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

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E 'I 'South Florida Carrying Associated Press' *. Dispatches. '
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!- \1ot..1 2n4: 1 I t=; T I MIAMI,';FLOR DA" ."TUESDATT.t .'f OCTOBER_' t" jj 1904.*. '" u: .SP' | ;, Price 5 I:S

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two great, oceans; but w* depreci ,t* :ADDRESS TO .DEMOCRAT. '

i CANDIDATE D lbe.action.of the present adminlst\ a- 'JAPSR'OUT THERUSSIAN THAT STARCH um TOHISI.D' 'I
October
: DP tion, which inflicted a wound upon c ur -..NewRandolph ork.] '4.-William ,
national honor by its dlTegafd of .t ie t : Hearst president of the Na-

rights of. a yeaker'nation in order to ohal Asi Delation of Democratic Clubs, .

URGES RE'ORM gain a doubtful.credit >for' energy Ic TROOPS FACTORY SCHEME bas issued an address to the association l fAHTHLY REST

.' k forwarding that great enterprise.i ,Trritdry -. urgl ig the memben-that'sp.rtM ,

of.neighboring"republic!: wiji '.._" '' ''j'jri activity' and' untiring energy be employed' f .' -'I;
1_' which. we are at peace, was seized' jy I :: .I f im DOw until the close of the ..;

:iH! ", I a band of revolutionists! ; protected ty I : 1'1 polls. H > expressed the hope that ev- .. 1 '.,'

E" of" I the Pep- the guns of the United States navy aid And. Capture Poschlngtun-Mukden's. Mr J Degea, the Promoter. is Here cry mem >er ,will do al! possible and Remains Oliver Johnson 'Burned :'iI
the Expenditure pf
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erected Into a State overnight whi4 11- t. j more tha i every before to promote and ;1

; ".. f i. pies Money;'.) : the President promptly ."recog \ Populationlcreasiag-JapsRu, t I and I Will Start.BuIdinq} j as Soon asafSxuitable expound! i he interest an i behalf of gen- I lad, laid_ to Rest'
ot- nine Jeff rsoniaafDemocracyJ;
independent nation., A. gross
an Gan "
( i : republic: Wb- }Ing Manchuria.With High Hand. Site be Secured.' .
:1 tense against a friendly -
1----1': I t' It was' helpless to 'TesentIMPERIALISM. I : I BR1Ooiaha AN >TALKING AGAIN. yar "

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IteTaiifi View' Ttoks I I M '} ...1 Many lottoij and Sorrowtod ..i
Oea Friends Ac.
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Makes These ud"inany other.un'Wamn JaI; 1 .: ; ;t Neb.. October 4.-William J. \
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Is Time for the,Democrats to Take things that belong more to an "empt' r T;,10. October. 4.-An o report I Mi" X. 'W. Jernl aD.t of. St.. Marys, Bryan left here:today speaking chiefly company .(41rpSe 1odle church' aft' -'
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l'i other police duty in the unsettled' poi- issued from Manchurian headquartersof FI a. promoter of the ttaich. factory at the sniall towns: -between.ben and .

Control of the Governn. OL. Uo'n :"of the country- condition;' whip the'Japanese army cay that a bodyof I this city. arrived in tcWn yesterdayandwtti Emerson Neb., [where he delivered a Craver-f Iremei How Comrade. :

/'j' do not now exist The army; howev, i! : 'scouts which were'sent ahead Sunday ( Vt once begin preparation' for the length,., speech.. this ,art rlloon., He

1'I: ; I has: greatly Increased IB cosXMinc consisting of a'rompany' of infantry erection of the plant.| wlll speak tonight at Fartlngton and ,
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..... I a tauter relatively than". It_ has In main ,and at troop of cavalry attacked and Mf Jernlgan has recently been, in the entln week will> spent In eastern J

F The following theleitei| of acceptance berL. -'"4 I routed a detachment of. the enemy's the forth and raised a ,strong stock and 'northern Nebraska.': Attend by. sorrowing' and heartbroken ::;

Ii of Hon. Henry G. Da la, Demo- I 'The expenses were: I cavalry and I occupied Pochslngtnn._ company' to financier ibo concern, and ., parents 1": and reagves. bereaved .";
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=.-J rauc nominee'for Vicfe-KdldeLt.' scat Under Buchanan In t8GO...! 16.500opf thirteen mile/north of Llao Tang. .. all hit remains to put the same on a TAX RECORD BROKEN. friends and escorted >-

tg' Hon. John Sharp WWlamsJ, chairman Under Hayes in 1880.....-... S8.00f.09| Further reconnoitering brought. an snbiitantlai operative WeIs to select .New Y rk, October 4.-The record for .acquaintances and

of the Notification Commit yestier- Under Roosevelt in 1904.... 115.000.0j I attack 'from :the Russians, 'who. lOst a site and erect the plant.j"r the':tmoi nt, of'taxes pall In In this by the- Miami Fire Department: the re- ,

day: : :\ '*' '. PENSION ORDER. : j I thirty men. The Japanese hid no cas- :Jernlgan has several sites In city' In"'p ie"day has been broken; says Dll n'ot.. blirer-Johnson'the! unfortunate ,4

,lion, John Sharp Williams, chairman. II1 on'-.of dollars-buy* been pa ualties. \ i 'j, view and will make his selection In.a city ties urer. Ricker, by" 'more''1 than victim of.yesterday, morning's .,*;

and: other Members of the Committee out of the Treasury to pensioners upi* 'ew :days. The machinery has all been fifteen mI lion dollars, and he expressed fin.. were laid I to rest this afternoon at !

t : | an Executive order the force of whit INCREASING. 1 contracted for and will arrive as soon 'he opinion that"the receipts will reach ,
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4 o'clock In the .
Dear sirs-In ;;acuuidauoe, with cus. (I. to supplement the law and supplan I POPULAfPN 1 .. I as it Is heeded. 120.000.00) before the day Is out Two i cl:1' cemetery \
tom. and my promise When loutted by the c wisdom of Congress A body of St Petersburg," October 4.-A dispatch 'This enterprise has I j previously beenup',8X payment ot $' 00,000 e.ch were '"made The funeral ,cortege" formed at ,the ;i'1 1undertakint .

your committei, x Iwait. sulphur eminent lawyers and citizens of pew from' Mukden dated yesterday written alYP.111] The promotersf ty..the New York Central Railway and parlors of W. F. Miller A j

Springs on AugWsMTUil: of B y nomina- York, of;both political parties, after say that the population of that pla&. ) thi'Industry Intend to operate a the Vapderbilt family.. Co.. on Twelfth street.. and 'was'preceded 5

Lion for the office of| Vic"* President has been greatly Increased by arrivals !arge'scale aod to manufacture their by the Young America) Hose *

1 submit the !following ''ol lervatlons (Continued on page tour.) !| .il\ from all quarters I I tanch ,from the comptte,root; a plant FINE Company, jot which. organization deceased .

ot U:* questions;; i ow before Chinese from the outh say the Japanese and tenons to,this section and growing YACHTOUIATCHOUN been
upon some ; hadj a prominent and active
1 'I' I I. ] are administering affairs n In t jnndance la the woods adjacent toThis .
the country. COTTON() CROP ; member! Following this'came. .1
Folt CHANGE. I Mfa nL root ca be gathered at .
TILES PROMT UOl'S southern Manchuria with a high hand I Chief McDonald and other members ot ::!
the reinstatement and there complaints of 1 a s tall cost and the starch'manufactur -
The times..an'proP'Uouifo: r anj many ,1J1, the fin'department with apparatus and
theDemocmati party to treatment from the naUvn.d. d' cheaper than from, other subs -
of CONDITIONSAsfonusbed ... I' behind followed carriages 'containing .!
the government *e public ces now infuse.' it also mak..Ula" relatives '
control of the I '' ", d.htter 'grad. of stitch than and, friends paying- their, last .. :i.
disillusioned c f pr- CONDENSED TELEGRAMS..
mind 1* being homage to pa dead.
I oth rfmaterial l and. that 'account ):
.ion of the \ Republ ican party, so I -. on From the of assemblage the cortege
t" tecu place
mail thatt.he ,John C. Peters, a pugilist, died ywrday the is no reason why the new.company NewYori. IIO.MobOe::oreKed to Port: This ;
Iou and so arrogntly. : _, U. 9 .' ._ a. : proceeded to.the First. Methodist ,,,
depends .. ,' aL West Bergen.' ... .... B \ tonic ,not: ao an> eteuslve.bumnes coiner
Ii material prosperity: of fae country ',.: Mpmng.WBli fa Owner. GoLf. Church of Arena* C and Eleventh a
o.n t ascendancy. by Weather Bur.aa5. i result:jof.a' blew delivered by his opponent .i1 :;
uponits street,
I' R ;! where, the,fnneral service. :.
an4 psopl anfligtrustfuiof -and h Many Secfloii Hai in a boxing bout Saturday night i ;-:- ., B. MerrD. were H. '
Thoughtful: patriotic1; Are R rtioa round. ; f. AWL. conducted by ReY., G._ Porter. ::
t t lh e heady In the fourth BAKER COUNTY CASES.
lore ;, :\ The church] was well filled with friends
becoming ;
..:. -.I.IThje I
; PracUcaly Been HarvestedS t |
and personal''administration e}ementjo JWB pl'ell8ntI. :; of dace and UM sorrowing tamlly.
(. than .. Prospects" ate brighter for a settlement *" Men 'l."barie1'Wlth Murder ,To .
i anjior' *
conclusion
and
,The yacht Ouii rbOua ,:COL P., B. and at the} of, the services .5
of the JFall. River'cotton miA 1 ift.Go To Folkafun Ga. !
li one that i.t i. ) the w..
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I. willing to lee Pisoed'p; I .trlke4'.. ::11.'. Miller.; ovcer;: and J.' )A;' Woialron. I body borne to the city cemetery
better 'reragnUes conrtitut onal an4ik ; ..... master. b und from New York to Mobile where the!earthlyy: remains \of Oliver" lac

,; ,- *hr la-wful reatrsintsi! _The r.demand oj*-'**-;*t f-tin+"rr on,* ORobrr 4 iiP. .;The! .*..weat=-,. ,ret .-" ..... --... -- .., .......,,"!\,..'. rf blAg aa beenhPSbythe! .Duval the: came, into non this morning and is- Johnsonwtre, : _laid. to their verla -
i wasteful U a asanc* So1re.\'s, week1 summary of c op strong earthquake shock :was felt ..county! authoritiesin regard to felt. '
that the preset ; ; at the terminal.dock.' -t-Q _
In the expenditure cf money; draws byliiatioa i conditions says-, 1 In Southern-.Italy Sunday, the .shoe] time the,Baker cotlOtt iltman JI lloDera.. Hll Tbs Ou atchouan ra one of'the'finestrafU 'Che following members! of thc Young :
the people and It- being accompanied by floods of rain.The lary Altman Charles and Ivey
temperature
nom tt* Industry,o With the high 'pleasureShi ever in this America bee Com&al7 acted as pall-_ ':!:
shall ceaselanS? that *co; lomy and tie rain In the cotton region the staple 1 '---- Harvey; are to be carded to Folkrton is se renty' feet ov seen r!ail.'nine port feet: ,bearers: lIarold WIIIIOD. Mack Pope? wCuss.

honesty In th e jpublic.wrylo sbaU be continues ,to' open ,repMly in all iec- )I body of*,an mknown womad.richly For a preliminary h iring, says the beam four feet draft vid is fitted.witha Hamilton: ''Ocore Nelson Cha "sDUloa

ap.n regarded |as vlnttctMla, the high tions, prematurely Georgia and. htia- i.clad sod wearing considerable t Tiems-Unlon. *j r ". I eixteen. horse'POTT'. ;vapor engine. a_ dl Ed Rice, while L. Bennett :J.

,places of the government.) sitllppl,' ud the plckl'Jl '. p ro68*. ewetry.was pound in the Allegbany Charlton county G ., Is .In.theBrunswick'Judicial She la handsomely finished throughout Hollie Donald and Al Douglas 'were <{

: EXPENSES' pf GOVKRNMENT.' ing under favorable conditions. river at Plttab Marks'on her bead.. circuit over which and Is built for comfort and'!:speed. Flower t1arere.; TC lIoral'. t.rIbut.a '

*Th* expenditures pef} cap tarot the' Complaints of a' scarcity of 1*boo and body indicate; that she. was ,murdered. Judge T, -A.- Parker' i presides. The She, halls:from ,Mobile; the home of Mr. were numelpus. be .ntlfulllJ1ci..nnro r1- .

areltnreasinhiat -a1anD- ditlon(are: Btlll. received ,(from o r- ,. Charlton county term of the Superior Merrill, tnd Is en'loute ate to the lon, ,J
there
erllm/nt from
JO litricts circuit will '-at a
prrgeaq admlnia- the'ce tral' and' easternjdl/ t ,_. I Court for, that be held
When the tk ns_of
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'. log rate; summer cruise at the dlf erent watering
I I'Th"e
hitJ power th re >yas a .: Reports indicate that nearlyall Polkstbn, .next week. The court wflconvene 'HAD DISTURBED NIGHT.Walmer
tration went :Southwestern: Baptist .AssoclaIon. I plates of the North"n coast. .
;urg* surplua, butt -otwlthstajndlng the the crop .habeen, harvested In -colored, jof Southern Georgia,. Is :! ?n :Tuesday, !October 10,- and .:The ya ht will probsbJ1:remain hereseveral

? .,. uuatloa..the!reven lea ri-: southern Georgia !and southweifcern no doubt'an.investlsrtlon of the case ?Carrie., Kent. En .. October '.1
i tnoru -u down on the 'Before D9V clubs, and d iys.' and actor taking oa fuel : ;:
rom are not now adeq.ut te meet the Texas;.'*eventj.-flv* per nt.I Florida have held a meeting In denuiet tlon 01 will at. once be gone Into by" the grand anO Muppi'e.: ud engaging a co=at'pilot 4.-A 'mornlr; b11l.ItI+a of L:;.Iy Carton's :
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demands made by. nikleis'' appro.prt4Uons. central, Georgia. and Texas aa.. 1 tit the same.. I ju",. I will sailor her home Tla'Ke"Weat, condition says.she pUlled a die-
rerenuesj' (11> shortth.u4fikallyUr cent.in the most.of the er : .. In the'meantime the !men'are'still IHB ty per, Tampa aid Pensacola and will as turbed ni4t. and It not 10'well today ;f
go
w C1ur1 I! I of ovetj4t1ki0.000. cotton, elate*., While "the ,Monongahelariver confined in the Diivaljcounty jail, andwillbekept direct through as possible after leaving consegyence.: ,. "
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the &'s slxtr daya of crossing : .,here: nn'll the .sheriff:of : ; -."
In i I In Pennsylvania Sunday four here.. Th<> trip down the coar.t baa been I. "
thls'Wal:: yeaf the. spend luna exceeded ..' NOTHING DOING. I miners in a'skiff! wp.rc'n down by. a Charlton'doubt the county sheriff come has Seen" after waiting them. for No pleasant ind uneventful } stops having: : The labolrs of the Irish Antt-E' 1lgraUon ::
). and '
i24.Out.OW Society orranlaaUon ,
ncrfP"'JJ1 an formed .
the i steamer and been ma e Jacksonville and ew .
a If this rat of iipesa should continue.! Davis Habeas Corpus Case Into 'erepWith twned: |i the granting of the additional' requisition Smyrna, after reaching ,Florida wat iltat year, 1o not appear to,have been
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foe hey }Jarvey.iade( by the Governor ,
the deficit tor !the present I seal year Circuit Court I attended with much IUteeSL The emigration ,,"
F would be In the nelgnb! rbwx' of |140.- ,_ ,.H I Hall of tnejjtown of Watrous, N. M "of Georgia on' the':Governor of I RESTING, from 'the South and West of .1
due :has,.been 'destroyed by flood and at Florida! The requi l ion for Hillary EASIER. -
deficit .1* ,
IKJO.OW. This P teedless There practlcaly nothing Qtn -.t"- Ireland, from watch the ontnow. chiefly
was
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luUtra- :least twelve persons drowned. The \- Altman and"Charles A tnian was granted .
of PIt a' tKs moraiiis on takes plac&,.hal shown 110 sign ot diminisbing. ,
to ezxtravagance! In the Circuit Court lire. city Is under water. i iCongressman by.Governor' Jenn lg1t, but at that And Death_ la. Not Imminent In lilt ss
oily i by imposingaddldooat :
Uon. and can met account Judge Jones J' : In'l900 the. emigrations i
of "I t __ I time It was not known that hey Harvey -ol Postmaatfr.. General.Washington. .
tasea' or syflii g bonds. officer In tae through the. port of Pork to the United ''Ii
reviewing a"lng.tO'tt.ajJ: had anything to do with the affairon -- ., I
thereby increasing the lnte est bearing proceedings. J. Thomas Heflin, of -' States amounted !? %1,105n! 1901.

'gon'1l flIen" Which corpus the-convening of" ; 4 Alabama,. sererely" whipped his Republican ; the. train, when Jackson Duncan October S-A- bulletin 2,450; 3.440, and 1903" 24,412. .

".' 4ebt'the epublk'aM* opt! The At came Into court and after ain' opponent, Capt. B..W.Walker', and 'Jim ,RileywerVkllled, of- Postmaster, Payne's. condition'was, For'tbe li eight,month, of the 'piaesent \ ?

: coM during J fiscal Jury, retired to:resume' their atle I Sunday at Opellka, that State. The In fact ,It'is' notknown.even'now.thtt ., issued thiee tines this morning. and< announce year are 18.51, while for i\ :J4

,. yet was 17 44 der ppl... !Vhi th means polled .yesterday.No, 'present aenU i trouble 'ocurredj over. personalities inj- Harvey bad anything t to,dp.-with t at!.the patient, Is resting the corresponding eight months of last, .
tax in formor began dulged In the killing of the two fnen.:. It was not easier\ amid breathIIg'm'ore naturally \ :
: that the average paid some far been made bY,the Jur '.< I i : ; year the r turn was 17..69. e'
emUy bl five persons have so b1'alker 1: known to the, authorl ire that he was than for_ another by every a j; Issued for a sjwc-al
order was :!
An
: A K-1" on the train until he admitted it during ed his pi Ise, and respiration! we're as
: toward the supporljot; 'i national venire of twelve jurymen retui]able : gto : against "- Though opted 110 more,than six ot- =3 ,
the as
preliminary any
;,;:, administration lof publlp i jaff tirs was tomorrow morning to. lit,as,petty(Jai the Sundayviolators. for selling liquor hearing 't ,Macclenny" 'good o'clock at'' Utae yesterday ; I seven years ago. the whole of the Gel'-,..
At heLi ,
the, .
over $ZS, which in the vise of.wage for the rest of the weet 1" I resulted In the arrest of thirty"or morepersons last week. t' phyalc''aas: aconsultation I man quick-firing: artillery' has beeli.

r earners, la a nslderable' psrcentage rors The Davis case then taken II nand last Sunday- When 'the preliminary! hearing 18 and reported (rom: the I condemned "obsolete't.and Is te-be-a- -
yw !three".defendants+ =
the
Folkstbn
held at t sickroom that' Mr.,
_' : Payne.was |consclous : Ihhld-protected .
rpl' the
replaced t
year.dlrec of bY
:earnlngs attentl : ,
of their entin occupied the jn 1 guns
It has I L" .1. I will he represented bl. the same attor and drank"coffer which h,,' >r_ '''__ __ ___ "J
:-Ko moss more shouldjb I taken from the court all day and It Is probable u i Three men rere killeo: and a number> ;eye t thatcond.ucted: ibclrdefenselMacclenny. 1 peered to rells!. D-M.isruder: 'sa'd a* co.img' on) their; nrooer.. That is
by taxation. or indl- have been finished by t< nighi Injured:tn wreck o? a stock train the Japan of field gun.
the people will not .
I the law ties of Walker 10 o'clock that while' Mr.: Payne'e'condition'wa : .
feet than Is.necfssanr. for < he needs or Bt least a decls\on'fe"dl'red.\ j; train Dear marc N D., last Sun} | 1. .. .. I
I Bryan' Dryan4'of' -
thity
government ecn onnealt; adminisfrowtb I day. tbl Shaylor,.and, .. grave tbat It did not mean A Londoner.lent a street bookmaker '0;
oi a and Long & Fielding of Stark i that is imminent.
t. -id. To shot{ the rspjfl.th otIs NEW YORK DAY AT FAlf( 'I --' I The prosecution In:. 'tie Georgia court dealt y_ :0_ : his watchmight ) ao ,tbat tW bookmaker

: .);.' tot governmeitjltnecessary1 1 onlyexpendl !" After having shot and killed Car j jGotchell will, of course, be con' wted by the so-: One o: .ilock':A bulletin says I- there, be ,trace sure ,that be did .not' take.,

''Y.ts, to give the [ttotal' : St. Louis October:4.-The most sue ; whi e., at. Bcllealre/p..,,lasSunday lc.lt1Jr'gener l, 'who w 11 be assisted b)' has", been no" iaiprovorient. |I in the condition : bets on a ,that bad! already been

::. .., tares! In the last flaeal.Jjr ear of the cessful of' State.... ebrationa at .the! JackgTerry'colored. was protected the law firm of Clan j,'ParkervftHem- 'of tPostmaster .. Payne since.* the run., The bookmaker kept :the i itch

';; l' following' admiplitratio's.'I Exposition, .la" point of' Interest. aai by thefpollce'who prevented an 1 :nlng of this city, and';l:. E.,Wade also consultation. this morninn and the le der sued for Itl! The xinrt.
'.I: .. that of New fork> Day} decided that, as I it had been lent! for an
1 attendance, was angry mob from dealing rummary just: )f this city. i, I ,I ,
..... .J.$ 63.000.000 the celebration addtressej ea '' unlawful 4urpose, It cculd not b s recovered .-
I. Buchanan I860 ; .L t' ; lncldetti'to lice.. The excitement attending thelynching _._.... j' 1 I r SCENE OF:DESOliATIOK.., '.."
{ Per capital $$101 1 1"" w were male by,Director Skiff! andjCommlslsoner remained: high' throughop>, .A number of ship carpenters and shipcaulkers at la W'., i ",,1
I 1t
}, Cleyelud..t89L..i.' ". ",000,000 'BUU to, which_ Goyernoi Sunday, and yesterday.. of 'this city met last night at Roeewe 1:N.: M ; Octob-r 4.-Rosewell The*"scout"! Adventure' one gr of Brig r:

,;, Per capita4$559. .I Well replied. The day will close wltl I i T"-..:. ': the residence of K. M. Large, on Ave-; Is a scene of desolation from the flood sin's new of warship launched ; ,)
type was
ix Roosevelt, 190f.,....|..4.i.. B82.000.000 with a reception and ball In honor o: While laying the cotter stone. of ,a I mue < D. and organized ,what ,Is to boinovn which s rted' Thursday-[land baa' receded at Newcaatle-on-Tyne on September8th. -

\%. Per caPita,!!$ .U': Governor and Mrs'odClI "t : Polish Churci In 'Adams. Mass., Sun as 'the Ship Carpenten and 1 leaving, the loss mora [ than a ,Shells .374 feet .I long $8 feet "J '1

JARMT.I : I day afternoon the,flooring gave way Caulkers'' Union! and bfflcers were I million dollars. There has" ben 110 inches beam and has displacement of ;e

11\I ;; .. answer to criticisms upoI1'M i the size BARTHOLDI IS DEAD"l} and one hundred sal fifty persons were; l fleeted- as follows: K. M Large, pres- train in here since last Thursday night. 2,850 tons.! It will be armed with tea .?yt''

and expense of! maintaining the army precipitated to the ground many of' dent: F., C.. L nd"yt -prealcfent: >A.Z. and many. public and;business' buildings 12-pounderj! and eight S-pounder quick-

the President has said that h* numl Paris, October 4-Fmlerick Af snare them being Injured. ," one,fatally. I Croft financial uel. recording secretary collapsed.. firing guns and two torpedo!tubes.; Its .1

>er.o* w.Is no,'grs er per BartholdL'the'sculptor. 4lecf today': o; r and T.' M.: Robert,-F; Thomas, have, speed will be 25 knots an hoar.r r '

capita\ dleralI.i: times. But an tuberculosis' which developed I three I -. .TJ. D. C.. MEETING. I ,s. :Morgan and Ed Russell, F trustees. THE: 1 COTTON MARKET. 4 ; 1

r'; tile said that h*, number yean ago and became aggressive j 1"tlli 2 tSt t---: i ,The object of tile organization I* for There is.,no organised community' f ot .'.1j

of soldiers!; now ,is no gr sater per la the last few months. |l' / I ,. Louis October 4.-The National mutual protection and{benefit, New To rk, October.4.-Futures open- Jews anywhere In Japan excepting at .
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army then was n'texs.arT tii protect Bartholdl designed the Statat,. o; Convention Daughters ot the Confederacy I ed steady October .970; November, Nagasaki. !, The synagogue there wss -1.
do York harbor and Waion met here':today to annual session Chllllcothe. I1L.'wa partly destroyedby nber Ie; .lunary February. ..I,
settlen from the Indians ai id to Liberty In New I 973: Dece WO; buSt by a Japanese lady who had ass
"the inception Ot t.the gnat ; work ot ot the .foremost;;workmen' In I hli and will"contain so the rest ot the fin Sunday'night i Assistance was ; 893;.'March, MTj" May '1002 ried'a Jews, When bcte4, she,>iflt ',t:;

building;tb. exam that j Is to Join'theS' .lint In the world. '1 I 1 I week, l'summoned"I't:, from adjoining' towns..' Jra*. 100 I.bid;_'July 1000 bid.- -'. the synagogue In'his memory. .:
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Ya cited.-- "In Ohio during the )f-nt.ear! MEN WHO,GET THE NEWR TIMES-HERALD. t CLIPPINGS. il..I I'Ie I" .. .."" I;' '" 11..1...... I
6.443 suits for divorce have been filed. \\it.7--

IIATlMt; 4436 decrees hare been "aDted.1; and The "special correspondent" of 'the How Editor'McKeniie Views Politic o El.O .
POLIS.J. -
a I ; there were 11,368 applications pending magazines and newspspen with ''his Politicians" and Others 11'
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,;, ___..... ..; ,.. --.... on July 1st:. Where U this IOrt, of name spiread big at the head of each I of KINDER LOU GA. y
The Democrats claim ihat the Dingle .. ,
f: ..ptNtrloseaer' ,datl s efts 5 .aa7 thing to end! ,It is bout as]bad as his articles and ofttimes his picture, tariff la the mother of trusts. Now .;
vklATWln.f. polygamy. The advocates of a uniform too, Is a spectacular being known and 2-" Jt sake=
f tlrtn+ictn. divorce law have'much to sustain {theirThe' read of II men, says the Baltimore who will locatethe] father? :. .: 'S

....... L _.+- _.__ contention. )_ I L f News.' The anonymous reporter jof'' th? The world' Is[growing better and i
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.? 1 t..G .al ib* PoMoBto tMWeoadclmumi Itfaolrlorldh Associated on contrary.Is better The.base-bab season is at an Kinder Lou Crates..r I
uer.T. RepublicanNew York Sun,In sealEd book. His personalitydoesnotVbter ;
end 'and not an umpire has been ,
*"...., IIOlItaon ....... r ,"UaAM ee speaking of Republican Goernor Odellof Into the stories he writes, killed. | iJ -.;
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IM milnjAad of th. DniM< IltalOl at u.- and the' Newburg school politics, for i ep the personal element comes Chase & Harne f. Miami
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.M' iRoGtII.n r.0.. ml tl. gays'lU history "Is a gladsome jtoplc in!the dor of the unpirtisan element ,The colored Republicans* of Escam- + ) b .J

UM Year bl.)4atl, ...... ..........$c.oo for disapproval in the nice homes of flies curt jof the window. And partisanship :
bla uji county '
01X Months........"'r:...! ......... J.IIO Newburg. It is a tale of gi -mlll. I Jpolitrlmmings.- bal no place, in this -tremendous' have were put, perhaps a full"full"' when UckeLThey they Sell Kinder, Lcu( Crates al! over Dade County j

Tars )dOntha...... ;... ......... US Ucs.--wlth all Its atrocious: organization which runs its. -wires and, did IL"" j ...... .. .. ........ ..... '......'... .... ........
O.. Week by tarri r.. ......... 40Company. You<< can't tell It_to' a Sunday-school sends Iti agents Into all corners of,the j r "_ 'I" .
-, class and neither -would respectable world and which 'serves i.constituency tiibbona .'
Cromwell !, the popular T ----- -

atrrrtldai The Ilaml rates"Printing mad known. one 1 people deslre'fb hesr'U",1 ut.th now. Gov-boy of I' varied political faith.. And, yet:.l I It Speaker of the last House is now young in ...I. . .. .' .,.'". . . ...1. . & ... ... ____ ;
the old gin-mill days fact that the
of |
is |a significant during however '
Cuba. He is still "in" politics, -
| application ernor of the' greatest! Stateepuhllpan( Inj' the pr\Sent.r'ar\ between Russia, and Japan / F.W.Architect HAHN, I
.h HON$ 41-2R.. Union, and chairman of the!Republicana the glided correspondents have been "L./ r -

omCE | ? Lt 'BUILDING. organization This a Republlof utterly Routed by the humble.anonymous While we wish Pleasant Holt of s

-; 432 and 4M : Street : can 'opinion of the R. reporters. ,The former have not Jacksonville, no! harm, ctlll we would: and Builder I

Opposite: .Court I House., New,York I been able to'get within peeing distance not regret having that big mayoralitybee ,- .

; o I of! the sctuaH operations. They, have sting him.- j L I now have in my emplojr'one of the best I

TUES ,Al'. ;iOCTOBE"I <4.< 1304.VriUlOHT SENATOR. HOAfc. sent bore innocuous stories of camp draftsman in the South :sand am better' \

!. : 1 : I J it life-and] home life in Oriental, lands, The Republicans' in Dade'county are I -' prepared than ever for furnishing- plans
pslaocRA c TICKET. j! but of real news they have had none to shoeing; considerable activity. That is and details tor good buildings fine cabinetwork --'
:; The.Cnlted ,States: Seraie.l 1. one ;' the anticipation this ) etc. I am now headquarters
report jlt'was olj about the only] "showing" they can I
distinguished[ pjerabers s in j i for turned
ofjts'most work
scroll '
which awing and all
1| For President.+ the death'of Senator Hoar J The country l It jd One of the great newspapers make.' !. work usually .done in a FIRST CLASS
of New Ili ork-one which has had an
ALTON B. PARKER. also is the by hjs d He "- '. planing milt x
poorer at' y
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far' : enviable record In the >:handling of| war Major Abysmal. has urctten Into print
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VJos-Presl ( a'man, of wide legislative'experl-
: as news In the past-to send no corn- again: This time it Is the old Sheats- Send me your' order fort '
HENRY a DAVIS.' culture. doors and window I
? large information ftn 1 broa -
'." st&te. i Ynce sponden. s to the front this tlme..but to Holloway contr veroy. Anything fora
.- For f United Senator; : lie served his roun ry long and frames. ballusters ,
W rely .chiefly'upon the Associated Press, bit of free pub Icily. brackets etc. .
JAYE9r; P. TA.LIAJ1FRRO- clean and usef il life lived '
led
ably, a f
of which( and convinced
and It was the realization MIAMI
FLA
;t For Congressman x ,
'poor and died He < littered[ jwitlP. '
poor
'- ( FRANK CLARK. bis but Tot11 moved two,of the most' famous Fay Temple top, the Putnam .countyactress .. . ..,. . . .. J... ',. . . ._ n.
I party on many qut"5tlopl. harried Lillian :
f correspondents to give up their is to be } again. j -.t
For Govern with it on all. for,he was a parjtisanas i disgust fast week and tart ffthft Russell, howeve 2s sit'1: several ceremonies ,

NAPoLEON B-!BR WARD. .well as a patriot,.rays Nashville i On the [otter'hand, it Is a ahead o: her. 'I -- vS'
For Secretary of State American. re :' j : *.
the'news
of the war
great
rarely-has -r
i 'S. CLAY CRAW 'ORl?: Senato Hoar in',.his tl Lady 1 said his doIng 1
been handled'as promptly, ,,and a i ac-i Czar Sheats subjects are Robbihis
f .. For I Attorney General-.1. i many severe and.unkind things about cu -.tel as pa's that of this one br the their utmost to make' a mountainof A. &- CO. .

fWM.tt* : the South, not only' In 1 he heal, and Associated Press' agents! There has the.,Hollowajr! trouble, when in ,-- .

.. |! For 00 rancor of partisan debar hutliv. [ cool been little 'worth' telling left .ui told reality it Is scarcely"a mole-heap. and
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:(" :; J.. c. CROOK. t and deliberate moment.*. In hlSjlater .. and as Ijjttle to deny :Haiaizess, -' Oarr:1aS: o .I. ,
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f For Stats Treasurer years; however when, h had! broadened 1 On rare occasions,the'nU Is }Jltied The Populist candidate for the presidency 'DepC's1'tC' '
under ) ,"
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{ wx. v..1JCN and softened' and lipeped e
; : from the personality of some r en hit a negro hack-dr.'ver! the other
' "t'i+s". Tor' Superintendent lot Fnblie tnstrnc- the.refining.influence of time| greater p7 day. R'e11Ttt iij the only "hit" he bum is '
ycofiV1L hit tatives": |pf this news 'agt>nC7. and j I then Juality Temembered long after price is :
:: )knowledge. and, truer philosophy, the explanation of its efficiency isj had e. thus. far,in his campaign. ,
M. HOLLCWAT. came, while the.. : be One -, suchcase happened yesterday ; forgotten.? : j -
For Commissioner of' jfcgrtcnltnrj admirer of the southern people because ,
an when the tale of M, Kiriloff was print 'The Democratic candidate for Gover- "

; ," i I JL,zt: McLIN., of virtues,which b frankly con ed. ,ThK Associated Press reporter was nor.'of New'York'Is-said! to wear an- Quality Makes the f.
: Ford!]Railroad ;Commissioner ceded. It has been nearUj tw.ent/years' with the Russian armv at Llao nag. old-fashioned' dollar.," Hope it is' notone "_ Bargain

'r .,.. ;JOHN U MOROAn.For ago since he said of outhrrners' "They In'' gathering tba news re entered"the of those "corporattog collars." ,L .
I ''I some ;lch >I candor : 4 'Taf 11th., i3tsst. ....... '
or:' 'of l. (' State!Cb lfltj' have ,qualities w t fighting!lines and moved from point to 1)1e&81'1. 1- -: 1J .," > ,. 2F'ia... I
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U- r it:,K. BOSK.ac claim in an equal degree Tor the people point wjth Japanese shells bursting all Macfarlane and Cheney maybe 'I 'f ". '

j'f, i t .....l.COt1NTT .- among whom ;.1 myself dwell!. They around fhim, making, his. notes "as he persuasive speakers! but It is'Dot -' ..
... 'ITI for < iraacd,' which f. ,
{ have an aptness co can many
walked and ran. He,wu shot through probable they "persuade" of
fj."' ." .... makes the southern gent lemanj;,where- the lungs, but despite the pain and lose otic people to vote i for them, In NovemEDITORIAL i 'GEO. H. MEYERS =
BenitorI ever he not r only but a : .,
For State goes a pa of.blood his ,rode fire hours :to Llaodin ber j J'
i have love of home; they +, ',
3 -.r. I 1'. H. HUDSON.j prince. They Yang' to file hta'abrnpttyendlnjpatch. 1"-
==- s" J j For BtprweatatlT+ 1, have the best of them and the most Then he died. COMMENTS. .ontractiitg.ElectriCian:
KINO. Inlerltecl'from the great race :
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: ,; 'GRAHAM W. of them ) Then la no comment needed on a
, "': For County; lodge from which' they came the sense, of like that -

r i 'J.. B. HETSER- duty'and the Instinct o' honor, as no story f -' The Philadelphia Record (Damsays -) ,i Launch Supplies,

"--' :z 1 For Prosecuting+ tton.,..' other.people 'on the fac of the earth: PARKER ON RED HAIR.: : "It is: mentioned! that:.Andrew Batteries." Spark ..Coils. Etc -

y i. ROBERT B. TAYLOR .
a ;': FcrTak'Ooaeietor' that supreme ai :d, superb constancy jndg Alton Brooks Parker the Dem- Palace of Peace-doubtless out of the prices <,

'e. .. '..,, t T. N. OAUTlkR. which without (regsrdlto 'persons ocratic'andldate for PresidentV recently profits of the manufacture of armor-, h--r
For Tax" ambition, and w Jtout yielding batting with an suburn-t aired plate for ships jof war.-. .f. < '
v Afcseportt e . . .1. '
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to'the'temptation of-veal th, without
1' om :BUTLER. visitor|on his veranda at' Rose craft It' '
ty t.s For County Treasurer gelling tired and without getting diverted New YOrk. Natura4lv, the'conver\atlon .The. Charleston Post says: "While : Arenas B and-lith! Street.

JC H. RAULERSON. caD pursue a p ibllc object hind which is a characteristic of the Parker Bishop Potter jwas earnestly and .eloquently RCorner .
out year after ir generation denouncing divorce to the general -
$ School : family
For perlntendent MULLtRI x xI
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-I j R., E.:' after generation.11 :\\hn I was your' age," said the council of,|he d'ocrso of New York I Prop ietor. :

.' For Clerk CImII Court :Su h awns Senator >ar"s tribute to Judge |o'his guest "my hair wai redder the other,day,+hta nephew. ; Mr. James

_ "1'! t Eo c. DE RH., the southern people, thlch ))11 true' : tHfta yours-It. was fiery n d. latact Brown p'ouer. U-lio wasj divorced a> few:

jJ"' r For Sheri enough,-but,which wai eomevhat notable and, in consequence -my fighting years ago, waj taking! [to himself[ another : S AN.CARLO

; !{ JOHN FROB ": as coming from or e who 1 ia4 been Instlnc s,:were overdeveloped! wl lie. I wife, atj1- Richmond,. while the 1 j

Z For C_ o1mtr Com as10Den the South's severe rritl .: was in school In the country d. strict original[ Mrs.' ]>'otter la ndourtung the i d

where !'[ learned three R'B'' it lap- stage.1"Commissioner : :
F 1)1. R'JOH Senator Hoar was regarded aa llassachnsett's my; )h -
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I i B. B.'VWI .. ;"Grand, ,Old Jlan,:" and hemoan penedyouth hat'1:was the only red- aired J I.... : i romnY ,Open ap tie year at 2.50per Jay and up

I T. J.. WJNFIt ; though not so gr it or s crag as .When I, first 'attended tchool The ,Calveston New /lema! says:' .". He Stwctal per fork in Commercial t
t JOHN'S some of his predecestw rs who haveadded the.bofs; had a good deal of fun'out Wrlghjcooked( :etatiaticaprepared'at i FAlMHOm mcn. Larre SAMPLE ROOMS

E. G. TSYEEDE. lustre to the nai le and fame ofbtassachusetts. el*'a-jd: 'redtopIt lever ; public expgnse for fast tike BOX tea./ Wasjirbriu' ; ., .

fer- ,. i.i FOJ: School He ha< tit recentlyended Ing'sE' rouse my lighting" blood, and. Broadstreet party use, shown toj be incurrei-t by' lofh known Dun, sad .' .' l" ,. ,t.: ." ._ -. "

KI ELI'S his 79th year, a d'ere i1 before strenuous life. by "

I : J. gH. his-last ,illness the .ev< nine shadows '"Butjjyou :w.buldn't! have"change i'the the wageearners- themselves knocked tobn ]1-" i I :elPierce&iHardie -
''aroundhim color of your hair, would lYou?" tsked baseless, have certainly been
'WI.; BtmDf' were seen to be grpwln ; darke: ,
Into i"pi' during the )alt
visitorblandly. ? Aside
the .' !nontji-
and It was evlden that t le night .
:",- / VDcle Henry DaTts'ms to have,a or' the' morning was' o far off. He' "No| Indeed," ,said, the" Judge; "red from .the Fall, /River' situation"".:the reduction -

fairly',od grip on Wf'I Virginia: :died in harness. 'Ser'tor Y sty|' put hair l| all right bij<,daughter/ h.It. of ,wages from 10 to 20 percent l ,. ;,'

i I'1: I ._- 'aside official} life an>i a"raided'\ the'summons and! "my little grandson there Is as red : by .the tfjillman} Company and by t '

f> 31r; LlttJetOD VOWI fie u be goeq which he knew' was not faraway as he fan be.: They say it Is a sign of farm Implement manufacturers, and T. ..hi ONLY '

east He-1s on bI8 nat \'e heath .and In' the' quiet of chose retirement high temper. ..but'It. Is 'also a' sign, of other reductions, bring the Increase in

his names LTherattes.The ;: : numerous excellent quaHtles. j j"Weve t the cost of living above the Increase in t -
had two red-headed Presidents : wages even acc rdlng,'0 Mr. Wright's =
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pemocratl0 i arm I. beginning Miami 1 ,! said the Ylltor-"J: el1l p and own_figures. ... @
The Record on Wednesday; ,
toI aho.i a decided Improvement.Thelltl1at1on'ln Jackson-' sad. they. were both Democrats.1 .." .
dispatch tom ;
published a 1 Boston to The University .c.
has ,
New To k fa especially ..j"'fTh now more than !
,. neouraEln4t 1 the effect that Josep Jelferjlon. the : t'l true; -c.-1 ttie Judge('and. 200 students Jen rolled. ,, and 179'"new ainrting :Establish- : isnrt 4: ;
I, [famous actor'Is at -d< tth's door and thirst leen'ordered /. :
don't |ou iid aonctime: we, hada uniforms! hut or Just ;
The Prohibition;rand' tea for Prert- that his ,days' are numbered! From a |third."-Success., the total number 'enrolled last year. .-IN MIAMI.-- '1
reliable sources it is le: rned that.there while about forty toys'tre
dent'seems to be ale Utu tratlOD of the using their ,
"I" Is not a particle oftrnt! in this report. last year's uniform.. The rooms I Avenue C North "izt
class
oil! 'tact thtit one Swallow eel. not brake LAFERRO IS HOPEFUl: .of First National Bank. '
summer campalp. Only three weeks"sentative ago. Ms ,local repre t'' are-, full to J overflowing! ,' while Dr. t
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1" a In this city.. Tr., A.,R..Beau- 1 < Sledd U lookibg for teachers to assist -

Jon.'spent some t'roe rlth DIr. Jf.ffer-; .. Senator James P, Taliaferro, who is those who are unable to devote

; \laltp1an :Taggiit b promised ,the i at Boston, vbera e h* wai under at Belfast. Me., sends th.'" following to time to each student as is required.much W.rldfSF .
I campaiidn-managers East that If I
Tat Q 1 l' I t.
they w:((11 deliver ;l ew'' orlt and Con- the doctor's care and di">'ng nicely,.'Lettors' N ws regarding Democratic ?prospects Every room' n the nt':'. ..barracks is .ir Bates
Just'received utate tbat his health
students
occupied, whilo
De-ctlcut or New Jertey wm answer rom.a national point of vieWvthe are obliged .
Is- gradually' improrln ? and 'that he to find quarters "up"town J ,
& Indiana. It Tom d that aU or in other '
for be f van. slit' will soon fo to'New'Stork and Washingtoa. -, "Belfast. Me.:, Sept 24, 1?0/., college buildings Th>c year Is' the :-: '.' 1 ,'.' Via. .

+. .- later coraine cln South to his "Edit r Palatka News: I r turning point! in [the University of .
) winter home at Palm Beach. "As. far as.I can the chances ,Florida's ,A 'l
'f: The :Iandti! 3Z5 paasengen In Tropical' ol/serre. history and It is safe to say ,

New T fiIde k a few l1a.1 s e largest Sun. for Democratlo success appear to be ex- that.in a few ears the enrollment will : TOe' L. & N. .
1 nnmbe ever, bro tbt m the United The Sun should,have raid' "published! (ellen but the task of the Democratic[ be' equal to that of, the University of :', (, R. R. :

;: Kingdom In "one ''ft8SeL The lilt was a fake or exchange rl'' ppns,"' as1! that party|pro recover,normally DemOfrat cstaij Georgia or oner leading Southern !; i i _
paper does not receive i telegraph service which Boring the last few schools-Lak _|_ f
...{ made,tip of immfgt ant. and "1urnlng : years ::. + City,,Index.. : 'I'I I i
and did not receive the Dot L I
': Americans. 'fhreq tb nd persons II'i probably / : the o Republicans! Is one, to I' I _
:, pre big'boat-toga.' J above,mentioned info ration over the erestlmated of overlooked.' -Judge Mr. ,Watts ft all.l A'ra'a 'nuraeryman! Excursion> '. Tickets now on sale' daily

f', The ounr flaace of the permanI' wires'but clipped it. raised the date is,everywhere regarded as;an was in town MondllY; and presented fr Jacksonville toj: St. '
bad gave to the public i "genuine",telegraphic able conservative man .
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the with
CroWD rlnce, herself a rand uehpu.i' and courageous Press a half'dozen a. fine, '
article.This! .* characteristic and whose for ripe ., Il'( Louis and return i :
bu been apPoInted Col elln e German one respect the Constitution" ; Juicy/ and. sweet oranges as one :. ;;,
,: 'arrmy," peLRulal CtaYs new; At;that sheet: I f''y. ; and the law seem to be In would wlsh'tb'eaL, They were taken h f r ; ,

t. baby'f also 'a colonel mona royalty ing' confidence, "in" "all quarters s of)1 from'the trees that day and are Brazilians i4o.b _- ; 'l;:. . ; .R etu> n Limit December' th. t
'mriltar rank II easily Ob lDed. In The Columbia (S. Q) State says: eountp'.' r'-1 of last season's i' This i..i.i .i.L. 15
I; ,*jl' crop. ; 33.90 |11', Return Limit.6o. :1
'the a ciUzea'm he "Rev. L. E. Campbell: of Anderson J"Patty, management Is in con orange was introduced Into"Florida bybtr'A. : ( days :
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waltlnnUl 'J.oo ,
SOfth 4 Return
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-', ''lI'V01fn betoreLe II e4 colonel -wunty, celebrated. hlsj 60th, birthday five and able hands, systematic X Gardener and his father.! It 1 1..t.. 15 days :aR,
I alt Monday by'going out into his field Izatot{ Is taking the place of lethargy la a vigorous grower and prolific bear .: ; f t. "i ;:1

;: Bishop Potter ::9f Ne -York fa de: inJ ;"picking! :-125 pounds 'of cOtton''b,.' and indifference In 'heretofore doubtful er. The fruit'ripens in-aid-winter and .The L.r& ,N: is the best line :to St Louis :

dal IU'agaittst; b. dl orce evil, So. dinner time. This chcmld serge' ia an State and already at this early{;stage retains Its'sweetness". throughout Wespring f I f
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..'others..' It fa UIe. crowds of reo !Incentive[ to those,thlrt'v-slx negro cot.o of the campaign'there*Is every indication and summer.! 'Thll'orane isgiven I 1 r .I I i f I .

: : form !''Iran belql against ,this pickers< ecentlyj;' mentioned In that it will not be for want of wise a'place!!for the fret time la the ,For" rates; schedules and sleeping car reservations'

grewtng evil and, dls No VP.' tawsomewbero' these colmm a.|who 'n 112-day contest .leade ahip' an'd a righteous cause If a catalogues, of j the nurserymen.'and Is apply to '
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.receiitb m. appalling in Loulsl'I i'with th' .'IIX'MeXl' 'Democratic victory Is. net celebrated. In destined to prove oDe of the best rarfeties ;' I I .

I&1uWOQ! thfa'aubJfI't, t therare not .ricked ,en ''averse' of but' IIfty-al: ovember, t, / especially r' in the southern i :coon..: 'J. Y. FLEMING;' i C. L "':
Brat 1 'rtante maj be .J 54 i.'da.e eh;!'' i' \i. ; ;:"JAS. T.AUAFERRO." ties. l> ... STONE
aow.haD'd.. ,one_ 4-Fort ,I.ers ,Pre. rIa:' Pats. Aft,206 W..Bid SL Jackson m.. a:p:Art- Lonia.illt.
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: an" acre which to the.. cost of-shNtfy. :! STATE NEWS.| and thesuspicions:of:''var.. Burbridgsv"

QUESTIONS ANSWERED I further north.',.There are ten to twelve Jox were at once I.r'OUIett.H. secured another -

,. thousand plant to ':the acre-- and tk :JL, :, brought to the r:Tropical ,key and opened the door. Lath! -

trait' bring In .the neighborhood r Sun this mornlnc. : a small branch cellar it |'I extremely.dark, and he was
1-- ollt'l
>: The ... '<" \ from 60 cent' a down for 'Red ;mUh that ) broken off from 'an orange compelled! to strike,a match.before he

professionsr to 15 cent apiece for Porto Btoes tree in George W. Potter's grove, south could locate the' youngster" who was

Information n Interest to the Prospective; Settler The percentage' of plants fruiting depends of town :and_on it" were" twenty well- {till crying:for help. As the light

i .span the .care| and Judgment' formed oranges. The weight of'the blazed up the boy was',found tightly

i Concerning Mlam :!1tid the,Southern, endse 4.their culture, some growen fruit had I been too treat for the limb. tied to an upright pMt His hand

oa dzATTORI1EYS .! '\. : baring succeeded In tml Mr. Potter's trees are all loaded with were first tied tightly, 'and, the flesh
re+ : Portion'of Dade securing
t o'rty! ., c' from 90 per cent of the plant In thebpin just about all the fruit they ,can carry had swollen up dreadfully where the
'
AT |LAW.UJ ...............; If eries. I., '. aod'propping has been resorted to In rope bad cut In* Mr. Burbridge"could

<< praouo*IM Ul ooart.IIMS, Jo* Ptduil ': I oountryj 1 i Land may .be purchased'f from |C o- many instances to save the,i trees.-. i not, release the oung prisoner and. ,

ap.ettU.e1Htt.iror.zwtniasa: p.dsctthg .So III Inquiries an directed to I{ as In ey section of the flO in-here up, depending proximIty Tropical run.'J II called' foj Harry Hartley to assist him.

LUG TttlM. : I the-Metropolis by prospective m tUertor I[ and,far more so than In moat w-. to road and shipping point Gooc After much trouble they succeeded la ,

f aaoxvr.- !i Mlt >. FuD > homeseeken concerning condition* <<
;
: existing in thl part of the { Miami possesses all modem conten--| i Miami may be had.for $50 Western Union: Telegraph jCompany He was to Mr. Burbridge's office
c.r SLAiGS. M. D4; eD-I I an acre, ant
t T. and the burden of correspondence lenees of civilization u electric lights' somewhat,less than]that sum f aslant I was opened under' a new agent He Is and was asked who tied him. He stated

One* with 14 Cnu Fj>am tv tailed;thereby hat become soh water works, sewerage, telephone sys-r not Immediately on a road. ,The jam< none' o.\her'\ than "Jimmy"' Evans, that his!f father tied him there because
;
Redden pub Stre that we hare attempted In the tollpwf i I tern free mill d lIYerY. three Jie..pa quality of land farther away frog known to every one as f the faithful he ran away, from home. When_asked

w cone,Aft C log, article to summarize much Intorrmation pen, two national banks ,ODe State transportation facilities puoctualland obliging messenger boy. :who he was be would not tell, and ran:

i' MIAMI : t+; FLOIDA. .as Is most Important .d! to bank etc. fit lias' miles of beautiful purchased .for leIa..'The can land of coursebe la u Master Jim I Is only a lad. but. he, has away from the, theater: building. Mr.

rri answer the questions most trequedtly streets of native white stone It is promising in won his spurs. Less than two years Burbridge did not make; his find known '
those1
t ACKSOH;:n-, appearance to ac. :
DL asked. It 1* hoped by this means teat practically; the terminus of theFlorida customed to the deep as messenger gave hlm'the opportunityto until YeSterdaT. when P told Recorder
rich soil
,. orliCS:,\ a"sample copy of the paper ofwhich, East Coast Railway,"for though an extension other States, being' rocky and sandy' o learn 1 the science fl[ operating' IIi West and. others?, Mr. Burbridge. .hu

HOTEL. BiwMIAMI. y rwz'B1.oCL Ave: D.rR' hundreds are sent oat will, la most ,of jthe road has recently, been yet resultscan be, obtained from 1. such a thorough manner; that hevhasfew" tried to-find\ out [who the cruel fatherIs .
better the lands la on the wire.: Now comes but has been unsuccurfuL The boy
1' t rl.O A.- cases verve the purpose Intended built-'penetrating farming Sir in excess of the retunla-readUf equ ;
than a personal letter. Speelflojlaforjnatlon : ,! forty-fire miles south,. this la merely from'the lOon fertile 'sections of th his : eserTed promotion' and of stated that be was tIed there Thursday

W. B. RUSH, be obtained by writing a feeder. tot the commerce of this .city. country. Cu wettl ,Is elad because ofhis I morning! while "Bis Jim" was blow-

:: ,. I : I'r. 4 e84. to- any 01- ue,may. real-- -. estate--.-.- or-_ uuwrwhose _..--_ '.r"'!-...._ u._....:_.. _.__ .I.t._..'._..._. .Io._v _v'uI0'_ ........._._ returns-, F..I1IzermOlt more than j justify be'used the b0the ei .__nr-, Mr-.., Burtonwho, ,,Ml; -Milpredecessor. -- ing-Trines-Union.a'T ==.

Offloe J2S-l2th sjreet. 'Pboi *adTertlsements"' appear'In this, of the Pjk O._ Steamship Company pendlture Involved I I'Peopl ., Is transferred to, some' ..-f -
.
II BMdeuce)8'! 9th i ii I paper; and the best way to become{I fa- whose'line are operated to' Key West of energy .d Industry ann: ,other:point- Tropical Sun.: With all tbe success! anticipated.. East
.
i i .lkIA I .FLA. mllItr with fecal conditions, progress. to Havana,] and to Nassau. Immense heartily welcomed) and the ---':" Florida'Seminary":;: for the fall '.
eountry'tdevelopment
'Industries and 'current hsrppealngl, wharves, etc, are being projected to being There seems to be a congestion, or term Thursday morning and man11tudents' -

t F.,W. BACKUS) ,: .while contemplating. removing to shlssectionis keep pace with the vastly'increased Bun there I* room for practically all to just.b thi. likely' to be, because of the meeting of from other States were present .

ARC through reading theDally maritime business that must follow on benefits which ; ensue, reap the Stat i Confederate reunion! In Ocala and reported for'dutr. While a great

-f' Plans, Specifications. sad' De al1.!KadeI or the Weekly Metropolis the former the deepening( of -the harbor, work on suit of such development must as the re which nas set for the 1st 2d.'and 3d many newfaces, and' the- faculty was :
Capital
for Building Of A Kind}i,.Fine.Reeidenoes of'which win be lent to any address which I" now,actually progressing.:An here most investment flndi of Noire iiber, and the meeting 'of the kept busy during the day receiving the
a Special 7 I profitably whH Synod in this city on the students and to the
Presbyterian assigning them s
at the. rate'of >5.00 a year L2S forthree appropriation of $300,000 has been secured labor Is in demand and weU paid. t
Peo
I. Orrig. *. 1315, A ESCE- D. months; the 'Weekly* largi IV irons the Government, harbor -: pie of moderate means who come hen same' da e. Correspondence is now onto quarter;
:
paper-be1oC' milled for $U 0 Improvements, and the Florida and buy a small have the meeting of the Confederates The eotireday was spent In assigning .,
'Ii 1.o ei page ,. East Coast'Ballroad is.also pfedged to tract or land make i" 1 changed to December 9th.; We to ,quarters'acd preparing for the lit*
D. modest home, set '
D. year. out fruit '
like trees ani trust Ya< change can hee\! made so that ertjfy ejerclses, which win begin in,
THE CITY OF KIAJ expend a amount. Thus, $600,000 while ; I :
waiting
'CS'-'rt i ad; o ese to come InU the atte t'on'of our : can be-en Hall 9 o'clock
at this
Sprang out of .the wllderhess i ightyears Is.now being used for this purpose and, bearing, ford people! Academy morn- -
ROtna the railroad haTl.g reached It U a moral'certainty that farther' ap without trubkfnL'are, almost tirelygiven; to the old f, veterans whodeserveof 'In"i! ne all students have. not yet '
LNG-INS' ago,
exception
,,", this point April 15. U9I. Prior to{this propriations will bo secured until the And this success costa less successful : .us the..best. that we can arrivedjand it" will be several days before .
n A. effort thai give= m.Ocala tar.1 the roll call will be !
'No. 43212tr. S4 Via I" time one store,'whose trade!was principally harbor is In a condition commensurate: In'other parts of the thJ < complete a
country wbJfcthe
Da" with its importance from :--- .. large majority are here and ready forbulnea
t ; ...,.1 alas tr. with the Indians' and aT!,: few, a..commercial. climatic conditions render '
"" out400work -
'
.9D Yean E.a.-lrlaW.1I4 geographical ? sad ,Tightly bound to jm upright post bya Virtually all the State students .
R J.M&: ec-a of ncorwa." scattered families,.eking oaf a precarious .strategical possible every day In the rear'with '
large and almost'exhausted, a with the
J rope exception of those from
standpotnt-an Importuee'rer.opl
and the .
livelihood by wrecking' 41 ; the, Ualth tenants '
'
of "
O, by public men at the'NatfoaaI such aiopenHtlr small negro boy, about[nine years of : Key West and remote corner are here
C. 1ARi manufacture of, coontle starch, f jwerethe Capital, life thrown tn. ,At the '
aanv found In the dark cellar under but
WALTER ,
: age those from distant States as a role
sod by an wail
who will
On [ study the location
only evidences of dTlllutlonj. I time.,.. people who are enjoying '
lB5 iated of this port and Its relation to Insulir mealU the stsiie"of the new Dnval Theatre have, been, del ied., n is .expected
July II, 1891. Miami was rp and moderate success
:" .La.Tob.ito. : : and South American commerce, to In their. .presentabode. on Thmaday afternoon by Manager howev4y the end of the week"that
turnIa1aIq'perha
I u a city thelOl1I1 ., had, better Stay where they art '. '
; Burbr'dge wu the full
oWi1c'of. urb'rdfe."tsn.ager'; roster of pupils win show*
the vast trade that .
which full say
In cj'
JJ on record There should be
r Instance weighty reason to la ,
I I sitting In his office when he heard the Gainesville Sun.
spring thecompletion .
,. city came into existence without must ; Into existence upon fluenee
Metropolis fledged anyone to make more of cries -
Room 4J] bijildi suet faint of help from' the child. At
.- )4 mi Fla. first ,haying been a town. Three of ,the Panama canal. Importance. Peep : who hare '' ,
'' Hour8tofe. :|i mad first he I thought It. was' In the. street
; hundred registered Toters are required A glance at the map win show the falltree elsewhere BOND ELECTION NOTICE.
are not likely to 1M and walked to tire door looked about .
I' R. n.. SEYMO |R.r. to.entitle any community to'be palled most I casual observer the possibilities. very successful hen:"Intelligence( an', but seelng'nothlng.; started back to his Notice, U hereby given that a special
the future holds for the Magic Cltl.j .
?*- Attorney La4 I Ir a city leu than that number' constituting : ; ) Industry are a* essential to good fortune office. 'As he passed' the door leadingto'ihe ; election'%' by: the regular voter sot thecltv ..

at' a .town., At a meeting bed for __,SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.-L i here u In any other part' dot ty\_ iolloi-_. .. ha.rH"Oh. Lardy. of'.Miami.' Florida. who'reside' tm -
-- ---- -- i -- --
j i ii 1'I. the purpose of Incorporation three Miami hU one of the :best public ( globe. F' ; please 'help T-u 'me.". hTr.'Borbridge.tried! said 'city, 'and' -who own real estate

praetic'' t1 tb.Mate Ixad Federal and o;.e-half months after thi drattrain schools.Ian the State, embracing both, If It Is desired to"engage In genera the cellar door; and j found it locked. therein'and who hare paid their taxes'

I' vela. Part\l.lar 1a attea 1'1 to .Pura tU reached Mtam>, 344<< votes were the common and high school eourefL farming.. In the raising of wheat corn. He calli-d -and' asked who was-there. for thej put year: due thereon to authorize -

CoIIrt.Vdie, Real:E..tala Jla': "' bate La1' -. cast The phenomenal growth o F this The buildtngs'are, large 'and well ventilated ir oats, peaches;!! appleS.' 'grapes, Ball4ia.. ,!, .. ,. .idle rLa- has been sustained{ and there la a competent cot '
Otto la FriMMi early+ period teachena. other products qf the temperate cone let me ojt. ot here." {The,key; which Is issue ,bonds Uartng

1'- throughout the eight years of'the of A Catholic convent Is to one must cast his lot( some hundreds oemiles alwaysa pt ,in.the door.I .was missing. Interest not exceeding the legal 'rat*
CARROLL be erected this which will
C. C. city's history. summer to the north] and accept the.eol t of the State of Florida for the following -

f The Homeseekers" Agent.City f |lw Mcannot ftf POPULATION ETC 'I There provide }instruction also for both sexes. that is part of the( ..legacy of, land' '-BROKE'' 'INTO HIS' Housi. purposes'and' the following amount. ,.
residen are private schools, a musical -
a popnlntlon where
and Country Property be Miami has at present conservatory | these things can be grow -.t__ to-wltrf-
nf between' 4.000 and 5.Dq, Inthe and art school so Neither Is ( :
and pi ices. Come this a stock-raising counu-j < lit Twenty thousand $20,000) dollars
beaten u to quality that ,enq. :educational need maybe !. S Le ,Qulnn, of Cavendlfh.; Vt, was
;
and winter months this popnlat onjts There is "no-fence In bonds
tiara i oney, a e law which is s payable twenty yean
and see. "ton may supplied. There' robbed .of. his customary health ,by invasion -
I about
r are thirty .
: augmented by the addition fl; hundreds great boon to the settler of limitedmeans'and from date of l issuance of said bonds, to

future aatlsfaction of visitors, mostly of the wealthiest flourishing schools" the county.' there ,Is' very lltt e Un or, chromic -car EUraUon., ,When be used in the erection'of a city hall_
r C\C. CARROLL.'Notary tie Every, religious denomination I Iii Dr KICK'S .New Lift PJU! broke "into ,
( classes, who come' to enjc r rtock in the county. On the 'other e and fire department building.:

I Public. Ideal climate.and the finest fish ngjln; represented and the following hare band if it is desired io engage In.th; hlshbuse; ,.h's:' trouble,"wa? attested- and d.ITeD[ thousand ($10,000)' dollar!
handsome'church' now' he] :s. entirely. C11retl. :They'reguarantad
STREETS.FoLdIDtcUPL '
214 AYE:0.B sal Tt ,the world. To accommodate: these : bulldlngr; : Prabyterian. culture, citrus fralu,'pineapples, ra In cit ybonds. to be due twenty year*.

.visitors there are numerous hotels Episcopalian, Catholic, M. !>E. rious tropical or j semi-tropical fruits -;.', ,I to Cur at all ,drugstores.. from the date of Issuance of said bonds,

principal unong' Church M. E. -ChurchSouth, and e'gfowtog ,1- of which "be usedin
and boarding houses of vegetables at the sea I the proceeds are to "
which is the Hotel Royal PaJm. in Immense Baptist } .!, son of ,the 'year when all_'other parts :NOTICE OF CITT-ELECTION. tha' making 'and paving of sfets *

I hks EM' $ building ,640 feet long. 3 ))0 feet SOIL AND PRODUCTS j of the country are in the grip of win. .; not heretofore;paved 'within the well .

L4t,11L* fe t1S 'I wide and five stories high with iccornmodatibns The, principal'industry n this section ter,' this section 'offers I decided' advantages1 By.virtue of the authority' rested In settled! portions of the said city of Min,

{ trtjMteOptlcuJ.W.C.MAYNA for iou guests besldeifejob- is the growing of fruits and ,winter over any other portion of, th the i undersigned by the laws of the ami. Florida. '# '

D. ble; rotundas dining ,rooms, offlces! vegetables for the Northern' mar UnltM States j 1 i: State of j Florida and the ordinances of 34. ,''Three thousand!: ($3:000)' dollars ..rI

_-. etc. It Is set In twenty acres df tropical kets. Tomatoes form' the staple crbp, the.City*of Miami:notice Is hereby given I in bonds, payable. In twenty years, theproceeds

Nezt tb Itoat-O ee.G1034$1fEitel1 gardens, beautiful beyond J
Yltled:! a There are several other bntfls. vegetables/ grown such u tomatoes, !, i that the annual general dfr"electtOD- purchase of a chemical engine and other

= latches, ClOttll, lET7. tt smaller than the Royal Palm, to I be egg 'plant peppers, beans, etc.' The T;' will be held in the city council cham- necessary fire apparatus for said.

.... sure, yet larger and *I lth better serrlce' ; planting|season extends from ,about Rev; Jno.' S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.. ber on the upper floor of the Jail buildIng -. city.,1 j! T'
I
In of ..October f to January 15, and the bulk writes "For twelve:rears I suffered on I the south side of Fourteentts. And that said electionVwlU: be lisle >I

GEO j L.. DiDO ALD than twice the II usually'found size. At this wrltfcg totwnsl another i ui ft' the Buipmeuia."'____._"ore sea t i\orui.....t" from from Yellow'i lann dee;, Icon: lted'a ,.,_,,,,.,.".t.. was I t u"ft' A.cane D. ts th eof ,., In' th6! *city of Miami. Florida tf'K on ue C

; (M Engineer fire-story hotel U In pro cess| of November until May' although there number physicians!, and''tried-: I Miami. on the ,- 24th day of October A. D. 1904. at the '

aat..ri.t..4 I S.WI."Uaw" La as.pCtt7COCOANUT 'erection.. I ,, being practically' no difference in' the sorts, of medicines'I.' but. got no relief.Then ."I FOtJR'II MONDAY IN' ,.,"if. regular.hours of holding election, ta;_

,OBOVIl FLA. The population is cosmopoii fit, every -' seasons, seeds may. be* planted ot* vegetables I 'began the use of.Electric.Bit- } .A. D. 1904. the otBce of the Miami 'Transfer Com
;gathered anT day in the jr :U. ten and feel that( I am now cured of a same fat.No. %'.Twelfth" street, and
State In the Union furnish{Ing',Its disease i the being on the 24ih day of sal t pany,
TAR quota 'of representatires. Anuads-n! Vegetables 'are grown ual11OU'1e I that "had me in its grasp for month; I that the polls 'willbe open that jthe Inspector ,for said election

goii lrable foreign-element Is unknown.CLIMATE. prairie-lands, whhtch are free 'from twelve years. If you want a reliable from debt o'clock a,-m., standard UmJ! are named as follows: H.. C. Budge

: pets peldsiiIr.ts FIaS!ts '. timber'aid. are composed of a kind! of medicine for liver; and kidney until 'sundown on said day. Ml. E. a D3* Leffler. W.' 1.. Keller, and the ,

I Writing from personal, :experience, marl. I j I trouble, stomach disorder' or general' Jones, !..L W. Froscher,:R. C. McGriff elerkof:[ said election is' named "J. .C, f

ARE YOU G 1NG after rlsltln California and other sections Fruits] are' grown on pine:'lands,! debility,get Elec ric Bitters. It.. guu-' have.1J u" appointed Inspectors and : -: -

where 'climatic conditions are which are' slightly higher than' jthe ,. anteed by. all drur !,sts.. On1yt50c.-! L,M. Smith u Clerk ''to conduct said Th4 ballot of said election shall read:,

'* North or West I ? considered at their besS we_can prairies.'and' in thj section very rocky j election.'_ "Ballot for special election for the UK a

?* Itatlngly say that Miami has thi. rust This rock Is a peculiar coral formation "The temperature record for Pensa- The ota'cers to .be" 'voted for, are u nuance ,of bonds held In the City ot

THE perfect winter climate In the Tnlted containing a great deal of plant food cola for September was broken Friday' follows:+[t' Miami 1. Florida' October 24th. A IX

Cold Is'almost jinknowt ,'eren as evidenced by the fact that in m .+tT, tl30.t, >. M. ,T6e Tecprd extends: over :A, Mayor: to serve one year. 1904. '
States.
,ille & N shVllle i the slightest frost being rery tltT't.1 place*orange; and; other* fruit trees |Tare s period'or' nty-flve years The : Three' !Aldermen 'or members.of the : Fo bonds in the sum of Twenty

L> Leafs The warmth of summer is tempered to be seen bearing thriftily though highest_on'record previous, was'95 degrees :- City Council,'each to serve two years.: thousand (120.000)'doUars for city! halL
: \ '
bT' the cooling breezeS from' the ;,Atlantic apparently( standing on ,a solid! plate on the lltb, tn 1S89. and on September ;: A (City Clerk and Assessor' to serve Against bonds In the'sum of twenty
,
I I Railrad rrirrnio.: .' and the highest ,temp Maturerecorded of this I rock... Being of a porou>>j or 16, ,1900.[,The ,lowest temperaj-:, one year,' i ',.. *r [thousand ',($20,000) dollars for city: halL,

it Oftirsuoexoeliedpas.rn- : ,Pullman by the'gorernment the mom- honer- mbed structure the; rootaj, of ture on' the September record ta 54..degrees A Marshal and.Tax Collector. to serve I ALSO

;-, kodernj trains J |irrjl r the summer months is 98.: the tree are enabled to. penetrate it 'which'Was. ;, recorded several' for one year. : _Fo bonds In 'the sum of ten thousand -
.
sleepers, [uptodaifelinloc free Ie- ;' eter during HEALTH., | and draw ample sustenance from what times, as' fOllow': On .the 30th, 1888; ';A' City. Trenu-er-. serve for'one ((110,000) dollars for J paring,
'
dhow can; end |dining rare 1-- tie would'appear to be a"rery unpromising ?0th-, 1889:' 9thI1891)| :aDd 30th 1896. year. : stree s.

between northern:a :""u horn citie*. The city 'M11ts'amonl of fiE'tn source. 'This rock by the way, The 'lowest it reached this year was Said election win be conducted u fara ., 'Ac&lnltbenda In the sum of ten

The ends' dlnln!tdljlr' vice:in th*' I the United States in point from'' ; makes a beautiful and durable building ;;g.: degrees on the morning of September practicable In'.the same manner'ie thousand ($10,000) dollars for paring'

,-Bouth. I) 1 Tickets. via There is entire freedom r. uea'" material, and the new court house ICth. and tb f days .when the maximum Is provided by law for conducting geji-f streets. -
: 411 ;, ,
Sell Throoyooaqnn and there are no "preraUlcj, : reglsteredf "
All Agent 90 degrees''or above
; several eral State and County eleetlono.In ALSO'
well residences
t. I j I Those aliments which are comn on. to and jal)1; u u were the,. 14th. 39 degrees loth,,,-90 I hare hereunto 4 bonds three thousand
witness whereof In the sum of -
: I.&N all parts of the country seem:'I Ito be In ,the city. built.,.of this stone, taro i and 96
29th, : : 30th.
** J 9degrees and caused the CiClerk
} > much admired by all visitors. It plso Idegrees. affixed my name ($3,000) dollars for fire apparatus.
Seeping Car here robbed. in part. of their po er. as .1ft 1QM the maximum temgrew. 'n. ; ,
-Pot Rate*. Schedules. mild form make Uie( finest road material In[ the 'U !"V : to attach ue Seal: of ueMiami city f Against bonds"in the sum-of urea

c' Reeervatiota, App iy to they rarely usually lean appear the bad In a effect !which world,"and Dade county leads nil,others pen:.
and durlnc'tbe pashas ; twentj-flve years it ber. A. D. 1904.r. r r.- I. PIP'
In the State In mileage and condition ,
J. M. Fleming. follow In the wake' of, like dl teases '
passed, the 90 mark .49 times in JOHN SEWELL. Notice is hereby ct en'thaLOD SePtember -
of her highways.The ', \
Wass A1e and diphtheria '
rwt+aa i Wia rvti ot.ee, elsewhere. Scarlet fever while fruits cultivated are chiefly September,, mak ing an average of two Attest: Mayor 15th. 1904. the City Council of.
r a ; are unknown Uphold for,'the month! In' .1885. 1886r 1888, '
M. R.KELLUM. : Florida at the regular sesmloo.
la rarely heard of. It ls a desirable crape.f u1t. oranges and pineapples. temperature JMlatbl., '
fever Gnavaaf avocado I and 1890, 1898 and 1JKU the' maximum ..City'Clsrk... -, thereof. authorized the special election.of
mangoes petra
Care place for ,those suffering from did not pass the 90 mark.- .
701eY'S Kidney bends stated In*this notice and
; ate u .
but -
lung troubles asthma catarrh {and limes largely produced, being Pensacola' Journal.: ,
,
vnvAVjM .
.. diseases which are prevalent Indigenous to. the country they.thrive by resolution authorized the undersigned -
similar ,
I In colder climates. Many. perso t affected with little 'or no cultivation: Citrus A LETTER. .. To All Friends of OrgiBlied LaborWe committee to act In regard to the'
LOPE the
from three to fire calling of said election.;and that
trees require years
with these IDs hare com here I respectfully that
WBOiim3&srAftSOUmtY. Merest object of said election late determine
bene- after planting to produce trait Pine-
; ; and hare been eared or greatly Would" i :You If' "you're q'upon. entering Itme'to If Mlaml
; not any whether: or not the said city .--
on plant somewhat
applfwhleh] A
!: grow
s" Ia th ease,
this not
1 f.'. Ct BCD. fltted. Of coarse: resembling the cactus, and which looking for a ruaranteed salve for l make a purchase you kindly Florida, shall lame bonds in the sums
1 here ;
: rife',, HERMIT+ SALVE: in every' Instance. People die No u are-propagated"? by setting: ,slips' or, sores,', burns 01 piles.. Otto i:Dodd-. of uk the clerk:ifo show. you his and for I: the purposes' herein named.
else. chantry
*.nee *e ctirr* A BOXJTU they do eieijwheie suckers, bear trait in 18 months after Ponder Mo. writes: -I tnitered with. Unloa', Card. t ;;:J. 8. Frederick. Chm.I .
saY., .. .M'Vrn. '-- has yet been discovered WheN people but box of LOCAL 779. I f I
OW Faally....., death and jBtetae'. planting. In this section'they! are an ugly sore for a year a E. Lnmmua.f .
are Immune from Arnica It's I Retail Clerks' International!
Bucklen's Salve cured me.. f 'F.WVHahn.
i I IB the then bring no necessity |
At the same .time,' It may be !n0a- grown for protection open 'from cold and the best, salve on earth. 12c i at all drugstore Protective Association,'Miami! ) I Member* of council constituting an-: '.
'
condltloos tending ; I
said that the '
PEP't'ICIDE' fully I
T.l..fl-I'l-l -I l'i .
pxi thortzed committee.Patt ,11.
to general healthfnTnsee are u'taorable] there Is.thus a caving of about !II 00 _

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( CANBBATf) DAVIS URGES JIfORM.' .?::"' persona' to:' ;restricted.barter and, The trade dart:1st unnaturally 'of- I = tmui"'m"m' J1mmft'U1rrim' :, inininjmn ri ininu J -... '- .. I ,I- \.. '"'t,t' .


these: trusts Js 'to ,eontrol,or monopolize I f J '

(Continued' from' page 01 e.y and these monopplles.. :, when Un! IYunaHy's,' The Who'is YourDruggist I t

restrained'seem to produce conditional) == .-- .
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caretul'consideration, jmniou' 4ced: ,this' which bring about strikes and; disbrders.'and ., CAl)IDY ?, f
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b order "-unconstitutional ]! lawlpss andconclusion !. disturb'the. business''a/fat/ 'School Shoes
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x= _. most reprehensible." 'the of. thecoun.try.- v -"+1 j I Pure: Biscayne I ..

set forth lathe report; I made by them I LOCAL SELFGOVERNMENT.Local j .What a nightmare these two' words are

' : on.this subject was.:In +Affect! that the shelf-government, that came 1 f to .! : ;' ::::::: to many parents, -and;, why-parents g

pension; order of i the L Presld >nt was | us not as the gift of the XatlonaiJGov- I- know. t

legislation br executive];usur anon.t4 ernment, but as the legitimate outcome I i

1: PAN AM A j Ma ', of the reserVe powers of the States and E'j" o our Drugs == KLie fox IS THE ONE \VORD that

a=' We all halt as the.bij-binge r of ,the of,the people, is the;very corner stone lcaI8.rations. and ::: School .Shoe dispells."! the g oom' from -
are ::::
new era in the comment*of tl e world of our,political.structure, and tho bes E .. 't IS Store Co. ,i, t T a- ,

s_ TW0DAVISJ ,>t ].f| bgkqju assurance of,libertyregulated: b law. == 'uasthe .,. : .. 'treshj O n-r methods :.:::

than a republic., lave occurrejd, under lit can only be maintained by'strt! :t observance" -- SO'fE'1 ,,' are {commended '- Buy a Pair of Lenox 1* 44 XW9. ;
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? | i, and of the llmltatlois of th Ked == ... .
> the present admluI9xaUo .. by all reputable, :::: for
." C. your boy and a pair of LEXOX Shoes
brought dee concern |land a arm to era! Constitution.! The Democrat! ::: AGENCYJ Abemelhg. physicians. .:::: for and
hcud them
r == i your girl ; along to
.t. ::::
thoughtful mlnd They and drip" -
and patriotic| : resisted
;'. i. party bas always school and quit worrying. It will be all

, must be regarded as th ;lint rults of continue to resist, .,the encroa4mentby ?1111i1ill utuLu'tt1LUttlitlt1ltuLut iLUU1 ttlttitt LlJ111111Ll1111 right, and they'll be all right-the children -

," imperialism; and show hew fay we are its'enemies upon the fundanienta _. .._ _. too-and' everything .'Of coursewe
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drifting! toward; absolutjsn\ aid cen- right of the people of the s veraJ --- ------' --- .< sell I li r i.,
AnD.ou.ncexn.en. .
c. : : .
.. rutted powejThe!,effect of the'imubllcan- States. All power comes from people Td- J 't LENOX.: ,
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: periallstic tendency, of the Re: and should be surrendered the lylnhen THE 111' ; CONSERVATORY OF, .iuSIGANNOUNCFJ THE ENGAGEMENT 'f i.

f\\I. party' upon],our foreign l I affairs! is' in the,Interests'of the people :OF : IRS..LJl.T4<\ B. CART, OF.DETROIT.! MICH..' AS' DIRECTOROF t '

." opposition to the tea hlngi of the ever this power tJi' sed for selfish interests' THE SCHOOL OP+ EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE. HERLOSG
H.
p{ founders! of tie"repubi and so ,impressed -, it is.:not only, an abus<', but! EXPERIENCE A3.A,TEACHER. EMINENTLY FITS HER FOR THE C. .Stanford, & Co.,

I' was .Washlnrtod with the im- usurpation.' -" WORK, 't, :vjp{: } 1rH II i Onrwciro. Fxi cc#' Ore I .

; portance,of keeping alool from the:af- w '" ARBITRATION. 'MRS:CA 'WILL. BE PLEASED TQ JJKtTT: THOSE WItl O ARE I -rr-- -. = "' '''' y"te I

fairs of other jnatlons, yii tin Isfareountry- The declaration In the St. Loul platform ESTED IN {THIS ;D! PART IE.'IT.. AND EXPLAIN .HER \ : .

well address jhe''wftrne- tilt' "}n favor pt arbitration on!!,that :CALL ON1,PU ADORKbS: ,r ,, 4 INTERl -r.z' I J .I

men especially> 'against!! fore ;n entangling appeals to'my"sense, of f airless. Nalona I 225 "" tfihSir', 1L FRANKLIN. COLEMAN BUSH, f,

alliances. Imper! ism is hurt- ;and employed advantage = -
States hare o .. .
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: ), ful and abhorrent ly a f.f s gov rnmeat method of settllnj :disputed '-I : ,11/I. ;': : -_-,
people will rrect the present abusesof AT :: -
and Bobverse tf' free 'Jnst tntloi s. The Questions, States -hue'. 'Okf d admlnlstr I'I, INS't-t 'i '1" .-'J
itlon by a rMnge; of party n can find use for
.. policy of imperialism-If! t can be said Its aid .Wlth-'good results apd llTld-' :
In power?:'I i wait with"confidence the tte bow lavishly
',; to have a> poljcy+ -Is 'Sh'- YI dans'rous 'C it'
In
have
uals frequently resorted
; [ result of.their judgment at the polls, ., \ ,she la supp ed. The'price Is '
( 11a tee fir it exercised j
liberty f
to powers
gnestlons'of The '* "
r adjusting J
: r. Verb; truly-i-ours, ( ) within the each of all Plain HWse .
,in far-ofC-terrtori: and > con-
Tribunal representing i sentiment
Hague I', H. a: DAVIS. and plated, 25c. while solid gold ones HinSon -
t. 'qnered people, but oncef ado'lf'J for ,of conciliation, ,'s' the ghesi i' .....:.:- are sold as high as 17.50. .

acquired and distant t position It becomes practical expression ""of Intelligent ,REPUBLICAN NATION!aL AND CONGRESSIONAL j-, .. .

,"sooner! or la>", i;'t\,ml ; of, the thought qn this uJ>ject. -The *prln,!|i- (I., ,TICKET, 1 EA Pots Newly Furnished trv new lodatlo Rates $ 1.50 per day r

home government Libflrt/ id- free plea 'arbitration [are the '(same, For Presidential I. Electors: la T SPECIAL,. BY. WEEK. 331 14th. St., Miami, Florida
f' government"late awiyili"|' [ n secured ''Court d reliabl : ,
/ whether governing In the great ". F.'BUFFUJL- .{ Only tr of silver .
:' at the cost of;great sacrtpces; jut history of Nations or applied" In.the'affairs ofindustrial i GEQ.' It:,.ROBINSON) .1+, 'f-L'plate Is stoked," and Tea Pot I -----

11 teaches rts that botli fi in. V a easily life.!, Its permanent estab- I t
: GEO. W. HOLMES. I ;tl/. prices for full, IIz...?,Com-
:'. lost without the knowltfdes of lie peo-, ishment as "a part of the industrial: G. XL-W 'WENDELL. ( .
; ( mence at 16.00. Then $7.00, up to 35.

air. pie. I.! :, f,.' system, -of the.,'country, upon "a basis 'A| $. CUSHMAN. f ','I The cheaper. ones being",much plainerIn

::, y. TARIFF 1 \ -mutual consent of all'parUei to';aeontroversy.'would For Congress Second District:. treatment, the higher-priced! one Ii f + Burned
I lput
Our Federal .Constitution, as appropriated insure more friendly J. MJ: CHENEY., showing evidence o: superior! ,skill'In *-

::- '. to[the exclusive: ns< 'of the relations between;. employer lad employed \' --' ,decoration.. :.
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.} general government the ,IOwe: of Indirect -. for'thea "of the workingman I '
CAN .
REPUBL TICKET.
; jnterest of
former
r I : ? STATE : s ,our place we will continue in
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!taxation covered by the popularIn ,and the fmployerris Identical "orGovernor:' t 4 ,. -,' ."., .

:'' designation of "tariff! Jttttlmm." ex; IJ affords! 'a sat and equitable method .M. fc. MacFARLANE.:;. 'WATCHES.[ wofDan,once and that "

:eluding the States from: this domainof of determining difference! that-- may For Secretary of State:' .,.I Iii| Cheap watches HARDWARE FJURNITURE

taxation ere'is an! Impl ed and arise'.and has been called "a reasonable ,, J HN i .1 never built up a man's bus, rBUSLNES'S

wise 'partition of ttje; taxing: pdwer between and'natural mode" of settling such 1, For JAttorney-Oeceral i..t.: : iness. We have the kind of watches

the States and the'Fedei al Goveminent. (that enable us to kay sell, '..
dispute The spirit, of arbitration Is ,FRED. S.:,'CUBBERLY.. we more' ., <
Except in the'exige: ides of kindred to the lore of law and order Ff Comptroller:' (watches than any firm In Miami Come ,

'war the taxing power'hu be n'eier- It Is the arbiter of peace instead of war. j 1.. L.' SKIPPER.. In and talkthe watch question over; ,

iaed by Congress' larger In U e direc-. and makes ;.for. happiness Instead 'of.. For State Treasurer: !or, If you cannot,; write us for a copy at. 1217 .Avenue D, 'Gtarthside'BI'k

tion of the imposition of dutlw upon sorrow.. E. M. BRELSFORD. qf our book.of watches folly Illustrated ,

Imports: No'n' expects jto cha ige this Quarters.o
RACE For State of I As'Temporary
ISStJE. Superintendent Public .
arrangement, which has'proven so'convenient All lovers 'of their country ''musi i Instruction AIR BRtTSHES. l .

..,- to th'general govern, rat and; deprecate the rehabPltitlon by the Republican .*:R. O' "E.\I.., H h ; '

... conduciveto' I) the interests of the party of a Disappearing race For. Commissioner of'Agriculture:, Probably the hair, brash U J.W.: WATSONS(
States, whose resort to] Other sourcesartlcles used more than other .
[ I any article -
} (sane.", lit a time when every,, effort! '4,8. ROWLEY., '. "1
of revenue tsjleft; antrlmmell' id. In- 'should be made.to promote rsthe$;than ;;, For Railroad Commissioner: In making the' toilet, and surelynothing t ,
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direct tasatioli. however', con renlent wiD'set off] the bureau more -
retard the progress which)ras. being I .:r.1UTCHIE.
h" needs'by reason of Its indirect ness, to had Terns than a nice silver-backed brash.1... Our .1 t .
made in"the States where ilaver For Justice Of Supreme Court for
*>' be watchfully, guirde. I lest'abuses Yesn I prices start 'at $3.00 ,
relations be-
existed, toward kindlier 'pf Six : 1
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should attach! tbemsehre l nnki own by'., wee .the two'raees.. The revlral of 'WJB.8HEPPARD.! as yon wish to bay. ,

> the people:. ,: this Issue,:with- ail Its attenant evils. .For Justices of Supreme Court:, I- '-, i-. ..

,That many of the,existing! tar iff rates fnust.necessity retard. the development |'O. S. FARR I LMOND DISHES. ... We J Handle the '
"-fine r exceeslve enable jowerful 1 A I!_ _
: and of. t.aiea. ; I .
; the: Southern whose 1 ADAMS ::1' .,
WmblnaUons; I 'Some handsome designs ; I
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}extort nnjnst md op"pressve very .
people "arestruggling manfully with ] I AXTELL.
-' tribute from the peo Ie canraot' conditions left ,by the war, and se- I i : In jcnf glass They Oliver TypewriterBecause .
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: be contro erte4. The tart .' Is nn: :form an uncommon wedding or holiday .
: Interferes with the i Industrial REPUBLI UN.CoNTY TICKET ; 'c'. ,;
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gift They eome In almost styleheartshaped It- Is superior to all others. 'i l'" .
onbtedly too blzh1; II upon such every : '
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progress of both Reel,. Foi. the Legislature:, .. ::I I
; is enables the'manufacturer to sell his ; ,. or oblong di"h_for 1200. are-' selling them-too: because, ,, :.:: f.
FRAUD IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. DR H. C. '.
products abroadchmiper fhan at home;' Rt'tHOrcuit our price. and terms are. easy. If you '. :
s : .Peculation and fraud in the public .For Cleri'of the Court: .. want .. '. ,s"d .{, "
: Steel,rails M1 a conspicuous i sample admlnlstra-' MORGAN j I' a good mi chine,,let na.tell you .
service under] .the present E. JONES. ." "
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In'this respect.! It! Is ;l admitled that l'INKS.For your cuffs, with strone about-the Si 1
ion, especially! in the Post-Office1 and | For Sheriff! : I .
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,they are bela..m.de.fot.. #15 'a ton. A 'such ; connecting links, thus Insuring .;. 'f' ir 'i' -'., i' '
Y Land. Departments reached : proportions I 't't.>: T. FERRIS. } OUVERj\ 1
few years ago1 jwere sold in Ii long wear. neat style .
they freely [ | JEvery '
: that: knowledge,,of the evils For .bounty Treasurer I ;1., '. .
this country at $n wn. T are ; Fade ,ends'a place]among our unrivaled j. .'
a tey practiced. became public j--property. I JUSE M. ROWLEY, 1 ,
now selling a4J< the :pulls here fc r home t' .display of these most necessary '
'a Collector '
Prosecutldhanaturally but "
Fo Tax ,
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followed ; f '
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eoBSumptlon at $!S!;a'tonj, and for the I pjeces# of Jewelry. Gold-filled for.$1.50, : :1'f ,
thorough and Impartial Investigationby. ,. I. WILSON r f .
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foreign' marJtet'"at frofn:| :118 "t > $22 a i aid.,prices go aa hlgii as 5000. i f 351. machine shop has been added to
Congress!! proposed .and urged by I For-County.. Assessor of Taxes: '! s. our '
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< large'
ton., This 1 1 unjust discrin Inatlon I I : --- i 4 establishment to satisfy the 1!
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the Democratic! minority was refsed (II! 1.. Hu ; ,
r demand
against our peoples: Is ''made'tossible Dj ENTREE DISHES.No :: J' ; for a Jflrst class"repalr shop ,
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mandate .
f. by the4Republicane at th+ Itla fot'County ; Superlntendentof. Public ; .. .;
only by'a tariff that onjthla j aitlcle ,Is believed : i woman pan consider her ji-'l-$ ,' f" ,0 for, AUTOMOBILES and GAS EN't .,
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of.the administration. Con'gress Instruction," atoioJ ;'l., 't that! .... ....... j!
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entirely too high.. rte": a I __ _[ of tabts'enmplete ___" t ; GINES and 4. L;; " ,. adjourned earlier than at .:anylong REV.JS..G.] MEHRICK. n more ':'!' i "charge. ,. n1.i- ;;;;;;i-'w";: ; 'I1
The average' selling pace of a'hun- j I ;L out one'or entree 41shes. .J. s: : of ..' are
,
IlellSl n I for many vears, for]the I For Coi nty Commlacloners:, '
t Soup Tureens, ;t;:: \. at service
dred articles, taken .prlndpall y from Vegetable and' Steak your
: purpose. It ,|s believed, of i preventing isiDlStrl.e-HARRY: RICHARDS ,..,, ,. t J
r ; ;
list,' DIsher. in'great nrJet1. All In neatcut .:;",
:; the Iron and steel, is foul 1 to be. ; \ ..... I 'i
further of the ,
: agitation question and j 2nd a HAIGHT. .'f :
and .
about 20 per cent: higher In thl s country I Dlst1ct-C. glass designs moderate: prices .. I ,.::
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li an effort to curtail: expenses.: fth ; j; PECK considering i. ..
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*: thanabroad. jRellef f, fro i these > quality'IC :
; I 5th DIstrlci( -WALTER WALDEN. .
conditions wfll only come thro igh the CIVIL SERVICE. ''I"" ",'. I1.A11 ,
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waxes of the pemocratiejparty; which Offices:area created and filled.In pursuance For'Memtera' School Baud:' i ms. I t. ,1 '

t- ,, of law; to carry on the govern- I 1st, District: 'T:, ZIGLER.. This 'Is onrj favorite department LOFTON e'EINIGi'i.
stapda*for a wise'j! conservative and not MILLER. i '. _
further 2nd Dlstrlct-H.-8,
ment'and; to party t .
probably because fit '
gradual change: Ithe\Mari ena laws tions .and 'k. telflsh purpose ambl.j/; I 3rd District '.:a! V.;YOUNGS.; so many dainty fingers we some _Successors'; ,to Lofton A Johnson.,.Opposite host Office, V.1amiFla. c. '
rhlch will equalize, the, of { :
; ::::, f.a'Pe.d. I
honest letltlon a citizen. Many of the hundred thousand I For Just: :, with engagement rings and others with f
taxation and make com i .
Fecleral': .odice-bolder.. !servants of all 2nd, District( -E.: WHIDDEN; plain cold circle that binds two lives i --- o '..:
But jln making chn&es i ,
i. 'possible.Its purpose'will be ;to legislate with a the people.'while' under ralary, are now I 3rd District\ -Frank IDTER.I ." together.. It you want' a ring :come Get Your"scijtj4i I, ,p

labor and capitalInvolved vigorously, some covertly and some j I 4th Distort-:C. W. PIERCE. here where the best can be'seen linked I UNIVERSITYCOL. :
Fine regard torthe;; openly, working 'and contributing 6th' District-W. J. GREEN.. :; -
In' industrial enterprises.: .It : to lowest prices. t( I .
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1 the present campaign to recure the success -5 For Constable'. :
should Dot be| forgotten; ]I that in the i H.
of th4, Republican pio.rt1.ln defiant! 3rd District-:-DAVJD McCCNEJ. T: Florida
regime'dr: !Demoeratl? party, WrALER.i
.
long thej I 'il:
violation of the civil *&'Y.C4t laws, l.;iuls fth- i|trict-I. R. FUNK. J14 Twelfth i :
from, the .days of jjrffenon. In 1800 I '
'
I and::regulations.< Several members I 6th Iis.trlct-I. H. Burton i
to the days'ofi Llnt'f'ln la J860 during '
i Cabinet, and other oUclals ,of the adv. FirstrClassPfovisionBODl
which time It idmlnistertd the pvern- the- day,ofSeal September.,1.a04 '-, I'
; i government,, forsaking! their dudes I'I'i i
s meat to the eacejandproBp I| rlty of I ( I)' ;. FREE i F.BRIGGS.gage I ,
and he departments at Washington, NOTICE, | FOR .
the the of its nalntettance '
country I
expense are' s I'.ng.their'time in making I' Notice i Is'h,''reby givn that after the President Miami Mor and-Guar- I II ,"
A .
: was paid almort >ntlre!y from I ._ I .. oew Gymnasium,
.. revenue.prodnted W# wlnt'custo: n laws, speech and ,using all the influence I II adoption byj" three-founhs vote" of Itsetockhblde ,,antee.Company.Portland .' ..-. Bodks E.pecialljr Eqa'pped. '.
and power' of their official \>positions to I Ie1ect J 'after "statutory notice, Maine! Sept i.1904. A laifc.
while sow nearly half.of It comjes from MIND Fx-iltj of mtott :
tax". ] Demo-"I their"chief. :; and four weeks' pub'lcation.' ; the Miami f :[,Before me person4ly -appeared.. Fred .....' "ta 1icbolarl1.pec \,j
Internal
S3: cratlc, tariff ..enactmentsth; ; people 1MK3E PARKER. i'. ''Mortgage'&np I Guarantee Company; of I E.Brlggs' to. me' wll known as. the -tr .- .\10 RI'Lc o..r Motto: s....... _ral. .",:;
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'tb
( ,were prosperous and'contented, no .unlawful The'iate DetnocraUc Convention! arid Miami will ; ''PP'y to the. Governor: of' President of the M',mi 'r'Mortgage and ,,' oof.ondclti>>J b p :.

,trade'omblpatien' existed,_and Its' candidate.President b.YIitnn 'I 'Florida: to amend- articles 1.,3. and I 7 I Guarantee Company who acknowledges! 4ItSmIth's Address:)} '- lbs ires&st, lib ell,.tiorida 4'
exhibition of'a mutual respect 'of; its charte to read ae follows: t
competition was free and,.nnfet ered. signal t that he signed the abuvelnoUce; aud return
Article 1. Che Dame of this -l,
and confldem almost unprecedented corporation for the said
..' TRUSTS! : coraprnv for the uses I "'"
.It is estlmafed( that there art in the 1n ourrpQllticaI 'hlstO ".'and our party shall >e the ,Jacksonville Mortgage 'I"and purposes therein expressed.ALB'EHf \11

..United.States] between, two: an I 'has: received new Inspiration and hope and G laranty;: Company<< withJacksonville. I ), M :At;STI&. I .>{-
-t l'e :
Fla., Its place of bust. ]I J.'B.g.. .
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hundred combinations of cap! al three-'I in Its appeal to,the\peo'e! who a wa1lapprecl.te as : '
c '.. Notary. Public.!
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d ,, known-as trusts and admire courage, character ness. ,

which corporate have Interests! grown {up Jp'' the list few j i ii ,and discretion ,In'then leaders!; .Our (I I. Article:3. The' amount of. Its capital i I t, II Real Estate

,i under Republican rule. 1 hey are ;'.candidate has ,Plese. alWea and .can shall be,150tK)0.00 divided Into.sharesof ,The last of the.
years rot all antagonistic;' to the'pub Ic welfare -: be depended ipon At alt times( to ob- $10t. .Each to, be paid for in cash, II transported- from. prelt "Britain to ookStoreI I InvestmentsTfct -

: but aonie.'offthera i are .cou'ic'nded f serre'that' self-control in' speech and 'provided, however', that shares of stock Australia has Just died. His name'was j Aisan :
I fntUOt
as to be perilclotts and 1 armful' action' which! Is so necessary'; to! safe may be, engaged by its members for{Frederick'Clarke. He was' born .In tress; ;:

t tf: ; 'the, generaljiiureirt. Wlthythefowr : :: reasoning-and sound Judgment purchat 'an4 future issue and .deliver j[Yorkshire in 1820 and was sent 'to.Tasmania .' I.: ; .' \-i

%:' they aw able to exert, tiey can i it. I With unabated>rnst ID..the-emdi' nCflei by regular deposits'' thereon.. ,; under a ten nra' sentence in f$NNIE. >\.P I USH. ItaWL tertties>r .musses.i tun .

hoeea competltlon.control! ; : priies'andxeguiate ] ,the"cardinal: principles of'our 'great Article,.7. the extent of liability shall I JJ1S4?.. Between 'th nf j and his death he Stenographer and Typewriter' mill: OUKGE T4UN OfMcALLISTCRBECK(SJ4ns:

'" 'to ji tte1r....< and demand.. Imilvldnalr'tivala of government.'tof_ ., real- ,la. or money received or collected by to ,eighty-five ''years-'and :work. Teacher of Shorthand.' Office
sw( jw of supply:; ,, .! ; .
Twelfth Straet.H
I the'blessings of peace'and j the months for I Uah': &lni'ban'k 1KH 3WI-2T tf .... i
i .(urEIshelpless: .aralptt, such strong 'I 1 prosperity compsstyl ; 'n, u 10:90 to n.-flO and 2M 4a .:
jai, "; ;' and the, .Mtuni. (neb )'of. ..afl' for al|. and, believing, th1t the I Witness my hand! and" seal 'thlvlithv' ,ibbtng I and other offenses. -,..; -.y )tetO..Ut.c. Z2 Yu., C.' ... .

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Undertaker 1 I and, Embalmer' ,', ;(" ,::\ THE UNDERTAKERS Ask.yur ,HOEFER'S
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," I ,. ,. I > 1 } HOEFER'S. 'Never. sours or: ,:
II 1- '- -' --I-, ---- --- i BREAD dries'out..- !,
MIAMVUsT )' Attorney, C.' C.., Chtlltngsworth,. of ; 1;1!. Pasco, accompanied b'1" Pr prletor ,Salem On iam fog the I II .. :.
DAILY [ >OLIS.UOJ West Palm Beach! who down yerterdayattending + F o l CentS o 1
t was (iwo ,pf our,young preachers, Brothers I Biscayne Hotel now hat a large forceof t- "'
the opening _Ion,or Glazier. and. Wo xlward. .Yl lted us re- PaInters:calsomlnere ind other help i
TUESDAY, OCTOBER i the circuit, court I returned' home last equ The tJo younger preachers I at pork p 'renovating and freshening up {They kVit.t i Try' it once..

night, j I I were{"en route to VandercUt Universityan the! hotel ,for'next waeon's business, ,
MAIL SCHEDULEi :. | : ',Emory College.-Jacksonville I and he'anBO ncea tint the 'hotel 4w111
-:: To owner of 1 renting properties' : I Methodist .. be'opened, to.the public J November 1. If ,Arid. Cakes'are the, 'Best'I

Arrive from the North i have a large number now'ratted; I not sooner., The, Plsrayne. Is*,oDe.of "
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7:00.. m. want more to,fill orders! I collect all : In' the ,
the most popular housejt city ,
I The Rosa Oth is hauled'out'at the 4 -
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11 ':55p., rents due. j \, and Its owner expect to do even a bet-
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: "* i yar of'the Mla I Boat:Work* where
Close for the North I C. C. 'Carroll, she-will be repaired! and fitted. with' affteen ter I Ibusinese,thla-,ea80D ,than. ever,before ANNOUN: 7E ENI'.

6:16 1:1Ij&Rm.: BL. I II tf : Rental" Art, 214 Are..:;, D.: horse poker motor engine for I .-- 1114 r :., THE MIAMI ''CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES.THAT l+iIei

: ;: Miami Fish to.- This 1* the third HANNA PHEBE SHIPPEE. OF BOSTON. THE, NOTED SOPRANO AND
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down l.deisrs
I boa : Peck ft builders of .
-------:- to becompany fitted with engine bT'thl. TEACHER OF SINGING.WILL CONDUCT THE i (OCAI. DEPARTMENT
I t ft'Caps'Florid* last nVtht for, a call r the:'handsome new yacht!jfor Mr. Ralph
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for fishing purposes during. METHODS DAILY PETWEEN 3 ADD'4 P M.. AND WILL BE PLEASED
z4 outing a party.of CY tbarist, on the put few.months.Mr. ." WortUngton of Clevelaud. 0. have:received TO EXPLAIN HER METHODS. VOICES TESTED
2 TOWN !TO ICSi{; 'I .his a.ost. Seablrd.i The outing and nil Information} from the owner that JFREB. t
were greatly enoyed.. the boat will be named the I Yuma' aftera 225 TwdfASlrert.) FRANKLIN COLCMAN BUSH, Dw ct.r. .
.. vT. N. GaUtler was In 'the
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i i t : noted Japanese Prll ceiL The Yuma .
Go to Hughes A Co. for Garden 8( eda.' 'Mr., Arthur'I Keller, of:Sewell"A Wednesday.'being .n mate to his home under of I
"' 1JL. '' yne I II still the shed at the yard
.,1. Marshall;" tte 1 i" in'(!DCI'01I'tJ' Bro's.: popular.laJean.l1. la off for a In Miami from a visit to Hot Spring*. thel' Miami Boat' Work! and will be
weld, few'weeks'. rest and recreation.: He and! Tate Springs, HI many friend In launched \
V. about Novcmber, In a practically -
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and producer of Lau ler'dale |
will vUIt,polntajin Tenaeisee, Georgia Putnam county will. Trgret to learn, condition
her cabin
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n la town today. ori buM l* ess
and Alabama, i aa' tha hls health ias'not been greatly,'
and finishing being madoj on,the stocks_ -
t, II Improved by Ms tojoam at these creatrtI.Palatta Y SPBCIALTy
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Mrs. R;.S.''Trustow awl Mrs..Es elle Instead of after the hull has been
; { T. Wiggtnton.. who hu'been In Tlme -Herald. launched, Is customary. She will
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'Maxwell were up from!the! ..Grovemorning. I Is i -
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B., .. "' r Kentucky for, several, months on''business I. I be completed and rt'' dy (for use about
1.": 'I'1" connected with the estate of his t llany new faces are seen In the city December I, when Worthington
Mr.j
i I I mother,' ..iIlI'reach home' tomorrow dally, whIch' Is evlderce, that the fall *
.$.... .WANTED.. pea' teled.S. WUsoir ,' night. ', k andj winter.tourr st travel southward" I* expected,down to snend the season. JHA.: DANN.rolla3r.

j1!' ii, I ---r.L -' ha begun. .Railroad men report that .
the trave lllOUth lard has shown a' decided t flu
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carman arrived ri
..r )(. Mathea'so4 of 'iVlrolt, anii A. In'the' ':city,Saturday from Miami and I Increase, within! :the last few,days SchoolBooks ,
i E Grifflth, of New Toi*:are atnon tiu.tJat4 are DOW ',t home, to their friends In ands, that all trains I are bringing 'down>} -

arrivals Jn thi city on bUilD s. their attractive home'near! the Heights visitors to the! "varlom points on, the. 1 ., 1

t'I- 1 came!I 1 Patlatka,T\mss- ierild. .: East Coast: ,:' I '
a', The schooner R 1Ian;" in IhUme 'j' t
y.; morning from KerfWcrl andjlnte: -' 'The* Ladles Ald\\Society of the Baptist 'wtwo-i acted schooner Ariel, ooooouooooooooooooooooooosooooooooooocooooooooooooooThe

||date point with i 7 large general and Church"wil.' meet, next Thursday Captain McNab. i if Penacola. but ply ,
.*, l1aneou'I: '' afternoon' at the residence e of )lrI.- A. tpg; between. !* port and' Carrabelle l

f 9* !, l D, Smith on Eight street just east of bringing lumber: jfor the new, Halcyon I AND i l'I .Hudson Bicycle.Is .
i, ew shipment of,StelnwayI piano i at J the MJ. E. Church South. All the member Hall Hotel: came, In this morning with ; j

i.B>Fsh 4-8afford Plano. .Co '. ] are requested to attend. the-fourth of her coned! rments, and Is I $CtlOQIsuepLiis.: ,. :
f' :I.: 'L- I discharging at th Semlncle dock.: TheA : ,

,;i Mr. E.:L.: Brady, the well lion Messrs.: XX. H. Ayers J"'"W. Fudger.. will.make lone mere trip when ,_; Tabfets 'I'II -I t: Built' t'

j .cerymaa. of:this ett and Tttu Us, 8. H. Happeraett and J S. LeFlls, well her;charter for bringing material'willhave I InpoIitioe BoOk.. to Ride.. j
'came down last night lp after his known traveling men cf Jacksonville expired. .s, "' Pencil Boxes, f[ The choice of professionals, because. is .
look the 1 Peas' ,, I the Best wheel made! '
interests hen.Just i stein dty todaf Tlsltlng their re- > Md Pencils

.a.. , spective trades. -, I NEWel DRINKS.; = : ,Stales, t. -- If.f.I ., 1905,model], .$45.! I .

K. "received Red and White llersanda .. i. .'
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i Cpmmencing.tomorrow the Biscayne
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nloa Set*. itagte A Co'mp jty. WANTED.A '
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'! .. ; I 'i I Drug ,Co.:, will run !special' drinks and Inks., Eta I '
.'- II COMPETENT 1CCOv T A.'T.' wll begin with U e Irttrlou! Chocolatefloat DoD't Throw Yoirt Old
;' Hon. Wm. M.B rows. president:! pi the desire k situation a. BOOK-KEEPER 'grape pho|ihatn. egg shake and Second Head Books Takenin Away rl' Tires.
Fort Dallas Natfosel Bank tempi to or SALESMAN In Retail Store. Understands craPe cocktalL These drinks have '

,the city: last night!,frem a t to his General, M4rehrndlse. Business. never been-olre, to Mlamlan before Exchance. ,I We can vulcanize them and make them
<'family, at. TlhUTin. "i! vial f J 'good al'newt' \V'e are,the,: c-
;> t '..:. I Address Box: in.. Miami. Fla. 4t and, can only, be had .t i the Biscayne THE :!- oniy people
: in. Miami who vulcanize Tires. 1 '
; Drug Company' fountain. Twelfth '
:' Rev. F; Pasco rrtnrord' home f om G. Houser the big San Mateo mer street., corner of 1.venno. D.. RACKET STOREAreao '
i trip ap the East Coed(!ss f.raU; ck- has sold out t4 F.: A..Bailey of j. -
'i3'IODYlli. .a the interest!(of hi '.-en 0fU''C. r-rt. : -1. - -- D.near W. B. CI1AILLE SOS '.
place" It Isll I !
I'' 11 ,I mpMl'that Mr: Kv wvKvoravruwwwi Expmu! oat.,...' | froprletore.! I The' Hudson Cycle Co.
,<":CI'k.., 1. \.I Intends enga inir In .the In- ,
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;"'. WANTED U.OT IE, Teaijo I ICl or. -r----------T-- 1005 Avenue D, Opp. UHendoftf Miami
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white preferred.-bpeeds tja] 'dood j i i iI 'i ft
1 Tate\ the ooooooooonoooooo
home more than WSJP ,'i Appfjr to taxR7Coaoacnt : IICJooller.* Headquarters fancy groceries, fruit { ; BM Boat\\ poooooooooopooooooooooooooooA
Grove'FIn'I," !, The Dill* .eame la this "'"<*, at Wilson a Flye's. 7 I ;-- -; ...
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/: j morning' hoar Key1 esc and ,other i I .- 1 ,_. I \ r---
J"Jr. and La go.. points: on the lower,uwut with a'gen-: I r
; Mr* Chamany [,Is your sewing! machine but of order! '
-we visiting fa the fltJ. Thet eIIID up era! cargo of freight consigned' to mtrchanta LetjW..L.j Danghtry repair It, He The CLYDE will make regular trips
Lemon '
i yesterday on the''blstt*. and! will remain and others here and at know_ how; 100SJ Avenue D. daily to the Beach leavl IK the Stone
'.;. 'several day"' I 1' I r rSee.the City.. !! Dock at 2.00 p. m., landing at the new Y o ngs'Phatmacy 1
;< IiiT. MIAMI CONSERVATORY!' OF MUSIC terry'dock: Jnct north. o' te 'Jettleal; _
: ; Mr. and Mr*. Paton IHIclu expect to FRANKLIN; COLEMAN BUSH where every facility Is :{prnlshed for
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lease tomorrow'night !for St. Lout to >good bathlD and the being .
DIRECTOR, &
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STREET entirely -
l, ford Piano Co. II,1, .|I i; visit the big Exponitton.: They will 1 1 225'i'WELBTS' :cut off by the Befh! wall from complete and carefully,selected stock. ,wetbul! onr,jrtur. iirfI
> also take in Kansas City: and on theli1>r MONET TO LOAN Apply to 'Dad the j treacherous Norris small quanties and often so we'can *
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T. Allcock., ofMiami:: and P. ar-. return will make, stops!, at.Louisville, County Security 0.. it.T Brown.> Cut Inlet.:there is none of'that under!' ftsrt, Our customerget. the benefit of this and are always b4tisliedE2at aDd ,_
F.. Page of Cntler. wereat re ci* Knoxrllle and perhaps at other point tow I which makes sea bathing dangerous I '
so
tL B. Sha1l'CU streetNeedles
E' th. New!,TrayelerI Ill J. k- They. expect, to be abut. thirty.,days. tlftJ ." 'j 1 e i' nc! :ter rind.ana. ', '
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; Sunday. +t! li'! : =v. 'for'all of No channels to follow going over; no .r,} -
i c sewing machines
,,,,:: : ". I, The Boaaekeepeft" II1i wlU meetattheirt at W. L.,Daughtry'a, 1005. Ave long;; walk after yon m there and, j i I i .: J: : : Jfotn: ainEieS t : :
WANTEDjTO; BENT club house it the usual hour b. t I
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m"-AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE. Thursday, October. 6th: Business: ONLY 25 CENTS,koR THE 'at. the a ,fountain.. Special cream and kherbets Saturday

'.;bf ;.eaElgbthaa: Fourteenth *tr< eta., Importance will be 1 jilUcussed, and all I COUNTRY PROPERTT' FOR RENT. afternoons' and evenings. Wee want,your patronage and wilt .
dress* E., care Me. xopoUL" members wishing a ,.oll'eID, these matter ny#'-room house] with* bath cistern ROUND TRIP.. always ,endeavor! ,to see .that you get thel best', in oar lrne.
j I will please make an effort -to be and|necessary oat-housa. with ten or f <
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4. )(1'. sad )(rL E.'C.'; AWns. of Miami present more acres of good trucking land, at Personal AtteatkM Mel i,0. ,awe fliers Ncrtt '"f r.
ilrrsn; n.-J M.Aktaa.'rya Mrs., &:K V. Carpenter.. Orange Glade, five allies from Miami | offk
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Aad r0a' street.4eutvatraah President\ Housekeepers"' C3ub., Cocoanut On good rack road. Can on or address TAKE BOAT) #- V i *Q1NfS.p! : O A :, .

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HERE AND 'E SEWHERE. H- Can be Made Most Profitable VentureIa ,Loved and respected by his! neighbor R
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r and. as a result ,we are -- ate r-that was tie lot of Senator George f

11 I I working F. PJ Henderson, or Arno, one of Friable Hoar.' For Mr. Hoar In' Worcester -

Mr. I O I, ,WdU3ID t" of Cocoanut i is now" them ]t practical .nursery men In the Mass; was a much-more genialpersonality Worlds Fair Route .
Crove, + day. MEN TAILORS ,II I I *
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": townpyeat State. among the visitors to this than Senator Hoar.In the i iI.

.'" J in Order to keep ahead four Capitol. The litter rncarnatlon. of the '
) Uv. .and 1 Rev; loan were city W says the GainesvilleSun. mw' bad'L sharp tongue In his head. t I.( Best Line to St. Louis

from Grove' orderS AU| this h;.s .. f.as i ,
terday cot nut
town, ye His wit harmless. as a dove among hj* I II i.
: f -:.::.... about' by Mr., formerly traveled Was u'kPcn '
been brought private friends as a stlllet- Superb
'i -I dining car service ,
We bae, a pew paper Y.DOW. You the satisfaction'which fo with great success for a Teas nursery to when-wield .In the legislative I / '
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pay him and ie wll'gIYe you a.receipt: company, but became so deeply Interested chamber: I might mention 'a few instances I
:. lows our work. ..1] and Impressed with the richness In point I I
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.- Little Isa{8a11i4 Fl1m r left on Saturday ;' of Ala!bua county', soil 'end the peCu-- Senator Ben Tillman, In spite of his Stop OYers going and returning: "

night for the St tf' Normal at t if 'j' liar adi rptabllity for horticultural pur- plebian Pitchfork can be a-bit prudish ) 1 _

TaUabassee. 1' jiJ' poses tiat he decided to-locate here, on occasions in the use of good English '

I -I with the result that he purchased land Ex-Senator len, of Nebraska, less : at .Atlanta, 'Knonille, LoiisTille! A heJ Ile. I j;.
The mo chefs are tieing roused to the. 'make' Pants to your at Arn< and immediately went to ,
\V,1 work ful in the niceties of"the language, was .
imiortajee of. that) Wo in'a ,Meeting' measure from setting {out a peach orchard. The peo- noted as the longest-winded debater In : = and principal I North CarolinalMonntam Resorts,

"e have bee speaking" .. 1 'I pie of: that'section1' at first regarded the Senate, a fact which lends point to : r '.. .
I I. -' the matter lIghtly, and declared, that this Instance. I I I
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F. Goodwin. r. leaves for UP for the who < w '. ,
SIr. Bt O they Were sorry man In'the course of a Senate<< colloquy "
echool: ,tr.nlg t or Homo$ row' night In $ 4.5 would t jo "foolishly"'invest his money Tillman and Allen disputed over the See Iligji Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the world,) Famous.
tend the BaptCoI1 Blue Grass Region, Lexington and Lou
Jackson isle: He pill s Henderson was aware of what he pronunciation Of the word "situs," the sville. 1
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ge.' ,III 'and "a Catchy Suit waS atjout. however, and in a'short- South Carolinian contending that the Pullman 1. reclining chain ;,cars, and hijth ,Class day coaches. Through

t: : time h d sixty acres set. in peaches "[" should; be '1'>rag while his opponent sleeping cars Jacksonville to $t. L"ouis.1 ''a

Class}ee ng 'atl 1 all the Methodists 1 f. as 1 low, as various hardy varieties. This: was only stuck to'the 's ore sound. The ques- d Folders, rates, etc., cheerfullj: fnrn bed upon application "-;|

Church anti Prar r meetings at the, two years ago, and the second season tion:.was referred to Hour. as authorityin I :
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BapUt pur chea.. !fn meetings de-. after being' set the trees yielded FO pro- good English."TheSenator .- :j "J't; C.Lusk District Passenger Agent t :_

mind y ur attention. $22.0QWe liflcjy Oiat It became necessary to support from South Carolina la : : -
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Jacksonville.FlaAmerica's ,
branches to'prevent them "
technically con-ect decided the oracle, '
} iJany1frlen* Ida Drayton.ot tie f "r.(
The ; rs. under the heavy load of fruit "but I suppose) the Senator from Ne-

-' 1.t6hlrd street. will be pained 1 \' Mr.; He iderson'states that he gathered braska wanted tot saves time by using

-, to learn I th4 she has 1 n very. ill Qat several thousand, bushels, and lost the short aoun ." ; .
Most Wheel
home stnce.?,undatDI'.! t.. our work or tire ne thousand bushels owing; to PHOTOORr\PIIY BY PROXY. Perfect .)

I'' bacic the rponey jou'paid for!it. scarcity of labor and inability to gather A.' newspaper correspondent once ,

Bore to ev. and M S.W.Brown: I the :rop asked Senator Hoar for his photograph. -x

last night. a oouncing' 'Mother and ji,! A. WORLEYNxt '"I have: a great deal'of confidence Inthe "Why certa.lily( ," said the Senator ? el'H.aCY l.e.. .

baby are doing welt C riiratulatIon8, I First National Bank 'pekch! Industry. in Florida" Mr.Henderson cordially "Ga land I go and sit for my
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What shall II be named remarked to the Sun, man. "
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: Differs from the
bicycle. one-fourth
l" j "Ibad]confidence at Bret and since I. Garland wu one of his private sec- Pushes

rJ, Mrs' W 111tims. : sett r known as did so;i Veil last year this confidence bnaturally' retarles. The correspondent' looked : easier arid is prop lI 'd 'the same, way. Y

. ; Mama jVilllama5. was ken III while Magic .Gityj Increased. Had It not been puzzled -, ,

;,, .' attending services, 'at eI Church on' for,th !t ,I would.hare "Oh that's all, right.; continued the The less the friction, tl be! easier the push.

.: Sundsy1'night: ,' B1''the quick work of Drug'' Store. saved motherthousand bushels:; but Senator, "Garland, always sits for my The Racude has ,less friction; on its. Crank. Bearings Ml]]

Dr. Butler she wan r relieved my success "waa even better than I portrait because he'Is a much better *

1' expected, and I, hare-.* no complaint to looking man than I am.< When I am j t :.c than any other bicycle.Plumb .. :

; R V.V: $iBrown.' e' able pastor I ..A. BUTLER..M. U.I make.' asked for my autograph I get Goodwin, I !

tf .of wes Pstm Beach JUt hnrch.tf Proprietor. I 'Mr. kenderson 'states* that he proposes my other. r8tary, to write It, for he ; -TTJI t<

: )Ir. John Whlttiher. eadames 19tUeIif !text season to set forty) acres Is the best''penman, aid'whenI'am! I _

_ find Motile Holt; aU from West more, t ad several farmers of that section asked for, my !opinion on any. matter I' have to-date -Si
: 1Jo'df : Jloilet an .u imbing establishment in
Medicines\ :
Drags Patent : pl j
Balm Beach.. were do to attend courtI .will: set out orchards from fire to the Inquiry is Deferred to Doherty my ,I :

Articles. Sinlries. Perfumery forty acres. No trouble 'I anticipated messenger.": 1 connection: with my: Bicrcle Emporium, and anti.'

: JeatenrKrs. and StationeryOnly of the icarclty of labor next season,'as Doherty .'a. Hoar's handy' man !
:. prepared to do the best rk.- 'Call and
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; rice :Piers, 612. Second Drug Store In Colored'Town Mr. H
I Street. ho has keen vl .Ling In Thom- COK.ATX o,AHO nrra grdedc T.' to get the pickers he needs., Senator's doorj He wax mentioned In '
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<.' asville:, !Ca.. PenBacot; [ n.. and 'Eab t one nf tint Washington"I-- papers one *-t-.was !. M J.IJL. J 1Vi. ,.DONALD :i

:;: -. ; I''AI .; came h. me 011 Sunday ;NOTES OF, NOTABLESJ i BIDS R STREET GRADINq,A Senator Hoar's "Fldns.Achates." : ,- :

night to the; delight of her many : PAVING. ., "See here Doherty? what these news I I '.

: trleDdLl She look s w II; and reportaJ Wilson-Rer. M.A. W llaon; pastor of paper men are calling'you" said Senator I
enyoynD time IUds will be received until the 15th Hoar, pointing to the paragraph..
having e ,
r most 1 the Baptist- church, at Norton., Va., Is of ,Oc ber, 1904, b1 the undersigned., 'What.does :it mean?" asked Doherty Gpirig'
.AreYou Build?
Rev. ,V; Bartle1 l Ived a telegram dyim g. He .was,the chaplain, '. I.In StoneJackson's for lb grading and paving of the scratching his head. .

r. } mother In Jacksonville wall Brigade during tlie civil street !of West Palm Beach, Fa., accordin : "Oh. I'woul n't like to tell.? replied ,
from his!
; I to 'plans, and specifi dons his employer, n a tone that seemed to
I yesterd'IY: a1terfoon sting that, his war If'o; OR IF YOU NEE MATER.,
\llcbaoel i- which an be seen at of lce. BUILD.J
H ks-Beach-Sir Hlc mr show that the meaning*" as too shock ;
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eater, Mari Wright wu dead He : ( '
J; 'left-on last nlahf.8 U I' for Jadfon- & ,-, who cat In. the House b Common The amount to be e Pf'nded.,1II notbe ing' to" be translated into plain En' IAL-OF ANY KIND, voi should not fail to see .

for more than forty'yeajs.wlll: 1 than 19.000,00: pa.lngto be glish... I.t'i
< 'vll1e., e will be .w two or three '
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. days., : hey have bur I mpathy in their disappear from that 'assemblydissolution at'thelexpect either shell: coquina. rock: or I Miami Forthwith tie offended Doherty went I
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!it.' hour 0 bereavementhe -, :' and It is generally I '- rock, 1a the city may decide. The cityreserv6'the out to,look f'rthebloody spalpeen"who = < ,, .

ed th&t M will be offered a peerige.B right... to reject any and all bad called him a;:"Fldu8 Achates." I .

:? ''ol\Owlng I lidl I and gentlemen rna-Johu Burns, the!I Socialist! bl.ds.l POTT1 1'"I 1'- ,A LINGUISTIC DIFFICULTY. I' Dealers la Lumber" Laths Shingles, Moaldlas;Casloas, Brick, '1
been' making his /annualpllg ; Ii. M R.' Senator Hoar once declined an Invitation '
r from the city went to .emon City last leather, has Lime Ceme tPlasterHalrEtc., Yard* an4 vffice.Are D4and 14tb St.
'an .
I [
Street
ucdUonal Mass Image about London and comes of and! Sanitary to attend one of the annual banquets :
to attend 1.
t night ..be that whit daunted' sturdy Co mittee, City; ot West alm of,the famous Gridiron Club."I .1'
MetUD, hlch was he d at place:, bar: not a I .
1f signs
optl 18m. He sees 'no, |of- the Beac FlL. know theft If I should go I would! I ,
0. HaU Nelson Thompson {
)leadsgtes ; W.I
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Jt W Withers u. Mr.. A.: C. phy triad,deterioration iso Jn itch d18.t Oc ber let 1004. 'j- be called on fop a eech_." he explained.. .l

:'Sr. ,Mrs' Rev. Wt p, en ... and thinks"the city| hss. -been "Now I can speak orilv Ii Greek while, '
Lllhtburu.: -- t
Pickerand, 'RevJ 1 LA- Jackson' ; They mJl---r maligned by novelists; o can- ; Not rithhtanding..that,the Gainesville I you fellows. "can understand. only'Sans (Clubbing) Rates.
[ and Orchard :Company, the ,
;; aU ha quite' an"enjo': able'time going not distinguish'bettin vice! dirt.'Hooliganism" Peachj] magnificent krit' i i

and.Inl. andI JWhll; at the, clty. It he Jake!*; "to !be.j largely :,; I an Invention, of the secsatU >nil press. Paling on the Seaboard e, have showed Hoar complimentary editorial

was q to an outlnl l.g. 'I, Sankel-Sir Richard, Saiikel estfmates thelirgest,acreage in peaches In, the :about him:In r.'a newspaper that, always

I 1-'lterd8'7' as I|, that Ireland's bogs cintaln I the- -ount and probably'' In the State, the 'had opposed him politically. ::
The Literary net I t
i of S.000,000',000: t tons ]of coal. ?pmpi ny is preparing to Increase' Its "What Infernal mean. thing have I
r usual' The SUb,<<1ft th t was an lounc rl equivalent The people of Dade wilhv.nt .authnews
,
\ ,, < he advocates" creating [power'for acreai;e"on 'lbrd: by putting out during done now." exclaimed Hoar with mock County
an
dl &ed attiy.' ne new member'w : this as'it is
wa one be-
", 'I vailed Industries by converting!the fuel : tie coming :ea.qOll an additional peevishness to wIn: the Indorsementof year an, interesting. .
ded list In the person of : "
to out
cause"of the elections '
Mrs )t. eph a. lobe able first Into electricity on.the spot.!! hundred acres. George Taylor' the that sheet ,I ,
; 1joUIe I lommaripn-7-The wire of Camille manager of the Interests of the. company In the sen ite chamber Mr. Hoar ,
:lfaoehnhln r, city public astronofner alto and one of the most thoroughly sometimes, would keep his nearest
the
', al1tlj'WboIs nd1 American"iep T IIterat ed In both re. The EI Fla*mmarion s any one to-cut he'f bllsba never'd's hair poste J horticulturUU on'peahl!)culture. neighbors in k continuous. laugh by h's National State t and County '

time a changed troy bu herself, and she uses _th shorn in. the'State, declares that of j the. twoed i, running com'fenta on the proceedings.
W loc for "pillows.Her I Ite i Parl bend acres: which bore f r tit last His colleague R could accurately gnage

; I :ltond l'eetl: /q)oat P. p.'we m..truss to Friday that:.. full is of pillows 'h01- such rear the companyrrwrte., a h ndllOmethl his humor by observing how he'played

tnancl tIY., The trees wire, only, "with his bun rh 'of "kevr.. If he waved
clippings.
thIs .Jill add mnch t our attendance The 1
f mth! --Tennyson nt two 3 cars set. frud bore.ro heavily that them gently orer his desk,he would .. .Metropolis ,
;
gi l number our most.Intelligent ,
al a y '
I' En glish temperance, advocate, ;who believes It be 'ame":necessary to Eupicrt'tbe; bn found am able;' If he moved them -'! .'
delei DB to make a .
llot'el, bare, in the suppression of the liquor I branches :last season with [Drops in quickly) ,or M:rtlly" he;waa displeased; Has perfected arrangements whereby it can -:offer '

';''-. than In orde to prevent them from rea-klng I!if the speaker baring the Boor }
tra(Be by law Is eipcrtril ID tTrlve [ should such attractive rates or various newspapers

and thi i country October 6tl, a4+Jl will make, dowil uglier, the fairy, Vud Hundreds Eay:something to excite the Massachusetts that there shovld; y
for
Mi :Ytilee II Wei er.f Maxie be no: excuse, people .repsjto -
} f lectures here. of bil steels wero'taVen from tie trees, Senator's' combativeness thc keys
i umberof, temperance : '
Jones two ,ve I : bri h; young ladles' :i llller-Governor Edvsrd Y. Miller, iIId'undredl. t/f othVr were allowed topoo would tap hi desk sharply.\ --Pittsburg. mailing,in ignorance the happenings: ,of "
from 'f'Y }V es {Jon thf'IJ'1I'I"f to the I I t-of the the .j;
of the remarkable island of Paragua.th rot.u ,the'ground on occour Dispatch. year. .
'orm l a b2.IU'ee, were gvD'beon .
State iTa1! 'I f .
to gather i
*rd most westerly land of the Phllppine JCMTJ Ity of labor and inibility --- "

: eft a ti I the fwe City Drug ; [ : has reported 1.0 |fhe. War ind hIp them lat tte 'roper. time.- ED HIS LU..F:. '. ':, .
:- Ai rblpel&go; .
c Store priet r.-Dr J. A. Butler f ,
r thf p : SAt __ 'J, .
IwlngnK Gain s\'lIIe pun: ; I. ;
pertinent leave of absi>nce ;: !
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I> on .
a4ternopn. : < .
cl S3
.. a5 0, I ur"a1 : RATES ,
with him ,a curiouicp119ction oft !----:- J W. port, wings Ky, writes, .
1'clock train for ;
They left 4n e.i | I '
le native "Weaponsltis command o :June 14, 190: ."I want to till you I be-i '
:tack BVl1lt, lien to TaIlaba&ee. ; :
,
1- tntains the wildest and. most! promlle 'RE ,CHILLS,, ND FE I'ER. lleveBallar4's Snow Liniment saved f
bleed mea f? :i! Hf' t and Ella ,B.'ri .:
Steph ns were' lie h f'II- with the !tI races in: the entire Philippines.ime myure''I1I:_ as:under the.treatment: oftwo The Daily Metropolis, 0'V '

even knowll.githeuse use oft ,G. Ww Wnrtf Nacogodoche Texas, doctor'sJ and they told me one of "
sot ear
:!
dadl ; ,.t.
In
fol1 log j and lJf'\tlf'tllen tat .
'
I haJ chills and lungs wtsentirely an .
[ctb./ j siys"H's daughter ; my gene, and the
; tebdapC'f''e: 1M ;1te'f-d Ja'kSonMrs.: l i Ii i I I :eve ror'three years; be":(h1ldnoi find other badly affected,i, I alwj had a lumpIn '1imec $10.00
Lotll n. g'P8 Dir.'Walter A. i Daily ; Union -
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I 'i THE BEST DOCT RfRev. inyt ing that would heii) be till heHerblle my side., !l don't think'.that I ,could,

1 Ai-in, ood. Allf; r e., having had a1 f B. Ce' Horton. Sulp ur|Springs. wed !: : His wife will |iot_keep have Ired orer two months longer I 1

most r Joyabl" >time> 2 I. fexas..writes- July 19th ln, "I.hare I house without, iU and cannot say too was induced Jby a trend tQ .try Ballard's Se_ m -\Veekly Tin- es-Union; '5.50SemiWeekly

: ': 1 used In my family Ba'.lard'n Snow, Lini- :nIlC for t.!" 50c Sold, by Red CrossPhi Snow Liniment! 'The flrrt application *.
:
.: Th ,folloWin 'ma. strong, speeches A. ..bl'nt'and Horehound Syru, !and they macy.-, ,. rave me great relief! ; ho fifty cent Weekly Metropolis' wit Times y
night Rev. f'
Limon ;
at
e Cltr"; bare certainly satlh#aojory$ :,The, ---- bottles cured me sound'and well.< It Union
proved
Jac n. ,Ft. A..IHam ton A. p., Jn In-: ]r I2.OO
fir C liniment' Is.the best hue vet used :, A joint pastoral will be Issued shortly 'i'a wonder! and I recominend .
dnet aI ducat pn; )Ir. A. ;, Light.: 'e. suffering With Atlanta journal twice '
bu..n.J8r. on Claasi Edul'atlon; Ed.q .. for headaches and painsTie cough. :rr tie Roman,Catholic bl"hops of Eng- .it to humonityY I5c: .l week: '2.25 ;M
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.. :;!! PlJken8 ,the NecessltlrofHavtig syrup has been"our,doctor for the last 'and! dealing .with church murlc.: The Sflc II.J For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy With Weekly Palm Bead] News -, '2.00I

an Aligi lln Ate. Tbese were' eght! jearv" ;25cf, M>c, '$l. U. Sold bytted )lilt rsl will prohlhlt' entirely certain .

aU I strong ;'spebeS. Indeed;' alllO Mr [ Cross PharmacySir ,. I nasties, belonging to what maybe called present i "I :'
At
Jl
patents are granted '
will' deprecate ,
school.
.he an
'y, !. :ma e' a T ry' good '_ peratle Old subscribers" Jl "
w: CliPper I Great Britain Inventor's must ; back dues before
at risks, but pay they
women
Newnes. member of Par- .rtrofcgly further employment x
follow; spl George
'Speech select readingsMr The ] Ing.G,read W. Hall, ndld Mrs. Ilt-jient. Is baring bul! Patent Office for fifty back to in advance
1,300-kon of 1 years \ must all
', .orders for
s a yacht accompany
.VK nd !Mrs. Rev W. : _
], Wltherspoon the
: : whether ppllt'ant'for
lee
was"not to'persUade the7rei a- patenthas'
these combinations. '
easy
Which Mr. Frankie the turbine itype. ,
Pickens. after I '
P. ch Government to the Re- been forestalled In his Ideas. This .. ,
'Good;} In whone':bah f thu meeting was: Kaiser'will alve'.a allowj will make British patents worth a good -- .
for Guard Band to'ro to gt'I.outs.
f .jglreit, came forward and made a very.wtttjf' The a prize ,;;iue ican more ulan been. ADDRESS; '
deal they hare
,
before ;
was obtained only fire days
a comulefe Com ent .
3' few'words. The this year's military maneuvers '
.. speech ; n *
donated to Mi :'Frankle Goodwin! field'equipment for an' meer, Including the_Savole sailed from Havre. Hadit '
public tes refused other musicians.' Inregijtar A school Is to be opened In Paris
two'floUiin ud twenfyflvecent cooking 'necessir knives been Matto .
I
''the som of topographical I uniforms would impersonated shortly tn which; people will be taught 'Miami lis k.
blaring and revolver] hale;
_. / t*. AU'ntVaed; borne after forks spoons ;
closed
with .
Sad w'testy dellgbtjful time In every I[ survey appliances vandIgar and | ,the band. The uniforms had to sleep properly- mouth-
restfully '
placed,
J alrekdy been"made.. limbs ,etc.
J. cigarette! holders. ._ i .
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:.. "' ""..:1 t I COMING1TO FLORIDA.' Magazine ..,.:[ 'The .halo is ,aaoU

tiQtIt1aer:2 Raiiwav r : UQ': S': WILSON : -.,; I sign.of bad weather. Of "sixty-one
Vista '
Ea i
4. ,, Steam ,Tach Route to East lunar halo observed In the.neigmooc-
B: Erracnyx MAT 29, 19Of. '
\ Coast Water. hood of London, thirty-four weretot-
i
Dally to tile East.i f f, '1 11" North and WatL I oU Contractor: } and BuilderNOVELTY lowed by raiit. within twentyfairours :-,:;
1
The Syracusej Port-Standard.of( the nineteentby'rain with la four '
; (
ukso .uIs_ ..._.. aeo Yy (Sp JackaoaTllfe. Flkll. __80 TMpL. .
.Je.ap-_ Ito,wy 1053p L.JMUP.G. ... -.A- 801t lOop II : 26th,nit. contains a news item that d.y.,'.nd only ,fight by ao rain at. alL .

Lvsawasak Columbia.. L.4i.tto.ay Icy Oa OOa Ar ArM.G&Atlantala....:.-_._ _'bull 110 II Fl .a cisAt ills I I 'u... will be of Interest, to Mlami people. in Ass halo is n,iver seen except, whea '
ArCbarlens-- -" tio Ky 6'a Ar Howe, U..._.,....... .._ bu a 73iAr I that it tells 'of leapt Walter R.: Moore, the sky is hazy. it Indicates that mois- +'
_.__ __ 7
Gr.er.boro .. Ito Ry 1 3Op Ar Dalton O a- : 80 RT lYe
Ar Darvnle -- .. Bo Ry Itip Ar Cluuuu,Teun_. _.(>oKy I .ea WORKS of West Palm Beach, who has been in ture is accumulating in the atmosphere '

Ekbmosd { Ar LeilDinoB Cloclunall, krAr Ohio-.__-....'-._.-._QAC Q* C I 7 a2upar top the North_for some time. The paper wych will form! cloud'. and usually re-
t Ry- i1 lJrClualunailO._ .. ....-.-' Ig Four I(II 4PAr i'i'h Builder of fineresidences a spedaity.I says: suit in 'a storm!' But the popular notion
ArCnlrago.. ......- = ........ Big four F 7na "The '
Lya.t..brrg 0 Yy tip steam acht Vesta, owned by that the number stars vieibie l f
._ ., .,.. ._. lOp LV.U'IDU.U.U._ .,. fa LUe tllSp I ( r o ,
'ArCbariotte.vlne.:
.Ar W..bIIlJ:1OD. .: --tit.. By Sop 'ArChlrnpi.111 .. ralAnwliu 1..oaArBaitlmore I Vaster .....ea for oarlata, baIae blocks, ia ;act anything la the bniUinf line1layoae it. J. Lawrence, of Cleveland.lo..:_- within the circle I Indicates the number \ -
__.. .:_' .tr kY i aSp 1., ..in....II.V. .. c a. 14.\1' / coatenplabaf ng bnlldmir world do veil. to coast ma Id regard to pans. and rived in the qty yesterday afternoonand '
Ar Fblladelohla } Y K k j Ala ArCII"lIuctI. ... ...:........ CHili I ,:till speciecatlosa: Bclfr a member. of Tbe Knilden, Eicbaar and of days'before: |the storm will-occur,
wr hew 1'or y P K R .Or ... .-.. emploinaothingbat tied up near the relghlock last II without foundation f fthe
LT t'lociuuHtl, u_ C i D 1 \ 9* | :i Union men. ,\ C4n rturaatee no labort..blea.... my work. Look me up or write me whatever 1 and
Ko.10. "WaahlnRlon end rk>ri<>4 Limll c4.**. Toledo Ar-Hrtroli O Micb_ _.4..4!i..._>-.. ._C C 11 H ft& l ttt DIOa tat I : I night Mr. Lawrence, is the publisherof belief is almost/ too absurd to be ,?

Daily lackaoariUe Pullman to Ike Drawing* York.lie mi N l eplnxTanwr Or.O.SO L Ar Pi'uburg Fa ., ..,.. ...1'..-.:. IaUnMBlg I tIi charge of Captt!. W. R. Mdqre: the own- ',a lunar halo S teen one 'or more !
y t.iClaclnriatlO .. Four tII '
tTbe land oC SkLvJaekwuvllIc }-.- i; Ar CleTrlaiiU. O ":r' "" Jtig r...,r I 6.5. ". er remaining at Clere'and/vlt! is Mr. bright stars :mot ups: sure to be no-

I LT Ixrlniton .,.. ._!...y.tl8) I S*'1' iw"- Dade Lawrence's pug pose to. spend the winter tired Inside the luminous ring and the
_. _. 45P nlay._.. \| lIS'p County Abstract Go ;
Lt Saiaaan. ti C.,. .. &I .
boat ahead He will meet the
=:: .o'W: on yachtIn the position 0 the moon. Moreover
: Ar AJbevillr. K.O ; ltak WplOUy No. 1"-1 b. JUwWa LimtUd" D l1y ,
.' Ar Hot Hprinca. .C .....,.Ku.II).. I7p veaibrlyd. train. through. ouches and Tullluan... z:tToonPOz.:: tTZa: New York.', whn the sky 'Ithin the circle I. examined .
''I
e..yo. i
Arl'.onll..T".a. .
t Ar UmtavlUe-: .. .. _.;. _.!Iei.J< 8 Bo.SB. -81..plnC-ca..J".n..IlI.l" ---,- -- ,-- "Mr. Lawrence spend the summer ,c....Ith'even' a small telescope '
Ar ArCl.no.U.OIo"Q 8t.x-JI.__-_.... _....IIq.\,U 6 1f I..aOKTHWEST.|. \ .. I no.' 13TSsp s AL w.- ', J :! at Thousand Islandvt taking the boat hundreds or 8 an are visible wherti'j'

"0._ItallytPullman UnwInK-K'kMi ann -' t ?pica- : SEWELL BUILDING. ; MIAMI FLA. home on the Great Lak e and cruising unl1' oneor rhapa two or -three;'
Buffet Illerpl1llCar tocwron. "...'. viII andrLV jMKMiiitiliErla, .,_. .....:-.I>U 1111) I I in the vicinity of Detroit.. .fn perceiVed '-
the naked
b1
aee
104111'
ao ye. ?
M. Loula. i: .. F Ia Jesup. <;a. .I ,
80 Ry a CM Furnishes urate : ks 'he'arcetit
I and complete Abstracts "The Vesta one of and .
.., >hoBy(4o sain1I4SJI .
J "I't'1' ?-.. K> ..40.I'orld's or Searches of Title, to any best; equipped, yachts that ever vrfot CCRES NTER .('OUGlL, I :

.. 1!; Fair Tickets To; I' ,, Sill"Z.> .._.,. ,. I'ri.So 1t1... OOp Abstract land in Countj.of We own: complete through the canaL. It con $35.000 wires. ._.J. E. Corer Ql N. Main SL; Ottawa. I Ir
Books all .
the land *
'rlw'o g.o
j'' la 98'and half feet with
lonl.
aew.v < writes "Every' fall it hun beet
011 3, L Pattern:, cords of Dade County : : ': -. an : _
st. lonls loL i -- : : ,:. ke "
I .. 14-foot beam and draws I fire feet ofuter. '
I t'' .or H'u .nrin.. rk ... Art Sec.and Trea.. 1. I : ...Iro! troutle to eatch a severe col4rnd

fT:i i I :Ko.17.. -the. HorKULImiMd.".. ... .. .. .... ,:. "'- The engine is 3to) horse power. therefore to; couCh all winter long;

.f .. "CapL. Moore expects: to reach N'ewYork Last winter I got for her abottle, o.f
..
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i; AKKIVAL'From At JACKSONVILLEffaxhtngtan :::-. .. n .o.oomo. 0 "0 leave
<' .. Friday I and will ;the. city She It -
and has
Used
I Horehound
Kew=%ork. Waihlagton," ,"' and Fl y From Chlcaju,i-iuci'in4U.Caotuuo ,,etNn.. ll.-Klurl Frota Kao..t.City. )\-." ;;1"11 11.11.ooC4.-t urlda Llml......." L1 usd.9Sa.mRound .. m. I) LEYHORNEl; ? 1 WIIIII aboard: Fred StovelK engineer; troubles
s' From Cioclnoatl, !ae ldr.stt4. ru \\"hlnj"oo IWd .1..1' Un CO' ,.; Waite', long. Wheneyer thet'ccngh
,
Harry |fireman; Sherth n Ward.
her;t o or thr : doses stops the cougli-
Tnp Summe! To jrist Ticketsinow on'aale.J. Th Real Estate and ,Rental Agents chef; MazweShane, ewEdward'!i Lee,, and. she abl ,to be up and 'WeD." 35c; ,

J..: C-'LU3K District Pamer, 0"1t, ,103 W. -Bay St., Jaek8onville4Fl ,, : ) i and H. r.Gj rdner, ,'sa'Iors." SOc ,$1.00. d by: _Red Cross ,Pharmacy .

., C.H.ACKEBT.Q.k-I i W. H.TAYLOR.. G. P. A.! 12th Str et.Opposite: First: National ank. .,.... t .. 1 ;-
SAVES TWO FROM 'DEA Tn.
B. H. HA.'RDWICK Pr T. BROOKS MORGAN;: A-, GP. A. .. .... ..... I ..' "."Our,Htflef I almost. I be
---' '- ,-.._, oc, ,-, -- --- daughter bId an TWOilere's; Ta a ..."" T TEB 4 HAN. n vf L.
-' fatal attack I of. w.hooPlng'cough and .

F SEIiAF O A R D DOANE bronchitis," :it rites')!rs.
i : RA LERSON'IN (and.'of.Armonk. N.'Y., "but when- another readers want to live money
&llE fallJ; ; and we know bow to help you. w.
remedies we saved her lit.wlth'Pr. !
; run fix It soy u.pay a>tHe more tbs

: [lAir Li ae Railway \ King's. New Discovery.' .'Our. I the price of 0 e paper and, get the two
I; niece, who had consumption in an ad, Situ want. The; price of the .Patty
J : I I Times-Union: &n ,Citizen bas recently .
:: j : !f OR r Choicel meats, Live se.:i Me. choke ltl Poultry. vanes stage, also used this 'wonderful been reducedThree t6.the following! ''-.=l-va
,, PuUt ,Attention medicine and, today1,. she Is i;perfectly" moot .... .. .... ......s I' 40
i Savannah. .Colunibii Caniden: Southern: ,Pines, and dressed poultry I.R' e A M E well." Desperate throat aid lung dieease' Bix mODth. ..It..... .. -,........_ 00
: Richmin Washington, Baltimore.'Philadelphhu ip'A T. N T. yield to Dr.: Kinl" New Dlscov On! yea/;... ...................: .* OtfWepropose
: Raleigh.. r= ., "'to send J'ou.btt"l
cry on'earthnfallible .
.- ,. I as to: no. other, jnedlrlne :
New York.TwioEleg .. I I ', Daily and Sunday Times-Union an*.
;\ i : I t3.cce.sots to c. ... AIlLEItSOIi II I for'eoughs' and colds 50cand CJmen and the Manorous for _

.. I nt Trains Daily. co. wheestablshed tk'mcst i; bestCorn. : ,$1.'o bottles) guaranteed by fan x xmonths.!,'....... ...... '....i S-tt
.:r 13tb' St. and A'o. D' ._ I .' .
M
.. .' hen 1 ,.ts.b druggists., : Trial bottles. tree. :: ... One year..L : :
: ,Seaboard Express ,Sea oard Mail f, \ *: -"" 4-+:: .; i wgwill'seid.you the-Semi-Weekly
\ Times-Union, Citlsen'and the .
t. '' l \ KILLED j AT RICHMOND. Mrntorous.J .
) Equipment.
(>dertirl'iiUm in "
1.I 1.- Siz months for..............;.. $ 1 (00) -
;'. I -YrTE I The Richmond (Va.) Newsreader' of One year..t... .......:....... SW _
.. ,,0 :Do Vou Intend 1 To Build and ., c ntalnBthe' following' rela Thus for is cents more than the

F d111fDraj9'sle; from Jidsoaiillj 1 tJ lei Orleans ., lIve to the killing of a'ranger In that price of the daily, joa get two papers
8S'ltla.i ; sri the
city'supposed to be rom Florida and and for fifty cents more than rex* ,-
F ,' i i t '; possibly from Da 'oo-\nt-/ : ;; alar price of the K.-ooPOtuJ'CMI'eel

r For full inform]i icn,: ..'l', ]1.le J?|ciil per a.I.t ....: v.rite tioii., call 'on any agent. of' UH SAVE MONEY, ? \A 'stranger, was killed this morning the Citizen Semi-Weekly and {jl the Farm Times-Union. and. Frail ant II

4 Itt the OrleaWstreet yards of the Chesapeake Grower. |' .

i 0., IcDjU&LIn.: ; \ PiSS. i t. Jlcksuil1!,!, Fla.. f.' / ." \./- andj- Ohio Railway, by art outgolngpass4nger In. Send advance your always subscriptions at these to prices.a..'\u,"'.,

.
INFORM THE in whic'i alUbranches of he Build"I" ( tr -ln. Coroner Deasaumnraped '
.
I
Agt Tax Maraoroua,
S. b.i; BOYL TO d Jr.. Pass. .t
ing 'r'des are represen ed/ The.. a jury! and held: an inquest } 'Ulsmi, fit;
: .
Florinshearer members of*this an8ociattions .t he ..dertaklng parlors 0(. Arthur
The !cllnute of the: East Coast of on cheerContractors :
; _
I elren oiXFulton, whe fully will tarnishplans, White Eagle Baiter Shorn .: .
,
s [perfection thin,that of. D7 Address- rem ved. .The Jury held'the. road
and 'estimates. "
.iothe- place on. earOi. ', "t I dre:8" blameless. \ I Four Chairsl=rNo'Watts ;
,; toe : 1I'u'whlte and *:
Contractors ji' The man about 5 feet '
Association AssoaaUqir I Best Service in the City. .
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6 inches it hell t'\weighed'about'135pounds
MlAMItFLORlriA
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,1' 'i I, and' appeared to be about'35 A. COL iY"iPr pric'for, _
years old. He wor -a back felt hat, 302 Twelfth Mnet. '

i East Coast I 1 I ;blue coat lark strlp trousers, black I ,
NOTICE'To 'from time to time appointed by the '
) hoes'and a. t eglrg'l': Irt. He hadI .
Board of Direct ft Th.I office of Secretary beard" &UBIBING'RATES
moustache.The '
a scrubby tandy n4 : I
Whom' it Mar Concern: and the discretionof I 'ma 's bat boars th trademark : 1"d

j Notice ia hereby siren that the undersigned the, Boa/d! of Director may be filled! of i Fry"t4. Grossman. Cairo\ III. No

Intend! to apply to His Excellency. by one and the. same lperson... The Imo'.s'! *riaon the clothes that' would .

I "WUliani S.., Jennings,' GOTernor name' of.the'Officers And Directors l er 'of !Identification.:- In: J '

II of the State of Florida on the6th s' I consist I .of three ''members. and In pocketbook, however, was part of, Y an save .

I day of October. A. D:1904. for" Letters Stockholders, ,, who are to, conduct,the I''a card' bearing the following:.',"R\BJ by' subscribing money for

I Patent on |the proposed r : business of the'corporal\on until those ''[McLendonj. candidate'f' tax collector,
.he want
hereto annexed. II elected at the fist ele itlon 'shall be of Dade county, subject to'tbe'Democralic rairers you ;
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I This 27th day tf Angnst. A. DO904.i qualified. are: 'I primary.- There i.as j no moneyIn .
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lAMES T. &NDCRS..s. I James T. Sanders President ;'the Mtketbook'or in the. man'spockets. .. .

i G .O. I W. S. Gramllng.. Vice-President : I ,, J ('ItrGU TilE

ftk 'ATOM.. I i'I J. H..Tatum Secretary!and TreasurerAnd On' a'small 8ou''enlr1' pocketbook,, :
TER. James T. Sanders V. S. Gramllng which was found on the man, was the Metropolis':

IafI 1"i I The undented'persons, lames T.I]I I and J. H. Tatum shall [constitute the name"'A.1: Gross." It .is thought,,lh1< ".

Sanders i \?. s.l t Gramllng. and J.:H. Board'of Directors until lAId election. man was a mechanic out,of work. 'j

Tatnm hereby associate themaelrea to-!I The Officers and Board of Directors of I Charles H. Smiths a stranger in town,

getherzor the pnrpose of becoming Inrporated -! said corporation shall be elected at the who was pith the man 'at ,the time ,of Woe D give IOU '"

ande1 the laws of the State: first annual meeting of|the stockholders the accident said that they, were' on ,.'
tltlre 111 TimesUpion .
.of Florida J and at each annual meeting of the their way! to Norfolk., He did not :

a.iteaaaOrut* 6m.., ?i.ssQl. ?I.sbds.y'Oaes..d : The"follOTrln< la the proposed char stockholders: -thereafter.] The first annual know,.the!name,of his companion; but 'bud- Daily .

JRnws cU Tq.bbis ran ef tks
.4. [ KITEB, AXE WORTH ui J Jan BI3 I 1 ARTICLE' L each' annual meeting thereafter,'shall out' of the way of the passenger $0.ooayaror( ( >I'

naaai frw IiekMBtm* vtoj The name of the corporation shall be be held at the office of the Company. on' rain[ thei map was struck ,by a shifting tbttth for 6 m ntha ;

FLORIDA EAST COAST BAttTrAT.Railway.. The Florida Medical<< Company with the, 27th day'of August I L i engine, which threw him in front for five

i .IU principal oJDce} located .at.Miami.nita ARTICLE (VL: I of the passenger engine.;) ) dOlf\ :-1
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the back of
The wheels crashed the .
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Iftnrld 1 -
C ounty. .! The highest amount of Indebtedness
-'r 1 f-- ARTICLE II. which this Company may at any time man's head., The tody: will probablybe

.,, I general pature of the business subject Itself shall not 'exceed the turned over to the county* authorities *. j

',1,1I 1 Ito be tranaac:1J! be the manufacturing amount of its ARTICLE capital stOck.I .- today1 lEATHER: Y The Daily \

I upon the market. JTlt ,"
A PROVERB ,
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Extracts and j Medicines composed The names and residences! of the tncorporators '
A1 The following Is taken from a .
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.. wholly or in pap of native herbs, fruits of this Company and the .
< nrstn rtaamtlfal ak'brtCMit ( narUa"f.rvlMBjr -i ,tIC Interesting article entitled"Optica etropQIis' J
VlafUa. ... elk r'UIWMtlM, ..... and berries, and in such quantity and I!amount of capital stock:subscribed by 'Mr.' :
K.
Illusions. by Bartlett
iJ-avriuon, J P.wcc=w1Ti, HVZIMSXI, quality,as shall be decided by the each are as follows: i ; Arthur:, : "

....a.n u ti>. ..-. R As .r."".- Board.of of Directors.. : I' ;.James T. Sander (Seal),' of Miami, appearing in, \ .
!?. AVGVSTI3E, .ILJy Al-lTICLE III. Fla: ten shares.. I i
"Of all the weather
numerous proverbs
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-__ __ The amount 1>f capital: stock shall bill 8. Gramllng (Seal i. of Miami. Flri ,- current among the people, those '
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::; Atlantic; i Coast Line. $2,600.00.: .to be divided Into 250 sharesof I ten shares.J. relating ito the production of a halo efi-Weeky
: .,H. Tatum (Seal), of Miami Flai.W. :
the par rains of $10.00 each. which should be included with the few 'for 1 13i

; I shall be payable at the option:of the ten shares. : which there is considerable, scientificfoundation. Union
Board of Directors In services,, cash: or State of Florida. >Des- .
via Justine j by actual experience -
Quicken tl+ moat eicr lent ser.rice NorUc\ East and!. !/Mt. property' either real or personal at a County of Dade. and .observation. There' is .' '
perhaps
ATLANTIC COST LINEL The Faro... New York and Florida Special. .f.fT
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; lust valuation! be fixed by the Boardof On this day personally appeared before no {better known or more popular -
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solid Pullman train of Comix nment 3ln-plng. Dining and Observation Cars. me Jam T. Sanders, W. S. Own- (5.50 a
Directors of this Company at a meeting weather prognosticator than that year
electric lichted ]UUOU' ghc>ut.1: < ar..a.St Augustine dally except Sunday at.u. called: for |hls purpose. ling and J. H. Tatum to! me well knownas pertaining to'. the lunar halo,which haa .J

.A. M. arrive Nw'TorkJ445! ; ] '. ILIol'owtnc day ARTICLE, IV. the persons described ln. and who long been '.recognized .even among

.t Florida and West ;lBdiaa': Limited carrying Drawtog-Rolm. Sleepers and This corporation shall 'continue and subscribed their names to the foregoing scientific persons as an almost 'unfailing Weekly j Metropolis ,
,Dining Cars leare' Jacksonville at :tOO" A. M. dally. rive New York S:00 Its Articles of Incorporation of theFlorida ;-:.
hare power to; operate corporate sign of ,foul weather,,and reliable I
P. JL following day. \ "I! : franchises, powers and 'Immunities for Medical Company,and did severally Indication of an approachingstorm.

Chicago and Florida! Urn! d. solid>> Pullman train of Sleepers. Dining and a term of twe t7-n.e (25) yean after. acknowledge that they.executed' ,One":of the:o1C'familiar proverbs ndSemi-Wee11i I ITi
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Observation CafsieaTel;: JacisonTtlJe'daily at 9:10 A..M;arrive Chicago 4:00 the commencement of Its corporate existence -' the same. for .the purposes;and ,uses I re ting to the lunar halo, II me .-u a _a :

P, JL followlnt day.. This ti ia rwrl-s St.' Louis Sleeper arriving St
1:2SP.Y. -:' 1. 'i f *.. V. I, In witness "'J1ereof.11 hare hereunto' "When: ,lound the moon there Is ahroagh j t .';i
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xa Dixie Flyef eases JaclsotiTine. 8P: ,P.-- M.. daily., carries through I The t.i this Company shall set my hand and official seal .this 27tb t ti

ateerers to Chicago.<< n1| St.. .o'11L. atrtxiLg Chicago *:U P. M. ,8". Louis I be a President, 'a Ylce-' day of August A.:D. 1904.. The weather will be cold and rough." TwoDoyars.' .i,

\ $:04 A. M. tonowjtg oonilni i' I II President. SecretaryTreasurer and 4' S. IL.TATUhf.NotaryPnplic ,"Prore'. $I or. John Westwood' Oliver.

Ir The quickest Hue by four and oDhal bourn tn Cbleac. ....,. boors to General 'Manager, and by such; other (Mate at Larae..i! In.a recent article' on .'The Moon'andthe 4, .,

Q. ; sad joae how- to tioulsrOWiiAKE RESERVATIONS PROMFTLT. I Ii officers, 'axenta',:or"employee,'.aej'may' My.commission expires Feb. 9-, 1907. Weather I" ,* published In Longman- :,

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t Jl lilhlR' regular and legal.,, A1 decision, may Ga.: Mtlle In,the employ of the Wiley
not be rendered before tomorrow. .:' Manufacturing Company. Mr. WIther. '
,"J ADDITIONAL: CITY NEWS. j 'i :". spool, had entire charge 'of their soda 1 '

.' Many persons here will !rememberMr. fountains., and he brings good recommendations l--
; f and Mrs Wm. f. Koegler. of Pitts-. from his former employers
In
m1as1onn are ..
F ._ ,nruta The I Count/1 session1},todajr",* with; a full board burg. ,Pa..' who spent the last seasonat recommending I him as a first class1 soda AN APPEAUO [RS
j, the San Carlos hotel and who In- The public will be 'pleased to MQ
present I
.,' I I J vested extensively In' Miami I real. .estate mlxq'] that they will pe sole.to,obtain ,
& marriage licen was burned this .' These with many others .Ill.. be ; latest drinks at home
: m+omlig to]Emmet Kirk Howard and glad to know that Mr. and 'M"':. Koeg In (speaking of the sanitary features .1
Jafeadd. en Aonetta, f bite; ot Miami. ler, accompanied 'by' tt.elr |attractive of. .1< fountain; Mr. WltberaJoon expressfd ( SCHOOL HAS OPENED
'I t'', daughter. Miss Koeglpr. hate returnedto ,himself as being highly pleasedto
The wall ofthe I'; Roth building on I .Miami and .re'again! at the San find that the BIscayne Drug Co. '
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i Twelfth street) adja< >nt to the Metropolis Carlos 1I'bere'th y.m {remain until had me of,LIpplncotfs.very{latest design -: And you haven't taken advantage of the opportunity awaiting
building ar raj Idly assuming pro- i I late" next 'spring. Mrs: I jKoegler has Tile most. essential part of a :yo, outfitting the'littleboy) cheaper than ever before.:,
I practically recovered from "is! long and foun n from a sanitary point of view \V.ar
: ot".t, I I serious iflness,.the-.paet Bummer-and. says Mr. Wltherspoon Ire the'syrup showing more'sty'les- d fferent.patterns, in boys'suits
tan before.
ever _..
: .A.:541t jn dlT ee .u instituted this jlt,is expected that"Use al1DY'air of Jars. The Jars In this ''magnificent q : f
...'...'morng b1' )0\ rautier, attorneys, section" win 'entire!" restore her fountain are,all, porcelain-with I ,bard ": IThe materials are blue, black and tin .in serges made in..
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on' be, alf 6f M;&rj| MMtley rs. Will ['to health.- While not deitnitelydecid-' rtrbblr faucets, and when the syrup is the Norfolk, Russian blouse and Buster Brown" styles.
Mant r ed, Mr. Koegl r. will probably build, taken from. the jar-it does)not come Prices start at $3.OO. '
on: his property here during the fall In.contact with any 'metal whatever.Then r h I .
} \Tb*r"] Mai Unique. Capt.' Dll- and winter'. J .'.." ] the syrups are not so; likely' [to
lorr>arrived ID'port'' his afternoon from '. sour.] as the Jce..is packed all' around wij G ,
KeyNvest with five riroengers. 'a LEGAL PAPERS:' the jar at all times! S.K nee'Pants, 25 ctsv
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West i f ,: 1 t:, '' t '
wijl sail, on>> tie rrtuin trip to Key The. fabrics '
The fOIlO\\'lng. eretlled, forrecord MORTGAGE COMPANY' ? of these suits
papers .
end Havana Tjhurwl ay'morning. : .jl MIAMI r
in the offlor of clerk of the circuit are impJrted'
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r goods and:
HoajGeorgi : F. c.: Alch r, 'ot Jupiter, and court today:' j I To B > Enlarged and_Pemovedjto Jack- jail [ '
:.W'ijalnbajrt, of West"Palm Deed. Adam Corell _Je Wolf Ord fc)I onvllle\ Within Thirty : 's.y '= are f fto
attending Kepperley.for $tOOO lot I, ]block 106, 1 ,
Beach are in ltb';! cjtv today I[ -- 1-tAt
r the. regularBoard, month,hmt'etlDg of the Miami. n ; la meeting of the stockholders of r Absolutely Fast Colors:
!of County:jqajm"1"is loDen'.whlch. Deed Boston and Florida Atlantic ,:the 11am!' Mortgage Company held ,. <:
In session {today Coast:Land .Co.. to C. S.I I Schnyler' for at Iti omces in the Metropolis s building 'Ours: ock I
injwashable
lot 4 less of way of F. E. new i
1314.60 right
\ last i
'j < vening it was unanimously decid- ,
An Important<, ine- tin* of: :the Ladles' c..Ry. co.', in section 3:?. township' 45 ed ti amend 'Its charter and remove patterns is full tojqverflowing.. \ \\\\\ iiJ\\\\\\J 1 h

;, 'Afters', 'Club vai; ;' held at the Manse south- range 43 east, containing i 18 1-% its, place 'of business to 'Jacksonville\ Styles[tare the Russian blouse, ;.
'Hter4ar'atternoo ard among other acres.; < I herr with an enlarged capital the opportunities sailor blouse and I i.
) nnanN Deed,. Model Land Co to Floridauber [ Buster
buslD'"$ tranRactel wa the- ., for .loanswill) ,be much
for $100 east half lot 5. block"40, Browns with the ivhtte collar ,.
greater than here.
moos decision jot th< -cJub to give an eutertalnmentat \
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; an arty, date for.thebenefit WeEt Palm Beach. 'The Dade.County Securityj Companyand and ties. Prices.. start at- _
of yesterday morning's fire suf- I.' the Tropical Improvement,Compa t. -
.ferers.) The' (,mml tee on Philanthropies ny seem' amply able, to take care of $1.50.
will haul pie'to; tter In charge and I MOTEL- .ARRl ALS. the demands for these 'classes of loansIn
| '- assisted'In aranglng'the program .M amL and these will co t1nue'here

MnJ l-Pmith.. ,The wm- as ,. ..., ,
ty G be/ore j t :1 Long Trousers for '
,1 1 Boys.Easy
.mlttee will set aboi t the same at once, EVERGLDAEF. -" Cat't..R. B.: Shaw, who I Is the man : I
!' ; Club Derives C. Aicher JnMterheb.. W. Lain- spirit in all of these
end aaihe, Ladles'1 .rjerroon
enough to
a boy nto
put long but
hart West Palm Bea h; a:H. Riven trousers: to make
does things byhi] a pleasing andattraeUye institutions.will probably have personal '
er
a him look well
in
r progTtn: will no doubt.bewll"b J,-W. Fudger J. S.'Hspjensett, Jacksonville charge of-the Jacksonville .office, them-thaq's: most as hard as making a horse
arranged."j' ;' s.'Y. Matherso. I y Detroit I ; A. although he will make frequent visits :';drink: Easy enough to make him look well in them, too, f j

E. Griffith. New York; ] LSsprady.'W.M. '1 to Miami. ,giving Mr.,M. V. Brown the the long trousers are cut especially for ,bpys. and propo '
Brown, ;"fltusville. assistance In'the ,conduct of tioned the .
necessary boys That's how
AH of this'morning's session of the; '_'1 I I way grow, the long trousers t fall -
,Qreult'Conrt.,, was' Uken up in'the' ar- SAN CARLOS I :0' the Notice business here.Intention, to'amend I'i ourL bigboyssuits i are cut.: Spring mixtures and outin_ j
s .... gnment, ol the' 't'-of habeas.corpusInst1tuted Vffa' F. Koegler and j.Miss' K'oe' charter of of the'the Miami Mortgage Compa the 'suits Sizes 29, 30;; and '31 chest. $5.50 to! '' 10.00.Knee : -=-=-r-'
bylGeorf e A Worley on be we'I Ir wool: Soc and .
,
ler PIttsbdrg.; pants 7 sc. ,
half of J.-E. Dav1 held a* a fngltlTtathorlUe I ny td make.the name the, JacksonvilleMortgage : I
from Justice I Ini; ( alto by the county ----, and Guarantee Company, and "
: authorities. Ur I forley in his argument ROBERT, WITHERSpOON) to Increase Its capital stock; to50.000 >
'It substance that the '. :- J j 'In shares of flOO each appears in this
Contended Of Atlanta With the BlsCayne'Drug 'Tape t today, officially signed' by Fred. '
0. 'warrant.for,;Davis arrest was Irregular R. 'W.RHODES. I
.as were also the c jolsltton papers and Company!j i I E..Bfiggabt .Portland, Met'jpresident f
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Oft
comp "
IhroushoutiThls I
the entire proceed in # ,
afternoon r1.L. VTLj' '. Erwin, representing ,Dr.'J.,G;.Abernethy.'of the BiscayneDrug u.bra '
that his L .Roosevelt.hM jleft'off the I
President
the'complNAi! g witnesses,.In the Company announce firm J
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case Win argoe his; side of the:case'and has secured the services [of,Mr. Robert 1 Jiujetsu, during'the'hct_:weather.and. -'a' ,, CUtM'.v '." '12th Street,
+ wjll' con tend| that theractions, of the Witherspoon, formerly of the Wiley tr i r'is chopping wood fore- ". Mean- I a : iami, Florida.
tit t matter have been Manufacturing.. Com!>anj[.. of .Atlanta,: time{Judge Parker, Is saving wood.;: ;' ..

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}vij: re on ;o.J J r. r Right, shape," right i ,. i ,.T'r.GAPE PUNCH. RED (GROSS TJut'ICECSEAU.

"'; -..sh'ely'sJ' ''. jill's just} the e';. ; shade, right( style' and NIA I L The 'New' Driak. PHARMACY% ::DeIIdW. ,1

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"are having wonder oatitlsnc 1cR RS
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'l. it; ay Ee WE HA::vE 'l of success with !
< : our pall patterns"T :
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I I Irc age* and they will

Rene ," Th(> Arc only I Seven More Days, averse 12 yards-to 10 11 each and 'Seybold's "Broad. {

1 d., ,Price, $2.
... "Gctla Ct raricc To Goito], St. Louis free pouf ,
I BatistesWe
I $.....

I J-f' I pave<< in d int.r'' U, made. under healthy:t conditions, '
destcW for Shirt We.do all railing tyr th> latest mar. icllln'erypatpnt
waits' which run 'd.-' ,
ft : from"3 to 4# yardsto ::1 "

:- 'WKET I GIVEN, WITH 71ACH' priqes the packaf range e;from the a* ,::A... .I..C>AF

$ ";00 PURCHASEEWEIJL fcO tb 75 cent. Off,; 'our Homemade Breams for' year
: 'i'' 1 i J healthl. That's why ou should trr It.

if 11 AT : ,... iJll1 Fall, Yot will i miss the The kind thatls.: prf ft'rrej b y people } '
; gre1test for miles around. ,
t AlpineBROJ'S i ever opportunity had if \.,.
+ Derby youf' don't' 'scent.ones ..: :-:
WE DELIVER TO >
; S 1 of"" thesebar ANY i I'ART OF THE. CIT .I ,

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