S. eonI as' low as the primate f of all England was called 'and berries and! In such quantity and Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville to m. Louis,: _1

fears deq r eea on one 1 me bet: upon tojfill this office was on the deathof quality as shall be decided b1'th Folders. ;,rates: eta" t' cheerfully! f ,Arnished upon application. I f fi
of :
Board of Directors.
,l Queer Anne. Several days elapsed i L '' .
Prayer eeting r twu eU, attended $22.00 Before her successor George.,'reached ,, ; 'AITICLEIII. J.iC, Lusk, 'Distribt Passenger Agent.io8W. '."
church lut ; The amount if capital stock shall be
at New M Zion paPtiS <
from .
England Hanover.. The Archbishop
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night, &I ua'. ,i also the $2.600.00. to be divided Into 250 shares Bay'.St: Jackson lle, FlaT
{ enjoys privilege'of, ::1 ,
[ --- of the of 10.00 each which ,
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I ; ; ranking next to royalty: and olf all '
)ir. J.' wardej, the Ilor made a State Occasions he' tampreCedence shall be payable' at the option'of the

Lying Haig' to Deerfield'esterday;; and We Guarantee our work or give over alj others In the king's domain Board of Directors In services, cash or

returned vat'''' night. H went cap' onbusiness. back the money you paid for it- Curiously} enough the wife of' the' property, eIther real or personal, at a $$2.50 S a vannafi ha and Return'

f' =,I f,' WORLEY Archbishop of Canterbury has 110'om- Just valuation, lo be fixed by the Boardof
J. ::1\. clal rank:whatever,:and addressed; Directors of |hs! Company at a meetIng -

o ,Rai, J M;;,.Josiua_ }Ill preach ,at Next'to. First National Bank the same as any lady in private life." 1 called for this purpose.ARTICLE ,
Zion !Bap church ,OIl IV.
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'' ight' AU are Invited 'to at- : COPY.In i This corporationshall: continue and 400 Colombia .and RCtIINISeaboard f

<#<:.NeiY: i 1 I ,' < injustice the Circuit Court 'of.the' Seventh have power toj! operate Its corporate. :.

.-, ., children an everlasting tokeep Judicial Circuit'of, Florida, Within franchises, pollen and Immunities I '
Den. o1i. East LightLodie.; them'out, of'! school. or even'not and for: Dade Count.. si term of twenty-five (25) years after I I

,.0.;. N., 0.1 to.: .. Ito. 5280.;!are;ex- compelling them to go' to,school; 1.They I In Chancery.. ,, the commencement of its corporate ex,
," ';petted to'be out to- at Its' replatJlleet1 should be made to go, and ,jUiat"on: Bay istence.. .i
Biscayne
,. ; ,:.', ''' timeTar er"U.; soon..or''late i bring. Bankjof a Corporation A 1TICLE .;
\ ''' : Complainant vs. Stuart H/,Hale, Defendant V.
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\ ,( ".: r+f.. +' shame and dlagrace. | rj' "" The. buslnen of this Company shall
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{There. tLern Ypmeci'be held ,; "-" -. I Order\ _( bUcaUOD... bet conducted by..a President a VIce: Air line i 6 Railway'Wed.
and Tneeby -
Monday 'PEART'PLLNS ARCTIC TRIP. .
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and
telKaigbta: or 'bt the --' *. ". _- '._:_ -T & i 'Upon application of the omp1al1V.nb'tta President Secretary I Treasurer. .
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.. .....:. t,-- --. '\. '.... : |solid tors, Patterson ,ft: "Evsrln, General;Mna etand'by'such other
tJ. Ji'I' -' -. .1Prof Famous Explorer Discloses Sfcrets'of? It appearing from, .the affidavit of W. officers, agent o? employees, a*,may

His Proposed Venture, W..', Erjirtn.t one of the'said solicitor>> from time to me;,be appointed by: the Aug. 31.Spectate
; Light roe, Jr11 .
for said complainant,.that the refend- Board of DlrtftGI'L The office of Secretary .
'sow employed as bookkeeper (in' Mt.E Lieutenant Robert E. Peary:the ant, Stuart. ..n.'Hale, has been absent and Treasurer, at the discretionof \ ..

:LovinI'I croceti' lto A very pro- famous Arctic explorer baa' disclosed fro-n" the" county for: 'mot than sixty the Board of Directors, may be filled p j Train t to l 'are.Jadsonife at f 11.30 f '
dent ope fa be a. m.
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4Mrs. : the secret he' some time ago announced days next preceding the' application by one and. the! same' person. The ,
t waa being carefully guarded by) him. for this'order of publication and that named-of the Officers and Directors 'I ,
N. ,WU lame"and Mrs. f: I
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: The explorer stated from the chair the residence ofsaid Stuart H. Hale Is shall consiststockholders. I of three members and t _
Savannh tickets
'Holbmtl J wen T1ai Mra. David of good returning bjr re nlar train on or before r
U presiding officer of the meeting unDon and that there Is no person ; who" are to conduct the Sept. Znd
-J'1el41 sad Mrs $arah Kltt ,In South the International Geographical Congress In they:State the service of a subpoena business of the corporation until those' Columbia tickets 1004 returning 1 by re palar" trains on. or.before Sept;;! 3d
Masil cap 1Mter'4&1; In New York' this week that he I election'shall be 't.
the
It i In chancery upon whom would bind the elected at ,1I"Bt I
I' the- column, In win. make another dash'for-the elusive said defendant Stuart H. 'Hale..,and qualified, are:] TICKETS SOLD ,FROM JACKSONVILLE ONLY !
Do.yai read col red .
afford pole next summer. that the said Stuart H.'Hale Is a person James T. Binders, President: r : .. I. ,
DaUi MetroPoUaT cannot -
the ; It.I It all the His announcement caused the greatest oi over,twenty-cne years of age. W. S..Gramllng. VIce-President O. A. McDonald, ,
to mist gI
teraY from f911 you 'coloredpeople. enthusiasm among the geographer It IS I therefore" ordered thai the,said J. H. Tatnnl, Secretary and Treasurer Assistant Gen. ,Fa...'Agent / s.'C. BojUtoo,I' Jr.

Dewl present; and delegate from all over the. Stuart H._Hale' be'and.Is hereby ... And James Tj Sanders, W. 8. Grinding ,. Jacksonville.0. .|I. Pass. Agt.
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[ world attended, qulrea to appear to the Bill of Complain and J.. H. Tatnm shall constitute the !", I. :I .
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Mrs ante P. ;Howard. .'yet'1IneItlpDt Sir John Mum,, the eminent Scotch filed In the said cause, on 'or Board of Directors until said election. ,

Jt'DIII&D. UTlne I South,MiamI, scientist,'presented a resolution calling before Monday the 3rd day of October The Officers pd Board of Directors of .u,. '
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: left ooondq night rpr'Der, home, upfn upon the people'of northern:climes to A. D1904. otherwise the allegations of said corporation shall be elected at thefirst I., .

thenorthern. put f the State" to.be aid the expeditions ,to. be 'fitted' for said'pfn.win be taken u confessed by .annual ineetlng of the stockholders I

"'; gout for IIbout two months" North Pole voyage. j 1- the said defendant and at each annual meeting of the i

t.: I r -) F. W. Stokes, the New York artist It ('I further ordered that this order stockholders!thereafter. The first an-

See that they are In school every 4&1. was presented with a medal, having be published once week for eight consecutive nual meeting of the stockholder, and .6h bblo'Q j Rates.

,.'Sake: ,;. rOar bua1Dto Sod :out been the'first of his profession. accompany weeks In "The Miami MetrOpolis each annuals! meeting thereafter., shallbe

,wiethei or Dot be there when the a polar'expedltionLieutenant ,1! ,* newspaper published In the held at the office of the Company on _

Toll wfi 0 ailed.: Par ta, you re reeponslble reary.said in part: -'De cqunty of Dade and State ,of Florida the 27th,daylof]! August >- ': I

e for your ch dren: contract tor 'm'l1e" Arctic ahlp'has Dated this 8th day of August,,'A. D. ..ARTICLE VI. .; ," : ;j r .

i been signed and her keel is being laid 1904} The'highest amount of Indebtedness t I

'uJ dary 'Minlard d children' re- now' This mea"D1 that If' I am alive I (Cti Ct) E.'C. DEARBORN I I which this Company may at any time Thfe people: ( of -Dade County t; ,will j want all the .1

o tarne4 ,from Jackson lie on Mondayeight shall startNorth again next summer ( eal ) Clerk of the Circuit 'subject itself, shall not exceed the t this ,news
as'it is bfc
| [year to, an interesting .because
w where they h been Tlaltlng/Ian another attempt upon tho North : Court In and for Dade'County; Flor- ,amount of its? capltallrtack., "4 one, -
of
the !
since carnival week the joy of theli i Pole. T hare from now until the first I Idal'! [IARTICLE VIL ,elections!

'many friends In l of--next'July I i In which to'secure the Patterson; A Erwtai The reams and,residences: of the in- t r I i

\ j additional, funds,necessary {to fit out Solicitors for.Complainant cbrporators of this Company/and the Ndtionl St&td '

Y", ."'Ie Stfothe a very cultured 'an.d'eqnlp'the ship' : t amount of apltal_ stock subscribed breach :. and County .

if young woman and music teacher "The ship "II.- I believe be the MASTERS SALE ; are'af follows: '
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-r; II not$PPln,' at Mr. Nelson ThoplPt -! ablest ship that ever pointed her nose .Jamea'T. Sanders (Seal), of.Miami. I, | ; _

lIOI1'I.loD Fifth'street; She Is engaged Inside! the' Arctic. or Antarctic clrelel.. Under: and by virtue"ot'a: t' de- Fla., ten shares.. i :I I '
it i In teaching music at Cocoannt Grove, She will possess such shape t..'will' enable area "of foreclosure and aal.' Issuedont'of W. a Gramllng' (Seal), of Miami. Fla. 'f ,

1 M,,; wberjj f"khe has I about fifteen\ students.' her to rise to the'presSure.Df the '; the Circuit Court of the SeventhJudicial ten shares r "l'.t ,Tjic Metropolis ..

y' '"' than I Ice floes: and escape destruction. She Circuit of Florida In and for J. H. Ta umSeal)., of Miami FUt,, I
-. It is,'rumored store will be, very strong. ,She will posses ;!3a4e county, In.a cause therein pend- ten sbare4.State Has. perfected arrangements whereby it can offer

): is tajtonrse of erection. If It la a fact, such features of bow u will enable her Lag) wherein J. A. Robbins and L. W. of Florida. '*, ;:; *"" such'attractive rate for various

k let u(.fix It: as it should be. and there to smash ice In her path and will contain Robbins his wife, art complainants ''Dade. ,that there should be, newspapers
County of: : no excuse for
"'ry will M DO dlnatlsfartlon afterwards such engine power as will enable and E. C. Lanier and Fannie H.Lanier, : : people remaining
It's too late" after your hands'are In her to force her' way through the Ice. his]wife, W. N. Johnson, the Bank'of ,On this pay, personally, appeared Gram-before : in ignorance, asjto the happenings of

if: s .the lion's "In maximum dimensions, vix., Bay Biscayne, a corporauon. Lacy J. pie Ja nes T. Sanders W. S. ,. he :year.' f '.
moutht. ling and 34111. Tatnm to me well,known ;-.7-' 'f '
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length over all. breadth of beam and Johnson William D.- Hughes, doingb9lneu'
: Mr,'! '| ., I manager; ,of the 'draft, this ship 'will be,of the size. of u Hughes 4k: Company and u the persons described' in, and who I 1: j -. / '
i- arm Of Brown;.I: Well, one of the biggest subscribed their names to; the foregoing I I";
: the Brltlah Antarctic ship Discovery; tb, Sanford Loan'and Trust Company, '"" I
: ldry goods and In j Articles of Incorporation the RATES H- !
in displacement she will be somewhat a corporation, are defendant*, the un- t : j
colored town; Is Err'atore a Florida Medical Company, and'did seaerally .
11, few inore i rooms to h and less; In power: she win compare! with derslged, muter in chancery, win sell acknowledge that they executed 1 t t I
our largest ocean-going tags She win at public auction. In front of the Court I I
to build a brICk oven. for the and uses The :
the same purposes
t' t have engines capable of,,developing House door at Miami, Florida, during Daily Metropolis
,r' therein ex reseed. 4 .
; 1.000 Indicated horse-power. continuously i aI One
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MeheIrs. the legal hours of sale on the first Monday I Yeas
Vf Wright &: Cowan, two young horse-power In witness whereof, I have hereunto and ; _
and 1,500 for
a 14 October. Al D.1904 the be-
f ", m nwho ire said to be experts In the. same I I set myTiand and official seal, this nth Dai I
art 6Jf alga painting and Tarnishing I limited period"The'Toyage ng the third day of said tqonti, to thehlChe ,day"of August I A. D. 1904. 'fimes-U ion $10.00 :
Is abort and the crux of t and best bidder tor cash'the :
harp opened | an establishment j" '
np to
'" the whole project is the 'successful Rowing described Teal estate 'of | fil M. TATUM. I ', ,
the ..
do work !
Semt
Such In the building madenrtant .' W e kl' mes-
I Pnpllc State at LarV.Jly ; T// Dlon-IS.50
f by:, Mij. and'ra.. B. A..Collins, negotiation; of the comparatively short! defendants, E. C.,Laaler,and Fannie Notary '
restaurant distance of 'encumbered channels I itl|Lancer his wife and W.'N. Johnsoni: commission expires Feb. 9. 1907. 1 SeI
jlr Controlled a in said we.eki Metropolis, w th i
t! ) big last spring, 'north of Avenue' [extending northward from Cape SabIne trine and being in' the couty'of Dadeand NOTICE FOR, PUBLICATION. Weekly'Timesj'

,- .,WhO//,'f,:tp....- ',. to"the Polarv Basin \ State of Florida or so much thereof U lOn'f 4 ,. .' I.J '- 2.04

I'. { II l J' I_ :: Mr rwpnttmenu* art a powerful ] mar be sufficient to satisfy: said den Departme t of the Interior, Land Office With Atlanta'journal l I.tvPlce 'a k .2
steamer capable ;of forcing and watt of tale
What shall we dot 'There are twoMary.Walkeii. her way towlt: '
at-, 'Fl. September 19, eekly.Palm
; atGainesville. With News
: ; two Dr's.:and both have through tills comparatively short distance Lot Twelve (12) and the'west half of 1904. t Bich '. ,

f. faadia Mary, Walker" Tor a patient and demanding only a minimum 'o( thirteen (13). of block,thirty-eight Notice hereby given'that the fol- ..

The] rriter 'was right and both Dra. amount"of sail power'to enable her to 38), north, of the city 0(; Miami. Florida lowlng-n ed settler,has- filed notice '

..k[' did i fwalt4on; ;JMary Walker.., The, only creep home In case all her coal Is according to a map of' said ,city of his intention, to make final proof in! : Old. subscribers must pay all back dues before they

thin one was Mrs.';Mary Walker,',the burned-that j Is. what I propose to made by A. L. Knowlton: C. E. and re- support f his' claim.-- and that said carl take advantagd these offers and cash
'" -'wife-of'Mr S amWalker. and another build corded In the omce of the Clerk of the in advance
proof Win be made before John''B. 'I[ must ccompany ,all orders for
Mrs! Mary Walker. i I We are not ac "My piano campaign., In a very few "ijrcult.Court, In end for Dade county Rellly.- united| States commissioner tHtise combinations! '

quainted"with. bet: How is that! words Is to force this ship to the north Florida. at his office, in Miami Fla. on October ( .

). '. II&\ : shores of Grand Land taking on board ..' iL F. ATKINSON %9. 19O4. .t.,YIx., Otto Stellrecht, of Key J ADDRESSw .

::, ci atWhale, Sound the rick and flower'of ''. Master 111\Chancery Largo.; 'Ffa., H. ENo.. Z7709..for the \ I I
We would ,|llke to see every chi\ d of the Esquimaux, with ,whom I have '
Patterson 4k Erwin
school : sH of nw>a. tee 35;t B9 s.:r. 40 e. He '
age'sent to jschool every day. worked and lived so long; to go into So'lcltor- Compl mant. ,
t names th following witnesses to
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unless Jie la]sick. Wee.. too,manyboyi.'and : i winter quarters on' that shore, and to prove 'Mi
i- -'rl.i thatl''should his continuous residence upon,and cultivation { i1 'etropolis.
; ; be lathe, start with the earlloet returning lighton ; NOTICE: i'Tft w ian
'I said
'" ,ff land, its:Joseph A.
F achpol> la die streets ,during school, the sledge journey across the Central ,-' 1 :
;" Finder, Of Key Largo Fla.; Arthur I ?
P.
hours.' This OUIht'J.ot, to be, became Polar Back, '. ,
Whom It May Concern .
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findero ,
a' ;
Fla.
Key Largo J. P.'Col-
;:' >work Win be on Inca[ few weeks, and 1] "Shall ,I win? Haven knows. I >?otlce'is) hereby gives that the .... ton of Key Largo; Fla.; Redlth; Pin- '" 'i-'J' I ,

::;. (heyon! will pot the, larger; ones,to,hope and dream 'and pray that I may. b ersigned Intend to apply to His Eaellency. > der. of Miami Fla.W. J .

: vorlc.' Parents, you ,are'doing your But If t do not some one I,will." j 'William' 8., Jennings, GOT- G. ROBINSON. Register.; | 1, .. I' I,,

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SoutYern. court of record a prosecuting attorney, Incorporation of each hereafter'
Ueorporated -
R.aailvrav : r. to be named the county solicitor', who maldpallty Into
.r R. S. WILSON j jn on* of ;ef0t
t j EITECTIVI MAT 29. ]904. t than be appointed by the Governor, classes aid no law relating to the
and confirmed by the senate and who government or powers of' '
Lhetaat. ltorthandwj.t x0.u may "
Daily vL Ko.so Contractor,, and BuilderNOVELTY shall hold office for four [:yean. His municipality'or number ot municipal

Lv jackaonvule. Fl .So By.8oKy compensation shall be fixed by law. Itles lesi Owa 'the whole of \
L Je.ap-. .. ..... Rl 105ip Lv Jerap cAr ,.. 1040p a dale
__. Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution "
tevtuli Maoo* OK SoKj 100. shall beSection Iralld. ,1
..--ea Ry S s Ar AUanta,0,,,_ _* Rr spa .... ;;
Ar Ar Columbia.ChmrlotU_-. .... ,-... .---t+o.Ky seta Ar Rome. 0e._: ,?. ,. _- So By 7 iia of the state of Florida la hereby; 24. Article III of the Constttutlon -, I :;-i

AT Ar Gremuboro Daa .. .... .._...c....._... J' Botoo., ky k7 12 l SOp 1 Ar Ar Chauaoonro.Daltoo,Oa.-.i.--Tenn ..-.80 RrboKr 7 f iW ia WORKS amended. so M to read as follows, :,' ofjthe! S .te'of'Flcvlda la hereby ,
Ar Lexington, KAT > .,.Q4C.QAC s7lopAr Section 2S. All offenses triable In the amendedjao as to read as follows: '
UlocinnaU,Oblo..... ...:. ...-. l ;
Richmond.AT ro ut y at2p I.v Cinelnnat|.b___- Blg Four I e/0p Builder of fine residences-a Specialty courts of record\ shall be prosecuted Sectionj *. Article VHI of the Constitution I"i
.. Ar Cnleafo, 111 ... .--Blx Foor I lldaLT InformaUon.under'
iraeaburrArCharMteavUl- --a Kr 4tip upon oath and maybe of:the State of Florida Is hereby '
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.tio.ky f lop Clnrin natl O Pa UBMPmLln 8t5p "
sSOp ChlraM.I11 'Itoi7SM Winter hoiir* for tuar.......boaio...... bad la fact an/thlnir la I be building lineAnyone filed at any; time, whether the court repealed..) -

i Ar Ar Baltimore Philadelphia....... ,. ...-. : Y P R X K ll lair asp Lv ar Ciu..Mu t hlraRO.II.O Ill ._ ..._...r......- ..:IZI C: H R j It) fonkcmpbtinr; building would do well to consult me In rrg >rd to plan and.peciacatios Is In session or not" by; the county solicitor The'votes :coat In compliance with '
Ar New >mkNo. .. t-.:. P R R( ,aria v Inc utter t). 4. C It A 1> B4Ap Tttlag a member of The Builder' Etching and, | notblny but the grand jury of the circuit .

.SOW fch4rtoa and Florida'j unlined." Ar DrtroitNten.E O- J GHttDLvrlnrlnuaU CUftD I s 7Sa!lOs I bat Union lea,I can rnanratee. no labor. troubles. on my work. Look i.,up., or write meiloying court for the county In which said c&I1TU8O.r declarations amendments and" and returu.i the i ,1

Dally Pullman Driving Room L+lr1.ek.osTHle eW9R Car O_ .. .. iPa Ltaei B MOp court of record is held may Indict for ;
Aew York. a -} thereof shall subjected
to be
. I 99Oa .1' t to the came I .
Ar Pt ttbur Pa i ?- .y Pa Lines offenses triable In the.court of record.. -I .
Lv Uinclnnatl,O :,.... .......Big Four taopJv regulations and restrictions slave pro- 1
Through"T !Land of ky. >o.M Ar Cteeetutd. O ., .. Bin F.mr I s+. Upon the finding of such Indictment, !
Walter & ylded,by law for general elections la' ..)I
Lv Le lo ton, KyAr __ ,. ., .1 ...r. the circuit Judge shall commit Or bail
Lv Jacluouvm*.. bo. KyJin. 3 4ap LouUvllle. Ky, .i. J__So RyHoRy p girt Prei Dade County' Co the. State of Florida.In << .,
1. ..: Ii*. ___ .. _. __ .. $ Abstract .
LT ttavaaah, tsar., .- --- By Ar fcU bniilv MO t1. do By Sts the accused for trial In the court of record I
.{ testimony wbereot.. IDave I
Ar Columbia. > hereunto'se ,
and 'the solicitor of said
So. t. 1 BOP "7he Florida Limited Dally Mild county
l tlle.N.C No. 1S-
ArA >e< .
Ar Hoi bprin s. S.!C._ ..r -Bo. Ky !gip votibaled ram.throonh ooacjiea and I'uUmatArK.ortlle.en ,-; court shall Immediately file Ihereln, tmy hand, LId affixed the great ', :
__. uo 8r ieep Jacksonville to New York.rLo.btUta. zsvaoasrossimJaae4 := .
Cart
Slerplux '
.. tioKy 8 50* } a .- and information based upon" such indictment seal of the State of Florida..at Talla i =
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;'L Ar St.Louis ..1_. .- ..: ..6o.'dt' C 4 Up "r hassee. the capital this the first day of '
N0.13104lp I
ArCincinu lib :.,., :- 4 6 15aOBTIIWEST. k. upon which Information the .
rasa-baily F.pWorld's nan 1Mw/uR-$00111 and : SE pLL IL.DU\G. MIA ,,11, FLA. accused Shall be tried. I; D. 190. I #
765Pw'
Bade Sleeping C; uetw e$|Jaek.oott1lesod L r J.ckwav&Ue.Fla $oKySoRy '_ .
M Loul*. L Jesup Gs,. .. so Ky ion Section"29 of Article vi ot the.Constitution H. .CLAY CRAWFORD.

-*,. I Ar Atlanta.Ga._ ..-. r .. SoRyBoKy 5*1* Furnishes accurate and com lete Abe of the State of" Florida ,,1s I Aacust1 Secretary of State, .!x
L- i... B 10ax. .. ,
Ala
; Ar Anniuon : -- + [ stracts or Searches of Tit to any
A Ar BirmtnKbxm.Ala __... b ItT 11 V* hereby -amended so as to,read as follows
.Fair octets To Ar MempnV Tenn. T; Frisrv 8 Wpa .land in l'ounty We own com j/let e '* I ISection 11! DEATH PENALTY.
Af K.n.rily..Mo .I Frlxo B Mr Abstract'' Books of all the and Re- : i I

t Louise lot on Sale Lv Mem Kin", Teno, Art.,- ..-... +.. .t+---- ..I oM_ip a t, S. L P. cords of j Dade. County : r : .: : : :' :: 29. There shall''be no'county: '
r Ar 11M orines A little thing"sometimes'results m
k Tne..Horitla Limited.- .. -See:.aa4. recs. ,I court In any county where 'a,court 'of .
E-' sF 1 itq t. > record Is established. death.Thus, a mere scratch mq.' 1 -

F t : >Section 30 of Article V of the Constitution nlficant ti orpun/boils, have paid

:'i'' ,Fiem Hew Yor .t i WaihlnKton.eu ARRI: ALS A t9!!,"W&lhlll JACKSONVILLE" Florida aDd nnrlda: Limited.Limited".:a"*s'Ll. m.From :.a. m.. !-" GEO.. H. MEYERS of the state of Florida) Is hereby. the-death, penalty. 'It. ,Is wise to have I .4

'.: From Chicano' aUlU1OOloclC.-Mot uIIIIDllbalD.f'tC.y orIda LlIDIIed"8:45.. it amended so as to read as,follows: Bucklen Arnica Salve ever handy. .1
Kanna City.AJ..yt M1
'" From UlaelnniU. etc Ka:> '.-\\.bIDIOD aDd r.lorldaUIDII -j5a.m. tracting: Se lon 30. The' 'clerk, of j the court 'of It's the Lest salve on earth and win :i

Bound Tnp Summer Tot Tickets now OB We.I I CO Electrician record shall be elected by the electorsof prevent fatality. when Burns,' Sores 'l

\ LU3K District Passenger: Agent, 103 W. .Ba y 8t-, 'Jac aville.71*. .. the county in which the court is'established Clccra: ajid ,Piles threaten. Only 2be.. sat
C. '
.;- Launch Supplies all druggists. .
TAYLOR G. E .A. .I and shall hold office for four : ; ;
BERT.6. X.J W. H. t
C.B.A I Batteries. Spark Coils. Etc. years and his compensation shall be I i'TWO

8H.. HARDW1CK. P. T. M.) BROOKS MORGAN, ;A; fixed by lawThe sheriff Of the county l 13 BETTER THAN 05E-. ..
o.Ptt 1113 Lvnue C !Miami Florida. Write for prices -
r shall be the executive officer 'of said
lIere.. : pointer for the Umorou-. ,.. .
EATBO ROT court; his duties and fees shall be fixed reader*!j.You want to tare money "

: S I DOANE & RAU.LERSONr by taw.'Sectlon. and we know bow to help jon. W* ..
: j on Ox id to you pay a little more Uta
31 of Article V ot the Constitution
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I die pnoe ot.one paper and get the two
i': I of the State of Florida Is hereby you want. The price of the Daily .
A
t >
Air Line .RailwayA > 1 DEALERSIN I '.-a amended so'as to read as follows: TimM-Union" and arisen hu recently 'I, ;
j' hm-n to the following prices
reduced
i \ : :s
f I Section 31. All rui'of'practice governing .... ..... .. .. : i.1 itt "1 "':
r I FOR: Choice ,meats Lfve.Best Meats. Cho\oSt\ PoultrY. the circuit court shall be appU- Thrrein4ntlta. .... 'j. :....:...'.. : i Oft.-' i ,i
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f PuUtt: Auentlon'' able to the courts of record, Changes One yea" ....*.........: tOO1We .

Savannah = Columbia, Camden, 'Southern! Pines, andi.dressed. poultry. PAIR, TR >$ ATMErT. of venue maybe had from one, court prpprWe to tend you both &lIe"I'; ;,
; Daily ana, !Sunday: Timet-UnIon ant
Raleiglij]O Richmond Washington,. Baltimore;, ", of record to another court of record or Citizen aiid.the, ,Urraorout for ..'it
I J.f J.} to the circuit court of another countyfor Six mon hl.:.,........*f $2 a :
: ;"- 'l Ssec.asors" t. Co iCo. i
Philadelphia.NewlYork. One .... U-
;. wllo e.talll1aloe the me.......... the same'causes' and under the yeaii. :
We will tend the Semi-Weekly I ;
.r! 'J Comtr3 :St..and A,'e. D _10.... ,a )eve laws providing for changing, the venue rimet-Upinn and i you Citizen and tbaMmoroxia I ,

r oEgantTra! ns'Da_ Y. from he circuit court of one county fo : i 'of
the circuit court of another county.The Six montht for:i......T...... f,100\ ""t
t .
61 SeaboardExpressti ..Seaboard Mail -4-- r- -- 'Governor may-In his discretlon.orderthe Oneyearl.4..T.\. S .
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J t, ( llth Street. circuit Judge having Jursdlctlon of I price of the daily, get twopaper. .
I Pullman Equipment.Iieboiiffli I 1 Corner Avenue and you ; 'j
: Modern the circuit court of any county, to i and for ffty cent m.OI'e.'ban. the ref !'
,,; r j l' THiS. 1"0 -: hold a special term of a court of record nltr pric* of the Mztaorousyouget. : I I ..

, t. ,ONI.oparattnn' Y Go A. MULLER. Proprietor.LC4RLQS. of such county, for the purpose of trying Citizen the Sem -Weekly nd the ,Farmc.'!'Imes.UnlonaM and Fruit : to : ,'.

:such cases In',which!the Judge' of Grower. '

t :- tllj i;)krr01l! ;IPlriiro) to Re'fIOrIeanL' 'the court of'record shall be disquali- Send y mr ubscriptiono- 0 to' ai. 'Wlto I ':x

fied. 'Parties to any; cause at law In a in advan, e always as these prices. ,:
TH. }Mcraoroua I ;
court of record:shall have the lame .
Fit '
of ht Miami. --'+
;, .For full inform. Itn j .m deeper.reservations; ; ; call on. any agent. right to'trial by Judges ad lltem'or by;
i Seaboard, or write i referees may exist under the Constitution '
| r r rf as \
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*r :' ,':or the laws In 'reference to \\YHtel iarfe Batter Stiorer.
McDdHHELLisaflai-f& ut JackS nme Fla. ,F0R16fRIY ()lpega11111EyEaf8t2.50per day and 19SpecialMr my circuit "courts: or If the
f f A. 0. 11Ie tmk to Commrrclaiwa. ,.i cases may Four CIl1irs. No :
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I '!t I S Larr SAMPLE ROOMS Judge of the court of record be disqualified }

.*:< SJC.t BOYLSTONJr.'Pass.J -: Agt. I PALM. .J om' ., Pod ffl.e; Eat 665. too Wat. florUa. "{ transfer the cause to the circuit .Be 4t Senice in the .C WaitiDU'j '

i .. court of the county In which such A. COLBY .
.. . . . .' N. . *
. . .... . '. .I . . . ... ... . . e- o. court of record mar be.,'I I It :302 Tw.lftt: propnetor"'r "
q' I' 1 Section 33 of Article V of the Constitution ''I a-


I floriaaast' ;Coast Railway Do You Intend_ To Build and amended of so the'M State to read of Florida" follows Is hereby: I CLUBBING RA TtSl I Iou .

,
ji ; : Section 32.' Courts of record, snail beabolffihed ., '
: legislature :
by the only upon j
SAVE MONEY
? a'petition of a' majority) of the.registered .. '
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I 1;, voters of tile county. where such i

l !i r i' ARRIVALS and I t >_., 1 court Is'estabUbf' I' can save,money; .
I \ i in 14 I L Sot -
INrORM THE whk' .all brancheefof'theBuild. ABTICL):'XXVlt. y subscribing ',
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Ii Dr.PARTURES= I xy > J ing T, des are<< reprqDented. The .That the 'following< :amendments' 'to JIbe.pa'pere I" you want II .

j' OiF TRAINS: r members of this assdciali9n cheer- Section 20, Article III and Section 24, !

<*: Air MIAMI. FLA.: (11 tractors fully. :will tnrnish pl&ns-"pe ijicaI Article III.'and the repeal of Section 8 TIIRUGII I, ..

I. { I tjons and :estirnate Address of Article VIII of the Constitution ot THEMetropolis .. ..
f i .
.,. U ij I ?. I' I Contrectol's: tioaAsation i the State"of Florida'be, and: are! hereby I "

t' .: I f i agreed to and'shall be submitted to
I IrI1AM1 tl ; .
1 Isg L { the:electors of the State at the generNovember I ,
99-.f : .J
No., d ily at 7.00 a. m. _
al election to be held In ,. A. I II .
N, at : p: m. II : [ I
? diilYt 9SS"p p,1904, to-wlt:

J; firriYT.[f I Pierce & Hardies :; Section 20. Article m. or'the Consti- We can I give you :

,, I tution of the. State of Florida L hereby the Daily TimesUnion -

r' ; '< P PI No. q Leaves Miami daily at 7:00 p.. mJ o. amended, so as-fo'read ..j follows:, aud DailyMETROPOLIS .

I N4.7 Leaves Miami daily at 6:0o a.. TIim ONLY Section 20..'.The legislature shall'not for .:
inr '
,. I I iEi j J j pass special or..local.lawi. I In'ani of'the $10.( )-;a year, or ,,:
J ; enumerated eases that Is tosay I
:; i I I .. : following' ; both for 6 months ._
,is' : tF : ; regulating .the '.Jurisdiction andduties for fire '
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dQl arL .
.of.any.class of officers, or..for. I .

{ For fufiher Information, I :Paizi'ting: EsrttLbns1i: : xL: ant: the punishment of crime or* misdemeanor 'to I
.- ; except for the enforcement of

t feee!! tile. Ticket'Agent, / IN 'JIAM-; special' local laws regulating the practice .1 ,. '
'! :" -. !> of courts of Justice;! providing for Tie
,:, changing venue*of civil and criminalcases Daily
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J.', w a' 0.: EVER, 0.,.P. 'T. I. 'SL Augustine,'Fla.' i l ,.A'vepue C, Ncrth of First, Nation u 1 Bank. ; granting divorces. : changing, the .

... . i... :. '. .i .:. .c .,.:. ." .. .i . .. ... . ., .! .1 .NOTICE. t" names' of persons; vacating roads; Metropolis' '
i : ELPCTION and received the e noluments of such summoning and empanelling grand and .

until the zpiratlo i .of their petit Juries and providing for their ...
( from three.) present
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i Atta tic\ Coast Line. term of office. compensation!; for assessment and 'collection I I ', ,

and: who Bhillbe,appomted b'y the Governor Section"25 of Art :le V of the Const I of taxes for ta.te'and .county .I JDj .

1\ i' I i ant c nDrmed by the senate, anj I tutlon: of the State i of Florida. (Is hereby and municipal: for opening .'3Se :

Qulckert'; lime, most excellent service northEast, and West j l'Tta who shall boldhla 6 mc'for four :rears.: amended so as t? read as follows: and conducting election, for state'and .. I -"

''f' ATLANTIC ''COAST tu'I'lle Famous New York ,and Florida 'Special The annual'salary of the judge-of said't Section 25.. The fort of record shall' countyand municipal, officers. and. for Semi-Weeklj\\ I II.

': solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping. Dining and Observation Cars; courts shall" be 0 paid quarterlyby, thecountr.whele jhave exclusive Jurisdiction all criminal designating'the places bf votng1 for .

electric lighted; thrcmFhOU ., leave: *.8L Augustine dally except Sunday at 11 such court Is established.and .'. cases, not cap til.;which shall arise the sale of rear estate, belonging to,minors r Times [JaloIlt .
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: A. M. arrive few York 4:5 P. M. following day. j shall be as follows: .la counties, fi In-saJd county, andfof; all cases at law. ,- estates of descendents and ot'' .: 4

ay Florida aaA Wilt Indian Limited carrying Drawing-Holm. Sleepers' an* less-than fifteen' thousand- population" : .In which the demand or valueof the, persons laboring under legal: dls&bn- I. .

t Dining Car*.; leave [Jacksonville 'at.9:00 A. )1: dally, arrive New York'2:00 ane thousand dollars: In counties of I property does note teed'one thousand ities- ;' regulating, the fees of officers of .$() a I

P. U. following day. .' I t tt from'fifteen thousand to n.'nythous'and dollars, Und concu rent:with .the cir: the State or 'county or municipalities; ; year .
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population,' sixteen ,hundred. dollars i cuit.court shall hi.ve exclusive giving to Informal Invalid
: Chicago lid Florida Limited, solid Pullman train of Sleepers Dining and jurisdiction effect or

Observation :Can. Dies Jacksonville dally at.9:10 A. M, arrive Chicago 4:00 In counties of from tniri? thousand -''I[ .of.proceedipgs relative to for- deeds or' wills;' legitimatizing- children t We Metropolis. s
to forty-five thousand population clble I'j
j wfu\ detainer of providing for the adoption of
P. tt. following day. I j This train nrrl Is St Louis Sleeper arriving, St. Loulf i ; j
t, two: thousand,dollars; in counties: of j lands and ten mentL" 'iF f
children: relieving minors from .legal i 1
1:35 P. JL 'I'j t i ., ,1 F .
Tjyer leaves j JidsoaYm.;i iDMe .:0', P. It. dally carries through more than forty-five: thousand poPulaJon -''' Section 26 of Article'V of the Conatitution disabilities; and for the establishment 1! and S mlWeeklyTimesUnion' .-

..twenty-four hundred'dollars: and of the State t Florida ,
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sleef rs to Chicago, and St Louis, arriving Chicago.ll. P. It, St, Louis I
criminal courts of record ertabIshed so "
I all now amended as to follows "
as >> legislature both
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IOC,A. M. following ;jnormlng. I! l 'In this -state shall upon ,the Section'28. There. feaa shall be six! terms 1 24., The snail es oj I j Otte year at I -
uniform
The vd dk.t llneby| :four and one-half boars to Chlcage, seven boars to tablish a system of'countygovernment. I I
adoption of this ameadment, become at.the record I .y
; court of. In each ,
rear It shall divide municipalities .
4 one hourTto LoulSYffla. j ; '
Et Louis %$ : and he courts of record: as heretnl'rOv1 Section. %1.of Article* V of the Constitution i i
i Into classes of not more than four I Two Dollars. ,:
and ail officer of Such'criJ tlnal ''
of the State '
Florida li
pf hereby the basis of population It shall
on provide
a7i.eServatipn :
1.\. .-:' courts of record shall be officers of amended so as to read as follows: for :the retncorporatlon of,each -, ,

'P, r-.OD:1D"t1v: : Bach,eonrtt4! 'and-tiacharg.-1 J the. duties Section- 27. 'There shall be for each now existing municipality and for the 'L I t .',. ,"- ,

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CLERK-CARRIER: EXAMINATION. this gxamtnatfon unless received by the made 'shall :ount four -instead- of five FOR THE [ADVERTISER .

ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS; \II III > undersigned prior to the hour of closing points.. 1 J ,*} "j I ,

I ; l'o Be Held at Miami Fla.,''October 15, business on October $. 1904. 4.,The quarterback or the first man It Is a lamentable fact tJi t'the : HATPINS can find ... for

1904 at Public-School: building'The I f FRED .!l ANNAJlAKER.Sec > receiving the ball from the center may grocer is the last one of the commodity matter',how' lavishly

is:'si mystery fishermen on"the : : tary. Fifth U. S. Civil Service; run with It in say part of the field instead merchaDtI" t ,she is, wppl ed..The price U
becomes District.. Post-Office. Atlanta Ga.. of arouse himself: to' the | within the reach of all! Plain
East Coast what of the klngflsh only between the twenty-five )
In the[ spring these, fish make United States Civil Service l f J. F. KRA MER.f'al I I yard lines providing, he go five'yards. Importance of advertising' tils'wares." I and. plated, 25c, while solid cold ones .'

their appearance abort the first of November Comm'IB8lon announces that on the : Secretary. ,Miami Postoffice. outside of center, ,i I am brought in contact: with many .are! sold as high as $7.50. j j

sudden date and at the place named above an 5. The umpire and referee (I t grocers in business : /
and disippeir all of 1 I shall have my ;lit a and find '
examination will be held for the positions 'I EA Pota_
B kKER. COUNTY '
< MURDERERS. distinctive signals i
and make their] In the same ; I among them many'progressive I II
apearnce again until of clerk and carrier In the Post- :oJ I 6. When the umpire signals for men I if I
mains and are, neve r seen a but
a
great number of :
them
Offlce Service, next Monday the Baxter' Bakercounty say: 1don't Only reliable
'OnS I qUailtyotiaiInr'plate [
the
M* seison. The) si pposition has always penalty play may continue! until I '
This examination offers an opportunity prisoners now confined In need to 'advertise. ,My storefront Is stocked ..
the
and
been that they I o north to spawn. the ball is dead, when the referee shall. Tea Pot .
\but according to Commodore' F. D.: to bright, energetic j!young per- I Duval county Jail wQl be taken to Uacclenny :- Inflict the +a.1ty., Is full of a Igood display of vegetables (O) prices for full sizes. I I Com-

Hughes] the opposli* la true. (Last ons to enteran, Interesting field of for a preliminary hearing be- The side offended-against may' take and groceries.1: and ''as every-- >!Qenceit $6.00. Then 700. up to $35.

pringor, before Commodore Hughes government employment ;[ .where the :I'fore udge H.. D. Berry. either the penalty or the ground pined body must eat' they will ,find me."' The cheaper ones being much plainer

and wU*,'Mr. add' lira. Roome and Mr. salaries compare' most favprably with i: ,An agreement to this, effect was by the play Why is It that people who sell staplesget Ih treatment, the hlgher-priced ones :_

and Mris; Snyder; stated on their cruise those paid In ,Irlvale employment.The reacted yesterday, between Judge Otis 7. When rODe[ side kicks out of I an Idea, bemuse they are selling showing evidence of superior'skill la'decoration. -;

Alary. of letter carriers In all R. Parker attorney for the prosecution, twice, In succession something that people must have, they i '
via the gulf and Mississippi! river to boqnds j on a touch- I "
j cities which contain a population of : and lonel .George U. Walker of the do not need publicity. .
lotbei back the ball shall 4'
SL. Louis and points availableon or safety go to .;
them water!;' the klngfish had been 75.000 or more Is arranged' In three firm [of Walker A Shaylor, attorneysfor the opposite!side I on the thirty-five! Instead : In every little] town 'In the countryare '

classes: First class, $1000,0 per annum; |he defendants:,, 'says the Times- of grocery stores galore. Every merchant WATCHES. once and that .
thq twenty-five line.
gone iereral week On this trip, J ,. yard I
When of second class. $800 per annum;: and Union. I who sells :regular lines handles It. Cheap watches

bowvtt.! 'and ,'n the vicinity, third "class, $600 per annum. In 'cities When the'defendants, twenty in number .. consignment I d 'groceries, and pas competition. Whenever I never built up a man's bus
: lughea they '
Tampa poramotfore Large of Steinway
says
containing less than, 75.000J population ire carried to Macclrany for the competition enters Into a mere i iness.We, .have ,the, kind of s9
encountered counties numbers of these Emerson Pianos just received by Bush watches. ,
j there are two classes:i Second "class, preliminary 'hearing it is vey likely chant's business life then, at once, tjhat enable us to say we sell more'atchet
fish. They 1ng westward In & Safford Piano Co. New cases Infancy
school and bli-Ith: the same viciousness $850 per annum; and thlrdj class $600 Jhatlbey,will be escorted by a military woods Call and see them. 3t enters the element of'' advertising : than any firm In,Miami?; Come ,
tfiit' per annum. Appointments of letter guard. Some of them have proven Why not? Competition|Is |'the life of In and talk the watch question over; ::
characterized their '
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presence
carriers are made,to the cuss having then selvee'to be despefate characters every business\ or trade ,and. advertl. 4rifyou cannot, write us for a copy .
here One, and all of them were workingIn 'little
Mrs. S. Lester Patterson and
the minimum rate of pay and promotions i and .len t days ln'jail without a. bearing : ing is the stimulation to that .trad<< of our,book of watches fully illustrated, ....
the fame direction} and the Commodore daughter who have been spending the 7 I .
I from the lower grades'are made Is not calculated) to put them in a very Turn where you will In these strenuous I .
confident
WJ tha they were beading I summer months In the mountains of
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to" the next hlghe;;, grade'jat] the ettpiraUon' > pleasant frame of mind. They might days, you cannot get away f ollt BRUSHES. .
for! South American waters or other f Virginia an4{ In New York City, arriv-
of one year's service, on certificate decide to take chances on escape and that truth/ Unlike other j stimulants HAIR s-
southern streams, there- to spawn and ed in Ocala and the
of the postmaster to 'the efficiency camel the civil authorities no end o! londay are guestsof advertising does pot leave! the, patient Probably the hairbrush is
Intobeds! 'Thlllut
FO for the summer. 'and faithfulness'of the .em trouble to recapture them., : Mrs..Patterson's parents at the Savoy In 'a distressed state but directly the, I used more than any other ar-
ma ;
lon, at least, throws some light : !--Ocala Banner. ,
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ployee during the preceding! rear A They are now safe In' custody and opposite. Advertising grocery will i cle( In" making the toilet, and sorely
upoja.the<< heretofore mysterious disappearance
I substitute' letter 'carrier receives acompensation the authorities will ,take 'no-chances st'mulate' trade in the grocery line just I nothing I will set off the bureau more
'of the klngflsh from i East
waters., I I of $1 per annum and' the of a|party of their friends*attempting The notion that Mr. and Mrs A. R as surely as it will In the'dry' goods ;i \(han a,nice silver-backed brush. Our .

IfvJ .: :. I pro rata' compensation of the carrier to rescue them at Macclenny. so a military Parrish had 'gone to Chicago which appeared i trade._ -.| ". I JDrices! start at $3.00 and cl1mb.up as

J, -J.. t whose, route he. m81.- be requii-ed"to i ; guard will be provided. The bayonets ,, the Cheer day was a mletak'e.Mr. Not long ago. in buying some cereal Igh as you wish to PaY. ...

i| LEG t PAPERS.1 serve.. A vacancy-In the 'regular force J J I of the soldiers have a great effect : 'Parrlsh' went 'to Jacksonville! on products at a' certain crocery. where --

II- I 1 r -. of carriers must be filled by the promotion in quieting a'mob and the cold, steel business anj" hire.' Parrish Is at her I was pretty well known. I found signs LMOND DISHES. ,

The I following papers sere filed fo* of the senior substitute. 'A bayonts j will be more than a' match for desk over t e' Bank of Bay Biscayne, | of animal, life in the article'purchased.The : A -y" .'

record-to the office o{ cleril of the'clr-. substitute clerk is paid a rate of compensation the 'rives and dirks of any mob In Baker where as usnal, she Is ready to do stenographic grocersald:: .they gathered I in all Some handsome rises( .:

; cnirc. .rt today I: '' ,, not exceeding the compensation county.At : 'work and typewriting forthose' such products where they stood on the t signs in eat glass. They 'v, '

Warranty deed. F.| A.Thomas midwife of the absent clerk.- or employee present the postofflce at Baxter Is destriftg It. shelf long.> I sympathized' with himIn form: an uncommon wedding or holiday? t

ta Emma 3. Swaison for. $1.00 and whose; place he takes. .The' salaries of closed. ,The'postmaster Hardy Alt- I .his misfortune.' whIch must resultIn &1ft. They come in almost every style

:' other valuable considerations five acres :clerks at the poet-omces.vary"ac ord- -manj and the assistant postmaster 'The' following figures are of Interest a loss to hire/ and.'If occurring In heart-shaped t or oblong dish for $%.00.

of land in section Zl, township 4 south, Ing to the class of work to be performed Jesse Altman;are both in Duval county In'connection with the great packinghouse large enough quantities; would make It J .

v range 1.east., j! and the size of the office but range J.I1. charged with being implicatedIn "Btrlke| which has just been settled impossible to dose '. balance on the4'I I'' INKS., I

Deed.) Boston'' and j Florida Atlantic from .$400.to 1.000 In the smaller the murder of Deputy Sheriff Thrift :' Strike/began July 12th. Numberof ->eht side of. the n_ Mm-n__ ._;, _t ,'_..lr_._.w_* hi........ For'your cuffs, with strode

.. ,Coast Land Coe,to Mary A..Brooks.: G. offices to as high as' $1.700 'per annum last Thursday night : persons involved, 53.000; number of why be' didn't apply the remedy. He L connecting links, thus insuring

B. Waidron i and L. i Lewis, trustees In' the, larger offices. All !'original appointments Sheriff U.' c.,, Hemdon,.while In the cities Involved directly 12; wives and asked the Remedy, .and. of course my 'trade long wear. Every neat style

for $1J>0 certain land described by feet of clerks are made,It the city'yesterday, called on Postofilca Inspector children of striken. 250,000; total duration answer/WA' "advertise.: "Any one! finds a place among our nnrtyaled -

in.section eo' 63 south range minimum salaries.. .., Fred D. Peer and other. poaf- of s rlke (working, days)? 57; ought ,to know".be: .i said.,'"what your display'of these most necessary

U uF The examination will. consist of the omce'officials in ,regard'- to the cabe loss 'of wag',. to employees $5,000,000! ; remedy wouldbe..because, you.are. a :1 pieces of Jewelry., Gold-filled for.$1.60.

; Quitlaim S. Wilson and subjects mentioned below; weighed. .. "as against the postmaster and the assist loss to pacl,era" (all cities estimated), crank'on advertising ;1'Now j and i prices) go as high.as $50.00.
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-wife tc,>'tJ. A. town.h1 d, et a!., for $2,- indicates i. ant postmaster and also the attemptmad' $7.500,000 to stock raisers $2,500.- '.. Isn't my,' prescription up to t __
-:- Postmaster 000 loss'to) railroads. $1.000,000 r date tn the new "pathy" known ENTREE DISHES.No .
aM.<5.Jlou; 13 : 63 and lots SubJecK. Weights.L by' Altman to have ; ; paidto ( as

',n and 20, <; all of personal Spelling (twenty words of av&- W. 14. Duncan'arrested by the Federal .strikers' In benefits (m08t11.uP., Osteopathy. the practitioner applies 'E woman can consider her

'property: .on. said.lots, Including..build. I rag'difficulty In' commonluse I )... 10 authorities for threatening. assault plies$100,000; p-.d by packers''In manipulation or action! directly to the stock of" table complete without f

Jug, engine and boller| sawmill maohlnery 2. Arithmetic (simple tests in ad. the assistant postmaster Increased wages $250,000; number of diseased portion,- which he claims Is r one or more entree dlihes.

and other machinery.. Action snbstractlon. multiplication 'The Federal authorities hare declined cattle tied Up on ranges;' 250,000; number always caused by a congested condition Soup,(Tureens. Vegetable and Steak

{ ,Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land Cato and division of whole num-v to take an" .action in the alleged\ of sheep tied up on ranges 275,000; of the arterial system., If loading tut pishes in great variety. AH In'neat .-',,.
number of j hogs tied '"by strike, up 'WIth'roodl for the 'shelves and glass designs'and moderate prices
trustees 'of l I Good Samaritans -and ben, and in'common: and decimal attempt to assault the assistant' postmaster ,np

Daughters of Samaria j for $100.00 lots fractions, and United Statesmoney ,' for there Is absolutely no evl- 350.000; loss to public by Increased. leaving them there' until :wormi gatherIn considering--- .quality..

I and:< of block 6. Miami. ) J".'.......... ...,..:...., ZO dente to'sustain such 'a.''Charga according -I prices. of meat, 5000000.. them a'Is not congestlan, what U it? --

r t Letter-writing, (a Jetter! of not to statements made by other !, Apply manlpulaUOII directly or "ac: tR' ,
Warranty' dee b. Fort Dallas Land Pa ciTY tion" This Is our favorite department
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less than 125 words OB some subject witnesses who were at.Batter at the NOTICEi OF ,, ELECTION.By directly: to the congestion'whenIt
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to B. B; Tatnnvfor;; |900.00, Jots 1 and J: /' appears and keep probably because we, fit
i of'general Interest. Competitors of the shooting of the older.lh; Ic&Ji.1' np a weekly treatment I
.a block: IT. north of the city of Miami, f j so many dalntyfingeresomeWith
'. r will be permitted' 'to select -I ", virtue ] of the authority, rested in as a couUtuUonal, and the congestion engagement rings and others with

one of two subjects given)... 20 As to the closing .of the pos'cfflce, the undersigned by the lan, of the will disappear never to return. plain gold ctrel. .
that
binds
feOB E1NIQ 1WIONt the business I two lives ,
blood ,
IP t i 4. Penmanship, :(the handwriting: of that Is a matter for th' bondsmen of State of ,Flqrida and the, ordlnances-of : ("money", will together. If you want a ring, com

", 1--r '. the competitor in the subject of Postmaster Altman to BIttle. They can the City of Miami, notice Is hereby given move through the arteries of trade, I jaera where the best be
I can seen linked
i vChlef Engineer} of Water Works copying from plain copy will be select{ anyone they'choose and place to the qualified electors of said city and all troubles will be over. By'all '' to lowest prices.

.: 'to Open 4' Shop. 'considered,with special reference blmjin charge of the postoffiof, for they -that the arinual general city 'election means keep up the constitutional treatment .

p: .. to .the elements! of legibility, are j responsible to the Postofflce Department will be held in the city council chamber a* a, preventatlve.-Charles W. H. T. WHALER
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i Mr.j Robert.B. Elnlg, for several rapidity, neatness, general appearance for the once belug cc.nducted'proPerly on the upper soot of the jail building Howe, In The Advertising' World> v ,

r years past the efficient chief engineer etc.).........:.j.; .. ..... 20 and' honestly. ,, on the south'side of.F urteenth ; f 814 Twelfth( Street MIAMI.EIUIPR. .' '

( 6.:,Copying from plain copy,(a efmple'test There is a certainty that nelthc- the street, wes, of Avenue D. In" the City The New 'York Post (Ind.) says: '
f at.the :Water works, baa resigned'hispoeiUon '
: and will business In copying: accurately a '- postmaster nor the assistant pwtcia n j of :Miami on the" .' "New Jersey Democrats gave the Republicans -? t NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETTNG.A .
en gage,
iaelf. few printed lines In, the cOmpeti., ter Vlll be'allowed to leave the Duval FOURTH! ) OA'DAY IN OCTOBER fresh cause for,worry yester
for h1 This will be .
news regret; .
1::, ted and yet gratify ng to his' many; torts handwriting) ..'..",.i".;. .., 10 county jail ,until next Montiy.when'' : t I A. D..1904. .. t4ay'Sr.. : Black their nominee for Gov I special meeting of the stockholders -

friend I '. 6,: Unlte4 States, geography (relative they go to Macclenny'to have their.preliminary the same Og on.the ZUh dar of saId : error Is, an able' lawyer of,excellent of the Miami. Mortgage and Guarantee .

Mr.htintg! has l I to the boundaries of States ,hearing.MERIWETHER.' month; th t Rhe polls will be open 1 record as far as possible from the type Company' Is hereby called to meet

: purchased: the interest and to capitals largest! cIties. from eight 'clock a; m.; standard time. of machine politician; while the Issue i at. the omce of the company* at 7:30
of Mr, f Johnson in the, bicycle. firm of riven .1 '' l of equal taxation :which the convention P. m., October 3, for the of
LEWIS. purpose voting
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!P.'" Johnson Ud and other bodies of water. '. until on said da,. ltL E.
Lotto |01: will add to It ;
first-class, mkhln repaIr'h and the,; location ,by States'_ot- Jones:; R. C. McGriff pushed to the front Is one, over which to amend the charter changing; the

,:, .3' a automobiles bicycles!I t p for prominent cities etc.) \,\.......-'* 10 : Friday September 23d. Is Lewis Dayat have SUDdfD' inspectors and I the' State becoming aroused, though ;name and place of business of'the
and all work'lnR
: 7, Reading'addresses (test In-readIng -, the World's Fair; St. Loulsl. Every R/lol. Clerk to conduct' Bald : the 'RepubUcana'are sorely. divide. J I'company and Increasing its capitalization -
-light |machine! 'work]. Mr. Elnlg is :
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from
; about $25,000 to
the names and 'addresses on Lewis'should be there. I I'. lt The ,Republican i Mayor of 50000.
thoroughly'experienced In the work'of 1 1,1'1\
,; 25, cards' in different handwritJngs -- I This was one of'the, very few, diye The' om rs to be Toted, for are u Jersey City has severely arraigned the f H. B. Shaw.

all mMhlnery'I j having served his time ), ..$......... ...... |I'.-....*. .10 selected. 'by thf' management:o honor follows: men I In control of his party for subser- 4t Secretary and Cashier. '
'as .j.
and ranking very high a' nhme. ;, A Mayor, to serve ODe year.. vtency to railroad interest and for extravagant ,!
In thai line of work There has i'- '
) long :
t Ssuch Totals\ ........ .. .... .. ........ ,lOll The .L aand .Clark" 'expedition,' Three Aldermen or members of the j and opDnsehe'leglelatlon TFIr .'
been a Heed of! in '. ,
: a, shop this city 4. J The '
part:1'managen -r
familiar to every school City Council, each to answer which the
determined serve two
child :
/.011 and now,that iMr. Einig has launched Age limit, all 'positions, '18' to,45 I. years. General; Contractor.
---=" the value of the LouisIana,Purchase .- A. ltyqerk'and.A.sessor, to serve [ propose to make Is to nominate for the
-la the business there:jls no doubt of his '
governorship" Crading.j .
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and the | Senator Stokes
great territory beyond.Captain one year. J ,- a well- '
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iI.- access and his friends wish'him all. All 'applicantsfnale and female Meriwether Lewis: the commander A Marshal and Tax Collector to serve. | known tool -of.the ;"railroads. All told i! Wells Blastingi .
Drilled.
Sidewalk
the business that can come his must have the medIcal certificate in ,
way: .. the
.> ,of this perilous yet successful for one y..,. campaign' New Jersey, opens well ( 'and Road Construction.
, For] jthe present Mr. Elnlg Is' succeededis the .apPlicatl ,.blank executed.! Maleapplicants. expedition J la burled" 1 Lewis county, ACity'easnrer to, serve for onejyearl for.the Democrats.." I i P. 0. Box 453. MiamI.' Fla

It.. : engineer. a{ the waterworks must be _M least B' feet 4 Teens.ee.. / *. t I I -

,\ Jjy Mrj; Woodbcrry. ormerty' assistant Inches in height ip bare feet and The kchievementsof this" modest Said election will be conducted as far 'The Louisville l r Courier Journal .. 2O.OOO

: engineer there] He. {too, Is well pp asa weigh not less 'than.125 pounds.,( i min were"" indeed f wonderful.! With as practicable In the same manner M (Dem.), says: :"1 sldl1l.t' .Roosevelt's W nted ..

t : machinist and engineer and no doubt ,The Post-Offlce Department has wt! '! long and boastful letter Pat
L- '' m and little money he gave to Is provided.,by law, for conducting'gen of acceptance
-srlU bc[ raised f the position of chief. that"no ,
to person
stated
T who. Is defective this; country an empire In extent anda eral State and County elections.In recalls the criticism'of Juntos upon.a once.
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-' ; I T .' In any; of the' following-named. I particulars diadem In value. In peaceful conquest witness whereof I have hereunto windy,State paper 'of Lord :Hillsboro: WK.TETO- .2 ,-&-000.

t.., MIAMI' SCHOOL" MATTERS.XT. will be appointed_ the, postal he' set/the,,flag ..here'Do".ed- affixed my I name and caused,the'Clt- Strong assertions irHhont! ,proof de- H. A.CHESLEY: .

fi ; ; ---- service; Deaf!\I mutes, huncnbacks, venturous spirit has since strode along Clerk to attach the Seal of the City of clamation without argument, and vio- Allapattah JTsu

G. T. Jl rrltt 1 las returned from persons having defective bearing except in the march of that commerce Miami hereto, this 20th day of Septem- lent assertion'' i1thoutl, dignity but

Jnplt r where ''a mee :Ing of the school: sight or speech; pbrsons'totally blind and of that prosperity that finally follows ber A. D. 904., neither correctness In the composition D't PEPTICIDE

"board ff as held fate day. Among oth- Or blind in one eye; one-armed.--' the flag.The' J JOHN SEWELL. nor Judgment In the design" Tae c......st std to

,er matters discussed was the' need of handed or one-legfed persons or those friend 'of Jefferson and 'the fol- Attest:'' | .*: Mayor., .. DIGESTION
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{' an additional room li -the Miami school: having crippled arms:or legs;- and lo.er'of; Waahnir sleeps In solltude M. R.., K LLL'f. ,

bouwLJ and It jwas 'decided to'. arrange those "Buffering from' asthma, con-.*{I close bv the Natchez [trace where ,. 1* I City. Clerk. i-

for arooni In jth e ant I : end of the audl- sumption hernia, or any other physical! 'Jackson trod. :There the, 'monument !I, '

toriunv'. There will M eleven teachers defect or disease which would'prevent.-'erected to'his'memory by the State of! --r I -"-:: .

i beside.* the principal this year'and, an-- i proper discharge of the duties of the Tennessee Js; bj order of the. Lewis 1';I j I JENNIE "' PARRISH. .:: e 'S1i. ;

teem\: |4lass roost I bet: a necessity this position.All l Society: to be "decorated with flower I Ij 'Stenographer Coin Rl' orthllr. brponitinii and Typewriter.Jta ifo'd t' i I

to be ithe'0 way to provide. persons who have been examinedfor 'j and flags on that day that.- farawayj i work. Tuber of Shorthand. Office1 I .

for it#J' ) '" J.c the' position of clerk or carrier r In }hl.great city of the West "'nation \ .'i AT rave P. orrr Bank of RiicarieHo 4 I i' ,f .

The-board'alao i Iedthe within the, past year and failed to pass sl'pn! his'praise. .r..,H :flIIn 12nn and 1: quesi OFl
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:H2: Arena C.Real .
be
may re-examined t"
tion tit putting up fir.e Q ea, ao as to upon filing new I I RenWeTce
applications in due time..
I 1 NEW
ivoldj the. should FOOTrBALL RULES.
: a '
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fire occur when the school building Is This examination Is open ,to all citizens ': l
-filled,'with children or: with People who of the United States who.'com- Altbonrh too far south for much ;
ply with the' regnlremeuts!: r .
Indulgence -
entertainments In I'
maybe thereat as is f ,the popular genie: of football I
Fronr the ellglDlee'reenltlng
,K from there hundreds .
are
frequently thq --I' here who will
this'examination it Is expected that .b* 'Interested EstateInvestments
In
{ Principal Han .expects to continue the following chan/res, Dessinj.S'cks
.' certification will be! made to existing f of lie'rule to"effert .
fire-drills.:teaching the schoolchildren { this year's play:
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vacancies' '
and future .
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)low to gel| out: 'Ithout a stampede l application I I f In.te of evrn mesh the'line .I
I [ For blank.'full instructions andH
). lof[ iiirimmaee' between .
In an emergency! but the genera public spfclmen'exafnlnation .'' the ,twenty-five Tkil' Awe rWIUUe ; Muslin
Underwear
.' questions, yard lines there"munt 1t1lns.j II'R II
would'be {largely at the- mercythe 'of and Information relative_to the duties 'p be six men.In the'llnklp II ; : "
every rt of
I the
,
\ flames should I .eaten'fire field. "
building

,:" while'the auditorium U.filled. ; and and salar1 the- 'JocaUoa s of the of different the examinationroom positions'j]I r th i'Whem. ".there ire onlV' 'six, .men in sts .|frGkfioas. kisses ad lens -I ;f!

i 7 line of'wtrlnimase''th. .;, !. additional ENIKOWttf Twit Of AT-
[ ESl4TIS.MC4LLISTERBECK.
.. It t-! to be hoped 'iow that thc.taarddlscussioV: ; application should .be made to man in the back field must tw station- I .

f" r :hoe the smatter a. that the'secretary of the Board of Examiners 'Mlontslde| of elther-extremlty'of: I +-- I.!

r little! ;[ time'will bejtoBt'ta dolnf the at th.ollce.. the
tine.' n 4 320 M Tmiftl SirNt .... FbrbU.
worl :
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t I -- .No jjjplication''wffl'beVcepted U
-- for
COEEEDr'S.
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I ***< ;**- "*. u, -"- 1.-- r&:Goals 'from field no matter ,how -
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