The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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., Of the Twenty Baker County! *Prisoners4Next In Baker County,Case Work- -
Monday. ing Hard For '
and Against ,

L : !is lALLf ED prisoners Sheriff' from cel Baker said l today eountY.ln'J-III the twent -IIISCHIP-TIVE! P PARAGRAPHS Speaking. of Defendants.the preliminary, 'i' examination ,.- HEIR .o DEA1N ,.

this city,'were all right so far as health f of the Baker county feudist f and .
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; and comfort was 'concerned, says' th \; rO' murderers next Monday at )Iacclenoy.be '-- .

II I Jacksonville-- Metropolis. : Monday they Some of the Magnificent Residences and Costly Business Blocks [ Times-Union of Yesterday, says: ,
Investigating in'' are' all to be, carried to Macclenny; The for
By ( Board S eamDisat attorneys, the prosecution Twenty Fi e School Children

... J. J about forty miles west of Jacksonville, ; Now Under Course:of Erecctlon ants Number of.Each That and defense are at.present ,!engaged In
'., 'er{! Gen./Slocu in r.- to be preliminarily tried on the charge ] t securing'evidence!. for their! respective i. Pit .

1M "I' of murder. and assault,with intent to I '" are Con emplated, in the Near Future-On All I }Hands, Hides of the cases. There Is little

j murder. They are to be tried' before doubt that the defendants twill Prerited

[ !IT .. County Judge Uerry.; ,ot Baker county. the (Song of. the Saw and Himmsr Are HeardhowingihriftaedProgress prove alFbU when they -arel placed try on to :

f of taf Vaa'lee Plot Walker & Shaylor.. of counsel. for the trial for being participants In the mob
; Aand licenses Caj> .j of Miami. : 8y the 6h1D way of a floor l1e salt
r ahdto6uernkUn: : Rev i prisoners, said today that, they had received ,. .. that murderedeputy Sheriff Thrift set
Ward ltd. notification from B. P. Calhoun. .. t It has already been stated by 'some of Rl4 e.raJ h>netnms Are rd- ,

? life Sating Ap&Hattes 4u te. State's Attorney for the Eighth Jud enthusiastic friends of jthe prison-
Out Deadd Others klJDrtci. ; ,
cial Circuit of which Biker countyne Is i I "
t u that ther4\ will 1I'ltnesses to
, '; H'p I of the that he could net To those unfa flier '
o counties that at least a .doyen ot the men .
,'' be at. the preliminary trial, as .ben Is gress, building an 1 arrest were elS at the '
I attendance upon the courts inhis I ; !
i\ her % S.-A engthyof ; going on in all pa u of the of the murder. I I )
New York, Septen .Cnclnnatl: -
1 circuit that of Levy county, having. : : | 'These friends claim WJre the September 3.-Durlnc 1 -
report hu Just been, nade publii the sal of the facts a id a was I
f\1e morning ..11II of the public school
convened yesterday.Bryan & Bryan \ Certainty .of being able :3 i
investigation by th ( legal toa-d' and ion would convince them |; an at Pleasant dge twenty miles north ;
also for defendants.
are attorneys that caused some tlf t le prisoners
steamboat Inspectors of thej < eneral Attorneys Parker and Hemming wi I and great strides,I Miami of thJt city;, number of children lost '
come in and 8urrende to the
East I lastt [ au-
Slocura disaster IA' t le er their lives
: + go to Macclenny to represent the pros* has on at present! in the They tbollght
, June and costing nu ny hundred lives. cnUoo. all necessary f all of the Ujey were to D rlng' p ayful rush Into 811 outhouse 1
It Is not at < r In part city ,given a hearing befor the justlce
;. s The report annpufl.! in rgave i
Mr Calhoun be present. the saw and ham >r is : : the at Baxter
peace last
of the license of [William .Van Vleck. 'The regular term of court! ln Bfrki r and the buildings under I j ( I
f master; .Edward jward. )pit >t. and. county convenes 09 November zlst. ai d stmctlon said th4 Be I They'are indignant over dud bodies'avl@ been taken .oat.

Benjamin Conkll tj chief( engi leer of. this preliminary :.examination Mand y of the flni'forder and a t t I long detention novery'' wIthout Later.-At non DIne dead -bodies J
the steamer at the; t IB !th+ < isaster. '' a hearing had been n : I
land. talc from the vault, :. Estlmates .
or -
I Is'io; determine whether not any >f ity in the to'give
The report.charge : the accused can be. dlscbar ed orlowed al- On the south sde of th ; In the meantime, the prosecution place hi number precipitated I t

appliances, of ; le slam! Wl'rei bait ". | I clally,'Is the war)| of tlng evidence' completely 4s nto ihe"vaul at'twenty-eve. Jt Ia :..,
that will
Inadequate and allege 3 ,i the Info npeteny 1 The attorneys to-day are. preparing) proving general, and knock out some of the testlmoA stated the Jot rider hI, Doorlnc gave J ,
o' of the crew at ih| time of jU' e,awful used" w'at predpita n all In'the.ontbuid-! ,
otherpapers months a' II
affidavits and to ,De numbs of j ''
that friends of the accused ; 'j
,'calamity.g. -I."I.t I In the prellmtnary'trial will : : Ing IntO the L e
Messie.!' beautiful structu es. 1 The hearing next Monday will i, I I
Walker .t Shaylor did uot !Ttno'w, completed and oc pled : t, considerable The populafon of the village, aooa -
attention '
.. REJECT PJijOPOSAL., 1 I whether the prisoners would be' sent One of the'mos at Is' aroused all'.OVer {he'State as in surrounded school hoUSe aid greet. t "1

I Macclenny] 'under military, guard. that sd of the' is excitement ptlevall ,, '1
a'A Tai to *, Mine Workers JNot e Cut in ', "
Allis quiet at,Baxter:where, the outbreak being built by Ca italn ]I. : f i !
{ \\1- I 1.i occurred last week and was'suppressed which is' well unfrer way. : r ,_. A RA r IST, LYNCH. 1.
I' Sheriff Hercdon and tfie an .
t by only be attractive
S" KDoxvllle. SeptenbW S3.jt .'''1' 8 minMine! September ':
I nlost,' New' Orlea s, 2S.-Moses ;ito !
mUtary '
be of the .
one :
ers of district nineteen, Un tfi- ( well arranged iq fthe city. d Searching for Negro Wit, Intent. Lex1e a tie, was hanged here today '],

*r__ WorkerS have roteding'majority by an aye whelm- ,SCHOOL" BOARD, MEETING.- Another ezpens, ve and Lynch. for "erlmln8 I,. ; abusing ::ElI a1 eUJ. ')

agalns 1 the ::p|.ance.of *" nor"under way' i here is Klenta; a tw VII ,.ear old girL Lewis ;
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k" the operators',proposals to M uee' tb e Jupiter, Fla. Setft, 20, '1904J' Mr.Wm. Brickel I.:which'' i !; Patton Pa. September 3.-Th ,n e- wasaleo.aue ted of murdering the Xgirl's

swage scale about seven 4 per'or Me tetot.The *. ;zular.meeting of school board tjo- the neighborhood of,' $ ;, I gro arrested, here yesterday charged brother who was. found, dead on ,'1
national .officers. I I the '
I edaj. held n E. B. King's office. will be completed at'an with making an assault upon Mrs;Dog prtoml'l'S.! ?
f. ."Workers ,hare recobimendedi' hat th ee : I I '
: >Ii4ues of,last meeting read and ap- Besides this hon e has been released;who according i .
proposition be, | Hon 1s'not TELEPHO TfLEdRAPH. "
act) I ", Is also mother his captors proved alibi.
1 proved.- erecting
wUl Ije taken :.:....... .
known, ytt whatf ; : ::,
.' ,Matter';of school ,at Pleasant C ty dence for ::dr. Brl :kell at : ,Discrediting the fact and believing 1 it, J'Ch '- i'nouneed :'. .
\ by either mlna he' ope- '' -j '
the -
J Avenue'd k but ruee"of the table' fxptemberw23.-- laoaa >
ArTraton 'rrkers'T j referred to J. C. Harris. : Brickell I and'others '
I. Transferor Mrs. S. F. PoU rd'. chi. d- The walls 'of the W. D. i to gain time to get him to a pJace of that! as rapid u Poutble_ Oe'4

J- LADY' CURZO]? CONDITION.London I' ren to Lemon City. granted.In denee;-which are of I safety, three hundred citizens set'out Burlington nanroad system will wbetitate -
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r- 1 the,matter of the-transportation: practically been' Wised; [ yesterday with the object 'Ip( capturing the l'ph'one for th telegraph

; Septembej-: :. The i condition of pupils sonth of West Palm Beach Ing already prese: ting an and lynching' he negro. The mob was, servtCft'. 'for'0 rating Its trains.s .
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: referred' to J: c. Harris for I.re | pearsnce: led by the husband father and brothers .,,
;of Lady Cum -formerly Miss .action. I I I ..
:; Vanderbilt is. ItIIIf f Critical.I I U"[bit .thewere ;i, In'rrgud to commdnlcaUoa received Another house to' be'' I : of' the injured womaaaad! are searching ...A. ... TER IDLE EXPLOSION. .! 1. ....,';"

indications p mprov e- from J.xs. McComb Jr:; of'Pompa'no, south'etde at an early I ; ; for the, constable 'who[they.believe .y

went this mornlnt.i relative- 't*> change of location of schoolhouse bungalow by Mr! J.;. K. I : 1 has 'the, negro incustddy.'f: So, far ,they l Knoxville, eptember' 3.-A specialfrom'Jelicii
; decdthit lot Bas Avenue have not been successful that fa that n terrible; esplo: ..
i at that place the board facing on i l in lr
( f MRS. f1AGU LflNOT' It BBED. in view| ,of the fact that the but ding Avenue..,The lotis! now search. j lIon'from" c uses unknown otcurred "'
"" thin morning t the works bf
I', I bad bees contracted for it la I Impossible preparatory jto b tiding : the Jolley :

.From *perfecty1" Jwjurce I .the at this lat date to make say commenced within' a'very few Jays under the dlrec ons of Contractor Powder abfli a mile out of,town. ,,
( a reliable this Mr H. T. jwha"er.. the : Hahn. One man as killed and another se- '
year.Petition : ;
Metropolis has ifafphnation: hat the .1 'rlollsly-
Ron dad The
;. lies, for: school at'Rl'dlablts'l Id other one. who 11 going! Mr. c.,. H. Lyne of 'thei San jJoM! ; building In ,
story sent put In pr< ss.dlspatclXegt from } which tbe ex 1000Ion occurred WE coonpletely 'I
,j Newport to the e: that Mils. H. M. over until full.. ,'meeting, of .board ail
Flagler had been #bed 'ofl I aluableseporters be lad. *- L I now having his le' t cleared I, accommodations are insufficient' and hIs e shfl I with' of its contl'nts. :- ',, :

-la not! tree. The newspaper] The memorial 'i01IBoard. of Tnde I pose. _M,,JJ' Mc onald yam'i yam't now preparing to nakeiin( extensive t ., .. ,I -1

are evidently har l lit for '*. items of West Palm Beach relative to sale of I dence in, this loci lity and addifon! to the foundry ,nth!' chap' ,
{ when .they send '.l false statements I Tot at Palm Bac". laid over until full. lot. adjoining S r. of a work hop and for otter purpot-e?. I-- .: ,

of' hU kind. i ir ] meeting of board ran 'be bad j and, otherwise Inproved. Mr. C. H. Gautier Is having pi MM Declares Jbh Redmond Nai : 1- .1 I f

I' I General matters:requlrlng consideration Dr' J. C. lAber lathy j drawn, for the erection; of two small let to allow .Irish ;

: BERMUDA O slQN i CCLTCRE.rresponjd ,of full\ board laid over until return -' way plans' for a modern I but neat cottages on ,Fourth street .,-. Countrymen. ,
J..U.: .. .1 of Mr. Burdlne, who Is at present home which' he will which be will have for :renting pun .1.. 1
ptember 3.-ro aud j
: an -
I i.What a Huttngl nt Says absent on account of health..* coJllfng'f IJon h s lot >o*>9. The work will.be fetartcd'ln n
once nf, his fellow
ti About'11ft' llasln $ .] .Miss' Sophia BluBkett appointed to teenth.street and DI'I kell' i u few days. j countrymelt that I ,
(HIed the itorlum John
au Redmond.
J p 7th and 8th grades] WestPalm'Bea A. douse will jdetra from { On the west side of the railroad the : I '.
----j: lanalist uttered
the Irish ; the fol- !
f'!; The planting! o Bermuda 10 Ions on lllBl.Alice Sanders appointed, l.-! others. in beauty md.flnsh. ; ; Louisa of Col. W. \V. Erwin andMr. : lowing warns fa last night: I I

f,;, 'theEastCoast ih season Lromlses pal,.reptune.I, I In the city. pro:?er new, b ) : .'J. ,N. Lummus are ne Ting completion "'Ollr race .5'g fast: Blipping from its I ii.

to develop on a lirf i iIngs .scale Trqm Hast- Mrs., L.,G.'Olmated'sppointed, to 1 improvements! arp going I and will both be occupied, by their l in '
moorings la I .dying. Passive and ,
to the doC J I
will cease
iel to be the
--onions are said )e a hiijdy ,crop, ,J.. B."McGlnleyjappoInted supervi (I rat tailed :d eertptt of In colored town and beyond the city home of old.I I ',
.eIL' There
""n ,easily cultivated! ]' of :IU nature West Palm Beach.: : -. those,"' however.' in th.e'! limits both north. and west there i* men and'1 tile 1 are. more I

that they do :' re to be i iarketed I The following warrants were 'lee ed are the,following! + much building of a substantial and attractive : ttlq 'children, and fewer ,,
foon!! me d wlm'n In our eoaatry '
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so as to glut the 1 ket. thiis I for general. expenses .today: The new Hal n Hall nature gong on. i

prices and profit 4I!1 |n ..peak! got the 1icCrlmm'ID,! lumber for:Sliver between Eleven! and The new Watson block, corner of earth.than In a t on the .fax of the

probable crop tbjre the: Has. ng cor- Palm ;....., '?..-.}. ?. ..... ;...* 3 j.47Z. and which 1 iwlll' be one: :venue D and Thirteenth street to The dent I Ytther, II
race C'8.n be !
respondent of thej! *'fanes-Uno! i, says: .:T.. Merrift' postage; express I modern, up to d te' and' ] the place. of the building. burned, off only In the living waned -

; Several of the fa:i era who telegram,:'expenses exam'na- ; tels, in the State br in the be of solid brick wall I two stories y ent. We piesI I ,1.
i{ have made a Wings' i 1 r sh potatoes lion and to Jupiter... as per bills II fortunately the hj>use ,will high and complete in eVery detail. Thetrst'Door before before opportunities i '
UI the
ii oldest
intend to onions and receipts >.i.j. .. :;. ''0' 2S.70] I pl ted this' seasol \ as had ,, I and a part of the' second will fu! this au i cells I dead.. mac .

Texas farmeta ; rail ng these N. H. Hall' cleaning, 'colored I -d but will,.have) been ,;: I [ be used by Mr. Watson In 'hs hardware we will ha -e won 'rood meavanJ By doing sad 80' t

onions for seven I,; rears, anld in. someinstances school house'' at West Palm. I 'shed'and ready 'or use. ;' i furniture -business while the re1Jalndl'r self gdver nt." rTi .

have cli ared several 1 hundred Beach .:.... .u.... .. ,,.... 3J.7S of 1905 and 06. Thl' I I will constitute rooms and of,

densrs per: acrel ;jffhe i ''I larpted eeed.has R. S. Wilson; ,material 'and stone, and: Is owned by' Mr. | I I'I [ OTTON MARKET. 4h

Just Inqr country: aM rev rooms .,,."""....i, ..... ....I.... 68J 691 ham and' others.! : I The Sturtevant block on' Avenue ID

oral Hastings f irerere', are<. bow engaged Miami Printing Co.. publishing The additions and Thirteenth and Faineant I New To k September- :3.Futuresa :

's: in pl 'ntna< ,teed beds I< The,onions annual report ;'and examination. the San Carlos and I streets is another substantial stru opened '
I ate d
arej transplanjted into I a Geld ..,... .. ..:.. .. .. ..,..".. .00 the fame' ridnlt ',' are :! l two stories high :Mid built ,of her, ]475; tober at an adv"ce.1065 .Selltem- j
; November
sometime the lattf! part of October t W. H. Charlie, auppllaSllver greatly :not,only! to the! :! satire+ stone. It, too. will compose 10Y; m r,
Palm.. .. .....: ... the houses but soch as to : January..10'71;
and the crop is harvested ni|1 pril. .HJ[ *i. : 4 0 lus'ness stores below ana omres and March
O4 'April
.i I 1085 bId )raj
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It tak< about. aia,000! plan s for an F, T. Budge, &roware'..lYer to: their;" aecom'fodaUonl apartments. above' The ,second story 1Q89J Jnn '
090 IIn3' oRereda
.acre. an 1. the cultivation' iaj < xpenaireinjuring Palm:: furniture for oMce.... 127|..10tnnnab&l1 11Y': ., Work on both b hf s now being raised. I ; July i .
tnd tedious. TtfjrJDws mnsi be kept>> i ft Col; "applies Tort T nc tl'nd, anjtther' : on T..elftbi' trwt between Avenue Trouble IJ"1d at- .

clean of/ 'eedi and jgraiss, but in Texas Landerdale....,._..,... ,. ..: f;.. l.15] them ready,for gnests. |I B'Dd C; J.. H. Hays, the tobacconist, teat! Sund Ight' between f3crereA a., I.
carriers gather Jesse Conklin. ,West On upper:Avert .' jrill the famUt I
the havej Men able, o plumbing.! ; shortly begin the erection of an of J. E. ilEIn'ett and band

rbont s6o bushels jtio the ac Jt is Palm; Beach .t.-...... .lS.15 of .Seventh, street Mr.' l : ip to date building which he will oc- 1I'hlch" umber or abota of iegsaee ,I IIn ,

believed that. th;:ikaetings lands are Latnhart Potter lumber.Wes' ,I building a modei' two 'I lip)' In part 'himself while the, other hanged. f la'daJmed the were ear -

wet adapted to on)< n,.cultui and the Palm Beach, colored No. 1,. ?.OS the, frame{work of, ( : J f vIII,be. rented, for offices. and store pus nett'l house'and oeittriesered''lato that hereturned ''
experiments nowjgtiing on. R 11< deter- Lalnhan ft Pott ;.luml:et Pompano the structure being i oses. ,"
t e ere: No '
,;k" :mine whether or Idbe bt this Ind istry can ,.,,, .... .... .....Y.14.6 y -The, residence pf. .Mr., : ; These and many other buildings to though s'u ODe wu'Ij1ared'
et.paaaed '
through tbs
made profitable] ; Hastlne:; farmers Mrs. L A. Freeman bat on-sat' .55 Sroesier on;: Nlnt i street, )e started at 'an early date insure and of one of Bennett 'at'
lsatiaeed E. B. King,'mile, and tae C and B li fMt' j establish 'Ia ,boys TIle tI'UII- .
are wd nth potato, ,,but in per diem .00 : ,the. fact beyond doubt that lie' It Is cia ed. Ia due to ]1Ir; Herself ".

raw they shoulddiversifythey ; I'.d It cec !ssary to J. C. Harris, mile and,per diem .6 0 ;jortlo'ns adder tl e ; Miami. is> growing .and will I ere' long having; De ted ..eg0 preacher ... '

wnier jto bent hat o thZ./T.-Merritt, aa.ry-.l npt,, .... 1i.O) Monroe, t: ;Han s. The i rank as one of the foremost cities in I nushlng b

crop can be 'a roIL- The board adjourned. Uready been, ralsjed and. t I State.I' lor; oingest son. froIII' s toot,;:.

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I -DIRECTOBTrEKMs Che&th.'J. D: Patterson. B. BETWEEN TRAINS.A bulls. and earned f SSOu'.OOd; half of, whichhe '{

'6IHEBAL Conrad: J.'A. Parrish, 9 has lost) through'unlucky Investments Bargains In Grapefruit Groves

|I UET JTOOIS.. 9rosland;: J. a. Rhodes, K. "t..j Couple Is Made Man and Wife at He Intends now to devote him-

_. IL. v..: .i)'Ior.ale" Jaattea.- W: 'Clsrk P. C. Rase. C. J, Chicago. self ,tohis, ,ja-tnlly( and to' music._.He ,
aeJoetlce. -
\ .. S.uarterA MabrJ' mtIJu.Uae.O oaklabprs Duke. autoa' ReDlr. J. )LDoaglu '- plays, the organ, and Is very fond, .of Eight Grapefruit Groves three to the yean old to One condition for ale ,

;' ._ "" .Judges any should of Ute irate a44reeW IlL B. Rush Dr. : A Hiicago' special" of the 19th I Instant- classical music particularly.. Bach andBeethOTen'i' at'Arch Creek ttation. These'groves ar. located on avenues lined with palm.

K... ., .''Tallalu aM.ri&' ... ., Dorn J.Jt, .... RmDP; ,Fdw.Enrin says \ L Also twenty acre. now belo* set nut. These groves are budde4 to the choicest _
!! 11[ V'I-, BalATOU.. ,.WW. Raulerson C. 'D. DiMrs. \O.:, House of Wheaten and .t variety of fruit. Titles perfect! Will take pleasure la show D 'hi. property ;

&:;.: ,6m.r:jaoca t.Tal laferro,JaekaoavUlu Enloe. Dr. a. Ru .ph. (]eo.JPrIaaeD. ', Elizabeth Krlbs. of Chicago were iii Rice and his son, to prospective purchasers. 'J- 4

"'. .' .oo!Stephen L IM allorj.PeniaooU. .a. c. .sa>tjord. I. B. man led 'between- trains' in the walt- Iphi>s, 0.,. are married It Is a well-known'' that>rapefrt it tree are more prolific andirelUble!

Ji':,,_ [f', DIAriet&edi j Ftansgan .R. B. BewelL I IlL a. Ing-i oom .of the Chicago, and North- Emma 'Bluethman, sls- bearers than any other variety 6f the cit us sam il,, and realize at least double

&a \ r*;"..i & racy Italt:CouCtt )- Frederick. J. B.. t axielby, J. 0.Franc. wes rn depot at-Genera this morning. ters. path r' and son have become the price of Oranges. A four-year-old aperrnit grove, ff properly eared for

"M I ) ''A. P. Smith Julius 9 A.- M. \ 'j j In-Iaw is hi stepmother and Thomas log 8 per cent or more on a valuation of f 3,000 per acre. From one grapefruit_ ,

JL RAILROAD JOMI 88IO.ER8,. Glrtman'Jamei Stopeman F. B. '"1 .'s a poor stag tting, but It'll Ricer slate[ -in-law 'Is his dsughter- tri-e General Hazen sold $120 worth of tt e fruit.

i. : Gomph G. ',. R. Sulcer A. E. doVelec whispered'the'docto' 'to his bride- in-law. Offsprings of the 'first marriage -
& Browne, K< 1 west, Chairman Gautier T. N. shanahan J-QHN
4felf M.Cnham
a. H.: Burr. Uttle I Urer. its' he jingled the belief a telephone will hi ve & step-brother and sis J :a:.
ti I. L Morgan Ju p r. ; B. Seviell. John on the wall.. i t' ter-in-law tor uncle and aunt.' while p. -
C.DuDo. 1Ia4t n Clerk: Oarthslde c. H. Setmour. R. ILGramling. 0. BOX miaml Biz.
g-e i quanen aD lhoCBe&rd "Ir that Police Magistrate, L. children; -from the second Anton can 261
hll1\h-. J. C. a.JteUe; 1. P. I ,
I Ho ell?" he shouted Into:;the rec.<<; ver. claim an aunt and uncle for grandmother "
a. IS810l'Uta.' Gallalt. 1':.; Rhttw, ; t. aOa.Uer '
l 11 1 : R. B. Taylor R. B.Orifng "''Ye ? All right. ..Comejdowii; tolhe; and grandfather.o .
.letld Jt. aeWY. Si>InI.J derx t quick; I want to get married">| '
TutnAPo L'GIrtman. .
A. M. J. "
"I J 11I1t1U.TOi UTH DISTRICT .,We H. ., 'T.( m. B. aHsyes Tie loungers" pricked up' their' ears: i. 1 I' '1 U; rid of telzed g d WINDOWand DOOR
udDad Cousttet) secret LaDar.We .
.'r. xcm I scingB1e nI .' J.: H. IL 'j Son e. urchins who heard the ; ; FI FRAMESTT

ail N.[ Dlmlfl|. Palm Beach.KEPRESENTATITB.: Hill I. IlL Tar'm.'J. con ded to the telephone spread the respectfully request that \ '

biDIt} T C. H. new B. lit a little while the room wascrowded
j" : COU& Hunter;J. a. WatBOn. upon entering any store. toma'

6r 1 W. Blue, Fullord; Hill William. Wl orton. F. It.Hethertngtol1lI' with people anxious' to wit- 4a: purchase you kindly

m'I"r 1'.wt, E. LHeyser nee the wedding. ask the clerk to show you his! 1eotaR
CJJCSTT OrnCERS.Alie We are making hundreds of Fran
ADZ magistrate a every month for the leading _
J t.. the police leaped
f A- Union] Card.
A. E. Wall '
:ouut lodte- > K.Her. ,Mlam1 I ,tractors, and we should make them foa yon We do It cheaper and better'Branied '
?_ AUorDef' J T. iaoders Miami. Hall. W. W. Wlfaler. .H. T. fro i his. buggy at .the. door. the head-. j LOCAL 779. _
Our latest
rTil unandaeeordefulPeedut > I Improvement III the use of Finish'Ban
C ligut ,, BarIng
L bornC > Oro.asheri1 Hahn. F. W.. Worley a. A- of the Chicago train swung Retail'Clerkl' International
-Job. KWk. UlamLCol mil in the'distance and the Sash PuUejs, and yon should Insist 01 getting these la'your.frame Wkea ,
Ffo Hughes, W.D. W son. J. L, arc a curve Protective Msocl..tlon. Miami.
\)<<*or.pf, Tat i -Tboa,J. Mardee' .. Cocoaat&eva Horner, J. W. W worth. J. F. sou id of its whistle boomed: on the .air 1-1 -' 1'1'1'1. | 1'1. you have any building to do writ. to m. ,

A.eNor of h.i.-H.M.Smith, YIamLt4psurenC Jones, JL IlL W IOn. R. B. urry up.. Judge!" "shouted1 Hosse.
CaiU&- auperte cadent of 1-oWle JlUltrao- Kolb A. J. %!manI.. ,c... I., "W e want- to get, married In time to Bo mnON NOTICE. /
'oa-.T..rriU. Jnen.V) t&. I Notice 'that Eau Galls
oI.00uDt o. W. cat :h that'train. /\ III hereby given a special Florida ,

I bbn.pradn. We K. &McDonald a&rn-0e, r'uUoM.Jake. W. O.. PUTS AN i ALL. "All right,"' responded .Justice election-byi'the regular'1toter lOt the I

A\Gher.llopl..r 1Ie".u. Ylas! a.; 8t A.!T Bekaer Ooeoanul; lIT 'Ho ell <[ city of Miami, Florida *ho reside fn
... I.oTDMk Clerk and Auditor olBoMd. n land
: I r. Horse caught his bride, by the city who own real estate
.Miami. A' gTierons wan u a
ciwnirr OOUKT JF sKTEsrn JCDICLt1 result of unbearable jpaln from overtaxed art. i and d"w her to the center..of the .therein,ant who have paid their taxes

I it IBCr1T. orga.a. Dinbuu, Backache. flo< r. In a twinkling the Justice hadm for the I t year due thereon, to authorize J. A Robbins i & Co.Hariie

1dbreetee D <1 a u4 otter_deLJ Constipation.';But Tied them. -In another Instant both the city council of the City' of ., .,
s Tttunin Uver complaint I
clreIRNge-chor8.J '
Miami Florida Issue bonds
and ] tearing ,
D.1IenOrIaa4o caught the trains
CkenCa : :DeerbCr laIDI. thanks to Dr. KlntfaJNew Life Pills, rai : : area
C. Interest not exceeding the legal rats Oarrtaae ,
till Term ol Circuit Gout_T.n**on Pin they put an end to It alt They an .' .
.ltENb'OF of the State of for I
_...,.aII FoorUi Hondaj KoTeaber.onrint T -. : Florida the follow-
'1pI'1111 Tera Moniar after.Koortt, gentle but thorough. I Try them. Only : ing purposes and the following amount, ''Depo$1'tOry..Quality tli
....., to A 25c 'Guaranteed by all druggists" BITTER, FIQHT.j '
*' OAOBCOCSTT OOUKT. j to-wit: ,I is remembered '
't 1 ,' long .after is
I price
L Heuer.latamL "'.' \ 1st Twenty thousand'' ($20,000) dollars ; ,
E".u""' J.T.86Dc1en, M1asl.j STATE NEWS. .jTwo'| physicians had ;a long and In',bonds, payable'| twentr'lear1 .
$ KoudaJ to .J.8IUJ., j = atl born fight with an' abscesson my forgotten. .
Ter.-rlmt lIoHaJlaADriL aeesserTusdlratMooday J from date Issuance of said bonds to t ,
fIUI laraIJ.; Stainlaoa and Euphemia have right lung" writes J. F. Hughes, of I
Bisters be Used I In the erection'of city hall
U Oe oIIer."l ;
.sUTan-PUMoadar}4t.LUD OVECLOAINUYILLL, arrived at St. Augustine, accompanied' DuiPont Oa. "and gave; me' up. Everybody and fire department building.' Quality Makes, the Bargain

by fifteen! young ladies from Ireland thOUght my time had" come. J .
2nd. thousand $10.000) dollarsIn
,: e. a i 1inbb. J rw. TeJ\\: : ,
Boklsaol.let.' who will enter' St Joseph Convent as Asa:| last resort I tried Dr. King's New cit ybopds,'to be due twenty yean 41B, T' 1ith Street. Sd'1aml, ]"tn.;

.. B.E[8i;j CHUBDIBIICTOBT.' postulants.! i' r Discovery for Consumption ,The ben- from the date of Issuance of said bonds
Yrtar.Corner IAvoaN C ud 'NImH&- efi I received striking and I
J/ was was
mmmm] proceeds
every a ads;soeelu.u 11 VeloekePdsppmaT the of which'are to be used
hO.. at a& li0ekyat&PUSoRe al Eugene V. Debs. candidatefor on my feet B a 'few Cays. Now I'veen in'the making and 'paving of streets '< j

< wwad a eadtlelgb. .l.trare-.l1all'I.. President, is to 1 tot: Pensacolathe Irely'regained my health." It conquers not heretofore paved within the well

I., 'r't f' W.LeeA>RenPastor.Varsonle latter part-T>f, ,ell Coughs; Colds ;;and Throat settled portions of the'said city of Mi 'I

:_ -.eCandRkvtree6-Prayer AIo: HarrH meetlajWedoeedal 4braer Aka .' and Lung troubles. Guaranteed by all ami. 'Florida., ,;, .. & HORNER
at tao; atllem.tapwoRhlaauueaI p,m.t Sunday Sehoe ::at W.1:30. III p: Sunday morning th Spaalshsteam- druggists. Price BOe. and 'LOG.TrIal' 3d. Thr.Je'thousand ($3,000) 'dollars .
pteacAlD& Po a,c... Fl7u"OOD ship Vlvlna reached this port, coming bottles free* .1 j in bonds. payable in twenty years the
ILJ' I it j t .1'aISor up from Tampa, where a .partial; proceeds cf which shall be used In the a The Real Estate and Rental ,Agents

; resieht aUf-11 o'e\Oek' Aranne a.' m.C anJ: Bonda tltji cargo of, 1.50ft tons 'o phosphate'rock ; BASEBALL..FIGURES. purchase ; jt -.P .. izth Street. site First National
tlelloOlj './\ .. hlnf at 7o p. was taken ones Jhe Tessel will fill out -- t, er' necessiry: ;' fire apparatus for said ::::;: Op Bank.

Bpwmth..I:'" Po ,p......"'Mlo.;JOIIlnrEpworUaa. We4oea4a'. with o general 'carg'from this-port. .Batting Fielding,- and' Pitching' of,.the' city, ........ ... i. .

e -.eolagat700oe, k; AU LoA.see alnm.J"aCor_kotP.! and among'the, Items I will be 'the. first' Big Leagues' \ 1teat'le And that'said election will be held -,' ---r :

f t'tafrirryCae" eatract.Morolas'i." '.1'.L'AYeDOO' B and lottPray.r. big cotton ahipmeu rom the\ port,, 1 Inthe: cltr of.Miami. Florida. onthe] .-r--- -. i jf

II 'elock; Bondaj this'consisting of about ',000. ,afes.ThelVlvlna.brongh ..< Hans'Wagner. The Pltto-: 24th day of October A. D. 1904. at the .or 'f

,"Bat" __awulog U'ILIII.I, f IO:; H ulql'ra1"ao1 nt lr XueharUt, every Wedge.Bnn I I t't'in' at this trip bi rger now leads the I painfully'at regular hours of holding elect'ons.'lathe .6 A e ....... +m t ...-". "- ''II' ... .... ... .*

Ultl eoe4e:* Tln Klrar"a"II'L nd & nond Flm and and Fourth third innrf.y.at Cora the first consignment 'of Imported te uated''o batting averages, of the' office of the Miami Transfer._Company i\LrCRE.E: BR. >

aei9rnvaats:3m.' N.B.Psu.aa.Beetdr." crockery-ware, ttils' being1 consignedto'B. N tlonal League, and also leads In ex- .' at'jKo.'-229 Twelfth street, and S.t

,....anfttA.. 2111 IIUM& and -011' A-. Gerson; the Pa afox street deaU tr i bases'. and.In base-running. Chance thst" the'hapectorsfor 1 said election 'I'
? MeklrreverF edav.merntngatllVrleck.'aNeve4aaN .t! .
v veningu7rA! erg wbo'has arrangerti for the Importstion' ai d Donlin are two points below Hans'r are named as follows: H.. C. Budge. KINDER iOU, GA., '

't' H ; i'tfrt'i'' Da *',w.FAasPaalor.CnalerIAS ; of B great deal from England, -ord,' while onlrelgh: men in all are C., D. LtclerE1 'der.' W. L. Keller, and the ;
a.'PC rrT'a a&4'ci rd Wa Korirrr."'L and ewpte't Bay Street..Mr and a l.of which will, be brought to h Gag over the,300 maVk.Plttsburg of aid election is named J., C. y

\if-9.. _.'"i Hnadav.lARO Pensacola on the Serra! Line'vessels., 'leads 'In- tellJD' batting and GrsmliggThe .

: The>oonslgnment- to-day j' cons'sted of, York, In extra bases.- bal ot of said election shall reaM
Ia1iar' ( l OF TRADB.I / I Iree.pitcbers special; election for the issuance J Kinder rFrateS.I.
which Ballot f r -
thirty-one crates on -the cus Brlggs, Dummy Tay- '
I Tt*lden VW11 lam M. strewn.jyt'
.1' held In the City of
Vee-PrBrident.'T.. V.- Moore. torn :house collets a duty of I! Leever;still have perfect field.i

Second TlccfPfealdenU J. K.: Luromoax.T $352.90./ : This was puld this morning: records. 'Warner heads, the catch- Miami: Idrlda.! October 24th. A D. .

e etarr. 4'Jrpsur.r TBlacSman. and the',work. of talking* out..the .valuable ers and Feltz, the first' baseman.- Rayr -, 190<:> ")i '., :t Chase,& Hrrne) .
; b ids In the of .Twenty .
H. 3. Tatum. For' sum
articles was then commenced.This er leads at leeondlMcCormick' at
of- Co4Moor emo.W.. 1C. Brown. thousand :! dollars for city ball.Agairs t. ; ;'
U !y. B. Lummua. Ai B. Hey- Is the first lobby I a great deal. t Ird ,and Corcoran at! short. Brain bonds In the of twenty sell l Kinder.Lou":Crai!es'all over Dade County .1
us. .n-t.:: F. RAt '. 1' W. Hann. W. W. custom-house officers .think which :I d ,Dunleavy have uninjured! outfield su.m I
o thousand ($20.000):! dollars-for city halt ****** *88"* ***' I 4 ***" *.>"I!" >**" ."> '"
.. "ri. John, Ie i relL will be this point records. New York leads In 'teamfi "
.' ANT Q COMMITTEES.W '. ,imported:: Wing. t ALSO I ---r I .
&- W. R : Patterson. 8. It; i \ For bt .da in the sum of ten 'thousand I' r, ,:-, ,
tt CURES McGlnnity; Is the Jtfngpin pitcher, .. . ... . ...
: .tn1ra. 'Jariei T.; Seymour K. : S9ATICA. <($ 0,000) dollars for paving I -- -- -. . .-
iVprJly. O. AJ! th in winning games and in. keeping. .
1, a ley; B. M.: SMkns.V J' ---r from' scoring. j streets .j" 'F'W.. [AHN
:, X.Hahn.* .tlJOEB-! r. .; Roa..'& 1.; Praderlek1GLTR Rer. L.: W. Rlley.!j. L. I. D.. ,Cubit' en Napoleon. Lajole. though, still .lemlii .- Again! bonds In the sum of ten ,1.

'""" ../.51 Mew York; writes; "f the American: batters ,
...> X D SANrTART-Jacluoii.! exruclatlng pain from sciatic rheumatism g, League, by streets: ,
11'81' fat'margin: Is,falling I! rapidly I In his! Architect nd Builder
in- under -loUl.ltrc3tments, I : ALSO .
induced to' try Ballar1.fr Snow Liniment rcentage., and Willie Keeler thes For be ds" fn the sum of three 4,thousand .
t MYERS AK1 > HARB''Ra-Garb Odai and -batter, '!lies something of 'a I r I Boa have in my tnploy one of the best
] Rpnrph. Edt-ard c.; Tatum. ; tie first' application giving ny ($.1 1. Kl) dollars for fire apparatus.Agains "
Ctak B-l overta'ke draftsman in the uth andam better
ante ;
: 1 B| .J 4]: PhananaiPtlBLIC M. first relief! and the second entire rellet r to, htm.I Light' ave- bonds In the sum of three 'prePared than eve for furni51ung' >la.19 .

ULtLROAM AND FRFJOIJTSC 'can give It unqualified recommend riges prevail and-only eleven men 'are thousand ($3,000) ,dollars for fire ap aratul. and details tot go buildings: fine)cabind -' '

.{ C : }.! E. U]: 'Lefler., C. D.: totnmns.A.: tion.,* 25c, SOc, and .$1.00. Sold by, ttlng'.::100 or over, 1 1New" 1' .; Work etc. -1 m now''' headQuarter

-: ,i4 t.ct HARITIESBytngfn.Erw1n4! \ m. W. .McDonaM.E. T.: CheatNnlj J. -I Ked Cross,:PhW&1'J'_ York leads !In team batting' :Notice s hereby given that on Sep-' for turned work. 'croll sawing and'all.

J. u.; tmusjtas. J:. B.;;Gau6eP T. --- C eveland second.-, The Napoleons lead tember th.,1304. the City Council of I work usually do e in a. FtRST CL.A'IS!'

_'" !4; ilmanlM, < L L. I It' Sam Fackler a ew' ary 'Willie" I 'extra bases and.Lajole Is 'the"chief' Miami, orlda, at the 'regular, session! ,( .' plan, ng'miltSolid l'l'I

A JCCLTC -B1&tm..a. 1':. /.: printer who baa been enjoying .oUr t ng-raage slugger. I' thereof;' nthorlzed the 'special election

MG F' tt atum.,;J, H ; arHT.n. A.,;, hospitality for' the put two'months Owen leads the pitchers in'fleid'ng.igden of bonds! as stated In this,notice'andIon me your order for doors and window -
:' Iitorn.:7. ;
.c. i ; heads the catchers and Loc 1 fesS : authorized the undersigned -- frames "ball sters brackets
,;::, Bfl tJ>OS-Homer. i ..TjRellly. ;JefLjart_ Sunday for unknown points by etc. ,',
{; ., Bud ., H. p.J -J. R! .Sewell. in South Florida, Sam Is a:gOOd ante, the ,first baseman., Roblnron cd.com : 'to act in regard .to the I be convinced MIAMI FLA.World' '

.hnt Whalet.Uora T. ..orker. find a hard 'orkE'r-to get off I ads'at second Braille at third..* call1nglIald; election and that thesaid'electionIs t :. .I
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EH-I1lseeli .
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., *TUPA' Oten : of the'"pigHis- expensive methods I Ire.at short ftnd' ones!!In the WaI-1 object o ) to determinewhether I ., I I
1. A. Rbofles. R.
T. Vt Ionnrf % : of- getting along in' this, world holds hiago leads In team-Celding.. i r not the said city If Miami.
w.S ;n..Uy J. '
W. 'JL; him started 1 Florida! halljsffue jbonda in tl esums :
RpUCATTT Burdin. In the vicinity where he '
Hall;I W. W.L lutlor. RedmUnd B.Sazelbr. '- which Is Just under the bottom round RHEUMATISM I ''I and forMember he'purposes herein named. .Fair Rates

LajlJe AJollniT L. J. 0.;_ SmlUi. ,_ of the ladder of fame cod prosperity.-
KoJbJu. J.V ., ,. j :. '!. E.KLummu's.f" .
r Illgh Springs'HornetSUICIDE : .
1: V.
"nionaRATic >N-Blaekmen. When pains: : or Irritation axlst ':,n :' W, Hahn I
.,. F.-SJ Tatum. J.H: Dora. J, K. ,' :La
;, PREVENTED.. ray I.Jt of ,the body;, the applcatlorBallarl's of council constituting au-, t !
Honer W.] .
"'.. ... f Snow Liniment gives committee. ,' > i
: i;ia-TrBTAtj6tJKT..Rbx! RW.5 ''.' thoriz -
;, ,d t.? meta; <".: o Tth ids" c. 8: R nty.J I The startling:announcement* that aprevt rompt relief E.1' W. :JSuUlvan,1! Prop I llhe.L. R.IR. '

: : r rL 11: Bewelk oho .' "itlve of suicide had been dscbvcred : ull'var House,'EI I, Reno, 0. T..'writes'j NOTICE. & N.
..." .. r4DVUTl'I 1 o-Tatat4 B. B.J A'run' une 6. 1902 ."I take pleasure In roc 1 : ,, ,
iaal P. B.: i jR tectoa. K. T.: Blackman. will Interest mimy. ;dow : .
Balard's.Snow"Linimentr '
mmendlng "
C. | .: BetlMrl: gtoe.et.T. system, or 1 despondency invariably: ( : j In the.C rcnlt Court Seventh Judicial I. '1 1 I
1"Tle ton Brt ot members 'numberingtliety prec de suicideand something has o r.!! are, afflicted with Thcnmn- j Circus 1 of-Florida, in and for Dade ,I

la an i J* M follows: been',crud that Will prevent that'condition ism, It Is'theonly! ;remedy, I have I i Count : Excursion Ticke" 3 ,now 011' sale dai .r
auto It Jackson, J.'Il,Jr.' ound that gives immediate relief'5c I To'Wb it Concern ". .
W. which makes suicide likely, :At ( May : from Jack
: a. 5 &.'-'100. Sold' by Red Croi1harmacy. : to; St.
'a A.
2 VV. W. RoIbC: the first thought of self-destruction, ,' Take otlce: That it Is my Intentionto and

JfO ethy, ,J.C King hi'. W.Lammas. L: ke Electric,Bftt.e It being a great .::'. I ITPERSONALITIES.; to appl,; the Honorable Minor S. >, i Louis return \ I II
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Ilsbb7 R. J. E. tonic and'acrrlne will strengthen the I :Jere- tfg-t.r! the Crrut! Court of

-wr,:: 1k. < LaSalle., A.' L.Leffler. D"" 'end bnlld .np the system. t'i f i ii the Se.v Jud'.ciai Circuit of F'orida. i $40.h5..j.j 4:' . Return Limit December ijth.i. .

jtajwa, W. > : C. D. also .greet Stomach. Kidney and .. ',-i i for an Order for the adoption of a cer- 33.90\ "....> . . .;. Return Limit; 90 days

,: '11. F. 4Bidlne. McDonald. 1: A. tars regnltpr.' 1h17.5oc. Satlsf/ifr ;Anstlne Cotpnel:; William AI "t'ne.' : tale ml: child, tdwlt: Alvin B. Jef- '. ., .
W. U' : . .Retui-n Limit \ 5 days
W. Maynard. tlon, guaranteed. yXn.'CTMm. '1- !a'd to hive'been the' oldest, ,,surviving ,freys.. rbat said application will be l7'rO !

i' ngta4 :B. T.' Merritt. 2. T The Jacksonville i{<
t lerad7. 't" MuUer. Q. retnrned'bome from St. Louis,, where I'f three wars.died at Bfattleborb, Vt:,,,,tol>err, J ;;''D..-1994,-a ten' o'clock In theforenoo L.. & N. i is th best line to St. Louis '.
I .
,- Dthey. B. )leyenrwi. H. they.went after the military maneuvers n September 5th. In his 95th( ycai; He i or,as'soon thereafter as'counheard. f; .
"r iBD*- B. C. Morse, Fred B. at Manatai.., !;. '' radnated"ln-1838.. J' jsel can >* .I \ '
W. Moore T. V. I : .w (S'ped L. Al: OSfeORN., Applicant. For rates, schedules) a id !sleeping 'car reser>-atiors /

tUM MCDonald W.' H. Railroads! throughout the South have b'Snastlni-l't! : ;;;;';nl, the wo!t faat -; Miami Fla.HEYSER. I 1 ply to'' .
I G. A. : '
anI Jij .McKlnnon.Edwinla.t4 tsrioucced, special rites to the Jackson- Toss Spanish: 1u:1! flrhtersl: about At E I .. > ,

:, Rytk>, KJT. Pet'Nelson.. R. J. Vile Carnival! T-> 'held>next month. .o Jcrrr! 'the ring after tblty-fonr )years! 1 Attorney for ppllcantr I J. "M. FLEMING, C.L'STONE

i Trout''':, W. 1 Thousands are' expected to_attend. of a-tlvitr-:. :' lit'sar:. '*hi his'klbl 2n This \ugn.t ?1. J D., 1904.i ., FU. Pt i] lyt., 203 W. Bay St.::a ksoayjlle G. p. Ajrt. LoBjjTiller
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I raUfltibn QUESTION| $ ANSWEREDnteresf aa acn which is .the east of sfcaddtotf
.904 for or rejection:
the _
Whereat, 1033 nn' farther nortiLJ Then are tea '
1 to aide
That Section It$ of Article 9 of the thousand
Jer. the CoIIIt.1 1115... of the. : plants.to the anti and tha
.1 Constitution of the State of Florida is fruit
State of Florida, did pan teren lolnl .brings, ..the neighborhood 'e* '
I hereby,amended So u to read u'fol ,''I', from 50 cents a dozen for Red
Theprofession'V' resolutions proposing' amendment tcifa I lows: j I' Information of. to the lah'to 25 eenta aptec for Porto Btot
Prospective Settler *.
State of Flo
OonsUtnUon of the :
: Section 10. The. credit of the State. '' i The percentage of p fruiting de

Ids and'the same were agreed to by shall not be pled fed or loaned to any. ,,. Concern rig Mia I and' tfye Southern. panda-upon the can and judgment a*

Pat rote of thre 3oarth: of all the mem Individual compa ty, corporation or association erdse In their culture some grower*
Portion of bade
bra, elected to each, house; that the ; nor si all the State become ;; ,, County.. having succeeded. In 'lI4ICIII'Iq.fIrd

ATTORNEYS! AT'UVW.WUlpractleclB 1' rote on said Joint're oluuon were en-j i joint' owner or stockholder in any ti ., : 1 from 90 per. ,cent. .of the plant ia tfesft
Le tend upon their!! respectlr-,Journalaj company associition or corporation.. <,. 'I pineries.. ,
leelliu&or I 1nLsln.Ruti.n..t p. Ids with yeas and nays thereon and they The legislature 11&1111ot authorize any So many InQulrlea'cUrectec able as in any section of the country \t.nda'lI1&1 be purchased tram $( .

lrcdM Tme4 f did determine! and direct that the:aaU I county, city, bon: ugh, township or, Incorporated 'the Metropolis by prospective sett! and far .aiore so than In most .. >|lO an acre t p. depending OB I'liulss -

r 0.aox7ur, Mlaial. Ice. Joint resolutions be 'submitted .to district to become a stockholder or homeseekers concerning( condltl THE CITY'S FUTURE.: Ity to roads ad shipping po1n O o4

electors of the State at the th1' in nr ,colnPaDr. ,' usod.Uon or existing In this part ,ofj the coun r, I 'Miami possesses all modern conveniences lands on roc : road within ,I miles .t

''p T. OXA008 D., election in November 1904.. corporation or, to obtain or appropriate and the b rdenof, correspondence e ot civilization, as electric lights, Miami may bjI.i had for $50 an anti sal

Otaee wl Cra. ha Now therefore. H. day money for.or.to. loan its credit to any tailed thereby has become so hea I water works sewerage, telephone system somewhat less than.that nom far toad "

Read Mp !tree f fcernr Secretary of State of the State of Flo corporation assc elation. institution or that we have attempted Jin the folio I ; free mair delivery, three newspapers not Immediately; on a road. This asm

Ale ida, do hereby cire notice that a individual ezcep: that'the legislaturemay Ing'article, to. summarize t such. fur< r- two national banks one State qualify of laid farther. away frosa.

MIAMI, FLO A. GENERAL'ELECTIONtri11 authorize municipal corporations i mation U ,is most important_ and to bank etc. It has miles of beautiful transportation facilities can, of.coaras.

Z'' be held In each county In.: Florid to relieve from municipal taxation for answer the questions meet frequen ly streets of native white stone It is be purchased I; for less. :.The land to ..*

DR J. L JAC ?N, JR.oIM ITHoran. on Tuesday next succeeding the fin such*period of y I an as to'the municipal asked. It.Is hoped by tils means U at practically the terminus of the FloridaEae't Promising inf appearance to those a*.

a. J Monday In November A. D. 1904 UN authorities nay deem proper any a sample'copy of the paper,'of whlJi Coast Railway for though an.ex customed to! the 'deepj; rich soOa ::_

BISCAY Binned, A a. D.kuMI aid Tuesday being the manufacturing eplerPrll' that may lo- hundreds are sent,out,I will,, In ,m st tension of the road has recently been other. ;States] being rockyand sandy,

EIGHTH OF,, NOVEMBER. I sate within the raId municipality, but dates, serve the, purpose] Intended b t- built Penetrating farming lands yet results ban Be obtained from II

FLO, for the .raUll atlon or rejection of th no such exemption: shall be for a longer ter than a personal letter. Specific n- forty-five ,mUM''10Uth. .this is merely = 'r in ex' of the returns, realised ,

QR- W. B BUSH P aid Joint resolutions proposing amend period than fifteen years.' formation maybe obtained by wrttl ig a feeder to the commerce of this city. from the mere fertile, sections ot the

menu to the CoI1lUtuUon' the Stat ARTICLE XXV. to any of the real estate!or.other fir. ns Here are located the steamship'docks country' F- -.Usc must be need. bat '
Omce25.12tti street'I whose advertisements in tils ot the P. ft ; the returns non than -
of,Florida. Tlz: i following appear : Steamship Company ; Justify the exfendltun .--1
That the amendment tothe
Resideuce,208p ti st. ARTICLE XXL, paper; and the best way! to become A- whose lines ere operated to Key Westto IDfOIVed' _

I mr. I MIAMI FLA That the following amendment t( Constitution Jot the State-of shall Floridabe be' milltr1 with local,conditions, pro gi BS, Havana, and to Nasa u.: Immense People of energy -and Industry are
and Is hereby agreed to and Lcartlly
the Constitution of the State of Florid "' industries ,and current' I happening, wharves, etc., are'being projected, to wdpromed'and the eoufctryr
submitted to th electors of the state '
w. BACKUS j ._ be, and the same bHereby'; agree< at ..the general i ilectloa in'November while! contemplating re; aovlng to' t ils keep pace with the vastly Increased der pm being. practically. Just, beguuj -
section Is through:res ling the Dtlly maritime there :is room,for all '
to and 8hall.be. submitted to the business that must follow on to reap OM
t Plans, Specifications sad DttslUftlade Lori of the State '.t the general Section 6 of Article -XVI shall be or the Weekly Metropo Is, the for ter theti\deepening of the harbor, work'on ben 1I1I..h! :h must ensue aa the Z* .

for Buildings| | A'.l Kind, Fine lion In.Nov mbe 1904. for el9; amended so as'tread as follows: of which will be u.nt o any add iss which 'is now actually progressing. An sult of such {development Capital find )

y 4 Be idencfS> Specialty. rejection.- Section 6. Thi Legislature shall pro at the rate of $5.00. a' rear, $1.25 .or appropriation of $300,000 has ,been secured :; here most p stable Investment while :'
e 1315 4ya.: CE D.Law.,. or vide 'for'the s: eedy '''publication and months Wee ', labor lain t mend and
Section' of article 8, of the Const! three ; the ly-a large It- from the Government for, harbor well paid. Peo :'
distribution of ill laws it may enact pl".ot'mode
Orr' beret paper being mil ed for.$!.& ayear. Improvements ate artIJwhocom.
i tntlon ot the State of Florida, Is udall page and the Florida hen :
All decisions he Supreme Court I and buy a s nail tractor
.I follows Coast Railroad Is also pledged to 1Ul2. make a '''
ogrersOf by amended BO as to read as : lelaI'declslonS I .. -1
laws and Jui shall be njotlest hon .
..THE CITY OF i AML e'eet'out'fruit
expend like
Section 6. The legislature shall pro- a amount. Thus, 1600,000Is trees and
Civil an roxs.ytl gENGIl ride'for the election by .the qualified free for publicat lop by any person. But Sprang out of_the wilderness el ;htyears now being used for this purpose andIt while 'walti: ig for 'these to come into .j
no judgment! of .the'Supreme Court ago: the railroad having reac ledtils is a moral bearing er rage In tracking are C ,
i. 1 electors of.each/.county of the following certainty that further appropriations ; almost :. "J!
officers shall take effect'until the opinion of point April 15, IS9 Prior to I bis will bo secured until the with;( ut' exception, rarcestfal. t 1
dt? mt. county : | the court in 'sijch case shall .be filed store whose harbor is And this su xees costs !
time less
fie So A clerk of.the circuit court, a sheriff said one trade.was p n- in a condition commensurate effort, thus '. w
taxes with the'c1erk of court clpally .with the Indlajis and a ew 'with Its Importance"from-i commercial In other ptrte'of the'cooatry, whlto'tee
ot "
theo xmstable a' county assessor '
dSere iet ;
$ I '. ARTICLE XXVI. scattered families, ekinout a'pre< art'ons"livelihood climatic conditions ;
"1r noridL, .1 t county tax collector, a county tre...- geographical and strategical render,out-door
: superintendent of public InitrucUon Section I'of' rdcle, V of the Constitution : by : and the standpoint Importance recognizedby work lose I le' every liar In the year, -
lifer, a ,
wing with the'tlefilth .
R. II. S YMOUR 1 and a'county: innreyor.. of the of Florida is hereby manufacture of i ere4be public men at the National CapItal benefits of such as .
ii> county only, evidences of c IvHlzatlon. On and by all who will study the locationof open-air' llffe thrown in. _At the lam.:
ofllee all the into
Alto rney at Law The term "of, ot amended so { read as foUowrrTbe 'time, .
1898. Miami wns Ineorpun ted this port and Its peopl who are '
'1'' oQcers mentioned In this section shall July ft ; relation to tnsul enjoying_stealth ,
i term of Section L. '' judicial power of the as a city, furnishing perhaps the < nly and South American commerce, to and moderate' success In ,their y set e
jean/eXcept that the
mil practice UCovru. rtbe'Stat aid Federal office be :lour of the county'assessor I. .of taxes,, State I ali'I'I J vested 'in a- Supreme instance on record it whicha: : full say nothing of the ,vast trade that. abodes had,better stay when tin an., "!
P rtlc.UMwtMtlU. ,/ 4 iticatlo" 4 CorJoratai fledged cltjr came'Into existence without must spring into existence Then shoal d be weighty '
He.Ct.iw and i Probu county tax cCcector'' and treasurer, Court, ciren9urts, courts' of.. record. upon the fluence reasons to In :t
I first having been i town. Tl Tee completion of the Panama anyone tgmake: a
pace t. rri..ell S.ttil4iha. xux TLA.Relleftole shall be for two'years, until the general county courts, county judges u4'2ua- canaLA move of wuA ;"
hundred registered votes'are reqn red glance at the'map will show the 'ImPGrtuce.f People'who ban .taMe 1
1906 at
November ,
election In tices of.the .
jt elected peace.Section to entitle any community to be called most casual observer the possibilitiesthe failure el when are not likely (0 W
Home Seelcers which election :they shall be S of "de V of the Constitution t. { i very sncces ifnl J
? city,,less than. that number eo sU-. future holds for the'Maglc Clt,. Intelligent aad j
of four each, and '
Attention. | for terms yean officers'namedIn of the State of Florida Is hereby toting a town. At a meeting held] for SCHOOLS 'AND CHURCHES.: Industry are I as essential to good goes*
'all county
Yon'will find;jit to your i ii i tercet thenceforth ection'ah&11; beelected for amended; so alto j read u follows: the ''purpose of ;;incorporation,] t ree Miami has one of the best publ tune hen as In any other pan of Ute .'a

to call on cob;before inve iting. this Section L' The Supreme Court shall and ,Owe-half months after the rat schools in the State, embracing both globe | 'J:1:

Furnished houses-- and rooms to terms .of four years. Their powers have appellate ,jurisdiction in' all cases train .'reached ;Miami,J3C4 'TOU. nera the common and high school conrtes. U It Is desired to engage is general .

rent) Real bargains in real state duties and compensations' shall be pre-i at. law and. In equity originating In air- cast The phenomenal growth of this The buildings are' large and well ventilated farming, inj the raising of'''"'-".
-'" tad couatrj.f Insurance, to.taxes I, "it-J j>)ed, by law. cult courts,. and I of appeals" from the early, period bas een. sustaned. and then Is a competent corps cr bate, peaches, apples, graps .r
,w'eollettions .
etc license;, attested auth ruing ARTICLE XXIL" I drcult' court cases arising before throughout the eight yean of the ot teacher A' Catholic convent la to : other products of the temperate alas; :

have a special'jail kinds legal transfers _That the .following amendments' ; county judges,t matters pertaining to city*! history.POPULATION. '. 'I b* ,erected this\;summer. which Rill one unit cist> his tot some hundreds of Smiles

me prepare; ot real ,lestate [Low -fees. the Constitution of the State of Florida their probate ; IadlcUoD,. and'in the ., ETC. provide Instruction' for both sexes. to thh north.'ud accept the tall l..

.4;, Prompt attention. be, and the same la hereby agreed management 01 .the estates of Infl ata,; Miami has at present a resident pop There are also private schools a musical -: that ,is part, of the'Jecaq of toads .. w t

p. (X CARROLL. to. and shall be submitted to.the electors I 1904, for ratification or reJection., i njatlon of betweea .,. and 5.000J:,', In 'conservatory', and art school so. when these things ,eso be grow, >

I Notary Public I of -the State at the general silo and In cues conviction of felony. In i the' wtnte months th s population is that every. educational: need may be Neither is his a atockeoutrr.. .,1'.

>4 AMBM D.b Ut 4 led.ir, Ion In 1904,.for ratification or rejection. the courts of record, and In all criminal i augmented by the addition ,of pundnds'of IUppUed. Then'' are about thirty. Then Is a "oo-fenes law which to a 0 i

i Section S, of Article XII of the Con cases originating In the elreu\t ronrta. I visitors, mostly of the tit- flourishing schools In the coun 7.. great boor to the settler of limited

ttitntloa Is hereby amended so u The court shah pave the power to Issue I lest classes, who come to enjoy the 1 Every religions denomination: Is means., and 'then to wry little'Br a't

i Crmdtult* OpttcUa. read aa follows:' r write of mandamus, certlorarC, prohibition Ideal..climate and the Ibelt fishing tn repreae:1tecl. and 'the ; following .--hare' rtock,In'jh e county. On the ether :;

w. G A YN1 and I Ialso the world. To accommodate these handsome church hud, If It Is-dedredto' IsTtW 's
'SecUOD.'W11L Each! county: nan be quo wan into, habeas corpus bulldlngr: Presby engage .'

ArwA etdlelM.t-0 required to-assess and collect annually 'all, write necessary or proper to '.visitors then an Anmerous', tell terian. Episcopalian Catholic It: E. culture of trees finite, pineapples.; vs.' :

Busts iesntd j htted: tor the support of public free schools the complete exercise of jits[ jurisdiction. and boarding houses, principal ai long Church. M. E. Church: South and rious trop cal or lem -tropleal-fnite, '; '

$** I h ncIock Ie. t17. *e therein a tax orSot less than three t..) .- ,E.ch *4 Hi*
s mills nor more than (I) 'mUla on the power to In K .. nt: ...' !'"....... corpus mense building, 640'feet long,' SW- feet. SOILS AND PRODUCTS. "t i of th year when an other part "

iollar. of'all taxable property ,In the to any t>*n'ct tLI'Suite.upon peti.loaby. ,'wide and five stories ijlgh' with a< commodations -' The principal Industry |is this section ct the con try an In the grip of wta- --\M2TOP

". GEO.: Lj: MCDONALD name. .'or on behalf of any person held In for 80V gusts, bald lobbies Is the growing of fruits and ter, this sictlon offers'decided; advaat- _;

1 hglneer, ARTICLE XXIIL actual"' custody> 'and\ m.y-make such ,, rotundas dining. rooms, oDces, ter vegetables.for the Northern wln'I''I' pgeslover| any other, portion of the a!
_"\ j C etc: It is set In twenty of kets Tomatoes form < United Stsjtes.Itenders '
SarftTtal' a'd 9.Udiridl.g Lae4. a .pecsalt I' That the following amendment tone ,write returnable.befrt himself or tt e I acres tropical the staple .;

ocO.NVtl{GBOYft. F I Constitution of the State of Florida Supreme Court or any justice thereof, gardens,..beautiful beyond d Hp-; but there are large quantities of other HERBINE ,
: I 'circuit judge and when Uon. There are several other tf'1a, vegetables grown, such as tomatoes, ;
be ud'the same Is hereby agreed, to :or Before any ; ,
i smaller-than the Ro; al Palm, be egg;: pluto! peppers, >beans, eta The t----
t electors cot returned to the Supreme Court, an
submitted to the
and shall be the .'
J. A. q Nf I In i thatJcourt jhail always lie sure, yet larger and th better i mice planting season extends ;from- about > bile more fluid 'and thus
of the State at the general election I appeal to [ helps they' blood
: .l. Article than Is, uauaflyfoiknd in towns of October, 1 to January 15, and the bulk to. flow; It affords
lilt.......... .:.OrlinIrr4bsear November A!D. 1904. for ratlfl.atlon jar Section .11 O of the billouspesa'Indi.
shipment 'sent
0 I of the States of Florida is twice the IIze. At ihlsfwritinbIs : another are North from
rejection. i five-etory hotel In i i ot November until geUo.bds '!Bal-tv .
%. 'I' proc May although; there
'-"- wi.rWs Section 18 of ArtIcle V, of the Constitution hereby:.amended so:is to read U follows gestion.
and nen0U8 headachesand
: ... being'practically lick'
n REoNEtA erection/ no difference In the
(...OM1II. ...$ I fU shall be and Is herebJ'edtd : j the
*> SecUon-iL The circuit courts-shall The population is eosmopoll every seasons, seeds may be planted or vegetables : ever : 1a food and
V J read as follows: drink!
w as to State in the Unlin turn! I Its gathered any day In the yajtr. Hrblneacte'quickly| a doa
; Section IS. The Legislature may organize .have original jurisdiction fall J after
iAi exclnslTf meal s will
.- Innde1 bring the patient into
An Vegetables
quota of presenta y.. are grown usually 'on the ''
I Also In all
'l In such counties: as it may cases in equity. cases a good cot dIUon'ln few
1 courts Arable.foreign element Is_unknown. prairie lands, whhlch are. free from a days.
Onus Oddal"I ftevwwb Ps NSt proper county courts which shall hareJurisdiction at law not CLIMATE. Umber and are composed'of a kind o' 0. 1> rdwelJ. jigenjt M.. K. A 'T.

; of all cases at larvr In which : and in all casW Involving the legality Writing from penonaf.- enee, marl. r R. R.. Chefeo'tah,.Ind. Ter.. writes, April. '
ARE YOu G the demand -or Tame of the property i of any tai, assessment or ton: or the 18th. 190* "! :
was sick for
after visiting Callfon la and 0 r He- Fruits .are grown on; pine lands, over twos
t. 1 J Involved shall not exceed five hundred I action of ejectment, and of all actions whldi're yean wltl .enlargement of the Brerand
Uons where cllmati i:; condltl I. are slightly 'higher than the
st ? dollars of proceedings relating' to the Involving .the titles or .boandaria,of spleei.'
North or ; considered at their best, we can es- prairies:and In the section very rocky The doctors did me aa
I forcible entry or unlawful detention'or real estate,, and of ell criminal cases Mlkml good, and I had
tatingly( say that hM the most This rock Is a peculiar formation up all hope of
i kH&N lands and- tenements:' and of misdemeanors not eotnlzablt by inferior\ courts: and being curt d. when iny i
perfect! winter climate. In the United containing a great deal of plant food druggist adrtatd
and j tIIW. pel1ale jurisdiction I original jurisdiction of aetlca of forcible States. Cold is almost j unDO even as evidenced by the fact that in many me 'o H rbln& It has mad ..

; LoaisYilllipallroaji I ;& Nas yule In/civil cases arising In courts'of 1 I entry, and nntewful detainer and the slightest frost .!belng ve rare. places orange ,and other fruit trees are sound and well 50 cents at Red '( e see

the Justices$ of:the peacesThe I of such othermMtera u the legislaturemay. The warmth'of.summer Is t peed to 'be seen bearing thriftily though Pharmscj!..
t t > trial of such appeals may be ide provide] They snail. have _final I iNot
.by the cooling brae es"from' a Atlantic standing on a solid plate
r- novo ft the appellant Jurisdiction In all civil cases : th< least [advantage which t
: serotar.Modern at the option appellate and .the hlgheet'temperature. of this rock. Being of'a porous, or Plo-
OftVrs eseoe1ledp.uatnge
: be the the"mrts o' record.ot judgments rldians wit reap from
coUDt2udJe shall the
traUs Burr iDg Pullmtn The judeetor tried In recorded by the government thermometer honeycombed structure the roots ;of South Florida

a. lleePeri fib cb free r. the county court, and shall,be an attorneyat .- or sei teaces of any Aunidiml! during the summer mbatlae I Is 98., the trees are enabled to, penetrate it Fair n ill be a'knowledge of the pos
9t law] court-and'o all casrs arising before 4 Ilblllties >f Florida,soil. The exhIbits
I HEALTH.- and draw
'. fears, aoa'dl: jr creitlw. ample sustenance from what
cbalri --
;: .cliainc ahall be elected by the qu U- JuaUeel of' e' peace in counties'Inwhich will op* i the of
' between northern. ..nd sentbefnvThe There The cltJ'ran1ta a pong the.point first in would appear to be a yen-unpromising | eyes Floridlans to
/ eert iftoatb. in lit tied electors of each county ai the time there \r ao county court or health.There This hitherto tnheard of methods and
finest f. ..1 when-.said judge, Is. elected. -a. prosecuting court ot rec "'.,, uid supervision!;! and : Is.ntlre freedom from Malaria, makes a beautiful and durable building ducts.-S Petersburg'' SUII. '

: AU AgentaSai :;Through Tickets Yia attorney for said county .who appellate jui sditi>irrof matters arts-, and there are no "prevailing diseases". material, and the new court* house Other artles 'are after the franchise {

'If 1 'shall. hold odes:: for four years.' His Ing.before ,& unay judges per sndi ; to Those ailments which are'common to and jail, as well. as several residences for a st: t-carj! line'_ln.s. !.' Augustine

jf Ljj&iii :' duties and compensation lhall be pre- their proba Jurisdiction, onto the 'es- all, parts of the',co' intry, seem to be In the city, bunt of this atone-,are and unle the former projectors mme z
, .I Bates !JB hednleaJ8lee; J ; line Car !nlbed by law. ',sUch ,courta maybe.abolished ) tates and li tercst ot ,minors, and :of here robbed In' part, of their power, as much admired by.an visitors It also to time "once, 'they will be M out t
t For '
It ReM flu;.App! at the. pleasure"' the LeglsIsture. such other attera as the legislature they 'usually appea 'in .a mfld! form makes ths finest road material In the In the ct 11The Record says the new .;

'I ill j i ., j may provide. Th* circuit courts and and' leave.the bad effects which world and Dade county' .leads iU others parties i jean buaineeeand want the ;

"1'I I J. MlJFIemln c Provided. tit all county judges h9ld- Judges shall t have power to issue write follow in ,the 'of like (diseases In'. the State in mileage and 'condition franchise I bad. I.,

tl 4 hww'iaue&. rmt t""",, tug said office at the ratification of pie of mandamui$, injunction;quo warranto elsewhere. W.kt' and diph- of her'hlghw ya. ; 1 k

ft ..eb ardI.riS amendment shall continue In the exei, :- certiorari p ohlblUon.. habeas corpus theria are no while) typhoid The fruits cultivated are chiefly THAT-OOUQE.. 1

f. die ot the duties thereof according to and all'wrils, prpi'r or necessary to fever Is unb3"of. It lei a desirable gnpe-fruit, oranges, and pineapple. .

: : .Vre ,Jki irley CureSUfl their respective commissions and until the. compleU exercise of their jurisdiction. place suffering from Guavas. mangoes avocado petra and When a cough a tickling.ors aa Ir. .j

zkts ddiNc rs>d b f .da'ht- their successors are duly qualified, land lung troubles "asthmv ,catarrh and limes are largely produ ed.,hut being ritation, In the:' throat makes you fast 1;
tD. .. provided further that when any county Section 24'of Article V of the Constitution similar diseases w flit are prevalent Indigenous to the country, they thrive oncomfo labia take Banard Hore-

:;tt p1 I ; court shall bereafter"be established of the Stated Florida is hereby In older climates. [ Many persons affected with little or no- cultivation. Citrus hound ; rup Don't wait until the dla-

f't1fl'. E.ret, si PIn, In any county In this State, the county 'amendedlso! u to red as follows: with these Ills have come here trees require from' three' to five jean ease ha4 gone beyond eontroL Mr.

ECZEM 3 .C NI, Judge of said county shall hold his f office Section Z4J Upon the application of a and have been cured or greatly oeneBtted. after planting> to produce fruit PIne- and Mrs l J. A. Anderson 354 West Mk

ABSOLUTELT'CuR D. and perform the duties 01.judge majority ofj'the registered YOten of Of course, this. Is not,the caseIn appl**, which. grow on-a plant somewhat streetSalt Lake city Utah writes:

HERMIT SALVE of the..county court cnttt hi* term of any county: Jin this State 'the legislature -i every.Instance.' People, ; ,'uthey resembling the cactus, and whichare. "We think BanardV Horehooad flyra

as *..to ctnra A adx. Once shall expire. 1":. shan .establish. In such count' a i do everywhere' ; else. propagated by setting slips 'or the best medicine for:coughs and .....

...bpd ........ ''l'aIIe."-- tpyly rt'y ARTICLE aOOT.; J court of record and 'these shall be ont I has yet been'' discovered dlfere sucker: bear,fruit In IS month after We havi used It Jar sereral'yean.tt
J'aaiIp R....rtl pelINo That the i following amendment to judge for each of the saga courts, who i ire ,Immune from (death', plsnting.. In this section they are always i Yea Immediate rule to TSTT
> -
the Constitution of the State'of Florida hafl be! a braContinued: attorney at law'I At the same timej It brown In'the open there being no necessity |pleasant andgrreaperfeetsmtisfaetlosL.*

be, and the|same is hereby screed to fully laid that the conditions tending for protection from cold! and 25ft 604 and ILOO at RedlCrosF Phan

aelRWfirRIlld sod shall be submitted to the electors I ( on page sere*.) !,to' general healthfutness .are as favor-(I I there U'thus a saving,of about ''00,J Imaq. -i iL '

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i T.li AILY11I Miami U to be congratulated for being indicated in the Maine election prevails 'could ha e cot \th m cheaper In, European BUY YOURS '

-., I chosen the headquarters of the MI November'Indian and Illinois will ; DO,OR' eves that Amen, I UNIVERSITY

'r TROPOLIS. producer.' 'and truckers'; organisationtormed Ilg 11 Democratic., -*, |"> can, man facture ell abroad at aloss. -

In Jacksonville; this, week. Of course the' Maine ''vote is not adecisive Th 'tarllr la not needed to protect School I.Books FRO ",

Again too, the city should feel proud one, but straws sh W'how-the our manuf'C: rers from foreign Of Florida
p.bUah.d. f.ev ay .ae.pt saaday. '
... that Miami men are the 'president and wind blows, and the majority of Indent -, competltl n" but 0 enable them to '

c secretary of the concern] In fact, the 1 ndent voters are now Inclined towardS exact big er price from Americans J ti11 s SD11.. -
IL ,. IEnIERI fl M.
,. majority of the officers and stockholders S\ dge Parker... Another encouraging than the are wiling to accept from. FirstC1assProvision

I r. V. Rletttmtsl wanQt..iir.tare in the company have 'their business I aid Important :factor;is the entry of&rmal1' foreIgn ." I '

''.< '- -' d to .tb..ltnod faro IS..mattrr.a to. Sta. Florid., almost, directly in Miami .Practically into. the campaigns. There Is ,'. BoOk Seller AND FOR

f' ; the is Miami political manager In the na- FLA LER'S REAT WORK.
speaking organlzati9n ,
: A.....Gym"a.'u.....
,, Sn.goa.outqro A wp.ptr publt.bed oto affair, and the city is proud} of the men I& -Senator Gorman, and he will BO D'. r Enpeclally Eqoippr.
stn lan of th Carted state, at the Henry t Flagl has launched the '
constituting, the association and the to give valuable and effective News Dealer ,
at dod barn anw.e'' .rmind..Oral \ MIAMI, F : HINDA4tQeracuttrMmai
venture they have engineered., I advice'and information. project 0 colonlzlti the State of Flor- I ; ; >pecialit6ur &
ear by Mail. 1500Fitz i ,,' excha 'ge. "
I. udge Parker's chances are exceed- ida St.1:11: : n J'
1otitbs.. ..... .......:...... s eo 1 1I The pia whIch h formulated for inducing '(ORALS >Hutton Sand: mor..lJAJJrtss .
AVhy don't we voters I get in and !Jin I ly good.RRATIC. j.'
Tire Months..... .,... ....,..., ; i I I tlement I the State'lncudeslowrate WANTED-Pear seed., n' I tb..b""rooflfOOddlbra..ip" "
se )
register? We alljwant.tpVote{ at the II I I Fl'ej; '
10 : th* PresUwt. like nry FlorU
: i
Wectibn. and ret there are a whole MEDDLESOME, SPECTACULAR nlDspor tion from Chicago I ,
Deft _.
5 over the astern I IInos and Its con'.1: I ----r -- ,- _
taken the j I -----
M!a1 Fri Ong Company.Uvsrtlaing lotl of us. who lave .not "l ------ J- -

made known on trduhle to put ourselves lln .conditionto 'Firstj let.me tell you why we op- netting 11 es. LeU rs have been writ-j

pates vote. \Ve must.each have our name p<<< se Roosevelt In-our, opinion, he .Is I ten by th manage ent.of the FlorIda': Hinson souse

., TE LPHO E614.. onl| the big book.; If any' man shall I er 'atlc, 'meddlesome, spect:1l'11lar-iust i Eno.it Coas to the m nagement of many i iI

4) 1:; METRO US BUILDING. neglect it he will be sorrjj j for it beforeelection th ; man likely"to do something to 1'0-1 I western 1 nb, out Ding the plan and Newly Furnished, tn new location.* Rates $1.50 der

33andI434 eifthstreeha 'day is over.' We 'must not j I ju e our country. The fact that at this j I asking th m to jot In putting on low SPECIAL BY WEEK}. 31'* St.. Miami., Florida day
", pposlt! art House.SEPTE .neglect It longer than fortjy"; days before,j ve -y day the Republican! party leaders colonlzaU 'ratt'll its winter to Flor- .-" -. .. -. _

elution:} and don't you think time is I ar s keepng Roosevelt quiet! howl bow Ida point Not..i hstandlng' fart i, -

BEz 23, 1904: coming+ along mghtYfast! The best da genus even they,regard him". that ttith rto Flo da bas been considered AreVou .GoT to Build?

is to. attend ,to it while you think How much more of a menace to the a sem1-tro teal country, given ng

iTRkGHT -- abut It It Is the bounden duty of pe ce of our country will, htj'be if the over,to pi asure se 'ers In, winter time

.: > EMC TIC;TICKET.i every man to devote: his best thought pe >ple elect him for he will surely and des rted In ummer time, Mr. lOt '
i and ard his"election an' Flagler d, Ip.res 1h t It Is one of the
t For as p how be shall vote then vote. re : as Indorsement
silent. The man who does not do' this does of his personality. It is, difficult to garden s is ,of 'th earth, and should IAl,, | OF AMY KIND you 'shouM riot fail to see

{ ALTON B. PARKER, no(| belong to the best type of.American : pr 'dll.'t' what may \ happen during his have a p putatlon s dense as any of t I i-I I
I Forolce dent, citizenship.-High Springs Hornet He has such an exalted the Easte n Slates. '

( EENRY. DAPIS. I "I k! opinion of himself that he Is ab- With a iew'of educating tbl pUblic J.I A. MCDONALD & co I

)for 'tutted S ter Senator Trouble" threatens,to break 1 out" againin sojutely above taking advice|from any regarding the resources of th\o State, l i I
ALES P. T 0.t. "
t .Breathitt county Kentucky, over m: n or number of men. Should he be t1le'East osst has (opened an bmce In Dealers la Lumber Laths. Shl IEles, MonldloK, CasUgs, Brick,

-:. '. + FRINK For Con .the arrest'of William Buttons, against eltrted the business world j for> four Chicago a d In other 'estern cities, ,l Llmc.CemeutPUsterHalrEtc. I Yard and offlcr.Ave) D and 14th St.America's I

i. whom.an Indictment has been found yei ,rs. would, be on the anxious Beat, where wl1 be dlsplayed samples of the 0r

$r Go ernor, for{'.killing the :marshal' of Jackson:: never' knowing, what next day mightbr products! ForltlP..I'! J '
+ that,county. Breathitt county. Kentucky gforth."-Herman RIdder.to Democratic
For of State editors: TI E TOURIST Most Perfect Wheel.
;' 18. CLOT WFORD. ; and Baker, county, Florida, aredisgraces I ARMY. V
s to the States Ii whh-h they
-\ Tor'Attorn General exist.' How long their lawlessness will LIGHT ON THE CANDIDATES. The van and of he vast army that I t .
i WL H. ELLra I' Rac
< ----- will invad this e
1 I Fo! Co er exist Is a matter of conjecture, but for 1'wo.' notable campaign articles ci during the next 1 e.
: the'good' of the'State and such are seven or ight mo the has alreadyreached
A.1. G Ct00M. country an qunced for. the November 'Mc- .
measures should be adopted : Fro now on every incoming -
1br $4t. Clure's, which is Differs from the
1. j published two weeks air will bring its bicyc e. Pushes one-fourth
and enforced that will break these quota.
;i" 1 t wif P. .- ; bore the election. The..lae', word First com the all-t c--year-round .
i"p long-existing deed of cowardice"and real- easier and is riled the
rlnteident of Public (1letrue I concerning the candidates Is to be dents who have bee prop same way. j

t a crime.::. Let"'recent occurrence* be* a written"by high authorities Parker'by in the 'orth enjoying a vacation The less the friction the; easier the
{ i lesson In each Instance and abow the ; t ey will be followed push
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WIL L B WAY.F ex-'resident Cleveland
d ; .Roosevelt, by by those ho '
; authorities that the time is ripe when own inter homes here, The has .less frict
Racycle its Crank '
F YwjCotmmlidon of Agriculture"Ib Senator Lodge of 'M achllsettL and "who w 11 soon glad to make the on on Bearings-
must take the situation In hand
CW'1 they What the two candidates and their .: than othei .
and control it or get out and giveothers' I change fro chilly all weather to the any bicycle. I 4Plum.biia

Ra on re a Crime must In parties represent will be set, ..'forth balmy b es of Pa m Beach. Last of :
JOHI ORGA1f.IY chancy cease cleirly by two well
men. to
qualified all come
a and early as it is,
these*,counties an* States.) : '
i 1 For state Ch.mistI M BaBBa w' speak and should give two vivid pic- many inqu lea are ing'recelved from

I A THE GROWTH OF TEMPERANCE. turi of these men of the hour. Among parties wh are pia ning to make the I have an up-to-date plumbing establishment t in .' -
: "- the other articles promised fort\ this
ii.1'l I 1 } East Coast paradise heir winter home.

it !COUNTY CKET The growth of- temperance' In this number' is 'a discussion of "The, OpenShop There will be room for all and a cordial connection with ,my I icycle Emporium, ,and am

!! I{ f For +state Senate .. country has"practical reasons"rather ," the crux of' the whole" labor' wet e.-Tro (cal Sun (Palm prepared to do the ,bes work.. Call and see me.
and I its Immediate political
M i question. ; Beech-
than mere moral sentiment for'itsbasis '
For Re ntatlr. it'Is smatter of business 'andgood'eens ben Ing.. --o- !- Same he e, nelgb r, and Miami le M. J. McDONALD'ILErs *

to I i GRAIAM, KIN L ": ?. The drunkard*finds It next prepared d ex ting to entertain -

For $ oun Judged to Impossible to 'obtain;: employmentor THE AUTUMNAL EQUINOX: a'greatee tuber o visitors the corning' *

lL B SER to" command confldencejor.I .even. re- "' season than' a r',before, though n*

'Prodecn g Attorney spect.-while' habitual ',drinker I.apt T xlay Is he correct' ,period, ,of the we may pushed p a little bit for ,

t;, DBEM".E. TAYLOR 6 to, find h's habit a handicap, anijoften" aut mnal.,equinox. The' word Is''de.. room.-' ''" The S ioe .that pleases every child'and ,
', 4 Pbt Tax Ueetorji an absolute bar to his progress.Science c''
jtt from twp c'teek .word 4 aequus, ;I'I"S them Comfort.W .
;,. MSS T., GA ER k business and common senSe I I LE MO iENTS, :

1''Fork all, argue against' the drIDk r. The: ;IrIYf.! 1. r.,, t '' on the equinoctial --the sun have over iwcuijr-u re different styles in thilfamriu8't

I "There Boston" Is'at.present Globe' nays on a. great the wave'subject"of- ; rising,higher in the,heavens every day Children ho say mart things soon 'e, CHILDREN'S SH [)E, and can easily any }

tllj the point (equinoctial) Is, reached, grow up a are I in the shuffle.A Child with CtMF RT. |t
k q. B to N.as sentiment against the abuse of alcoholIn J ,
argil bachel r often 1 yea to the
days"and of
the nights equal marry
t' of ScbO IJ the United Ststes'an.d Great "Britain, whet ., 'the It is the Only hoe Especially '
daughter o w man who turned
length ,All over the making
'i LE.H i for which phflantbroptsts! and sclentlflc : : '
ii what Is called the vernal or spring him down.Lightnin. ... Designed to pj'Tbeir Feet {
Clef t Court men are largely, yeepotjstble! .' The
i about March 1st the recentl struck an Ohio I
ti IL C. DEA BORN.a. members 'of the medical fraternity, forinstance equiiox ., When
sam point,is reached In descending man and r red ,him of rh'umatlsm- Stanford & Co. !Opposite Express- Office j
.. For Sh rib Ht ; are working harder,than ever ,
the'evfl the sun mekes, what Is called the so his says.'i5"hen I !it
30m4 FR OCK' to of Intempe ranee. They
, : autumnal 1 equinox about September 'it comes t 'calling people
"" Comp Co missioners ..il not only talk plainly,, to th Ir patients.
f %:d. from their eds the f 'e bell double dts-
.I l M, R. JO NS, ,'1 on. the subject, but they i.vail, themselves -' 'a t
counts the hureh
'A the vernal equinox sun Is 1.
E I U ICK; t'T. of every opportunltj .to"lecture; +
from'south to north and in then That ma whom ries a woman-for \:
A. WI a and print their, v'ews npoi 'It for the pass ng "
hemisphere the '..days1are her meoey isually 1 as to work overtime =
JOHN SE L,; Benefit of coming generatIons. The ern I'! Burned
leng henlng. At th*autumnal, equinoxthe for w at little a gets. Out
ELLs I1te ture.they are adding i'o the,alco- ; Is passing from north to south Matches hat are made in heaven + + :rC
i un
For School )3oard iolicj,question! ,,is,exceeding]y valuable, j have nothlu to'do tth-the misflt atlia1
and the days"are being shortened.
ELi S S, f ..n( spite of the vast atnoun : of Intemrerance ; ,
I earth es bet een pov rty-stricken foreigners we
.Ai the moves more rapidly
:, E. w. ;T. PA RLSH.I that still preva'ls In Great '
whe near the sun, or'ln winter, thesun' and silly A lean betressesa. tiDWARfci
J Jslnce ,
DINE. Britain
I w. B recent Statistics show that 1 fURNiTURE
apparent motion'Is"not! uniform,
1539! there has been a marked
The Span I h steam r'Ivlna.. Captain
and It happens that he takes eight :
Eve Jucle H my avis seems to be falling off In the per caps! t consump- .1 !
Bustlnza. ich In
days to fromthe vernal to a sIT 'ed port SUn-
mo pass ,
unusi y qu et1 ion! ;of spirits by'Brlt'sheri.ln sharp\ .
the utumnalequlnoa than -from the day from Iverpool va: Tampa and "
I coc. rafet to the steady Inc ease up to tsk pensaoolawithIn i
other will out
fj latte to the former.' The equinoctial ports of
eWy stir bar become an This decline shows that effective BUSIJIE'SS i _:
s big Chat1year. !
j: Roost ,
poin s are called equinoxes/but: cou'imon a sh rt---tlme heftrst, cargo of .,
sofaro the trusts are :work.,Ii being ac- -
ollreltnanch temperance 'by equinoxes Is me'ant the time this Yf'nr's tton cr p. The vessel Is (j '
y Avenue ) Garthsiric
:i conce edi complishedV., A similar fond'tion; pre- if Transit at 1217 BI'k
consigned t the Gt Com-
", sun enter those points: ,
irhg ji
i the'Uelted tei' ,' .
xailaFin[ St In >1I the m'ny. I .
: ( ,and is now Yln alongside of the
If nti atlon I stn re flattery, vbata Southern '"Statesadvantage has been] EDITORIAL COMMENTS. Tarragon a treet W art, where' work As Tempprar.W Quarters '

; r ount fin ry the Metrolb taken of the local ..option aws to do *, i [ ,
has mien
: already 1000ipg the ;
>' d5In
,( IsA ring these d s! away l! with the :public ask n. and'in T J.'
: s Montgomery-AdvertiserDem.), cargo "whit will g direct, to'liver- + WATSON *>
? mos 10f them there are more prohibition '
says The' or the will
spent -In his letter of acceptance'the r.ool. 'argo \1v1n4 .
Wh Roosevelt' a empta blgvoiefdngm. to }otietestbah; ,, (there.a: -e licensed | Prep lent stated in'positive: terms tha\ consist of bout 6. bales \This! ,
r" softlii on of a ones!j i while I several have iquor, dis- : amount +
t l 1. the i urchasing poe'r of ."'1t-3P has Inrrea. of t e' fleecy staple Is altead'ystored .
en hA' pansKrles. In the Northern and Western I l .- I. _____ ,' __
"' faster, than the cost of living in .tb ,,'areh'se!!", and In fact

: states license largely P vatls but; haS,; Either he knows nQ'IK tter In much more.: From t present outlook \' '
", # a desw48 to litre a second- In all| the forty-five,States. biiBiness'' New ,
whit rase:The Is too Ignorant for the the;prorpec are ye r'l.bt for an
band;c wu mar find !t to his advap= and social circles,-the ronfirned drink- .
wllfu misstate excellent bu inesshe 'thls season
t post on he holds or he ly I. In
tags t call on -Rosa Platt,eel fnK habit )s becoming 110' unpopulr.that. '
I the case for partisan' purposes, the exportat n of cot on, and It Is con- .
Oew N: ; .: the'temperance> 'cause lit'making f
\ not true fidently belt! red th t
J :fv assertion. is the F.eason's Nobby
intl Ing progress.''' '
S21 rel.'ord'Ilt ;
r IUrl"L that nr the prevfcus -
: th ethew Me s claims any+ More and more are the pe pie learning ,
thing tuereise inculat Birmingham News (Den ) says; rear; PensIt JOllrnar.
of how to live'"rationally.nes Drunken-
unequivocal ,
Jlld .e pE-rker's leclara- Suits
iff, o the pie k ow the claim Is is Indefensible.! ., The bi slnesg and '
t" :tiyn:, 'n av r"i: one term i ha i railed The tin; In of he bulkhead Oil
!4 true, I at oth ra c 'm there may be soc'al world Is set ago'flat 1 and to It "
I .term! is attept'on to, the aylsa: II ty f lthe' Clear Lake. ulit to rntect the waterrrnrks -
,, a doubDout I ITbq everyjdecent; place Is; inhosp itab'.e. The '
--tie-term refttrlctteK: It In! not a Intak bas be n'eom:lleted and For Fall and Winter
temperance teblt I*; merelj commonsense "
i, etropoljs Is dding'new subiscrib1dally ; itei}'. jueat'on', n American 1'0lftlcs. as,, the sand: Jr m the dredlf' has been
!,' "''tnd it already caches .' practically f Char es Sui3tir by resolution! j.ropose.1st'tutional i-M'd: : wit a thlr "Jayer of muck, : -

the o of tie fl 2( of. the people I II a.co. i amendmect to tbafef- }V.ithln the, next fe days ,the work
I YORK SAPGood : almrd of planting! TIlES wl1 be This Cut, represents /, ,
\, who f andhenee a an edvertlsingmedtn foctClsv: It wc-s at Gra t. Mr. !;" commenced

;' t is alitthat needed. I ---:;- :, 1: land also: at one tme favored the and wh'le t Is Is I progress' walks the ,.Latest Design., r

4 Information'brouttht, from Sew I one rrni ld.a; but not so..positivelyudg 'r ill,be.1a'd lit and ther plans mad l ': I \
tie to4heold weather.fn {:Jprk jls that tharStafe: is as'I 'Parker and was p -val.1!! fn-a fifty! s. very sttraetive' : I tt .
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Sew }k and enn. Iv'anla will have ably and beyond' doubt' site nqllest1on.1 \upon to accept-aoothr. Tlje\ 'ItJ1t ThO"8ho eve seen the great change l Prices: t'

.; its 1 Just Ovate the people caald'bet Democrats, end that all the Democrats t,1 dge Parker"on this qum' n'ma', made have.: P.en asto Ish d 'at the, exfent.of'ihe a l

.' iter a ie sou hward, and them now have to dog is to comii' ate a man pr n' :--r sot,be! a vote-setter,, brft, it, bi" peration and ,it i $10,00, $12.00, $!I5.CO':, er l

get a'w'M' r on f r the Land of Flowers f!>the governorship1; ". wh m there Js I all ist net the people to than: IngTh .-",:, to see that the wet rworks company I Ii : : r

.",' and' 1 1i no ,decided objection. It fi said that J, , i!Intends to,b auttfy.tb s portrQn of the Serges,\ '
situation has- shape h'ladelplila Record (Dem.) as a rmaoent .
; the a .c'ty>, P mpro\'ement.
;.' v Capsr i r nder Pray a no'tnces that be that any man wl11.wln. This is highly I I ;aT', s' "One' Cargo; '''h'pped't1 South The .II-te! al for a olid,, boar ff'net'h89 I Worsted .

will a! out next'au mer In s new' enroiir&zing news, and the oral forceof i 1 I Vfrli a from ,New York in,'Ailril last -been or'e'ell an when' erected It Homespun. '- 1 I IKs -

steam easel to sea h of the North its will be very effectlvi,i In New,. "ot! he South African buyers 212,564.I 1lIbe pa nted wit the East roast I i ,

Poie.e f bar jearcd for it before.If Jersey Connecticut Ifldiani and Wisconsin The, same, cargo at domestit prices 1 1i standard jet o.;,. Ea nt'er naur 11'11'J -

b Iboeid find it hat will be dowitl j, f,'ou1f1.haye" "calt bnyers: )In New"YorkJ24 call for'bid for th bulldlni'' ,the 43*

If t Tb. dtman for North Poles It Is also shown that If j the same, >45. 'The South Africans would fence just i soon, the arrives.Trop -' R. W. RHODES ftnKAM.

... does seem to b ve, ah ,proportion 'of Democratic gain I'I as was not bought the goods herrj If they i j cal Sun.I / ., .

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i' of everything 'S'I .You Ml1ey" ,

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Hardware 1AJ; you to come and see, yurself. r '! '

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11 .I I 1f W. F. MILLER a CO,


'. .. (Successor to EJwia Nil.ou.) '

Undertake I ;i and Embalmer i THE UNDERTAKERS. SPBCI I/TY .

i 1300 Avenue D t tJe
ll' i 'f 413--11th Street Phone 25, ,
Lj It
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Mr.A. GotUried returned this morning :. awivoviva '1U""m ivi ,
DAILY.MI MI METROPOL S.ry from a trip to the St. Louis Expo- I nax, rrtfr<
town today on business. Next Monday .. >,
+ morning Mr.Ingalls will begin the "' :
Arriv* from the Ntoo 225 TeerlkStnet. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH, Director. < aoooooocooooooooftcle.
the _
of Churchat
work erecting Methodist ;
| m. that place. The church will be mod- "
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:Mp.m. .- '
Close tor the &I I era ,and of very attractive design. I The,'Republica club rill Jr-f'C.'r tonight Misses Daisy and Carpenter Hudson Bicy !
:I ,- I tor',the pu pose' oaf; pertuctingr'iIi will'leave tonight't''Jacksonvillefroth .

1 WANTED.-An eight-year-old, ,horses I rcr en'.f't:. 111 cMer-McJ.o'lr', : I which place sail Sundaymowing ,
j I used to farm work. Apply. to R. L. line and CheuecandIlatn 'I.r .;Jv, for via New !I ";
.r 'for.and ca t estna"1 rest.,-ct;velpbo York 'on'the steamer A gonquin. At Built '
Milk I Is to'Ritie.Thew J
lm '. I sPeak here II 4 W' (nCf"ln, ni nt Philadelphia Miss Daisy, vlll enter the
choice -profession\ als ecause it Lis
) ) Ludlam Scbool of Drama. :lc Art, while
meet tonight .: I the Best made
The Knights of Pythias will SLotse wheel
M.< .wlU taaea alum In the! j
the ] _
The oclal'to given tonight at V. .
in regular session and,all mem- Pennsylvania. School of Fine Arts: 10 r' 1905 model..$45.Don't .. I. :
eSlde a d Mra."J. 11. Jackson .
lce.ofDr. : S S ,
James V In-rs are'requested to be prenent. The These young ladies are talented and
corner ot B and Twelfth : !
t the venue
isltors in i the Clkj!today.Mr. uniform rank is 'especlally''requested I. < ; pect to remain. any year; at the '
to attend as there is business and work tract by the mem ra ofMrs., Jackson'sunday end' of which time have
they vjiil completed -
school cl promises to be a Throw Your Old Tire
Alfred J. RBI t : r friends here and at Co nut Grove
Grove, 1s in he'cuV1 today. roceeds .are to the bene1.t of the' :o
-1 i. : Fire Chief James ', handlier fund of he'.lethodfst Church :wish' them sucess and', a pleasant anr. We can vulcar.ize them and,mal e them :'f
Mr. Pearl..Dayi iac i family of 'eat Morford has been at work all the week tb.., profitable,course of stud t.scnool' good t a* new.e* are the only people 1.!
Palm Beach haver m >ved to Mianl io testing and repairing the fire hydrants. r' I in Miami who| vulcanise: Tires.' ,: .

make their'future home., Nearly all_the hydrants were found. In BOOK .5 5 5 H5
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The dredge.of. he F.toE" ,C. 'Ry. Co. ; '
a leakyconditon: and In'need of re- ,
I the ship channel.ln the bay AND j
Mrs. K. T.Kingj of Fort Lauden ale. packing, oiling,.etc. He will finish his uttlng tout about th ee hundred yards ot SCtlOOL'SUPP 1.IES., I 1 The Hudson, Cyile Co. F
Aragon1 In J ickir work today. .
was registered at jttaonrille 11 since she m ed oPerations three .

Wednesday i iMessrs. The, schooner.Zema of Cutler.' .was;I eeks: ago. Th l dredge Isworking,; I' I.1: 1005 Avenue.D, Opp. Ullendorff B14k M1a.ml. Fa..oooooooooooooo .
orth ,towards th l term nal dock'and ug'h .
towed up the-'river this morning by our l ,
Dale'Keller D! went ap toff Palm Beach y ter- the launch El Moro. The Zema had nt will return to the place, of be ".. -- ', ., .. --.- -
anld on board about sixty watermelons, ser- ; I tor&tfor r f Qgoofe .
*3ay on & business pleasure trl p. nnlni and wor "across the bay toe
era] barrels of limel'and.other fruit.
.otherside.Mr .. .',
The watermelons were of a good size '. .' :
The schooner lance sailed this and,healthy appearance. 1 "/ r Tablets: 0 Eat Our 3ead0 ;;
morning for Key est with is coos dIs J-H.'hatu entertained' a nut-1 Composition Books, I
rabl* cargo. A large force of men are at work r of hie' frien lastt night, with alE 'j Pencil Boxes, I' .' AND I'VE WILL '

today, clearing.otf'the, debris on the nch ride on th bay.and river III the i j Pens and PencilSlates I t I .1
Mr. J. C. 'Crdsfclfnd entertaine a Watson lot corner' ,of Thirteenth street I : A, most leasant efenlhg was I f

number of bis Eli with a u oon and Avenue D, preparatory to the start-I Those In he party were Mra. Rulers Add Years to r l ;a aI
ride the Biy last lighteveil Avery block and Mr..Tracy, Mi.I I your
light .on ; ing of the new' brick I' 'to be, ''builtby' Leola TatuD1'Mr. ,f.InkS, Etc. 1 : '., -
\; pleasant ]r was spent }lr. Watson In ,the place of the,one. I and }Ira. Johnson'.Mrs. Chan. H BlrkI ; I P

sit C. Jackson t ali h me burned. iner I Misses'an.1'Lassiter.daugh, er.r;.'V.Gertrude'.. Rogers, ,.The)Ir.tnkUI1 Se.cond' Hand Bo ks Taken TIllS Bakery is the only one r in M I. 'lmi i that; ,_makes. ,

from a trip to Sc \4is whert he i ent Mrs. Calvin. Thlgpen and family have and ''J. Tatum. S f 1:I. in 'ExchanqeThe :: and cakes by Machine y, and there6 y .
from the military riianeuTenretnnied at & anaa.as removed, to Miami; ; where Mr Thlspen: :

Va.Mrs. who is engaged at'his.trade as carpon- Id! Mrs. ,T..Skaggs arrived under.much'. m.i: | healthy condi ;ions. Try our
Jer had preceded them'leveral weeks RACKET ORE. ,
art several week ab-
r !
R. D. SnlZD T rind cbadren. 1 ed1m agar many'trlen'ds ,
They have in this '
I Hot SPrl ga, St Louis, Louis- Avenue D. nt ar W. H. CIXAILLE SOX, Made B
and Marjorie, have r turned' home f >m city who regret their"departure.' -Tropical ,l11e ,Virginia New'" York., They Ezpre.. ()el.e. j I'ruprietorn. .Homel; ead ;! :
summer's outing spent at P Sun. -- ,
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xC'eedlnglyw41; and 1"
re both looting !!
Beach. St Augustan and Chicago will think it delicu I "
eport that they have 'enjoyed .their you as us as c ke. f :
'consignment of 'Stelnway,and ,.
At Cocoanut CrOvi Mr.cock' Jackson I e} Emerson Pianos just received by Busht "It( very' murh, ut ab6 that they are \ BUSINESS LO ALS. ; '

U bus i/utttn ml fifty erar in Sofford Piano Co.'. New cases infancy lad to be back" n''llamt ihe'docr's' .>KNWN iN l1tCHeadquarters r SEYBOLDLifa'
and tomato* tor an early all and see patients as .well 'as the 'many JOHN
peppers woods Call them. 3t t' fancy ., nesfruit., .
forf of at 1. 'arm friends of th are delighted to ?'.. I
crop. He has a forty me: "
cork in the field.Mr. There was but one paper. : Died' ',for gave I them home gain.Mr 1, !|p.J I. ., Miami. :1 : : : : FIorl:i.
: sewing m chln'out of order? ,
record in the office of clerk of the circuit -
Mrs A. C Marti, aother'of Mrs C. .u Let W. L.. Daughtry r pafr it He .
court this morning, 'It wuj a let- I : and MrL 0 ar Maynard arn I '
I). Let See. is ttIl: t lai in a ry 1 ibis ind, knows how. 1005 Avenn D. I ..
ter Tiitent United.! ;'States to, Reuben.Huddleston morning. tr m Ptkhmond '. I ,
critical condition at ,home in J cknvdile. granting deed to fifty-four ghere\" they) have been,.residing! and MIAMI CONSERVATO V OF MUSIC -

Mrs. Leffi rjand children [are acres of land !In section. ittow... : ..sJllt will mak4 this cl their' future home, FtfANKLINDIRECTOR "COL tAN BUSHSTREET
with her (4 uth.--range 43 east.. "" yt-Mvyna-tllu) '" :,dtlnlhhr:" )rithh 225 TWELT'H l-

3.. S. Frederl 1 ; .thief I engineer. s tat etW C. laynarJ! In"th Jewry 'I. i y2fljsyfrrnd9' -
of the F. E: C. K rainage wor at Mrs. .S. R..V. Carpenter: and laugh ., business' -on 'cone" D., where they. MONEY TO LOAN-A >piy to DadBrown. I"
Stuart and rlcinl y came down set ten. )lltuea.Gnee. Louise, Daisy'andHattle 'u jlII carry a camp ete" stock. of the. .la'+. County SecurityCo.; M aIL I
:, night Mr. Frederc reports the w rk who'have been spending the ..It jewelry. watch s and ,other: articles, 'B. Shaw. n:2 Twelfth sheet. I 4F I II
last two .weeks at their ,home at Co t and 1n i: first 18sa'jewelry store: ..' I c' ..
: progressing rapldl d'euc9esetul, y, > A complete and carefujlyj selected > tucks: Wesnallqiianties buy our:Jrngs;:: in! \
eoanut Grove.,came In yesterday for a 1 e Metropolis a comes. then.. Needles for all kinds 01 sewing'machines '| : and often1, so we can aJ] 'aj..h. re them fresh and I! ,
'rain'and + enlng an!few Viers.and ire.at their Thirteenth ;I at W.L,_Daught 's.. 1005 Ave I III'e. Our c.ustomeng-ett e bench of this and a e aWajft satisfied'j I' I
The thfe cpndltl '
street borne.- ,. !On'the evening t October 5" Mr.J.Ct nue D. .

all this outside morning bnlldji cauan asaspena'on and j arpe' :of er At the residence of the brides'sister, }, Crossland Miss.,ot Flo Is nce city! ;Crossland will be.marrled'to 'ofSgnnettsvUle i)' 'WANTED.-Purchasers' 'tar.' re 1. 1 lQt sf I : SAI:!! ,9i.!' ,area i'i'I

work, among thosejl ins off being he Ira. R. H. Whltnall, on Fifth! street ..S. C ,lIr. .Crossland; accompanied -denceo, built to order' on easy iLrtaH-! I : : : Sto3m flainficB. : : :: !
force at work on the alcjon Hall o- 'Miss AbDie'Douglass. will be united In by his t man.Mr. J. H. meal payments. J. H. It.; Co.' : L Lat :

rteL aarr'.age! to Mr. Alonzo P. Gore, next Cheatham.will lea e here on the morn- Rear,Estate Broken. I the soda/fountain.afternoons' pecial creams and herbets Saturday : r

W KelUn who | erect ngng Wednesday night In the'presence .of 'a ( the :9th in for Beanettsville. COUNTRY RENT. and evening We want you tronage and will :
W. Tim
:the Mr.Episcopal; Chu at Little lei Rlferc few ',friends; vpnd Immediate relatives! '.wher'e': the'ceremo' y will. ,occur at the FlY-room. house 'with cistern' always/endeavor., .: to.a that!you ,get the best: i in oar line." 1.I II .

feporta that the is .pragms of the contracting parties. Miss'Doug- residence of the 'tride's parents. Mr. and necessary out- tea or .1 -r
rapidly and that tU structure wb ch las Is a )'ounK 'lady well. and favorably 'Croesland is'a'mtnber of' the Miami more acres of good truc land at'. ersoiul Attention I Ajax D: ..; No! s North cf Post Otte I' ,

attractive and wi l uraaged tIU be known,and the groom Is 'the'efficient F .h.Co.. and the young. lady Is;one Orange Glade:five miles. tram Miami g;rea to, ep pre cripilooi I f W. E; VOUN, S. :; PROP. :rf
completed Jin a ahi time aid -rc dy and popular criminal deputy: sheriff,of S of.. SouthCafoUnaJs fairest and. most On rood rock road. Call on or address : .'J !

tor.serrlce.. > '' this county, l I popular'daughters. '. (Walter,... WtldlB.,. .., ...MiamL ___.a___. 11 I"r:
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If I, Martha- Jaudon who has, one af the ernor.of. the State I of' Florida, on the ;

THE COLORED PE PLE Cut'' to Suit most ,eautlful homes In the little Magic 6th day of October. A. D. 1904 for Letters -

HERE AND E SEWHERE. HeWas } .Cit: of the colored people. Patent(fn the proposed charter ISOlltp.ettf..RailwayWorld's -

Suited Him hereto annexed..
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'HL- Mr. Dan Knight Is one of the,; foregoing : This nth day of August A. D. 1904.
and,as a, result we ..
Mrs, Smeline ones s still on the ire men of this place. He has a fine JAMES T. SANDERS .

sick Lisdrs j now working? j home which adds greatly to his i credit. ., W.. 8. ORAMLINO, 'Fiir Routes :
'- FOUR MEN TAILORS as a i ace leader. J H.TATUM.]
somewhatbd.ia ----- r
.has been
Loving '
[ in order, to keep ahead four .Th< Missionary,Baptists are erectinga The undersigned persons James T. P, I j

ed.I LLThq orders.. All this has church here and anticipate a grandsu Sanders, W. It: Gramling and J. H. Best Line td St. Louis

11 of the city school U stinheiieejl about .is. Dies Srole has given them a Tatum, herebjy associate themselves together .
tncress In DUJnbet. 4w been brought by. lot o i which to erect their building. for the purpose of becoming Incorporated "I. '

,I -f. the satisfaction .which follows ]- nider the laws of the Stateof Superb dining car'' service :

e f 11 lee of parents .,] our work. Mr Thos. Scott has just had his Florida. :;j i i:' '

Ither, bbys off the streets \ bousbeau painted which add greatly- its The following is the proposed charter
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slab I ; y. It was, contracted -by Mr. for the Intended corporation: ; t I

i iMr ,, ,R 'I Mart Prier which puts him among.the ARTICLE L. Stop. overs, going and retarding

S1 Manning of Baldwin Town. fore oat painters. The name >f the corporation shall be !

went, up to ro Laude dale yesterday We; make Pants tp ,your The .Florida Medical Company, with at Atlanta, Knoirille, ..onisiiile, Ashwille,

oar"bdalnesll: ml$4..50j Mipros Henry Rhodes Is among the Its principal office located at Miami
j measure ] rous 'pioneers 'of Pleasant' City, Dade Count,], Florida. and principal NorH Carolina Honntain Resorts.,

Miss lil1lUs Roan Is very IIi and" Is genius has added much, to Its ARTICLE IL
Ia She has UP _also The general nature of the businessto +<<
with: f... tt wrung. growth. fie has a fine three-room ,1 .Y,
been 11 :for several da1I1j1i1x. cotUge here. be transacted. shall be the manufacturing '
,I ,. ,' of and placing upon the market See High Bridge (highest railro d bridge in' the world) Famousuisville. .
Din le. ou worthy market' it On friend, Win. Oden. a prosperous Extracts aid Medicines composed )less Grass Region Lexington and I .

&:'anoth r room to' his.. you g man of'this place, is- doing a wholly or In part of native herbs, fruits Free reclining chair: cars and nigh class day coaches.ThrongS i ..

.rtoreho se. It will be! as low as I nice grocery and notions' business out and berries and in such quantity and Pull a9 Sleeping cars Jacksonville St. Louis.-..; M. i j, ?a,

two tInea. I I on Kresh,.Water: lake.: In the 'city of quality as shall be decided by the 1'00ders.-rates. etZ cheerfully f rnu.bed upon applicationT". L.-J

Wes Palm Beach. r Board of of Directors. .
11 Jones!and derson. the up- $22'.oQWe ARTICLE HI.Theamou J. C. Lijsk, Di trict Passenger Agent. H

'to-4, bakers! are D 11' havingoutoftown \ H bbard-C. V.-iHibbard.1 9rmerly it of capital stock shall be 108 V. Bay St., Jacksonville;Fla}

: orders They are doing flrst- seer >tary, of the 'College Young Men's 42.500.00.to!> ,be.divided. into 250 sharesof '
class baking. > the lue of $10.00 each which -. "
; ] i1 1 1I \ Chrfetlan Association Chicago, has par '
] / gon, to Manchuriawhere he will take shall be::1 pa 'able at the option of JheBoard '"' --.+ i' -

Mla I J 1Berthal/ R. El the cultured Guarantee'.our paid]or give charge of the Young Men.1 Christian of Directors' In services, cash or '

danghier'$ of :H of(1)eerfleldJ.,. vik belast own about the YaluatJbn." be fixed the Boardof ;
J.WQRIJ. army: 'He will make his headquartersat Just to by J ,
bt the 11'1:: EY 1 ntung.I / 'I Directors<: !!of this Company: at a meet-

'Next to First National'Bank Ing this purpose. 400'ColumbiatanOeturtf t
MJssJMattledaushUrof f I Wen the cultured IV.
Sit 1L jells, of this city, ci calledJr shall continue and .
Ina Circuit Court 'jf the, Seventh !
Is eipelted to arriveabotit trom'Gainesville .
r J dlcial Circuit of Florida, t I Within operate its corporate :

w Saturday night "' Magic CityDrug > a 44 for Dade Counf/. ; franchises, powers and Immunities fore I '

,ChMu.ery.' j'jj' term of wenty-five .(25) years afterthe'comme
M Boston, the thought-- ,
ll Store.J.M..BUTLER Bink of Bay Biscicna. a Corporation.Co : cement of.Its corporate ex- -vt.: ..
hI, 11 te of Mrs.Ella ,G. '' ; .
for the State Normal plainant. va Stuart H. bale De-: istence. \

at'X ihasieejln'a: f w days. Mf; >D. fen ant Order of Publication." The best, ess ARTICLE of this'Company V. shall
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; ; nan who, accidentally Proprietor!;- : Von application of the complainant, be,conducted' by a President, a Vice- Seaboard. Air{Line Railway
president Treasurer and
cot1.AJleg hurt on the train and by ?ts solicitors, Patterson t. R-wln,, Secretary.
"which.'jfinatty: ; Paused amputatlon.died Drugs. Patent A\e1iciD\ Toilet t It appearing i from the affidavit of w; General. nag r., and by such other" ,
,- nts or employees, as may
W. Erwin one of the said solicitors, ag
on,jjAssUrday morntig in one of Mr. Articles emery from time'to time be appointed by the
Stationery for said complainant 'that the refend- Wed.
J:.H.sheet Rilacksons' hoises. on, Second and ) ant Stuart IT.,Hale has been absent Board of t rectors. The office of Secretary sag:31. Lt-;

OnlY' DrugStore In Colored TownCOLAn and Treasurer, at the discretion ,
:1 1Jl.i 1-, !role the county for mote than )xty ,
] days' nest preceding the application of the Boai d'of DIrectors. may be filled, '
I. ; C. J. Andersoi i. Miss Curry andi1Ir.1 1 -s assss is- s a aBssfgs gssjiissssiBs y.s ssassisssssis--" aMi JSss- for!this order of publication and-that by one anc the' '''same person. The 'Special Train to, leave Jacksoniille at U .30"a. ,m:
: Gibson, all from Cocoanut Grove, ,
in several
after having taken] the residence of said Stuart H. Hale is names of i he Officers and Directors

-wean fa town yesterday* doing shopping. places in, North' ,Carolina the past summer. :: unknown I and that there, Is no personIn 'shall cons st of three members :.and "

.Colored Town'Bargain House is..$12 :. I I {he State the service of a subpoena !stockholders,'who are to conduct the Savannh tickets good returning b. regular train.
'or 1b| better the purchasers -' in chancery upon whom would bind the business the corporation until those Columbia tickets.good<< returning, bj|regular trains on or before'Sept. 3d

abT1 p. }.irLi, K. Bryan Is'doing an excellent said defendant. Stuart H. Halo, and elected 01 the'Ii...' election shall be 'I ,

: H I Olri' business with her UN ingbouseabe that. 'the said Stuart H. Hale Is a person qualified, art: TICKETS SOLD FROH JACKSONVILLE ONLY
There will : meeting to- ;!knows how to treat her customersto
of over twenty-one yean :of age.II James Tf Sanders President

night1 south Jon' of' '. Fifth1 street.Jnsj .. .obtain success.Mrs. .: ; is therefore) ordered that the said ,W:s. Gramling,.Vice-President. O.:A v McDonald.1; i ;
City Drugstore.S
-' Stout H.. Hale be aid is hereby required J. H. Tatum.; Secretary and TreasurerAnd Assistant Gen' Pass. Agent & C.
Do forget It. Every citizen should Brannen In town Sunday : Bojlstoo Jr.
J. C. was to'the Jam T. Sanders W. 8. Gramling '
to'appear Bill of.Complaint Jacksonville; Pass Agt.
be oit for an' hour at least* Good looking well and reports I that 'her.. filed in the said cause, on',or and J. H. Tatum'shall constitute the 1'1 J' ""\'
c speaking by good I] axers. spouse and children are enjoying 'until said election. i
I j. "before. Monday, the 3rd day of October, Board of 1 Hrectors
..i.ll I : repent health., I i A. p.'1904/otherwise the. allegations of The Offlcei and Board of Directors of : I .
Della Cooke, ie"devoted of : I
wife atloh shall be elected at the ,
said bill win be taken as confessed by said corpo i '
KrL-f.-ei Cooke, ho Is visiting Rev; N. B. Boyd pastor! of J.. M. E. ': ..' I ]
j now stockholders '
: .defendant. t tt first annual meeting of the ] '
ID .;Da"tOnL wrl that she went 'up Church at_Fort Pierce,,is m our city Is further ordered that this, order and a1' each annual'meeting of the J.
the; for her heal nd'haa succeeded visiting,his friend Rev. Brown pastorof
be published once si week for:eight eon stockholde rs thereafter. The first an-

ID llDillnc It.Sh/; ,says that' she Ismuctl Paynes,Chapel A.. M. ,Church.< se< tin, weeks in The Miami Metrop- nual[meet ng of the stockholder', and Clubbing I.R tes

rr Improved ID th.. oll.i," a'newspaper published,'In the each annual meeting thereafter shall

; ,l ,Mr.,Artson Is having an I addition put cot inty 'of Dade and State 'of Florida:: be held at'the office of the Company .

'' many friend of .Mr. Will Jones, to his fine residence which Is being )ted this 8th day of.August,.'A.: D. the :27th d .y of August .

; years: ,a tchman on theFlea built,by>fir;;W.: J. Roundlree. of Jupiter 19(4.( t.C ARTICLE VI.. .]

; East I Cod -railroad will 11 ;; and when completed will add much' ( L CU E. C. DEARBORN. The.big lest amount of Indebtedness ,.

'r .. know tha ,h. has been promote4to to its beauty. : ( leal ) ,Clerk of the Circuit which i may at any time
of Dade Co will
-- -" tltrtDa Itself people niy want all the news
-:.: a. His friends. wish Court in and for Dade County FlorId' -' subject shall not exceed the : }?
:' i FUCh sum I n hla Dew, field.t I'i Dr. T. L. Jefferson ourjemlnent; phy' j.Pattenon j. .amount ol Its capital 'stock.ARTICLE this year as it is to, be an 'interesting one because ,

," I h1iaj sician.'is. engaging extensively the : j;l I, VII. of the '
; ft Erwin, !
ii 4W. J..oHtrrinkton, worthy: clti-I I I poultry business.' .? Her don't, ask his ., Solicitors for Complainant., The nai les and residences of the Incorporate -

:; '.sea of our city, :wi s the reclplrat of a 1(I hens to I set as, he sates ,them''the J' s ,of this Company and the :stale t;(;

f *' basketful of fine srapn sent I!by his trouble by using a,machine.,I' ". :MASTERS SALE: amount'o capital 'stock nb crlbed'br: ,Mionl ) gad County; '

rc:. mother fromjcbeiaw, 8. c., on ,yesterday. '' .+ each areas follows: t
0"' I I I Mrs*. H. C.,Griffin, of the East Side; >
r- Wejknoi, he enjoyed them iJnder (- James t.'Sanders (Seal), of Miami ,
was In town yesterday v[l aping friends and by 'Ylrtue'o a de f
for South Carolina grapes are very de- Fla.. ten hires. ti
t and looking well.since her return from tali t'S t
foreclosure and
error W. s. Gramling (Seal, of MiamI Fla.: I '
Jldjt Jacksonville' where she s )tnt tie greater -. of the Circuit Court of the' Seventh ten share*. 'SThe Metropolis \ '.

( t few days tie, little daughter of portion of the summer.. .- Judicial' Circuit of Florida, In and ford 'J. H. Tatum (Seal), of Miami Fla., I I I'[ 1 : i

., M' Bessie Jones win leave for Moultrle '<' DL county, In,a cause therein pending ten Has perfected arrangements} 'whereby it can\ offer

r Fla. not very far from St Angus- Mr. Frank Allen who Is one ?t the wherein J. A. Robbins and L. W. State shares.of Florida, I such attractive raws for various
t; t iIIe; ,to,eater an Industrial school at foremuet yoa I'g 1 rora of this 1 city. owns Rbbblns his wife are complainants, County-of Dade. ; there shorld] b : no excuse for people te-
thai term. a: lot and four 'ntrc,bu Idlnp. ,Other C. Lanier and
p ; place.! This is her second id E. Fannie H. LanIer :,
f' I On this day personally appeared before maining in ignoran : the of
3j; we are satisi ed that'.hewnl ,be young lIIen' t.h.:1ci be t !llllr"d| by his hs wlfe,,W. N. Johnson, the Bank.ofBlecayne'a'corporauon me James T, Sanders, W. S. Gram- the ; e asjto ,happenings ;

: Arne benefited. genius. If B ly. Lucy,J. year.
i. well known '
tins and H. Tatum to me j
it : Johnson WlUIrin' P. Hughes; doing I { aH
'f the pErsone described In: and whosubscribed'
\ i. as jI .
c Hopkins haYIng his Jar IH bislness as Hughes fc Company andt '
l.WEST PALM I BEACH NOTES. shingles' their names to the<:foregoing I "
nicely decorated with which $le Sanford Loan and Trust Company, '
f" .
Articles'of Incorporation of the ; RATES. :
; ill/ : I' will make a good ap eara1Len $1 corporation are defendants, the nn- did \ H
Florida Medical Company and severally '
fl.::" "jBemember. you dime on Saturday completed.' 1Ir.; D., C. Taylor Is contracting diraged, master In chancery will sell acknowledge that they execute I ,

: Metjop'it4 .man. the work. ak: public auction, in front of the Court '
a i I the same"for, the purposes and. uses The Metr
once door, at Miami, Florida, during therein rxgressed. \ Daily 'r polis i
R mb'reports.that hU ,i Mrs. Mattlrf Newton recently. of tli te legal hours of sale on the first Money .\ One Year
1 In witness whereof. I have hereuntoset and
spoWe Is'expect home the last.of' the,'.' South Carolina: has,purchased at place < in October! A. D. 1904. the" same beg -, Jand'and'omclal seal, this 27th I '

,: mo' Ui. I: and,erected a,nice twoj-story- blu dlng. f the third day of said month;'.to the day my of I iugnst, A. D. 1904. \ Daily Times-1 nion $10.06
/ .
which shows a mark, of noble womanhood Ighest d best bidder for cash the
Kiss Martha C united in mar- to have accomplished so much In. wing described real estate''of the -
J ty '
t Notary Pnpllc State at Large. i \ / Semi-Weekly] ime -U ni n .
<. rlarito Mr. Sa Langford .by ,'Rev. such a short,time.. I \ efendaats..E., C. Lanier and Fannie 5 50 :
Lanler. his wife and V?. N. Johnson, My com nlsslon.expires: Feb. 9. 190 7.I .
: ft'ashl Dot long since. ,
f t ngtoi Weekly] Metropolis] ith Semi-Weekly] ,Times,
:, PLEASANT CITY ITEMS. ring and belni.ln the eouty of Daded I '
UJ J '" of Florida '. thereof OLDEST. TOWN. ; U.f ?I .
: [ ] GeOr1I1am.wI1I.: take a par- '3 : State or to much V i,v**

.' tysb'f'friends to h. Inlet tomorrow Rev. S. A '. :Hards ,Is visiting the may,be sufficient to satisfy "said.. de- \V ttAtnta Journal t vice !|a,week v; $3.25[
a jish'lng trip. roe and costa of sale.towlt: The following, question and '::118'erIs \
\ I '.1 ': f fw I' '' northern,portion.. !!... of the State. '? Lot Twelve (12) an4 the west half of published in the Penq&vola Journalof With! Weekly] 'Palm] BlacH -T'I ewst\ i 1 ..ono.l _

err Shult -j I ot thirteen,(13). of block tElrty-eJght: 1 \ I !] .
; has all kinds of fruit on 0.1..4 the :1th:
Rev Livingston, the pastor of 38). north of the city of Miami. Fiords
his bart and treats hU 'ensa'cola I
*ae ,at r.shop Edfor! Journal: !
'customers< T In 1 a eas'n.; manner.. the, EastSide, owns a pleasant,home according fo .a map"of said{ city, ;, in the columns of, Old-subscribers,must i ay all] back dues before hey

; I ., in our. town and keeps It up to date.1. made by A. L. Knowlton C. E, and' refcorded Plea state Is the your can take advantage of ;these offers and ({ash
valuabl paper which oldest permanent -
the' of .
In the office of Clerk the
I % Beni; In.. while. ,out fishing --1. "Mrcuit Court. In and for Dade county 'settlement in the United States. j in advance must accompany all orders j for

,.n I ded a jewfish weigh- The Odd Fel'owt Association'Js doIng Florida. Please ;Ire dates and oblige; i f these combination s.
48 pouDds, ear the railroad draw. work- which will' D. r
I a> gra here ,com H. P.,ATKINSON.! 'Respectfully F. A
: pare wth'aay lodge in the State. I'f'al'eUlemen't the A DRESS
The first on -
Master ii :'
$1 i ; I Chancery: ,
Y. A. Mima, preached an "q
thores' made In
Bay was
f' ,
.' Patterson A Erwln, .
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b at the Tabernacle Baptist Mr. Dan Danish Is! having an 'addition Solicitor T, 1359; :s x- years previous: the found-
for.Comp' mants. ;
1iselaat iamii
r -,t iii ht to a Very'large au- put to his two-story building, : Ing "of St.,Augustine, but was maintamed -

,..;, a ence.t X which pill 'lIP very attractive :when NOTICEc for ,only two.years, ahd then etropolis. \
t"'j I ,
;r computed a abandoned. St. Auputlne Waif founded -
Rev. Piw Cing, one of our most :. It : : .
To Whom it May Concern: In 1565, and the settlement.. L. ,
saQoentul! baa had his residence 'Mrs.'G. C. Anderwoi of Jaikwnvnle. .'
me : Notice is hereby given that the undersigned permanent hence 81 Augustine Is the \

,: .. .:.. ..-- ,;I ina. painted., which was ara..K retuned,home last week' after spending Intend to apply to Eli Ex 01de6t'J permanent settlement In the \ \

,... i to ,' on her,retsrm :two\weeks,with 'her Bother. Mrs., 8. Jennings, GOT- States. ,
'_ ,.t I' ....' ;" ." *::". .'J--"l j ".- ";,4 ..., .. ., .1.., ...- .'*:.. i cellency.nniam" : : t'nitedl) ; .. : .
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I I .I". .. . I . I.. I of'reeord ,
court a preeesmttog attorney ', Incorporation of each hereafter
Southern.. : ,' RailwaQ, R. S. WILSON to be named the county solicitor who nraiidpaUtj Into one of -*&_ 1

EOffc TIVE MAT 29, 1904: i ;- hall be appointed 'bythe-Gimnor, classes' and ;po law reiatiag &D u* erg

and confirmed by the senate, end who Won; .government or or .
power* alt{
Dally a th at.', ao.f0 Yonh and Wes' I 0.12Ar Con :rector andauii4 r shall ,hold office for,four yean. His- municipality: 'or number -of,nrantatpal

Lv JackauuTille.Lv ,..too. 74.p LvJTonrllle, a. -., .8o tea M1np compensation shall be fixed by law. itie*' lee*'than'the whole ioc a' class

Lv Jesup.4 Sanaa 4__9..It Ii U M&Speooa ilia Ar LrJesup Maco.,,Ga G*_. ._ ,_IB.?8oRy Ry 100p$Cuu Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution shaO be valid. 5
ArCoUunblaAr .; ..., ..-.t o.K ,._ ? ? ? > ...... '1'
AAUabtgi& R 1
? e of the cute of Florida la hereby Section ; .irttcJ.
',' .? ?.. ,,'So.K tUaIJSOp ArKomeGL -rpoky 73b.Ar m of the Couattntlon -
Greea.boro _.so. k Ar Dalton,ea_? BO Ry 1 ebe amended so M to read u follow:, tht Flcvida
? of i State of to
.... ._ hereby
Ar Danville ... l oll fl Chat ta nones Teal bokI I eW NOVELTY .1 I
Ar Lexlngtoa, XT t- WORKS, Section %S. All offense triable bi the amended so a* to read a* follow: I
Ar .. .. .|S..ErSo. ao2p Al Cincinnati.Ohio.TT7. ._ Q1CI7Mq
LvOlMlnaaiLO_ -BliTFourl SWp Builder of fine residences a' sp cJaJty. .. courts of record shall be 1 prosecuted Section 8. Article Ym of the Constitution i

... in.-. .,_ .. ,_... I Information
Ar Lt..YW.a ? .... .a .up ArCnlrago -Big four MiaLv.Clorlnn.il upon tinder oath and maybe of the State of Florida" la
CtmrloUr.vlll. .,,,.. KfSO.K I clop hereby
Ar ManhimrtoB.. .. ..?..?. ., f ,SUp Ar(7Ie, Ill,0en. .... _? -?_.pa Ps ual 815p inoaL Winter home for toariiu; b.ai.eg"block. In fact anything la the laildinf line filed at anytime[ whether the court repealed. .
Ar Baltlaiore. ... .. P a US&pS4la ._ .... .... U In session the' I
CluuiaualT.U. or not by county solicitor
j .ftl conte.piatr.g b.iMl.r woald do to coaralt m. In reran to plan and The I
Arrhlladrlpbla. P R ArCblr.oJl .. ... '__..._] CH i t :'t I vote i cut'ID..CIOIIIp.1JaDce with
Ar NVw Vork w .pecI8callota"l Belagamember of The Bulld.ra' Excbaafv and empl yingoothiaggbut but the grand iaryjof{ the circuit
.. I amendments.
Ci TarTautiu 0Ar M H R U.CH&DI p4+p 1 said propoied .and the
__ ... Cnloa me I can raarantve laburtionblea on my work. Lookme Ap or write meJ
Toledo,O Moe court for the mDnqlD.which said
So.to-TWaibmtftani and florid* Limited. "
Dally Pullman b..wmg KeomjJ Flee me Car Ar Drtrolt'Mteh__.._ ......i. ::aC H &,D I 725aLt canvas. :Yeclaration* and return
JaekMavtlUi to hew Tork. J Cincinnati. O_. ____ ..L. Lines tl i pAr I_ I court of record i* held may Indict for thereof shall be subjected to the I&Iregu1aUons
PNtaburg.Fa J. -.: ... r.Unol l looaLv offenses triable In the,court of record.
Cincinnati,O . _.BI Poor 1 9 :and restriction U are provided i
,; |( 30p .
Trot'-r of 8k. J lro.JO I Upon the finding of such indictment
Ar OlcTelaiid. O i? Big f>nr\ e 45aL Walttr S. Cratw.Prr by; I.LW for general election* ta
> Lrrlnittoa, Ky. .._ ,_, HoRy tXup the circuit judge commit or bail
L.JackauurWe. .,, _, saw j Ar Lauliville, Kr_ _., _.,80 Ry I p r0pACor.mblq *. Dada County Abstract" shay the State at Florida.i. -
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Ga. 8.r. Ir'15. the accused for trial In the court of I I
2z= t Ar tit. U ni.Mo_ .--.. .._ .ikiKyl 7** record
.dll 1 de4 I In testln whereof I
ony nave Hereunto I
ArArbaule.Ii.c.. _.. .9o. lftp Ro-4me Florida Llmlud.". D.lly aoltdvntlbmlett and ,the county solicitor of said
.1 Ar Hut 8prin,. 80. 1 a a'p train, through coache and Pullman xxooa.roa.: 'sass: court shall Immediately file therein, set m r hand sad affixed the great
Ir 6.oavdlq Trod. v troy
Hlerplng fan Jacktoortllato Yew York. | seal of th State of FloMaat Tallahassee

Ar Juatanlle tlo.yW a StK __ based
and Information upon such Indictment -
Ar St. Lout._?.... 6o.141 4 topArY.nnn.eLrlkm. 45iaS.aYkc which the!capital this the first day of
Information the
q 615. KOBTHWE8T. K0.1J upon
Fa 7I .Dory MUhmkn kan 1ng- auo hB k' SEW}:L BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. accused shall be tried. August A. b..J 90.' .
brIWrea Jack vlllesod r .ek.ouviUgF1 ___ _.HoHy 7 v.p -
CAr I.T Jnnp. (>a.,. ..._,., BoRy 10 flip \ Section 29 of Article V of the Constitution (US., ) fL CLAY: CRAWFORD
ArN.roo,4L----. tsoy *UKM Furnishes aecurate and complete Abstracts Secretary: of State.
;{ I A r Atlanta,Ua.'_. A.Ar ItioRj8oKy 'of the State of Florida U .
Annitum Ala -u_ *>* or Searches of Title! to
Ar Blrmlnubam,Ala,.?.. ,-_ HoKy 11 a hereby amended so as to.read as follows -
World's hit Tickets o land in We '
"'."' Ar Mrmphla,Tenn.,._ _v-. ,.,.Frl>v County. own complete TH S DEATH PS ALTT.:
? ? :
= 11 Ar Han.CJlT.M FrI 'o ..M Abstract Books of all the laid Re;. : I .-' .
f st' Lonlspioi n Sale Lv MrnulArHot Ttnn._ !p. & L tttttfvm. cords of ,Dade County : ; : : : : ': : : Section 29. There shelf be no county "
A little
nndotn.rk atl thine'80DIeUmea result tt t
Sec and'rfaan. rwwAAAAAAAAA. i I'r court In Any county where a court of
J I No.13, **Tbe'Florida UnlUrd." t .. ......J record Is established. death. Thus 1 I., a'mere scratch mstfnlfi'cant
A.pniVlLSAr JACKSONVILLE: cuts or, puny bolls, have paidthe
Section 30 of Article V of the Constitution '
Prom New Tory. .elr. -So.-Wwhioirtnn andfoldsLimited."a25a.m.Fro JEO.
Cblcagai(ilcink.U.Cmnanooco H -No.H.-Florida Limited." :ii a. ra. e, of the state of Florida Is hereby death, penalty. It I* wise to,barsBueklens !
From Kamwi Cily Mem hlq Ilirmlmfhim.Kc.-"Florida Ltmltod." :45 a.m.
From Uiadnoatl,AsbevlUff Ma- No.7s,-Wes.blogtooaodrlorldsLlmned.'edtaai.Rotind amended so U to read as follows: Arnica Salve ever handy. t

S Sedon 30. The clerk of 'the'court of It's. the best salve on earth and wIB ,:
Trip S r Tourist Tickets now OB talel Co tra c ting -Elect; 'iciahv record shall be elected by,the electors pre ea "fatality I when" Burns Bores,

7- C. LU3K District Passaa; .srl Agent, 103 w Bay St.,' JaeksanTille.( of the county la which the court I* establlshed. Ulcer anfl Pile threaten:,. Only !tea

C- $AC LR2.: h M. .. ,W.B.T YLOR.G,Ps A.B. L Launch Supplies, .' I and shall hold office for four at all druggist f

B. aARDWICL P. T. X. BROOD MOaOAW.. A. 0:>. :A. vr: .' I Batteries.. Spark Coils. Etc. years, and his compensation shall be I I II

Avniie fixed by law. The sheriff of the county TWO 13 BETTER TJLU OKI-
1113 C Florida.
Miami Write for prices
-t shall 114.the executive officer of said re'el
; SEA.B I O A, R, D'F D pointer for; the Mmoroua ..."
court; his duties and fee than be fixed readers! JYoo 'want '&0 save money ..
tf ," by law. and we kjiow bow to help you. W* I
,J' Air 1\ 1 ; DOJ NE & RAULERSON esn exit to yon pay a little more the .,
'( : ,ire Railway Section 31 of Article V of the Constitution bf
F .. the price one paper and get" the ewe;:
; I -i of the State of Florida I* hereby feu .n" The pnoe of the Dally
I i I FOR "'.. DEALERS! IN, .f' amended so as to read as.follows Times-Union and Citizen bu recently
i t+e.m reduced to the following priees,
r SavannahColum Section 3L' All role of practice governing There I
la; Camden; Southern Pines ; months.-.w.* 9 W.1
., ,Choi ;e'' meats, Live lto t lIeata, Choicest Poultry. the circuit court shall be applicable six months.On T" ....... :. ...,......: '.01.
RaleighjRichmo;[ : id, Washington, Baltimore; Polite Attention << to the courts: of record. Chance '.."r.-;" ..:.....:e- 1-'
and essed poultry PAIR T IISA! T JI E" T. 'We'propn* to send both tbel,
1 J j 'P k. of venue may bf' bad from one court yon
t: I ;i iadFI.pbia.} New'IYo| Daily and' tluDda, Tlmea-Uniua and< .... ....
of record another of record
Two 4 tSetxa.ors to court or Citizen and the Mrraorou for: .
} '
t .1 Elegant Trains Daily. to the circuit court, of another countyfor Six month.., ;............. .... sin' ,
.' to C. H. .AI1LEItSOJil Q -the same,causes, 1 and under 'thelaws One year\ ...'.;..........;...;...,, CIS'
e, : Seaboar: ExpresjMod? ,Seaboard Mail CO. vaeeetabllaaedthe meat 11..1- We will send you the Semi-Weekly +
, ? Corner 13th St. and Ave. D naehena 1896 ;i." pro.ptng for changing the venue Times-Union and CItisea and the

i rn Pullman Equipment. .t.J i, from he circuit 'court of One county to )(JrnOpo .. '* ,

i the circuit court of another'county.The' Six months tor;;.......:....... 8 1 M ;

M'P' 03.TX Z=NE e-e-i-e' ., . . . Governor may. In'his dlcretlon.order Oue-.earL..j.! ...:........... S Od ;
U ;; the circuit having jursdlctlon'of Thus for 14' cents more than'the

eptratla( { thrcagh! ,, from Jactonrille tajei Orleans.l t' : Corner S Avenue- e- B an111t4 Street. the circuit judge court; of any county, to and price for of fifty the dally cents'more, yon get than two the pen reg

t' I L I THIE J bold a.speclal term of a court of record our pric4 of thi Mrraorous,you get .
For full icn i.id deeper I. rrservatipos! call on 'any agent of the MULLtR the Semi-Weekly Times-Union ant
IIUP1'P' G. A. Proorktor.G Of such county for the purpose of trying -
G' : aboard or write I CItizen and the Farm and Frnlft -,,
which.'the'Judge of
such cases :

:'r A. 0.' ldc c PHHELL u't; GaIL. Pm. as4 JadsoHille :Fa! I 1I the court of record shall be disqualified. Grower.Send your anbscriptions J to UL _t*.*
Parties to 'any cause at law In a In advance always at these prices.
I ,
Sllc. BOY STONe Jr.. Pass.Agt. -' S N ARLS t record'shall'hire' the Tao lirrkorous, ;
_,r-. court of same XUml.. Fit '
The climate of the East Coast of Floridais right to"trial by; ,Judg'e. ad litem'or by I .
referees mal exist under the Constitution -
nearer perfection than that of- another 1 as White i able l Baiter .Shot. '
rOIl'IER1.Y' t < or the laws > In| reference to .
l I f Open al the at 2.5Opetarm :
place year 19 fn circuit courts, or U the "
on earth;, e 4 i irA cases may
Ik Special per week to Commercialmen Four Ch; irs. No Waiting: 1 '
; ,Large SAMPLE: KQOMS Judge of the .court of record be .disqualified : ,
M aoTn : 1 i
Bet Service in the *
cause City.
Past fflct BJ' 661 MUml.> flortJ transfer the to the circuit
1 I of the In which such
Y : >' I. court county A. COLBY. .' Proprietortj -
J"'r .-H court'of record may be.' j Twelfth 5treet.I .
ti Section! :S3 of Article V;of the Constitution

of the State of Florida is'hereby.

Do Vou intend To Bu'ild'd amended so aa to,read as follows: CLUBBING RAT[S

Section 3%.t Courts of,record shad be <

? abolished by the legislature only,upon
,SAVE. MONEY? i a petition of, a'majority of the,registered -

,voters of tne county, where such t l-
btancheLf court: Is established.. .\A. ou, can save moneysubscribing

I I FORM TNI i i which an the Buildsng ARTICLE XXVII.; (jr for

"- T des ,are oented. :rIle That the following' amendments to "Jte,. papers' yon want
i members of ,this as iatton cheer"CO Section 20, Article.III; and Section 24.

.. 1meach tractors fully will fnrnish specifica- Article HI, and the repeal of Section 8
.( sf ,
: Mons' and ..Addrells50C' of Article VIII of the Constitution'pt THE

i. J : the State of Florida be,' and are here ,

a I IIIIt A la'ti on ,Contractors'A ociation". by agreed to and shall be submitted to Metropolis!

-- 'MIA\II.O" RID:1I the electors the State at the general -
t M I I j
election to be held J-n November A. j
D. 1904. to-wit:

,Pierce & Hardie I Section 20, Article m. or the Constitution We can"give you 5 :

of the State of Florida 1* hereby the Daily Time -

tut the taeeej Oraaf Crerei, FlaeafpU riiaUUeai) '.' 1 amended so as to r sid ee follows. : 1: Union and Daily"METROPOLIS '

4r+.. t aetm one Tcgrtakte Fam eTUe ceeatrf trttatarf W I THE ONLY Section 20. The legislature shall not for .

XD T RITES, USE WORTH and BISC1T5E BL\ I pass special or local laws In any' of the $10.. 0 a year, or ,
S .earS reschae 'frra* JatUoarllle eta tb. J i = 7' following enumerated Uses; that Is to both for 6"months \

nXRIDA) EAST COAST BJULTTAT.rf @ :E tEJL1: say. regulating the jurisdiction {and for. five dollars.

I ,. 'I duties of any class .officers or for ,.
the punishment of crime'or: > misdemeanor -
painting :
; except for the enforcement of \

'r' special local laws regulating, the practice !I.

... _lN MIAMI-I of courts of justice; providing' for 1, Tic \

First changing venue of civil and criminal DailyMetropolis

Avf I'rue C, North' o'f, National I Bank. cases; grantlng..d1"ore; changing the \

1'...4n kttkUtal *.ek,-bit OMrtef llmuabwrtaq.t -- names of persons; vacating roads; \

?s I1 lr deals, a.4 ..... lafcmaUea, sUn. I EJECTION NOTICE. and I recclTed the emoluments of such summoning and empanelling grand* and

'j.B.rinon. J.T.XECXWTTE, Z.-.wu, until the ezplrat: on of their present petit juries and providing for their \
......,........__ -__' ,,;....a. I (Continued from page three.) : 1 term of office. compensation;' for assessment and, collection -

11-i I tiT. .ACUl'dTlllE, n&,, and who tiiaUbe appointed by the Governor Section, 25 of Arlicle V of the'ConsCI .! of taxes for* state and county i luj
, I 'I"
and jconflrmed by the senate' sad tut' n of the, State\" of Florida Is hereby ,and municipal purposes. for openingand D1 1 :

who ahall jhold his oClce; for four years amended so as.torejd M follows: conducting elections for state and -

i dart c. Coast Line. The annual salary o(.the Judge of said I Section 25. Th court of record shall county and municipal officers, and for : Sefi1Veekly.Times ) ;

P' courts shill be paid Quarteny ty the hare exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal designating the places'\of Toting; for :

t2alcite4' 3 county- here I| each court U established' cases not capjtal, which shall'arise the sale of real estate belonging'to minors Union b
r time oR xcefeut service NortJa. List and West via
and shall be U follows:.In counties,of In Bald-county. and of all aaes at law estates of descendents, and of .
i a ATLANTI9: jmUi .The Famoua New ,York and Florida Special; less than {fifteen thousand population In'which the, ,dt /and'or value of the persons laboring under legal disabilities -: I !
wild Put wan train of mpartmeut Slef'plnCo Dining and Observation Cars, I V
I one thousand'dollars; In -counUea of property does,not-exceed: one thousand ; regulating, the fee of officers of 5.5O
fCtrIe Udltec1 leaves St. dally I a year
AuguaUDe except from fifteen thousand to tnmy thousand dollars, and concurrent with the circuit the State or county or municipalities; : .
A.. M.. arrt"'e Yew C C5 P.1 IL foIlowllll day.Florldt : 1
Tork B1mJ'u: population! ,' sixteen hundred dollars 1 court shall flare exclusive: : jurisdiction -, giving effect to Informal or Invalid

land; West In Umlted. carrying Drawtlll-RoIm. ; In counties of from'tntrty thousand i of proceedings relative to forcible deeds or wills; legitimatizing 'children Weekly MetropoOsandSemiVVeeklyJ l
DlntDI Cant, Ieavt 1 nne at ':00 A. 11. dally arrive New 1:00 population; I f
; 1'OI'i' to fwtr-flre thousand entry and unlawful detainer of ; providing for the adoption t of

P. M. foiioiling' dai1 two thousand dollar; 1n':'counties ;of 11! !lands and tenements,, children; relieving minors from legal ,t

Chtago and I.ImIt84.; solid Pullman train or Sleepers;Dining and more than forty-fire thousand population Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution disabilities: and for the establishment

obxrntiait Cue leaves acboIinne daily&I ':1,0 A. M.. airty.WeqO 1:00 twenty-four hundred dollars r and I of the State of Florida is'hereby of ferries., ., i-, :'v, Time.TJnion; i

,P U.1o11dWing dat r train"curies SL Louis Bleeper;arriving SL1:3S all criminal courts of record now established amended so read U follows Section 24. The legislature" shall establish both one year at

.. p.lLi r I Inl j this state hall upon the Section 24. There shall be six term a' uniform system of county r i

DIsIennr; leaves acboIinne td P. K. daily. earrl s through adoption ([of. this amendment, become of the court' of (Word In each year. government It shall divide munldpel-

sle.rers :tOjChlalg4 and Loafs ariivtQ Chlalgo IU P. 111, It.. and be conns' of record u herein, provided Section 27 of Article: V of the ConsUtutlon lUes Into classes of not more than four Two Dollars. r t x

d 11"e t:::: 7 ftnjp'ail officers of such crimInal of the State of FlOrtda Li hereby on the bail of population; it shall pro r -

b7 u4 onibaU boon to Chaags sent houn to court 'otl record shall be officers ;of amended so u Uf reed U follows.Section vide' for the incorporation? of, each .

; St,t.oas- 4 ones_ I Uu ri ,- In1De.ILUtiI.. RESERVATIONS PRO :Y.s& such* courts, and'discharge:- the duties' 1 27. There, shall be* for each, now existing 0 municipality, and for the 1Gr I '' ::1!

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........ "TERSE THOUGHTS" OF are 'mi ch better,t .- fellows and pleasanter .: TRIP.' TO' JERUSALEM NOTICE OF CITT' ELECTION., PINS. --\..-'tt.. ',.'

3Itr. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. companions than small farmers or j '
I ADDitlONAL$ CITY NEWS. '- s"Good" : y. Every woman can find ass fee '
s. agricu}tnral laborers;, nor ''are the Described By a Lady Soon to Make By virtue of the authority rested in more no matter how lavishly

Lynch Law-'in many of the mechanics and workmen of, a great HerThe Residence Here. the undersigned by. the laws -of the she Is supplied, The pros. '
G.D.! Broader spe t yesterday at cases of a lynch law which ha.ve come city t be mentioned In thesame State of Florida and the ordinances of within'the reach of a11. Plal

'\\'est r a 11D Beacflicr uing the creulaUcvi to my! knowledge the effect has been brit""Ranch Life I and f Hunting, W tJroUgl (Mass:!) Chrono. the'City of Miami notice is hereby given ijd plated 25c, while solid gold.on, .

of healthy for the community -, .* f i to the qualified electors of said city > sold :
Metropolis by Trail 10. as high as $ .so.
the ly p. >
twenty-4ve.l I Thl now bu about "The Winning' of the West vol.. I, I type, of a recent date contains the following that the annual general city election =!i :

ode + wt': f subscribers at1 page 122. j.I. 'FLORIDA'S U, CLAY'S.' Interview! !. with. Mrs. E. A. Russell : will be held in the!I city council chamber EA;,Pots.) I :

tbat bIn4re4 *All Selflsh-"A mtrcnant ,or' manufacturer : ,, Sister cc Mrs...J. P.: Sawtelle/ on the upper !floor of the Jail build

works his business, as a': rule 'To M jet In Ocala November 1st to 3d- this.city upoh her return from a tour ing, on the .south side of Fourteenth I .Only reliable quality of silver r .i

111' }t I' r, gineer ot the purely for his own benefit without any The Sons, and Daughters invited. and trip-to Jerusalem, where she went street, west of Avenue D. In the City plate is stocked and TM Pot )

F. E.1'Cr water'Forks, and who will regard whatever for tne community .t .To Participate. to. attend the annual': International of Miami, on the I } prices for foil sixes. Com- .;

,cave of ronmentsand, large."-Essay ojt '}ta !llne Polities' InmerlnLn Sunday-School Convention: FOURTH MONDAY IN OCTOBER. ence at 800. Then $7.00. up to I j$35.,

exten +r.tt''thel l 'ate mains In this Ideals, page 100. f Heat quarters Florida Division. "The excursion was greatly enjoyedand A. D. 1904. ee. cheaper ones. being much plainer, ':
U Ited Confederate,, Veterans, the same being on the 24th day of said I treatment the bigher priced ones '"
city cIn, down ut 11 ght from Weat Opposes Protection: Political economists an Interesting portion of the world -
Palm reach and will r main here per- have, pretty' generally agreed 'allahassee, Fla.,' Sept 19, ,1904. was visited. JThe party left New :York month; that the polls will be, open slowing evidence of superior 1 skin la _;;

manentlW' :whUe'jthe 1 rk I. In..procreaa.j that protection is vicious In theory and Gene: al':Order No. 50: on the 8th of ilast March) and in seventytwo from until eight'sundown o'clock on'said'. m.. standard day. 'M.time E., decoration. H I.I I 1,i .A

ele crl' 01I 0 this work hu harmful practice."-Thomas H. Ben 1. he major-general; commandng days ended. In New York on I ,1:
Jones, M. W. F'roa her, S. C. McOriff
already given by the Metropolisand ton. page 67,; the lorida Division! ,, United COnfederate -I the return trip. They slept fifty nights have been appointed Inspectors ATCHES. I .:'
no.uDces plea and Fool a woman once and '
importanceto | Veterans with board thelvesseai. that
will be of
wh [ gfeaf America an Int rna=onal Constable R.. 1(. Smith as Clerk to conduct said settles it Cheap watches'
%' city and) publl :, Preparatory whose people, conduct sure the fourteenth annual encampment i "We had j very pleasant, Interview, election '
-"Any country .
will be J of the division at Ocala on Tuesday with Mrs. never up man's boat r.
for the work Russell on Tuesday on her <
arrangements : !
otir The officers to be voted for
themselves well tan count upon are as ess., We have the kind"of watchest
: cted Wednesday apd Thursday, Novemb "
comm4i at a4'earl date. tour, from, which we'learned many follows: \
f hearty friendliness: If a nation show at' enable us:to say we sell more
> 1st 24, and 3d. In 'dischargingthis
LLThe r things of of' the 'people where
that Jt knows bow act with decency Interest A Mayor-to serve one year.,: alches{ than any firm in Miami Com t
iii glieat tIde of the year pre- (leasing duty he desires, to con- she visited.. Th'ftrstlItoP after leaving :
( In Industrial and political matters, if It ate Three Aldermen'or members of the in and talk the, watch question over;f "
nl1ed W. morning. At The Royal keeps' order- and pays its obligations. gut the division on the growing4nterst New York )' was, ,Funchal, Maderia City Council, each to serve two years.A' o if you cannot, write us for copy :
Palm !dok it aboi e the dock and In the organization': plainly Islands which is a beautiful place '
.! was then It need fear no interference from City Clerk and Assessor, to serve our book of watches fully illustrated
In place*, eveii !Ifith 'the Boulevard. the United 'States."-Letter io the Cuban show; by the thriving condition ot both .for situation and1 surroundings. 'one.year.. -\ \: '. I ;

Reports' torn up*the :r vet: are that all Dinner May 20; 1904. the o der {camps, the revival of ramps Among -other points. visited were A Marshal and Tax Collector to serve I AIR BRUSHES. "

low lan hit submerged nd damage will dormant and the addition:of newcamp Gibraltar Algiers, Ma-lta.\ Athens 'and for one year. i j H i

probailr; result In a 11 mber of places. "Sound Policy fora Nation"In I old > to the roll of the,division. He Constantinople, and Bey'rout Dr. Jes- A City Treasurer to serve for one Probably the hair brash is A

Boatmen, attribute tbt high tide to days, ,when I first tame to Little Ml;!.- attrl utes the existing'tavorable con- sup;'a missionary toBeyrout for.forty year- used more than other :

Stormy. i mdltions J-outs de aided by the souri.: there was a motto on he range: ditlo s almost entirely' to the "Interest 'nIne years, !say. that when' he went Said election will conducted as far tide. in making the toilet any, and surelynothing ate :

continuing 'Never draw unleti.ro, mea to shoot manifested by tile Daught ra' ot,' the practicable In the 'manner '
faeajy -ralnu that have out' with, see en! other missionaries as same as ,will set,off the bureau more ;
flooded i land stream: The moon, That is 1 a pretty ,sound 'po Icy for a Conf deracy and the Sons of Veterans'In there was on board the 'vessel 400 is provided by lawj tl for conducting general t tan a nice silver-backed'brush. Our, '

too a (id the last quarter or about full. ': nation in' foreign affairs' "j peech at th organization, That this'Interest' pounds of gunpowder and a cargo of State and County elections. "; 'i t ices start at $3.00 and ,,climb up as :

during 1 itch' periods t ie tide is always II'II'hlgb. Tacoma;Wash. May, ,22.1902,. may ntinue and constantly grow in" New England ruin,. and they,, had well In witness whereof, I have hereunto ,] igh as you wish to ,pay. ,:;.

T ie water ran put of the river, .':."Carry a Big Stick"-"1bere| is a Inten >tty and that, the Sons and done their- rork. He slays. he never-- affixed'my: name and caused the City' :......---'

,'like a'njlll: race, and U ere was little:or i homely.old adage;whlch.ru: .f''Speaksoftly Daughters 'of the' South may more : saw a Turkl'r'soldier drunk: Mobammedans' CTerk attach'the, l Seal of the City,of lJ>fOND DISHES. ;'j

no mos 1g i, ;of crafts d ring the mornIng l lI ; and carry, a',BIG STICK 'you fully understand and appreciate the' ne'r' : drink Intoxicating Miami hereto this 20thday of September A' ,' ."'{

j/ tl I I will, go farIf' the Amerl -an nation senti ents that moved and the 'cause' llquors' only called Cl\rlstlan. drink ,A."D. 1904., -JOHN i Some very handsome" de-'. ;

will! speak i I
Cape Holmes, jf I be power flshingsmack keep at a'pitch 'of the high Draining | lives and their mothers the peerless creeda-Gr ;; Latin, Armenians aDd Attest: r i Mayor. ;rm an' uncommon wedding or holiday'

ti Pleasant.of I entertained' a a thoroughly emclent navy' the Mon- 4evoi ion of southern womanhood, he Protestants 11. It KELLUM I ft., .They come in almost everylstylel.'fart"h '

number his friends with a'water roe doctrine will"go: tar."-. -Speech .aChlcago'Aprll rordi illy invites Daughters of the Mra. Ruse Il vISIted Man ,Hill, a City .!! k. -* ped. or oblong dish for $%.OO. N "iI

party E i at dj trip Ito Ope Florida last 2. 1902. Conf deracy and the Sons, of Confede-, place where he apostle Paul preached. '-I I' ,
night[oh 1 his staunch and' comfortable: rate Veterans, as, organizations, and Ari interestl g service was held 'oat the BIG, CHEMICAL, PLANT., ,- ..
.No j Permanent Peace Wanted-"Ifwe'ever I
crafty[ [ refreshments were' served in grow' to"regard peace as 'a as In livlduals.'to .meet with the Veterans hll : Rev Jolla Polls of To.ronto. Can.. P] lINKS." your cuffs I with strong ,
r Inns
abundaa and a mos : enjoyable time conditon. and feel that in Ocala'on the 1st. 2d and 3d preached It a ong sermon 'on the resurrection .- Rockwell, this.taterbas a new corporation links Insuring:
permanent wean .
was hai j thought f reqi ent showers and ,of 1 ovember next By resolution the "Barker Chemical Company -j.f-j r 1 long'1I' ar. Every neat 'Itrle'
afford to let the ,keen,, fearless. 'made finds place"amohg !
strong rjnd at Imes n ade the trip both adop ed at Dallas. Tex in 1902 re- rThe Sund T !School: Convention at with a capital'stock of $300,000.; a our 1IDrI-
virile qualties heart 'and mind andI I
,valed;display of these mOat
Interest fig ,and jexcitl ig. Those composing sink into' Item ed and emphasized at New Orleans Jerusalem Is considered the most Int" to manufacture, purchase' and sell sul1phurie \ necessary4ecee .
thi' party we-e.. Misses Irene body"' disuse: we will I prepare. and.Nashville,,the Sons will beentlt resting cony ntlon ot the kind ever" acid and acid phosphate, super I jewelry, Gold-filled for,$L50;
the, way for, Inevitable and shameful ajnd prices go as high as $50.00.
ise'Jaudon, Hisses Tillie and ed to all the privileges) of the phosphate and of fertilizers; to'' buy I I i. .
disaster in the future. The peace held.Many ,
'Omega,!j\Igglnt0n:: ,. > IsBes Rose"and :which breeds timidity: 'and! sloth Is 'a floor- xcept that of voting. It Is need- other !nf8; were vlBlte Mn. and sell phosphat > rock and phosphate ENTREE'DIsi. ES. --,

,.,BOUei Me. ',and Ira M., D. Price, .before less o say that'the, hearta'and homesof Russell has t large numbet 'Of'photographs I or other propertks: woman
curse and not a blessing, -Speech E' fe., can constferMier
C. F J. H. Cheat- 0 ala will be open to the veterans Qf and :
)Jr an1 ra W )gg '' p es people that she The stockholders are Ralph Barker stock
Republican Club, Newj'York City, : of table'cc mplete [with-
ham, .. Cross and. H. M.,Wlgglnton, 1899 '. and I who are with them: i Marion saw on the ourney, and bas a mind of Conneotcut. Jon t., Inglis of Florida out' ,+-
.1 February, v one or more ntree dishes. '
Earl $ tort Alex hlne and ,W. S. .. ; It .. coun 'Be'ven full companies to stored 'Ith'Interesting facts re ard- Charles U. Shepard of South Carolina ip Tureens V'egetabl .
'bilt br 1fti I Jefferson: Timid and shifty "doctri the cause.- and the I fires ;of Ing the'conn es visited and peculiarities 'Hugh D. AnchlnclofS, Stephen hes., In and 'Steak
j great' variety. All 14 .
L naire" Life Benton ; The
( of page 73)): lOBe
J most incapable Executve, :who'ever patri kindled on Its altars in the ,ot>the- p opll!: Baker, John \V. J nchincloss: and Samuel sit glass.designs and moderate prices."Wsldertng 'i

Mrs t' r- Sawtelle s still at her old the President's chair." (Naval days sixties have never grown There d to,be a guarantee ot the S. Anchlncloni of.New.York city.. I t gnalltyt I'a \
homelll! Massachusei ts having a delightful filled dim has the love and devotion of vessel on wh ch they sailed of $400,000. .
War of IS1%. page 455). ,
Jme) wi ih t ie friends and 'f; the people who lighted them ever fal- which gun an tee was tttken by a "Dixie" as a song has no equal., 'An INGS. #

jof her fhlld ood She writes Madison-"Incapable" (Naval War teredj,' The',. and their children say wealthy, gen leman'In! Michigan. The exchange says that It'\Is more vibrant R This Is our fa orlte department -

1Ie.ghm' 'been anu usually pleasant page 455); results of his admnlstration comet and"they mean all they say provIsions n cessary for the tour and with life to-day than It was'when it I probably 1 >ecanse [we fit

: fltl1 fever grey days and cold brought "shame and disgrace to 'Amel' 2.: tech' camp in the division'la entitle which York ken on board,before they cheered: the Jean: and hungry legions so many dainty Bngers-r ome

nlghti ti i han she baa i een In the North ica In the War of 1812 ("The Winning to ,one delegate for every twenty left New comprised 8796 pounds that were batt Ing for the "Lost with engagement rings ai d others with

la. many! ,eara. town is 'full.uf of the West"" vol. 4,-page {96.) w. nem' >ers ,in good standing and one for of meat. :2.400 pou'nds' poultry, 95,000 Cause." It "has ot-:buly survived the I plain gold tircle.-that"blinds: two Byes "

beautiful shade: = which are beginning Monroe-"With no special ability" everj fraction of .ten., provided that pounds fto.u ,H3,881"pounds potatoes, war, ,but since t enit, has" onquere4tbe t gether:. If yon want'a"'! ring.| ,

jto turn to ;orgeous autumn (Benton."page 47); as Secretary'of War ever. : camp in good standing shall beentitled 23,000 pound, sugar' ,. 1.340 pounds cof- conquerors' J and echoes in the here j.where the best eau, $'aeen linked ,-

tints s si i familiar to very New Eng1ander under Madison, a "triumph of' imbecility to two delegates. fee17.521 pounds flab, 38,100 pounds hearts of those bat- loved the'.gray." tp lowest prices. f i

pad remind1 ig her that she to Ihe last (Naval War, p.: 456). S. Adjutants of camps, who have not ,:e etables: 2U15 pounds butter, '135 nI.'a, song, u.atwa! not born to die. T. .

taastj I rQon turn] her face toward her Jackson-Ignorant", (Benton I, page already' done 'BO, must report:-at oncethetTlls ,tone Ice, 40,2O orangea'and 50,000 bottles ..- It will live as long as,the Anglo Scion {,fie WHALER,

Soutbert Ihoice.) Mrs. Sawtelle nays 13).: ; of,their.camps, giving names minerai !water. race exists in America- .It baa Inspired 3f4.Twelfth! Street, MIAML

that nowhere' in the S orth has she ever of members, letter of company and These ,are only a few of the many the southern sOldier hi the fury oi battle .

.;. sees a, 1 lice that she ould like as well Van Buren-"Falthf1111Yl/lleJ'Ted/ -the numl rof regiment with post-office :poI!: s spoke i .of by Mrs. Russell, whos and cheered I 'renewed the courage I NOTICE OF SPECIAL
of ,
mammon unrighteousness.- suein -
:,. for an jali the year' ome as our dear of eich; .with ,the rolls must: be forwarded a very I Interesting co conversationalist. of his peopl In those dark'rearaot
ceeded because of, and not spite of.Benson .
little 't.of MI.ml. Mrs., Sawtelle I.f Is to the adjutant-general (at A year or more ago Mrs.'Ruseell gavea oppression. ,h mlliatioa; and bitter special meeting of the stockholdTs -

expect home aboi : the middle of his moral FHarrison short-comings"; [.- p. Tallahassee, post-office box 9C.) the per very interesting talk m the Evangell- 'over;y. i I: 'of CoG Miami Mortgage and !'Guar

f+,; Octol 1 187). capltk. tax of S cents for'every;|member ca-I' vestry O Booker Washington'and I antes Company Is'hereby called to meet

j I il' I .- Taylor;; Flllnjore--"Small In.good,standing. ; his ,Institute af learning. Mrs. Russell's The latest i II I! industrial 1t the ''office O.be company at 7:30(

; S Y'AI'I E 0 TENSIVE.' Presidents" (Benton, page o? :n.Trler"H&'hu 4.' 'amps will at once proceed to home Is In Minnesota! where! she expl''tS enterprise II the'propased,' combine; ,ot m., October 1 fir the purpose of voti -
'"' ,'U! been, called I a mediocre selec ,delegates to the annual encamp- soon go. She Is to speak at the farmers and, ruit-growers of Dade i ig to amend th charter changing the

St P tersburg Sep; ember 23.Gen man; but ,this is unwarrantedflattery. men and as soon as selected adjutantswill the, Metbpdi Sunday morningand county to torm a "farmerT trust," tame and pla* of business of the

enl it -patkln tel graphs that the He was a politician of' monumental : 'port'them to the adut nt-gen'e- at the !vangellcal vestry in the which Is to bold convention In ,Jachsonville + < )mpany and Increasing its capltaUta. .. .. >
,, Japan e, have 'assunjide' the offensives littleness.. His chief, mental ral it Tallahaesee. In,, the event .of ev nlnl:. on the 19th tnitanL It.is t on from $25,000 to $50,000.

t from IM: itslaoplts' i t Pass, which and moral attributes were, peevishness, & e .on the part of camps ito? select Mrs. ;Ru I ell owns property In hOped that an 0 izationiwlll I be effected ttj t B. Shaw,
,.,., Isonj eFusban railroad bet een Mukden.enl fretful obstinacy,, Inconsistency"' etc. dele*tea, the commander of he camp :Miami ando r'm move here ths! winter 0 that will equally'protect the U" Secretary and Cashier.

i bout J miles from Muk- (Benton: page 239).j :, !is, a 'horiEed to ,appoint ,delegates and make hal permanent home. farmers crate p per 'and fertilizer

i den. i i II I r i ir ,Polk-"ExcePt ng Tyler/ ,the! very alte. latea. t men reduce the of handling BUP"IJ1es. FRED ,li UTTf R r

'', ; I" smallest. of ."ihe ,line of email, Presidents 5..., he. names of the division sponsor, SPRAINS.S. and 'at t l same. 'tIme Protect i ieneral ContractorCradlntr. .
; ".CONDENSED: Ti LEGRAM3.: whoeame, in between Jackson and ter maid of honor, the Committeeof those who Il'uppl them. AIIIO inure '
rWhil !
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'" i i I bunk and Lincoln" (BSnton,19292)' .. A: rangement'Reception, and Accom- A. Re d. Cisco Texas writes, buyers and "Us mere against loss Blasting. I j .
cine o two sons, Robert mod don and railroad rates etc, will March ,11th 1301:, "My wrist war through congest d markets, lnipropl'r Wells Drilled.: Sidewalk ,
f x and On er.: shot and killed their moth. (Pierce-"Small politician; ot.low capacity be a inounced In a few. days-just as spraIned so >arfly by a fall that It was packing etc.-S Petersburg Sun. and Road Construction.. ;

.a er, Mrs Ulnerv { Gre r, at Fort Black and mean'sllrroundIDgs"Ben'- soon as arrang m-nts now pending cia se'ees: and after using several rl'medlea" P. O.|' Box 453. [Miami Fla.
maTa Each conte da the other fired ton, page :Wi). I '
; irfected. IS LIFE .
I be that filled to
p I give !relief usedlallard's WHAT Vi f
the st Hr Buchanan,-"One of the 'Sma-U Presl thedivialon'staff In the last knows 20,000
6. VII member", o( Stow Liniment and'was<< aDa\rsls nobody '
. I dents|' (Benton, page 292)Tj ,u are requested t' '. In uniform cured. I ei rnestly recommend It to but we do kno..lthat It ice under strict I: Wanted Red Spanish

r Th'ate cap to) t Columbia S. ,C.,' That the President does not excor- a hei e possible to do so. Brigade com'
F It' has been' ] damaged the extent of l late his predecessors- "In office alone,Is !ers will '"request the ,members 'of. SOc, $1.00. old by.Jled Cross Phar- pain resulta I egular living rof'es' II( Slips at' once.

r .$2IOQ() fire wl'icb' tarted In the sec- shown by the"Contempt'l' for ':Many the staffs to. appear in ,uniform! at macy. derangement of the organs,. reulllng'In 'RITTO S21te ,000..

retari'*'1'office ,Mondt y night Others.:as, follows:, this encampment; all officers are' re- Constipation, Headache or Ijlvtr J( II. .A CII 'SLEl14. ,
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-Ii'I. I Congress-Just at this moment Congress ques ed to use every means in their W ALTER C.: DeOARMO, trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills I

,$}; ." Negro preacher of Mllledgevllle; Ga. I in Washington seems" to have" pow< r 'to Induce' a full 1 attendance o quickly readjust! this. It's gentle, yet

bevel(! held a meetii, and' denounced veterans.. thorough. Only 25c. all EYoPEPTllCIDE
both delegates and at druggists. '
made up its,mind that having' provided ja.rplo.lte ct.Ro :. ,.
the ore Dajp'ch be.CsptniR C Tile sassiest aid to I: :
._..' "" .11' for the'fact that we must take care of 7. The press of the State, both daily qiGESTIONKimonos \ ; -
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I the Philippines and of Quba. there"isnot and weeklyIs'earnestly requested ,to -

Asklns! of he !steamship C.ty: to be any army: with "which! to take aid he veterans by publishing' these <>m 4, :Metropolis buildin -. .
r Of Main; arriving t Boston n'pOlu' rare ,of It,-''and that.the armed !resistance and ubsequent orders-andby making Hours j) to [12. Miami Fla. I "
that on[September 6th he parsed an .
1 I Is to; be made by proclamation. edit) rial notes ,of the::date ,and- plgcef .

,abandoned vessel' llt r.flTe miles off Well]\ It'}Is, a little, ,Boul-h'arrowlnguo' \ tie encampment' rates Ftc.Bp ., JENNIE) v.'i'PAItRIS: ;. J Sale 0 O. ;
lie art
si: passed a number -
amain I &nus' have to deal 'with! cattle who take that order of Major-General\ W.? D. *- Stenographer and-Typewriter.Oovrt Sac1fI2-
of sther vessels of '
,1,: tripped' ( view- of the respoas'billty: 'of the na Ball 'nttne, Commanding Florida Di- ,Rfpdrtin,Doo paniti..n. Manifo'dwork ,
by th'e! ,:,ries of a stjorm.-: tion.":-Speech of Governor. New islcjn UnitedConfederate Veterans! Tei:her at Shorthand. Office ,
I 1o i mine P.ovet Bank of Rincayae
i j, York before Syracuse Chamber of Com. FRED L. ROBERTSON" ,,, Hmm W:'ii< tn 13K and Z:..n to ft: I !
FORt SALE.following -
: j Ad utant eneral and Chief staff' R..ldrnd. ::1
The sale' merce. 1899. INew | -! of, f ::: Avenue C. I ;;. I ..
articles for aKes. j .
; I York "New York! has alwa'shad'a t
reryImplements I n asonable prlThree.'mules being the farm It Is more than 1'kely! that the drainage '' t i ii .
f low political standard one or the
etfc o the Royal Palmfarms iterations that will lower the level If i"
other of Its great parties and faction : IF ;
II"i : of C ear Lake1I'not be much longer i
,: I 'BargainReal
I organizations
J and often both or all of I
!! 1 wagon. 1 2-horse 1 them: all'uriimOllt elalea ed., The! rights of,way have prac- I
being at unlovely
'K f H>llhor'B4: pI w, 1 dlak'plo..1' i bodies' of excessively unwholesome y all been obtained, and now allthatils EstateInvestments Dressing: Sacks

r diskbarrow] Ij smbothlng harrow 1l.plowevener required Is the formality of: one
moral 'tone. -Life of Benton. page 81. ,
1 selj 4 uble harness. signature, that of Dr Munyon,who Is ,
j-nltlvator; 1 powder blower 2 The; Quakers "A class of prpfessocaj .'. and
band in urope but who has agreed to the
i band rakes, S hoes. set plow harness, I' ) non-combatants is as hurtful to reposition.: Those who plan 'to tale That AiMTt PrvObUe Reuse Muslin Underwear ;

t 1 set' ruble harness, I'plow even'ers, the real, healthy, growth of a nation up; {the rich lauds on th(west shoreof ., I

$*a.OJ/) Worth garde seed. $9.00 worth I tars,a Class of. fire-eaters, ", for a .weak- ( lear Lake should-tiot delay In, se- I "' I. '
ness or folly Ia as bed as a Ileatats C.tblS; b.. '! aa4 lass, "
alfallai] L pick F b hoes. 2 shovels ,nationally. url ig their sltes;so that lhey'can ATt .
Strawberry plant* vice or 1 >egm clearingopentlonii as noon as' I
Fur b nces and ot er Information. apply Quaker may be quIte' as undesirable a t ie' anal Is dUI;. There are thousand McAUlSTER-BECK: : '
at tie omee'tot citizen u is a du )lls1."Benton.. p. 37. of'Tro waiting '
cm for the settler.leal .
-. 3:01.21milb} Street IttwL: UiJa., CO
1'1' .. L John B. Reilly- Laboring Men-"They (the cowboys) 'Son., ,1 1 iI EJ.V'S.

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