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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 19, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00183
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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r And Through His Manage Made Interesting Data Written 'by the Captain of the Martinique From the I I I $&'
Tug Wm/ F. McCauley and Fine Attractions and Low Railroad And the Prescribed License Fee :"ft

!1'' ; Apology to Associated I Time He Left Havana to His Arrival in Port Last Night-Ship I I I. _. "
Dredge Down Coast PressFor Rates Should Take a Big CrowdTo Must be Paid :;

re Unjust Charges : Not Damaged, But Captain'Attributes in a Measure Her I! i
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Jacksonville Next Week. .
YF s R i I j Safety to Good Work of His Officers and Crew. i II "?!
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And of fa Experiences of ibe Outfit Aft(r i k So Decrees Ja4ae : :

Eeadfegfthe. Lower Bay....Survival" Mr. Hearst, like other nwafapermen. slIIa I I The Trades Carnival at Jacksonville uecDJ, .Piytafl$|i.000 f..ii"
some times gets Into trouble; because After buffeting wind and sea p. m.; glass 950.' (This report taken I _. .
Attrth ded 'to Staaodmeis.At hvcannot see after every JiUcle 4 o'clock last Saturday morning thu from notes made by myself at the time I next week Is going to eclipse ail previous Beloess OonUe if bctrporafiML ::

I ,, which'appears In his paper. { $; steamship Martinique arrived at her noted.) 6 p. m., glass :29-48! ; wind northeast efforts >n this direction and that ; .yi

I h Some time ago his paper mid an duck here yesterday afternoon at i and Increasing; estimated rate of is saying a :;eat deaL i. i_ ; :

i I unwarranted attack upon the Aslfltelat- o'clock, none the worse for her trying wind, GO miles. At midnight, glass There will be amusements and entertainments c ,

; last the tug;Wm. F. McCauley. of ed Press sal when he was' cited&\ appear experience. 1 29-47: at daylight 16th, Sunday sailors A decision of m
to please all the entire week much importance to
?:,' ** Savannah.'towing. the big chisel dredge I before the Directors of tJh< Association In speaking of the trip this monunj believe that Sunday Is always the falr- saloonkeepers, '- 1bS
being filled with of this at well .. .:
exciting every .
I games, contests at
.of the.feanford ROM company tadwhich to answer a charge of laving Captain Dillon said that it was one of nt or foulest: the latter in our case). I
,'IS ;: buffeted abc.t from last Friday violated section I of Article XI:ojl th. the worst he has ever encountered and At noon glass 29-4$ and wind, and wind I I and exhibitions. There will be I II other County In ,the Mate,,was rendered ,
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'. f '. ; by-laws, hit managing editor af||$ 8. attributes his safe arrival port to the increasing. At 4:30 p. m. glass 29-35. a cavalry company with dally- exhibitions by Judo Call in Circuit Court,'Cham ",if,

.' '" Bleat to Monday kftei anri Itt, the lower Carvalho, of the New York CaD. dilligence and faithfulness of hit crew Between the gray walls of rain we taw I which will be worth the trip to I her at Jacksonville Monda,.- It *ottalns .' :

.<, .r: :bay'and', I'about which rumors: of tool went' before the board aDd mail the at all hours during the blow. Captain a large ship on' the outside of the reef see and the Wild West Show is alwaysa the Sta;'.j law prescribing that aa ,
Ul loa being atrandea on the beach following' statement: tI f Dillon also denies the report that bj fleeing like a frightened thing before loon keepers doing business outside of

and rack other reports were current, Itaafely think it Is proper to sif::teon- was' short of coal and could not let the screaming gale. At 8:00 p. m. big attraction. an incorporated city mast ray a license },.

"* moored} at tat terminal dock earning the publication fo the; up the bay on that account He attribj glut 29-30. and !the wind It fierce The managers Messrs. 0o W. Wil of $1.000.00 :. yew, while those' .... .

after having had one ot the mW: .v* t. article compl-uned of. that It .edt1 rtt- I aces the error to the fact that he won driving the rain mixed with salt spray son, W. R. Carter and J. A. Hollomon the corporate limits of a Mtylty-bah: : I .
tat experiences In her career that and H. A. UcEachera, have been untiring 1750.00. .' ,"
] ten during my absence aDd ua need coal before sailing again stings as though shot from a gun. '
.; The togit eomniaMfoi byt Captain without my knowledge. Mr] mal'llt The trip and experience of'the Mar We are pow; tugging at 75 fathoms of in their efforts' to procure the best It will be remembered that'oa'Ocyi k'her

.Avery, with W. B. Hllli.*as j (engineer.aptala was also away from New YorVag. the Unique U best told in the foUowini chain cable tad when the gusts caught attractions to be found and they promise 1, (W. H. Glrtman doing a bar boat, \

> Dan 8t. ''ClaJr at am omcerand time It was published. I desire ;14 uy story written for the Metropolis iii at fair not a link: of this eba1a'toa4eathe all who attend the biggest show sea la North Miami; protested agam* >\':

Opfrn> Eddie Roblas; I Ic.asr Id- unequivocally that I do not I txlleve Captain Dillon: water for 40 fathoms ahead of the ot this kind ever brought to the South paying the license of 'l. oo.OO,aad. ... \:i
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lot,'besidegl a crew of elevea :men. The that the management of the Astocjated ship At 3 a. m. the wind has backedto ern States. quested an acknowledgement,:of till

i 'ItcCaaley .it one of the stauae test toga : Press has been guilty of aJaj the We left Havana at 4 p. m. Friday north by west, fad J finally to northwest The Jacksonville people have put up lime from Judge Herxr to that dice; t x..

r J OB ,the Atlantic 1 eoMt; She' Is steel service for stock jobbing-purposes or the 14th. and arrived In Key W.tt a At daylight; which came at last a large amount of money to get up it thei tarn time allBOQII' Bt _that _'
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10 the ICth. The long tim
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v .hulled wife steel' deck .hours! and upper for their own profit, at alleged;;IA the the big heavy brown clouds are rolling this entertainment and they have a proposed to ,contest tile law In thpremises. < :.!{
x !, work?and has great power. She article in question, nor any otbrt act of that It took us to cross the I gulf wastea. up from southwest at though to attack right to expect that the attendance ,t fj w : "-;;
"is electrically fitted throughout due to strong wind and high B*> from all over the State will be large.It He however hat tJoB.t1
x- it. steam turpitude In that respett. I therefore ; us from that quarter. Every room taken.no ;
'ore leaving Cuba I got a cable report I ...
steering gear and coBifortabtaj: la every desire to withdraw all such imputation* that had a window open was filled with will be an opportunity for the people I far. probably awaiting the result "of a "Jj.

rjnaaner. 1 *'""iTi <1i j 11| and express my regret that they' werv reading:. "Storm centered In westera dozens of little birds.' while the deckIs all song the East Coast to make i parallel case before Judge Call at Jack ....
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Caribbean Sea and ? -
Captain reports the Norm was made." jjc 1 !: moving westerly. i littered with dead ones that struck a trip to Jacksonville at half rates and sonville. In which George,W.' Ortagus, ; ;

one of the;worst'he hat erer;,encountered. The following resolution ...1! thereupon The glass at this time marked 29-60.J the houses and mats during the night to enjoy a week of pleasure at a time a salopn keeper{at Mayport, an nala. .Jcorpot
belief If th
This would that
.Wye Savannah lead to the when the weather si at Its best and be- ted place la'Dnval -
He ; that M left adopted: In their flight through the darkness county, man.damtued
''last Tuesday mornlnilwlt&lan! | >rabl' Resolved That under the drenmttancet norm was as reported that by saflln, pushed ahead by the fierce storm. The fore the busy season at home has be- the tai collector of that cowat -

"weather reports: ends. fair wind I' +we Mr. Carvalho's retracUdu] and northward we would get fairer weath wind has dropped pow, from what I estimate gun. )' from colectiag the lieeWof \n.coo; : :

'j"; '" the coast|The barometer: tndcatloari : apology be accepted and placed ion record and higher barometer.On jit '151 j miles steady and 90 In The fare from Miami and return Is and 'w hlch writ was quashed,br,the ;,:'

>i ""..were goo4,"snd: be proccM l south and the case be dismtoedj I Ijt being our arrival In Key West I re* the gusts. We heave home one anchor 511.25. and tickets willbe sold Monday court !\ thus sustaining the law'; and '

;:without a Stop. Thursday hs/elt I some, declared however that this; Action, the reports which showed noj appare I I end start for Miami.On the 24th. up to the 28th, all good forcing: the iwyment of the prescribed ,

wind ''and'on.. iFriday" it t.cttascdI shall not constitute a precedents I _' -Change In the weather conditions, yehe :. reaching thej gulf r.tream we find to mum up to and Including the license! nnjeua the Fr premeCourt'ce- : *f

,';/ though not -.a' Bang- t e aa'y. glass had dropped to 29- $. I left a tea running from southwest that 30th.GERMAN. verses the decision.- Of|the decision_ ;, '

0"Bod..'teg sihd'towliehaTBd'wSiirand, he .. ...... -". ,'.' ',- .ti. Sey West at.-.m..Q.JU!, 16tb. aut would go-farja-a men. .Othershjpt the Jacksonville Metropolis:- ,.

""J ... ::ame to. inehorj; ; told row- Rock ROADS ARE : 'or the first few hours the weather had are In sigh They, too, are running -This Brain tf about th3''"first"thins ; -"
BARK
I' light late dauttenum.u |II n tome appearance of clearing; yet the before the southwest tea and wind done In Clcu.af
,'i / Beingof acquainted'fa, the eaten lass was slowly but surely marking a now appearing an crest of the sea I Judge Call was the quashing of'.b "-It_

.,,be name:sip. thejbay! .wltu vh* tug to QUAGMIRES lower reading every hour. At 11:30 a. and then disappearing only to be seen writ of mandamus In the cass of the ara.
;' iwlthia tw*$s mile* of the Utv fhat after- H. the weather grew thick] and the when pushed up' by the heavy swell. IS TOTAL LOSSIs State ex ret. George W. Ortagua" 2

:; 'noon' for $ e ptupor.e of lej'nlnt the i J wind raised in fitful gusts, driving a We. too, appear first as though going i J. F. Geiger, as tax collector of Duval"

'ws)" before 'attempting 'to j tow the ill rhtte sheet of rain before it. and the to throw a hand-spring, then change to county, Florida, "> i'lI

dredge up.} .The wind Increased aDd jlasa fluctuating leaving Itself at a Inwr a bark summersault We arrive at the I On the! Tth lust this motion was argued ,"i

he_returned to. the dredge land n.ade ADd Russians and Japs Are NojgBlvonacked ? point after every move. outer bar at 3:15 p. m.. and search for by J. B. Christies and C. :B Per ; :..-

'aecure for the aight.. by p Wa.t out This was not what should have beenf the marks to the' entrance. The first tbe Zion Lumber Laden and I for Oi I agus, and by W. B. Young, for '1'I a.

two anchors one' of them. rro/ni' tie tug -Details of Awful Sly fe we were getting away' from'a storm we miss Is the big bell buoy, which the State (tat collector), and the decision '',

r while he laid by.! but just what would have or should capsized and is bOttom up. only show Bound from Pensacola to : has been .anxiously awaited, by

:- Saturday the |conditions j ivera nn- Waged io Rain and Cotif have been if we were approaching a ing its red sides as the water recedes those subject to ray a tax for selling 31f
UVef ool.. '
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J 'changed. aiid both UK and dredge I .storm; glass 29-55. It was, only too from It The big lighted beacon hen I I liquor! In Duva) county. '::,; it

,YMth red:'1t..elL Snnday'Jwat, a repetition Main that we were approaching some also disappeared entirely. These two In an incorporated city' the tads; f;

.; of, the' previous day until la ; ether storm than the one reported In I marks were important The bell buoyis '- $750 fpr Stato and count aDd outside ;sft-!;

; she. afternoon when Ute rID I Increased St Petersburg October jiftJt-Tlie he Caribbean Sea or that this Carib- now dangttro .i of sUch corporation it Is '$1.000. .Orta .} : '

;and the d>"eedge,'loot one anchor,( I"enr- flash of enthuiiiasm yesterday-oUr th. x-an storm bad recurred to1' tbe eastward We arrived at Miami at 5:30 p. m., Parties In- the city today from Fort gus on October I, 1904, tendered"to .

tile this wOuld not bold her hitched capture of Lone Tree Hill an4 Shkkhe. and was coming up behind us. In the 18th safe without damage to shipor :.auderdale report that the vessel on Gelget the 'j5O.for the raining feu, I's

onto v her t{with: the tng.atfl worked the repulse f othe Japanese stack and ill her case It would have been highly accident to any man. The fact of .he reef halt a mile off shore at that this Geiger declined to accept at the t Ik'

? ahead against the wind a.;l Ight that the Lard drubbing given mprndent to pass a harbor. So I I' the ship being safe Is due to the watchful lace is the German Bark Zion Hum- law. be said required $1.000. Ottagns; f f

.'tom' keeping- tie raft head-on*" a the tea ma. hat given way today to ,at4b.ter -rased the reef at Alligator, light and I i and faithful :way In which both then brought mandamus proceeding] II

; = .. and relieving the strain on the cable.This .'*, appraisement of the partial .ucjsses; teamed up the channel (Hawk's my officers and men attended to their aes. master and bound from Pensaco- to compel the acceptance of the tender t il.

i \ maneuvering ;iwas kei,i! cp urtll of the Russian army. f I s r.blllllneand came to anchor at 1:45 duties for which I feel proud of them. a to Liverpool'with a cargo of 902.000 His attorneys vigorously attacked'thaconstitutionality /, :
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be the confri aft that ------ .-, .eEt of pine lumber. of the lie as clasi :
when official --- 3
h Monday njorning 'fl1t'n There is no t tl| I ; ---- --- r -- --- f '"
} 'south, witJthe'dredge: but a the wind :I General Kuropatkln hat ...*'ui Id the AT LONE TREE HILL I I ONE WIRE WORKING. The bark U a- I.otallOl8, being split In.wo leKijlitlon, local and speclid ktion. t "
; i | Judge Young as vigorously d* t-?
.abated son tethit he cam balk and up genuine offensive A complng veil I on the rock and her cargo float-
', '.:- the-7 to'a point'abort a wile I belowthe covers the movements of th; :nny. St. Petersburg October 19.-The Emperor Between Here and Jacksonville ashore. tended the law, and now Judo; Cbrlktliays !l
moutlTof has received telegram from j Repair Cable Break. .nl{ he will try the Supreme Court onrfie < ",
; the river ,where U.e tug but btoh generals: Kuropatkln, Sa'iaaroff a : This afternoon Captain Hnramet tel- t"

4; sod' tow Went "ashore on the edge of report no present mo1' }'i.Dts. General Kuropatkln dated yesterday graphed here to Mr. Woodworth, col- mauer. t rte
4{ the bane'"an where It rem..,. od until It is regarded that Field Marshal: which says as follows: : Superintendent McDonald of the ector of customs, stating that beach The official order is as foil"-,..' jif1

.r, ; yesterday[;afternoon when jbath'wero ()nma evidently considers Ioti4-Tree,| During the night the Japanese MBacked Western Union Telegraph Company, ambers are robbing his ship of hec "The motion to quash coming on to ;t
our advance positions on Lone went to the beach across the bay this be heard, and having been arrived aadsubmitted. t' ;It: ,
floated ana proceeded to the terminal Hill of vital Importance at bothjMon and asking aid to protect it '
:.1 : left the! cable bees and :MTfO It Ir considered by lbtrt'Ol1. 1 ;i
morning to : \
j. k... .ft. l II day and Tuesday nights and during a Tree Hill but were repulsed. No resorts >- the collector at once notified Captainlose
i connections Tomorrow Mr. McDonald that wild motion ba bad the '' }!
there
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have been received of othermgagements. ,
"' :0 ;Captain Avj-7 renortt >no damage terrific storm he made desperate tfforteto ,any deputy United States marshal, at
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"whatever outside of losing one iiirhor. recapture It but all efforts fslfcrf.Pitiful Everything was quiet at will leave for Key Nest lo eu who in turn the hereby granted, miu the aUernatlrwrit < "i
t gage! a tug and barge to come :.nt, pick .his 'place apprised of mandamus be and the same ..i-! ;}
/the patting of several hawsers, and the pictures are painted, ] t.v| th Ml of our positions to ten clock this 'nlted! State authorities at Jacksonville
I hereby quasheu. To which mia =:{
upand ir-.jk In 'U A able retatoi -|
wear-and ; euto[ jwth crafts such as war correspondents of the 1Ih..1tH'1-| morning. Rain fell ail night and theroads repair 34 the wreck and conditions and asking '
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trout ", jwhich Is b-. .: "ft.i !be mar Fowey 1 exceps.'r
naiurally eotd andsin are greatly damaged
vwoold, occur rich a FOOD* who bivouacked In the
jdvice in the premises. It Is probable.he '
battle with -elements.! TIe figures tired, wounded end footsorl from j I Rock light "Ddne this October 17, 1904. : v. '.
cargo an I ship If any of it 1s left. I "R. M. jfTh4
Aierv'of Wm F
CapUla t'e tug Call. Judge.$1JW)0 \
BOTH .
rthat'the ARMIES MOVING.St
: ti sjrind'biew Sunda night at their terrible struggle for II1t|tery. '
McCauley, str.cl this \ Unit Till be! tak!a In hand byvtht Govern- was paid this morningtatey
morning
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.75 miles or' more.per hour > ,n-l is lend The roads are converted into qmnnlresnnd
last while anchor nent authorities Chnitle to Geiger under '|:, "
Sunday taking ,
up pro
In the praise of the tug dodos the streams flooded. Mllltsry'crlte :
tiff Petersburg October 11-Correii- I
they picked 1 UD the cnliie, but ti'fl; a Details rf the wreck are bard to obtain "It% !until the appeal in the! case It 1: '
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; which bu for their staunch1 .xuld not ratified that Marshal
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r > ret oondents are sending out voluminon
It Is said that the
r ; rope around It n-l !wt it rti>wit again. though ship '"elded. This was necessary M to h s- '
not have ireatherd| the gale The Mc- Drama Is ready or wining totrelinlolsh the battle of I -
: reports of horrors of '
.' the The cable was no' 1-rriki-n at that i.mc a a total !'oss and that her master andrew sorrow la the last day allowed for pay'<< '
'isr, Canley tailed thlt afternoon sn. the re- the offensive and express the Lone Tree Hill. I .r'e
I' by the rug and. 'f s.io f./>' -I It :1ItID 0: twelve men escaped and reacnd ; license tax which became due or If ,
..", [tara trip|to. Savannah after ling b.rbunkers pinion that he may try still tdrbreal'hough | The sides and summit are covered he Is not aware of It. the hori with difficulty. 'b. lit Inst Had tbla. not been phi.rtajus' :i
:, With coal at the termlLat dock. the I.'nsslsn and
center ompe remains.
with mangled In confirms-. '
1 This mornln it it o'cV-vk 1h? lo :al SCHOONER VETERAN LOST.A ) bar room at Mayport could: bi jiIt
{{ .Ross cilsel dredge No. II,lit In cora- General Kuropatkln to retire dram the .
: ton! of the report of no fighting lastnIght ri'oort reached the city this after- :osc l. .
telegraph offli-e cot a 'AinnMctlon by .
: one
mind ,t ...
:; of Captain Johnson ii ad hat at Han river. |
;; j the Japanese are concentratingit wire to Jrokitonrille, and me ifs are loon tht-t the email coasting schooner In Addition to $751( State and county.i
: present t crew of seven men aboard. | &K
Einchenput. but the more Important being transmitted with 'llfflrnliy. Ii Veteran owned at Key Largo and a re:1'e.. $.1>x) city license to sell inIty th i
,'i j though her working: crew It griater. St Petersburg October M.-j-lf e Belie 'ft.w. Is that the Russians ale extending .
> ls believed, however that other 'elm 'requnt visitor to this port, wattrrerred has to oe paid. : t '"
'. She It 80x30 feet, hull mi' surement.and >>
Russian fleet will divide: fart o" the rrignt west. will be In service by night near that place during the gals) !' 1 0
Is ec eqUpped with the nods I pverfat 't going via the Sues Canal ,> kd the No big movement It possible pending I ind that her crew and a woman and |JAIL QHIET YESTERDAY. s. .
and latest machinery for the work.ht' met around Cape of Good Hop!,j the drying of the roads which willnmbably :
I RUSSIANS; RETREATING.I two children were rescued by the en- 'n
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It intended :to perfonrj>> 1! sflje was : It Is explained that the dlelt tatty liHUag > require several ....n.I. j rinerrs at work on the survey of the Mukden. October 19.:-Testerdajfj l

kbuilt ta jBavaaash and Is Opt nn her throughthe canal makAi a dl- I -I London. October 19.-A dUnatrh ti. f:'. E. C. Ry extension to Key' West. passed quietly 'with no firing heard lasl l'; .:

,first trip sad work; I IJ .. ,Hsion.of the fleet advisable.. :Teror-|I ABOUT PANAMA DIFFERENCES. the Japanese Legation here from To- ')eta" of the wreck could not be obI night The Japanese appear to be fall 1,; ""

;The dredge Is practically] [I.It uninjured I see around the Cape win mike'ift' OB* kto today ..n'that Field Marshal Oya- tained. ing back slowly and the Indications,.. iS
her I ;
;from tonga experienct and wtn ta 'nrtalrtt loanr.oth .4 Washington. October IS. The Pratl-
| I ma reports that on Tuesday the enemyseemed tbat;they are burning stores prior U
,,: .,fitted and pntia., eoaditfek I for work I .- :7 -, 1 i i drat hat Instructed Secretary of War to gradually decreasing their I RIS1S AT PORT ARTHUR withdrawingAi z

"-y;: ,}. lath e bay at aooa at t tie< otjJpr dredga "- mastert and crews are bett* ,fore- Taft to proceed at an arty date to forces la the direction of the right soon at the roads have dried suflWdeafly : :

,, i "alt 'm advanced. far enough for her -rttnlated upon their good fprtaW and ,""wama to router with the} President army A small[detachment continues :[ ToVto. OetObPr--t;; ; Is believed her a resumption of the battle wH

.+.to" be&tLt T' 'ItJ ij- trtendld seamanship which. it In a of that Republic aa endeavor to eom- active. The enemy beaten at Benslhu chat> TsIrs at Port Arthur are a.1 I probably be made at the Russians' anI
-,,:;- '-T_: *" **$*pt of;both tagaad itredga Is measure due to their 'I'reat pretence' oromtae the differences that have Is retreating northeast la front of theleft ...-nvhlns a
;' por-sldered. lraeuloat;by'ataty and .here today. arise : army and txseaslonally firing. ; -rlv a snr Hoa of a few days. 1 I.I.i [ Japanese.-,
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l- The Galveston Tribune haiay 'every t respect 'fort the t ra and wheat to'. feei c 10,000.000'peo. 3-

(: 'TtDAILY... : L tf. I about advertising: The lal( 1 g of the city's busineas. but we ship large quantities to I "' .

'j: 1 merchants of every place II he -;frio) The figure given by I countries. We supply England PlM.jMKtM.JsckM.Jr.. Dade County'Abstract: s '

f. .MIAMI'METROPOLIS.; : also leads in advertising bis bus FF .' In a communication a large part of its rations, and If

:.. t.-- contracted dealer .wijio urday's Metropolis ware to shot off the American sup .
The narrow
.: .... e..r ..., ......,. zaeeoa.rta:s.,,,,op.D ,;,
i; ...... -pC ... does not waste (?) hit money In adr rUslng amount now being I England would be In a bad fix.

L tt9l TA1 I. t f An.t. U Invariably the "tall-lndef." would almost pay the !I year our wheat exports will prob- .

."'. f. II1U 11&11. Advertise and do business." | entire amount of 1 be 50 per cent. less than last year. SEWELL BUILDIXG MIAMI
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..... 1 Vic Pm. FLA.y
.....--.r proposed for the new j than three-fourths of the world's
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.A ;.. j !I property all over the crop U grown In the United States. Abstracts
Miami
: iasKel .. AI KiaatFlort4a, Miami newspapers are for t Furnishes accurate :and complete
tNlS .. I enhanced In value exports of corn have grown from
by
last and all the time. They spend I 1S or Searches of Title to anT
L !s.alss. s..t..re_ .wapa.r pnbmt.lM. money singing Miami's. praises I such a building. bushels In 1891 to 209.348,000 land in County: We own complete

ale BUla land W tk*rjBlt4 fUUl M thIktn have advertising space to sell. !I Prospective investors In 1900. The. efforts of the Abstract Book of ;laU the land Record

.Am ... rail*.* "r.t l.It who use their space find It i that the people Department to Introduce S. L r.ttar-e., of Dade County : : : : : : : : : V

o.e Tear fcy Mall..............'.$*>i.oo but there are too many Individuals, ijnd : contemplate casting i as a food In Europe have been a Se
....I'.. uo liberal progressive in some sections. In Belgium
,1&:1: W1pIttha...'i..I institutions who are willing to prbflt
;c;: 'Ik'Ie+ Wnnthaf................4,. l. SCMi I by the efforts of the newspapers so long arid good substantial consumption of cornmeal U one- .

Weak. brlCarrler.........if. M as it does not cost them any>,hfng." I bt'lt'Iden s of this bushel more per capita than in
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1.- county court-bouse has United States. There they mix rye
Tti liinjprtitiiii\' Conpuj. These institutions and individuals re thousands of dollars corn which Is said to make a
soft marks for the fellow with a like F. W. HAHN
-t"! Mftrt1IIq rater [nude known oas Miami. wholesome ,and palatable bread. In
advertising scheme. .,
; there 800 bakeries which
pl1eatlos.mEPHONE. :oJ The building of are !
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1l alt. Inc of streets caused mixed bread. German bakers are Architect
The Citizen Reporter defend end and Builder
?:'OFFICE=: METROPOLIS BUIWINO.r men to Invest large using a mixture of cornmeal and wheat
etateymmlttee
sustains the action of the t ,
48 and JLM Twelfth Street.J last winter who would flour. For genuine corn bread om
In the Holloway matted I now have in my employ one of the best
c Court Bones. but for these pone eggbread punkln head, ashcake
so
Oppoeiu; draftsman in the South and
nounces HoHowsy defends Wolfnd] am better
--. The election takes :! Johnnie cake, muffins com cakes, hoe- than for X
prepared
i if. declares that only two papers I .(the ever furnishing plats
rL ,WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19 !11304."tfTRAIGHT State have bad the temerity to e9me next and at that time I cake, mush. hominy and corn light- and details tor good buildings. fine cabi- 7
i an almost unanimous bread-one must look to the South not net work etc. 1 am now headquarters
1; or out openly and defend Hollowsy hrhe
TICKETrpr estate owners In the urban but the rural South or that for turned work scroll sawing and all
DEMOCRATIC Reporter evidently has not a very= trge
11 propositions, and Miami part of it that has not yet been mod- work usually done in a FIRST CLASS
t exchange list/ or else 1U editor hU '
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: planing milLSend
II sure of one of the ernized and made effete by a half- _
President overlooked the political column forhad .c

:' ALTON &.: PARKER,I j ; not something of this kinds! oc- wonderful history...... goods baked. civilization glucose, oleomargarine that lives on canned and me your order for doors and window -T

For jVfa-Pnddeat. : curred. he could not have made such
( frames '
ballusters
preparations.
PROTECT PARTY formaldehyde brackets etc.
,; ,
should
HSNRT a DAVIS j ; an erroneous assertion. He fit
o and be convinced
4 For United State Senator the other foot and it should be 4No{ MIAMI, FLA
The date of election I J?W Carson, of Frost Proof left lastTuesday
JAMES: [ TAUAFERRO.FoTi "> 2 or thereabouts. J :
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%:; by day and from for St. Louis. la the last issue
Conrwainn iJ'R | t
; taxation of interest | of the Record an extended account of .
K ) j It Is very likely 'that pressure from throughout the State. I the Carson Brothers' famous fruit ex j
For .:! St. Petersburg caused KuropatElA to I
7 There is little or no at the World's' Fa4r was publish
NAPOLEON: B. BROWABD. move against the Japanese. The; fsme the Democratic ticket Mr. Carson goes to st. Louis to Clyatt'stabIe
Secretary of Stab caused able geit als.
a For sort of pressure safe In all sections of attend to matters pertaining to this

7 B. CELT' CRAWFORD.For both Confederate and Federal, t4 beet( fact is prevalent that : It Is expected that the Carson BOO and 802 Twelfth Street. '
Attorney General with disaster In the civil.war. ftiting '
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party Is making a I exhibit will be awarded the _
TPM. H. ELLIS, i'1 the movements of armies hundreds i
campaign this year & gold medal aj was the cane at the Buffalo
Fop Comptroller !, and thousands of miles from tljejwar ExpoaIUon.-Bartow Record. ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS! '.
and is apt to poll an
"A. caaoM.i I IJa often against the best judgment
C.
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large vote. This fact SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY.
of the commanders on the scene, not .
ForfStateTwaanrer
spire Democrats to NOTICE.OF CITY ELECTION. "
c 1. "' ITJlV T. KNOTT. f Infrequently dangerous business phpo- the determination that HORSES BOARDED. CUPPED AND CARED FOR. $

l' fir. Sapertnttndent ot Public, Inttmeil. leon Alexander the Great and[other terest and prestige By virtue of the authority rested In GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTIO i.1

** i I I, great soldiers never received aftjf orders humiliation at the the undersigned by the laws of the .'

t ;.; wx.ilL HOLLOWAT."Ji from home. They were th* government heretofore in its ) State of Florida and the ordinances of '
(' ot Apicaltm% so to speak and belb| :on .... E. T. CLYATT, Proprietor.
2 Ifs Comaujaloner Don't let their party the City of Miami, notice la hereby giv ,

... -;,,''". ",-, ".' '' .1IeLIH. II the ground they fought their !titles! policy grow, but. If It to the qualified electors of said city ;
11 ,For RaQros4 OntnmlselooerJOHNU when and where their Judgment dic Democracy and that the annual general city election 4

a ( ; : .MORGAlfj'i'I tated. If Kuropatkln has been I decisively keeps apace, with will be held In the pity council chamber -

.. '.For State Cbemtatl whipped" as nnofflclaljTokio maintain the same on the upper floor of the Jail building GEO.H.MEYERSContra

"", D.. '- ,. '*L.E.' ROSE. dispatches claim, the blame is ujjoft he characterized the on the south side of Fourteenth
.] advisers and not upon
and his
: .I'I'. -" J '-, Emperor the two factions of our street west of Avenue D. In the City !
.... the brave old general In the atit<< '
iF:i ':.iSjV5 COUNTT'TICKET.5S o \ put. This can only be of Miami on the c t i ngElectricianLaunch A
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0' t >' ,t /;'( j f easily, by the FOURTH )MONDAY IN OCTOBER,
''''),; =t.f h1---. FOr 8tata BeuIar Why 1s the South solid? Coglert are a Democrat; that A. D. 1904. ; ;. .

i. .."': J: JI.;IIU1)1(. 1 I Weekly. New York publication,P.m stitutional right and the same being on the J4th day of said Supplies. < $

.., : ,;VtJNMMUUTt> I this reason: "That the South ft! Mid. vote, but to use your month; that the polls will be open Batteries Spark CoilsxEtc. .

.!, _/.. ...:. RHAM W.'j l ixdF : and that theantl-ReirabUcan feeling I Is up party Interest and from eight o'clock ij; m. standard time, 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida. Write,for prices -

t?"4! 1 '--'O ants'Jsds. stronger than when McKlnlay cUed, as each and every until sundown on ;said day. U. E. ; ;

',/ f. :. 'Ii; lUil are conditions easily understoo4 and assert this right by Jones, It W. Froscher. R. C. MeOrlff .s:

.!; i :,For Proeeentlnf Attorney sympathized with by northerner who swell the number to a have been appointed Inspectors and I \ ''
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..4t". i ,ROBERT! .'TATLOR. have sufficient Imagination toi;project i than It wu the one R. 1C. Smith M Clerk to conduct said .J

"O.t} ,"" :.!;.. .... ; I themselves out of their own enjrlron- In this county there election. Corner Avenue B and-MStreet. ; A / :

-'_. ,:..' .' .'-*. -'hsaj rnent No wonder there Is 1.lone Republican ticket in I'e The officers to be voted for are a* THE : -,"
.
'to *. Issue and no wonder the Song. not onistic to Democratic follows: I.G. I.,

f :. -1$:.''GpO": Q. BUTLzB-----r',I rote for the party of recall Cuon nominees. 'Ihey are A Mayor, to terra one year A. MULLCRt', Praprktw.SANCAgLQSjl. > I

;:'"" \.,.t-, 'Y Forj: -County' Treanrer outrages, force bills, bloody i ,r e:and energy by an.active Three Aldermen or members of the 'if,

1f 1 .:..=-. ,t ff'; when,_ ;wife serve
'For Snpertntendent ot jjchoola consider tariff problems rand velop uncomfortable A City Clerk and Assessor to

: l '" 'R.> E. BALL II I daughter are in danger? Ybo Is however. Is hardly one year.A "

: ;? For Clerk Orenlt CourtSdCL going to put currency and imperialismahead order to show them Marshal and Ta* Collector to serve I

,'t', .:'t':, ;! .DEARBORN." of the survival of his owli, race? Is supreme In Dade for one year.A __ _. ___ (

;J.: ''' The Republican party earnedlory.by to turn out ; City Treiwrer to serve for one '
| Is urged
'For Sheriff 11 j tilt final 10&11T) al(be year at 150per day and n .
freeing the slaves and giving ,
year.
JOHN FROHOC& nominees, and loll up tile Special per. .
't' J'or,Cout, Commissioner* answer to s disrupting question deserves vote that the opposition Said el!" ctlon wilt be conducted as far PO 10m 51 5. Lanre AMPLE OOPS -.

; |M. B. JOHNS I obloquy for the narrjowness, to realize the as rractlcable In the same manner MIs t Pact ffke Bai6i8.! ... Drill

tn\ m. H. UIMICKf' I r tactlessnens and political chicanery{ party efforts In this or provided by law, for conducting general .
,; handled the negroes State and elections. .-.-. -.
.., K'' At WINF1ELD. with which it has ( ty In the State.E.COURAGING. county ----s
' ,"..1 ,.JOHN::1, ; 'SEWEU|; and the southerners ever since 'q tl This ._- --- In witness whereof. I have hereunto I'
f is a northern not a southern critic TO affixed' my name and caused the City
Iti&f t E;; G, TWEKDKLL.For -1'
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Clerk to attach the Seal of the City of
.T School Board !
| :ELI' BIMS. .|.11'a Discussing Roosevelt *nd Cltseland. Cheering news for Miami hereto this 20th day of September .

W..J. PARRLSH.W. in a letter to the Boston Herat [, henry from Indiana. The A. D. 1904. Many kinds of Stuff;
State is growing JOHN SEWELL.
t.- ::1 .:11. BURDINE Loomis Nl'lstDtaYI: I:
f..."" 0:1t r-fr The verdict of history upon t >ese two The Democrats are Attest: Mayor. are called
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.tr. Presidents will be as the vejrdlct o! campaign and M. R. KELLUM.
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r, of Lot
sesson
glorious
This* Stable Manures'
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"'.,; :year whenthe debutante begins I to bud. contemporary men. Mr. Cletslknd! U and views are getting City clerk : .al
now spontaneously recognized f* our clothes in the war
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': NOTICE.
:;.- ."'-.; ..it, to,I look u U JKnropatkln first citizen even when he sitsft 43n the ism. If this spirit of Dade County Farmers :
r.v w
present'PreaI- thusiasm continues to
t t .came_In.contact with a hornet's nest same platform with the Notice Is hereby given that after the and Truckers
election Indiana
0 dent. History will say of hln tjiat he may "
1: <", *: I the btttest of Democratic. More << adoption by a three-fonrtba vote of Its
1auiDaa being Yh? ban never was a* courageous AS j I

_.. ?it'an October( In the South U to be our Presidents; that with thet...>{nselfish : In that State thta In stockholders, after statutory node, Sure Need the BestComposted

': : patriotism of two President*: ''alone. Is regarded as safely and four weeks' publication, the Miami
ibis New York and Indiana ,
be
alit"t: Washington and Lincoln, eat Mortgage and Guarantee Company of t
of all Democratic ticket o::;
that regardless consequences -
4 ,, produce the compared; )Miami will apply to the Governor of and Well Rotted '''I
enough votes in other
lion coi- to himself regardlss of hi
,',,.nrtoiM iMtlaa'Iawi itthoold.: should be paid.'ttrtngent+ party and thinking only of his'eJrantry. The news from West 'I' Florida to amend articles 1, 3, and 7 It can only be had in one way. Address Box 135 4

;- -I 0 ; he took the bold step which Wnedied wholly encouraging, of its charter to read as follows: E. w. G-B.Av 38 MiamJ

Three veeka more of r!....palgning. the erlls wrought by the tlm -tenlng affords fighting j Article 1. The name of this corporation
silver Democratic I
chance of
who enacted the law
politicians ;
shall be the
then of Totes then ezpUu-\ Jacksonville Mort-
the 4 luce
constancy It Is yet twenty-three CALL ON HUGHES & CO.
that for his courage and his ,
,
f floras of how U happened. I Isa gage and Guaranty Company, withJacksonville. i iI i
election, and
:y 11ectlon for his devotion to the couatfy, out predictions Who. handle the ttacJe.America's #
f n- likefof whlcn sult In the doubtful i Fla., as its place of busi Miami .
"" + people owe him a debt the I
t-Th.; Chl'OJ11c hu a long
Chicago There has
is not due to any one of our Presidents guesses. ness.
L;, a .cutorSlll explaining 'why e campaign since Lincoln nor to any on) them marked change In the I Article 3. The amount of Its capital r

L lifeiesaw'': ,If the cam: gn is lifeless from Washington to Lineal 1u.{ The than one State, and shall be 50.000.00 divided Into shares .-

".. .. It Is f because baa 110 Ufe of leaver Cleveland hill live occur before the ---j
.in prod It'I ItjJ memory of 1100. Each to f>- paid for In cuh.pro.lded. ,
w .'},i 'SLWith In splendor long after the n& n slanders of the changes have '
;. 11 of his partisan assailant! are for the Democrats and however that shares of stock Most Perfect Wheel.

. ;' : ,! the storm a thin of the put; gotten. It would be gr'atJrt; to the prospect at this may be engaged by Its members for :

I \ !the'Mardngmue: ad big (dredge we..' credit of Theodore Roosefejt, U he couraging than ever purchase ana future issue and delivery, ;
-- +r'ted thus' = Flaoyole.:
on
a4 butlOllewrecJt; reI could continue to shine in the reflected steadily improving.A by regular deposits thereon.
: "of .the.coatt. the people can: light of the man whose achievement

hank Fate ,for..the good Jhick, and be '. he once emulated. i BIG CORN Article 7. The extent of liability shall Differs from the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth"
( not exceed the amount of capital paid
ihil'lt .
satisfied VM no rone.v I .
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i I -o- ; in. or money received or collected by easier, and is propelled( the same
ir way. ,,
T
Zf-A iff VOTE FOR ALL THE BONDS.
to the the
Conwctisat' who stole a horse According company. ,.
>$r A man The less the friction the ..
easier
waa/seni eight report for October, the Witness my hand and seal this 15th the push.
; /: to prison for I years. propst4y-owner
:..wbUi"a linaa who''robbed a bank fit It Is hoped that every this year will be day of September. 1904 The Racyde has less friction on its Crank Bearings ;;:::. :
a" sentence. in Miami will favor the bon&tBg of the bushels. If this eEtlma Seal) FRED: F. BRIGGS ..,
$;o.oooieoetved'; ear -
<,.. In .Connecticut r as' weUjjae 1 elsewhere city for the purpose of patlttg mon .-11be the second President Miami Mortgage and Guarantee .: than any other bicycle.Pl -.

to be not only streets and erecting'a sun ble city ever produced the Company.
L sometime Justice seems
building. Ail the unpaved seta from of 1902 when It Portland Maine Sept. 35. 1904. : u.rn' bind : t'I
: 4. jj jj.An
.- blind.:btj .4*1 at4 I ;
r ", .J! I First down to Tenth shout be paved bushels The wheat Before me personally appeared Fred I

,.._ .. exchange,propound,the followIng from the railroad or Avenuk., X) to th i estimated at 551,000,000 E. Briggs to me well known as the have an up-to-date plumbing establishment! .
.-c prowea:'.If, a boll{ten yean old bay. Most all of these streets an'' 000.000 bushels less President of the Miami Mortgage and in:

:: :tired'In are mlnuiee holding his thickly settled and the prop : wnen ; and the oat crop at I Guarantee Company why:>> acknowledges connection with my Bicycle Emporium and #
f.i Mater," Who#weighs sixteen poands. are mitlUed to the benefits" [of good those who grasp their !I that he signed the above notice and je- to do the best work. '

;;' lpw'locig',Vill It take jhlm to become streets. I {, are impressive figures torn for the said company for the uses prepared Call and see me f;

'. tt..4 :''itL1 Ice iii.twiof that age ono The city building Is bad / Deeded} at what a big country tbl purposes therein expressed.
skier the make-shift Is i menace to tremendous It Is Seal) ALBERT M AUSTIN M.
",; ..ftoidi eo.>oi one etoe't who weigh present I crops ( J. Me DONALD i
::..l. i .' a .' human life u well as' inadequate hit ducing. We produce i Notary Public. J
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SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANtt ,the world. (H< contains 50,000.000 head.Osborne .

l -It .Is an unwritten law of
if, ? i M I 1
The average annual rainfall of the the Protestant Episcopal Church of the '

TOe professions t British Isles is 39.5 inches, but S3 United States that no man shall be a EXTRA SPECIAL.Johusoll's "

inches fell in 18i%, 51 In 187g'and 52 bishop who Is not an American dtlzea. .

I la 1903. I 14 This, and this only is the reason why

: f;s Father Osborne, bishop-elect of the '

; 0 Solar activity is rapidly Increasing, Diocese of Illinois has renounced allegiance 1

; six independent sunspots having been 1 to Great Britain and becomea Addition Lot Bargains!

: P& &1trszL g counted by Professor Steotzel.,of Ber- citizen of the United States.. .

: lin, In 1901; seven in 1902. 36 Jn 1903. Bismarck-Both of BlsmarcVa sons
I ATTORNEYS At LAW. '
and 72 In 1904 up to August 2 tt On died while still comparatively young

: WUlstttioU all--.SUto and r.tenlIsMlaltaeUltlstlorezaBtnlncand the day mentioned, one edormous men. "Bill" Bismarck having died in

pwteectoiUi group had a total length of 69,4$9 miles 1901. The great Chancellor's only surviving -
*, M ; e 0.ioz m. p MlB... PI*.
'}; That eggs decrease in weight during von Rantzau. Prince Herbert Bismarck customers grasped the opportunity of securing such \Bargains.Vehave decided '

T. BIA&QS. X. D., Incubation has been proven bjr careful was forced to give up his careerin to place Seventeen more of these lots on the market, and below will be founda
P.
: E ,, I weighings by H. S Gladstonje.i Theji! the army when a lieutenant on ac- list of a: few particularly fine ones in this addition.

X=, Ot&Qt wttk E dCto i Pharwtj.KeddemM average loss of. a pheasant's eta; from j "ount of the severe wound he receIvedat
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t Mth Stn.coriurAve the first to the twenty-first W 11'118\\i the battle of Mars-le-Tour. August
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.. found to be 2 dr. 12 gr.. and $me egg 1 16, 1870. When be died however, he i
htLAMIr, FLORIDA.DR. .
which weighed 17 dr 19 gr. wjlin laid I I held the rank of major-general on the '

,;. I had become reduced to 13 dr. 1O,C:'. on I I inactive list r-T---: : -:-- -- : Special
j. M. f ACISOH, J1L,
the twenty-third day. ? -- ---

Iii OrTIFI: i ; I POINTED PARAGRAPHS. t"t"S Seventeen

The black leopard has been Regarded
HOTEL BlsfA YHE.BLaf x, Avm. D. I Lot :
by many as a distinct species A A man doesn't believe in luck If he I

t IfiIAMhi:: F BIDA.. uralist In India however, repots hay-I, Is having the right kind. I Sale.

I ing recently found a pair of leopard The wise man takes a back seat and ,

DR- w!: B. RUSH cubs, one of which was black hlle the j watches" the fool butt into danger. -

It- I other was of the ordinary color, thus I Politician are men who try to save = J. : !:: '
Office 225-JJth street, 'Phone 8-&.; ., 0
proving that the black color W simply 1 i ian the country at Its own expense ... I:) .::r's. >
Residence; :08 Sth St. i iI = : :.oJ _
Instance of melanism &('hIs tendency i i A person can live on 12 cents a day- :a.i : r-

MIAMI. FLA. to blackness. It is sta
Q r marked in hut moist climates:! i i| The coming woman who Is armed :'iii : l "'t t1

r. w. BACKUS, ;! }| with a broom is but a little behindthe a-a : >
.A.R ",; '. ar. French engineers have .cjonvlnccd' going man. B i = = ;I

i Plans Specifications aad betalli Made themselves that the Mediterranean has I You can find the man you owe In Ii'C\ : i

for Buildings. of A'.l Kinds, Fine risen at least nine feet In abbnt 2.000 : half the time It takes to find the one Lrf A !>> !DGii.... P :
Besldences& a 8 laltl.OrrICK. I I .;..;. i.. .-.. ..".. :s ... ..
years. The conclusion Is baud on the who owes you <:I CIo... '..
1315.! '.-.nImz'D.Ir evidence of a submerged brl ge 3.000 As a rule there Is fire where there f S" ;; tiY .ecu1 s y d. .- y-: :. 1 Cl-SClo ... :
BCIoClo -
% feet long that formerly Joinedto Lencade Is smoke, but occasionally the smoke' : hq; : r :

J). :3D. Rogers: the mainland a submerge t mole In ;comes from a pipe dream. !;II :0.z: .: :. ::5.. '

= the bay of Amphlua at Itea ti kd a submerged The girl with flowery cheeks Is apt .; :, :. .- = :_ .sa.. :.
kodic a:
'a .. = I t1nrI dock at Rhenee. Thete works I to leave a little flower on the lapel ofa RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM THIS BUSINESS BLOCK WE : : : oho-:: : ..'' :

all seem to date from the$ Roman young man s coat at times. -CIoClo- ..
11 period. Too many women are dissatisfiedwith CAN OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE PLOT. WOxlSO (2 LOTS). : : : I Er : :
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lie!( ',G2 UtUII tQaa4 PIaW" -r- themselves because they: are wo THESE GO TOGETHER. BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS o g ., Y
D.rto.a. rsi WE HAVE THE FOL : : : ;. :; :
t..rs Ettlrlli erlq.......,.,law aI q 1M&M& There are bacterlaand_ bacjBrta. Dr. men. '. .. ClIIQ: : o... '.-
Ceut" rwwa.: Chat rin. a French physiologist baa Some men are born .diplomats and LOWING. E II st :.

1 J been experimenting on with some others are Just ordinary hypo- : i. : ; 1 i :
1 lot. 48x140/ 150.00! -$10.00 down and $t.OO '
monthly. '
C. DEOAIUIO. various vegetables rabt by the crites. : : : ': .. : 11I' :
WAL.R i IIN' moat approved processes he baa When a man haa a case of that S lots 60x140. $65.00 each. $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. : ; : I : Ilk

J shown that It 1s erroneous Id declare tired feeling" he also makes his friends 4 Iota 60x140. 170.00 each $10.00 down, and $4,00 monthly. : : : :: i .. I J !: ::-

ife"> : :teot.ri that the less bacteria there ale In our tired. Iota. 60x140. $75.00 each $10.00 down and $4.IM monthly, : 1; : r = :
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; I I dally food the better. What required 4 lots 60x140 $80.00 each. $10.00 down, and lUll monthly. : 3 r : :: :- :' w (= .:

building. II to weed out the harmful organismsfrom EXCURSION TO JACKSON\1LUJ 1 lot. 60x140. $85.00. $10.00 down and $4.UO monthly. : : : : w : 3f
'4Metropolia .
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J Room
The .
,. the beneficent kinds. rabbits S B' '
', I iciami. Fla. 1}-- : t : IJ
m ;< Sours 8 toll. '" ; fed on sterilized food soon died from : ;
The second annual 1 Trade Carnival : I : rr : ...
:! maladies set up by non-assimilation of tr It will be impossible to hold any of these Iota off the market-we t !- t-.

.;' ,; R..' : H.- SEYMOUR I the vegetables, but otnejj t. rabbits will be held in Jacksc.mvlllclurln!: the want to give equal opportunity to all, and every enter: accompanied by: first .: ;' 0: Er. i '

'i'l Attorney at Law 4- flourished on similar stertliiAl vegetables week beginning October 24, 1904 and payment will be promptly filled aa received. 'FBI ntuditad II
: the Florida East CJJN' Railway had : u
.. -s- I that had been afterward treated
N. ![ i with suitable bacteria. | autbrolzed a rate of one fare p'-.s I +

.. W111-tk'e: U aU tk. 8iau aid r....ral i twenty-five cents fa- the round t.lp.
o-na: PttreS afar MttatlM! CorpantUa,' Cannibalism to be ttnknown Tickets will be sold! for all trams (;-..- 1VLc I... :JS'r: Fl.BECS't7Z't'E

-r >tLatea.etlui a.r c- ,.a4 Pnubate Law appears afstate ber 24 to 26 Inclusive, mid for trains '
t ,,) omen rt..)CB.ndiii... XIA 1. TLLa among the lower animals tn of : 4. HA'J'CHE'rt': : SVI2.772NC3. :r riami '
; r of scheduled to arrive at JalJlvJn"Ilie IH> .
nature. In India some ,Instance*
ha i snakes devouring one another havebeen fore noon October 29. with final 'liiit : : : : : : : Florid.a '

;:mfte Ea le e3.FoirQairit =BathtShoe.' collected but It has beenjpolnted October 30. 1904. a.

y out that In every case cited the snakes The rate trom Miami will be Ul.:_! R.

., ;, : Vo Waitin 1 were of different species. This, It Is for the round trip. ,-- : I t tiI

: Best Service in tie City. declared is no more an act o| cannibalism J. D. Rahner Issues of stock shall be made u or- subscribing incorporators of said corporation I be used fa the ] -

", yt COL |r. lr pne'", than the devouring Unquestionable of sa fleld- Asst Gen. Pass. AgL dered by the board of directors. Any: I together with! the number of and tire department-cr" *fth -
mouse by a rat. cannibalism -
j J 3Q>Twelfth tTfet.... year In O portion of said stock shall be Issued the .hares of the capital stock subscribed 2nd. Ten
r.-' $ was noted some ago for and paid In capital stock of similar s
by each are aa follows: 1 1>
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY 1 In cit
.d when f : ybonds. to be due twenty nu.1t;
London menagerie, e pythonate
a
: :aeUab1.e corporations, or In property, the valueof I W. M. Brown residing in Miami
from
another of Its own kind fcut this FOR LETTERS PATENT. ; the date of issuance of nM VT & .
fe' 4l daat.Opticta*.. which shall be fixed at a meeting of Fla., 125 shares of common stock. j the proceeds of which ?. #
under the unnatural Imposed are to be asst
/ was condltfbna -
I ,W.CMAYNJ. RD by life In captivity. | the board. of directors called for thatpurpose I W. W. Blarkmer. residing In Delray. Iin the making and paving of atlWu, .a

Aveto,Lied U rosf Me*. Notice la hereby given that the undersigned Fla. 125 shares of common stock. ., not heretofore pared wtthlai the Wfl -

1i.'r Irartirij lid II THE BEST DOCTOR. I will apply to the Governor of ARTICLE IV. G. I*. Brannlng. residing in West i settled portions of the said city 0:bfW 1
.. Ousts : the State of Florida at Tallahassee I I I'amt Florida. I
Palm Beach Fla., 125 shares of
This corporation shall exist for the common -
"-1 zr Mesa, docks, Jifebry, its Florida, on the 25th day of October, A. I ,
> ; i r Rev. B. C. Horton sulPbur SpHng term of ninety-nine: years.ARTICLE I stock.F. 3d. Three thousand ($3,000) doBan: :
} I D. 1904, for letters patent incorporating -
Texas writes, July 19th. !< *; C. C. CARROLLThe Consolidated Fruit Company under I proceeds of which shall be used la the
used In my family Ballard's bnow Lint 125 shares of common stock. I j jU I .
;. !! 'li the following'proposed charter: The business of the corporation shallbe purchase of a chemical .igine
Syrup I sad
BomeliHke..pn; My list of meat and Horehound add the. C. Hardee, residing In Boynton, :
\\"m. M. Brown, F. A. ;Bryan,
satisfactory. conducted by a presldenta vice-pres- ter I necessary: fire apparatus for salsl: ,
< / City and Country Property cannot bet have proved certainly Th- j i Fla. 125 shares of common stock.
}.eaten.as to quality: aiu! prlcea. Come liniment la the best we hare ever uses iL A. Marshall M. C. ,Hardee, ident a secretary, a treasurer, a boardof J M B Lyman, residing In Lantana I dty. .. ifI
W. W. Blackmer
G. L. BranDing,
aad aee. Ton may money and for headaches and pains. The cougl I not more than thirteen directors, Fla, 125 shares of common stock. I fI And :that said election win be_teM, '
E. T. King M. B. Lyman.
future ntliis 1"". syrup baa been our doctor for the las the number to be fixed by the by-laws, B. T. King, residing In Fort Lander- :| In the city: of Miami. Florida on *

; .r 'J'I ] eight years" 25c SOc, $1.00. Sold b: PROPOSED CHARTER OF CONSOL- and au executive committee composedof dale, Fla., 125 shares of common stock I II I II I 24th day of October. A. a 1904. at the'

":....s' J C. RROLL Red Cross Pharmacy. IDATED FRUIT COMPANY the president rice-president. secretary I M. A. Marshall, residing In Fort Lauderdale I regular hours of holding election], d
Njitarj Public The undersigned hereby associate and two directors. The offices: of the office of the Miami Transfer Com.: '
i-- Kla., 125 shares of
214 An "r SIM...sad UCRD 1IIIIS. PERSONAL NOTES. l themselves together for the purpose of secretary and treasurer may be held by stock. common : pany at No. 229 Twelfth street ''aa4

'JCutroClprlano becoming Incorporated under the laws I one and the same individual. The directors ; that the Inspectors for said electing "
y'g of the State of Florida, for the transaction Wm. M. Brown, F. A.
Castro, the ]President shall be elected at each annual Bryan are named as follows: H. C. Badge

w feD NALD. of Venezuela, lives in a house built of business under ,the following i meeting by the vote of the holders of M. A. Marshall, H. C. Hardee '' C. D. Leffier. W. L. Keller and! theclerk
:
ty GEOdL. F.ngI1! ; entirely of steel. The outside :la covered Charter: the common stock only and the boardof W. W. Blackmer, G. L. Branning, I' of said election la named 1.
+ ., '{ laad> a tiiwtaiiy with a Kind of soft stone, and the ARTICLE I, I directors to elected shall at once E. T. King M. B. Lyman. Gramllng. -

i GROt*. FLA. Inside with lath and plaster Iso that The name of this corporation shall elect from Its own members all the State of Florida, :'i The ballot of said election shall read t
I'
the visitor sees nothing unusual. be Consolidated Fruit Company. Its ] officers and two members of the execu- County of Duval"I "Ballot for special election for the Issuance i' .

't ki jti.e. I Beit-Alfred Belt the South ,African principal place of business shall be' tive committee. The executive committee Before me, a Notary Public In and of bonds held IBs the City: el.'

mot .. ARaJYOU GOING philanthropist has presented the Fran- at the city of Miami, Flat and Ita bust- j In the manner and to the extent | for the State of Florida at large per- Miami. Florida, October Mth.,. A D. .

kenwall estate located twelve miles. ness shall be conducted In the State of ( provided In the by-laws of said corporation i sonally appeared W M. Brown M. A. 1904." ... 'o'

'r NortB tor est ? Johannesburg, to the government Florida and elsewhere u may be nee- j shall have and exercise the pow- Marshall, W W. Blackmer, E. T. King For bonds In the sum of Twenty; "!*"
for educational purposes. It rhu'an convenient ers of the board of directors In the '
etsary or F. "
A. Bryan, M. C.
Hardee O. L. Bran- thousand ($20,000) dollars for eityiaO.: =; -
THEL'oniSYille area of 3,000 acres and Is vayned at ARTICLE n. I management and control of the business ling and M. B.
I :
I5fc Lyman, each to me well Against bonds In the sum of twenty/j :
,
400,000.. and affairs of the corporation, and b
j The general nature of the business known
and known to me to be the thousand $20,000) dollars for city: haJL.. ,
W'tIne-MI1I. Wynne,wife J< the shall have the to authorize theseal
pf power
& Nashville to be transacted by thus corporation individuals described In and who subscribed I ALSO '
new Poatmaster-Generat, ls 01 of the shall be to buy, sell and deal In all of the corporation to be affixed to and executed the foregoing: i

: f Rail real best-known hostesses In W l ingwn. traits, produce and vegetables on commission all papers which may require It The barter and severally acknowledged For bonds In the sum of tea thoo. :
She Is a remarkably young-1 wo annual meeting shall be held on the sand! ($10,000) dollars for paying :
....Otters UfS Belle4 pass naxrli.,.rulre. ,' og or otherwise, to employ such 'hat they executed same ror the pur1xwfh '>>
,
streets
m t man to be the mother of ten iidren first Monday In November.' The officers :
Modem trains carrying Pull mmleepers agents and to establish agencies at such threin'expressed '
: but she was married when basely out who are to conduct the businessof Against bonds In the sum of 'tea :
,ttt>:-to-date *cbe s, free te- ;+ points In the State of Florida or else Wtr! ..s my hand and official! seal at I ''
,
/ I jof school, and her first long dress washer the corporation until those electedat thousand ($10,000) dollars for paring L i
f+2 Unlag ebilresr| *.n11( ilJn'nt- r rsi where as to the directors shall seem :he City of Jacksonville, Florida, this ,
,
wedding I the first annual meeting are qualified strfete. I S jac
gown. |
) between nof themiaod>mthern cities. I | proper. To buy, hold own operate, ;nth la:' of September, A. D 1904. j .i
Scott-Senator Scott of st Virginia shall be:: I : '
'; ; ,TIM ta.t dlnlnarlcaraerti e:ln the Wj lease, cell and mortgage real estate forte I (Notary's Seal) F. P. Fleming, Jr. j j ALSO ? J,..;
!. says that this la his last baUona: < TM. Brown President.W. .
1Booth.. L !I business offices, farms plantations Notary Public, State of Florida at For bonds In the sum of three thourand ,
; Tlckats via campaign. With the death of Frede- W. Blarkmer. Vice PresidentT. ;
t ; AHAgen i lien Through and fruit orchards. To buy, hold and I targe My Commission expires June' ($3,000) dollars for fire apparatus., "
( rick S. Gibbs and Henry C. Payne he ; V. Moore. Secretary. ,
," vote stock bonds and securities of other : II, 190- || Against; bonds In the sum of thre <'.
.. |L. & 1- has lost all of his old associates lu corporations doing a similar busl G. L. Brann'ng.! Treasurer. i]i I thousand ($3,000) dollars for fire appa b tJ""
National Committee work and he feel '!| W. M. Brown.V.. W. Blackmer.' T. ratus. .
.
For BaUst Schadnlsa Car urea and to make, contract of any LOND ELECTION NOTICE. f.
that It ts time for him to step aside V. Moor O L Branning. F. A. Brvan.M. I
rtasemtlori. Apply to j I character with such corporations. Notice I Is hereby given that on 8ep.. t y'A
'"" f it and let younger men take up the part C Ilardee. J T. Wofford. M. B Ly- ,i, tembtr 15th. 1904. the City Council ot .

z J. M./ Flemn| r. burden. I| I I ARTICLE IlL mao A. E. Parker, A. C..Frost. E. T. Notice is hereby given that a speetaJ :Miami.'Florida. at the regular session,i

::=-Aces*. Sheldon-Rev. Charles M. ( Bheldon !| The authorized capital stock: of said King, M. A. Marshall, and T. J. Peters. ;( election by the regular voter lOt Uu j thereof authorized the special election : 1

,) ..._-_.......ft. author of "In His Steps" wfl) read h i Corporation shall be fire thousand Directors; and W. M Brown W. W. ;, city of Miami, Florida, who reside 11'qJd of bonds u stated In this notice ,and '

cries of short stories to his ebngregaUon shares of common stock of the par Blackmer. T. V. Moore. F. A. Bryan, city, and who own real eataU by resolution authorized th. undersigned ._

: :. 1."I ii"f'lll'f'I'1 1'1' la Topeka this fall anti! winter value of ten dollars each, and five hundred and M. B. Lyman. as Members of the thereon and who have paid their tax committee to act In. regard to:,the ...

:: J. 111 Ffieais cl Ort iliel Labor. It has been his custom to begin reading I shares of preferred stock of the Executive committee :or the PUt year due thereon, to aa- railing of said election and that 1 the ;i

r, ,r r.Ip.dfotty :repeat: that an original serial story In the'fall anc: par value of one hundred dollars each. ARTICLE VI. 'i, 'horiz. the city: council of the City: ofMiami. object of said election Is to determine '. r

1 fw I, ... to 'close It before the end of the j*ar. Ho which preferred stock shall draw dividends Florida, line bonds Leanly whether or not the said city If Miami. ." 4".
,- 'poa entering any believes the short story will ke mor. at the The highest amount of indebtedness 'nterest not exceeding the ,
rate of six per cent per leral rat Florida, shall Issue bonds In the sums 'y
.'. mate[*".parehue' jyov kindly his. popular. MEdlsoti annum, sad aa mow, when earned and or liability! to which the corporationcan of the State of Florida for the follow- i i end for the purposes herein named.J. "
-. the clerk to ehow you '
w. ask -Thomas A. Edison U no declared by the board of director At at any time subject Itself shall be :ng purposes and the following amount 8. Frederick. Chm. jtr

; UaloaiCard.1\ aodable In his habits but he''j likes to least ten per cent: of said capital stock: equal to the amount of the capital to.w't: 3. E. Lnmmus '

', '$r f I pALm- entertain sdeatlfle men. {t than be subscribed and paid In before stock paid In.ARTICLE I 1st Twenty thousand $20,000) dot P. W. Haba. .' >.

s ''lufiiQCfcrWlaierMtloiua( atf MlamL i Clarke-Sir Jerroise Clar telor Ans- this corporation begins to do business VTt ,liars la bonds, payable: twenty yean Members of council eooititaUag .

Qi. trc la. owns the largest sheep1 i fanch ti. and other payments thereon or farther The names and residences of the i I from date of Issuance of said bonds tt thortxed eooialttam : "

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t rs. ,I._TOWN I TOPICS.i 1 1K 1w I I"UTG"INSONtS HOEFER'S BREAD/

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'. .1 INVENTIONi. ; t ONE MilliON

Passengers sarijing here this I morning ; ; HOEFER'S ,

and last night* from Jacskonvillc i., ;i neighbors about EREADHOEFER'S

,, and points above-reaite harrowing reports I II

of deatM and destruction,: In this I J. C. AlM>rneth ', of the Biscay Never sours u

t. city and section [that were rife there. Drug Co., of iUl city, has Just reeeiv ; Dollars are being spent in privateand BREAD /' dries out. :,

One passenger, sayp that it was rumored : the State agency for M. R. HutchlsI

: r .In Jacksonville that Miami had been I son's Invention for the deaf. i iI .. public enterprises in o Cents

W11 from the ace of the map and | Dr. Abernethy and Mr. Hutchins n I

:, that i hundr d or more persona baa were room-mates at College at Aubutj Miami' They take it. Try it once.

1 been killed.\ "People eagerly sought Information 1! Ala., and made the first dry battery : Vigorous 'i

< of the telegraph and railroad for the model 1 of this Instrument. r. x

officials but u #Jhe wlrea were down i Abernethy saw It used on two d f : And Cakes are the BesJ:

:no information could be- 1Red. and Kid dumb mutes and says they cod The United States Government has a large force of _

',J \ many" pertons saving relatives and hear be and Mr. Hutchinson play string I : men working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic I -- ,

:t < friends here were dlsti acted with fear 'Instruments. tI I
j : dredge can be heard day and night as it works its I II'
-for their safety -j!The same passengers I Perhaps no living man of the age tot '

I ./-%report the delayof the trains' due to I M. R. Hutchtn+on, the inventor of tie. way out! of the famous Biscayne Bay to the greatAtlan.ic' 'I Watches Fit for a King. |
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several washontsjat Fort Pierce, Stuart Massacon and Acoustlcon. has jecelvtd I' : [t. "

I" and other plaeeralong the road. Train ,'the honors that have been bestows\ ,

: !! crews are at work repairing the damages upon him. At twenty-seven he bad I I If f you wear our watches\ will aIv.'a'sbe '
THERE IS NO CITY IN THE SOUTH THAT HAS HALF SO BRIGHTA you ;
,' and all train. It is believed that earned a recognized position in tie '

; 4:r scheduled wiu have/ beat resumed\ by scientific world; the next year fouipd FUTURE AS MIAMI. WITH THESE CONDITIONS EXISTING DO I on time. r

1 tomorrow f him at the Court of St. James, where YOU \VONOER AT THE RAPID GROWTH OF THIS FAST DEVELOPING --- -------

;';j'i'':. he received from Queen Alexan
tf The tug Wm| F. McCaulev. which I ,Personally, a gold medal inscribed "'y o for is
our price
st
.towed the Rosg chlwl dredge to this M. R. Hutrhin on, from Alexandfa. THE TIME HAS COME FOR YOU TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN O

b( :port from.Savannah, has aboard and : Queen. as a reward oLnierlt for sclfatific i INVESTMENTS: THAT WILL BRING: YOU A HANDSOME: PROFIT. I

!,!' ,In service two curios. and souvenirs, that Investigation and In-,ention." *e : $1.50. .

I are prized s* almost Invaluable by herofficers" age.of twenty-nine ftnfa him occupying
{ the unique position of an lnveBtOtat' Look These 1 ::1
1;:' and rref and which It would at

1 wr .take a large sum to buy. One U a I the head of J I
aireD whistle taken from the,: Spanish company bearing his name, and cqn- I
1MS eftc- Lots In whet will be in a few years the fashionable quarter of Miami, from .
:cruiser Almlrante Oquendo, which was : suiting engineer lor several large :

sunk by the American fleet under Admiral !i triad concerns. f i f.lUO.OO to $ '1O,00 each.A I-ailiox' 1 \-..ize nickle u|>en-ace $5.00

Schley off Santiago, Cuba, and The Jfasaae'tin obtains Its ruratfvo i :. Ladle silver
th "-room house near the center of the city for $2OMr,0. This prop open ca.e 5.00
which fell Captain : effect by the projection of Implnll g I.adict..ize filled
,: to Avery, who was gull hunting case 10.00
;'. erty cot, fists of 24, lots and has a number of bearing fruit trees. f
master of the dispatch boa Clnthla.during electrically produced sound wata 1t.cize< gold filled 15.00

the war.sjlt is a monster whistle :I I which have a stimulating aid permanently One ;--oom house and lot, |1 800.00. I l .ize gold filled ISM

f and according ,to Captain Avery C&JII f I revivifying effect upon the tiu- The greatest bargain ever offered. One 1 1-10 ct. blue! white diamond t
( bouse and lot for 16500.
One only
maD hearing a-pparatua. -room 12,300.00. i
make a noise both heart rending and

e Year piercing. 'The other curio; or sourenlr I The ear Is divided Into three parts. One large residence (new) which rested Ir.st year for $;00.00, for fourmonth' :B:. T. 'VVE3A.: : .T .E .

are the :iompasses off' the ill- the external tar, the middle .ear |end ,
Is for sale at 750000. -
'fated steamer City of Savannah. of the tbe Inner ear. That_ part which Is Risible I
-E
.!4 Ocean Steamship line, which was is knowu as the outer or externalear PROPERTY WITHIN EASY DISTANCE OF MIAMI. ::1

.t *;wrecked off St| Helena on toe South and extends Into the head as :far : Hinson House .
.
,Carolina coast f few years ago I and in as the ear drum.. The middle ear a( a One 20-acre orange and grapefruit grove (bearing) for 350000. II I

.,::whJch: 'leYen1jP"n were lost. Both cavity tilled with air and In this Sixty acres, one-half plantel: in citrus mIL! all bearing. ,
Newly
Furnished In
new location. Rates $ I.5O per day
:;of these curios, Captain Avery prises chamber are the ossicles or small bones 30-acre orange and grapefruit grove. ___ SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th St. Miami. Florida
i known as the mallet, anvil and atlrfnp. I
I
value i
.torond i 60-acrw of good ridge land. $20.00 per acre.
These ossicle act conjointly, like ,the -
One ot the greatest investments ever offered, which consists of a bearing --- r .
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N ". TO PROPERTY OWN)!:RS. :links of a chain, extending across,the ( .
{ 1 I middle ear from the ear drum tdUhe orange and grape fruit grove, pineapples; and tropical fruits. This would ,. I,
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: Tbi'time r. O1'al' window, whIch In turn conrrts make an Ideal country home. Investigate! i
c) Is!j101l' .at hand j when all
with the auditory nerve. | Come and See
Us
citizens should' clean up their premilses A 42-acr pinery for $1,600.00

y, ; and especially sidewalks, and in Sound entering the ear, causes the On Elliott Key and Key, Largo we have property which is low Once,
first of these small bones, the millet,
>very way sad the authorities to maln- but will greatly increase In value In the very near future. Opposite the Postoffice.
to strike on the second the avU,
4 I which In turn acts upon the thlyd, the Let us tell you about it.SPIERS,
city., There fie,an ordinance for the
syrrup. The inner ear, which la Separated
keeping of sidewalks la repair which OUR STOCK IS
from the stirrup by theival i
.means that they shall aI-t. be kept & MERCIERReal Full Line tf Hardware
window, la filled with liquid. |ti tiThe ;
clean and In | presentable condition.
; NEW ,ANDCOMPLETE
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function of the ear drum la neesesarily SASHDOORS -
: Hie authorities are doing al they can and
.. that of a sounding board,!but Estate and Insurance Agents I
tD-
7 this matter and I earnestly request
,.., also acts a* a partition between?the '
all property .owners to give ins all aid Box 177 or 1200H Avenue! D. !: FarmingImp'emen
outer and middle ear, to keep the ,
;possible In this respect andavoid' thenecessity fold .. FLORIDA.000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
; MIAMI. PAINTS
air dust etc., from the delicate yi 8
and nmlllatloa of| being notified I Prices are Low
tory mechanic of the middle ear. 1
'. by the cjty marshal that the law I ..
air, reaches
Sound, traveling through -- -- -- - -
'': ; ut: be complied with. A little work,I
the ear dram and cause It to vibrate: .

t r -pr1dt. and Interest Is all that. the vibrations are commnnlcatft to O '. O) J. WsMNON'!
wz ., is necessary W keep the sidewalks and DEALER IN

";; premises; in a;presentable and sanitary. the chain of small the bones middle, over ear wplch t the o 0 H STILLEY MEATS, ..aTIRiADsEGGS; o)
', ''' .. they travel across .
: condition. :. O A)
": I oval window, which pulsates and Cliv- Good Delivered Free.,; 1- ; 1
' 11' WAHN. 0)
<: r era its vibrations to this liquld!? are O -- ,
t Ch ratan City Street-Corn.I 0 @ ;- -r--'-- ,
'J.:: ... ;t I then transmitted to tbe auditory n rve, @u'.u.0000000000000, u..! Xro Handle the '
i I It' brain. ----- I
d and thence to the |
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--;. NEWS. I The Macsacon Is operated by t4eane crop as does Mr. Brackett Mr. Clark I IDEAS ON ADVERTISING.From ''

r. SATE I of electric batteries, or, where $ direct Is now In Florida. 'Oliver Typewriter. :

buyers current electric light riraSt! la I| ( the Journalist.)
Orange have been jquletly at WHAT BRACKETT SAYS: I I

"; "'York.tn. Len county, until (there now obtainable, connection may be }made Just as a traveller consults a timetable :
will be
j. Clamp 'R hen I say that the crop
.remains
.that bare nut been sold o"|the trees. IlIOCket. no knowledge of electric" be .. so a woman consults a store's advertisement -
Mr. Ur ckett, "I mean for tbe fblip
It.has developed that the crop of Lee necessary to successfully"operate before starting to the store. I : :
county 1s the earliest and sn'eet' in the I lit. J entire yield of the State. Last year 1. S.C.Cza Because ,It is superior! to all others. '

i 1'- of the ibraUons :believe that it was estimated' that > We are selling their, too
The force and rapidity because
State, and buyers. this I picture the big store from
s a the [ realizing had of 2.150,000 boxes, I you
Florida
a crop our price and terms Iii
three are It
means: tetra
:after Is regulated by easy. you 1
investigation have come here to a small advertisement Does the one
fever which regulate the or thereabouts In some sections new i want a good machine! let tell .
all first the us yon ,
,get the fruit they caoj It seems ever suggest the other Do your (
r in and the will
have ,
oV the groves come crop .z about the -
of current consumed I
that a large';percentage of the fruit in amount store's advertisement give the readeran
exceed last year's yield in those particular -
the*upper counties Is russet while in Instrument; second, by the adjustment adequate Idea of your store's Im- t OLIVER. ki
sections about 20 to 25 cent.,
per
the bulk the of the face'of the ear-piece1 from 0 to
t /Xe county of fruit is portance or of Its size?
I ,aright, TM trait here Is atoo acknowledged 24; third, by the small dial db the but other districts show a loss. Manatee ItI-'I .

back of the ear-piece, ranging Pom 0 county has fewer oranges than
to bejhvIn advance of the To make
crops.elsewhere your poorest business das
will
uA.t bad last year, and St Petersburg
4
30. It will be readily seen the
lit maturity. This accounts to
month
: this best
as good as your business -;i
The of the
not ship as many. quality ,
for the great rash of Lee trait Instrument can be adjusted to fit all
county day last month, make
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your poorest
Is fine, and Is j .
fruit this much I.
year very i
-v :'to market the past three weeks" and in conditions, .480 changes being possi- buslnes',, advertisement this month as good A machine shop has been added to
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the past Meek seven thousand boxes ble. | I! and as big u your best advertisement our large establishment to'satisfy the
;have been lent to market There Is Explicit directions aecompant each last month. s.
I demand for a Brit class Repair shop
the would like It to be. The ,
. ;-another, reason1 why the buyers have'Jieen."attracted instrument to that it can be qrdered growers j et
for AUTOMOBILES and OAS ENGINES
do not to be taking hold. ,
buyers item .
: shipped to part of the world with ,
{here. Thai: fact thatthe.trait any '.
That Is, I mean by that the operators t "Brownla<< picture of the diver I and that depvrment h In 4
eak the that on receipt it canbe 1
'; .. be loaded'right Into the assurance who make business of shipping to tbe I!when a beggar he prepares to plunge; I charge of skilled machinists. We are
operated successful]ft and
cars here, ot being transferred just as !
instead northern markets are not busy. They : when a prince, he rises with his pearl"might at your service.LOFTON.
-to steamer*; has removed 'one of the advantageously as if the user had received I
almost paraphrase the
caseof
their for their slownessthe I
give as reason
+ greatest objections that the Layers personal Instructions. It;measures I
; the occasion, merchant who
In handling fruit from Vx7x4 inches, and weighs tilt five apathy which now prevails among' .-
had hide county. '
"plunges Into and
publicity"
emerges
I the northern receivers. Quite few
',./ /The nest fjjw weeks will tee: the bulk pound | with assured fortune. The time for & EINIG,
contracts have been made at prices
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1; :1 Ot this county's> crop sent to market Those who arc Interested l lit. these ranging from fl to $1.5 In the or- this "plunge' comes In the history of I Successors to Lofton &; Johnson. Opposite Post Ore Miami Fla.
'1iZ-f. .as several new crews have come in this Instruments should call on or rite to
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all Mon ,
? chards. Fruit at $1 on the trees is -and It may be here now for
;. ;.wek'and |ommenced ,.gathering fruit Dr. J. C. Abernethy, who wlllie; gladto your More.When .. "
: worth $1.40 f. b. cars at the station. .
. ... Most of the{trait shipped still continues furnish additional literature' bearing o. I I . Get Your
But the outlook all through Florida Is vI
.1. "to. be dlstrbuted In western markets, upon this subject.ANOTHER 4, a merchant bU8. bolt of J -"
for a prosperous season. While business I
: and this Ia'tle good feature of the alt- cloth he Is not satisfied with the wholesaler's
U a little slow in getting started I
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ff.iut10L Before Thanksgiving the assurance that It contains a
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crop ORANGE ESTIMATE.E. I
this season, the shippers have come
yof oraages from this county* will have greater number of yards than any bolt I ;
very fine fruit and expect liberal profitsfor :
:oj! been marketed.tj I In the market; he expects to know hqw
: )fro Booth's I books show that 6.501 R. Bracket! Says Florida YId Will the year's work. I
many yards it contains. When he buys
'boxes'of oranges and 1.780 boxes of I Not Exceed 2,000.000 Boxii. <. WHERE SHIPMENTS ARE GOING. 'advertising( space he should not be PASNTFTZ.Sp.x

:- >grapefruit-liave been shipped the past I i I Io..t of the stork already shippedhas content with the assurance of "the I School's i''

wtek. This added to our!previous re- "I don't look fur the Florid range gone to the southwestern markets. greatest clrrularMon In the city"-he I

*' port of 1.71 boxes, bringing the total crop to reach 2,000,000 boxes tlBs'yeai, New Orleans hen taken a good many should know the figures.

" t r for the s*i on, to date to 17.MS boxes. and I am pretty certain that ltill not I of the oranges of the early pickings I. I I .. _II .- 'j

For the 'same date last.year the ship- come within 150,000 or 200,000 boxes of and the Texas markets have also received The Vnlted States receiving ship _

meats were Z.787 boxes.Port Myers last year's yield" said E;'R. Crackett.of i quite a lot. Cincinnati Chicagoand 'lar-ooek. caught fire In her coal bunk- : ,.... hAI

"Pret* the! E. R. Brackett7 Compafy. who I St Louis the past few weeks have ers In New York Monday, and It took I I II

;' ;;'\' returned lat weekalter, a fonf weeks' I been the distributing; points for a num- the firemen several hours to get to the II I

';- ; After tie village officials.had brer trip through the State. Thus Mr. ber of shipments out of Florida." fire! and extinguish it. The cause of PIeRCe & HARDIEatMt : "I
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4 nerved: with an Injunction workmen attempted Brackett aim UP'the situation : )Ir. Brackett says that the grapefruit I the fire is unknown. atSmith's w',

&* 'tj> connect the. Oneonta throughout the State after making a I crop will be greatly increased and that I

:t1l '} Richfield :fiprlpga Ballroad track with canvas of the northern, central and I his firm, beginning with this week Isi Crazed by drink Harry Bowles ot

,, :that:of-the ,utt ta' Mohawk Valley southern sections says the N.w York I i handling from one to three can a day. Brookline. Mass.. shot and killed his

"" :Railroad Jat Little JI'al1a.I1f.t Tn Monday Packer. This estimate Is somewhat !The grapefruit market In New Tork wife and a policeman last Monday. ...... -' :1

: and'< to prevent the.same the fire lower than has been made by, several was decidedly off this week on account After killing his wife he barricaded f" tint :It sts. :

t;' 'department. was tamed oat and drove other larger dealers. Mason it..Clark I lof the heavy receipts of''small sizes. himself In the house and when the police

t: off the enstractloa taasjwttb}' a line who U culte"a' heavy Florida orange Prices ranged from IL75 :to ,UO@S attempted to force entrance he

'of.fcoM. riot... only jprevmtM bytkt.tuntjteteio receiver, seems to hare about the same ,per box. the latter figure being for the fired on them killing one officer before BOOK STORE:

>:: effleen, tt tae law. optDlO I'on2lt extent of the coming.fanciest .offerings. I he was taken.
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I tfI H. M. KING '! I THE MIAMI, CONSERVATORY OF MCSIC ANNOUNCES THE ENGAGEMENT ''
I OF MRSXLII.UV. CARY OK DETROIT. MICH. AS DIRECTOROF
Edwin Helton.
I (Successors to ) :
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I THE SCHOOL OP EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Cnt-TURE. HER

Undertaker and Embalmer ;: THE UNDERTAKERS i LONG EXPERIENCE AS'. A TEACHER EMINENTLY: FITS HKR FOR THE -r .
WORK. ; -
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f 1300 Avenue D I MRS CARY WILL BE PL'EASED'TO MEET THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED -
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MIAMI fj Frank Cobb who Is packing orange Two petlUons In divorce were SUed 1 Kirk Munroe the novelist and author :I 225 T.rfft strut. FRANKLINCOLEMAN BUSH Director..

ALLY METROPOLIS.f' for Chase ft: Harney Is located at Zolfo. In the clerk's office of the Circuit Court residing at Cocoanut Grove, Is : l'

OCTOBER 19. 1904. I between Bartow and Punta Gorda for ibis morning' In the first case George I in the city today greeting friends. Mr j rttittttitmmmmnttnmmmmntrnmmrtmtmmmtr! 1 ;

WEDNESD4Y. the balance of the shipping season. Edwards through his attorney, R. Munroe expressed himself as much I
k MAO BCHEDCUB.I B.I gratified at the actions of the Law and
Gautler seeks Bei>aratlon from his wt Who is Your
Ira Blalock. chief electrician of th! Mary E. Edwards, and In the petition Order League formed at that place j Nunally's The
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5 Arrive tram tha North F. E. C. Ry. with headquarters In SL Prudence Gordon alleges that she cannot in opposition to the lawlessness at : ?

', J:00 a. SB. Augustine, and Mr. O'Brien, of thf lire longer with her husband Jesse Kebo, that colored settlement at that E CANDY Dtttggist =

same place are In the city today on alias J. J. Gordon and wants W. I.Metcalf I place. Mr. Munroe says that Kebo in Is Pure. "

anus.for tlM North- business. >, as her attorney, to produce the the past has been exceedingly disorderly J iE Biscayne I'

| .; *, a. s. necessary order that will release her but that the better element of the _
1li p.a. Mr. and Mrs., R. W. Watkins nnrsfc i race now have the matter in hand 3
from him.
A -.--. I and two children prominent people oft [sod that a change Is_already noticeable I IE Drug

'Chattanoogo. Tenn.. are among the new Mrs. R. F. Smtth and children, who The Sunday previous to the formation All of our Urujfs,
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tl TOWN. TOPICS. rivals in the city and will remain j have been spending the summer at of the league Mr. Munroe addressedthe Chemicals andpreparations

hen for the teason. I Port Tampa returned to Miami on the' colored people of,both the Baptist E This Store are y a

..*7 W. t ; .- II steamer Martinique last night and will' and Methodist Churches at the latter 1:: has the o. lrch. y i
One furnished room' for rent- Inquire Mrs. T. W. Jackson who spent the make their future home here. Mr. church pointing out to them the follies E 1 O u r methods

'p.; Eighth street.R tt summer with her parents and relatives': Smith, who has been serving in them..ards of some of their race and appealing to i SOLE are commended 3 ,

*if la the West and who stopped off al department of the steamer them to exert their Influence to suppress II AGENCY J. C. Abcraetke.. bv' reputable! .}
; ,Ill.'.u4. M f. F. tW. Qupm m. of IE physicians. :t, i.
I Palm Beach t oattend an Injured friend, Miami during the summer on the run the conduct existing at Kebo. '
LDelray, at* atnong the promlaeat vlsttors '
,returned home lat nlrht between Port Tampa and Havana via The formation of the League was the ::::;;

,,-.-'!'.. "la the dty" today.- -- ; I Key West, will return on the' nest result and he has great; hopes and belief I iTmiUiiiiliilUUiliiiiiiiiUliiliiillilllUliiiiillliHlllllli_ _.__.__ __nn -____ n__________._________ ___n .n___llUllll__ x '
'" Mr. W. R. Carter, of Leavenworth
'Etetavay'i- latest production can bel trip of the Miami and again engage in In Its ability to successfully cope
Kan., arrived a few dace ago to aaalsi with the conditions that exist there. '
Mea and heard at Bash A Safford Pino the restaurant business here.
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of Meredith
In the office Engineer; -
.<; Co, I the F. E. C. Ry. extension. Mr. Carter Remember the meeting of the Cemetery '
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I Two negroes hauling a load of hay :
;; Is a draughtsman and has previously Association next Thursday night.
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: The,dty council will meet In insular and dragging behind th/vagon a live
been assistant to Mr. Meredith.The This should Interest every person In ,
session OB night. j rattlesnake tied in the middle with a
I Thursday f
Miami '
", _-__ the cord, passed down Twelfth street and
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first Monday In November'
", An'attractive stony curbing li' ''being I I Consolidated Fruit Co. with headqnaiJ up Avenue D today at noon, the snake
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t-aid around trip golf grounds and parks ,; ters at Miami w 111 meet when the< making desperate efforts!' to release It- I

-?of. the Royal Palm.. HoteL :'cF.ert'r rT: be iwnred from the govjfraor self. Taking such desperate chancesas : :
1"4'" this with dangerous reptile should SchoolBooks
;; y I> I I and the hanks will iswie preferred a
J."D. RahneT asslttint pmersi pl- and oommon stock of the c:m-' be punishable by law as the streets
"i;. seager agent ef the F. R C. Ryj with : pLy. ol a'city is no place on which to ex- ,I II

headquarters jjn St. Augustine,j 'In in __ '_j hibit such a repulsive and shocking

,5 the city todayon. business..WANTED.Pear It ras re-o-ted tils mcr:ling that object. :I

." F"1r1r'er! lai'iewson., of the frelxhBicarlns .
aeecL Wilson ftKF : here yosfrjav a'ternoon nortbj Yesterday O. H. Stllley purchasedthe

:11'iyLt J 1 bound, has his flnsera: badly mashed'' Phillips meat market on Avenue I
> thfrnrlne ft near Second street, and will conduct I ANDSCHOOL
about Fort Lauderdale while oiling;
':Mr. and Mr.R 'Tousey.'! of Cocoa- acclden the business hereafter in his own The Hudson Bicycle.-
of
The dHsl's the |' I SUPPLIES. -
ant Grove returned home this, morning could not be obtained. j: name. Mr. Phillips expects to leave tomorrow i
-fromUa.: north and: west where: they !
4 for Tampa where he will probably Tablets. .
** aavs been spending several weeks. I It Is reported that one of the wMU "5 follow the meat business on a I j I
CompotiUofl Books
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demimondes of North Miami nu beeT much larger scale. While here Mr. I i I Is Built to Ride. a
EL iL Oarfunel. a I prominent, Key Peari Boxes,
| notified that she is heir to an estaU Phillips formed many friends who will I I
i The choice of because it is
r boa.frtvm I : professionals,
ts Inpthe dty ea Pests Pencils
routel sad
rt;Wester. in Canada valued at 17,000. the same to. regret; his departure but who extend to ,
.< a buslaen. and pleasure trip; ,la be transferred to her keeping January: : him their good wishes for a successful States, the Best wheel made.

t.!4- the- aorUL I>1-! I'14 !at. It is to be hoped It "oal fc.ult venture. Rulers, 1905 model, $45.Don't .

;. :. .j- .t J in debauchery being retouched h.it ..tlatts. Inks, Etc. "
.. U;you want printing done la the Jesse Jones, colored, who was arrested -

j llgbc war and:at the right time bring and Incarcerated at the last term Second Hand Books Taken

CyottT; .,order' \ to "the: Metropolis I omep.I :I It has been decided to walt another I Of the circuit court for falsely testifying I in Exchange. .i Throw\ Away\ Your Old Tires.

week belore trying to un kenrice nt as a witness in defense of his
The lanitcb'lara was hauled bat on the Baptist Church as the work of 'brtoher who was on trial and who I \Vecatu\ulcarizethein and mat.- them r

Root's ways this mornlngj' the Laving{ pur- painting and cleaning up cannot: very has since been in jail, was rearralgnedthis THE : good as new.Ve are the only people
Spose of rellnln"g ber)shaft and ,
K other._ Improvements, sadeOCR .., well be completed in time to use the morning before Judge Jones and RACKET STORE. in Miami who \ulc.mi/e Tires t

r*r.*,. L ___ j : building next Sunday. The carpenter allowed to change his plea from not
Or')4E i work will probably Le done this weeK guilty to gmlty. In view of the fact An,,M D. near W. H. C1IAILLE A: SON.
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;.'.__ ) ROOMS, FOn RENT and the painting the early part of next that he had been in jail for several Iprow. Ot6c.--- --I frufirietitix.Take
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ApplJ Room 4 1 Hatchett BuLIttnw : that The Hudson Cycle Co.-
,' ''' 11 1.J 1.-- week. months. Judge Jones considered he
; : I .. been punished enough and sus
,The, third Slonday in November the I Edwin Nelson' has di'i>o.e<: of his tad sentence with the advice that the Big Boat. 5 1005 Avenue D, Opp. Ullendorff Block Miami, Fla.
La"e \:ortb.'lne.apple ee
River
,ndlan kind ; !interest in the unde'taktgY Dullness to will be wise and safe if he speaks aooooooooo !
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Growers Mr. W. F. :Miller *iio will continue It,JheCustody.truth in the future. This Jones I '-- .
3'at Jensen. I alone. Mr. Nelson has also Just bought,j fipromUed! to do and was released, from
'a lot on Seventh street on which he i The CLYDE will make regular trips
The Ladles lid Society of thud;Firs dally to the Beach, leaving; the Stone A
'I will at once build build a factory building I 1
Y K. Church fwfll meet Thursday at- where woven wire springs and mattresses -I H Dock at 2 00 p. m., landing at the new Youngs' Pharmacy ] x
;:.teraooa at 4 ,.o'clock In the Sunday ferry dock Juct north of the jetties
I will ,be manufactured quite exI BUSINESS. LOCALS.W I
School room. | where Is frrnished for
__ __ tensively. Mr., Nelson contemplates. every frUIty I
'f'x' FOR BALK.I- CHEAP. building a residence on his grove places!; ._- good bathing and the Beach being entirely f Y

OPEN WJHTER, 5 by IS FEET. on the Orange Glade road. fi Headquarters fancy groceries, trattt cut off by the training wall from I A complete and carefully: selected RtocAVe: : bur. our Iruz.. i ins
tor II r.. at Wilson It Flies 7 the treacherous current from Norris I small quantie.. and often. M> we can\ alir\ '" hone them fre.M and
river. Apply
this use on
L Just the Captain Charles Thompson of the I,| Is your sewing machine out of order Cut InUt there is none o! that undertow i tsre. Our cu..tomer..get the beneht of thi.. aad are al\v uj .th.6ed
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Bas I while combine the beach'syesterday { which makes sea bathing so dan
Barracuda tet W. L.
Danghtry repair It I He t e BdtUt 3rinAs ana
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r A' force of Workmen under Captain for wreckage picked up ten :knows how. 1005 Avenue D.LLUU'OONSERYATOR gerous. i .
1.a1ae. began work eases of kerosene: oil Intact and In'! : No channels to follow coin over; no
f Ross, ot the yacht
!this mornlnc >repairing and rebuilding good condition. He brought it over and I!f BIC.) FRANKLIN COLEMAN! OF BUSH I UU long walk: after :you tt there and I : : : jrom Jainti t. : : :

'the Pal dock which was{ (stored It at his boathouse after which
Royal IdamiltRed
1>T ttot siorm.* The repairs will he returned to the beach In search of j;I;DIRECTOR' 225 TWELFTH STREET ONLY 25 CENTS FOR THE II at the soda fountain. Special cream and sherbets Saturday r
Captain afternoons and eveamjju. We want your patro.aage and
wreckage. I .
:lw completed this week other that TbomplOn'l f y'MONET, TO.LOAN Apply to Dad always endeavor to hee that jon get the best in win y
that the report ROUND TRIP. Outline
# __ i says I I County Security Co-, U. V. Drawn alt I
11 hare a f4RI Bargains for the strewn with lumber thrown overboard ,, B. Shaw. 4JJ Twelfth street i
_MMaker la]both city and country.C. by vessels encountering the' gale, III!, -; I PersotasAtteatio.. Avisue 0. T.s Dan .Nartt tl fist Office

.C Carroll the Hocaeseekert Agent.la mistake a.. the beach'It nnnsualry |!I.'Needle for an kinds ot sewing I tive t. afl pracriptJeu 1 f. E. YO |NGS. :: FROP.! r

.><* nt;Avettu. Dl:betwetjC a Second 'clear or such wreckage after sach a tto- I}t &mest* W.L._ Daaghtry, 100C$Avs- [TAKE THE BIG BOAT.'I'
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'aat_TUrd tretti.j; l'lent storm and but little is being" ftwai i II..hMD. ..... _. _' _-.i--!,.._ 'I'

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MrJJJDorsey, from Lemon City, was F '

'in ton yesterday on business. order to keep ahead of I Portion of Dade County. Superb dining:car serviceStop ;. '.1

thus
ct! : ? | our orders. All has
IRes' Pickeas was up to Lemon CIt) -
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yesterday afternoon on business. been brought abot&; by overs, going and retaining;: ?;
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r I So many Inquiries are directed to able as In any section of the country,

Scott's the satisfaction \vhicfi fol- the Metropolis by prospective settlers and far more so than In most at Atlanta Knoiville ionisiille =
Miss Maggie Rogers, Mrs. Asheville
1 work. ,
lows our I or homeaeekers concerning conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE. ,
niece; Is still Improving slowly.'Thi '
existing In this part of the country Miami possesses all modern conveniences and
I principal North Carolina Monntaio !
k school at Lemon City was very if and the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization as electric lights Resgrt

k V *, ..well :'attended on yesterday. I II i. thereby has become to heavy I water works, sewerage, telephone sys- See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the world) Famous: !
> I I that we have attempted In the following i Item free mail dellver.threen..papers Blue Gras Region Lexington and LouUville. .
We make Pants t6
i I your article to summarize such infor- two Js3
national
banks one State Free ,
W. M. McCarther, of Jackson- ; lining'chair; cars and *
Rey high;;: ca;; day ei-a, "'. Thrpujfhj
mation as II most Important and toan..er bank. etc. It has miles of beautiful .
e Tillels expected in on the Key West measure from Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville to St. Lou. :
I the questions most frequently streets of native white stone. It Is i
Folder, .
boatfReT. rate ,
a etc:, cheerfully furnished
ny asked. It U hoped by this meaaa that practically the terminus of the Florida upon application. \'
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; It I 4.50JUP a sample copy of the paper of which East Coast J. C. Lusk District R
F. A. Hamilton, A. B.,the Railway, for though an extension :- Passenger Agent.: ;F-
hundreds are sent out will In most of the road has
faded to teach on recently bees -
1 ioS"VV.
Lemon: City teacher, BadSt? )Jacksonvi !e. Iooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo -
the Intended bet- built ""
cases serve purpose penetrating the
r Monday, owing to such severe weather. farming lands
r 1 and a Catchy S r\t\ ter than a personal letter. Specific Information forty-five miles south, this is merely -0 -- f;

r Mf Claud Doraett Is still very much may be obtained by writing a feeder to the commerce of this city. < ooooooooooooooooa

Butler attends as low as | to any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks
t indisposed Dr. J. A. E CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY Y OWNERS E
ncUiarlY.I whose advertisements appear In this of the P. ft O. Steamship Company, j 1

and the best way to become fa- whose lines are
paper; operated to Key Westto
I J22.QOI If you don't waut to S.\",: MoXEY. l ;
we cant
mllttr with local conditions, progress Havana, and to Nassau.
Mfas Flobelle, a young lady staying Immense ]help you. If voji do. come to

{ in oiIe of Mr. H. R. Jackson's cottages Industries and .current happenings wharves. etc. are being projected to

Is very ill and has not been expecteu while contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly increased I

*c? to live for"several days.. *I! section Is through reading the Dally maritime business that must follow on The j. A. MCDONALD co. : .

= r f --- or the Weekly Metropolis, the formerof the deepening of the harbor, work on

: weather, We Guarantee our worksor give which win be Sent to any addressat which II now actually progressing. An AND! HIT: YOUR :
P inclement
a Owing to the : back the money you |: for it. I .
pair the rate of $5.00 a year $1.23 for appropriation of $300,000 has
h w' -. there was noes meeting of Royal Palm been secured Long Leaf Yellow I

:$ Degree Lodge of L O. of G. and D. J. A. WORLtY three months; the Weekly a large 19- from the Government for harbor Pine = 'I- :
framing
.of s. Only a few metj; but no bualDeu.t page paper being milled for tl-M a Improvements, and the Florida

a. ; ,----: Next to First National Bank year. East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to at $16! per M.

"u f x : lady that died I In1. on Sunday was THE: CITY OF I A.KL expend a like amount. Thus $ ooOOO .- :

1IOt-living at Mr. and'Mrs. H. R. Jack- .> Sprang oat of the wilderness eight Is now being used for this purpose and ,
; Boards
We sell kind
same price. also
} son's, bat at Mr. Jackson's mother's, yean ago the railroad having reached It Is a moral certainty that further appropriations Lime Brick [4 ], .

.. Uri Rivers. Magic City this point April 1a. U9C. Prior to this will be second until the Cement Sash Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else.a .

time one store whoa trade was principally harbor Is In a condition commensuratewith builder requires at lowest possible':' figure. '
I
;tr Vlss Annie Tanner,I, of West Palm DrugJ.A.BUTLER.Store! with the Indiana and a few Its Importance from a commercial -

Belch, cam down yesterday mornlns scattered famniea, eking oat a precarious geographical and strategical

winter j.8be, Is stopping livelihood by wrecking and the standpoint Importance recognized Ion Know Where Ie Are;=11th StreellJamJ, Hi.

?, atbsbotatt cf Her. 8, W. Brawn.Ber. : M. U. manufacture of coontie starch were by public men at the National Capital ooooooooooo

'I- Proprletorif the only evidences of civilization.: On and by all who will study the locationof
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B. r. Goodwin,. a highly re- July M, ISM Utaal was Incorporated this port and Its relation to Insuhr -

i ; Epected dozes of this county who Drags. Patent Melicinel Toilet"JLArtKles.Siniries. as a dty furnishing perhaps the only and South, American:: commerce to then Is thai a saving. of about 1'00an REPUBLICAN NATlON.\\NX! )'I

resides at., Lemon City. was la town P r'emmery instance oa record In which a fall say nothing( of the vast trade that acre which la the east of sh.4dlas'further : GRESSIONAi TICKET,, 'i
I
Vcfterday on bnslnesk H* reports lltu4 fledged city earn Into existence without must spring Intn tiitene* upon the l north. There are ten to nrlv :

- or BO damage done at that place. __ ml Stationery I first having been a town.. Three completion of i ..j Panama canal thousand plants to the acre and ta i For Presidential Electors;

&.* t\ -, Only 3>ru {Stora :Cojoifed Town hundred registered voters are requiredto A glance at the map will show the fruit brings in the neighborhood r C 1'. BCFTUU.GEa i

< 9. Owing i to the severity of the weatherwork coa.ATX S Angrim sjaxxr. entitle any community to be called most casual: observer the possibilities from SO cents a dosea for Red draw, I K. RonmsoN I

=: : bail been suspended on Mr. S. __ :__ _c a city less than that number constituting the future holds for the Magic City. Uh to 25 cents apiece for Porto Riots'' GEO. W. HOLMES.G. ,

r}r. Ward's cottage, and j also J3. Bowies' generally It Is only to change ItU a town. At a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. The percentage of plant fruiting d.;, A. W WENDELL*, ..

..But on yesterday work was resumed on Is easier to-spend somebody else's the purpose of Incorporation, three Miami has one of the best public: panda upon the car and Judgment *i., A. M. CUSfUUN. I '*

;45. I ,iii} Wanl'L'I'I''; money than to make your Own. and c:. -half months after the first schools In the State, embracing both erclse in their culture, some grower For Congress, Second Dlsti let: '- 'f
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8 I .:..-' Going to school seems very hard luck train reached Miami. S44 votes were the common and high school counes. baring succeeded In securing fmi' J. M. CHENEY. ?

8 :JUtUe i Richard Frailer' will leave till you quit It to try to eatjh a living. cast The phenomenal growth of this The buildings are Urge and well ventilated from 90 per cent of the plants la thsl- -

.setae time this week for Live Oak In- Half a woman's beauty Is mplexion early period has been sustained and there is a competent corpsof narleL REPUBLICAN STATE TIC ET.

.. '-. dittrte,-where he Is being sent by the and nine-tenths of her figure clothes throughout the eight yean of the teachers. A Catholic convent is to Lands may be uurchased from |S o For Ooverncr: ..5M.
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4 iii' C. Baptist'Sunday' School Convention. Borne girls are so modest they can't city's history. be erected this summer, which will: 110 an acre up, depending on proxln B. MaeFAHLANE

;I gain a few pounds without blushing POPULATION ETC. provide instruction for both sexes.: : Ity to roads and shipping point Go For Secretary tat State; .

: about It. I Miami has at present a resident population There are also private schools, a mu- lands on rock road within ( ml)"* ? JOHN F. HORR. ;

8 |Mr. 8. H. Whiten' a very Industrious A man ban: a bad temper when he Is of between 4,000 and 5,000. In sical conservatory, and art school so Miami may be had for ISO an acr. tax For Attornejr-Oereral: '

.J1'IUIC'.maD and a I local preacher In not proud that the baby can yell wIth the winter months this population Is that every educational need may be somewhat less than that sum fa- laq, FRED B. CUBBERL

yz Sooth Miami lost one and a half acres such healthy lungs. .i 1 augmented by the 'addition of hun supplied.' There are about thirty not Immediately on a road. The saaii For Comptroller:

$ bit blooming tomatoes in this rain There isn't any differ/nee/ In the dreds of visitors mostly of the wealthiest flourishing schools in the county. quality of land farther away Leon J. U SKIPPER.

storm.' There. are- others I who lost some, financial rfesult between *t man run- clauses, who come to enjoy the Every religious denomination Is transportation facilities can of eoursV For State Tr- earer: t

lint- not so much as be.'I I I'' ning for office and going pi the races. Ideal climate and the finest fishing in represented: and the following haveI be purchased for less. The land Is as E. M. BRFL3F.IRD.i: ), ?

Once thre was a girl sthat didn'tthink handsome For State Superintendent Of) PnbH4''
,' the world." To accommodate these I church building: PrwbyI promising In appearance to those ait .

r7Nlnnte'Fleldit:' wife of Mr. DavidFields she could sing, but Me got married visitors there are numerous hotels i I tartan Episcopalian, Catholic M. E. customed to the deep, rich soils pi Instruction: t it,

was taken jrery II] on yesterday right away and had children that and boarding houses, principal among i i i Church, M. E. Church, South, and other States being rocky and sand W. R. OTOEAU! '.

c and Mr. Hatcher was pent over tothe she<< thought could. j, Prim' immense ,, Baptist For Commissioner of Agriculture:,.
which Is the Hotel Royal an yet results can be obtained from ;!lfar > '
m- H. Frazier who left J. S. ROWL!!.Y. t' '
city|for vr. S. 300 feet
building 640 feet long, In excess of the returns reailzx .
'fir immediately for her residence over the SAVES TWO FROM EAT wide and five stories high with: accommodations SOILS AND PRODUCTS.The from the more fertile sections of th- For Railroad Commissioner! !:, TJ,

Miami'river.' I.[; "Our little daughter bP*I an almost for 80u guests, beside lob- principal Industry n this section country. Fertilizer must be used bo H. T. RITCHIE, .i 1 :Ii'
.:s For Justice of Tern
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bies rotundas dining rooms, offices, IB the growing of fruits and win- the returns Supreme Court for
: I fatal attack of whooping cough and I i I more than justify the u -
l I of Six ; :
\East ;Light Lodge' of G. U. O. of O.p' tcr for Years: .. %
vegetables the
; bronchitis" writes Mrs. 3V. K.: HaYl.I etc. It is set in twenty acres of trop- Northern mar- pendlture Involved '
meets ash usual 1 to-night at Barn I l''ket!. Tomatoes W. B. BvSHEPPARD.i m
I land of Armonk, N. Y., &ut when all :.dal gardens, beautiful beyond descrip form the staple crop,
People of energy and Industry &r.I For Justices of Court: ;}
irell's Ian. All members are requested I! y>.., remedies failed we Qived her life tion. There are several other hotels, !I i but there are large quantities of other heartily welcomed Bnprcnie ..
and the :
O. S. F.\RR.
in- COUDtrT.development -
r to be out Visitor? are cordially ;' New D Our smaller than the Royal Palm to be vegetables grown, such as tomatoes, I,
I I with Dr. King's -overy. ; ADAMS.J
attend. of Impor- I I being practically Just be I c. S.
fited to Business: I I niece who had consumptton In an ad- pure, yet larger and jrlth better service egg plant, peppers, beaus, etc. The
1 fall tb be out | gun there :s room for all to reap E. P. AXTELL: ,
:
tance.
(IDon' ,
I Ir vanced stage also used tls wonderful than Is usually found In towns of I planting season extends from about benefits which must c.
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ensue as the ---
medicine and today she in perfectly twice the size. At this writing an- .'October 1 to January 15, and the bulk II th'l ,
I Mr. {,. S. JBragss1 a worthy citizen of the suit of such development Capital REPUBLICAN COUNTY: TICKET.For ,-
i' .el." Desperate throatj cd lung diseases other five-story hotel is in process, of ,, shipments .are sent North from '
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} ouse1n! Colored [ own. .lifts a five- : yield to no to other Dr. Klng'-New med;tne on Discovery earth. The population is cosmopolitan every I: being practically no difference In the labor is in demand and well paid. .hM'1 DR. H. C. HOOD.] .j
under (the samejeover as ? | pte of moderate means who come For Clerk of
!| with a pajrch ; seeds the Circuit Conrt:4MORGAN
seasons be
namerr Infallible for coughs a(d colds. &(ic State In the Union furnishing its may planted or veg- -
bulldiok. When and buy a small tract or land make
,
With the main i i' i E. JCNES. '
i undo= !etables gathered day In the t
and $1.00 bottles guarfnteed by alldruggists. quota of representatives. An any yaac. -
"dandU will modest home set out fruit an
Completed it will be a trees, ) For Sheriff:
.. Trial bottles\ nirable foreign element is unknown. Vegetables are grown usually on the
'.' post tai' the neighborhood,|$8<10.i. I 2ree. CLIMATE. I I I prairie lands, whhlch are. free from while waiting for these to come lnt i H. T. FERRIS.For .

FK I -i.-i.Mrs. ; I | bearing, engage In trucking, are 'almost County Treasurer:
!: timber and are composed of kind of
4 Writing from personal experience: a
.i f Susie A. *ells. ]rife of sir.t Reports of the work accomplished by marl. j without exception soccelll'W'| JUNE M. RO\VLEY.
/ after visiting California and other sections j I
SMenryiWellg., of this city, left on Sun- the dredge \Vinyah Bay Curing the past where climatic conditions are |I i Fruits are grown on pine lands, j I And this success costs less effort thai I For Tax Coleetor;

r J'day' night for Cutbbert" Ga., to be at few weeks, are to the effect that the considered at their best we can unhesitatingly I' which are slightly higher than the In other parts! of the country, wfellt j J. I.VI ON. j%4w

;Jthe; funeral 'of her brotner wno died vessel has done some f exceptionallyrood ; say that Miami has the most I| prairies, and In thT.'J section very rocky the climatic conditions render out-dew For County Assessor of ''Tsates:,
Chicago Friday. This was work since her ar _val here. and work possible day In the D. L.
lID perfect winter climate in the United This rock Is a peculiar coral formation | every year HUGHES. .... .
r. only brother j hence -we know of the channel Is now In |i>od condition with the tealth benefits of such; atI For County Superintendent: of,Pn'
almost containing a great deal of I ,
; States. Cold Is unknown, even plant food, .
[ Auch|[sympathy to them. though the dredging in tftlng continued. I open-air life thrown In. At the sam Instruction: ;
grief. as evidenced the I .
:th : "( t the slightestn ;.win. very rare. by fact that In many '
'Pensacola the
[ will return about Friday or Saturda.j When the vessel reache 1 i time people who are enjoying health REV. S. MEHRICK.. s,
places, orange and other fruit trees
filled with lump, The warmth r' summer ::11 temf.rsd: are t
new channel was sod moderate success In their
s> L .. i|i to be seen bearing presentabodes For County Surveyor,'
'
y which caused the depth to be lessenedby by the coollr t< o frf1'11 the Atlantic thriftily, thoughapparently
-- '' bad better stay where they !j.re J. IRVING
several feet. All fi these lumps and f e highest to'ml'rature': standing on a solid plate I GORTON. ;
I Every one should carry an Insurance j There should be weighty reasons to lai For County Comrola".loners '. '
and recorded by Ui- government thermometer !I of this rock. Being of a pnrons or I : .
|'0( some kind, or-Jilin some secret order. have been removed by- toe_ dredge, months Is 98. 1: honey-rombed structure the roots of i I finance! anyone to make a move of sacs let Di.trlct-HARRY RICHARDS,'?
L
better during Uimmmer I
than
thojsh.! Insurance to a secret the channel is now In shape I Importance. People who hare mad j 2nd Dlstrirt-C. r.. HAIGHT. ,
.order it bee been for years J The dredge 1'S;: \l.TH I|I the trees are enabled to penetrate it I -
Dinky times it Is not possiblefor In'' .ind draw ample | failures elsewhere are not likely tb b. J 4th District-R. J. PECK.', :
I' however Is contlnutng work, ands The city ras among fie first sustenance from what ,
women 'to men lodges when the) very successful here. Intelligence an' j 5th DistrIct-WALTER .
| WALDEN
would
.' > In of health. appear to te a very unpromising -
the United St point
< In wld Ling the entire '
+' can join aa {insurance and will not have row engaged \ industry are as essential to good[for j For Members of Schoolj Board:'
:s
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channel and also in deepening it f-t There Is entirr 'rwtimn from malaria source. This rock by the way, .
to meet any order at all. The onlydifference tune here as In any other part at th' I 1st Dlstrlct-J.: T Z1GLEH.Jnd .
various points. The length of the stay and there are T o '"-prevail! <: diseases". makes a beautiful and durable building
Is that'you, have some one to I ) .
material globe.i District H. S MILLER. ,t
of the dredge is not J yet definitely I Those allmen'- which are Common to I and the new court house .
i
order .
the secret 3rd District
-C. JI'
alt wlti roof Iin YOUNGS.For .
UP i known but it Is anticipated that she I all parts of ''.. country vem to be and Jail, as well aa several residences I It Is desired to engage In genera
in the Insurance.
where bevea't any one Justice of the Peace2nd /x ,
you : :
I
< it : : nightat will be here for some" .eek.. If such here robbed i !':t"t. of th-ir power as in the city built of this stone are farmIng In the raising of wheat; con
, xs- But the time tales: a DI.trlct-E. WHIDDEt,
+ I I
will mace ni !,, is the ease the chaone&wlll be in such they usually f>rar In a mild form j much admired by all visitors. Tt also r oats peaches, apples grapes v >
:your lodg meetings 3rd District-Frank 1DNER.. -J'
something-a secret i shape that it will no need attention and rarely lece the bad effects which I makes th) finest road material In the ] other products of the temperate lone ;
:
for that So join! 4th DI.trlct-c.. PIERCE.: r
I | again for a number o years.-Pensa- follow In U.. wake. of like diseases. world, and Dade county leads ill other I one must cast his lot some hundreds o 5th District"W
order w an insurance.V J. GREEK. l
.Jf. II! : ; ; In the State In miles to the north, and coll .
< : cola Journal. oA elsewhere. S-nriet !Ever and diphtheria mileage and condition accept the
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: For Constable: / ,,
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t i- i i, i i'The ..*. unknown while typhoid of her highways. that is part of the legacy of land ''I'
best timepiece, an elec- 3rd District
world's DAVID MeCUNlv:
:' TESTIMONY OF & J1 1STER. fever i-i-..ly beam of. It I* a desirable I| The fruits cultivated are chiefly where the things can be grow* -
?
: : \ ;, trio clock in the basement of the Berlin fi .. 4th District. R. FUNK.: F
m!+e-trait and Neither Is this a stock-raising country .
/ pine for those suffering from oranges pineapples. .
Professor District
a. Observatory .installed by Cta -L B Burton, :
I
**. i''Foerster la 1SS5J lead has often run two Rev. Jno. S. Cox.of Wake Ark. lung troubles asthma, catarrh and j I Guavas, mangoes, avocado petra andlimes'are There !Is a "no-fence law," which Is. adv.

%"-, or tiree moc "' vwlth aa average dally writes "For twelve jlears I suffered similar diseases which are prevalent largely produced but being great boon to the settler of limit I

.deviation I of oalyj fifteen one-thousand from Yellow Jaundce] I consulted a In colder climates. Many persons attested Indigenous to the country, they thrive :means, and there Is very little UT

: + .i of a'second.' To t prove I even this mar- number of physldaaa. and tried an with these ms have come her with little or no cultivation. Citrus rtock la the county. On the pthc CUBES CHILLS< AXDJFEYE&tG. : .""

; vellous I .performance Tr the astrucomers lachaiie sorts of medicines, b*t got no relief. and have been eared or greatly bene- trees.requIre from three to five years hud If It Is desired) engage la th. <:,;;
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r \, :are arranging to place the air- i Then I began the | of Electric Bitten fltted. Of coarse this .to not the ease after planting to produce fruit. Pineapples culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, varlons W. WTirt. Nacogodocb.es, T.

tight glass ease la an underground : and feel that I an now cured of a la very Instance. People die here, as which grow on a plant somewhat tropical or semi-tropical traits says: "His daughter had chillsV

C d vault/securing freedom from changes :disease that had me ;to Its rasp for they do ...if- Uei* el.. No country resembling the cactus and whichare the growing of vegetables at the season fever for three years; he could not L

of temperature and air pressure. !twelve years" U. ton want a reliable has yet beea discovered where people propagated by setting slips or of the year when an other .garb anythng that would! help,' her tffl

i- REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. I medicine for liver and kidney eve tinman* from death and d1At --. suckers., bear trait la IS months after of the country are la the grip Of winter used Herblne. His wife alH! not ki .

trouble stomach disorder or pan Oat same-Urn. It may be tnth- planting. IB this section they are this section offers decided advantages house without It. and cannot say i .

V'ipsnk;? la time.saves crime. I.debility get Electric Blttera. Its ,.,.. fully said that the conditions tending growl te the open there being no ne over any other portion of tIM much for t." Me- Sold br Red

;, r-,;: em a'giri. (breaks aa engagement. steed by all drngglsta. Only SOc. o. general b.aithftilaese are. aa favor- acuity for protection from cold and Unite States. Pharmacy 4

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tirecker Paid 13 for a Ship and Bold Notice is hereby given that Flora G. COOLEY & HCfRNER
f D'RCTIVJ MAT 29,1904.
ji It tor I3SO.OOO. Simpson. W. A. Filer, George B. Wal-

Jo'. Daily to tb;last. ;:% lrortband WIOp ,-s t I I I yo.ltL f dron, Jeanette L. Brown, and Mary C.Walnwlght The Real
II.. ,: t tae.ille Estate and Rental Agents
e ;
loaded to
155 apldly being preparatory associate themselves to .
ky
7 L. lICklOll"Iu.- Fia
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_ w Jan .__ _. ,4 qI.(0.No. By KyVLa I IOS3PUOa f LT Jcsap, Gm_. ..._ .__. 80 Ky 104Pp sa illng for Sydney Australia, the four- form a Library Association, and after 12th Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Bank.
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_., Ar Muo Ga > Ky
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f..1. so. ByVArColuMfcUL.
.Ia ; n
v nArted bark Falls of lies weeks
steel Garry four publication of this notic
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' .. ea. Ky ,ao> A'AtlaBL..Ga.._ n. u ""o Kr &sia ,,
.Arttarfeo. _' f. _. !\o. Ky s b''I Ar 110..... o... .._.... MI By 1st* I a cCormlck'l elevator, Atlantic dock, will apply to the Honorable Minor 8. U_ _
o-nooro ..... ._... .. $o. RT it SOp Ar Dillon,loa SoRy 73W I II
r ; hMflle 1=0. R.. ? Ar CbatU'i >v I Ar Kr :lOp +
t l' 1 r'-'IDd Lexiufto D U.O"lo/ ... ... .. .l.Idt*>t> years of which Is as a submerged Circuit presiding in and for Dade
t I 1\uJUc'-Dd!\ 1o.1 G42p_ I... UlmliniflTo Big Your I e fop w&ck, eay. a New York special to the county, Florida, for the following charter
.-it. i A'Olll'&Co, III Bly Four 7.1'''' DOANE &
u" RAULaRSONl
Ar L7.Oaourtf OTtago Interocean. :
iI'I Uses U5p
P.
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AtCaarlcUe.vihr 'tup Clm-iumll. I IiMW""le
:!It { Pa Linn \ tieveral who had the termerlty
$o. a, 1O .p Arl'bh'.go.11I -I men ARTICLE I.
.::!t: M E4Kiaoro ........... I' JUI !i 1\ asp Lr ln..Iaualtu ... C H & LI
' .. I t(j raise the bark from the bottom oft The name of the corporation shall be >DEALERS
'Ml'l bllaaelp his. -._ .. I' K K Y 4. A r Cb k'.au. 1.1 I C H&l' 7 t7. I .
;; Ar I.em. Port .f.. I' K R I I Isots' Ly C'.dOl'\' 0 c H 1.1' j 4.1'I; }_! Pacific Ocean, where she had lain the Lemon City Library Association +
... r H t D i k lOa iA
'J W\ JH..-V.bl..IUII. sod Fonda L..bll o1./ Ar Tokdo Detroit,U 3ilt-h. t .C H 6 D I| 7't Sat a{!*reck for four years were made located at Lemon City, Dade county, _
&: DaU lackKWTlUr, Pullouui New Drag. Ypm.[ ROm t'1."laK l'r.A L.!torlnuatl O. .. J'.. l.me. KSOp II wealthy by the salvage buying her i Florida. Choice meats, Live Best Mea .. Choicest Poultry. '
1 to Polite Attention *
Ha Lmr 9 Oar
1' (
AjDnnburn < wile she w as still at the bottom for ARTICLE II. and dressed
"-i! .., !L. \:1..0..11, (> Big Four | ft a0rThro..h poultry FJ R iI' A EAT II E" T.s'CCHCIOf'S a
: !. J,\ '-Tb Und of>sky- 1'0.m ". "'<1. 0 Big Fuurt i iHo s 4i. |3t5, and selling her after she was re. .1 The general. nature of the business
u -
in" '. :- ym I Ioo IIIIf> I paired for S". (I.OOO. to be transacted shall be to establish
.I* Uo..Il!,. _. 4 ""'-. Ry I i fiB ArLiuiiHf. 6y q. a
Lv Ia..aaab 6a. so. Kr 1"\. AIM Lnll.. .. )1(1 F.o 1Y TkM 'She Is the same vessel, beam forMam and maintain a public library and read-
.
Cd..tbta, e.Cf ... ,. t.o Ry r.010... -- to c. l aAOLE1IOP Q
.ArA.beYlUeX.C _'< "' ......R I 113<'" :\0 '1-"lb Florida Umtt.d." D.l1y""Ud mast fort mast, that went ashore Ing room and to do such other things Co..ke ta..llaloe4 tb atest basi-
Hal epr/m,.. S.Ci: .. _...-*>.. R) ; Y np .....11&.1..1 I trainn through ....d:es and Pullman. I ofr the coast of New Caledonia the as may be productive of the education, Corner 13th St. and A\'e. D ae.s..... I. 1896
Ar N1'UIe.. YenD.. '* .... *H* Zt i, 'tJQ Rkrpiug l'ar Jickvmvll to :New Vor
Ar LouIa,111e.I!- Mo Ity'' 8\0.: .. --- Bench penal settlement in the Pacific amusement or improvement of its .
Ar....Louis.._ .o. ky I 411I.1' I I _
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ArCI.*l.P.tl. Ohm-t (1kC rl .. XORTB\\E"T. I "0.11 l'1t>an. twenty degrees south of thetator members or the community in which it .
v"-)Ie..as-Daily trulinsrn; Lbws Vu:-Room ..;.sbald I nearly eight years ago. shall bp located. and to buy, sell, lease,
aiceplnfWorld's Car betwrea Jar k.\.ll1e sad LY jck-onMllr. FU no h) W'p8R I I
"N K I 10 > with the swell at her hold such real estate
Lou'. # I.' Jrillp (u ) pHoKy gently mortgage; or or
.
"" 'i' ', -4- Ar Ar Mtcoo Atiamta.s, da .. By sana tlixSo Brooklyn dock, her brass work glisten- other property as may be required for World's Fair : RatesVia
;f"' ,. ..., Ala KHo \ 910. (
a : stiff steel
Ar Ann' I ifig like a crystal. her mastsifting the purposes herein mentioned.
.
'J! Ar Hirmlnithani AU .. l:> u CMFrliui
". Pill Tickets ToSLfLoais ArYrmpbV.Trmn. ,oc..pNo t to the strength of her keel, I ARTICLE III. .
C Mo Frf.m I 9 Mw !
': A'K.nit"-niy file hardly imagine that she endured The qualification for membershipshall
( can I
105- ; Hoi on Sale l.i Mrmi'll '. Tttt"tf I t'trD: .
: .. .Itni.... ..nrtTit.. ** belt Mw for so long a time the pounding consist In the acceptance of the
t y :. ;IX :'Tb KliiruU. Litnlud" M which she was subjected during the I proposed member by the Association,
I '
:'1:" i jqfars she la./ below the surface of th- i and the acceptance of the obligationsof
''AKRI\'AI. Al JACK.'ILLE:: The'L. ;
't' .item f'w"ork.. Wi'bIDiflOfI.-S... Y9 I,"W..blnlo". "'". and. Ft.rtda t.1.111111.:' 9 :.'.a. m. |ater.Nickel I membership as laid down in the & N. R. R.
'iFroChieago.Cttiet'inal.'n.ttanuulrlr-\u. H. .F1 urda Lim'"ted."lt.i-Sa. tn.i' ore in great deposits Is found : charter by-lam and rules of the Association -
1Fro. leu...Cityy)(-.."hl" Bu.a.u.lain.: "1.-1..1<1& Llmttr.i. 9 44 a In.
19 \; .PromOUcio: ,,I....D..ul.. otIe.-S..u, "\I'.bloll. un aD.1 ,'Iort t to Um tad.9.2i a. m A: New Caledonia and many tramp by the person prc posed. ...
1" Vessels! are attracted to ibis island. The ARTICLE IV.
.W Round Tnp Summer Tourist Tickets now ongale.C. '
balls of Garry, built In Port Glasgow The (term if corporation of this Association Excursion Tickets now on sale
; C. UJ3K, DUtHet PAS3&nxer. Af eat,,103 W. BAy St.. '.Jacksonville. 11&. t\ 18S. had loaded with 2.700 tons of shall be ninety- line (9:;) years. daily

'.r. C- H. AC1t :at. 0-iJI. I W. 9 TAYLOR. G. P- A. -. e. and was making from the Island.Chl'n ARTICLE V. from Jacksonville to) St.

11:HABDWICL P- TM- BROOKS MORGAN A. G. p. A,. t a Pacific hurricane came sudden- The oneloeis t : this cot Oration shall Louis and return _'

upon her. She was driven upon the be conducted by a president, vl :-pres-

EfABOARDIf. cocks of Cheo and sank. Her crew dent, secretary, treasure, librarian a 4-0,65. . , Return Limit December 15th.
: tkaped. board of trustees not to exceed nine
t ; 33.90 . . . RetutnLimit6odays .
ti" ::1 | Abandoned to her fate she was left and an executive committee of five persons ,

fp pound an t grind against the rock to be elected at the annual meetIng 17.oo . . . . . Return Limit 15 days -'
,
w' Air Lin1e; Railway for years before a wrecking expedition at the office of the Company on the

? I i : from Sydney cent at the instance of first Tuesday in February. The L. & N. is': the best line to St Louis

If.Savannah Fpa tie French Government, came to re- I At the first annual meting three

; :'Columbia, i Camden, Southern Pines, rove her. I trustees may be elected rot one year !
g :Upon their return to Sydney the : three for two years and three for three For rates, schedules and sleeping car reservations .
: J k _Raleigh, =Richmond, Washington.nBaltimore. reckers bought from the underwriterse :. ears, and thereafter excepting for ,

PhiladeJp u New Vork- Falls of Garry for P:5. Divers the purpose of filling vacancies, not
;
: .
ht with another wrecking expedition more than three trustee shall be elect- J. U. "
t FLEMING C. L: STONE Y
Elegarjt
Trains.Daily.
L 'f;. Two. ; nd the bilge of the vessel pierced ed annually, who shall hold office for
Fla. Put Aft, 208 W. Bay 8t Jaekw nIDe. G. P. J.Rt Ienivifas
board ;Express I, i Sea oard Mail iy a single point of rock. three years.
,
This blasted and a patchJut ARTICLE VI. .
"'". I I !I was away
Modern Pullman equipment. on the hole, after which she wasboated. The by-laws of this Association maybe s

: 1 1 1 ; Of the Immense cargo of oren made by the Association at its first r 1'

O > i_ r1" | her hold the water had washed regular meeting called subsequent to Do You Intend To Build and 4 .-

1u dill hrough the opening all but seventy the completion of its corporation, and ,
r opertiflt.; !/ li.'jaili s1eeeIrom,# [ JiclioafUrjIu.Iew i Orleans. ion&. they may be made, altered or amended ,'" t1/

.it-, 'p .t. | ,This alone, it U said was sufficient at any meeting of the Association, after y"
WI l nlorT kid sleep fxervations call on any agent of the SAVE MONEY?
job left :
,
,. : io pay all expense, even with the coat two weeks notice to be sent or wailed -
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,:. Seabokru, 'vote
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T I I of towing the ship to Sydney, where to the members containing a copy

yA. 'dYcD: KNBiss't.(, 4. h-l. 1&L JaeksO fUle.Fla.! she was overhauled. of the proposed amendment, if votedof

; ; \ The damage was found to be trifling the same practical Import a* said I INFORM THE in whic'allbranches of the Bnild-

'1 sr,,. ?i. 871C..,1' ROYLST .J 't Jr.. Pa1S.; Afft. When the Falls of Garry came 'out ofthe notice proposed. .., ing T des are represented. The -L '

dry dock the wrecker sold her to ARTICLE VII. member of this association cheer-
The dlmcta of the Eut Coast of Florid
Ii":"" ..* -'1'-- .. 0 0., Craig, Kopson t Co., of Sydney for The highest indebtedness to which J.Contractors fully will tarbiab Plan, specifica. .' s .
i. nier: perfection/tJwt.t1adot .at. something like 1350,000. this corporation at time subject -
f ,. .- .- .. may any I tions and estimates. Address ;
'" : I" Q'_..: J The vessel is now owned by Harfleld, itself, shall not exceed the amountof -t"
potter Flltee aollleat' '": ..r .. ,
; :: 1 Cameron A Co., of Glasgow. She has five,thousand dollars (5000.00. Association Contractors Association

1I I ben, making port at Manila, PugetSound ARTICLE VIII. MiAMlPLORIDA II

and Australia since she wan The mount of real estate which the xlb

palled from the rocks. corporation may hold shall not exceed /
.
.The Falls of Garry Is considered a ten thousand dollars ($10,00000).

Teasel of unusual beauty and strength. ARTICLE IX. I *

!|:Slnce she has been at the Brooklyn The names of the officers to conduct I

dock she has been greatly admired. the business and the trustees in whom R t5S. eY f
Clubbing ,
,Her cabins are furnished with mahogany title to property shall test until the )

and maple, and show great dura- first H.tlon! under the charter shall)

bility. be '

:When she was last in Europe she was I Flora G. Simp80n- Presldent. ct4ryyc9 /

examined: bj Lloyds and then fitted Cornelia H. Keys-VIce-Presldent. ,

i Omni. wI.s with I new plates at A cost of about Lyra G. Waldron-Secretary. The people of Dade County will want all the news
25000.( She is under charter to the Jeanette L. Brown-Treasurer. :
Tyson Line. Mary C. Wain*right-Librarian. this year as it is to be an interesting one because ,

EXECCTIVE! COMMITTEE: I of the elections, '

SAVED HIS LIFK' Flora G. Simpson. .

J. W. Davenport WIngo, Ky., writes, Lyra \\aldron.. 4Jeane'te ;

IflIIII Jane U, 1902: "I want to t(11)'ou I believe L. Brown. National State and CountyThe
Marv C. WalnwrlghL
Ballard's Snow Liniment saved + .
toy life. I was under the treatment ol Charlotte J. Albury. ,

,:yt i't." u + / ; two doctor's, and they told me one of TRUSTEES: t

my; lungs was entirely gl ne, and the Flora G. Simpson.

l'f""f' 1r I ,,,- other badly affected. I alto had a lump W. A.. Filer. Metropolis s

'1.? ( : .'l In my side. I don't think that I could George B. Waldron.
seal a.-.. 4ba.. >rtrpi."...' --. I have Ived over two months longer. I ARTICLE X: Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offer 'ate

c..a Qe.iw. .flssls et,- tla9.fsiy W was induced by a trend to try Ballard's The names and residences of the subscribers such attractive rates for various newspapers

: 11 ILA.,1 ,LilZ: _TTOKTH tai KsaiSERailway. B1t:' Snow Liniment The first applicationgave ,- are as follows: that there shovld be no excuse I for people remaining -

f _t1A ssitasl DsmyJa.ftis da tbe't ; me great relief; two fifty cent Flora G. Simpson, Lemon City FlLJeanl'tte in {
; ignorance as'to the. happenings
: ''' L. Lemon City FlaGeorge ; of
Brown .
JI4ZIDA' ; bottles cured me sound and welL It co
t t'.f : =,EAST CO.&S1'UILW.&J'.. .t '
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B. Waldron, Little River, Fla. year. ..
to a wonderful medicine and I recom- ,
Mary C. Walnwrigbt. Lemon City,
mend It to suffering humanity. 25c .

i We, |L For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy FlaW max.r4K .
; A. Flier Lemon City, FU

... Before me personally appeared Flora RATES. ,

Work on the new gymnasium at the G Simpson, W. A. Filer George B

j i South Florida Military College will be- Waldron. Jeanette L. Brown and MaryC.

: gin at once. The contract has been Wainwright, to me well'known to The Daily Metropolis "
i 1st..,;st )1 ..iuIt bsea .1sa1 last of mobaatay tits
awarded to T. J. Davis, who has given be the persons described in, and who :One Year
:.,..... tNMti as4 tiller laArastlsa aUnsi t I andDaily
I names
bond for Its completion within seventy- subscribed! tnelr to the foregoing /
.J.slrkso+ J.z Js.7tAUgs R i iwwall.ISa '
beccwlny ,
....: ... ___ Dal a..' {! five days. The contract provides for a instrument, and did seveially ac- imes-Union $1009
.... new fence in front of the barracks kno..l..ige, each tor himself that they ;.
'
i .4rtJ. ::51. J IY $T..eacsrJM) T7.a. __ ''
; the for the and
:;r r' aiso. The building to be occupied as 4 executed: .same uses

I gymnasium will be 40 feet wide by 60 purpose' therein expressed. Semi-Weekly Times-Union '5.50

.AtianticlCoast! Line. f feet long. Ten feet across the entire \\'tnf'U'my hand and official seal at ,
: width will be cut off and four bathrooms Lemon 'City, Florida this 11th day of Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times

.4, .. It { and two shower baths erected October A. 1>. 1904. Union !
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I. ; ,
I supplied with convenience. The (Seal) Homer E. Woodall, 2,00
areYQaielust tlme-most excellent mos Nortb. East and West every ,
remaining 40 by BO feet, will be Justice of the Peace With Atlanta Journal twice a week -
\.4.TLANTIC: COAST LINE. Th j ,Famous New York and Florida Sped space I $2.25 ." '

:' MUd'lBnmaa train of Compartment Sleeping Dining and ObMrmioa Ca used as a gymnasium hall for athletic With Weekly Palm Beach News' |2.oo I .
Anrutine atyL. sports, It will also be used by the CURES WINTER COUGH. II I ._
t+)toctrte llrhUd'ttroathottt. JeiTM Bt dally except Sunday i
cadet literary society for Ita weeklymeetings
.M, arriTe Now York 4:41 P. U. following day. 1 i
.. and, once a month will be
',;; Florida an4.:.West Indian Limited carrying Drawlng-Rolm. Sleeper I' used by the cadet for dancing or other J. E. Cover. 101 N. Main St, Ottawa Old subscribers must pay all back dues before

f, Dining Can leare Jaeksonrtlk at S:00 A. )(. dally, arrtre New York I toclal pleasure.-Barlow''Record. Kan., writes: "Every fall it has beet can take advantage of these offers and cash

|J,*.M.fonowtogW.. i UCUeago t my wife's trouble to eaten a severe colt in advance must accompany all orders for
t' : aa4 Florida Umltedj, solid Pullman train of Bieepen. Dining and BROKE: INTO'HIS HOUSE and therefore to cough all winter lent these combinations.

ObMtratloa.Can.: leaves Jaeksonrllle dally a. :10 A. Y., arrive Chicago 4;*' Last winter I got for her a bottle o

,ft PV'M.'fbOovta tUy. TtU.tralaKM. l rarrlea St. Loafs Sleeper. arrtrlBg 8t Lotib S Le Quinn, of Cavencinh Vt., ww Horehound Syrup. She used It and ha- ADDRESS

...1:. I robbed of his customary,health by In been able to sleep soundly all nigh

.ZMxto 717.4 lees Jacksonrin* 8:0" P. )t.any, carries theoof ,.I vision of chronic constipation. Whet long. Whenever' the cough trouble

to Chieago and St. laOf, arriMng Chicago >:U P. M. St. LotttaA. Dr. King's New Life Pills broke late her, two or three dears stop the cough

A. II. foOowlng'tao aln& .I jl | -:i bid house, hit trouble was arrested tad and she is able to be up ana wen. 2StWe Miami Metropolis.joutge

.TW'*.1ck.411a..by toot and,cs half hours to CUeax! aevea boon 1o'a 'how he to entirely cored. Tneyr 100. Sold by Red Crow Phar
PROMPTLt.: guaranteed to cure at all drugstores. 1 rnacy.I .
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:tf HEAR''t BRYAN.t oa the family and Wil I
CROWDS I Ir :
its + r and chin.; Beard re- REYOUj ,
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fr. Mahon' Ind.-Sentences That Characterized :, fire and Stagings was In-I ..f., 'f>"" J. ",-C,....;<....."'t.:t'...,.,.,....:. '_" .-. ...:,..-L"'- I'''-'''_ .. _,. _.,.
!!: His Speech. I The tragedy occurred

,i?:. 1'- | j GOING
Ottri II 17.-The
!f day at William J. Bryan's tour of Indiana : on Mosby. street. Memphis, I A Sniff
." z | which closed with a speech before < }} a maw meeting of Democrat I negro fugitive, two men TO BUILD-
and two injured. The offi
I. this city tonight; eclipsed the
;. "I' cf anjr previous day of the tou tin I arrest John Pop, a negro I '
,
of attendance and enthusiasm I I a dangerous fugitivefrom I F,1 ,' pif of
:. itinerary Included Lafayette, I"banon : armed with a rifle he de- Autumn
:{] : reunited1' in his death i If BO, we would like to IL-
Conver
? Frankfort. Delphla. Logsnsport 1 1I
each of he had klHpd\ one police terest you in using the n
: ef; and Marlon. At : I

;'h, Iltops!Mr.during Bryan the spoke prey.ous along days lines of followed ;i another CONrED. ; Miami Lime Stone :

.. jSoqie I|
tour I is in the AirAn
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t of the sentencse uhlch characterized Awiltery! Case The walls of a building flJ.r j
) the:speeches of Mr. Bryan :
,r This Mornlntr i constructed of his stone
j i[
toda j were: {
!. $ areFire
"You need not be afraid of Parker's"These "- ,

Ii salve vlewlI." I in the Mao;; Richardson- l ounce of prevention you know, worth.
which has
cafe
who voted for me ought adultery Proof
i be Use easiest to convince of the necessity all the week In the Cir ; 1 '1 pound of cure. and if you are a man of prudent"j

{if voting fro Parker. I concludedj.hU morning I 1 and practically everlasting i _G :' j judgment you will provide yourself with clothing
made this I
eternal are be
"I (would rather go down to ng
k s oblivion than be instrumental in the 4 After once up there is DO fleet Mg. of heavier weight and take no chance of catching 1 1a
election of Roosevelt" t of the defense the jury expense of repairing or Fall cold
trying to : little :
a get a longer wear out of
The
painting. first cost Is ,
;
"1-jflld' not come out of the St. Louis the residence of a Mrs.
e convention all cut up. I will live. I the State it ltneHl'4S, this but little more than wood your thin and seedy Summer suit. ';

bar:been In politics fro fifteen years the purpose of while thePernnnent .

and ,iUpect to be In it thirty rears she having dPtermln-1 The picture represents a'e are now displaying some particularly snappy.?
leave the man's house fall winner, and has
longer. Cost popular Fall
I"M. styles for Men selected from
'"Tjie Republicans have gone from .. The jury also to be seen to be appreciated. the best productions -'. ";
f the full dinner pall to the full coffeepot '. houM while out Lo' k at these suits before of Schloss Bros. & Co., the Fine Clothes, 4
!(p four rears, and within four more a dozen witnesses have considering repairing repairing they have been picked o\er. Makers t
whose celebrated
,
Is much less than ready-to-wear 1
years look out for full water pitchers. and the ase has been clothing)
h the txoeslt eiamlnatlons wood. The appearance is has raised the standard in, Men's apparel M{j
'CONDENSED much superior to 'other
ex TELEGRAMS.
.
I(I in some&ues proving .1
r 4 materials as the
Bla I the wltneI + You will find fit and grace in cut, quatitr in fabric and honest
|: collision on the Third Avenue :- workmanship
railroad In New York Monday. Bight. I BURNED DEATH. Architectural Possibilities are .making Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes, and-

one Atae wu killed sad several persona I Unlimited.We have exclusiveness. Take these \
escaped serious injury. you points altogether and you have a foundatio 4
III., Octkaner 19.-The for the fame of
saw the atone to any superiority enjoyed by ;;
Th. poring; sse Cabin at Lisbon hen Children dome waa de- size. We hare turned
Migaed becaaae the'Premier refused early Ux&y. Although columns and planed mould- I
Schloss Hand-Tailored
tintor ... discovered while the tugs Clotting.( j
sleeping flthe upper Broken atone for Rubble
...which ".
Rom was-- a- three-- Walls, crushed rock for I
f
dt "While B la fit of temporary Insanity ktldi 4r I Sidewalks, and A No. 1 The Price Range -

First Lieutenant W. D. Prltchard. serv- Lime always on hand. $ l 12 0 0 k
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T togja the Philippines, shot and killed; VS. NEGROES. I Starts at _
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'_ Becoad Lieutenant Fred L. Dean and A-
[bea shot himself. October 1L The Mis
F 'il --:.. are mining a strong "DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT pvm.- :i1I

PBjr the I breaking of a flange of a of negrfe labor and are Offer.Cronkhite.
wheel while turning a carve In Washington latw Instead. The
t the car jumped the tra fc. klllID"OIIe -
Is declare ?to be wholly
/. man and Injuring another fa- I I Rtw W. RHODES. I"

z tallA
LOSSES? ]FIRE. Iu. k kI
is
horrible tripple tragedy reported
'..t Catlooga. Miss., in which a husbagd ,; .. w t
shot and killed a neighbor whoa |j October $.-Ffre curly -nut [ I wt 12th Street ,
: .. ,
destroyed lie new freight net atd.i. .. :: i.
+e T, ha| shot aDd killed his wife and baby. CO.MIAMI Miami Florida.
I I ,
Se L. Quarry
y The trouble grew out of a difference! N. C. I Ry., caus I .
i betweef .
$200.000 and
t or'r land and| the shooting occurred
; whjle Dix Beard aad'; his family were J 1 no Insurance. The ori- I ---- --- I"
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z-: passingi: (the house of Jim Stalling The annual meeting of the :Miami: ,: $
-, Cemetery A:tofiatiou will be held at i
. the school: auditorium on Thursday' I '1' ;,
October 2(.th. at 7:3U p. m. All mem- Sametedy's [ft mar it- I
bers of thu sorlatiou and all citizens taJ M die way a prtrltbs > !
nteresttd kas+ lets flel ..,
an: most earnestly requestedto
j'ci HATS attend, as there will be an electionof + + .I .
offirt-rt arid other important business YM may otxe eery j .
rebate i ew prcsabtIse
Every body come. Don't forgetthe
c41 time and place. Thursday night eat : : : : : ,'t '
'.. ...
t at 7:10:: o'clock, at the School Auditorium -
J- HATS
,A. E. Heyser. president; G.
Enloe. et'relAry. Try our
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A LOVE LETTKR. GRAPE PUNCH THIS WEEK.'

rz The New Driot. PHARMACY ; ,

:- FATS Would not Interest you if you're You + + Pineapple' Frost
salve for E. L
for
looking a guaranteed Bum Claret Punch
>sores burns or piles Otto Dodd. of witt On it. President
Ponder, Mo. writes: "I sirlered withan 0- .
UKly sore for a year, but a box of
jc: Huckkn's Arnica Salve cured me. It's
the best salve on earth 25: at all drug We: WITJ ilk
Keep |1ep \With\ the Season itore. largest Auortntstof I ,:
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1 Don't te' Backward .4 iI
B ? 1 y OO TJ6.RS
Handsome designs I
: in 1 ij tilt city.H .
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: 3fl'r : IT S. FALL NOW JacquardsI tA-

t ,,:,,.-oj I
G I arc ha'inwon:: ...dj
derful Mlcce.' with -- _
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'tl1t'l'e's! about --- --
t. nothing a man our FilII pillt rn...
< 'J I .q cite eo t'onsplt'UOUA 8. an v Th.e :;,,.wi" are

1
1 1q __ termed factoryRemnants. Bread
-=-= SeybOld's;
11: I We
The StylesI have them made up
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in one is)and packages II l-fir
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:' I f. This Season 9 average 12"ani.and..lit the to 11 each will and Is made under healthy conditions. \', We do all
mixing tbs
.. pnu d. Price, $1, by latest ma- ( :I!
Are and the chlnery patented.
tempting va \u-r\ 'Ii

Sne gtts here to choose !fmniz. Batistes rr Jl.: ..A.. I..e>A

I ,
f O We have in daintyde..it''ns i Of our homemade Urea5 for jour
/ ffers AbundantIpportunity for Shirt I
I health That why yon should try It. c 1"i
I wai..t.. which run I The kind thatls prefTrel by people .
from 3 to 4-z "ard.
31 ,
r for ''I for miles around. '
to the package; : the : (
I prices range from f f..

= & ,: !' Fall Alpine thitisfactiont ho to i5 cent. i WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE tIi1


... You will miss the
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R THN SEYBOLD
,. Kfoateat opportunity : ,
bad if I
you ever
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$ 'ff' Y "f 1- I one you of don these secure bargains. Miami. : :1 : : : Florida. I

;; :JOHN) SEgiLL & I5RO. I I

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.;;; ) Miami's Leading [furnishers i : to Men., I BARGAIN JENNIE! nogr M.ph PARRISH r and Typewriter.Cor1 FRED RUTTFER4t

4'' STORE Rrponlac,O"ltlo." .,Mi.ifo'it General Contractor. '.

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