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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 26, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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;: ---L I'I'I To the Honoable' Champ Clark, and than at the presnt t me. It should''be' Dingley. .Tariff:f. invites combi tatlen and] advance in the cost of living. Jncludin I : ,'J

; I j : Others Committee. etc.: I undertaken at once in the Interest of monopoly .and gives Justification to the rent and the necessaries of life Many "
tall our people. express'oi! that the tariff,is i he mother to-day are out ofVork. unable to
Gentlemen,-In my i response ,to [jour secure -
TO MAKE EXTENSIVE : .' committee, at the formal notification I The Dlngley Tariff Is excessive 'in j oftrueta#, f any wages at\ 'II To I alleviate WILL MAK BORINGSJ(

proceedings I referred to some mattersnot many of Its 'ntes. and, aa to them at i for the "aboV&-mentlentjd reasons. these conditions in so' far as' ,;,1s in our

TURNING MftVEMEJ TSGas mentioned In this letter. I desire leant unjustly and oppressively burdella'the among many others the peoi .demand power should be our\ earnest endeavor AND EXPERIMENTS I

: I that these be considered' as Incorporated people. It secures to domestic reform ,oj these abuses anI I 'such reform !

1 herein, and regret that lack of manufacturers, >ingly or in combination demands and should Deceive! immediate TRUST REMEDI s l I ,
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: !. space prevents specific referenc to the privlle ;e of exacting excessive ltentign.The .
I earlierVresponst J '
pointed out in
them all. I wish here. however, againto prices at hone anct1>ricer far twj leading parties h ive always my r: <''

everal Skirmishes Nth{ (flan' refer to my views there expressed above the level of sa es made regularly differed as t((the principle >f customs can the remedy effectually, which be In my JuWment At Old Golf 6 for F. E. G.

is,'to,the gold ,standard, to declare by them abroad wit profit thus giving taxation*; Our party has, : Iways advanced applied, a sins} j

ualtles Reported, 'j J again my unqualified' belief hi' said a bounty to for igners, at the expense tie theory that th< object Isi I monopolies and the ,assurance ai 1 Water Works Co. .
then given that If ""
existing : ,
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: of our own people. It levies oppressive the raising of revenue for support of lairs ,: {
I 1 standard, and to express my appreciation eluding both statute and 1811/' \
": I of the action of the, conventlorin ajid unjust taxes upon many the government w'hatever'other results common / : Ncar. !
-; my ex.ipeitations.
proved
Inadequate .
to
may contrary : ; ,
I to communication articles forming, in n hole or part the Incli entally flow therefrom. The ,
reply my upon .
I I for such further legistlation
i ', j I that subject f. .. w-called raw material! of many of our Republic n party, on the cither hand, within IIValke! the wel'drlvl. '
constitutional limits I :
St Petersburg Sept 'fbe I 261Gen- Grave public questions\ ar! pressingfor manufactured produ:ts, not only: bur- contendsthat, customs dudes should tions, as will best promote and per who Is to make tl'tta'on .
) lenlng tbe'consume b t,1.1110'cloS'ng be levied primarily for so- ; safer
Democratic
tLat th apalese : decision.- The :party projection
eral Knropatkit report guard the interests of for the Florid \
all-the East Coast
'Bblve; to nine appeals with 'confidence to the manufacture the markets he called ,w th revenue as the qubordioateayrrJoye people.I! ,
ext to the '
making' people
; are and t at* seeds and seek abrad.+ Its unjust ; thus using the powei of Whether there Is any common la$ Works Uompan; In connectio .
MuKden, its
these
movement east of ( that,, position on questions : I I which'can be applied and ento'rced
large force of the eneiy$ Is adva.from clng I. will be accepted:and I endorsed at the axatlon burdens th, people generally I taxationproperty 10: build, tip the business and the Federal courts, cannot : deter bj !he Imp emen,a In .the l plant

Liao Yang'by th jway of T, .Iche polls :While the IJuf't: involved are forcing them to pay excessive prices I'r P'f, the few at-. the expense of mined by the ft* !made here, ataed work this
President
by ,
for food, fuel, clothing, ,and other i the many, IIt f'I or a candidate r!
stand }
to Talan Chang, 1 1 numerous, some forth pre I for the presidency. Ing on.,craun aujacent to the a>
the necessaries of 'lIfeJ I |It levies duties! I This difference of principle still sub- ; i
occurredf mind.
, Skirmishes have eminent the public Among The determination of thin' ground. .
articles Lot Im sists. 'butt. our'' party appreciates that fluestiot
and at Inpu Imperialism, on many normally
alley between"of land this rall- these Economical are--Tariff.Administration Reform and Honesty ported in any considerable amount the.long- nunuec policy ,of the country was left by the people in framing! thq Mr.'Walker brought down his at

be.Hun'rq'V' which made extensively aa manifested In Its statutes, makes Constitution, to the Judiciary and not drilling! .
casualties atLADY'CURZOJTS fh' the Public | Service. I shall are home, outfit andVuj make maber'of .
'Court
to the Executive.
The
for, which :the mod Itnecessty that tariff reform shouldbe Supreme.
some extreme protectionist | !
consider these and others experiments; ,
lnpm. 'I briefly of the United States has recently considered with the view Oi:
'would hardly prudently and sagaciously under- '
Justify protective
: wjthln the necessarily prescribed: limits getting
'" and better j waterSiDd
this ,
question, In the
case a greater
- amounts are > scientific
of :' -: taxes,and, which In taken, on principles, to the
CONDlTIp ,this letter.IMPERIALISM. dudes end of the Western Union Telegraph Company :' :quantity,than that,now In use or avail
.. exported. Such have been and that {there should-not be an Imme-
[ I_ London September (' ndlS L will continue to beta direct' Incentive diate revolution ,In'existing jconditlons.: vs. The Call Publishing Company able. In these testa.aenrsf,large iron

TtlMlf of Lady 'Curxon 11' 1m- While 1 presented imyi i, 1 1I'i'at the .to the formation huge industrial ,In other 'words of our platform we to be found in the one hundredand : pipes will be driven, the Idea)being 1o

/ Proved this morning, still very notification proceedings' concerning combinations, ,which, secure from foreign demand "a revision and a gradual reduction eighty-first volume of the United go below the first -
Ithough strata of atone
page and
States Supreme Court ,
;. I this vital issue, the overshadowing Im- competition are enabled ,to stifle of the tariff by thej friends of reports ,at ; \
grave. i : 92 'lt decided that law into the sand 'la11ng
1 common prin- below adla
;ance of ,this question Impels mel domestic and practically to monopolize the masses, and for the common weal \
,,' 'i again. .The Issue is oftentimes I and 5 friends abuses' ciples could be applied by United which It Is believed a much and
THE COTTON MARKET T to It the.,home market r not by the of (pits purer

, ,c -I I ", referred to aa:Constitutionalism It contains 'many duties" Imposed forth its extortions and dllCrlml aUona." States court in cases Involving Interstate better> water,will.. be'secured if this,

New York September S .-Fi turea vs. Imperialism. express purpose only; as was openly ,It is .true, that the Republicans, who commerce in the absence of. falls the well,wi I be continued through\
opened weak; September. J070J-Octo( If we would: retain our liberties and avowed/of furnishing ,a, basil for' the do 'not admit In their platform that United States statutes specifically c v.eril1c' the next stratareasonable \ '
froc:1t., ana so oa to \ ,
the Such
the
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case. law the
_. bar; 10M; November; t060. ; December.r constitutional lights unimpaired, we reduction by means \jot reciprocal:trade ,, the Dingley Tariff leeds'1I slightest! or \ .

1065; January. 1070; ,March.. April andin cannot permit or tolerate,"at any time treaties," which:the Republican admin altaraUoc'an.J1ktlx." =q..yejainama: land.M>I B_' *, dept or until good' waterha \

May,1075; ;" June. 1078:1] Argust,I 1 178. or for, any purpose ,the abrogation of ,Miration,*'Imnlledlyjat? .least promisedto jortty of the Federal Senate throughout -HtaJintOOl'i /.* t.aFailing.Jn **fc JW( i k,'\ -.-:.

I '. unconstitutional powers by the execu- negotiate." Having;on this! promise the, next Presidential! term, and In my address to the Notification one place, won ; be
SENATOR HOAR'' '' \ i
DYING. : tive branch of Our government We i secured ,the Increased ,duties, the,Republican could, therefore If they: chose' 'block Committee I said that tariff ref ..m "is sunk at other, .places and point abort,

-r. .t should be ever mindful' of the. wordsof 1 1Vebater"Llbert1,11 party leaders, spurred on by every attempt *t legI! UvejreUef. But demanded b'y the' best interests of both the, city, and ,If la believed the COIII- \ ,
-- Worcester. Mass. SepfcmbeJ k- \ only to be preserved protected In threats! I defeated the,treaties it' should be remembered that the Republican manufacturer and consumer" With !
Perry will have no trouble In acoom. :,
Senator Hoar U In"a stupor this frprn- by maintaining Constitutionals negotiated by Executive. Mid party) includes many revision. equal truth It can be said that the "

leg and'did not take food or medfclne i' restraints and a Just division of political now_ these same Interests cling to' the ists., and I believe It will shrink from benefits of reciprocal: trade- treaties pliHhing the desired purpose.In .t;

, ,during the.night Th;j enj :is Im- powers.: benefit of these duties which the people defying the popular will expressed unmistakably would enure to both. That the con- describingthla| work Mr. Walker

;, mediately expected i ', Already the national government has Never intended the; should ,have, and and peremptorily it the sumer would be helped Is unquestionable. said this morning that .Un-inch pipes
, I 1 become centralized beyond any point to which they hav no moral right, ballot box'' L'I That' the manufacturer would will be used fortyi The i first straits 01 rock j

: ANOTHER RAILROAD. TRAGEDY.a' contemplated! or' Imagined by, the I Even' now the 'argument: most frequently I The people demand refo I receive great benefit by extending: his averages eet in thlckn-. and _

,." ---1: ,11 founders of,the ,Constitution., How urged In behalf'of the Dlngley ing 'conditions.. Since the Hast Democratic markets abroad hardly needs 'demon it Ia below this that water I. expected :

Peoria, HI. September 2(5.( -As re- I tremendously all this has added to the Tariff,'and against jtarlff reform generally administration .the post of livingfhas'grlevously stration.' His productive. capacity has to be found. The secord strata of .1

" ,sultof, a washout onj peiBu 1 rllpgtonjpjuaen power of the President! It has devel- Is the necessl! caring for our f Increa I'd. Those outgrown the home market ,The very I rock lays-a few feet deeper, Mid about ,:q

r railroad ,near Elmwoojl, two: oped from'year to rear until 'it almost Infant industr.es. f.f.o. ) of,these industries bavmg;fixed Incomes' have [1IfercI': term "home' market," has changed (nits the'nch sam as the ant, though \1

j. ger coaches. 'were ditched today.One equals that of many,monarchs., 'While after'a hui years of lust pare keenly, ;' those, livipg on, wages; If there significance. Once, from the manu,' dally machine! Is' eape- _)
I. thlCkr'S8 ,
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was killed, three fatall'ud the growth of ,our country and the growth looming. u'p.as, industrial baa been any increase. Know that such facturers' point of view It meant expansion << wells, ant

elTe 'seriously Injured! The, reck magnitude of Interstate Interesta maysee'm giants' In.' their ace? at' least the increase has'] not kept pace with the ; to-day the marvellous growth appreb nd In I getting

,. occurred at Klckapoo4reck., ;; I to furnish a plausible reason for i of our1-manufacturing industries bib through' 1st .,
t, I n. The work being .dope under Ute ,j
this centralization of power,'yet these far exceeded!" the consumptive capacity
'; AT REDUCED' ;WAG same 'facts afford the most potent reason FIFTY-ELGT PERSONS KILLED of our'domestic markets, and the term supervision ,of }Ir, ,A. Baur.,chief en:1

J, I' ( why the executive should not be 'j; I I:'home, market" Implies contraction, proving g1neer In ud chare enlarging of, the the wlrk: 01 Im'I

a Chicago; september [26.-Wor i will< permltt d 'to encroach upon the othe rather' than expansion. If we would water-work8' ii
,< be resumed after a brief idleness In the departments of the government and run our mills to their full capacity, system and.w Ilelt.is: ('la3I1ecs' &It ":.

." carshops at Pullman I' Twc',tit usand assume, legislative 'or other powers ON E'JNUNDRED _SIXMO INJURED r thus giving steady employment to our experiment ud at resent the real ...teatlon s:

,men will,be put to work at wagei from not expressly conferred by the Constitution workmen and securing to them and to objec Is'to get, different,

: ten,to twenty per cent!less, than those the ,manufacturer the profits accruing water.and'base of supply than that ''j a

,previously paid. 1.1 i | I The magnitude of the country an ;- ) success It III that large
eon-
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!its of Intereaband'"popula kets must be found. Furthermore, :'
, ..- -INJUNCTION REFUSED, Uon diversity'wQuld enable a determined ambitions In Southern.RailaJTrain Wreck Near Knoxville, Tenn Last Satne when our-jnanufacturers, are dependenton dull mains tbable ,from the welts .ti
to the pumpln ud there
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COD-
\1 and able executive, unmindful raw materials in whole or part ", --1
,, New York, September :f -+I Supreme of constitutional limitations '1n4 urday-Awful Catastrophe Caused by Failure of 0 of l imported, It as vital to the extension tIned In a reservoir from which It wlU' ,
,Court Justice'McLeari has ,refused the be taken by the engines MId distributed :;;2
" traln- fired with the lust of power, to go fai the Train Crews to Obey Orders. of their markets abroad that they'secure over the city '
application for an Injunction i { I 1l,
authority their materials the most favor- 1
in the usurpation of and th< on
Cluj Jrom This expert ental
fug the Brooklyn Jo lcey wort: wlU Ukely
able terms
aggrandizement of personal... power be .
running race at. Oraveseni n the '' occupy severaltmontb and f. a matter -
'situation could be fully appreciated t ( J Our martyred President, William
the
fore ,
Nothing showJtted. : of much to the '
grounds that there :Is U importance city..for ';
I or the people be.aroused. Knoxville, September 26.-An official The following list of th llIead other, McKinley, appreciated this situation. It _
that crime w about to bn com means a better ud a greater apply I
The Issue of Imperialism ,which hai Investigation of tb i terrible wreck -on than those previously reported: He pointed out In his last 'address jto
or water If
'and,that the Court W,no po1 er to : It i4 I possible to secure it
been thrust upon the country involve I Unknown man with initials "C. B. the people that w4 must make sensible : "
priffl'ises. tad
the Southern rail Saturday morning -
grant an Injunction, such, ;
lq the lam on Masonic pin I if "we' shall LEGAL
' a decision whether the law of trade arrangements extend PAPEr.S. '
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near New loiarret hay i'roven that ;' ...
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PICK, BY /MOONL1G IT. or the rule of Individual caprice IshaJ Unknown, child two years of age. I the outlets for our Increasing surplus t -- -
WILL '
catastrophe i
-i govern The principle of imperialist! the was due to an 'entire Mrs. S. W. Campbell. Mrjlmwk, Tenn. ." ,He said! "a system which provides I The followfn'papers were filed for
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"f' September jSS-iTh-I :Cotton- may give rise to brilliant; startling disregard of the Orders calling for a James Cunningham K1i vme, fire a mutual exchange of commodities record In theT nerk's" office! Circuit I,

; Augusta. section dashing results but the principle meeting, of the trains at Hodges by the man. Is manifestly essential to the'continued Court, to-day: iWarranty I
of this areto pn paringon .
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I planters : dot by Democracy bold. in check the brillian crew of west-bound train No.' 15. Asa : S. K. Conrad, engineer .. and healthful! growth of our

start to-night :picking t Of the Executive and subjects him to th result fifty-fourjdead) bodies have T. C. Emmett, Johnson ('itt! Tenn. export trade. The period of exclusiveness deed: H. Rlucnel 'to Andrew ,
moonlight This U.Ott>> a'101 th been ik and Gardner and chit ICooxvllle. W., for I14* Math half :
control of one Mary
sober; conservative' J ; i is past The expansion of
of the picker. end a bonusonvsun I I I lot 'a. ,
t1 InjureI Gail tp. 45, south, range '
hoseorking: f people: hundred and twenty have been Mrs Kura Hill, Gaffney S C. I our .trade and commerce Is the pressIng I
will be paid
, 43. east
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I The people of the bolted Stat taken away for treatment. ; : Ruth Hill and Mrs. Sarah Hill, Gaff.iney. problem. Commercial wars are,
down to midnight: j 1 1 1 .. ", Warranty deed.Alonxo' J.
7, i stand at ,the parting of the ways. Shal I '--- -, S. C.Unknown. I I! unprofitable. A policy of ,good w nI .I Koto, et >;'
#: jjnfcs.Mr. follow the ..footsteps of our father i Knoxville' 'September 26,- woman with ; : ux. to Mary E. Lowe for 11,500. lot
we and friendly relations will prevent re-
f DEATH OE W, }{ were : t' | 11. block 89. Main "
" :.. I I along the paths of peace, prosperit' Nine' funerals held 'here to-day lion "Harry to Anna" arT i prisals. Reciprocity treaties are Jn '

} '. W. F. Alcpa i twentyyesler- and contentment, guided .by the eve .and others are scheduled for tomorrow : s'1. to A. T, H.. Dec. 9t' !l harmony with the splrjt;! of the times; Warranty (jeed. N. Bouchard aid

three and unm!rrt d rled living spirit of the Constitution whlc i all'the result the Southern railroad ,- Children Mrs. James King, Knox- i measures of retaliation are not" wife, tQ O. HJ Shone for $75, Iota .S3
years
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'day at 11:30 o'clock' at I1" ifter a they framed for us, or ,shall we g) I: wreck near !few Market Saturday I illle. I 1 I This argument was made In the'In- and 67, Cocoanut GroveLetter .
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" abort Illness. Mr. Richard* wa a son along other and untried paths hlthert i morning The Southern'railroad's official James Mills, North Carolina.Mrs. f terest of our manufacturers whose pate tll, State of Florida to "
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' of Mr. and Mrs A.,Cj.jRlqbaids; of thisthough shunned by all.
1: city, and himself resided her*, Ideals which, though' appealing wit this morning' aggregate* fifty-eight I't nOwn., I I t that:the problem of more marl of fifth paragraph* to read ta sab- '"
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engaged In business]at Larkja. brilliancy to Imagination and' an persons killed aid one hundred and I J.W. Spencer, Mansfield. C.i I kets requires our urgent and Immediate stance: '"That a board of director to, ', j'

The body was brought to MH 'I this bltlon. may prove' a will a' the win >. sixty-two Inj1 red. ._ i ,Two white men, identitt unknown I attention." He: had come j ito the number of three shtll be electedat

,?morning: and the; funeral too place leading us Into difficulties, from whlc i: Officials of"the oad :-liee Investigating t't'I Birmingham, Septembe!, 26.-A body, I realize that the so-called "stand-pat": j meeting-: ] of the rtocknohtera,

T 'this'afternoon at sio'clockfr, th. it may be impossible to' extricate oui ; the wreck said that tae toad would supposed,to be that of L. S Fox* vies I policy must give way-that,there mist* which shall .be held on the wooed S.

. selves without lasting Injury to oir make'settlements with the injured and Um of the, Knoxville wre jkr and which be a reduction of duties to enable our Monday of Jnjy of each year, and that '. Tout

inter-went { national character: and Institutions with the famlll and frionds of' the t})was shipped here for' : ant' proved manufacturers ,to cultivate foreign/ of, that .body the ,preridgat.-- ,:

: rndertaker H. )L KIng; ,THE TARIFF AND TRUSTS., dead, \\o be the wrong has been markets. The last words of this President tary and treasurer shall tc,efaeted." "
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ber of, friends of 0'I" C't-nlf,the Tariff reform Is one of the cardini 1 The wreckage has been cleared 'from ''shipped 'back to Intme ',' and the'o -who had won the.affection of krts Notice- of I en. McCehej 4 Son n.

family attending th| pay: principle of the Democratic faith..an 1 the track and trains are now running I( friends'and relatives Fpx have R. S. Wilson and Ralph Worthington '

1=::y ;:!bate to the dead: the necessity for It was.neter great,* rb I through uninterrupted. '-, gone there to. find If possible- '; (Continued on page. four.) for material the sum of $294.01.w j.

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DIB>CTOBTibPEEYElrOTJUDOE& Cheatham. J, H.' .Patterson.. 8. L. I WHAT IS LIFE? [' I MORNING IN JAPAI.bforo !,. '

u i T Conrad J.' A.Parrial .;Allan R. f In the last analyst nobody knows I I BargainshF] G Groves

; i I : J. O.dark. .' I Rhode. B. W. |, but we do know that It Is under strict .Br.ak' aat the Household Work I ap6frUit
Ckle1Ju: lee: C. Abuse that law. For (h. Day I. Don..
.M...B.F.Caner Taylor,A.weta-.rU".U_ .. P. C Rose fReUlyJj j law. j : even: slightly, .

..H.Xabry.. :Anoflai Juettee. olBdait Duke.' Gaston ; B. I i pain result*.' Irregular living means The ancient practice of arising Eight Grapefruit Groves three to'fivevean; old In floe condition for sale

CO.mak CouaJudgeaboald tlem.eaa.yettho Mat boaddreaie Douglas E. B. ".Rush.Dr.{ W. B. derangement of the organs,1 j resulting with the sun tis still kept up by many at Arch Creek station. These groves are;located on avenue lined with palm.. '

r jTHapranw 'JL I 'II IIu. 'II I Dorn. J.: K. Rumple. Bdw. in Constipation, Headache or IJvtrtroubk of the Japatese outside the big cittea. Al_o twenty acre now being set out.These groves are budded to the eboloetl '.

1 fATOU. Erwin, W. W. Raulerwn. C. B, Dr. King's Now Ute Pill variety of fruit. Titles>perfect. Will take pleasure in showing.thi property

I .r..Jaaet i*.TanialeiTO' ,JackbPS'Uk- Enloe: Dr.'G. Rump Gen quickly readjusts this. Its gentle yet At 5 in he morning Ihoji.J are to prospective purchasers.It j I' .

.OB.Otepbea L Mailory.renaacola. Frissell. O. C., Saffor L.'B. thorough Only %5e.- &t'aU druggists. pushed slig tly part ann bright U a well-known fact that grapefruit tree are more prolific and-reliabl '
: i JU.S.Colte S.' 'SewelL E. G. ,
j I W88MKF.. Flanagan, R.
f bearers than .other
any variety of the citrus
and
aamily realize least
j faces look, the cast. "Oha at double
fl
J
I II I I : toward )?
r.FlntDMrirt. (en.iMln( the But;CoaMh- Frederick. J. S. {&1xelbr: J. Q. Russia has at last come to a reali- !" G the-prlce of oranges. A four-year-old grapefruit grove, if properly eared fbr
Ohayo ( morning, or more
W.rvol.lkju Franz J. & fiulrner C;. FGerlack : xatto qc qcof the fact that the Brltleu should all needed expense. .
eoood Dittnet- oq. B. M. Spartan X; P. | Julius literally, "I is morning!") Fays thepolite'Japn pay while ot j tl1U years of age, it should be pay
.. '. ;j i Smith. mission to Thibet was not such a ing's per cent or more on a valuation of $$,000 per acre. From one grapefruit
I Glrtman. James B. ese, and Lows with .
F.
KAILHUAUL K18SIOJlEU. \Stoneman. harm jess little affair t.ftera and tht great tree General flaxen sold 1120 worth of the(fruit.P .
"I! Oomph. C.-w R. Suiter. A. E. / friendliness and appreciation to the .
> term of the treaty forced by ColunrlYoun
J.P B. Browne, K West, Chairman.K. -. Canner, ,T. N. ShaDJun.: M., big yellow 000 pushing its JOHN
H.Burr.UHU WI. r husband.'hlch'. !'have, just be- g way up- H. VVELSB: :.
Graham. S., John / "
.L. Uorfka.Jaipcr.i. SewelL ward in th sky. A murmuring of
.C.Du....Madlwn. Clerk. come known have stirred the Russian
Garthslde, C H. IL 0. BOX 26. miami IT-
Headquarter and oDeet of thfCBoard iTklUiiuMe Seymour.-R. to a high stall. .of exeftetnenCreat voices run through the bo se. .
[ I I Gramllng. J. C. Sawtelle. J. P. press Down in th kitchen the''noisy maid- ':
lirerlt Britain Is !!everely le-
| |I U. S.CC Mt I88IQNKR.: Gallatt. F: !Shaw.'H. B. servant males herself! heard. She u
j I I B, noun ed for alleged misreptesentatinnof 3
R. B.' R.
Oantler, Taylor / scolding little of assist
Joha B.jaelUyM(1 'Turnage J.'L her real/Intentions in Thibet, It Is her army
Griffing, A. M.Glrtman. WiNDOWandDIDOR
ants, for she, the! chief servant' and
8EAIO3. ;;.DISTlllcr. W. H. Tatuu B. B. hardy! probable that UusDla-.will feelcalledupon i'
::r&. : sod Dad .OOUIIUOL) } cook, has an assistant, a boy.of seventeen FRAMES!
Hare, J.- H. Tatnm. J. H.Watson. to do aD'thlnAbut, gro,1a ;;'whcj in.turn has a small boy

Mon L IN.Wmlc ;,; P tla Beach. H111.;L E. ',; j lItIle.< as (he Bear has a' cut all h? in turn likewise has .' "

DAD COUNTY 1BPaE8ENTATIYg.VuhsfrjW.K I :. Hunter. J. O. c. H. \ to In the fighting I t line justat an assistant; a still smaller boy. The il. ,'r.., ., /:

fu .tortiWDITCO Hill .;William, 'Whorton, F. H. present., ',' chief servant scolds them all thor f ,

I iis1:' ,hr, OFFICER Hetherington, II: ....White.! E. UHeyser t. oughly. She would like to' shake We aTe, making hundreds of Frame,* everymonth for the .
A. E. Wall, 'A. I RHEUMATISM' : :? into their : leading eat.
County Jodice A Ira t Bo.r.Miami. IT. more energy lazy, sleepy tractori and we should make them for
>on. W do it
.County AUonir7-J [1t.8&IIcler.lllalDt. Hall; W. W.' WbM r. H. T. Wien pains or Irritation exist: on bodies. "Hurry, for the okusama cheaper and better
olUlrealt Ooart and Recorder ol DmdiK.C. / Our lates Improvement \f
-Clerk. Dearborn.o-.IIt OroYeo -I Hahn F. W. Worley, GVA-' any,|rrt of, the body, the :applcatloo (august of the house) will be the use of Bro'nxed Finish 'Ball Bearing Steal '

abottS-Jcbntokorlk.Ul.mL Hughes W.- D. JOTlson. J.:L of Ballard'a Snow- Liniment glvsapro down ." She sends them 'Sash Pulleys'and. yon should Insist, on !getting theM In your. frame. WfeM
'I
.ColleoloraTaaa-' "jt. .". Hardee. Cocoa I', Horner J. W. ..Woodworth.1..J.' F. pt relief.. E.-W.. .ulU van.Prop.. hurrying lair way and that, one to yon have any building. to do write,to'. UM
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.aMMr cTuarjM.emltb.Yiamtl H..llIu1e.lamL': > Jones ILB.I, Wilson,. R. S.'Xtmanlea. Sall' II'Hone, El Reno, 0.;T.. write draw water one to prepare : EAST COAST :

County'freannr-C.' yep'rdUBuenoaVlFayubllc ,InitracOBZ.T '. Kolh LA..; J. I C. U June 6. 1902:' '"I take pleasure la recommending the dining room, onto sweep LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

Board of- Count OonmlMioBer*-G o. W. Bollard' Snow Liniment the verandAs, open the shojis and let Eau ..Gallfe. Florida
.
r AleherDopitvr L.h.JtCbatrman.West: R. X. McDonald.Palm Beach FnUordJoBBaevelCwiamt ; 1' C. PUTS AN END..TO IT ALL;; to cil who are afflicted! with rheumatism in the niorping sunlight and air, and f

; H. A. Belcher. Ooeoanul !. It II the,only remedy. have she herself sets to work upon the -P
*1'091; E.Co Dear"", Clark sod Auditor ol Immediate reUetI cooking.. '(
.Bud.Hiaml. wall ofttmea found that give
'I A' grievous come u B J
ciRCtrrr COCKTOF| ] BEVENTH JUDICIAL result of unbearable pain from OTer- 2So.|I &Oc; $1.00. Sold ,by ",,Red Crone Thus in Jthe' hours when the average "

l ilCUtCUIT.. taxed organa.Dlxzlaeaa.. Backache Pharmacy. :western servant is sleeping the J. A. Robbins & 'Co
I.
(tabraelnc Dade kad o&hIrtIeL) ''il{ Japanese servants do all the housework .
Y' ctnIII\I..IIJIIot.I.-Tltwine.rtveeeminf Liver complaint and Constipation. But 4
Atttner 4.D. Bern.Orlando. thank to Dr. Kln 'B New Life Pfll. Albany. (N.. Y.) Argus (Dem.) for the day. Before.Breakfastthe r ,
Clerk of Coon-KiXX JeubCInI.x1aaI. like housework: is don When the .
'
very Theodore Roose- EEarnessan.c:1'Carr.1ase:
is
Court oMTeoaMowtaf *oa Fin all.. nJ : "It
Fall Tom of OlieoU they put an end to it They are
'
Monday UBpnaK Horember. honorable I lady of the house de- I "
.attar Fourth them.. veltl after haying In his books and a
Twm.. Monday attar Fourth gentle but thorough. Try Only scends:to he honorable downstairsthe
...da, to April./ I II 25c. Guaranteed by all druggists. speeches vilified and belittled .Jeffer- DepQS1tO1.
: DADS'boujtrr COOK son) Jackson Van Bur n, Tyler, and rooms shine in cheerful morning Quality remembered
: after is :
welcome t9 her; breakfast is on the long price ;
__ Eo BefMr.MJaaL
I e. A petition Is being numerously many other: former occupants .of the
pr.reaia.a A & rae r'J T.8aa4ere.At.amLgTeemF1It I lacquered trays which stand on feet
r.sr signed asking the County Commission presidential oQce. to cry 'You mustn't '1 forgotten. :
1I< .
,,.- ,",e.dy la air. 'en to pay $50 each to Shed and Walter attackthe, President'when legitimate breakfast; however, the okusame )
Fall w-hWlloa4abI October. Howard, the negro menwho] captured arguments are advanced'showing his
oAtxEarnxK looks into the various rooms with Quality Bargain
I
C,11IAEDOPFI'/ Wash Bradley, the black fiend. There unfltness by his record. It Is very like the of the ; ,, akerthe
experienced
N...,CIIDb-. fir. ,should be no hesitancy In paying this Alton B.,Parker to take no'notice of searching eye I
Q .Iti. houseke Itr., If all is well she sweetly 4185, XSr lit2x Str.t. gym. -
tUC'l'OBT' reward. The assistance of our color attacks him-however vile-except :
t i.'OBU.tB upon enters the dining room and her. r
<''A"O' ... 'ftJI tinth -. in aiding In of
vyprOa.et ed people fhe.e&Jture! to the Democratic. literary
IDOfII1q It clot to say self waits, :upon her husband and
eJl811, *.r!a&S.adrj",.etoelLl 'BapCl d -., criminals of their own race is so rare. bureau.1 'let. there be none, of this.tom parents and forthem "the
psoJ.tJllloa at t ....:f'nrer.eetl1ll8. that a substantial testimony of our *" .. pours .
All In eordlallylaBTAJTTOB. ward opponentt ', morning jtea.-Onoto Watanna inHarper's '
.__ r DIcha,1I''IO.! .
... be .
I te a.tM Farter. appreciation should given: We Weekly. '

Emooru.I BOCTM. Uoroer Are want our negro population to understand I 111'1"1'1 'COOLEY J
C lad Wedneo HORN'ER "
meeUn
may allM Ilk p.m atnet-PT".?' Sunday Behoa IS ,...III : that If, they are peaceable and j To 111 Friends of Organized Labor. j ., Astonished the Barber. : &
1'rieehlD IS 11 aa.: IpwOff".eane at amp lawafciding they will,be protected, and 1 .
lories i
FUUWOOD. Many i have been told of t"
Pre.ckiXatAO sC r !IJ"
So'; J'utor.If. that, It Is the.criminal j lall8,- whether. I ,We respectfully request that twins, bu this, which cropped up in The Real Estate nd BentalAgents:

.macRo! 0criDer Arseee 0 aa3 ,11thhl white or black, that eye 'y good citizen ,upon entering any. store to West Philadelphia, is the latest. I

.45 I at'.o'elnet na .at. mt Tea Saadqi p- ... is', IDtpr, ted'ln hunting down. Life ; make a purchase you .kindly :' Out in the'district of the very Schuylkill I2 rii Street. .::::;: Opposite First'National Bank.

=: tu'Lm.r e:; ':1 R m.: JIIDlnrlpwortll!: and property are sacred and must be i .cask the clerk to show. yon, his lire '
.pm-lPrayermeetingwedtteted.l Union Card. i(women, twins!, and it is .. 1.-.. .. "... 1 ,
"U.rae.SI_.Ia.at.'lOOO' :ADat.Web..e. pO ected.LeY1'Count] Times-Demo I only with difficulty that their friendsare
.
isa, ,1"; j, L.A.sartv.Puter.Tai crat: '", LOCAL'm. able to.tell" them apart: One b ; r
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'rn c."J.. EAeooe B aD4'JOtIl ; Retail Clerks' International ,
'---i- .
morning of the twins went to
o'clock "DclaJ rne a }
streeta1oc.lo.IPtaftr.II' ; t >
j jI ,
MIamLCOPY. '
I IIfoboOll'l L III.. 'YeDm( >n>7erlaoi WMnet CURES SCIATICA. J Protective" Association, barber shf p to'get !shared, and a new .
-r '411 "DIDI "::'!''f; Holy EuchirlM.: seer? tit. J ; (. J I I' I' J r 1 i I I' I I P9e. _00 t"Npy !* ."" "" 'I" "
lIuaM,III m"fttb.1! FI"t and tblnlIIIIId", aLaletreaa4 ) barber sljaye ,:_: eeod and tf.....Mft at inn. 'il 'L D 'Cuba noon the other twin went to 'nI.oR.EE '::E3 OS.
aut a;Lao''D.. r B. FDLLKK. Reotp? Rer.; 1* W. Riley. I r.1 .
f{ p.aaITTflTAet'ra.orr IItrfltot rod Avenue A-! New,York, writes: -After fifteen days In II I the Circuit Court of the Seventh same shop and placed himself in
8un.1 morning at 11 clock, ; barb r's chair. The barbet I' '
aYe new
FwarhlaiTT exrnclaUng-paln <
of fromj sciatic rheumatism '
"' ."oerr ey.oIq at':Ir.. judicial Circuit of florrda'Withinand KINDER/LOU. GA. 14
.W.FARIJIol'utor4 various ed at the man and then went over to
11W141
W
," ;: I nil-' under : treatments,'I was for Dade Count/. ...
<"R.mn t1C"J.n..J'tIOcIlTY, ( iwH at Mif *. Induced to try' BalIu: ,5 Snow Llnl- ,;j 1 In Chant y. the'boss $f the shop."Boss.lhe'said I ; ._Make ==
A. t'. rrr',at a"argon l[ Are. and Bay tweet + "I think I'll I .r' I
DtlaY'' : me"t; the first appllcaiiqn'giving my ank of Bay Blschrat. a Corporation. go

1:" ''t'1t'1TM! "flrst: relief tnd the seco: ,entire relief.I Complainant, vs. Stuart H. Hale; De- home. I j fucis there's" something,the 1

JKIAM7 '3OAOP. TRADE. .. can.give It unqualified retwmmendati" feadant" ,' ,1' |I -j' matter" with me. '' Kinder Lu| Crates. I
1Vhat the
'.' Prealdent. WDUara M. araf. -. i ? 25e., 60c.: and top- Sold. by "ii .Order of Publlcat OIl.I a matter? inquired I
the bos .
Vlce-PreaMent. T. V. Maratta .1
nrt Pharmacy..
: Ked Cross application! of the mplafn'.n',
;, cad Ttco-Frftaldoot. J. E.. I>qmm a., : \ I non" "W llT. replied the barber,' "seethat :
SecrttaryTnaaurer., Ej V' SUcfaaaa.' -r- by its,solicitors. Pattersom Evwln, maii in.my chair? I shaved Chase & H rney'Dliami

Dt B.,Tatum. The.Brevard County 'elephone Company itI;I appearing from the affidavit of W. him'only) this morning,'and here he
Board of O<>** riocB W.' )L< Brawn, has,been chartered. with a,capital of the solicitors, ,
W. Erwin: one
it .' T. Vxoon.l.; liimmuB, A., 'R. Bas build and |operate : said\ is with two days' growth of beard.I .i Sell Kinder Lou Cra .es all over Dade County
ot: 15,000 to a tele-: fo' said 'complainant, that the refend-j :

_f>onU.-J: John R. R Sewrj"W. Hahn.. ,W..W.' phlne line from Cocoa td Eau Galile, !ait. Stuart IL Rale.- has been absent i f ffrtn guess. quit.PhiladelphiaPresti. & \ ...8....... e ..... .....e..8..8._ ...'.... .i s

i'- 4-" ;; JBTANDtNO CpMM1TrEES.LAS .outh"ard. fifteen miles from Cocoa to the_ .county for mot j than sixty SlI'I1 --- --, ,
rs-Ann4; W R ; Patterson. 8.: 1.: Titusvllle. northward., twenty, miles, aye :next preceding they application 'i of.Habit I: : --'J -: -----------

f'. .. Ban era,. Jams 1T.J Seymour. K. H.; and to Courtenay, on lerrlttg Island, fpjr this order of,publication! and that ,.I call a bargain counter -. "----. . .., . ... ......... ......

WorleY. O..XJ J B. K. : :Jacltu.' TW ten miles, and south to Tropic fifteen the''residence of said Stuart H. Hale laiuiknown -acqu mtanee," said the floorwalker '-'
: BR1lJOE8- : '
.; aha.. F. W.; M. C J.! FrederickJHMALTH 'miles; to lay cables'screwssnrt Indian river and that there Is no person ] ai he tipped his hat gravely F Wj-IAHN.

; B&rlTARY-Jaek.on 1 other'' navigable s ;reams. H., S. t In! the State the service of a subpoena' to the g -who went [,y. I

-\"D \ \\- lllltms. Joseph Pub> G. S. Hardee.. tnl chancery upon whom would bind the y."b-\ that?" queried l his companion ,

J. JH Jr.! rtou W.; Enlo' ,UU- J. S. Jones and R. N. Andrews' theincorporators.Tituaril defendant. Stuart 'It, Hale-"andat" ;- Architect and Builder
,
,. H. K.'Rt'ER8' ,
JeliPIIt1"lanapll.!; : 9-5 KIn .
AXD t RBI RS-GarOMde. e Stju t the _said Stuart H )Tale Is"a. "Well b 'r8Uge'\t first, you see, I I It

s qn of over: trrcnty-one: yens! of ag per'-t we are brcat friends; went everywhere I now have in my c ploy one of the best? I
PREVENTED.: .. draftsman in the S mth.
SUICIDE : i Is:therefore ordered that the .said t get -notes and flowers and-am better-
jet
JtALR4Dg D mFIGHTS 5(liiart H.. Hale"b aad 1* hereby- all the t me,and all that, you know ". ,.prepared than evert for .fnrnUbing' plans I.;
lk| II. C. D.; Lummua.AT. 1 and details> lor goof buildings, fine-cabinet
E.
The' ctanllng annoui cement that a 'red'to But aft r awhile things began to l'
to the Bill of Com-
McDonald. J. A. t appoar work, etc. 1 Headquarters
) { ; now
Enrln.jWn. apt i
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UraJt RmpS..B, ntton. 11:. T.; :Cbeat' prevt! itlve of suicide h'been discov- plaint[ filed in the said cause, on'or' i change: We didn't see much of each for urned -work i croll sawingand' all ,
.1
1" KDougN.Jximanl .; ra.-y:. 8.;. OIlUt.e. T. end, will Interest'man' ,: A run down hj: fore Monday, the 3rd day of October! i I'I'f other, aDd' the notes were few rarid:;' work. usually J dope in 'iRar CLASS ,

.', aJ! C. :. system; or despondc: cy, 'Invariably D..1904. ?
A< ( CUL"pREacllrw.\ E. v'4.. prec'de suicide, and.something': hasbeen'found '\f! bill will betaken as'! confessed, bj'isaid : get n'plnothing ,,look wren I pass by, order \ -r
A.M
t,1 Uor F. a:;1 Tat itn. J. H f.G'rUr.nrr. IIJd but ice cold ,
e. J. I. that will P event that con- t e defendanL''; i iIt t an. nod.') So Sendmeyour for doors .and win

PUBLIC:.1Pona.; B1.1IJ: : I 'iNO8-Horn J W: d'.ttoj: which makes EUU tide likely.. At II Is further ordered that this order you see here i is only a remnant'left ,!ow'., frames ballusters, brackets etc.' i

ttuJpe. ''K. il: KWlly, J. B4 Sewell. e first:thought of self-destruction.; i 'published! once a week fpr esht"con-f J of the o acquaintance, and that is and ,
whyl laiverelegated'it to the J. be convinced |I" MIAMI FLA
Johp4! Wnoletj H. I T. tote Electric Bitters i.being a great cutive w'eeksjn "The Miami Metrop-1 >ar- \ '
._y ''UF \ Oleo 'C: toclc'and acrrlne will! itrengtben the published' In gam co nter.- Detroit Free,Press.Animilt. ..... .. .. .. ...... ... . .
a; JoIodre T. AmRP'-Fr\81le; : ; Roodiaa R. t!is, a newspaper thej I Iunt'of } -
w4 ttoUy : n-frvcs end build up t ie system. It's Dade and State of Florida :|' Fight if They Can't Run. -- :-- I,

"' ECtCATiONAlj-Burdtne: V. M.; also a'greitStomach"r. Kidney and ) Dated this 8th day of XugtisC: :, A. :D t The' #
; otsom'ljepecies
1 Ijsrhting propensities! :
: Ba'[ TV1. W.t'Ga'itler.' Redmund'B. iJ t'l' : ? ., Oaly].Site. Satlsfiedrugsina. .: 04. :wit-i[ "F. '
four dumb fellow creatures
airRtes
Labile.. A. IU: Saielby,]: J. 04 Smith : ,
: "
'rtba guaranteed ,by'aU t pu ct.1. E, c. DTARBoim. ; their L ; I
1uJ .; KolbJ:A. ;r.( .1 lia\'e\b\; developed by i un- ,
o. ; Clrcult'overt
IMMlGRATlON'-Blackraan. E. Seal ). Clerk of.he wieldui es and the consequent iffi.ulty -

tlorrc. F. Bj I (,*Tat in. J. H. Dora;;, i. IU I |Tbe. Galveston Ne II (Dem.) sass! in and for: Dade County,'.F1oris. -' 1 off[esca iping the pursuit of their i

H-4tier. J. W,, I IRTAINMI .W. "The prophets declare |that ;wheat.wll -:", encmicicalled and! the naturalist Linn uJI Via -

nBT..Rbot'M. R. ;. sal/ :to $2: t bushel, 'Then we turn "\0ma'rkf't ?atterson j Erwin.So ttention to the suggestive ,
: Bub._ :;. e: oiTtnaWv.c. H: n-UI ''
$I.; 8ew.niJohuJXDVKRTlSlNaTMum the reports tsilver i see how' raw !t.1lon, for,t>omtll (narL"I I circuni;"|:ante that "short '.l<'igedmon.ke'f The L. N.'R.

', B. .B.: Sti noan. stands. and it Is either standing '""r I i are braver than' the long & R,

1". B.:,'Bytaf1oa.) E. T.: Blackman &.UJl;! or falling. When oh, where are .. NOTICE.. nes." The Falstaffian, mo- ,. ,

t t WBoUMrtaitM.. M.'.f.TBI those maps they: used* o parade before [n the Circuit Conru Seventh JadiclalClruit alor makes the East Indian .

taU Ut ol limbers, noniMrtaxla Jiajwlth! 'rlgiag'lines; 01 them, showing I of Florida in and for Dade pe fight like a bulldog and ,

ilitetT 'Bfl...tnj Bt Jackson follows,:J. M, Jr. that wheat and alit r .always' went County: I _, ,i partly xplaina the courage of sluegish.btlin Excursion! Tickets now on sale daily
WOo w. '
o'Whom'lt'Ya, Concern and of his' smal
t upland down together! ; some errerlti"r' '
nAber .' W.R 1 Rolb. A.,J. : Take notice: That It is"my Intention from Jucksbnvjlle to: St.

: :tby. d. C King h. IfLnmmna \' Louis and
to the. Honorable Minor S. return
END OF BITTER FIGHT. o apply oe Du.tiat. I, '
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J. E.,
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<' Abby R. I I A ---; *
ones Judge of the Circuit Court of I f-
"Two physicians ,had a, lone and
.. LaSaUa.- K. U. There is told of duel be- .I .
Amt Leffler. C. D. stuborn fight with "an| abscess on"my :he Seventh Judicial Circuit of' Florida, twecn a! French a story dramatic author a and $40.6 5- . 4 . Return Limit December '1St h.

Bcwu.Bath., r..t"I McDonald,.j. A right ,"lung." writes Ji| F. Hughes; of "nr an minor order child for the towlt adoption: jllvin of B.a certain Jeffreys hill Grit e, the latter being a first rate 33.90 ..".'., . .L .....Return L.Imlt60da's

- Btrrd1ne Jaynard. W. u, DuPont. GB.. "and gav.me,:time. had up. Everybody -. That said application will be shot. [After .the author had fired 27.09.,. . . .'.j.; -. Rtturn Limit 15 days
T. T.nller. thought my. come
: ierrttt.
1 ( and missed the journalist aimed accurately I "
R i" As last resort tried Dr. King's New .nade. on Monday the third day of Oc-. I
+ O.ileyert. B I. J' :
,
L. : at his
Bndr.E't' Bt1ey i BL I'f..x. H. Discovery for Coasmn tlon.. The ben I I'ober A! D. 1904. at ten o'clock In thelo'nooQ' ] it with the adversary's'hat'antipierced utmost precision' The L. & N. is the best line to'. St. Louis

I received.waa striking and I was or u lOOn thereafter u coven; +
rrMS. efit -
,Bndge life. J.I. or1 I IerO Where .ipon the dramatist flew into ; ( j r---
3iooTL'T. V.tinidta. on my feet n a few D. i a rage, protesting wa-
For schedules
., 1_;1t. 1lcDoaald'W, H., i entirely regained my" i eaItb.." It conquers :(S'gned. ) U A. OSBORN." ApDlleant rates ai id sleeping car reservations

.' Backus KeJtIIIBOD.'G..L, i ell Coughs. Cclds and Throat Miami Flal: .unfairsnd.exclainich, : me what yon _, a1; ply/ to : :1
'. :
: & ) .' .KelBOB. Edwin anlLung troubles. Gnarartecd by all A. E HE I were 'going to do I would have pett.1 FLEMING [ '

,Caal11fl. J'rw'i, 'peck, R. J. dronclirta. Price We. land $1.00. Trial Attorner Applicant MII ti'd ha t.1' J. M. L : ,:'C.l STONE

Cob i Pratt w. W.. bottles tree. : This Angtat 51, D,1904. t '" f;.. P.*... Art, 233 W.. Sij St. ''''''' .0;P.Agt. 1.oo1..iIIo.

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NOTICE 07 ELECTION. the State at the'giaeral! election'd04. n
'QUESTIONS 'ANSWERED an sere which is the cost of ._, ..le
.
Whereae, the Legislators of 1903; oa- for ratification or rejection: ( further
north There
are ten to tweto
Sethi .1Th..t( Section 10 Bf Article 9 of the ,
Constitution of' 1885, of' the thousand plants
: ,. to the sere, ass the :
ale professjops '' Constitution,of the State of Florida la 'I. : fruit
2iata of Florida'did, .pan seven Joint bring toi rf the neighborhood .J '
hereby amended as to read follows :
'I as ,
resolutions proposing'amendment* to I from 60 cent a dosen for Rat .....

rT1 I Constitution- of.the State of Florida : ] Information of Interest to the Prospective Settler Ish to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rises.
ute Section! 10. ,credit of the State The percentage!! of plant fruiting ...

I ; arid ,the, urns wen agreed, ,- ',to by arite shall not be pledged or loaned to any Concerning Miami and the Southern pend upon thetcan and Judgment exercise '

of three-fourth of ill the membri individual company1 1!, corporation or association I in their[culture, '10m. grower
.ttereen dC
zwta.i.l I I elected to each' house: that 'the ; nor shall' the Sate become Portion of. Dade County. having succeeded in securing frail 3

ATTORNEYS j |AT LAW. rota on said Joint resolutions were entered t Joint owner or tockholder, in any J ,from 90 per cent of the plants in flab -

upon their respective Journals, company, association or corporation.The pineries... j ',
Will prscdoe } ,
la n eoont.But and Federal I I ,
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Iscl&UacCItl.alor.zamlal.aand p.rt.ctlna4aQ with yeas and nays thereon and they : legislature shah lnot authorise any So many Inquiries are{ directed tothe able as in any section of the country, 'Lands may be purchased from $i o*'

Tlttoa.ro.Boxan.. ; ', did; determine: and direct that the said county, city, borough, township or. Incorporated Metropolis byprospective settlers! I and far more so than In mOIL $10 an acre npdependlng| on proxte "
: Miami. PI )Joint resolutions be submitted to the ) homeseeker Ity to road
district to become a stock- or concerning conditions ,THE CITY'S FUTURE. and shipping point Ooof

electors of the State ati[ the general bolder 10'any company, association or existing In this part of the country Miami possesses all modern lands on rock 'road within I miles of "
T. 8XAQOS.Offlc D. I conveniences -
,P. Y1 ,. eiection In November. 1904. c >rporation or to obtain or appropriate and ,the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization as electric lights, Miami may be had for $SO an.acre, aa* ,

*'with ld OroMBnldeMe harm Now therefore,-I, H. day Crawford money for'or to loan its credit to any thereby- has become so heavy water works, sewerage, telephone system somewhat less [I than that'sum fa? land : .

14th-8tr' Secretary of State of the State of Flor- corporation, U80C auon. Institution or that we have attempted Ill the followIng I tree mall delivery, three newspaper not Immediately) on a road., The same 11

eonn". ,.' d" [' .' ida,do hereby give notice,that a 'I Individual except '|bat| the legislature 'article to summarize j such Information two national banks, one ,State quality of land; farther away from 11

2OAUI j j FLORIDA. ,1 I "> GENERAL ELECTION' may authorize municipal corporations as is most ,important'and' to bank etc. It has miles, of beautiful il transportation facilities can: of coarse, .f

J. X. JACK80H, a. will be held In each county In. Florida t> relieve from my.nlclpal.ta tlou for answer the questions most frequently streets .of native 'white stone. It Is! be purchased for lean The land is mm

JJIL an Tuesday,next succeeding the'first such period of years a* to the municipal asked. It Is hoped by. thl4, mean thata practically the terminus 'of the Florida promising in appearance to those ae>

OrrICK I ,'I Monday In November, A., D. 1904. the 'I 'authorities,iniy j seem proper any ,sample copy of the paper, of which East Coast Railway for though an extension -11 customed to the 'deep rich sons, Mother ']

HOTEL BIscAYNE ;BLOCK,AVKMIAMI. : D. said Tuesday being the ., '! hundreds are sent out, will. in most, of,the road has recently been States tame rocky sad sandy,

J'' FLORIDA "I'' EIGHTH OF NOVEMBER, -, cases, serve,the purpose Intended better built, penetrating the farming lands yet results can be obtained from n !t

for'.the ratification or rejection of the to.'such exception shall be for a longer than a personal letter.' Specific Information forty-five, miles south, this 1* merely I :w' In excess |of the return realise* ::1

DR. W. B. RUSH ald Joint resolutions proposing amendments period thin fifteen'years.1 may be obtained by writing a feeder to the commerce of this city. ,,from: the more ferUle sections of the Z
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to the Constitution of the. State to any of the real estate or I'other firms Here are located the steamship docksof ,country. Fb-JiUer must be used bol
: ARTI4.E XXV.;
Office 'Phone 84. j
225-12th street, the more
'! of Florida via: t whose, advertisements appear in this the P. ft O. Steamship Company, returns than Justify,the expenditure -
BNldl..ce 208 9th'tit.M the following
amendment to i Involved '
ARTICLEI. i paper; and the best way to become'.famllltr whose lines are operated to KeyWest .'
MIAMI. F :..L to o' the State of Florida with local conditions progre.. to Peopl of energy and :1
That the followingamendment; tThat Havana, and to Nassau. Immense industry an
thte Constitution of thft State of Florida is hereby agreed' to and.shall be 1 I Industries 'and 'current I I happenings wharves, etc., are being'projected, to heartily welcomed, and the country ,'
Electors
T. W. BACKUS, ; : bi/, andthesame, Ist-iereDy .agreed to the of the stateat while contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly Increased development 'being practically Just begun 1>1
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ARCXiY'I'EGT' : tIi, and shall be submitted to the elect : the general election.In November section, is through reading) the Dally maritime business that must follow on there is oom for all to reap the ., i

Plans, Specifications sad Detaiiet Ode '' tcrs'of the State 4t'the general election : Section 6 of Article'' XVIshall' be or Uie Weekly. Metropolis, the formerof the deepening'of the harbor work on benefits which must ensue; 'as the"re- ';
'. for Buildings of Al Kinds, Fin ended so u to'ead as follows: I : be Kent address which is suit of such .development Capital find ;
Residences I I'I In November,1904. for,ratification whichIll toy any now actually progressing An :
a Specialty.OrncE Section 6. The here
I or rejectlon.- '. legislature shall pro- at the rate of $5.00 a pear, $1.25 forthree appropriation of $300,000 hal'teen secured .. I most profitable Investment while f.
J1315, A : D, I ride for the speedy ,.publication and I labor is In demand
ptui ( months the Weeks large IV from and wen paid. Leo 'j
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Section 6 of article 8, of the Constitution : ; L Government for harbor i
llstrlbutlon of al I r.laws It muy enact paper-being mUle for $1.SG .a Improvements pla, of moderate means who come her [j
of the State of Florida, la here- 1 page .. ? and the Florida ,
Ul decisions ;! Supreme Court and 1, and buy a small tract "
.D. ::0. Eoge s., by amended so as to r .d'u, follows: :, the year. East Coast Railroad is also pledged to i or land, make a f\1
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ill laws and decisions modest ]
I i'' Section 6. The legislature" shall pro- Judicial! shall be I THE CITY,OF M! AMI. expend a like amount Thus $600,000 home set out fruit trees.,an-J ,M

,'' C1vU.ant A, Cen.I raltl3' =..BOffie ride for the election by'e{ '.quaJl1Ied ree for publication by any persju But 1. Sprang out of the ,wilderness ,eight is now being used for this purpose and w.hneI'altl for ,these to come into ::1

ENas: alectors of.each county of th following 10 Judgment* Of''the Supreme Court 1 years ago, the railroad hiving reached it Is'a moral certainty blat further ap bracing' engage In .trucking, are, al- :-i

I ," county officers: I ball take,' : until the opinion ofthe this point April 15. 1896 .Prior to this propriations! bo secured until th.e'. most' without exception, suecessfuL j
No." 43 J 1Kb. S4aliaati" ;. FU I court'In such case"shall be filed was'principally dud this success costs less effort thin
harbor
,A clerk of the circuit court, a sheriff : time one store, whose tr de Is in a condition commensuratewith 3
," 3D Years Dajrtofiiu' ,Fla. l j | alo I ribs constable, a county, assessor of taxes, rlth! the, clerk of' said'" court,, with the Indian: ;, and a' few its Jmportaoce"rom a commercial I in other climatic parts, of the country, "while. !:
E.wa.cen.radYtamrnidia the
'" ;,t [, )1 T I, I I a"county'tar collector, a county' treasurer I II 'ARTICJLE XXVI.,, scattered families,'eking. out a precarious geographical :land strategical ] work conditions render ou'WOCM' ;::J

I a, superintendent of public In- Section 1 of Article! V of the Constitution ; livelihood by wrec clog and the standpoint importance recognizedby : pos bl, every day In the year. :I
C. sGARJ1O; i J, l manufacture':' of, coontle starch' wereIncorporated public with the tealth benefit of such :aa .
men at
the National
WALTER Yf itructlon and a county surveyor. of the State of Florida Is hereby Capital; .
I The term of offlceof ail the county amended the ODly'evldel1ces of civilization. On and by all who will study the location I"4n-alrlIfe who' In.; 4t the turn 4
so as to read follow: time
u people
ArOrlteb't r officers m.l11Iooealn this section shall July 28.1896,.Miami wai of this port and its relation to luau!ii are enjoying'beeltk.
: 'I: be four years except that the term of Ir Section li. ;The!Judicial power of the u a city, furnishing per taps the only and 'South American commerce'to and moderate, success In their present z'-4]

+ State shall be Vested In Instance on record in which a full nothing abodes had better stay where they are.
ll.1 office of the county assessor of taxes, ; a Supreme ; say of the vast trade-that There should.' ,- =5

Room 4, Metropolis} bnildinf" I. county tax collector and treasurer., Court, circuit courts, ,; courts'of record, fledged city came into' existence, without must spring. into existence upon I the be weighty reasons to Influence *
sj, I first having been a[town. Three completion 6f, the Panama anyone to make a move of weir
Hours S.to 12.. \ \ Miami, i. "'la.tresi. shall be for two years, until the general ,county courts county judges, and Justices A' ,, canaL importance.. |People who have made iJ i"i
t'f hundred registered voters are required glance at'the',map win show the
election: In November 1906 at othe pea .\ failures
to.entitle any eommunlt "to be,called most 'casual: observer the possibilities elsewhere are not likely tow "i'i;
"s
*. which shall be electedfor'terms'of
R. H. SEYMOUR, election: they
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Section 8 or Article V of very successful here. Intelligence aa4 ;
[ four: rM. each and the Constitution a city less than that number' constituting I the future holds for the Magle City.'
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Attorney' at Lai, : named ofthe State of Florida) 1* hereby a town. At'a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHL'RCHE3. Industry are''as essential tol' good eon .

--h- j I thenceforth all county' officers amended, so a* to read a* follows: the purpose of Incorporation, three ,I :.Miami has one of the: belt public: tune here ss;in another pan 'of (a*' 'II ,!
for
; In this section shall be elected I globe: J ,'"
:. j 1 I Section 5.The Supreme Court shall and oie-half months'after the'first school In the State embracing both
L. aUlt tai State a.4toCorpoiatUm' ..I terms of four; years. Their powers have If it Is desired to in ;;
will pncttc appellate Jurisdiction In all eases train 'reached Miami, 344 votes were the Cooimon and high school COIU'ftLThe engage general ;:
c..rta. PMtlc.l rMtraunlta attl.Uoa : : duties and compensations shall be preTied j farming in the -
.>y Tatar laM PIIObate Law.Ofc.la .,.: law. at law and In equity originating In rtr- cast., 'The phenomenal growth of this building are large and well ventilated 'bats peaiches raising of wheat earn
r.--u..i4 .I"1 JIUIU. &. by cult court, and" of appeal from the early period' baa been sustained and there i* a competent corps tr apples grapes. .r

ARTICLE ZXIL 0 circuit court in case arising before throughout, the'' eight-! year of the of teachers. A Catholic convent I* to other products of the temperate son*. .,

Home Seeker* ;' That the following amendments to county Judges, in matters pertaining to city'.-history. ,. be erected this summer, which will one must east his lot some hundreds of

; | j' -1.I the Constitution of the State of Florid their probate Jurisdiction, and in th. POPULATION. ETC.' provide Instruction for both sexes. mile: to the orth. and.accept the sold

Attention., ; I I be and the same la hereby agreed management of !the estates of infants Miami baa at present a resident population There, are also private schools a musical i that Is part of the legacy .of lauds

You will find{it to yonrlnt to. and shall be submitted to the electors uo4;'for" ratification or rejection.. of between 6,000. In conservatory: and art school so i"where ,these)! things can be grow i''

to call on me,before invest[ng.torent of the State at'the general else and in Asa of xmvlction of felony In the winter month 43'and ll1aUon U that every edacatlonal' need mar .be i Neither Is tiffs a stock-raising eoutr7.// y
l Pnnuahed houses i and (rooms There is aia-fence ""
i-, Real bargain in real ei tate Ion In 1904, for ratification or rejection. the court of reo wd, and in all criminal augmented by the of hundreds supplied. There are' about thirty lptw"
and country Insurance, t ixea, Section 8, of Article XII of the Constitution ease originating in the circuit courts. of visitors,'mostiyj of the wealthiest flourishing schools in the county.' great boon jto the settler:/limited/
_, city ands
collectiona, etc,} attented tb. I Is hereby amended so as to The court shall 1 lave the power to issue classes,' who come] to enjoy' the Every"religion denomination Is stock:means in ] there Is very little Ore .

have a special i,license author ixing read a* follows: I writ of mandamus, eertiorart. prohibition ideal ,cllmaaud the finest fishing in. represented-,- and the following hue the. county On the other

me to prepare alj kinds legal t rans- Section vTO. Each county,'snail be quo warn ito, habeas corpus, and the world. To, accommodate these handsome church bnlldlngr:' 'Presbyterian. hand, It It Is desired to engage ta taw
fen of real estate Low feeL visitors there are' numerous I ] hotels ,Episcopalian culture of dtrus fruit; pineapples various
I required to assess and collect annually; also all' writs necessary or proper to Catholic M. E. tropical
Prompt Often f'4 c.TCAtmO; L. tor the support of publlc.free schools the complete 'e' cerdse of its Jurisdiction. and boarding houses; principal 'among Church,..M. E.. Church South and the of or Vegetables semi-tropical fruits
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J Not ry P iblic therein a tax of not less than three (3)j E.eV', .& t.| ;rti.rs sLa'1 Jilt"' which is the Hotel Royal J>.Im.1au immense -' Baptist." growing of at the season

.A".n.bet1d' ll4 ant com..: I mills nor moie thE (7) mills on the power to is l ie II'a !'" ..f.,..*....., corpus 'buIJdlog, 640 feel i"long, 300" feetwldeapd SOILS. AND PRODUCTS.' cf the country = The'principal
'i collar of. all .taxable property In the to any on ct'}to .State upon pen.ion five stories high with accommodations Industry n this ec- this section' offers decided advantages
:Reli'able'f : tame by. or on behalf' of any person held In for SOU guests; besides lobbied tion! Is the growing of fruits and winter ,1 ':

f Grsd.tsOptkIait' ARTICLE XXIII. actual' nat.ody.1 and may make ,such rotundas, dining j rooms,)offices, vegetables' for the Northern mar- UnitM over|tates.r > ; other portion of the

i etc. It Is set In twentv acres of tropical kets. Tomatoes form the staple ,
W.CMAYNARD That the following amendment to; writs returnable before himself or the crop r, .

dam' lLDXari'toroat, OtIcs.r. le Constitution,of the State of Floridey, Supreme Court; or any justice thereof, gardens, beautiful beyond descrip but there are' large quantities of other ,HERBINE' ,
,
be and ,the'aame Is hereby or before //1raaL Judge and when tion. There are several other j! hotels' vegetables grown, such as tomatoes, Renders th bile more fluid and thaalood

:. Clwes Irariltlj,Fltttd: I- and shall be submitted to agreed not.'returned to:the Supreme' Court an smaller than to flow; it affords

: f itches 'Qocki, Jewel rj. It of the State at the'general, election Iii appeal to that court 4HaiI always lieSection sure, yet larger and itch better,service planting'season' extends from about prompt Tel(ef from biliousness, 18.g .
I than Is 'usually'fou d In towns of October 1 to January 15, and the bulk tlOohd8DsBaJ-fy
November, A. D. 1904 for ratification or 11 ofj! Article Y.l:.lie Constitution -
( E0. L ;iMcDONA ,D rejection of. the' Sttit'of Florida is twice the size. At this writing another of,the shipments are sent North from: gestlon. sick I and nervous headaches.;:
; / tlve- torr hotel (la In process of November until May, although therebeing' 'over
indulgence
Qtfl Efljlueer )!. I It ,Section of Article V.of the Constitution hereby amended so as ''to read u follows 'I and .the In food and
erection v' |1.- practically no difference In the
: I drink.
Hetbine t acts quickly a dafter .
Lardb ". shall be and Is hereby amended : L ,-
SarftYUI< io as to read u follows: Section clrcuU courts shall
COCOANUT! tit OVK, TL I .State in the Union furnishing Its gathered any day in the yaar. good condition In a few days
Section 18. The Legislature may or; have exclusive original' Jurisdiction in
i quota of representatives. An undesirable Vegetable are grown usually on'the '
l ganiie In such counties u It may think an cases in equity., Also In all cases G. L. CMdweU. agent3L K. AT.R. .
J. A. D 1 N [ proper'county courts which shall have at law'not cognizable by Inferior,court foreign element -Is unknown. prajrie' lands, whhich are [ free from R., Checotah.i Ind. Ter,.writes April
CLIMATE Umber and are composed of a kind of ''was .
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.. jurisdiction of all case at law In which and in all ueIa' involving the legality 18th 1903: a sick for over awe
gsw.tnibNSrreeraae .",. Writing from personal experience, marl. yeas with enlargement'of the Uver.-
the demand or value of the property of any tax assessment or ton: or the
... -III' after visiting California Gd other sections Fruits are grown on pine .lands, doctors
and The
spleen did me a*
Involved shall not exceed five bundred action of ejectment, and of an actions '
wI w.ar wrAriw.IMer I which are ..lIehtly'bleber
c..tIIII climatic conditions
.. where are than the had'ctTen
,I IIUI. dollars of proceedings relating to the Involving! the_ titles or boundaries of good.and up an hoee of ,
prairies
unhesitatingly and In th'j'
IU considered at their best, we can section very rocky
" Al,'tO.rea \ i forcible entry or unlawful detention of real estate, and of alt criminal case This being cured when my druggist advised .
say that Miami has the most rock Is a peculiar coral formation "' '
/' lands and tenements, and of not cognizable joy Inferior courts; and me ,0 use JHerbtne. It has made .. ,
: mladepmeanors.
perfect winter'cllmat.* In the United containing a great deal of plant food,
sound and Well. 50 eenfe at Red Ow.sPbarmacy.1
: and.: final 'appellate Jurisdiction original Jurisdiction of aetlca of forcible -
RiEiSBctogaReMsfl States. Cold 1* e.8111 as evidenced by the fact that in mU'r I
In civil cases arising In courta'ofthl entry, and unlawful detainer, and being'very ,
\ .* > the slightest frost, rare. places, orange and other fruit trees are I 4-
I Justices of the peace. of such other matters u the legislature The''warmth of lam er la' tempered to; be seen bearing thriftily though Work 'on!the drainage canal is going,

:> AREJ'qu! C0INO I The trial of such appeals may be de may prondLJI 1 They snail have final by the cooling' breeze from [the Atlantic apparently standing'oa a solid plate forward as rapidly as was expected by

nova at the option rf the appellant Ictloa in all civil cases and the' highest temperature of this rock. Being of a porous 'or the most sanguine, and much more

st The county Judge shall be the Judge of tried in the'cftrta o' record of judgments recorded by the coteriment'thermom- honey-combed structure the roots W rapidly uio moat people thought It
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: North or the county court and shall be an et- or sentences of any ..runldj !eter during the'eumm r months Is 98. the trees are eD bJed_to penetrate,lit would. Early{ this week the men passed -

': torney-at Urw., .? t j I court and of all cases arising before :HEALTH! and draw ample sustenance from what the boundary line anik started the

t; : .'fHE 1 1ti :fLouisvi1ej f\ There' shall be elected V the qualified Justices ctt'thfe: peace in counties In ,/The city ranks.ami: I mg.taej first ins' ( would appear to be a'very unproml- big cut across'the county. ,From now

r i' electors of each county; at the time which, there if I no ,,county ronrt, or the United States injpotnt of health. log source. This rock.4by the way, on the ttailal ,will' be, almost! straight.

i } ;& N,8S e when said Judge la eJeeteoVa precuting court of recent, *nd supervision: and There is entire freedom from 'calarla, makes a beautiful and durable building and the di :rging will, 'not be nearly so 1

attorney for said county who appellateJunsdl' um ,cf matters arising and there are no.no."prevalllnfr diseases". material, and the new court houseand dlmcult was in.to.a! ; where the .:

,,, RaWoacj shall sold office tor four years. His before oufuvJudges partainlps: to Those ailments.which- are common to Jail u well as several residences old bed 88tlt creek had to be followed

Often unexc li!dipMeiii5(
.. Modem trains ;cnrrjlng bed by law. Such'.courts'may be and interest'of minors and of here robbed, in Pt"ft.oF their power,/as much admired by all Y slton: It also were with large palmetto tree i

sleepers, up-te-jlate. coaches, free fee a U&bed at the pleasure of"the Legls-j I such ,other mattersas the legislature they usually appear p amild,, orm makes tha finest road material lathe and a dent' growth and dynamite had ,

dialer ehalrieafa, 'andjldinl it ear la fa. 1 1rid'e4' ]may 'ProVldLI j Thcircuit, courts' and and rarely leave the bad effects/ hlch world, and Dade county leads ill others to be used frequently, as It was in the $

between northern' :and souther i citie P that alf,county Judges holdIng -!Judges shall have poS st to Issue,writs fallow In the' wake jof like/diseases In'the State in mileage and condition creek D'ea the bridge where old trees i

r 'Tbe fines dis.ogar.erviee:Ia the said office at the ratification of thIs 'of mandamus, enjundtoa.'quo warrant elsewhere, Scarlet fiver nd diph- 'of her hIghw ya. were blow out in several places.'-Kbit

'. South.' i '; i Tic I tetsullman v1a amendment shall continue In the exer-t I<,I certiorari,' babes corpus. theria are unknown, whlle typhoid' The fruits cultivated are chiefly Pierce Neiis., '' !

11 AH Ment.8e111Throntd: 1 else ofthe duties thereof according to ,'aDd all or necessary' to .fever,,Is rarely heard 6 /It I Is"a desirable grape-fruit. oranges and pineapple STOP THAT COUGH.

: : N. their respective commissions' and until (the P1bll1on.of their.Jurisdiction. place for those suffering from' Guavas,. mangoes, avocado petra 'and When al!cough a tickling or aa Irritation '
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I their successors are duly qualified and ., I i it lung troubles asthma. catarrh and lime are largely produced, but being la'; the throat makes you eel j'

:" We Rates, Schedules, Car provided further, that :when any connty -,., Section 24 of'Article V of the Constitution :similar ,diseases,.which are ..prevalent indigenous to the country,' they thrive uncomfortable, take BaHard's Horehound -

lRsserratlocB., Apply" Ut court ahalTfcereafter be establishedIn of the Sate cV Florida is h ::111 colder climate Many per-ona affected with'little or no cultivation. Citrus Syrup. Don't wait until the disease ,
t '
j. M.fl FIeming: l ; ''I any county,ui this State, the county by amended so u to reed aa follows re'l with these flls]have come here! trees require from three to five yean has (cone beyond wont oL Mr. i

.. Pa..eaaer ..Judge of said county tnsll hold Ill office Section 24. trpon the application .and have been cured or greatly bene-1' after planting to produce. traiL PIne- .and Mr 1. AAnderson, SM West Mk

,It;.iI- 't, +Cm weal,... 1\01 ttntetr'N ....F, r and perform' the duties of Judge majority 'or, 'registered voters ,of !fltted., Of'course, this 1* not the ease 'appte..which grow 'on a plant somewhat strfetSaltJLake City Utah. wrttsR j 1

f', l' of the county conrtycntii b> term ;of any:county in this State the kpisla- :In every instance. People die here. u, resembling the cactus, and which ,"We think Ballard's Horehound Syrup .i
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j"OIers office shall expire. \ tore' Iha1l establish In such county a they do everywhere .el... No countryhas ere propagated by letting 'slips or the best medicine for eonghs sad rnlrts t

: ,KidneySleeping are I I' ARTICLE, XX17i_ !court,of record and there shall be one yet been'discovered where peopleare sucker, bear fruit in 18 month after We have b.ec1lt for several years; It i

malrs ttkf: .vi e..31'i.t. vlwlattgl That the bellowing amendment ,to judge for each of the said courts, wisp Immune from death and disease. .planting.' In' this section they are always ciTes I'immediate relief is very }

the Constitution of the State of Florida than be a" practicing .attorney. at law I At the 'same ,time, It may be truthfully ,'grown in the open there being no'necessity !'pleasant and gives perfect' tlaf.wetIea.'. jZSc. t

KDmtmml be. and the same I* hereby agreed to I said that the conditions tending for protection from cold and ., SOe. and $1.00 at Red Cross: Phsa-]

ar. sss uA, shall be,aabmltt*&'to the electors \ (Coatinsed oa page seven.) I'to general bealthf.lner. are ,at favor-,.,there I* thus "a saving,of about $'001!.,macy. J

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:THE DAILY American citizen shall be accepted the INVESTJOA' ON OF GOVERNMENT that being done, I will contribute my
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(world over as proof of citizenship.; DEP\RT1IENTS. effort. ward be; enactment of a law HOEFERS| BREAD

SUAHI METROPOLIS. CIVIL SERVICE Recert disclosures, coupled with the to be passed py 1 both houses of Con
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rapid augmentation government expenditures -
.l F.r .r..J i. The statute'relating to Clril Service : approved by the Executivethat'will .
I show 'a Keed of an investigation 1
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'aall.a.d.ve day except 5..4.7."it'LLrU i la ,the outcomeof] the effort of give an age pension without our HOEFEP-S
of every department of the'co" ,
I' neighbors
GT'C.UI n. thoughtful, unselfish nd public spirit- ernment. The Democrats In Congress reference to disability to the surviving about I EREADHOEFER'S'
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Jlt'f i ed citizen Operation under It has I demanded IL,, Thi itepul cad majority heroes of the !r( -War; and under
11.; J ..... 1 | Never sours
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f' f KflBBNtHN." )IIo r. ,
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!_ O frequently been of such a character 'refused the demand. The. people can the pr< visions.of which a pension maybe
:":: S t iw4 IB he[? FMtofflTi a t HUmUFlortdt. ,! |the 'determine' by their voteln: \November accepted withdignity because of BREAD I I dries out.
to offend against spirit of the
, .._ 4-clut mMUr.J as -
" ., I' whether they wish an honest lind thorough the. consciousness that it comes as a Cents
statute but the results acmevru. even I 4
; : *mwt soilnerc (..ip ptf bubU.hrd o> investigation. .A Democratic just due from the people through their 0
d tD' meta liknd 01 the United Ilt Ie. AI till I under,a partial enforcement of the law. Congress and Executive will assure it chosen' repreaentatve, and not asIarges it. 't '
mOlt soothe n rsnwse t.tmtnal They take Try'itoncet .
I have'been such as to both deserve and ARMY AND N Vy. .dlstrb ted by the Chief'Executive. r "
,tree Year by )d ..x...........15.00 I command 'the utterance of'the Democratic Wee!' justly proud of the officers \

BU Months.I ...: ..:.............. 2.bOflee party that Its :ands committed and men of our army ant- navy Bot TOREICN RELATIONS.The Cakes
,. MonthsO .. ................. LSS to,the principle of Civil I Service reform however have suffered from the per foreign relations I of" the govern- And are the Best .

e Week:),by Carrier:........... .10 and demands jjust tfnd impartial en' sistent Injection of'personal and political ent lave\ in' ate ,years assumed spe- I

iljmiAdvertising forcement. Influence. Promotions. and appointments c I int4x rtanc Prior to the acquisl- .
!rue: t 'rintlng Company. I :
II RECLAMATION OF ARID LANDS have !been; frequently based Uo .we were'practl- .
/ I' rates' made,,4 known on A vast expa se ofl country in the on favoritism Instead of merit Trials call llavulnerable against attacks by H'nSbri House

11' ap illcation. West. portions f 11 Ich are 'to be and court-mart'' )ls have preen I set aside[ forelghslons. I States Those tropical p sses. I ,

i TBLEP ONE 61-SR. I found in each olj the si! teen States and under circumstances Indicating political pweverl siren thousand miles Furnished I c ,<,
OFFICE I;METROPOLISSEPTEMBER BUILDING. Newly In new location. Rates $ l.SO per day'
: is
Territories mentioned in the 'law, These
,interference? ) and other from our'Vhore i. have changed all this SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th St.. .Miami Florida
"m andOpposite 4S Twelfth Street. directly affected by .th|e national ,atat- abuses should,'be correct'd. .- and hare., : put us under.bonds ; ;
f Court House. 1 1i' ute-the, outcome Intelligent and ; keel elect ..... ... ..- -" -- ---- -- a
j' PENSIONS FOR OUR SOLDIERS to : the The new conditionsa "
persistent,.efforts of ling citizens AND SAILORF! tot a management: of foreign affairs rAre
25., 19O4. providing, for, the I rec|tarnation of 'the 'The national Democracy favors tlje more 'rcum"pect in that the You Going to. Build?

arid ,lands for the l> nefit of home- liberal pensions to tlie surviving soldieht recent American Invasion of foreign

T.iuoGi PARKER ACCEPTS seekers.. During the ears of, the development and< sailors and their, dependents markets in all parts ofthe; world has t1F.SOORIFYOUEED
of the meal re which finally on the ground that they d'f serve liberal excited;the serious prehenson. of all! BUILD.; MATER-

I I I received the, vpte o1lpry'mf'.mher of treatment It pledges by! its platform the great industrial peoples. It Is essential IAL OF .ANY KIND, you'' should.not fail to see
: (Continued from pace one.) I the upper house of Congress- it'encountered adequate legislation! t at end. ,But ] therefore, mot than ever,"to t '

,- I opposition.base to a large extent it denies the right of the ExecuUve to adhere strictly to traditional policy '
'oduntrymeil oujht: to'i be -tudled, by I
!: I' upon the view thi t the, .'1m of its usurp the"power of Congress to legislate of the I country as formu ted 'by its J. A. MoD JHALD & CO.
every man who lias any. doubt of the
: 'l promoters was to,, set re the benefits on that subject Such usurpation first President and never in.my judgment ,
necessity of, a re luctlon In tariff rates f.I irrigation to'prlyat owner at gov- was attempted- by Pension I Order ,No wlselydeparted frol"Invite
In] .interest of the manufacturer ernment The aim of the stat given Dealers IB Lumber Laths. Shingles; Moaldisge Casings Brick A
jthe I expense. 78, and effect has been to It by a friendly relations with all''Nnations
<, Tay, present 11' th clearness a situar-! ute Is,' however, toe able, this vastterritory Congress that, dared not resent 'the while avoiding entangling all ncetl I. LI.c'Cetl1e.tPI..tor.Halr.E, t. Yards and cfflce.Ave D and 14th St._
'
I It1 to reclaim. t* arid lands is said that "this order "aL '
i and k proposed remedy that 1 usurpation. It with ,. Such a policy means the
without calling} upon tie taxpayers of was made in the performance of a-duty cultivation of peace Instead of the
JlrFPted'"e' pro rislon in our platform I the country .t large to pay for it I,imposed upon the President! by act of glorification of war and the mlndln Anicrica's Most Perfect Wheel.. I Ie
,"tlch decla res that "We favor liberal Whether the purposes of the bill will 'Conferees," but the provision, ;makingthe of our town business''In lieu of spectacular
tr, e arrangemeiU wth Canada and be fully IIC accomplished nust depend! In imposition Is not pointed out. The !intermeddling 'with the affair h

with peoples I of i Nee countries where large measure j upon he ability, sobriety '!act to which the order refers.whichis of other nations. It mean strict observance : .J
#' thF'' can be entered into withbeneflt 'of Judgment lependence and : is the one relating to pensions to civil 'of the principle of ,international .. ILGLC3TC 1 @.
to; merlcaa airicultnral. manufae- honesty,of the j I officers of the Interior I '!!'war veterans;does not authorize pensions ''law'and' condemn the doc
Differs
tara, mining or commerce." Department haying, thi,i great work In : on'the. ground of age. It doeS trine that a great State, by reason of ;from the biclcle. Pushes one-fourth ..:
The persistent refusal of the RepubJieaa charge.. t I to those "suffering from atrengt
if grant pensions its ;maT rightfully appropriatethe \ easier, and is propelled the'same '
,",' majority! In the Federal .Senate In'1902 the main canals and ditches 'any mental' physical, disability ordisabilities sovereignty or territory of a small 0' way. <

#_ to|*stay the reciprocity trestles negotiated In'the region'affected aggregated more of a permanent character,, State on account of its weakness. It The'' less the friction, the easier 'the push. '!
; In pursuance of the policy rad- than fifty-nine thousand miles and the 'not the result of their own vicious means for other American StateS that "
: Tocated alike hyj Mr., Elaine and )lr. The, Racyde, has less friction on its Crank Bearings s-
work ,of reclamation Is but In, ,Its in habits? which so Incaoacitate them we claim no right and will assume no
McKinley, and expressly sanctioned In fancyThe; total cost of construction from the performance'of.manual labor function's' save those of a friend and-of .", : than any other bicycle.Plat. .
the IMngiev act Itself. Is a discouraging of' the necessary he d-plea. dam, as to render them unable to earn a an ally:sand defender as against European j

exhibition of bal faith.. Aa already main canals, ditches, reservoirs and uppott." This specified :requirement aggressions It means that we 'bang"

mentioned by i me, the exorbitant duty pumping stations was at that time a of Incapacity, is in effect_ set aside ,by repudiate the role of the American .
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imposed on man: an Imported articlebyj little over ninety-three IIlIon'dOllan, 'Order No. '78 U to all persons over '
continental policeman: that we refuseto I have an\ip-to-date' : : plumbing
establishment in.
the Ditisley Tariff ,waa avowedly hundreds .
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which of Itselfi j suggest i the iixty-two. act as debt collector for foreign ,
r, Impended' by::Its nthor not to be'per of millions that may ei entnally, pe invested The war closed 'nearly forty years States or their cltlrrasthat we respect connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and Jlmr ;

;. manent, bu; to s maximum. 'trom which the Federal statute., The macnltui f e,of' the, con loldlers'and: sailors)long- urv Y'ed'Jhe American State and Its right to preserve work. Call and'see me.

OoVernment';, was empowered to{offer ception, and the enorm rat expense its Loge of sixty-two and passed away .order and otherwise regulate its ipajOdo..btt: : .

". a reduction,.in, ret urn for,an equivalent carrying. out'Involves. ,, i lake" as realize. ",'without receiving any pensions.. Sktftfj'ul own Internal I affairs in Its own way; l DONALD'
concession foil the part of, aforeigncountry the overwhelming portance of: abroad pension attorneys hunting through and that any,intervention In Its affairsby ,;
Treald' nt McKinley nnder- capable and honest ad mi a 1st ration statute failed to find there'a pro- us i Is! limited to the single office of

'took honesty to carry out the purpose I of the work, authorized by the the! giving a pension to, 'all,who bad enabling Its people to ,work:out,their
'.._ of j A n mber of reciprocity 'statute if effect! la to be:.given to that I sixty-two. Many prominent! own political) and national destiny 'for : ,-
I
.' agreements jwere {negotiated, which, if :part of the plan that relieves the'country urged the Justl.-e, of congreatonal themselves tree from the' coercion of j/'LENOX''/ The! Shoe that pleases every child and
radftt.4. 1I'buld b n had the tw ,fold ultimate civewifiein f
at large from liability! i action giving, a service pension any European; State. Comfort.
result of ('healK' Ing man'y' Imported PANAMA CA CAL.' i o'*all" veterans. Bills, to:.that, effect REFORM GOVERNMENTAL

t" products todAme: lean C'ODBUmen."and An Isthmian canal! nan long been f1 the 'ere introduced in Congress. And not '1 EXPENDITURES." I have over twent|-five different fetjfes in this famous'I(t
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oo opening 4nd e larging.foreign: mary hope of our find the avowed nail March of this did 'any one We *,
statesmen i ,year ,!,wp ir-elght year; have passed CHILDREN'S, >HOH, 'd can easilj"fit any
"', kets:,to Am ll"an :producers Not'one' ilm ,of the two] great parties 'aq their i ver claim to have made tie discovery since th Democratic,party of the Stateof ChIld. with COJi FORT. .(I '
of lose ag me is bu met with the platforms! in the past;\ show The uiat the President had 'power to"treat New }fork, in convention! assembled, .'. I

approval 0 the Republican masters Panama routeJiavlng be in; selected'the the statute as If it 'read.thai 'when I a retomm ndea to the National Democracy It is the OnljrShoeDesigned Esp dally .,.. \

of J ithe' Sea e. 'dee4 they did not building of the canal,should be pressed' dlalmant haa passed the' age.of sixty- the nomination of Samuel'J. to Fit Their: eet.
eVfj { 'perm) the! C'Onslderatioll: In' to completion with all {reasonable expedition. -, \Viva years be is necessarily 'disabled Tlldl'n' its candidate for the presidency '

ieid, of the"ettitn I e'tlf the'present Executive I ne:half la ability to perform 'manual i iI ,aid declared to be "their set Stanford & Co.

., 110 new I agreement need. beexpected The methods f fcy whicb/the Executive, 1 "tor. and therefore. entitled. to a penaiori. tled conviction that a return to the ., [Opposite Express, } Office. '
tnJt11 bl ''.\, Nor' does the Repnbllcan .i acquired, the Panama Canal route and .. ,I '- constitutional principles frugal''ex- --

pl4lorm'lontaln a,favorable rights are a Source of Bret to many.' The present Pension Commissioner peuses aid administrative purity of thefounders .

.ref .4nce to' e 0 the suspended treau1. .' To them,the statemen that thereby Indicated; ,his'vIew of the 'order when ; of the Republic Is the-lIrat ii "
;:-;: J! The eem, sty tlaulleS" of 'the', ; ';neat public! *work,was assured to the j.. n recent address, }.i thanked the cud moss, imperious duty of the times i ,

"" DlnJ1T act "f'stlned to remain. a profit of our people is got a sufficient Bres'dent for what he had..done,)and the commanding, '|Issue now before the +
mo'ment 4111cg1've, cozenage l ,and to, the f violation I of tin their. In l"nlon "
answer jVijctlona barge" advised, his hearer use, ; people 0 -the This strong expression
., .' pot Ul"al ba : fait unless the people national;good faith.;: Tiey appreciate : .luence 'that a law might tie:passed to was called forth by the"na BurnedOuf
':', tak the m tter It tbelr own hands I I confidence after "" d-
i the
: that. principles and healthy cone' the, Same effect Full tlonal, e,: penditures for the year 1873:
at be ba1l0 [box nd ('om mUd-a re.j which in the!.,[ working out i l-'seem'1I not to have been 'placed 'on which lounted to ?'!74 000.000-a'situaton I
dui of d ties I return,for hate made us free an' great. standfirmly e' detence of ,tor it is ---- ,.. o plaje
cal 'I -- re..IPro'1 1 t' justification which:In 'the opinion of a majority _Jf i r' former I 'we will continue in
ncpu! s.IN I against! the argument or,suggestion -ifleaded In, mitigation'thst t a former: ; ;of] bur people.. Justified an Imperative -
!:FEND, XCE FOR' THE that! we hall be W/nd to the nature Democratic, President dJdJ!! something demand for reform In the ad-

I 'I j.A SI I op the means' employed to promote ,I liokl'pg, ,In,tnat'direction.: given If that minlstra on of public affairs.! As the HARDWARE |& URNITUR-
beenuen 1 ,
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I 'IIOme uartf' I It has ,Ir.tr welfare:, (They hold 'that a hreCe. ere so-which,, Is not'admbted-our expendit ,ires 'of ''the last fiscal lear ,
ed tbat'n'th' dlscussionot: the,''to principle wb therIt, works for our] j' sent duty would be'none the less amounted to the enohnous total of

-=- Phi Ippne nest 'n In my sponsP'j''good or ill will have a n ore beneficent I i,, ain an-1 Impera'ji Our ieople.'uustverrtol $583.01)0,11)0.) It is evident; that a thorough BUS i : E1217 ,
the phrase I-".If g 'vernmeni-: influence ourifuture! d _tiny tha-a. all Ii rit-i-'liu* <:itt '.."s of one aci- In' estigation of,\he public service $ $
ten 4d to ii earl +Imelhng less'than ';1'our. :material, ,upbuilding and that we j Q usurpation of' power' as-'an' .excuser and the Immediate abandonment 'I I,
iqd Renden I It r'BS not In tended *should ever I remember> I ', that' the idea of (. another.The. flirt miv'1 possibly of u !ele.8li; and extravagant,expend! at AvcnudD, Garthside BI'k,

tba Ct shoo 4 be nderetood to mean, !.doing! a,wrong j to alley, weaker 1 1 i due to'a mistake; fie !se nd'being lures ar > more necessary 'now than
nor oj, I th :4k &II used Jt :dose mean nation that. even all mankind iiased the As
,, we-l or : < on first cetuot t>e. In exanation they were then. This astounding! increase Temporary Quarters.
)ice!! than IlIletien enl' However. to! mfcy have,a ,resultant ,pood is repugnant 11! ,. however. It s'ao'jilc1. besaid, 'is out of all proportion to the t ,
t el irtate ul oss1 illtyfor conjecture,1 to the D. which our I t at the' order! relied on simply pro- 1 increase of our populat'on.;,and'finds
1 n L w state tat I m In hearty "Cord I 1 government! nt was: founded! :i Y ded that the age of seventy-five years no exc'wfrom: whatever aspect we 4t': J. W. WATSON c>

wit jth.at. p7 Ij11k.1; : lour platform than\|! .JL'nder the laws: : of thejcnlted l States '!siould be regarded, as eldrnl"e: 'of inability view thjs situation.! The XatlonaiDemocraic ;
,> 1sv'rs" l Idoln i II for he Fllinos what "[ the duty Is imposed on.thi" Executiveto r to' perform" mamuel lalor. Few Platform. declares'that +

,_ 'w4 ave already d, Inp for the Cubans; ] proceed with due diligence; in the njen' are able to pt-rfonn.manual labor "large reductions) can easily: be made -

and iavorl!!mak g the promise l to work of conHtrurting the| canal: That Ii. that,,,age. but nearly,all inen are ate In the annual expenditures of the gov. i -- --,

:: dlie, I now Ijhat ,e shall ,take! such duty' should be promptly! performed. |xty-two. ,, .'1 he first,under ls| based, on 'ernmentwiNout{( Impairing! the' efficiency LrJVikiT :JENNIE ". PARRISH.
acxl n '.. soup as hPT,are J'f'llIlOnably AMERICAN SHIPPING fact that'experience teachesthe Stenographer and Typewriter. '
I& ,_ of any branch'of the public ser :
-' pre ared/ torlit.11 It independence. such r"-'Qmmerce. in American;bottomsatduunts 'o, hens.. based on .the asrerion of that 'vice., Can, there' be any dmibt of, the : Cimrt work.TVacber Hj .nia lf of,Prp.ltion Sh"fi ..Maiifo'd. .;

ass, ,4qe jCuba s enj y, snot be pro- to but'jelght! per centof: our! w i Ich Is not"true' as*' a. general rule. j accuracy of this statement'' Between Of Florida I 13WJ .h..._I' .Ter Bank baadtlak.of vii!-;
Um4I p-aut _to e FlllpnO at this -olat! exports' and Importsl) For seventy I: The old Inquiry; "What are you'eog" the expe in K.OO yd !:< *:ft1. j'
; tfte pr mise I hat It ,vhall, come years prior to 18CO. when the Republican : i t to do about! HT",is now stated! 'in'a ;; to $2!::,( }OOtlo. and those of i 'HNd,..,. :!!2 .{troo y jt: ;

the Iotpent' hey a I capable of :recelv.Inr .I party t'a-me' into power, our! ne'j-'j in w form. It is sa'd hy the, adminlsitljatlon. the'last scald year-the seventh atprCro'er First?Class Provision, Get Your\ ""
; will 'rather
I Jt nd .ptlmulate
; marine carries
chant an "reply.to the public critlcfm
Cleveland ceased to be PltI1!
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'ta4! jbinder i !U1Pb: evetopment! And I laeventy-flve'pei.[ oj our foreign I H: ) this order; that "It,1s easy'to: test dent wag regaling SS2; ""IM'O.' there isi "f' FOR

thishould 114011 not only fn jutticeT !! ? mmf>rce. By tl877 it Dwindled i" 1!opponents' slticeritylm!! tats: matter. :difference KO great as to excite alarm''n ) BODY knwGymnaii.m.

} to't: rilpinoe; t Jo' 'preserveour: jttwentyseven'/ ; per CP tad Nowj: we T i!. order In'quf"lon It revocable ar flan! b feasts of,all thoughtful men. Especially E.inip1EIN School :

f own jrtqhu: jfor a ree ,people csranotwf 'vary but a contemptibly tractionof'our t, pleasure of the ..Executive.- our :Sven'ex: ( tiding the sum pt $30,000.000: D"A' bJ.f racnny of mootScholarly.
hOld i freedom I m another peopl' exports and imports: :o ponents come Into power ';thpy- can ':old for he Panama Canal rights"and 'JkOCIaU. .

and ybe IIf'lves re sin frff. The tol- American shipping l4 the* foreign :,r [voke this' order and announce' thattlley.will'lreat *o, the ,Sljart of. Panama, the .expend( 'IORALS Our Motto: Soesd man .
era 1n of tirannT, over others will trade was greater by over one hundred' };. ,the veterans of,'sixty-' 'urea. of he.l8 fiscal year exceeded': f, thebuinofrnodcilllrn.hihe I
$0 ,brred clmtem for freedom and;thousand tons in nlo-nearly a1 1 bun- "oand: YentT'asprPSl\mabJYJ In ful* be"sumthan of $382.000,000; being 'more Ulrtu: rmlktt. \lateCty.Ibrda
IeU-roJrnm! ; nt nd weaken ours' -tred yean a, ;than it was last year. bodily-vigor and not entitled to pen-J double the, expenditures' of theoernmaot .
r' po..t+ of 1esi ltanc 0 IU'dloos uaurpar':' In' the face of'the continuous'decline f:j b. Will they ituthortat! ;vely-state for"all p'irnoses'diir'ng t

'r toniof! bur silt tlonal rights.AMERI 1 i'n, the record otl' AmprreRU' shlpplnx :r&t they Intend to do tbisi! If. .soweipt '.he firstulnlstrat year'of, Mr. Cleveland's ad- r Bargain BoOks
,AN ITlZE\ HlP,' w. during the" lat [f forty-three years the I ] the issue." !on. .. .

.t' Tb4 p edgeiof I platform to secure j promise of the Republican party to restore J; f hll'suegests the su'piclon.'at( '' at least : of JTbe'e4enses tie first' four years RealEstate :
to'ciir'' +'Ittze's'wl bout ltlnction' of encouragement: ,
; -1t Is without The '! tl the order was,made to: create anIs succeedinstration the last"Democratic'admin- '' "
: race c whe pier native born or'I'record' "of the Democratic party glvts'I i nie I f
rJ -tha'flt was supX! ed to present amounted to the enormous Investments
i, t, bo e'and'abroad..- the I I'i (:asSurance* : snore '- I at J
be
sat raliiyd t 'I that ein' 1'1 "prot inn. 0 the laws and thel i wisely entrusted,to It. I of the bcllots. But as the making large 'ex ndltuC'e' was- due \0' a considerable ', Hut Aisare frtfibUe. RebruRntah 1
-'i' .0 slat 0 ;all rlgb..and I prtvilegesopen 7-' It Is an arduous taste undo' the o that order was. In my judgment\ an { ''extent'to the cost of the '.. I :
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to them nder the roTenaDU 1'' of ) andrequires Smith'sBookstore
decadence I
ftffft of forty;years a} ., though 'perhaps:'unwitting Spanlah-- merican warwhich, occurred I
f" of,"qur treat e.. asl, their just" due.J' the study and j investigation Ie croachment upon the I legislative during that\ period; but the termination!, UkfVou. fenatt U teen I
M' be made to them. In the' INIRf! OtARGC, TAKEN Of (STtltS.MCALLISTER'BECK. '
should :of' those' best fitted by' experience to''r wer;and. thpn.fore. unwarranted bytl : of that war,brouht no relief! to the
at'COlllp1ishmnt of at result 1t'1. esRntlal -<' remedy-i-which does not J! I -
Sod the surely
e Constitution, the challenge Is ac- TreaguryJ for ,the average annualexjjifffses -I i l
that butted" by ths,1> In the granting of subsidies,,wrung( ; i
tedit elected. I'will revoke that of the governDent.durlng., the
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I w: F ,MILLER t. C0't beajutfriTs! the Poval Palm;(rround I little; 'flgi re. m old Neptune bad already
in preparation for next cc.tson's' tourist rerormd ,the act Very successfullr.Sevtta .
H M. KING.Undertaker .
; I f and-visltonTln; the c.ty, aid from cow ther boats plying to the beat
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I on the force: will be. kept steadily 'at!'also d dl a good business( despite 'theelements.
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.:... bg absent from the city, will the
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;I TM. I! Mr J.. C. ,O'Neal, who has n The Metropolis told of a great wreck Deputy,. Sheriff! Gore'and landed In Jail. ,* The marriage of Mr. Harry Carmaa I first Thiireday in Nonmber.''with one

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. spending the:summer at Q ltuwi, G,.. on. the' Southern railroad on Saturday, Robinson admits hit guilt and will be of this city and Miss. Bertha Relfe of the cl>ub's old-time "spreada. Mrs.

is-expected to,return here"about the, a abort timi after its occurrence. If bound over to tell his trouble to Judge bert, of Lu=(!y. occurred on Mondaylast RolaidCoib has sent to each member.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER j 26, 190.:' first, of next month' to' resume hi* you want to'!keep up with the news'pf' Jones'In the Clrcul 1 Court next month. : !ai &Z: U2l. iir. and :sirs: Carman photograph'11lcla was

I former duties In the poet-o1Ecq., .'the country I you should read a paper. will make their home! in 'the' pretty I[taken: at midnight at the reception ten .
YAIL,)iCBRDULM. c I I which gets'It) news by telegraph. Dr. C. A. Fullwooc delivered interest- new residence recently' completed I dered'the club b1'Mrs.. Kolb Just be-
Those who have Dot already contracted Ing the i 1. E. church South b11 1'I fore' leaving for. New York. It Is' '
thi' 'I I sermons at Mr. ,Carman on River street west and. a
Arrive from North-.1: I for advertslng' space (In the The,bay this morning was literally yesterday..to fairly good congregations. The bride and. groom are 'popular group of the members, and several L

t:00& : Metropolis for. the. season should dom alive with' nulletwhich_ have been His subject last night was the "G od young people in Palatka and Mr. Car prizes are conspicuous. The present' '
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!'" 1:66 p. mCloa. at once, as the- choice space Is' being driven dowl\\ from the Indian-river bl Young Man" and 'lie showed that amoral man Is being Congratulated warmly'.on'; roll staqds: Rev F. Pasco. president: ,

.,- for' the' North- rapidly'.taken; the, prevails g northeast I winds of the ,, upright and correct fife is not the happy event Palatka News. Mr !oJ. FM Hethe incton, vice-president;

5:16 L mi I -' last several da1L' The fish rUn In enough to cause the soul to- inherit 'ss M. F. rtush. secretary and treasurer :

k16 p. mil j ; I I The British, schooner Hazel Dell, schools of thousands each end attracted eternal life.-. The. 'othin. ; ne c dCul"- The "big: boat." the Clvfie Dr. Eaton I ; J !Us H. Carpenter. 1rs..Rolan4 .;..

; iI.i-... from, Ulmlni, Bahamas, whch! came n coneideraWe I attention! and. intereetMisa belief on the Son cf God-is me only carried over thirty.five passengers Kolb.' J rs. E.' L., Eaton. Miss Sadie :
.------ :- --i. --.1 port! the; first part of lait week wi h way, of: salvation.Mrs. : I f i the heath,'yesterday afternoon, all' of Kolb. M s. Godman. Mrs. J. H. Pelteys., l

several! .I Immigrant, pass.'ngere;sail >d Benn}e Mae Ingram; ot Georgia, whom enjoyed the ,trip splen l'dI1" A :Mrs.' l\Ij FHetherlnrtcm.* Mr. R. H. :'

I\ TOW| TOPICS. : i I yesterday*morning for her tome POt who ,has been! engaged to teach ex- : .' Thom';'. Lauder of 'Miami, I. shower" somewhat Interferred ,with, ,ihepleasure Seymout., Mr; R. E. Hall.: Mr. M. P. ?" I

..KJftKac aaaaj( aaK a(:. preulon l In:f Ithe Ilubllc."school (this ,accompanied by>her .two children Is but as most of, the' crowd Watts Mr. Wf W. Hall..Mr. W. S. Hill :
AEjYERflsiMENl WANTED.-Purchasers for residences city the coming season, will arrive the here* this week cm a visit to ber i were In the surf at the time it -carne [ and ,Mr.JM E, Jones The club limit'sltwnrt "
NEW S. built to order, on easy Install.meet latter week. Mlfs Ingram :. stn the'wetting' reerived'eut' hiitj j i I
I (brother, lion. L .K. Tucker. ;fr. Gan-: theL : I ; III1
elocutionist __ "
r ,. ;, payments. J. H.,Tatum i Co. .a an ) of rare'ability,- and tier. a rmfirrpropijient reBidentTpf; c t -
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R'1t" Rhodes-Men'n. I jPiiruis tings. 'I(Rfs'iK!tat? Broken, will! on the 'ith of,October give a public Putnam county, hj been spefiatBsthesu'ramer <
L. F. Hoefer -jBakery. j jW. ';I I 1 .' i ,
School Auditonum.
recital
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W. Fari-t-Spectacle; Los -
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ertiihawSapervlsor ,
I I I J.-c. pI -I r Springs Ariin d i 14 at present in,Ala
Bush 4. Safford- -P.aBfl" Registration Dade county1, aecoiDf8nled Sheriff Saturday night carried
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l I I Frphock bama. He Is the t emocratlc!: nominee j
Edwin Nelson. .":-Bed I'Springs.' by-Mrs. Bertashaw, f. in tie to the county prison camp'at Ojus, for Tai Collector! ,1I Dade county. : MY ;SPBCIAL YY j1

I'' city to-day visiting, frien<3sj and as- and delivered to Keeper Baker George I Palatka News. rf .

Major wJ ,Jj,1 .Shone!})I bi" Cxoanut quaintances.. -.: 1 Hawkins and Henry Allen" (colored) I -'" ,--- '
Grove, Is in town to-day] ou' t uslness.( ), '' -ach sentenced to six months' Imprisonment -
!.. I A force of 'wor men, began this -
The Stallion foundry, 'of I th's city.; :: and Elijah Palmer, an escaped
cutting !
: I morning down the: .weeds and
Mr. Charles Y I JN. St Jolla; of Danl*, has"Just snipped .a car load' of irdn ';convict,wh was returnedto serve out Je D N
Is vUitlng in the city to-day. columns' Miami> for the ,'new hotel the balance )f his sentence. --T--------- t ,
there being erected by- Mr ,(Graham. i SCHOOL, BOOKS -. cll.ur><; wr. I:
WANTED 'seei.Flye. !, J..; 'H:, HY! en and'fa-mlly.', of _Fort J'
.-::Pear Wilson Palatka Neva : ANDSCI100L j ,1tr
i !I'I I I I Lauderdale, !moved here last week and d

I' ; Lost, Saturday evening a, Par: )f i are: occupy g the ,cottage. of :Mrs. ,suppqes., 1 \;
:Mr. and MriJThpmai l|I'f. Peters and Gold Bi-Focal Spectacle Supposed :o "I Woolmai o south Summit street Mr. ''J

t '" children,of sLlttle"Rlvi;' r are" ;visitors have!. been dropped'on Avenue, D ne ir I Hyden form rly )ived Some five miles I tag ., ''I ':--- ,.ttl
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in the city to day 1 Twentieth street Suitable,' reward f >r south ,of be near Clifton: but went $tnb our ft A- 1

return to.'W; W. Farris Presbyte'ijn I to the ,Eas C asf' some four years I I

Mr. F.,G, Raliey retu: netf' ho'ne Sat- Manse, ago-cre8ce t City'correspondence' Pa- I ra trf Cdr t ooR iTtie

>, wrtar'from, :mj j jrisit of e.-era weeks Cherlee J latka News.! .,; Hudson Blqycle.j
>Ith his parent, at Ba-tow. Mr; and Fbsyr' a dl Tablets .
I Mr, E. Johnson, prominent Chlca:cinV, Deputy Sb riff Metcalf ought down it >

Mr. J. W; whAt, a prominent 1' farmer ere in the city, and will probably re- -'rom Fait 'ch this morning onelenry'Lon' ComposkBooks i '

.of the Lemon;i ::ity secUou, b ,In Urn main all winter, as they are very um< b : ;; '(cOlored);' vho was arrested x Pencil Boxes,' Is, Built to' Ride. ,'t
city to-day. I Impressed with Miami and su poundIng there and 'convlcted, !before Jus- Pens end Pencils
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J J, country ,. ice tsrannl g on a charge of assault'ind Slaps !, .. The 'icholcei! of f profeiilonals, because it is I
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battery and 81'ntenccd to the Nest Wheel ;m&dc. >
"-c paa .
this
Mr. E. G, Bewell eturnel Rulers
morning from kj: uustnet ;'lrip i o Jacksosvtlte _Mrs. T.. GJ! O'Brien, of j Jersey City, 'be of S2S'or serye 'sixty days In jai'' I 1905 model I. $45.I .

; ] I I accompanied, |, by her. mother, arrlv\ ida tIe, haa entered: on his duties Inks! ,Etc. '
1 f i' few days"since,'and \are at lhei.; *A -o a ri01l1 1'1'Messrs. Second Hand Books Taken j ;tt'
TI' Tii adjoining that of Count de Houdev :.le, r '
The auxllliartr;, sloop ttti Mi r is up O'Brien'will ,.. in Exc Don t Y of Old Tires
Vlstal. .
from Cocoanut Grove aii 4? aucl ored In at Buena nfrt' .- tale. Thompson and Willie ange.RACKET ThrowAway\ d dWe :
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be down until later In the reason.. ?' axon; who me over froCJ'Ke1 W st
the river ']1' I: ",1
I o attend 4e ,State encampment: the .TH .
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can yulcai i ill}; |them amigo make themrFtrethe
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I Mrs. Maxwell who has iWn quite Ii Irstof 'the month with the Miami ;
WANTED.jlh elght-iear-oli; horse, ( STORE. for several days; at her *i>artmeni allies, and -ho hllV since been visit'ng ( _
R. L.Mills. in MiamI who viipnntte. Tir s. _
used to farm jwork. Apply t<(> I
on, Fourteenth: street, 181,] conslderal!)1) relative and'friends ,here .and atocoanul Avenue. D. near W. I.CUA'ILLEasox; I' '
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E.I. OfHce :
1'mprielon.
,. 'I : P i' improved, and went out with! a few f G ve. ,were pnssengers on .._
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I i!her friends for 'a launcJ. ;. ride in .(t eEl lie steamer Martinique rdumlng, to r -
Mayor George* G. 'Cujrj-ie o :West NfRVRUZt1ltU:4)211131)Q1lZVR11121{ >Q'. The 'Circle 'Co.
Hudson
$t Moro this aftrrnoon.I the Island tyyesterda1 morning. | '
Palm Beach is|4 ;rlsltorltu' the city; to- ( '__ I.. l ,r BUSINESS'' LOCALS. : "

day pn'buslne 11 East 1Ztlla; t1ZCJlS>ltSal18l1Ei1 112C. Fla. .|
Jt: I 'ancons: the spe atoM ovr| n* fie I be put tow k on_the P. Sanford Ross I.
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Joe Chi ile IfkVes ': 'v or New *:de C':1mol -the Jer v? :-"-' lredge cuttl g the canal through the Headquarters-fancy groceries fruits :a ft -- oJ

York and Boston to pu 'chat, nls tail '.%:% XasstclIX. : They.came I. land'o: the other side of the bay to at Wilson Flye'a. 7 .. -, .
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stock I I -*!
and-winter of goqds. from Miami Wednesday: I deep''water I the ocean.. 'the crew,11'111 Is -
sewing machine
your out of order?
Mrs. T. array 'and: d ughter.pmmineht Thursday,In th-''city. Tropical, Sun. !: :!Ondf>t,0C el yen men and from now fiLet W. L. Dau hlry repair it. He : Jlr 3

; i I on:>> the dred Ing will be pursued both 1;knows how. 1005 A Venue Dl'' '
ladeV of Nerd; Smyi na. are Mrs: A. B. Cutler, of Lemon : Sight and'd until It shall have been I j Youngs! Pharmacy
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visiting; In the jrity, \ .jot (;sew i ays. rived here this morning from the Noah :lnlshed, sev, ral months' hence.The MIAMI 'cONSEUyATORT OP MtJ-.

en route toner home., She will spend : SIC, FRANKLIN JOLEMAN BUSH
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Mrs. J. M. Brjran;.Jr, of Kls lmmee, ,I
Is in the city and registered atCarlos. the San j'several days here, the guest of Mr. acid heaviest freight carried" out from DIRECTOR, 225! TWELFTH STREET I 'r-owt ..ui m-

1 : Mrs., W. L.. Bl'Jgg.-St.' Augustine here by steamer since last f ason went A complete and carefully selected htock.. | AYe buy-our truss:: in
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IL, Record.' .k < I to Key West,jyesterday morning on the Ii; MONET"TO LOAN-Apply to Dad .I ,small qualities and often !'benebtoftbllrnd; have them firs* and

Miss Rose Whalton, )flY V'loletU't today I stumer i.Martinique\ and consisted of County Security Co-J 4 M. V Brown o.JH. tsre. Our customers get the always satisfied .

H rnandei. MtseFnmcla{ i Fletcier and Next Monday one week from ,; furniture,*merchandise and such other B. Shaw.,432 Twelfth street: e Satut jancl iii aria
| all of the schools of Dade fall I e. 8
Mrs. Charles Peacock, j I jbt Cocoannti i public county goods as merchants carry m the I .
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Grove! are among tcH1 'visitors.Primitive 11 pot already open wilt be opened,for the and winter, ''and averaged 'a total of Needles for all kinds of sewing machines -
school term, -of 1904-OS. From+: indications several hundred tons,In weight. Besides at W. L: Daughtry's, 1005 Avenue -; : : : jro; Jalnfle, : : :

methods are 'still iiseVby the term will be one of the meet this' freight the Martinique carried ',, D '

,, < the Chinese and"many': plant mannfactnrers successful In the history of the couo y. over. nine t passengers ,- | i at the soda fountain. 'Special creams and herbet Saturday
not by Stemwmy,am I ,Emer- COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR RENT.I afternoons and eienings. 'We' want y OUT patronage and will

: MIlL BUSH- A SAFFORD, PIANO co. Mrs. Gary Niles and children, who john Robinson (colored), charged.'Five-room house with\ bath cistern, always endeavor ,see that you ,get I the best i in outline "'

T -- : .t have been visiting her slater;.Mrs. F.c. with breakin : and entering- the place and necessary outhouses, with ten or

Mrs. H. O. Houston fend. 4 tie son.;; Brassier and family In Key West of business i f a Mr. .Fisher at Fort more'&Cree of good 'trucking land, at Personal Atteatioa '.-' .a.ase D., r.... Dows Nsrtt tl 'irel olti:tW. 0

have returned $iome from a visit to :fur the put several weeks; were'paa8engers Lauderdale ]sand taking therefrom\ !Orange Glade, five miles from Miami.. given to alI .prescriptions 'E, YOUNGS. : PROP
relatives and friends I1 I Jacksonvill i returning home Saturday afjternoon cigars to the= value of more $20: On good rock road.- Cll on or address ,:.
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and Savannah. t ,on the steamer.Martnlo.uet-_ ,- a 4! ', was-captured yesterday morning by Walter ,Waldln. Miami. I I -.I "

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I the following is the county ticket (ant Jlrcnlt Court", iii and for Dade county

THE COLOREDIPE i: :.! PIE Was Cut to' Suit {t k colored : 'For 'members of the Legislature Florida |I. Southern !

HERE AND E SEWHERE. N" ohn Wallace and Rev.,R. B. H. F. ATKINSON. : Railway V

I e.; That Suited Him Brooks; County Judge, J, D Wetmore; | Master ii Chancery. I : 1

I I Clerk of Circuit Court W. A. Glover; Patterson ft Erwin, .
j I and as ..a. result we re Sheriff W. T. Simmons; Tax Assessor.J. Solicitor* fOr Complxinanta.

'was Mr.in Thomas torn Ion L.lall.Sunday. I f, Lemon, Cit- I now wqrkingtFOUR Fox. C.; County reely;Treasurer Tax Collector, James, S.)ohs, W ,, ;NOTICE: W orld'Fair Route ,1 f+

I I MEN TAILORS son: Criminal Court Clerk; Rey. J. Ii. To Whom it May Concern: % .
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con-ned I in order keep ahez d'of Newman; County Superintendent of Notice la. heiebylgiven i that the undersigned .' "

,. ... Public nstructlon Dr.J., M. Waldron; Intend to apply toHis Excellency Best Line to St. Louis
I ; ] -:: ,I our orders. Ail this has'be I =
II I Membe a of County Board of. public William( S. JenntnP. Governor '
Regular j; services l a all of the n brought about:' by Instruc Ion. W B. Owen S. W; Dennis, of the State Florida, on the .
churches sin yesterday. I '
I' __ I the 'satisfaction which follows and E. W. Lation;, Juctices of the Letten ; Superb dining Car service.
I' PeaceTenth District..Rev T. ]H. B. I
Mr. J. ii. Dingle's ad it ion Is'going work. ,
our annexed. I
Walkei ; J. H. King Justice hereto
Ten. rapidly. | ,
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on ; I of the Peace (Eleventh .District). [ This 27th day of August A. D. 1904.,

Mr.. Richard j i" Vleleee-. who' wu con- J. H. tanley; Constable, c.F. BrlzlttConstable. JAMES T. SANDERS Stop ,OYers going and returning:
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templatlng going lo K West yesterday BOND 1- t GRAMLINO.J. .
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I We make Pants to ELECTION NOTICE. P. TATUM. at Atlanta KooiYille Land niSTille 'Ashwille
morning, did Dot g .. your ;_ i HARTER. _:
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!111r measure from Not eis* hereby given that a special The undersigned persons, James T "
North
principal Carolina
If )"ou "want to seep nformed as to Monntain Resorts
0.J city election by the regular voter sot the Sanders .W. S. Gramllng, and J. H.
the !of' the I U e outgoing' andIncoming city ol Miami.. Floridawho, reside in Tatum hereb,-Associate themselves together :1---h\ 1
; read th* Col ed Column. i! said c ty, and { 'thelpurpose \
,: d I 4.50 who own real estate for of becoming Incorporated 1 :.

)Ira:. Luella HOI- ee .and little therel and who have paid their taxes 'under the laws of' the Stateof See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge' in the world) Famous' e

called! for th past year due thereon, ,to au- Florida: t II Blue Grass Region, Lexington and Louisville.
Bobble on dies 1I1a'Ds.; Rev and' a Catchy! Shit thor1z'the city council of ,the City of The follow!;.g is the proposed char- Free reclining chair'cars and hfehj, class 4
coaches.
and 1I1'11.1 ,W.,Br9wn nnlay eveuing. Miami Florida issue bonds tearing day Through :}
? ter for the intended Pullman '
corporation:
Jacksonville
sleeping
cars
I I low to jSt'Louis.
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as as .
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I. interest not exceeding the legal rateState' ARTICLE
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Rey. Se tt Barney, t e cyclone )1.-EpreacherlOt 'of Folders, fates, etc., cheerfully, furnished upon application. J.
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theingpu of Florida, for
''I the followposes The name ol the shall be .
corporation .
,Tamp a, 11'11 be In,to-mor- { I' .
row. Ins ead ot tJnlgh! Don't fall to :$2OO; to-wlt and the' following, amount.,j The Flprida'jMedW Company, with 'J:. C. Lusk, District Passenger;Agent.
Its principal office located at Miami, ,
hear hi oj i d II 'I let (Twenty thousand (f20,006):! dollars Dade County.'.{Fl rldL l':' loS \\. Ba} ,St.,
{; "'"'I' I i bqhda, payable twenty,, years II :l
)lr. SI1edd1 waHl, ot Buena Vlste avery fI ARTICLE ,
from ate of Issuance
of said
( bonds, to
lndustricua khan; II preparing to. I The genera}, nature, of the business "
be UE< in the erection of hall
a city
Third Itreet. \Ve Guarantee our workback or' jd to be transacted shall be the manufacturing
cot give
erect another e n and 'department
Contractor ., R. no. ealn charge: ,the money, u .p i1 for: itJ.A.WORLEY 2ndJ fl building.'' J1 s: of, and!placing upon the market.
I : Ten thousand (10,000) dollars Extracts ,. and Medicines composed $$2.60 Savanna and Return

l1iattle eiia. ; the 1tured I in cit ybonds to be due twenty years wholly- in Dart of native herbs, fruits Ir ,
daui1J TI : from the date of Issuance of said bonds, ,
lof lIr. and ilres. H. \Vells, i and berries, and >n'such quantity and
I I : National Bank the proceeds of which are to be used
Next to First .
thatwujtl>> coma in"Satnrd.r. faIled : quality as shall be decided by. the a=
"' in th making and paving of streets '
to com{ ) 't k ow., ; I Board of of Directors. .
Vby-.dd not h iretofore paved within'the well
I 400
j' I I settled portions of the said city{; of Ml- ARTICLE' m. :Columbia and Return :
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)lr. Hr17! ;Wet ,the up-to-date merchant 1/1 orldL'V ,The amoun ,of;capital stock shall be '
Magic City am i 1 I
his alread3 a of the,lumber $2,500.00.'to be divided, Into 250 shares # ,
I 3d. Three'thousand ($3,000)'Idollarsin ,
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011 the ground for the addition to his i or the par rjlue .of $10.00 each which .
Store. bo ids, payable in the 3- .,
I Drug : : twenty years I V. :
4 atorehoaie.l 1 J J J :- shall be payable at the option of the '
j I procei>ds of which shall .be used In"the J '
-., Board of DIr Actors In services, .cash or I I i
i c purchase of a chemical engine and other r
Rev L J..Tarlor: as'in town on 1 t property r or personal, at I
MD. ;fire ,apparatus for said ltt real
J. BUTLER, J i
-- SltUrd. ut went clI: the sameiIght.forta ? Just valuation.'to be fixed by the Boardof '
Prop ietor'I"" nlcess&J'1' Seaboard Air Line Railw
air, which wu to be'elnn
ehu'rch.f .. election will,he.held Directors- of. this' Company at a"meetIng -
In the t his ,
tnterest.of
called for this .
f I ILI Meiicinei In' the ', of Miami, Florida.;i;on the purpose.
Toilet '
Drugs. Patent, jay ,
I ARTICLE IV.
D..1904
24th of October, A. at the _
Rey. W. B able pastor ofA :
r: wu. e r Articles Sundries Per emery This shall continue and
Coeoan.t Grove Jot E..church,conk regular hours of holding'electlons, In corporation -Wed. '
.. (MrYlceII us 'al on last Sun- I ani Stationery f the office'of the'Miami Transfer Company lave power o operate, Its'corporate Aug.
l1 cted I 'Only I Drug Store Colored Town at No.. 229 Twelfth street and franchises, passers and Immunities for
t !' ,I I com.ATI' : e sun nrra ..TUft.I that the Inspectors for said election si term of en #-flYe (%5)' years after: #

:I follows.: C. the commencement of Its corporate ex Special Train to l leaie I '
H. ; Budge
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}lr,' is ha, McSmlth. 'or Lemon city -' :" are named: u JacksonjilIrfat-H.30 a. 4
s "u Inl town 0 I 1'T to see thedoctor.ijHe Miss Sarah WIIJ.Iama. the cultured c.. Dl Leffler. W. U Keller and. ,the istence. I, 1

hairy ull'rlDe Quite II ,sister of ReT. LW. Swain' .itho, li now clerk] of said<< election Ice'named J. C. f [ARTICLE V. < .

: deal with a Ipralaed o.llder. Dr. J. I rooming, over ,Brown's store, 1s employed Cramling. I The- business of this Company shallbe Savarinh,tickets rood returning plat train ,on or before Sept. 2nd
in Colored Town Bargain Houseu The ballot of said election shall read: : conducted bye' a President, a Vice: Columbia tickets I
A. Bntleris;:
i thej iding pbyalclan.t '' good, retnrning 1 regular trains on or before Sept. 3d
saleswoman. She comPetent "Baljot for special election for the Issuance President Secretary, Treasurer and

A.Il 4 lho have 17ot d'the. news boy ''every war. and we predict"for her and' ot. bond held In the City', of General )Manager; and, by such,'other TICKETS SOLD :FROM ONLYO.A.'Mcbon

PleNNy htmJtoda Please pay In the proprietor much success. She II' Mlaotl Florida October 24th.' '"A .D. officers, agents or employees, r nay JACKSONVILLE >
one of Georgia best 190401' from time ti time be appointed by the
; advanea ,Let di know when you all teachDuval f :
to get, .your piper. IWe will satisfy. 1 I For bond In the sum of" Twentythousand Board of DI eetora. The' office of Secretary I.' I "

r .. 70L 1NNN'I I County Colored Republiclans f20,000)dollars for city halt and Treasurer, at the discretionof Assistant- Gen.-Piss. Agent, ,' Si C. Bojtston, Jr.

.t I';-.+ bYe, nominated- full county ticket-:: Against bonds In the sum'of twenty ,the of Directors, may be filled Jacksonville. ; Pa.. Agt. .

t n colored Repabl au o..f this city all colored.. ? |1. thousand (J20.000) dollars for city halt by one Boar| the same person., The '

f are'JlftJiarlq to' recel a'the candldatel"ho The 'County Executivemmlttee leas -I II 'ALSO 'i: names of the Officers and Directors -

are to conic dow O'a Wednesday, follows:' Lawyer J.DJ Wetmore. For bonds In the sum of ten ,thousand shaft consist :of three' members. and -

; We trPt that nU wit hnt paid thettL chairman and G; R Commjngs, secretary 10.000)' dollars for paring stockholders I who are to conduct the 'I

,.1'OIlt:, etI. by theiL, !, This* 1s quite an advanced step stretti. business of pat corporation until those' .. -,
i-r ; JJI t M (' for the colored Republican's In Duval Against bonds In the ram'of' tenthousand elected at the 1i..t.election' shalT be -

r ltev. Butler, mon 'CItJ"1 able county.- I "(flO.OOO dollars for: paving qualified, are: /

pastor,of the Ai 11. ,church_ preached streets' ; I .James T.sanders,[ Prey 1eat.. () Iubbi i iigRates.
.a soul-string sermo at Bethal A.. Jot I ALSO
t: Hon John Mitchell.. 'editor! of W. S. Gr mllng, VlceXPresIdenL.J. .
.
;. ,E. cbtlrch.last fight, which .u much the Richmond (Va.) Plane: ;and presi- \Tiit bonds In the sum of three thou- '. H. Tatifm Secjeiary and TreasurerAnd

{: 'le 1.1l by,aU I who and It. dent of the Mechanics' SavIng;.'Bank Ian t (f3OOQ) dollars for fire apparatus.: James jT.SandersW. S. Gramlingand : '
; ,A Inst'bonds lathe sum of three
;: "' 'I't of Richmond,was the first and the only : J. Hatum I shall constitute. the' I .
-.i..1 Lt.I!: J: & pbens, the 'abl colored delegate to-the.National Bankers thousand (3,000) dollars for fire apoaNotice Board f hectors until said election, "J

:: Dr.t. aulstantdteac er In, the pttblic Convention, which convened: InNew Th $1I1ce1 and Board ot Directors ofsaid The people of Dade Coupty will want all the news

'8chooLjWhO l h. be i teaching up at : York. city .September isth. He is Is here"by given that;on September corporation shall be elected at the this year;as it is.to tie an interesting one because -

1- 3Bnuai tll .umrl er. uraad to the city}one of the foremost business negroes in 15th,' 1904.- the City Council'. first annual meeting of the stockholders 'of the election .

.. resterda1)) morning, d he taken up this country; I IWe" i! Miami.I. Florida, at the regular session and atjeacbJ/ annual: meeting of the

Vii: her works in tI j sch I-rooD! today; E -- thereof, authorized the lpeelI I election stockholders thereafter. The first an- ,

send of'J'bonds as stated In th 'notice, and nual meeting of the stockholders: and NationI! State '
: are glad for' anv one to undersign and
: Woaiaq's'd4; whl h war esiGrday by authoz\z: the each annual meeting thereafter, shall County
olr A.. us news of interest at any time,. Any ed ,Committee toIn regard to the
:, was PUt Chapel, )I. E.t ,
i be held at he office of the Company on ',
ZlOli to not.veceiving thing that occurs and you would'liketo calling.of tai / lecton, and ,that the ... [
Angus.
t the IP b1fam, Friday or, Satur- have it published send It, to our object'of of saW election Is to determine the 27th dar of ,
j ARTICLE VLThe
t
day; )Jot : on the second office. Wben your' friends leave the whether/or not the said city.If Miami. .
city"or when they come td the city, if highest amount of Indebtedness. ,TheMetropolisHas
i Sunda In Odlber ,Florida, shall Issue bonds In the sums i .
.J'.J :;' .., you hope to hear of it again, send it gii 4 for the purposes herein named., which this-Company may at any time

,' 'iT.Lost) Satnrdty', eteuing.. a pair of to our,.office.. We want news. Th; I S. Frederick, Chm.' subject itself, shall not .exceed the perfected arrangements whereby it can offer

t. Gold W-Foca1 pectsFiw. Supposed to what we are after. Will you help by I'I'J.. E. Lummns, amount of its.capltal ItOCk.ARTICLE such attractive' rate for. various newspapersthat

: bays been_ droped qn Avenue D aces sending, us.,whatever n sot interest '.,W;Hahn j VII. there shot-Id bel no excuse for people remaining

it TweDleth Itreet. S ltable'reward for you come In conflict with? We Members of council: constituting authorized The names and, residences of the lntorporatori in ignorance,asjto the happenings of

f. returnlto W. fl' '...........u. want,school ne;'./ t will encourage committee. ,. :! of this Company, and the .< the I .
J4 both teaches ftnd pupils. Send ns I amount' of capital stock subscribed by year. .1 >
'1 T .
.
11- :cG.I .._' !- j --' some, ,Th / bring parent! would ,like : .MAStr iALE.. each;are u follows:'' II

r;: .Tbe icoloredi'm';: !la: of he city to.'see/nlft: smart Indnrtr out ton or ,-- -, "'James T, Sanders (Seal), of Miami, I t .'' .\,' \

tul organize this ernoon at 5 P. Jot ,,d ter'snames'publKfljd, for high Fla. ten shares.W. ,' RATES.
; a. arnenters' fnlon. We .trust that !t Standing\ Ms or,her clas i for deport- lender,':"and :V? Virtue of:a ,.decree S. Gramling (Seal), ot Miami- Fla. r i' .
I of fof cloaure and sale Issued : .
ment or ten shares t
i to them. All
mayIprove
t ,
otherwise'1ve '
; oui of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Tatnm'' Fla. :- JcThet
JDechUlca: out. Come at S J.> H. (Seal), of Miami ,
;; o'clock VeflCI Ii .......;. .:- ., aK\ ail of the reader of* these Jar Uclal Circuit of Florida, in and for ten' shares 1 i Daily Metropolis

. ,: .., l 'f'\- with few Made county, In... cause therein pending State of One Year
n tblirtatls to fo: us through a Florida : 1 and
1. ,', i! ', i' I wherein J.-A. Robbins and U'W.R4bbtns Dade I
crier
of
statistics of the'negro to County ,
n
4.Mr'J theflrst': ]
J. i negro '
\ !' 8. -'Vbtte;, 'them'selYes. his wife are complainants, personally appeared before 'J $10.0O
iooman'to beladml ted to tAe bar int" a t lty with nit that we On this aYI( Daily mes-Union
Till Jroes of tbUcountry' and E. C. LaDler and Fannie H. Lanier, me JmMT. Sanders W, S. Gram- '
Kel1tU k1. S 'e.. examined before are, progressing: ?, t _
.." the ."i.... cult Court, of Lexington 011. September now have tn si ivlngs banks hij; wife"W. N. :Johnson, the Bank of ling! and 4H.. Tatum to me well known Semi Weekly mes-Union 15.50

,_3th. I I censed to practice in the South. They owi i.' north and Bay\ Blscayne. a corporation. Lucy J. as the pe .sons' described In. and who i ".
South. f499.tloO.000 worth of farms and John Ion/ William D. .Hughes, doing subscribehir names to the foregoing
: th
.: 1&w.-j ;IHurrsh fd e ehcRrsl' Weekly Metropolis w Semi-Weekly TTmes-
:
i''I P I farm product, and JTOOO,)00,000 worthof business! as Hughes ft Company, and Articles.!of Incorporation of the ,
!, ,
1 DaVI..' devoted wife property. Do you k ow' that the the Sanford Loan and Trust Company Florida Medical I Company, and did severally Union. j.. ;- $2.00
; 3lrs
Laura] thej '
: negro produces 1172.118. KK) worth ,of a 'torporatkm, ire defendants,' the un- acknowledge that they executedthe With Atlanta twice
Journal week
from
; y... of Mrl Alfred Dan, cam.In Key a ;- 12.25 -
,, n ? Do know that he dorslged. master in chancerr. will sell, the and uses
\VeaiSaturday( ( .mo Ins She.report* cotton per year < you same for| purposes '
:I .enjoyed her trip at all, not produces ",to the amours of $5.756,357:: ai;1 public! auction In front of the Courthouse therein re rc". With Wtekly: Palm Beich News ;- '*2.co

produces year door. at ,Miami Florida during, hereuntoset
wanting to see K ir West even *>n a per year? He "each In witness" whereof I .have
i I wheat to the value of $ ,148339:1 oats th i legal hours of sale on the.first Mon- my hand and official seal, this 27th
,
; '
'jtaP! I I to'.the value ot'$40.356ll''e; $215.926: : di y In.October, A.D. 1904, the, same be- day of.August. A. D, 1904: Old subscribers must pavall back dues before they

u MrJ William A : Butler brother of sweet potatoes, .12.691':1Jg:: ; and 'corn. in 5 the third day of said month, to the j + .8. M. TATUM. can take, advantage of I these offers and cash-

our Ir. Fells E. a: d';Rev:; J. A.'Butler. f4C.CS7.493.; Do you know!that the total highest and best bidder .for: cash/the Notary!PupUc. State at Large 1 in advance must all orders for
accompany
of llemon, .City'; w oJ!liver-at Cocoanut annual products of then gro. includingrice jj'owing: described real estate of the My commission expires Feb. t, 1907. these combinations

Gro j, iwas to monClq: 'yesUrJay.vlslUng hay and buckwhent amount to defendants, ,E. C. Lanier, and Fannie ,r .4 "' I
1p e Utter, who returned $232.437.515.8ZJ'' These 1 g rev tell au. "I| Lanier his wife and W, N. Johnson,' : SPRAINS. '

r to the :city and spent last night. with thai the negro Is a blessing to :this lying!, and ,being In the couty, .of Dadeacjd S. A., ;Read. Cisco Texas, ,writes, >RESS T

'blr F.E: 1 J_ country, Indeed.: State of Florida or M much thereof arch lith. 1901: "My Trrt: wu :

1tJer. J may be sufficient!! to satisfy said deft sprained ko badly by a tall thatlt was amtM

;! .Tie. jlndependen Order: of Good"Sa- "in a"-Republican mass meeting held'In and costs of sale towit: useless;' i .nd. after using several rem

;" w tan:and]Daughters i ot Samaria. the Odd-Fellows Te ply, In!
f1!I": Miami: ;j- ,Guiding I I tar .....d'N".. 47. Thursday night September: 'ojt thirteen (IS), of block thirty-eight I +' Snow, .1J.nImelit. and ,vas

r merits ;to nigit .at '7:SO o'clock, which I 15th. It :was unanimously voted by the (tt I ). north of.the city of Miami.'Florida I[cured. II earnestly;recommend It to .

;' 'is its. ; regular-meet, ng night All member -{meeting to nominate a Jcount ticket according to a map of said city :''anyone..suffering from' sprains." 2Sc,

.* 'are expected I to be but' and visitor .(A committee of five was apoplnted to'made by A. L. Knowlton, C. E., and, recorded !riOt fLoi Sold by !Red Cross Pharmacy.

*;krf cordially ireleon*. ,.submit the names of the,nominees, and In" the office of the Clerk of the : .

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Southern I .. I I... .. ,eonrtpf. record' a prosoentlng attorney !Incorporation of each hereafter
i
*unporated -
; .Railway i' ,Y R.: S.: WILSON : tobe named the county' *8OIJeltor.'wJao : municipality Into ODe bt wok
1
Err: IVE HAT 29,1904.LT I shall, 1a.I appointed by the Governor :classes' snd4 no law relating to the) creation
and confirmed by the senate, and who *
ointment or powers cl.tog
. Dally w the Kan. aat0 _NonbaadWjMJ.vJackwiivlUa .1 I I I. I' Contractor and Builder, shall hold office for four years. His municipality or number'of munleipaVItlea

..... aek..wvill.. 74.p 76t1Lt compensation shall beXecI by law. lea.than( the whole 'ot a claaa
Jewp ._ ... .. .1. tto.Ry 1t163p L.Jesup, Oa_,... 10 top Section 28 of Article V of the Constitution shall be Ya1I&Section :
Lv haraaab .... i.+ .... .6>. Hy W 01. Ar II-.a 4w... FlaIIoRJ\: \ I OwAro1umbla. .
.. ry..Ri a00a ArAUaof.tla,..,. 6YUa1r ,. ...... of the hate of Florida Is hereby :. 24, Article m of the OonsaV
Charloue. .. No.Ky 9.5. Ar'Roma, GL.,.. 731.ArGrero .'
0'
. .
" buro .o U7 1110p ArValtontia_ ..__;....-.:.So By 7.. amended so M to read u follows: tutlon ot tie State. of Florida la hereby .,
:' Ar It.vllk .. ....u en.I !1 Ar ClII&ttaow.> Teai;...__. .80 IIf'I : NOVELTY "
. .f Ar LtxlndoiwKr): _'..._ & I4a WORKS I. Section 2S. All offenses triable In the amended s<> aa to read_u ron .:
Ulrblnulld. ..co 'J {41p Ar CIDCtDData.ObloQ&: C I 74Qp courts of record shall be
.LF. LT Cloelnna'l. ,'O .----BIII Four-.op- Builder of fine residences'a Specialty. I 1 prosecuted Section 8, Article Vni of the Constitution ,
'
Ar LyaehbYI{ ..... ... I.. d, r 4aI, Ar Cnll'agO .-__)-... ,_,..'. 811 Four I eNaArClmrlotwTU1. upon Information under oath, and maybe of the State of Florida la hereby .'
. {10p L"Ylnnal l.u... .
filed at any time, whether the court repealed
r.u..lus'
: Araa.btugtuu. .. to. Ar t'hle.gn. Iii .. I Wiater bomri for tu.r.t.baeinraa blocky; la fact anything'is thAnyone < baijdin. lineto j
Ar Balpmur. _. .. r B 1115p L..CII..IIO... ,,. U ill U> woald do welt. to I. 1a In session or not by the county solicitor '
p.rCblr.llo. commit
eontcttplatinrbuildinr andnothing The
"" '-; meapecificatioaajj rep plant cast la eompUaoee with
AtYhllad ID6U. ? P YUa IlL .. ..,.....: Cll&l'l: ,'7t:}< 1 .. Totes
Balldera but the circuit
_dew Y : 'F l{ P R {and Betngamembet of The xchangv and ei grand jUl'J"of the said
proposed and the
rclsenoniyU.. _. C H *.. U' a45y7a. amendments
wd Florida Limited.' ArTolMln,O.. __,,....._? C H t D 'bat Unloa mrn.I eau guarantee no labortronblea on.my work. Look meapor write!me court for the county In which said! beclaratlons .
IGr W..hregtw canvass, and
Pullma. lager, Ar Detroit'M ten ...-. .. ....,... .....CllkDl: 72Sa.PaL'neal p retnrasshereof
Daily 1ad..mvtlktoA.a Dr.wmga.umltllee*tk4 L?(.."" 11I1IaU.OAr _. --.-- 830p -_ I 4Witter court of record Is held may indict for shall be subjected to the cam*
-- ri'tabunt.V.- ....: :... ,.. Pa Unt I 10a offenses triable In the court of record. .'
LT OlnclnnaU,0.T.__ ....... -Blg '"..'T!Y30pArCtereland,0.BrgPnot !: Upon the finding.of such Indictment regelauon4. ]and restrictions as an pro ;;
T.ro.gb' Tb. Yndu18k.d I .4ia S. GrahM.Prea. Tided by; law for general elections la" t
< Lv fArtuatoWp Kr _. _. no I the circuit Judge shall commit or bail the State of Florida.In .
+ .
Lt JacksonvilleAr Colombia e.ru.0. G.!A C7fe?.'.;-.bo. bo Ya KyBO.K J IJ'XiOOp a 0nP tlrh ArM ArLSuUvlllr._ lxinl<._MoI.Ky.t--'_.._'._....>,___._._.:... "s.*.S'ISNo. ? l ,Dade County Abstract CoSEWELLi the accused for trial In the court of record testimony whereof- I, hare .."..- ..
and the solicitor of said
Ar AdurtUlr. N.C -. ....1 '10up v-"I h. Florida' Llmlt d." D.llywljd. county unto set my hand'IUd affixed the great'
.Ar Hot Kprlu.il. a37p ....,h....and Pullman shall me therein
Teatlbilrd train thnmib x+* exei oa.rsa court Immediately
Kaoxville, Teno.. .._. ( 8kwplogCanlxtwm.rlktn! Ny York.. seal of the State of Flo-Id* at Tallahassee .-
Ar LoaiMlik ;:.7J NaR7))' 8 VI.Ko.30 -- and.information based upon such indictment '
ArbuL-mU..,._. .. .. .*-.- ..? 4b.p the capital this the first dq'cl ;
ArCfttriiHiNU.. 7?_ 615. NORTHW ST. 'j+ _. IS JamtsM.jMlM.Jr."VkePr upon which information' the August A.'D. 190. -
-ilyii-uli iAU IKawmg-Uumn and t BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. accused shall be tried.
* > Hueetale.ptngACuibetwe.aJark.onvtlaand i Lv J.cK.uimlle,KU...._ ....... .Ku By 7 bl>pAt (1.. 8.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD
;o{ fn. LOOK I.Jr.up,4/a.! ..: ..... _..-. fIG R, IdMpa .... Section 29 Of Article V of the Constitution
." ,. ArAtiantaJta Ar '1Io""D. tis.._:.+,-_-_., _' '' _,KG BoRy Ry nS_>. .. Furnishes accurate and comptracts eteAbr of' the State of Florida' U Secretary of State ,.;
1 It;]: 4 ,] l ArAnni't .A1a.World' : .._ ..."-.., '- BoKy 940 or Searches of_Title to any.. hereby amended so'as to read M follows .
s--" fur Jijket'.Jo), Ar ArBlrminlW.m.Ala.-.NoRr IIpmpbl .Tenn_ _,. Fda.i. tt4G4ttp land in County.We own cltmplete' : THE!: DEATH PKNALTT. <
f.. I' A'Kiin'lty..Mn. FrtMi Yew Abstract Books of all the land ReGEO. -

gc: St., LonisjXoijn! Sale Ar Lv Hot.."..*.orincn'ark*..*., T"WU"_...-.,. -. -.- I u.; S. L. Pattcnov Tpeat cords of Dade County : ,'- :.: : : :',: ;; Section 29. There shall be no county' A:little thln= sometimes;:reaniu la .
Sec had : court in any county where a court of
_
;: No.; 13. -The Flo'ldi Limited." death.. Tina, a mere scratch. !cols '11...
j record is established. I .
niflcant eats or.puny bolls hart pa4. .J
f'j AKK1V L'iAf J..CKIIUIVII.U:! :: Section 30 of Article V of the. Constitution .
I j Firm Sew TorkjWathlnRtaa.et j' % No.A"Winhlnf urn and Florida L'mltrd.."':S: a.m. H. MEYERS Florida the death I penalty. Jt Is wise to haw .- :iBncklent
of the of Is
state
.:' From C4tjgo,Oh.'nDatl' : DOOKO,etc-Nn. tl,-Florida Unilb d."':li a. m.' hereby .
': From Kan: ....0111. M nphh.. Bin !i""ltalD..FlorIdti Umltcd. .:4S a.m. ... amended so as to read as follows: Arnla'Sal'n ever: handy. 4
i From ClncinnalU AinrTiilw.sea.-Su.:r, -Wa bln 'on and r7'vtea L..a.rd.:2IIL. '
contra Seclon 30. The clerk of the court of It's the best salve on earth and win .tiprevent'
EoandiTnp Rammer Tourist Tickets now on sale. c t ing Elect ician record' *shall be elected by the electors fatality when Burns Sores. i

./: C. LU3K District Passingt r; Agdnt; 103 W. 'B&) St., Jacksonville., ... .., '.' ,. of the county In which the court I* established Ulcers anil PIles threaten. Only 2k.. -1

C.H.ACKEBT.GM.: ; ; .W. H. TAYLOR. G. P. A. I Launch Supplies and shall hold omce for four at. all druggists.'1 ".j,

8- H. HA.RDmCK.tP. T.; 1C., BROOKS MORGAN' A. G. P..A. J I. Batteries; Spark Coils Etc.U13vnue yaws' and his eompenantionsbanbe; .
fixed by law. The sheriff of the county TWO.IS B!TT THAN ONI- i
C Miami, Florida. Write f or prices
j; shall te the uecuUye'omcer'of said 'Here's ( jlrraorou ,
for the 3
SEAtB0AiR-D' ----;; pointer t
: | court; his duties and fees.shaa be Lied readers I (You want to save money :
;, & by law. and we know bow to. help you. Wa w '1 ran
DOJANE RAULERSON fix It so JuG pay .lIt more thaih >
(?, Air Line I Railway -.... ; r Section 31 of Article' T or the Constitution puce bf one paper and get the two :
> of the State of Florida U hereby you want.j The price of She Daily .'

!F.:' I f. '. i/I/ UEALER'IN' I amended .so u" to' read ma follows: Times-Union been reduced and to the Citiaea following has recently prices ., .

t \ t, Section 31.: ;All rules of practice governing Three month.. ............ I 1 M .. ""
&;; Savannah:! Columbia, Camden! Southern! Pines 'I 1 eats Live Beat bxeaa; Chol est po ittcry.. in* circuit court shall be appli- tUx months........, v ..;... SM l' 1
*' Raleigh, Richmond,'Washington, ,Baltimore. ; ChoiE' Pullte' Arnptiod I cab'.1 to the courts of" record: Changes On.. J....|.....' '00 6W S .,;
poultry ,PAIR, _T R s t T M E 11 T. of \'Inue"m -T be had from one court We propose't<, send you .both the w .J
hi'adftphic.' Her York.: Daily and Sunday TlauM-Uuiou. ;
_. i of record to another court of record or Citizen and the Mataoroua. for: .J
J Two Elegant.Trains' Daily.3eaboaral to the'drcuJt court: of another countyfor Six months................ $ I IIPOne .
; !' ?. 5acc.ror. to C. 1'"I1LEIt50111, "the a.mt'catlaet., "and under the Je.rl.........,. l M i
Express Se oard.a.l: t ca .talllUlle4tIl., seat hol- We will send you the SemiWeeklyTimesUnion :'
i ,! : Corny:, 13t 'SI. and Are. D _IID..lr.96E' ; laws providing.for changing 'the tense and Citizen and tbs ..

j Modern PullmaQ Equipment;. from hit circuit court of one co: .r' !i.i ; the circuit court of another county.The Six month for.....,... | 1 00 -
: ONLY ZINE -r-' Governor In his 41I cr Uonordec One yearj......'...:. S 00 '.
I '. w . . . may Thus for U cents more than the :.

ointla{ ltll t l $ mmrr :llClSODfI ai3ielOrfeu; : : : 4 t. Corner Av'enue'B'aai, ;' llthj Street. the the circuit circuit Judge court"of"having:any Jursdlctlon county to of and price for of fifty the( .dally cents, JOB more(ret than two the papers regv .:,'::;.

[ TillE hold a special term of a court of recordof ulcer price of the Mrtaorous,you get a
&' ". For full inform tin 1J..J, fernier[ -.ervntion', call" on a agent of--thi I G. A. MULLtR- P I'I toc: .J such county for the purpose of trying the 8emi.W klj Times-Union and .::.i
I Frnia
: Citizen and. the Farm and 1
aboard write !
!E- ", i or such cases In"which the Judge of Grower. t t .

.:' A....0. JLti: ifun.'i>iH. ASL Jaeismilla Fla. : the'court of record'shall be disqualified. Send your subscriptions to us. t.lal- .i
Oat In advance. always at these prices
Parties to any cause law In a *
!Sj C. BOYtSTON;,: Jr., Pass. Alit: tSVN.CARLQslJ,x court, of 'record, shall ,have the''same. Tex. Urraorous Uismi,,Fl.t '-'i

right to trial by Judges ad litem or by
1 Th 1 e mate;of the East Coast(.Florid* .
referees as may exist under the Constitution .
"w''' "
Is (nearer perfeCUO than that ot any 1" fOi'1II.Y'--!' arat2.50j .! or the laws in reference' to TOe Eagle Batter Shor... .
Open DtbIlJ ayaad ,
L ;other place 4n earth. *. 4 '* .tL TW, : p..oIal. per week tn c..mmJni3l Ia'P.. 1 cases jute' in of'circuitrrurts'the'! court, 'of., TocorJ or mlY: ;be'dls-If the Four'Cbars' ::, .' ?o'\\aitici/{ :;

.., PALM'\! mrn fnew Large SAMPLERLrHsPft : ( Service i in .
t IL the
the circuit : ] City.
,
to
.- f6e 61t 665.. florLJDo qua13ed.. t-anafer the cause
Aruliel court of the county in which such 4' COLBY Prcprietctt '
East Coast N e "e '. e'- e e . .! . court of.record may! te "' 302: .Twelfth n Street. -\1

Section 32 of Article V of the Constitution -

I You' ,Intend, To Bui d .and f amended of so the.as State to read'of E as lorlda follows-is hereby;, J ()L ) BRATS 1 1 1I

.. L a szr \ I I.SAV I. :':j- Section 3:' .Courts of.record shad be
abolished by the legislature only upon .
"
E ONEY.w a ititon; of a'mtiJ rlty, of the reglsterwt 1

: .voters of the cousty, where'such' I "
court is'euiaUisheJ. ou can talc COICI 'j 4

\ INFORM T11E branche of the Buifd ART1CLE'LSVIL '. 1''ly subscribing fore 1

-> t ,'. II ins.T,;,:des repro 1."ented. tle"i That ,the following amendments toSection ..! .. papers IOU want. ::4I1ROUGII

i members. Of' this assobiat-lO,{cheert I 20, Article III, and Section U, ";!I
'
a1> t I Contractors folly will tnrnisli: pldnsspecifca'tions Article III, and the repeal of1 Section 8 ;

t ] I :,and estimate Addressi of,ArtIcle .VIII; of the Constitution oi TIIBetropalis _
/ the State 'of Florida be, and 'are here-
A4 C'.lat lon Contractors As ociationalfaul ,. by agreed to and shall be submitted to :

FLO ID\ the -electors of the State, at the general r: ,

_J flection to be held In, November, A.

D. 1904;to1t:
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.r
1 j
Tpri& Hard .Section 20, Article m;'of the.Constitution We_ can give you.the '

; of the' State' of Florida t!*,hereby Daily Times= '.

*} J t u fka.r Oraag. this.Ylasppl. P1a.LUoig ; ._ ,s _. -> amended so' as to read .e follows" : Union and Daily.MCTKOPOLIS '
, Ccaait Grma aaJ T ( lakU Farm tf Uu swath triMarr tl a j I THE ONL"Y'gE' Section 20. Tne legislature shaU'Dot for J

| DOU5.IUTEB, LAKE WOBTH and BISCAT5E Bit pass.special or local laws'In any of the $10.00 a year or ,

.. art naca4 lrm laduMiffl* vU the : following enumerated cases; that Is to both for 6 months It

FLORIDA EAST COAST RIILTTAT.Railway. : :'LI say regulating 'the' 'Jurisdiction 'and for fice'dollars.C .:
i duties of ant class of, offlcers, or for .

the, punishment of crime or misdemeanor ,
Painting: Es'ta b1.1sbn1en'tI:
; except for the enforcement of b
I special .local laws, regulating the'practice :

".AvenueC f I of courts of Justice; providing for

V changing venue of, civil' and' criminal ,I The Daily
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Al i| : : cases; granting divorces; changing the : .
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t- apr at Waatlfd h..h,-Z..t c-t at,f1erWa..,late asp;tt ]1 .I names of persons; vacating roads; Metropolis ji
lMalar ItetU' aU Uur 1atbraatSoa.un. 4 j I' 1 ,. )xECfoN NOTICE. uti I received the emoluments of such summoning and empanelling grand lend ; ,

I Jt6PAla017{ 1.I'.UtKWJnr, J.Alt1Enty I (Continued from pare three.) J"j I un the exPI ati ''of. their present petit Juries and providing fort their : .
ran of for assessment and collection ]
l r..a..r.r.r. '"' once. compensation; .
::t-I : '4IGC8'1'L'fE, 1lLA_ ._"=- I!e. I and wbo shallbe' appointed by.the j i I Section 25 of Artl< le V of the Constl- of'taxes :for state and county '- al1 '

ernor and confirmed t>y tbe If' n, ant I II 'tutlSn I l of the, State >f Florida la here- and municipal purposes for opening
who shall hold I his odca orour rears:.'!] by*amended so as to read as follows i and conducting elections for state and

F Atlantic Coast Line. r The annual kalary ot-tfie Judge of said :Section 25.' The o urt of record shall county and municipal officer;, and for .Semi-\Veekl\ J' .

.,. courts shalM belaid ouartcny by the !I II i have exclusive jurisdiction of.all criminal -I desfgnating the places of voting; for rJ

i )I ; t 1' county where'Bucb court la tsUblisheJ, cases not capllal, which shall arise ; the sale of tea! estate belonging to minors Ti es- Union
4.., QuickeR(time moat: ueeDent'...nce North. East and": ,West_ via I and thallb>\j' as follows:.In counties of In said county and br all sees at law, estates of descendants,'.aDd of '
: < ATLANTIC: COAST IJNEi.I" The Famous New York and 'Florida Special 1 leWthan Lateen thousand population. In which the dpmata.! or value 'of the persons laboring under legal, disabilities J _

1 Si i solid human]: tr&la'C Co mpartment' Sleeping Dining and Observation Cars,,i one thousand dollars: lID :counties of property does not.exceed.one thousand I ; regulating the fees' of officers of a -,

i: 'electric lighted throughout. leaves Bt Augustine! dally except Sunday at 11AM I from fifteen thousand to ni-.rty thousand dollars.' and 'concurrent with the clrcnlt the State countJ'or municipalities: 5-:50: yearWeeklyMetropops. I

,' arrive:J New York 4:45 J P. ) following day. '" I population, sixteen, hundred dol- court shall have exclusive. Jurisdiction ., giving effect to Informal or Invalid e
;.. Florida and West'' Indian Limited, .carrying Drawlng-Roim. Sleepers and lars;' In counties of front onrty tbonsnd of proceedings relative to forcible deeds or .wills:' legitimatizing' children ,

t Dining .Cars! leavj: "llaekaoavin*' .at 1:00 A. M. dally acrtvs' New'York:1:00 \ to'.forty-nre. thousand populationtwo entry, and unlawful.} .detainer of ;< providing for the, adoption of
:. P. M. following day. | ? I thousand dollars; In .counties of i lands and tenements.' children; relieving minors from legal

! Chicago and Florida L mlted, solid Pullman train xtf Sleeper, Dining and more than 'frl1-m: thousand populdon. *- Section of Article I V of the' Constitution disabilities; and for the establishment and SemiWeeklyTim .
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Observation dars leave* IuboaYWI'daU7 at 9:10 A. M, arrlva Chicago 4:00 .'twenty four hundred dollars? and I I[ of the State-of Florida,Is hereby; of ferries.. e ..U n i n

, 'P. M. following day." !IThli train cWrrtes'St. Louis Sleeper arriving St Louis Ul criminal Icourts of record now estab- amended so'-as to read. as follows Section 24. The legislator shall establish both' one year at .' .

.. 1J5P.U. :'I'|| 1! 'Ished la this state shall upon tee Section 2CViTber(. ; shall be.six terms' ,, a. uniform! 'system:of county

; Dixie Flyer' ,leaves Jacksonville 8:0" P., M. dally earrtea through idoptlon or this amendment, become of'the court]of record,In each year.. government It shall divide municipalities ,

slrerers to Chicago'and Bt Louis, arriving Chicago .llf P. M, Bt Louis \nd be courts of record u herein pro Section 2? of Article V of the Constitution Into classes of not mora than four Two Dollars.I .

: |:0< A. U. following, nornla& vided. and ail officers of such criminal of the State,1ft Florida Li hereby on the basis of population; It shall provide

,The quickest Une try tour end ohalf burro to Chicago, aersa boom to -ourU 'of Neon shall be omcera'of amended so U to read U follows: for reincorporatloo: of each .
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St. Louie, \nd,one hour.to LoulsvflUMAKR RESERVATIONS PROMPTLY. such conrtsi, and,; discharge .the duties I I Section 27. There shall be for.each now'existing.municipality, and for the, ,,
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'H-1"!9i Shawir at) ject for pie Ite game of ".kin." They rere brought PARKERContinued AtCErrS -

discourse delivered .a ,t the First M. E. to the city\ yesterday morning, and confined ..
in the count] jail until this from Page" four.) f -
church yesterday mornin, was the J'
-'Guidance of j ;oo." tram the text, "Igill morning,-when they were given' {I a preliminary

guide thee with )lln .eye" He .hearing ) by'.Judge Hey&er. three liutsequent years : ] "

gave many |1stancP fro: : the Bible 'The three former;were fined '5 and 30, 1904, were about'519000,000, use Waiting .
'1 costs thlrty-d..s In jail] while 'gest
history as wef'as from m J-rn events, each or Is the la sum
some from h'lsjown'l rich e ,;"'rlence, to. the two latter were assessed.$10 each during alike period, since. the ,
prove the special I I guidance! [of God. both oil sixty days in prison. Brandon Davis of the Civil War j

In spiritual and material ..hlngs.. The i and Ellerson paid their Or.rs. This .drrt upon the revenues ; j : your I

sermon -was! ip i truly ,b ptul one"''to : country bid had the effect which ,.
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those present] j u 'v Captain Allen H. Paul of the.Sal-j have been anticipated\ .'and 'now i

,. I Tatlon/Army, with beadqudr ers in, have prey aced the reverse of be ;' .!

That Taylo fl\1\Tt'M\ (c loped) Is an Jacksonville, was In 'the. city j Saturday uatlon, w ich led to the famous IT .
advocate ail : expofnt uf gambling soliciting subscriptions' to the vation, h II a condition., and ., i\ M :

war furtherl proven, y, when Isewu army's festival fund, and' was successful theory, w!Ich confronts us;" .- scow-oe.
ltITalgn! before )UII' ee Hill on a In raising quite an amou it.. the though th present incumbent r.e;'i
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charge; of"I 'I !pngagin I' a' game of people subscribing generous/!/ and the close r the first fiscal year, : fouacrAon., e ,....J
chance and 6aed $50. ''Tbi 111 the, third willingly to the fund.( The otoct| of which! bet assumed control loor the I I GEJiTI.ftiul' ;;.1

time Taylor bas anew red 0 the charge the money so raised Is to dispense mlnlstrat n, a surplus of receipts, I J -

of g mbllngb as II Any, JouthK. The charity and provide needs and .nevessi expendli 4s of more than ; :.
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first time 1"118 ..up.bo> ore Justice !ties for the hundreds of hungry ant there wa an excess or longer ,

Gramling before he retlr from office destitute persons throughoit the over rece jJu at the 'lose. or.the :
and w. fined $10 Tile s oDd time be world. From here Captain P a41 went fiscal yea I of 42,000,000, and the larger:

appeared inhe County C stand paid to Palm Beach. and will wor from c\al\ mo'' thly reports made by '

an eSBment, of $2d an the conclu- there back '"to Jacksonville. He" expressed Tretiury: epartment show that > \
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)Ion or third, Mime came aday'when himself both thank: ul and !expendltu es are continuously,J I f

be told his 'troubles //to J sMice HilL gratified for the ready a'id < beerful rapidly Icreasing, while the! r
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1 manner in which the people ol Miami are dim? ishtng. 1 % tiq

)fro Jamei (IT, Brundajg; >, one of the responded to his solicitations. In 'this connection 1t,11 !

proprietors of the !;j W ml ;Transfer '- to note the recent J I {

Compluly. 'bose''suble on Eleventh FOR SALE. orders forbidding government. I :

., street was burned during the.\ ummer,' :The tono' lng'articles! ,for ale at from ma Ing pubic any' s I ;

will arrive]in the flty on ir'about very reasonable.prices, being i le farm estimateslions on which, future ] ,

October IstJfrhetf" }bejwf| decide upon Implements;' .etc 'of; the Roy Palm are to be' based -I 1 ti StIaeSS arcs b CO '.

,'the kind tad|,size of, a s able building farm: '"v If a ma of ordinary intelligence fine (loran Hum

to be erect in the :pla< e of .the one Three' mules, 1 wagon 2-horse; prudenceexpenses hould find In'tbe ,-.

destroyed. Mr. Canova, manager, of plow, '1 l- oree plow 1 disk POw) 1 of his business such al| "

the stable, says It is I liner than proba-' disk barrow, 1 smoothing harrow; 1 ndou8'rcentag of increase,1:-;

liie Mrs Br/JlldageJiD'/ ; luthorize' the 1 1 set, double harness;. 1 plow ev ner, he not pi imptly set on foot an 1n
f ir'superior' to hand cultivator, 1 powder blower, 2 fps the clause of-the waste, and[
the one destroyed, :and 1 hat the work rakes immediate measures to'stop it, .
hand ;3 hues, 1 set plow lameas, Bros. & Co.
ef erecting!' will start ion after his cially when trusted employees ,
harness-
1 L set double 1 plow veners,
"" arrival here.'I'j been found dishonest and
) i| i O.OO seed
':! worth garden $9ortl '
!i "- l f alfalfa l,''pick, 2 grub hoes, 2 shovels!<, and 'a;widespread .Impression i "
It is difcpit to keep ni with' the new that a thorough investigation\ may The picture shows
the
[ reigning
strawberry: plants.. I -1
subscribers being dally added to the cover other 'cases'of '
For prices and other Informs tion apply : 'vorite, in FALL AP ARF.L. This Is [
Metropolis\ and our ii ilation' .manager at the office_of When this Chief Executive rel ort thenatty': suit.the 'best drvssed'young ;
will appreciate prom notice from Congress!that, "through frauds.':
John a *eilly. : fellows I in the big cities are now: wear- >
those who t tali toe tth r.paperregularly. genes aid perjuries, and by Ing.
NOTICE OF,SPECIAl MEETING. "
If there are tnr ling it who briberies the laws relating'to .

have not;ordered It It 1 I e 'mistake'of I" A special meeU--of.the it ickbold- proper induct of''the 'public: ;; I We can fit you 00

the carrier fand.'h1', ol ce should be in general' and to the due : for sow" little aprice $ Ile.

notified of this fact ;also It is not the !Guarantee Lion of tl e Post-Offlce Department and't as" 1"I

Intention ofj the Metroijotls 'to giveaway ,at:the offlce of the company at 7:30: been nctorlously violated ." I
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'any ecep4vaa'occaeiopaliaampte a' f
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tapers there wi.s general popular
p. m., October 3, for the purpose of votng '
I copiri I and If {any, >v ,mistake are'recelVinc to amend the charter changing the for a rl'id,'sweeping investigation! i i

it [[who do, pot **U.Und to pay 'name and place of buinee> ,of thecompany Congresi in addition to that 1
for it we :should !M plfttsfd to be' .and.1nereuillclta capltallxmtlon taken the Executive himself.

notified. I an tlgatlon the Republican
from $25,000 to $50,000.: [
% H. B. Shaw jority Congress ,wonlj not
between j
Some time tie middle and '
n' Secretary and the minority Insisted that
latter part; of October that touching of good

and appealing, drams. TTen Night In i| Cash I It. And the minority' .

a Bar-Room," will bepreWed by local right The I -J
HATPINS. find us* for liberality patriotism 2th 'Stt eet
talent for the benefit of the Ladles'AldSocetr ,
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boa'
o matter lavishly national pride of the people should Miami Florida. "
\ of the BapUat'fchurci. Those '
; ; she is supplied The price to be made an excuse for waste of
chosen for, the cast! are) R. B. Gautl r, (() i within the reach of afl. Plain public funds. Official\ I
Professor E. Hall, A len WIgginton.
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and plated,26c, while. solid gold one official crime.tTbere.U _
Culbertaon Coats Howard II.

Hairy 'l! p. are'sold a* high a* $7.50. ; not a sentence In the
Aydelotte.. Mae ;Alifce Moody Mia --, i iEA lieu platform( recommending"a t
Mettle Nelson, .Mis*' Tulle WIgginton Pots. I Uon the l ,
Jn expenditures of the ov
and Miss |j llce'Ardel: tf' Professor T I I lJ
ment; not a line suggestingg that: ) '
R. E. Hal will be tage an4 reliable i
manager Only
w; quant of silver ncrease in
the cost of the War,. ; s-wyo. Me MyKaJ ..
d the first reheansaijlwijl I occur- nextIslondayni ;plate is ,stocked and Tea Pot
I ment from $34,000,000 in 1886 to f ftt -tv'+ e prtki -
htThe O prices for..full slues
Com- 000,000 in 1904, should be inquired ; atrltlae .lea ....'
mence at $6.00, Then '
7.00uP/ to $36. and
not a paragraph calling for a *'tl I'
::,: steamer Mart nlquf', Captain The heaper.ones being plainer ,
: much ough Investigation of those Yw lIlY I nery
t;: lu 1
Saturday treatment the higher-pelted ones menu f the government In which felmu Y ear Kesaiptlr

\ I. ( showing evidence of.super l' skill In honesty( has been recently -............. ." .'. .. I., ., .,
,I. vans, bad |i rather i j rough but not unsafe decoration,'
/;!' J&II8II8The' Jorjrt veather. Cap ;The people, however' : can by

:' tain'Dillon: says'was'' nt'l'lnteredTrI- votes, it they desire it, order such I
invest) ation:and Inaugurate a -
day morning about thirty 'miles{i.out "WATCHES I "oman' e and that I'of' \ ICE CREAM
and'retrenchment! CROSS
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", from Havana, when!* squall Btpick the it Chea watches economy i -
vessel and: for'anj boir or more blew never rthe uP' a an''s bur safe to say. that this will' not be' Tlut'.l'Ine
:We i comp1 bed by"endorsln"e'at'.the" ; I II PUARM y
r with great velocitp. ajnd kicked up at. Dess. ,(lave kind f watches Ddal u !
t. 'heavy,*eiibut Oil, ship stood it well, that !nlLble''Us to say we sell more II the Re mbllcan majority of the! H I sndDe&iaw
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A and came out without Iiyury. FromKey watches than'any/flrm In 11 alni. Come< of Representatives which refused i ) sea be [Iud
',: West here th< sei was'rollng and, In and ,talk the hatch que Itlon over; Inestl1atlon'):; arid made the L. L. Bur tne.

". outside of giving e rjerythlng and everybody or, if you cannot, write UI for a cop I tions-nor,by continuing In power i : it. P'dicfe4tt. here.

f' a good ebakl ng \\ap.; s'j ill effects I of! our book of watches full ,Illustrated I administration''which made' the i : I
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y were sustained. I I .. bursements. e :
ty "- 4 AIR BRUSHES. I Reform in expenditures must be r
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We
i':' East Ffonda Seminary, Is to have a : In hot:i the Civil,' Military and tarry ,

t. [first-clan physicaj;laboratory M outs. I Probably the bruah II :establl' ihments',In order that { the wtr51 sstrta st .f .

;' This news' was' received yesterday 'by used more than y other ax- ,tional ,expenditures mar be' .

t:' .Superlnt ndellt JpOOn and will be tide. in making the toilet, and surely a. hast of peace and the & .' -lDOMESTIC ,

k- balled with dellghtby) the 'students and I nothing will let off the bfre&U'more maintained without recourse to I : aws'I '

&::. patron alike of this leading Institution than x''' matt IIlver-hacked rash. Our taxes of war, ,. ] I ,

f: .-throughout the country..The svperiBtendent prices start at .3-00:and limb cap' as ,| CONCLUSION I .cty. :

l' .. .Was '''yewjerdky wthorJ e4 b/ :high u rou wish,to par,.. ;: I have put aside's'congenral !' 1". '

:!;, ,B e Board 'ot Tnistejes to expend the I.' ---:1: to which I had expected to devote je .

i:' sum of $fO? for j thf purpose,of fully I DISHES TI ife; id order to :-;'-r.-+'''.as best, I' ., I

equipping,a physical laboratory for the .I ALMOND the r'gsponsibili,.,,,. post ,, I
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Institution.:, ,Thtat;'t ether with other very handsome de-. put', upon me.

Improvements andjcl; anges,which han I ,signs In :"'ent glees. They I so Icit( .the.cordial. : co-operation I / !

,. been.made In the ,sc tool for this year .,form 111 uneommon wedding Othollda7 generous assistance of every man :
i; will plain It 'IeCOn to none In the gift They'come la lmOBt every style; bell \' M, that a change of measures I

country.) and ,It is < nly fair"and just heart-ehaped. or oblong, dish 'fr.. $2.00. men ht.this- time would be--wise, ., Sale
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s that it should reedy the large number I i

U' of -scholars anticipated.-Gainesville. I "; r -r >- :
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If' ,Sun; : I! I' t 1 LINKS. your cuffs, wljh strong ., I

; : f' links, thus, .insuringlong 'I'f '
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On Tuesday evening' of this week the -/ wear.' EYe ''Deat,style @'Ea"t Our' :J3read@I'1' O ,
borne ofj Mr. and Ij I Mrs. William M. made finds a place our unrivaled '

: Brown,lot fills: place!I presented } scene display of' these mat necessary ,I z j A
Kimonos
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of enjoyment.;and merry-making.' seldom piece; of Jewelry Ck> for$1.50.. 11NDWE'WILI !j J ,
equalled', the Mon being and prices as ,
1) the go high as $50.00.. ** ,
nth Mark. Twelve -- .
of 'the birthdaypfMarter iittle folks' of Titusvllle were ENTREE'DISHES.No Add Years ;to Life I ITHIS
$ Sacks
Dressing
present!pad t front 4) 30 'till 930 o'clock E woman can consider her ,joui

fan of ail kindstir J! s in order.and the 'stock oftable r 'txmpltte-with ,." '. ,
to havje a good'time was out one. or more dishes -
opportunity'
Entree and
both appreciated and taken advantage'of Soap,Tureen. TegetablDisherT and Steak Bakery i is:he only one in Mium; that'makep I Muslin Underwear
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by the young.people. Pefreshment*. in great variety All in ,neat and .
"w consisting of jc j crtam, cake and nut.. cut glass designs and moderate prices, It cakes :Machinery::, and thereby J '

were served ijn abubdance, and the tip considering quality. I. ind'ermuch, more healthy: cond Ions. Try our At .
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caBlonijvas unanltiously 1 voted .a site I "' j" ',,. "' :
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I '**es. Mark waS f| It e recipient of many I '

.;; beautiful presents, and his friends all I RINGS. I* our favorite depart L' Made Bread 'OO H

:? wish hinTinanyha| >py birthdays In th"l probably [because we fit B'S. :
: tuturej-East, Coat Advocate ( so many dalntyj fingers-some 1 ..
and'you will thinkitas delicious cake.
vine, Frldriy), I with engagement ring and other with ; ; as 1JO'FI'N : -

I i I plain gold drcle, that bind two lives .20,000'' >F'FKED RUTTKR[
f. Deputy Sheriff f, H.itopcr.made a together. If you want a ring. come i d' RH SpeaisJa ,

; good haul, at banla Saturday night here where the best can be seen linked SEYBOLD.Miami tal e P'.upple I ieneral Contractor. .

w, when be counted 'up and,landed SylTfwter : to lowest price' I I SII s at oace. Cradln.
'1-: Brandon :Mi Ellersoa. Joe Davis ; IVs .2 1,000 Bias tin*,
:' H. t. WHALER : : : : : WRITE l I
,Joe Jones and, John Robinson, five : ) Florida H. A CHESLEY.Allapattah I Well. Drilled Sidewalk
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", aegroea. while!, e1''2S Ed IcAhefr'taror" I *1< twelfth' Street. ;MIAMI.. Fla. ( P. O.and Box Road: 453.Construction.- Miami. Flai
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