The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 21, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00185
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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: VoW.No. 266 Il1l't=-' I ;JMIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. 21. 1904. G::Mr'.:."" Price :5 ents f, '

t" 5HAKHEI RIVER I NOT HALF TOLD. \11 It*' CITY CEMETERY COUN l ralled thefollowlng: motion by Mr. Hahn rre- WHECIKA''C 6E[- ,I'S. ._ -t R.s

Says Mr. wevere Hardships, D. "That the council advertise for Udh! '\. : It,

dured by His Family. ClUSY'SESSION to lay a sewer on Eighteenth sLeet

1 r: from Bricke'.l! avenue to Arcane D, + :

FLOWS BETWEEN Mr. Wever whose family: sQ! led ASSOCIATION I thence to the channel of the river, cad 8ROUG r ij N EflEa;

such hardships during the 'rStoirm that the city engineer draw plan and '

aboard the HUe cosutlng schooneH>;1. Veteran specifications to cover the same, bid '

i--[ 4 which was partially wrecfied In' I to be received at the meeting of the ; **&; ,'",

Barnes Sound while coming t$ this city: council to be held November, S

: and 'Biv port from Cape label, says thit ,t.he Met in Auditorium Last Night in And Paid Much Attention to Side- 1904: council to reserve the right to From Stranded I German Bark Zion J -

J f* story; of the hardships endured 4y ls reject any and all bids." :

ouacked Eastern Armies.. family during the storm was not half' Annual Session. Ilk Matters. City: Attorney; Patterson appeared Off Fort.lIuderdlfe. .

told, but that he Is thankful !',t ;anovone. before the council and reported that I

: 1w 1- | ;;j the account of T. W. Roberts for 1.11.- I _____ .

Yesterday, Mr. Werer, who chartered : 00 for the laying of a sidewalk had ,I ij

Om Is No GeIeraI ActMty-fcssIaw a schooffer sod went to the wjecked resident fleysor Summarized Good Work New Sldew 0s Ordered Laid Oo West not been referred to him for collection. i Goflststlop :of Sab xj
-. vessel to secure his household Sects A motion immediately prevailed that I : III SkfrSOI .
,; : .Flandofl Anaclf-A t Remariable FlgfatlaaIx&BtSJiBatioB and a valuable horse which was toard' Dow-New Efttray WISed OU Off). Twelfth Sti eet -Several PetUon Prc- the said account be referred to-Mr. Expaae-Batt Is floldtaaT*. 'j

returned to the city, and reports the Patterson for Immediate collection.
:' Is Very Grave. erg Unanlfflonly Reflected. sealed tod ResotaUoos Adopted.The artier 1M -
;' e .. I schooner is in a very; distressed and Marshal Flanagan addressed the Can. Intact.
ta damaged condition though ct f>taln board in regard to the necessity of

\" ;, 1t --- Gooding, her owner, will make an/effort barUg all electric light poles numbered -----
I to save and repair her. ;jj' so that the night police officer can
:: : St. Petersburg, October 21.-The two Mr. Wever f ( The annual meeting of the MiamiCemetery regtjlar semi-monthly. meeting report the The first o .
<. states that part $ its exact light when out; also consignment of wreckage : ; : '
!;' '. Association was held last of the city,Council was held last night
l J,(; armies face each other across thiShakhe effect were in the water u wars the with on baring the light at the corner of from the stranded German bark'Zion ,.;:tOG
the following'members
night at the school auditorium. present: ,
horse which suffered ekparljence venue B and
rive, pat operation are Mill an t J. B. F. W. /: thirteenth street moved the reef at Fort Lauderdale, cam "
After calling the meeting to order Relllj president; Hahn to the ;
and 1* in such a braised afd Injured center of the block on Avenue
Cat.! a standstill I condition that he 1* doubtful If Judge Heyser, the president, briefly L Wilson C K.!: lAimmiis. A. E. SelUer C between Thirteenth and Fourteenth la late yesterday afternoon on the pow. -_. J

*t Th* heary fog over the plain wry It will surrtre. The animal. It. summarised the work dace during the and F. H-'tTharton. ; streets. er flshlngsmaek.. Mt Pleasant, wbicfc' ., 3!

v Darned- up by the". COB yesterday, after pean.was on the deck of the tM,eL put year. He stated that water pipe After thi preliminary of opening by 1 The following resolution waa submitted was one of the first resaeU to go' ta'; ITO
had been laid that the flowers reading ana approving the minute of the Or
f; bleb the artillery from come of the and after getting ashore It ww ',tut so grass by Mr Seltzer and seconded by assistant the distress TWML a

.r ,. batterjea mad a de QaaUaf I loose from It* binding and went.into and shrubbery could be mad to growand tile meeting.,held October' Cth. J. E. I Mr. Wilson, a poll of the rote resulting The wreckage coaslst of sails;. wild-' .

a, or importance flourish; a drive had been constructed Lammna atovad that the name of S. unanimously las, compase*.atdellghts, water'taot>.'" '
ao movement the water where It was buffeted 'about IB bone' of the same:
i! t by the seas and wind, remaining cB/allag: cortege: to pas oat Anderson >a4 W. p.i i Pickens beat restored "Whereas, The resolution offend. and furnishing1\, and mch other article aa.:

.. offKaariaa officer jjkttted 1 water until rescued day before by a different route than the one to tkdty registration list the parsed at the regular meeting of the could be remored The staff H.bsiacstored -

'and wounded October U and U teach* day. : which entrance I* made, thu aroidlag am* hartag ba miuusly t erased. coundl held October to ratify the at captain JI M"a dock'witch ft '

'a total of 172. including Major General All of the horse front teeth:; blockade; a care-taker had beentltantlT eon- Tb mottos} JI naUe4.:; action of the special committee appointed win ,b* protected mntfl aoid at. -.adrwriten -:

'. 1 tad aereateea flald officer*. knocked out. the head U b ,_ d employed la keeping all IotaaDd A petitioa,wa* ncthm several to call aa election toe Bonding sal* which wffl b* to.'afc* ;

1. n.> wounded'Jn proportion tai! those body terribly lacerated from walk free from weed aDd trash property nuances were the city I* detective now therefore day "f
> : and that a* was evident to the public greatlyna3oavalenoed on account of Th eaptaia'of chi MC: '
it ;,kffled U about adz to on*. Thetlstfoc In contact with the mangrove I "Be It Resolved, That the call draftee Pleasant
'" .. the Les test day flghtlag Is a\DIu. the side of the boat He e the cemetery 1* now in excellent con the Improrament. oa! Twelfth street aad published la the Daily Miami Metropolis ports that Ole Tat' till becomes total

x ,reported. but Ijt will doubtles I jfxeted horse to the city and will endear ,to dition. He complimented the numbers which makjea ,the Joadlna; and unloading by the special council committee wreck though, at prtaaat ah* la holding -'

,., -*"' that of Uao ;Tang, "b.alye hundred save its life, though this I* doubtfei and officer> upon the good work done of freight from' train difficult; and consisting of J. S. Frederick, J. B.Lummus together wU sad her bold cargo Y.

f.f officer were elUier killed or win dad. Captain Ooodlng his cbartered Use and expressed the hope that they membership begging tIaat'the'citY;: bar the right and F. W. Hahn, authorized still Intact ta the craft: 'Th* yes

4 ,*' ,'Th* los among[ the men ha also not schooner Drummer and will lear&toduy might be still farther Increasedto of way oT said"'Twelfth> street filled by the dty coundl of Miami at Its leg In broken |In two crosswls*':the .rCuid ;

&; .'been reported but It I* thought th'cas' or touiorrow with material foih* the end that a still greater !Improvement with *omUnd of material to the river : ularmeetlng held September 15th. 104. It I* Impossible to tare fit though

t1 iualtki' 11111lIitL' exceed twenty-1 I thou wreck with the hope thaf the pit might be made. I that they'enjoy, both business and r to? call aa election for! bonding the dly the cargo can be fared If a toe with die;

:M ..fMII4.{' I LL l con be patched np enough to be brought. Secretary 0, Enloe read the minute I pletante. J3, I .' I and all their action In connection with right apllance and lighter eau be gotten .: f t
@ of the previous meeting were After dlacuulon'It moved and each' to. the vestal before ah break
'n here for repairs. U which, { ,. ail{ be, and the same I* hereby .
approved. carried that the petitio: ers be Informed Inp, \ '
'' ratified e .50
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1: STILL SHELLING PORT ARTHUR.f approved by the
1 The committee on membership that the'Pr+ pertJ' Ice ( ueatkfn belongs } British yice-CpntvI Walter Sndtow "
AT DAVIS1 HOME. city ;, /.
if .... .. .I.j ; of the City of Miami la : .....
rr. an increase of 24 during the to private parties and hat the dry has regular session of Jacksonrllle, acting, In,th* caradtr <
._ Chefoo/October 2L-New* from PoArthar rt assembled. r
'-,. year, making ,the present membership to Jurisdiction over it .\ i of represetutlre also of th '
-.. brought to Outae, OcUiiter,1st. Loulsrille, October 21.-W. J. B The council then adjourned until tomorrow German ,.f. :
r3 c 112'as against 88 one ago. J. A. McDonald Co. 'Ped oned the : Government hal'takea of the .
x:;. 'cay* that a fierce bombardment.U' ttUIprogressing left here early today: for Parkcrsbug. year i night when a special session charge (:i :"
L The secretary reported that all but coundl for permlBsJon to Install a fire wreck. Captain: J. Rose deputy'United .-', .l.'
.., there without tBterrnptioa.build W.'L.. where, he will speak tonight 'I will !be; held to prepare for the city: election
t uith Democrallc Vice.Presidential cta-: 12 of the members had paid up their hydrant:on/the nortl side of Fourteenth next States mmh.I"at"Wa place :.t 1
.7 itlan !lags hare been damaged I Monday, and to transact o( .-
l dues for the last but that there tretVlwo hum red feel meat of I' has been jappqlnted 'wrecking :;
'and several sbjti* in the harbor{! it ,byaheHrat dJdate H. G. Da.-is. :, year, :r masers oT Importance. master-; ,
$ the | 0fH .i was a deficit, fame money having been the Intersection of' F lurjeentb street J tor the resMl sad will hAve charge of t ::
<. ..,; haraet0taBdstBt 11 - advanced by"Mr. A. J. Kolb, chairman iad=Aveniie".dC; the i exp' rose to be borne11 ; OII tt.....

f .the damage. arc.., not stated. of the executive committee. by them. The permission was' granted. Captain N mmes and a portion of hl*' '

!;' ..I." jio I CIRCUIT COURT I There was considerable discussionas The following resolution was adopted I SOLDIER KEY crew are stxradlng by the vessel;though '
{ NORTH. SKA. motion of J. EL Lnmmus number of the
rP'.. to means of Interesting those lot upon and a crew hare been sent to ;
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';;; It.- II owners who are not contributing and seconded by: A. E. Seltxer: I Jacksonrllle where they will either.t+*<:
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v Frederick HtftDo Denmark October r MISCELlANY Y It seemed to be a matter of general Resolved, That the i i committee on 1 1I ship or Descent home. .

;;; .21.-'AU .es.ell of the Rnesfae u Balticfleet surprise that any: one who Is financially I r i I roles and ordinances ire and they are WA HARD HIT Details of the experience of the ship .

passed Into the North Sea Ian able to contribute the amaH sum I ,hereby empowered to close to be drafted prerious to going on the reef are nn-. >;

1/ night I -- of 25 cents a month should; refuse to do suitable ordinances j>n the construction I I I obtainable'; though It 'la said the ZJo : rs

1 that much to assist In keeping the of streets and sidewalks), and to Is the same ship that was seen beating; ;.

ir,o- THE COTTON. MARKKA graVel of their loved ones in good and, provide how the same shall be paid for I back and ['forth--oR Norris Cut last a_
K; Matters of and Others Peod-
Disposed Keepers House
;t iii"'*:-_ 11 1 1I clean condtlon. I and also to cause to be{drafted suitable Demolished and Fish Wednesday and Thursday in an effortto

-:''i:". -,:.New Tork'Oct. 2L-Future* ipened I In -Befere Judqe Jones-Will Adjourn i REPORT EXECUTIVE CO IMITTEE. i ordinances on the con ruction and use Kraals Washed Away-Island is work herself to sea. t .

;0. ,ateady. 0ct0L tr. >TO; November, 868 We report the steady employment ol of sewers In the dry: I and to Pro'1d1I It Is also said that the has been away

Vi'-. ,bid; Decemberl. ; 'JaDua..,.. t4i; Feb ) Tonight Until January. one man for the past year whose whole for the payment of thee: construction of !I Covered With Wreckage. from home for three year during : 4

".. ruary. 994 bld:- :M&reh, 998; April, 1001 time Is devoted tokeeplng the cemeteryfree the same." which time she has sailed In China and

: bid;May lOOS: Jnly. 1008 bid. itAt If from grass and weeds; the repairing I It was decided that Her.J L. T. Townsend other' Eastern water, and was en' rout

.:; ; !II: I last night's session of the CII't",1ft and making of walks and drives; be notified to construct a Bldewltik! to Liverpool and' thence to her horn
':<-.0: :' II Court Judge Jones denied the motion i I the guarding of public and privateproperty : !In front of lot 2, block tl. north, of the port in Germany for repairs when her
report from Soldier
fAN- I of defendants' attorneys In the case pf''! ; the care of plants and trees City of Miami, the same to be of native Key, near unfortunate end came. She was a very

I the State vs. J. T. Osban and Mkv'Richardson and the general welfare of the whole rock or cement ind to be laij 'orey Rok: light In the lower bay substantial thlp. of heavy capacity'

f.Mukden._ October 2L-Erery of convicted of living In adijl- cemetery.; according to grade and '!lines to be furnished I I ownod by th. East Carat Hotel System which is evidenced by: the fact that the -
Cossacks. commanded '
| 'tvohnndred t
: tery; and sentenced Osban to the extreme The association has also been instrumental by the city engineer. and where a club house la maintained has aboard nearly one million feet of
4ea reconnbltereJthe .
;jg.'Jt'i CapL Tourcen who '
In lumber. ,
penalty-Two years In States hr.vlng a windmill erected A petition was received from a majority during the
: season, states that
> Japanese left Tuesday nig t, waa ,
and the cleared -f
part of the
j cemetery;
prison. ; the of
property owners
: : considerable
kyq wounded by the Japanese with ? damage was done thereby PARKER ANSWERS TAFT.
** bon The woman not piped nearly: throughout.We Twelfth street west to! the
y was sentenced u attorneys river requesting
machine gent,[and;erery '.iucePt would Invite all lot : the recent storm.
owners In council
for defendants at once gave that the authorize the I 'ru
the captains, wjs, hit with'bullelathe from and out of the Soldier Key is of Eiiopus, October 21.Judge Parker
$ notice of an appeal to the Supreme city: to help na by belaying: of sidewalks on that thoroughfare one the most exposed -
: Cu ti$.' Captala Tourgenl$ff wmertstly"wounded today addressed a delegation froia a r
Court and applied for asupeicedeas coming members, and doing all In their 1 ten feet wide from the river to the of the Florida archipelago. It
,.{ but carried '!pff ODD Hudson county N. J., on the subject of 'X
I bond for the release of their clients power to have their friends come east side of Avenue K;| also that said Is barelp more than an acre In else and

it'tt-au s- behind. Matt on his hone pending action of the higher trlbnuai. Surely each ownermust feel it his du 111.1 street be paved from the bridge we rat Is popular the year round as a picnic administrative extravagance, answerIng *
23; man was killed ono the field EoD8 to take that the speech of Secreary Taft 'I la/1
this The bond was fixed at (1,000 each, much pride In his prop.l to the city limits; also.; that an eight or stopping place for marooning and
: ;wounding of great Dumber which the! latter called .
oa the Demo
but up to 3 o'clock this afternoon I it !l i the general good appearance of the I inch pipe for sewer purposes be l la la outing parties. The keeper's house a ?
/:, 'more deaths l-r regarded a* a crate to give a bill of particular ofth*' ,
The had not been given and both remained I cemetery.; j from the west city limits Into the Miami small but comfortable structure on the
t \ greatest ifear;! entertained Ibjr the charge that ha* been torotr
:I! .'. In jail. It is thought probable though I| There has been good work done In, .river the tame to, be laid in the east end of the Island, was picked np economy f #
!IJ /Russians is fatting Into the hinds of ten by the Republican In
the Japanese iheRusslana not announced that Judge Jones wtll? the past two years, but there ,Is rat 111 i usual customary; manner. by the water, which practically: cover .late/yeara.....
being con'riaced ('! much to do. and the only: way: to do It.. The ed the whole key, and -
.,. suspend sentence on the girl, yendt rag matter was discussed at length'II'bt'n : carried np towards SUPPRESS '
that th* Japanese torture their I REVOLUTIONISTS.
.. "...;, _; future good behavior and remand hvr Is by all working together and not depending the following! resolution: prevailed the club house where it war -

,tiprlsoners..., | 1 to- the care and protection of her fathe r' I on hose few who have contributed : :lcro rkf CHANGED so much money and done so : : Jour and .
HIS PLEA. practically wrecking It,
)+- FEEUKQ IS GRAPE.Beriln. I much work. I "That the owner of real estate abutting I ;!|I to )!r. Dawson th#'American minister '
II Yesterday afternoon Judge Jones bad on Twelfth street from South River tea: : HiDckle. the keeper, baring ba rd I I I I to San Domlngo .the Government then r
C' n'ten well along with the of I I Hoping that this report and our i iearnest I unik to keep; It from, being washedar1
cars the'
'fe Octo i-Col. Caedle correspondent ]I I street wet t to the east side of 1 Is making extensive preparation to
of bI1rt. cables to- i State vs. Monroe Dorsey charged wl h appeal for help will hare the I I, Avenue K t,.. ordered to construct std- I blown a" av. I 1 I, .iippross the; threatened revolution

>." i-.'day- from Mukjlen that he bis been l lsault with lnt"nt to kill, when dt-j I I desired the best effect we will continue doing 'I w slks In front of their! rrop rt}'. such The club house, outside of being i I l i An order was given some time ago >

..i 'MiBable to cabli for two d&7l1] on ac- :t pendant I offered to plead jull>y to a J with the we can for the association >'' <> 10 1 bi> constructed 0: uauve I'drenche.l with rain and the coJ -nt.1 Ifor I I t meaty' thousand rifle and consldrabl -
charge of : means at our command.A. coit ilrablv damaged ,
plija'i escaped
aggravated assault Thv Injury i
.4 count of the absence of a censer. I I I rock or cere-tit, It i d to b P t n feetwlclt' In f I > E ammunition. No recent nT ortaAaYe
'.;i- .11' was accepted' by the State and ne wis 1 I J. KOLB. : The fish cre"''',. which axe maintained
;:., ? Both armies l re fatigued and. occupy| JOHN I .1 ro i-urd"14d! ? -c ding tograik been ;received as to the Importation
Ia J I sentenced to serve three months In t.'ie; SEWELUB. .lIrllhed i the-? for supplying the hotels of thi-1 i! of
;;; positions In clr contact. A :general'.Russian bv the citigineer, arms and ammunition by the
1] county Jan.I B. TATUM. I and star+m with fish, were wished away1:
Lilt the
clerk d revolutionist/
attack appears to e been rtty s@: notices!
'i" hare | WRIT OF ERROR The election of officers resulted In re'ecMng' several hundred .6f t .
I I I SUSTAINED. and th t':, pnundA | ,
e nlarrhaJlucve
; planned for last Thursday night, but the t'l: noon 1 tI -- .
-'{.freahete laths |hakbe river In the matter of the case of Jco es unanimous re-election of the old I the .arty oncers an re .....,d I by !, fj)?h. The Island Is also llttered/toltu I PILGRIMS AND PtlRITANS. '
Arnold plaintiff In error vs. the Stateot ones as follows: !i""Vial hundred I tons of debris consisting I i '
PIffIDte4.1 I city ordinance St. Louis October
: I 21.
: The road or field* are : >> President-Judge A. E. -Several thon-
: Florida defendant la of Heyser. of seaweed and othfr swumu'at'ons :
i error, writ } ; I and
s.I ;i The Rasslan JOSM* bar beea fright VIce-PrealdeDt-Mra. V. I:, Moved by Vr f"redpril'k and seconded descendants of Pilgrim and Puritans .
1 A. Ruth
er- (
I error from the county court argued before from the water which will have
3 ;tai, a- Ingle lament. u few a* eight[ : ford. by Mr.1' oz that fho city marshalbe I from all parts of the country asembled it
Judge Jones yesterday afternoon, to be leathered up and taken outride
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g\ handled men left The feeling 1s craft Secretary-Dr.G. Enloe. Instructed to prepare a list of all / hen today and celebrated
+y' ie I( an order was entered reversing the and dumped "
,owing to the great alangbter 'of the i Treasurer persons who have been ordered the ongregxtooal Day at the Fair.
I It 1' Burdlne. I
Judgment of the said court with Instructions Otherwise the key: withstood the
;a xR Rusalaa troop| I Executive Committee J. Ko lb, court-." 'I) build sidewalks lUll l who i form Rev Washington Gladden presided -
I to quash the Information successfully though It suffered
'j<1 .. .. II John hare not complied with the order rino! i the meeting which was held at Far
Sewell B. B. Tatum. ;
1L and for other consistent sufficient to make It much
proceeding* very;
f.'r \', SHE ARRIVED SAFE.] He sued out a writ of error before !, Membership ,Committee-H. E. Tattle to prercre a list of all proper[; ocn ors dated at present duapt-I I't and. which was crowded.. .

+ > I W. W. Hall. ?!tins who have ildewalks that are In need'
: Sadie
,1\ < r %: : Judge Jones and the order last Kolb Mesdames Both
night th
>; ..JSew York October.21.-Agent* hereof I Rutherford, Swanson KeysetSewell of rera': sad submit ,the same to the / I I yacht Proridend and
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luctalns. his actADJUDGED A suit In af-sumpsft damages n.ooo'l Orion note: being fitted '
ep at the Miami
the *teameri8mno* Ayres veeivedjia I coundl at Its next regular meeting.) '
WEAK M>XD. has been filed' In the Circuit Court by Boat Work, win get
telegram toda> he The I away on their =
announdng safe motion prevailed .
i' Upon application of Wm. Ba'dwln!. ; W, 1. Metcalf., attorney for Bala Berger, i..I cruises th* first of the month the former
:: arrival.of that jewel at Hat| ",- I I I' The schooner Vole U in from +he4lower )fro Wm. Brickell -
port addressed thecomet iOppenhelmer
red'l Judge Jopea yesterday aftercom rradCoeU.J I ft: Co. T*. J. C. Lath ce. to Texas and the latter tIle
'f .more. tU.Jtrw.UTte ,"-- key with cargo of madeira ] relative .to the laying o. aj '(doing a liquor business at West Palm i,I POUt to Daytona. where'she_ will
1tsTk meet
b at .ic)1'sop) t ,
>. riasY&as ..., j 'f ( t) wood- see er on Eighteenth street, after which Beach. f
.'.. -UP T:: j i '.her| owner CaptaIn Gregg and family. ,. "
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'* A good advertisement will ; I There ought to be a most radical reform The Montgomery Advertiser I ('Dem.) ; --

} ; ij AlLY|| ]I pie to jour store, but it won't in this respect and. It cannot come tysWhat win, Roosevelt1. electloa WafcrLCnkM. Dade Co r ;

unless the good and mean to the couatr"T He does not f Fri. uhi1y
MlMiffBTROPOLISJt. i them buy too promptly. .
f : know nor doea'&DJ'b0Q7 else It Is AbstractCor
are right if tbe ; Nothing adds so much to the attractiveness -

-- -#- brought the people to the '!? of any one as a deferential the profound uncertainty and doubt %2"OOft.O,

P.Wl.taaa..r'_ day ..cpt ...*.>: evident that a favorable Im manner toward older people and especially that hangs over bin that makes It of

tf I. L IATIM. t >A.... i was made. Don't treat such towards one's parents. Nothing the last importance to bring the coun-

I.. < K f..;JEillfgtN61N- I .L.--- 1 tlve customers coldly or give can take the place of It It Is more .ry back to looking at him u he really .....Vlce-Pre KJatI.k.*. SEWELL BtILDISG. MIAMI. FLA.

-'x' I. Mht>. titea.asirtrlraelrt. I Idea that "1t'& all right If rtlt f( to be defclred than are the smatterings I .n; not as the quiet, peace-loving sen

fl. bun' IB.N. P-atMI'-'i.n; ;; i.,; want to buy, and thus efface t of "accomplishments" In the catalogue sation-hating creature he would just Furnishes accurate and complete Abstract -

.1;,_ w.eond da.s- impreasion made by Inc ad, b d of girls' schools and colleges. now have us believe he Is, but as a or Searches of, Title to any ;

roc nose-1M.-""..,. 1RewqNS tYw -,.'li 4 e. them feel that you're glad lie*.. The modern girl can have all the turbulent, lawless, theatrical disturberin land in County., We own complete

;5. sate Wisis d .!the rniud Buui at tbr 'and try and convince them t freedom of action, all the learning our every piece of business that conies Abstract Books of all the land Records s,

;;Ii- a..t s0Rtb.ra Uw" t rmla l. I goods and prices are entirely ""n.?darl"s teach and be free from before him. The National Committee S. L P.tbnM. of Dade County : : : : : : : : : # I

i : OM 1'ear by Mmil......i..U.....tt.00> Buckner. 8 many of the lormer restrictions thrown should see to it that the real Rooseveltis Sec.and Trsa,.

1IJ- ; -.aa IIoDthah..f. }1:...... aiiPV ----o-- around them without In any way losIng kept before the public. Judging

-:. ,Tare Month.........-........ 1-25 A TIMELY SENTENCE I I the charm of sweet maidenly ways him in himself and by himself, he will

: : 'Ce Weak Carrier....::,....... .10 x f 1 or forgetting the plain rule observed assuredly be defeated."
I; P' I Judge Jones did the ; .
: Tie liiml PriittaJ Conpinj.Atrertlstng yesterday, when he sentenced [ by ell-bred Is'opte SAVED HIS LIF)G
The young ladies of the present have F. W. HAHN
"''a rats made'.' known ooI who entered a house with this I all kinds of clulia-literary, social and J. W. Davenport, Wlngo, Ky, writes

I application. of committing burglary, and'j4 athletic. Thy should form one more June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe 1

TELEPHONE. 11J -ZE one of the occupants with an .U I w hose basic principle should be to treat Ballard's Snow Liniment saved Architect and BuilderI

OTTICE: METROPOLIS: BUILDING discovered to life servitude jil t their elder with respect and at all my life. I was under the treatment of ,

J 43S aad 414 Twelfth Street.Oppoilte penitentiary. hou&!fA f \ times and at all places exercise thoeeoldtime two doctor's, and ,they told me one of now have m my employ one of the bent

Court 'Hooae.FRIDAT. thief wno enters a ; i and 1 lovely traits of character my lungs was entirely gl ne, and the draftsman in the South and am better

: '1 intent a murderer, because hS which spring from unselfishness r other badly affected. I also had a lump prepared than ever for furnishing plaaa

OCTOBER ,;21. 1904.rrRAIGHT [therein with the object of i I nnttnient and gentleness of manner In my side. I don't think that I could and details tor food buildings, fine cabi

I' ., --" - capture, even if it U nereasart* and restore to the modern have Ived over two months longer. I I net work etc. 1 am now ,headquarters .

I 1I : DEMOCRATIC TICKET mit murder to effect his escatpl. I I world what now seems to be one&OClet'j I was Induced by a trend to try Ballard's for turned work scroll sawing and all
work done in
f usually a FIRST CLASS r
Snow Liniment. The fir.t application
lout arts.
f mill.
iror President Such persons are by force o -'" wave me great relief; two fifty cent

ALSTON R PARKER. ter and habit armed as h"" I \\ ORK FOR ALL.! bottles cured me sound and well. It Send me your order for doors and win- ;

,1 proven by the many captures, Is a wonderful medicine and I recom-
'!. For YleaPrcaUcat.HENRY I dow frames ballusters brackets etc.
I them. have no idea of> ,
: O. DAVIS. In the cities there are many idle men. mend It to suffering humanity. 23e50c.

For Unltad Stataa i!Senator I tlng detention without \ It in said that there are 40,000 men lu I. |1. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy and be convinced MIAMJ, FLA
JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.Conveuu are in ever sense equally New York city Idle hungry and wanting .
except in the actual com I
; work. The paper containing the
"" : 4 for murder as the man who def1 } Yesterday Governor Jennings appointed .
tt' !
contains a letter from a
.; fRANK CLARK.t statement
r I plans and takes human life.r i I i Hon Horace C. Gordon of
| for Governor!. woman in Connecticut:, saying that her
,1;( / Judge Jones is to be t"Omn I Ts-mpa. to the posItion of Judge of the lya
NAPOLEON a BROWARD. apples are rotting on the ground because C Thtab1e1s0O
f'! his act In putting this I Criminal Court of Record for IIIIlsI -
l ; > 1'0(' secretary of I State 'ied she can't get any :body to pick .
; : criminal out of the way fol"/ I orough: {'ount to fllll the unexplredrrm
I J' H. .CLAT CRAWTORa. them, that she hag corn to cut. pota- '
of his life and if other Judge of Judge William Q. Graham re- aid S02 Twelfth Street. '
rpr Attorntr Oiaatiak"'l toes to dig end wood to cut ani: there .. ,, : sGEO.
"' ... f P out the State would deal # (! .. Governor Jennings has mad'I _
wM..a ELLrIBiis ; is no help to be bad She adds that
';3:f.. x 1 '.!For. CbmptraOtr dangerous class of crimln.I the farmers In her part of the State great many appointments during hi- ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. x
:; "f '\ severest manner prescribed by! term of office most of them have been
; ;; ca3OM' are in need of help. The Savannah '
JA.C. safer would become our homffi. the satisfactory, and this Is expected to SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. } "y
News : "Here In the South
w. For_ State TnanrarW1C. erty and families from these) | says be no exception to the general lule-
4z V. KNOTT. fields are white with cotton and the HORSES BOARDED. CLIPPED AND CARED FOR. -
"- steal while Wit-;. 1.I
cadets who :Tallahassee Capital.
i'* for Sapariotatidcait of PabUe laatraeT .- farmers are in need of help to pick .1
endanger our Jives to escape < I b-
:,' Joi They can afford to pay good prices
$ ;' .1 WH i M. ,HOLUJWAT.For WATER SCARCE IN THE $ pickers and Pre willing and to do so, There Idle virtue of the authority Tested lathe T. CLYATT. Proprietor e
of healthy strong -
: are plenty ,
PJ> > ConunlaaloniT otlAfrteolter. 1 I undersigned :by the law of the
d L ,. men and women in the cities and smaller -
f!!'.f. : .c..a.X. )I cUK.,. All over the lines of } complaining they can State of Florida and the ordinances of
'... .. !., ror Railroad.A .eoo.-.., the South there M towns who are Mlaml
4 throughout the City of notice la hereby glv / .f
:;; ...l. JpHN L.: uo1 aAx.t ral complaint of drought, s 4n! find? no Do employment.they really Are want I they work in?earnest Or I en to the qualified electors of said city

-n .for $tat. .Caoalsttut. instances the scarcity of' do they belong. to that large class that that the annual ;;'general city elections H. MEYERSContracting ;. \

.I? .:S.ItC } i ..&BOSK_. been seriously felt on the raljj don't intend to work unless they can tU be held in the city council chamber :i ,. oJ'

"! ':-n.rl' !; J'COUNTT culars have been Issued by ", find employment of some sort that requires I on the upper' floor of the jail bundIng : i'

"''.<. c' TICKET. In North and South Carolina but little exertion: In times like oa the south! aide of Fourteenth Electrician

"1"i'g c. *j -- II eta telllnf the engineers 'iitit these those who want work can find It, street west of Avenue D. in the City .
,,,;iF. .,; :Ifot State Senator were dry and where water .of Miami on the{ 1 otis/
to do Launch "
cobs provided they are willing any .Sup lies t' :
IT. at.HUDSON.O&AHAM Gainesville. Ga, la said FOURTH MONDAY IN OCTOBER. ,
kind of work that la offered but, as a I Batteries Spark Coils. Etc. m
.,1 t' c )s. 7. LaII.mun dry and not only are the pee] general rule, those who:Complain they A. D. lt04.I .

;t W. KBKL city without water, but can't get work and look to the public I the same being oa the S4th day of said 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida.. Write for prices J Jr :: s.

p s' ;:For Ooaaadgs railway engine are nnatij for support want to.dlctate the kind i month: that the polls will be open t :

1 zf. .{!} I A., .AII5LL water there. Greenville BJ p shall do [and the I from eight o'clock a. a.. standard time, .
work wages
1 of they -
< T.
.._ 't' Tot.ProateatlBC|;AttofMBKRT In that Stkie I sundown on amid K. B. i } ,
", L ., of the few points they shall receive" until day . . . . . . .1.
,R..TATLOB. abundant supply can none I JOII", It W. McOriff '
an general'I There Is a class of labor in the cities I Froscher. R. a 4 :: -
| Tax OoOattor the water; Comer AV lIIe B aol 11th Street
'':' f''I In Augusta, Ga. 1A that will not work In the country-on I bar been appointed Inspectors and ,

--.q.: t ',,7w. OAjrnxR.y than at any time In the hlst$
..s ,} | Tax JrimmiQto. place, and in over thlrtYjt: many negroes prefer to loaf around the election. G. A. MULLER! Proprietor. :
t&i? +;: t:. .... o. BUTLER.Far ,, Savannah river has never been' towns and cities rather than earn an The officers to. be voted for are u 1 a '

.:A1' County Tnaaanr to have been no low. Mills, the farm or planta- follows: 1
honest living on
9*:.T' *:'};j .' .p.' H. RAULKRSON.. bave had to shut down or rOT' tion. In the eastern cities those who A Mayor to serve one rear f >

I .T For Superintendent of Schoolat or even quarter time for laclftpf are out of work prefer to remain Idle Three Aldermen or members of the iSAN CARLOS

: ii., -t B. BL BALL. One day lout week the trollq:>js$ rather than labor on the farms. There City Council eadh to serve two ,..ears.A .

.I, i'\'o( t. For Clerk Circuit CourtJr. the city wan tied up for 1 :Is room for every body I In this country, City: Clerk and. Assessor to serve ,
IX. a DEARBOHN. to supply thf|I one
cient water
'rf"-Ir! depend on yf.ar. '
.,; and work for all. The,many !
:" I Thousands o! bales of coitf a few to create enlerprit-es and a demand I I I A Marshal and Ta* Collator to serve I : ronxnvIk I (Open d ibe! year d 1.5Oper[> day aad by

.,:r:: *, ;J. JOHN I-ROHOCK. Ijlng along the S&vannah rlyr for labor-then !blame them for I for one year. pooolallM'r work to Commercial 3

\ w .. 1'Ot, County: Commissioner ing higher water to be mo\& .' in cases. While It Is true that i, A City Treswer to serve for one ; PRIM HOIU men. J.a' SAMI'LE ROOMS xI
; \ it. many __ Pact like alma:c63.; Muni. rkrida.1 .
Advices Asheville
M..... M. R. JOHNS I' | the man out of work in the city has no rear.
' :. ;.I Hvnttc1c ,Western North Carolina hat I' Said election will be conducted as far
.:...c. ': !money to journf:. to a d'sta'! "t rural re ; .-.- -. a %-. .--.. .-w-
w' A. TONFIELD. | Mich a scarcity of water.: wid i as rrurtlrable In the same manner n
fam temporary
Kion; where he ma. oni.
oCldafa are Is provided by law, for conducting
t .I'B" SE 'ELIa : southern railway >rin.loMnent 11 Is also true that mangy ', gen- ---
TWEED ELL. I|, no little trouble on this account. who lead a miserable sort of life in jeral State and County elections. aiJr
'I In witness whereof. I have hereunto .. .
", 8choo<[Board I ---- the city could succeed in the country --O.L -
{ ELI SIMS DEFERENCE:' TO THE" affixed my name, and caused the City
$. be
; 4 where an honest living tan always
'- ..... Clerk to attach the Seal of the of kinds of Stuffare ;
I .. *. W. J. I I. earned by those who seek it arid who Many :1
Miami hereto, thIs 2flth of
day Septem-
.. -' 11,W. M. Why Is it that so many ; are not afraid of work As long as unbilled called
ber. A. D. 1904.
Apr --JL- young omen of the present, laborers persist In Rocking to I
itIn not polite to older peopleJi." the overcrowded cities there will be Stable Manures I
: lea than three weeks an election AUp Attetit: Mayor.M. ,
Nashville American. Idleness{ and poverty' among!: many of
rill be :Laid to determine whether the R. KELLUM. I
ContUUtion; or the big{ stick Is to pre- I to a few years ago, onfof, them even in generally prosperous City, ClwfcNOTICE. Dade County Farmers :f. f
) tinctive: traits of i'@finem times. ,
tnltblt during the nest
Tall country.
I breeding among young ladb a and Truckers
toor = .
yejra.Tb u_ I noticeable deference they al.ys EDITORIAL COMMENTS.
pro' : )! ed their elders, and to neglect Notice Is hereby riven tbat after the I
Republicans sending some of
Need the
Sure Best
{, : Massachusetts..Roo.svIt so was to write oneself dSf n adoption by a three-fourths vote of Its :
'*thelr haY tans into nodal scale as an underkfcrd Tbe Louisville Courier Journal T

.: la not veil popular la that Dem. "Wh the President stockholders after statutory notice,
and one whose people were. '! ( ) says: n astonished ,
j State .nd .Doaglaaj the Democratic with or ignorant of social etiquette.! the cour.n. by making Mr. and four weeks' publication the Miami Composted tad :'Well Rotted 1-:. ,
Ooveri la popular
; xomtne for The deference and almoe & I Cottelyou chairman of the Republican Mortgage and Guarantee Company of
It can only be had in one way. Address Box 135 Mami.| >y
I the-masses.. J II I manner of young people tgl National Committee the admirers of Miami will apply to the Governor of [

k ,Ii i f {\ I persons they met, was oflffW' S mythical' Roosevelt expl.>.. d that Florida to amend articles I. 3. and 7 E. .w.. G-: .Av SI w -

4: ," Howfrer the Republican leaders may tractive traits they pos & lie selection was made brcaun the I
I of Its charter to read ac follows
1' try"to ;.iicuse It, Itl[{doesn't look very vied with each other la i President was tired of the machine pol- :

} veil for Mr. CbrtelVoo.. a former and I proper attention to the faMf'.8s: itician and his methods. Now that the Article 1. The name of thla corporation CALL ON HUGHES & CO.,

prospective Cabinet Je1t1cer. to be plrou-I entertainment, on seeing]; f Vat true meaning of that selection has developed shall be, the .'ark onvllle Mortgage Who handle theMiami trade. ;

. Ulnj :round beggtag funds for the I ladies bad the best lIeaLt! the intelligent among these j and Guaranty Company, with' !

c Roosevelt campaign;!! This tort of business properly looked after .... K'mirer: of a mythical Roosevelt rtallz Jacksonville. Fla., as Its place of bust- .. '<
d esn't ret well! on the American I IAn met them. ) 5 ii j '. If they do nol openly admit how;' fleas 'I I .}rAmerica's

J'- stoma' I IY I I i For tome unaccountable l.jky; they were take In by their Article 3. The amount of Its capital !, - -

1 idol." shall be JiO.000.00; divided Into shares
II I has all been changed Q {ate
. .. teemed Missouri I contemporary I I I until BOW young lJie t of $100. Each to he paid for In cash I'' Most Perfect Wheel.;

-of aDIU, City paper published tllsI I Kopie very much as tbejr: ao The Philadelphia Record (Dem.) provided however, that shares of stock \

item: |The: business man of this city namely, use them when thlyj says: "Of course Mr. Carnegie Is going may be engaged by its members for The
.' who I Ii In the habit of hugging the Jot them tad Ignore their| to vote and work for IWo:>:VEt. Why purchase and 'future Irsje and delivery Raeyole. I
) had better quit or we win by regular deposits' thereon. I I i
hired its other times. They do Dot ; !! shouldn't he support the candidate of

\ !' publUfi[ his name.H Th next day enjoy the hospitality o( ); the party of Protection, which has en- Article 7. The extent of liability shall Differs from the bicycle. Pushes ore-four: h T V5

; 'twentjnieTen business men called at the fullest, without as nijuch ri bed the few at the expense of the not exceed the amount of capital paid

x .T 'the'ol|lce, paid up(their. subscriptionsnd a word to her except thai i any? Thanks to the tariff Mr. Car- 'n. or money! received or collected by easier, and is propelled the same way. ,,:('

} tild the editor not'to give any sentence when learlft&jof 1 jegle and his associates are enabled to the corn p.ny. i The ]less the friction, the easier the pus.n. .. j|
,attention to foollsb! stories night" | | 'ollect from American consumers on I Wttnets my hand and seal this 15th

i; iadleatons This same fOrce || jvery ton of steel sold In the United :lay of September. 104! ; The Racyde has less friction on its Crank Bearings .
and talk. Miami .
-y ;
Fro$i an :
rates bonus of dollars- ( ) FRED F. BRIGGS.
-uoo.'ru' veil ought to be done and sa) has D over seven i :> than other f f
r and c : be repre- the home circle. Mll. | Ills in addition to what Mr. Carnegie President Miami Mortgage and Guarantee I any bicvcle. i i :'

M, --- teats: at the JacjtaooTUle Carnival ( \.d the American manufacturers of Company. I ; ,
al '
attraction their mothers to do | jnds
..ntk., The aralral and vices for them and pelt wl regard as a fair profit when they Portland, wine, Sept 15 1904. I z1.1 TY1LD.g 'J "
be bluer
this season promise! for tt I i 11 their wares to Canadians, Englishmen Before me'personally appeared FredE. J I II- ,j
deny themselves r
'f;; 't'1P better than ever before. With this fact to well known the : I have '
comfort without so mlt a. : and Japanese. Why should Mr. Briggs ; me u an up-to-date plumbing establishment ,in
". : : reoomvBwiaCao -
} '*) *.it+aieattid the Metropolis" .can '' of 'irnegie: vote and work against a President oC :the MiamI Mortgage and ,,-,!"
4 la recognirices.
'y; <* ? better way to epend a few thank. yon Of ,course: alley that made aim a multl-mllllon- :Guarantee Cdmpany who acknowledges I connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and
all who
+'P'i,1', .'J pJeaaant'aot day had a thwb7 Tat: UOD.advising or those seekv rude and very nklad. | lnt reT He la against Jingoism and ex- hat he signed the above: notice and re- prepared to do the best work. Call and se< >. me. &
\ said
lave for the for the uses
than the pandas : but ue Is not averse to supply- nrn company
u take fesmtttM. uaoM more :
;lag $another to la the and g Jingoism with Its weapons nor to "id purposes therein expressed. .
; I. aroiaotera promtee>e a week of plea alt to such rudeness M. j.
$ *
> ''and recreetlom hatf Vowed this condition of aking 1200 per too profit on armor Seal) .ALBERT M AUSTIN i t 7
exdtement '* Pabllc.
Notary ,
ante. ue for battleships.
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The Real Estate and Rental Agents12th

Streetij Opposite First National Bank.

I ;' h-:. 3. Addition! Lot Bargains! fOI

,P&tt.xaa 1 n.a&I' '" I ; "
I i
T LAW. __ i .- fc ': ,t

I'I'I; / fw. ..d pcrfKttnf Fctfml DOANE & RAULERSON t 4'"'.

DEALERS IX A FEW weeks ago we advertised this property, and the result was that many of ou} :\? &<

i.f i O.BO: Miassi. FU.PT. ';! customers grasped tie; opportunity of securing suc'i bargains."Te have decide<1; : f.

11 .4 to place Seventeen more of these lots on the market, and helow will be ) :a..,
S1 1IT8. >* D.. I Live Bc.i Me t., Choicest Poultry.
Choice at
: 3 me ,fJ. Polite Attention a list of a few particularly tine ones in this addition. founf iJ i

Office with 14 0_dorm**?. and dressed poultry FAIR TREATMENT' :
.... '
m.. *idtdCM* 14th IItraaJ 1 T
Araer Aft C ':i

!'j-;:' itlA4 FLORIDA.JJB : 4 ,f'Sp'ecfal
,!_ J.I ,. J lDcceuon: to C. IU'lE'lOIl I
b CO. who..t.t>lt.hcdthc neat*..l- i

J. 1C: JACKSOH, n.. Corner 13th St. and :.Ave.., D ...here !. I8i .' : SeventeenLot .1 i 9ri

I OFfICE ; j

Y- ,
z MIL4. | Sale.
; I

QRV... B. RUSH World Fair Rates I .: r T, ,, wx'1 _.. .. .. i iD ,
I r ... .. '
r' hPbone !W.
street, ;

3 wz:I Office Residence J2JMth, 3 S08 ItLh> 81-1;I MIAMI.i!!, FI.A. !'" Via 1tI. t {k -; } .:.: !D 500 a

:., ::1 :. ll .oi..

The LJ$ & N. R. R. Y 9 : :;;

r. w. BACKUS, t::rT.Plan. : ,.j.f i yt3= x a .g. Q 7 p s..
1 f!
''J aaS "C"C., !, '
and DeUlU Made \
8 ifr .
of Al Rind., Fine "C-r p.lli
L4 for Billings :; !
Beaidenoea a Specialty. Excursion sale tgc, .r'.r'-' aC.t is>s+rr ;I it.. II: 11 vtr
now on daily '
!|0rnct 131$, AVENUE D. Tickets\ d r, ; s Yb S' o Z. e a it! t

*& : II from Jacksonville to) St. !1Ioc.:II "Lt J.f s .77r
z. slew :eQgetS.a"lr1 : M uis and return e -ir siiPfii s- .. ; t '

g St s F.
4065. . . > Return Limit December 15th. -1:10.:10-: S; .

iF.rR.oftie 33.90 . |J 1. . . Return Limit 60 days CAN OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE PLOT 100x150 (2 LOTS). :, I: (; 5 i i' (

Off\c f*'o. 43Z th St.i 1 11 Ita-I. FlaDaoea. 27.00 . . .1 i . . Return Limit 15 days THESE GO TOGETHER, BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS WE HAVE THE FOL t ;t ai I :; f
,.-. : .
t f1 f-
1'- :i : i w 8
... aI q'Ioa }
.JI.T..r.Ea. ..at 0auI"-. ;Ii '. The L. & N. ii,| the best line to St. Louis LOWING. .:1 :" i ;J-:; : .:

f "' lot 48x140. |50.00-|10.00 down and 14.00 monthly. :! : If" '"
DtfiXEMO.Metropolis ,, 4 ,
WALTER C. 5 lots 60x140. $65.00 each. $10.00 down and ".00 monthly. I :' : OJ i !
schedulls and reservationsJ. !. i t
For rates, sleeping car i :
-1 4 Iota C0xl40. $70.00 each 10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. :: : I If :..
AroJ11'teo't.t t- J Iota (0x140. $75.00 each. 10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. :: : -E :w '
i :
n 4 Iota, 60x140 $80.00 each. $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. :: : : l: \\l

i t : U. FLEMING f | C. L STONEr 1 lot, 60x140 $85.00. $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. : ; :s i ; w, ;: t

'Rooau-;"; building. Us ..... AIms W. Stf' Jackjo aTflle. G. P. A Rt 1c.Infl'l.) ill.. i ....

p| Hours 8 jollZ: jj; Miami. Fla. to. id' :.'; :. I. w :: = 8 .

-= J2?" It will be Impossible to hold any of these Iou off the market-we :' : ,! g : : .t ,

RH. SEYMOUR want to give equal opportunity to all and every order accompanied by first .: (; d i 't s

:Law payment will be promptly filled u received. FlU eat and 10. tt '
F ttorney_at I'' Do You I Intend To Build andSAVE U 1

s praLee: I. aH .Ioe "' u4 hdrral 11 f I! :MO.A..I..LrSTER-: : 7
'Will ; P'-, MONEY? : : : : ElI

I A xaKr. ILLII j I l3VI'I'E 4 BA.I': I=TT : 3ZTIZ. Z2.TC#. -
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-8,; ft INFORM THE in whio all..branches of the Building a : : : :)1, .'lOT1t .

le Shor. ? T des are represented. The f R
'Whitf1E.a .
: i members of this association cheer- I I I rt -

:: J'ij Four ci !rs. Ball[ No Wailil1l; Contractts fully will furnish planb.8pt'cifica -- ---'--- -- -- -' tip, "

t Best, Ser\ City. I i; tions and estimates. Address I WAS IN DANGER FORMATION OF HAIL. be used la the etect1onn,of .,ci laD1:; :

$ COLBY i.' tf\\ The formation of hall occurs under and pre department b21 t tt-.s. .
Contractors Association, I Agent Len LoBaron of the underwriters : co.i'liUoDs which can bnly be surmised 2nd. Tea
AssocsaLIon thousand VllWO dollirtt.E
T..ltr stt-t. (
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,'"- MIAMI.-FLORIDA J this morning received a report I I but the alternations of opaque and In cit ybonds. to be due tweet .

i R. eUa1318 L HitClubbing 1 ..w.r.n W_ from the light Deeper at Fort Lauderdale I transparent layers of Ice show con- from the date of Issuance of IaId; .a.
: Fla., statins that the tug Som- j -hifively that very violent contrasts of the ;
I Gradate OftteUi I t>roceedsf0f which art to bt ttsel '. ::.
men N. Smith bad Just passed thatp.nt eiuperature must exist and that the In the
making and parla of ..
w. c. displaYing her signal letters and Htone pastes alernately and repeatedly
not :
I I ,heretofore paved within the wen JI I
a '. : Fcu mea. with a pile driver In tow. The from
D.1fes\to keeper moderately high to freezing tem- settled
i portions of
Rates. I the said dry f4 )Q.'i "
'Slum lorttdi Pitted: ]| (; : also added that the tag was In the peratures. It would seem probable that \asnl. ;; Florida. ".; .

fitches, Clous, J w.''erj. it midst of a very boisterous weather just hall Is generated by the meeting of M, Three thousand $3.000) d" .
at that time and appeared to be having (cold very dry. and possibly descending
Ii In bonds, payable In ;
twenty the :
very hard trouble In keeping off the currents, with moist and warm aa-
c.iq. CARROLL. beach. Cfnding ones.Various I i proceeds of which shall be used to the .
purchase of a chemical engine and
4 l' 1eseeken' Agent My list of Mr. LeBaron at once wired the underwriters theories have been advanced otaler -
The Bo 1 { necessary Are apparatua for all :
Country Pro rty cannot be The of Dade will all the I of the Information he wu : concerning the formation of hailstones
CUy and: people Cminty want news l cltfj :
price- Come In receipt of. and It Is the opinion thai' none of whlcL. however are considered .: :\.. : }.
to Quality & i
beaten aa $ this It.Is to Uie an interesting be- I And -
seed Ton may die money and year as one the tug. which U. well known here was as entirely satisfactory. Volta broached that said election win be 114
and cause of the cf ctions.'I' In great danger' the theory that hail pellets were In j in the city: of Miami. Florida oa th.
satisfaction. .
future The weathrr-around the Florida'' a state of constant oscillation\ between I i 24th day of October. A. IX 1904. at I:-th4 ;"-

% C. C. ICARROLL: coast! as Indicated In the weather 1 I two oppositely electrified clouds In'' regular hours of holding,electloM'la' *' '

J Rotary' Public l National State and County man's report to-day. Is extremely dan- -.....h corulf'.isation was constanly goIng I the offlce> of the Miami Transfer 'Aim*' ti

& PKff. 214. 4 Do Bet StCWOIiJ. naD!> SJlUJs. gerous for vessels) of all classes, and in on. and that the stones grew In Paul at No. 229 Twelfth ttnet. sad .: ,

4< 'I view of the unfavorable condition Of''j| sue until they, fell to the earth by1 l that the Inspectors for said ele= loa_ ;t":

II i ii j the seas just now It would not be surprising Kravitalio. Von believed that hlal- are,named u follows: H. C Bodga,, .!J.

GEe). L. McIOXALDCOfcOAKUT to hear of some serious accident''1 stones are always whirlwinds arounda C. p. Leffler. W. L. Keller and 'thai yI

c I. ,CIil rI The Metropolis to the tog namol. I horizontal axis whereby central currents -I clerk\ of said election Is named Iii CJ 'J

.1: lttrvavia.t.d SttljNdisal jta.d'> a .,....Ity The Sommers! N. Smith was used on j carry the growing hailstones Gra Ung. I Rl x }'

11 GR tE.: FLA. Has whereby it can offer I Pensacola bar si a pilot boat for sometime I! around tad around alternately Into I[I The ballot of said election ban read:. '_

I} such attractive rates for various newspapersthat and the pretty craft has many : cold and hot air. whence gravitation ,!| "Ballot for special election for tAt ... : i

#I there be for admirer In this place. After doing': eventually brings them to earth. The nuance of bonds field In the City) of C":
ARE2Y.OU no excuse
JGOING' people remaining "
I service here for some time she was I growth in size and structure of hail' Miami Florida. October 24th. lfX:: ) g
in as to the of
is { ignorance
y' j' old to Philadelphia parties, and on is shownby :ts concentric layers, and 1904." 'n

;J h 'or1 est ? the year. I, : her present trip Is supposed to have a makes It evident that the atone passes For bonds In the sum of Tweaty- i

,. t i 1 contract for delivering a pile driver I at least as It has separate layers from thousand (120,000) dollars for dty haOL. ,

s; ''r Nor -THEI'LiainUlo !ii;'t for the government work at Dry Tor- a stratum of air having. high temperature ,I' Against bonds In the turn of twenty : .4,

RATES. I 'u u. From the weather map thesteamer to one having a correspondingly thousand, (120.000). dollars for city kalL ..
1 & hymO i experienced the heaviest part I' low one.-American Weather. ALSO "3- % :<.
lor the
storm which has been raging; I 1 '
For bonds la the sum of tea tho-
.. Railroad I for more than a week.-Pensacola
j THE BEST Doc roa
t : j land $10.000) dollars for pst1ag''
The Daily Metropolis News (Monday), { 1
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O1aesoellfld piaiengeraerate.: C. Horton Sulphur Spring streets.j
One Year I This Is prohatly a mtstar.e. and It I+ | "
trains evrl fug Pullm and l Texas riUs. Julyl'th. l to: "I ha,'. j I *
Against bonds In the
+ Modefn I |: | more than likely the tug was the 'R'ib7 sum of tea
up-to-date coaches, free te- used .n ui) family Ballard' Snow Lint i thousand
sleepers; (110.000) dollar for
Ham F. McCauley Savannah to thl-. paring,
'cllalacfebllr! esr+, "' ,, din' "nr errs I Daily j i imes-Union $10.00SemiWeekly :' meat crd Horehound Syrup and the; sir'lets.i .
t port with the Roes rhl..1| (*r ('?p I:' ,
Dortberaiand; berg clli. ava yrovid certainly aati .
{ fa.tory.
: ;4': 'el.eet I ton the rtoounrrs N Smith or ujI Thj j I ALSO true
The IDeal dinlnflearjierf: Ice:'In the Times-Union lir.iirtt! is the best we hive ever uses
South. | it I "5.50 I other tug coul't have weathered the j Cur headaches and paloa. The cougt '|j ) bonds la the sum of three thOlli. ; ;, ,
Bell Through Tickets YSaf j storm r"', .. il'lp') rt"'vcr in to. and! .. sand ($3.000) dollars for Ire apparatus) : .-
All Agents is with I HI. ru;' n teen our doctor tor tile las I It t
Weekly Metrop Semi-Weekly Times as the :Lc&'liiiig; ; : of such a irafr :.v not ,i :i Against bonds In the sum of three/ ; r.'
t1 glt )IUTV"2&c; 511<:. $LUll. Sold b> !
= t f L.1. Union .-J'J $2.00 been i.; ,..t> I. the pro: '/:,11:1.: i at lt | lied l niEXCVRSIO.N" Pharmacy I I Ia thousand ($3.000) dollars for fire appa, grates
rl was tit .I' uif.v i iM made .tr r. 'l{
,Mr+ 8&_ Schedules. ,Sleeping Car With Atlanta jotf al twice a week '2.25 I I .,.
Notice Is ep.
hereby liveD that oa $ I
.t jjUserraacca.' Apply With Weekly pt Beach News' 2.00 EOND ELECTION NOTICE. TO JACKSONV'LU: 1 tembV 15th 1904. the City; Council of i

: ;i. M. Flemtng' t Notice la here I'" given that a spew The secon J annual Trailer Carn-vat i iil. Miami. Florida, at the regular .ei.oa- .,,;,
? i e p.a+ "aloe ASsa$. I election by the, regular voter aol tb | be held in Jack ..-.ivllH durlns the I thereof authorised the special eleetio .;'ro',.
* t-f.. riM 4awtw 1 ,......" ....n. all city of Miami. Florida who reside b week beginning: October 24, 1904. and'he of bonds u stated la this notice ass
subscribers rnfist back dues
:!; Old before I
_s pay they said dty.; and who own real wtat j Florida East Cja Rail r.v. heal!by resolution authorized the aadeniga-
e- t, t I 111\'- I I I 111 II 11'1 I'j can take advantage of these offers and cashin thereto *<.<. who have paid their Mph I authrolzed a rate of one fare p' .II ed committee to act la regard to the,

y'r i Ti ii( friends if OrtHniied Labor. advance ;tnust accompany all orders for for the PJIM year due thereon. w mi i ithorlxe | twenty-flve cents far the rjqn'l t.Ip.; calling of-said election and that; bac

Ii I' that these combinations. the city council of the Citv v l Tickets will be sold for all trains t> :c- object of said election la to detennU

M Wtiwectf nr u1.atore remwat to Miami, Flur.da.!! tiane bond li- rb>i ber 24 to 2( Inclusive, and for trains whether or not the said dty It Waal. ;' to
vpoa entering 1&ADDRESS Interest *<* zeeedlnc the lens *... scheduled: to arrive at JaefcxonrtUe I--;! Florida, shall Issue bonds ';
la the
; sum* 1
'a Madly
mike : purchaseyou: of the State of ,Florida, for the following l fore noon October 29, with anal Uiait' and for the purposes hereto ..... ?'
3> - purposes the following amount ] "
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{ I Frederick. Om.
: .; totOIi: to.wit: I Ililt. I The rate tram Miami win be ,".: I ,
3. B. Lunaus.F.
S" $. .
r: -ha: Clerks'Utsraatlonalf Miami Metropolis. Trrectjr thousand (120.000)( In *.>r the round trip. 111.$1 W. Baha. *, '

-f- :UU z\n JCamL Ian In bonds payable twenty yean J. D. I Members of eooadl eonstltntlnf. :' ,

,a? ...", ptp AIeOd 111'1 tloB. 111.t," -j fciiiassaisiESfc from date of Issuance I of aid Bonds tt i -\sst Gen. Piss. Aft thortod eowailtte. \: .:f'' !
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1 [[Men's Clothing On June 1 we bpiight the business of Anthony Bros., and while the past six months ShoesSHOES

I J' BIG LINE have been what .we all term the dull part of the year, !we are glad to state our business SHOES SHOES SHOES e

Of MeD' $10.00, $12.00, and $14.00 Suits, Bargains (or Men's Boys' ladles, I
has beyonc bur expectations each month showing gain last of:
all placed on the counter.'Your choice I gone greatest a over year ; Misses' Children's. and Infants' tit."f

f Of.. these at from 30 to 60 P9fl cent. On November 1 we start taking our. first inventory and in erestest values for the amount of '
money we have ever offered sine betas
( a$... $4.S5 $5.95 $5.95 |!$5.95 $5.95 starting this grezt tl, sale our object is to clean up as much: as possible all summer leftover !.i In business. -I

I' odds and ends, broken sizes and out-of-style goods. fai

: ; [ $5:95: ; I
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0.1.f. '"SiAS 11.95.: $!i.9i: $595i ', $1.95 'fS 'g.:.'.:..[L Boys' Suits. Ladies. Shoes and Oxfords 1!!

:: \ }_....z, lI I Sales Begin Oct. 22 I .

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l: i :t ti I I Free Free FreeTo LADIES' SHOES, LADIES' OXFORDS.One I'. 1 : 4.

< table of Oxfords, Sandal and #

,-.-......',. every boy and girl calling at our store Shoes In Tlcl kid. patent kid etc. Such

r"r -i before 12 o'clock Saturday morning we brands as "Our Mabel." $Us. $2.00; ,
l.tl One lot of .1 pairs of Men's Shoo, .
will free balloon. patent kid sandal $1.60 and $1.76;
give a neat toy :
," broken sizes. In rid kid. box calf and
"Olvmpla $1.50 and $1.76; VKorona.
otherleather. Such makes) as W. L.
I $1.50 and $1.75. Any Shoe In this lot
"1r 1. I IP Ib I AU boys' suits (knee plaits) worth Free Free Free Free for $1.20 I Douglas $2.60 and $3.00; Weber Brat i '
$20 $3.00 and $3.50; Packard' tuG ,
$2.76. $3.00. $3.60. and $' *1,tt go at
$2.45 $us $us f 143 }'tics 12.45 These Shoes win not lest long at tab
'. Our entire stock of Krlppendorf Oxfords
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a price and you see we bare bat few.Your .
f ; Ni asN CLOTHING and shoes and other maUl, i choice ................: ;1.95 :
'e ; 45
.-' p w $2 worth $2.50 11.15..d $3.00. Tow
;, choice while these last for ..... $1,95
hX i li.u '.4: 12.45 ;..'5l.4S:; $2.15 H CLOTHING ti

j. Greatest Bargain.The .
'. .y oy.lI':
; ,, ,. 'j. ". 133 Suits of Men's Fine Clothing! createst cut In hlghpric Shoesfor f<
the money we're heard of. We
f I 8e itq made by Alfred Benjamin & Co., and have placed our entire stock of Krlp i iI
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IWtRS 4e1 NDtYOIK sold in all stores for $15. $18. and $20. 4 pendorf$3.50.. all to ro$4.00.for$4.50.this less and than$5.00 cost Oxfords I v

fy iitri CI IIIiI iJ.H. K. 1 price of .......... ........... I i iI I
V1 such as blue serges, flannels, fancy I U.951 iI Itt
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: homespuns worsteds, etc., as long
+ Pia. as ; Hosiery
1 "" ..1.;. ParilsPANTS ( I they last. Our price to close, ; HOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERY .zfr

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I' ShirtsTHE
Jt 1 The first time In our history we have
;The createst variety, the neatest patterns Rte K
TALE OF A nUT had a sale in our hosiery line. One
|.nd: the best Taloes $9 55 Smartsac't
you ever
You know there Is nothing.so close to price for all. O a laid onr eyes upon. {Two hundred
a man's heart as his shirt 'i Then why w and $1041 goo rap threads, fancy
k aad aereatr-two; pairs of j mixed worsted f t4a1 not buy a good one? Wa t>lT"r till nf designs mere Ph silk, etc jour
an i| wool worsted, serjes,-flannels. choice, '
300 shirts at this low Such
P.'KJB. as
homespun,. *te. Our |j special retaIlpricef" \ '. >. ) lot of Men's
"New Columbia. 'faJe&t..4.r: "i 1'dipsc"and 35 rur ; : p viRS FOR $1.00. ne Shoes In better
thete Is $%.%5, $2. 0, $2.75. and One lot of Young y.
"Lion" brand. AU regular uJe and more for flee dress wear, y.t
to at,...i][. 'Bros. $3.00 nad ,a,50 felts II
10 I.95 > -
: $ $1.50, $1.75, end $2.00 lIel "", m every I j"IIUd. patent kid. box calf etc. Such
A 'I 1 lot or
I hats. In light colors and IIm fancy hoes in good "
city. Your choice at t makes as "Walkorer. $4.00; Packard's$4.0nj
h brim, while pattern ular 20c. 25c, and 35e 1
nlnet r narrow they ;;: ariety. "
vOn'hundred and one of much f "N. A B. $4.00 and $5.00; Florshelm -
lMt..... Yo ir choice while they last
bette*trades..0a. one worth.I.s than 95 "'$1.95 |' $t.OO and $4.50. AU of these to
r. $35 04 Host of them bring' N.00, $4.60. cts. I rp Rt .IScts. Pair goat .... ..... ........ $2.95
and'HUM. While they last at ,$2.95 f, ( I -II 1 ; .1. M
B. Stetson and
PANTS.. PANTS PANTS. PANTS Knox $5.00 and $6.00 Monogram and tan and black Hose I
r H ,' I worth the world over 15 cents per pair
; Felt Hats, the best In ', .
'fl clothing i the world, your choice one price 10 CtS.
Boys I
m : { at ...... ... $3.95 I
B lOtf' CLOTHING BOTH CLOt9nNG ; Sensitiooil Biriilis .bit ire Limited. r.r

,An.inure stock IumJ $In two priMIIYoucboIce' A few $1.75. $%,)0, $2.60 Felt Hats all styles, but mostly light colors I Sweet Orr A Co. and Railroad Orer- f
of any boy's' suits (knee and narrow brim (or .-.;.... $1.45 alls Worth everywhere 75 cents, our
k' ; pants} in the noose at II IIflS ) price Is 55 cents. Only two pairs to a ,
$335 $3f3 it. 100 Golf and Yacht Caps, never sold for less than 75 cents $,
$356 In
; I customer one day.
!; H : all to go for the low price of .'..*}Q ds
t'e a

; P '3' ..t1j5 s Conch hats, from Nassau, sold In all stores In Miami for 15 cents and Scrlven's Elastic Seam Drawers I II

'x r 1p. O MM :20 cents our price Is ..*.. 10| ds worth 75 cents. our price, .. 55 cst I I Ii
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$2.a few 1 On! tv,o pairs to a customer (In one ,
$105 II
;-s ri3a.' 13.t5
:'r : Under no circumstances will goods at prices advertised I day. i i
All,Colon, ; U't .-
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( I I' i be charged or put on hook or slip; we would

')All sixes materials. :I Shirls not credit the IJresid* nt t f the United States at Char'tt, Peabol t: Co' famous Collars I
? More worth 15 (cents sold In many : .
:Worth $ .OO" $6.00, and $..01). these prices Remember, every article we advertise :
placefor 25 cents each. Our low
=*r. ;" : Not a Shirt In this .lot(that can be:Jwfc have in our house today. price Ii .. ... .. .. ..........10 Cts i I
;'Boys mad for the price: they I sell In all
i Knee i Pants. ($ BB iiBBBisBBBBBB BBji a a sjB BBB ea a a BB a a a a SB e a sBaWB B Bi iiiis ai
I large cities for 6!c, 89c, ai4 jl $1.00. Our Only I o to a customer in one day.

'A 11_ boys' knee pants!:,to go at 20 l ercentdfacoant I 45 moving CENTS price 45 CENTS: 45' CENTS i Sales start Monday Oct. 22. I Genuine I Edwin Clapp's Shoes.
i 1 I Gurots' Suspender, worth 50
__.#. pants for ......j 1;...... ...i. :'1 and Close Monday. Nov. I.I I. I I""nl.Old in many !places for 75 cents I Edwin aapp's Shoes most more .
$L2$ pants for ..... ,"' z 45 O I Our low price .. .......... .. ctjj with the procession also. Your choiceof
$l.o| pants for, ......4..1. .j U C t PJy. I 35 I any of Edwin Clapp's Shoes la our
,'t.TJ pants for ...-.. .... .. .60- d s.l y.H!I Inc ones who come early get the best pick. j' Only one pair sod! to a customer In store all $6.00 and $7.00. during this f
's u90 pants for....._......: ..... .10 ri i CENTS 45" 5 CENTS -one da>. Mlgflr ........ ...... ...... $4.95

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I THE The Bay Vied Hotel U being rcnalfrd- I The season's supply of coal is being A new dock is betug built on the ;: 225 T Hfia SIrNL FRANKLIN COLCMAN BUSH Director. ;

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DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. and renovated for the season's lounetbuBlD8111. put in the Hoyal Palm Hotel Other outh side of the river opposite the j -- -- pNunally'S

.... ,".... T' fi; activity is beginning around the big Drake Produce Co's. warehouse for the j !!tTttttttt't1rtt'T1'tT11tf11t1tf11f11tTtt11tttt1ttttttt1ttt' !! # !! !! "! '11G
t 4 house and grounds and in a short timea landing of small boatsand yachts. C 3

I HAIL 8CBJDt1L1LJ1i : V.-C. Tiptop tertll'xer-the best Oil large force of workmen will be at I
Who is YourDruggist
earth. vu I Itt The framework of the third of k'c
; story j
\.....: it work preparing tl for the accommodation The
A trine from the North +tt Drake Produce CoL. of guests early in January. Sturtevant blnldlng On Avenue D, is ?

I ., ;!oo a. m.Up.s. being erected. This; building will be CANDY :1
: R. S. Nelson, of Jackson ife' quite aa Imposing structure when com-
Mr. E.'Gottfried is from Lar-
: up Key
,dose for the North: among the visitors la the city todavjnbusiness. go to purchase tomato plants to replace pleted. j I bPure Biscayne I
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*:U&_.. those destroyed by the recent hurri
':11 p. st whp cane. Mr. Saunders who 1s In charge I =
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Douglas 1:11 The following papers were filed for 3
-fc of Angel Fish Key, Is also up on the I
now In the North are expected d record la the clerk's .omce of the Circuit E Drug
same mission. The salt water destroyed I
All of .
about the first of next month. Court today: E our Urugs.Chemicals
I. TOWN TOPICS. I\: 1 1Jas. 4E. h all plants on the keys practi- I and ;;e i.
,. cally. Warranty deed Jennie M. Osban and .3
are Y
..'...-.----------- .:d !Gottfried Mrs. a E. Holly husband to Robert W. OI1ban'for $400 I C This Store Co. preparations 3E .

PuLeb promlneat dtuen'. orDus. both prominent people of Ann AtB hr, The train crew arriving h.re last lots 11 and 12 la sub-division lot I, section has the S Our methods'are -
Mich. are in the city and mar *P fiW 36, township U south range 4-j commended ;;e
I .
: .. .. U the elty today. night!: reported a washoot on the railroad E SOLE I
the winter. east by all reputable 3'
south of Fort Pierce which accounted AGENCY C .
1 J. Aberattfeg.
] Letters. patent State of Florida to E phrnicians.
ombB'aooxa RJc.no. stnThe e b7IIUWIuWWW
POUR FOR for the delay of trains trom the t 3'
little speeding launch Aha Ji Joseph A. McDonald. John B. Reilly I|
1:, _Apply! .Boom'Ci Hatehett BulMlng. Booth yesterday. The washout baa been '::::
out the of the
on war and George A. McKlnnon capitalizing I* JfWI
repaired but as yet the trains art not I j tiitniiinittitniiHiiintit uiuiiuiuuuiiuiUKi
Boat Works having a new skagiandother the J. A. McDonald Co., with a
> County Judge A. E. Heyser left this : running at full speed, great caution e&Pltall
l lVirginiaCeoltna
made. i
| stock of $24,000. The company Is chartered -
: morning lot West Palm Beach to look ;. being exercised: to guard against accident 31
to do a leDerailumber and buildIng -,
> 'after his. property Interests there -St. Augustine Record. '.
Chemical Cps.. material business with its principle'place
; -': special bracts for special crops i of business In Miami. )
WANTED.-Pear MIlL Wilson ft The crew of the big Ross chisel SPBCiAITr
t-t tt Di-vke Elvira( Y
I If + Produce Co. Warranty deed, 8. Huddleston .
dredge are busy getting the craft in
and wife to Nannie B. Cooley for $600
condition to begin cutting the rock I
; Chas. Lejune. of Cocoanut Crocus in I : : I lot 6. block
; << 40. Miami.
: In number '
1 The dty prisoners eight : In torn today; greeting friends land! from the new ship channel in the bay. I I I
under Snpt-Hardie.jtre engaged 'W .. transaetlrg businees. : thfl'I'
In cutUngdov the .ee<1s and making !, chisels Immense destructive I

0;: : 4u .', Avenue t" J. A. DANn "
imyrovrmn tr
-, FOR RE"T -My cottage at "Cecil The dredge will be put to work as soon ,

s (Praps" on ih. bay in the Brlckell ham: I as In condition, probably on the other j I inst. w.stt a .

FOR SALE CHEAP: !j 1..0..1. Fur.iishinl or unfurnished. A.cJI side of the oay following up the suctlon Scho0Books

'. 'OPEN Ll'lrlTER, 6 by 11 FEET. I I, dregs; I I IMm I dredge now removing the surface
Just,the -1"t'Jor river. Api i j j'BoxJL I
use on > > Mrs Mnrfcirpt: Arnold Croon.I I II I II .substance. I
i I I I I
.J -
'. ilk. to your ce'ehbor "ho ltas\usel i i Mrs.. J. P. Sawtelle returned boron I .1;;;. :::;c.JO.JO: ;;), ,.J tCCCrJ.Y"'- ::o
i '
FOR SALE. -8 H. P. Marine GIN
i I,I V.-C Tip Top, befoo Lu;> mg your,'Cer.i I last night from Ashburnham, Mass.,
Une Engine, ftI5.no. delivered. Address i ANDSCHOOL '
j i
,Fred J. B. ('fuge. 1105( East tuvalL j ( I j 1 1I I where she has been spending the past The Hudson
; t-t+U Drake Produce Co. four months with relatives and friends. SUPPLIES. Bicycle.
Street Jacksonville, Fla. I I '
L ill
Ii I Mrs. Sawtelle reports that the weather
.. "I' I j i Mr. Then Knocb has gone to T
.. I', Elliott In the North and East is getting decidedly ..:ets,
}f A satisfied customer is oar best ad- Key to look after pineapple slips whtcf.I I I
wlnUrish and says that the Conpo itiofl Books
Tertisement | I his firm is shipping to Cuba in largt I
.' BusS ft Safford Piano Co. I I quantities. > night before the left Ashburnham that Peaxa Boxes Is Built to Ride.

r I -- t snow fell, hence the fact that she U I Peas.. Peaols i The choice of professionals, because it is

;,llayor Gearge0 curie and R. T. State prison guard T. E. Bridges shine more than glad to get back to the sun- i iI States, the Best wheel made. ill m
.y J .trlPt.: of Sweat Palm Beach are arrived In the city this morning from balmy FloridaI Rulers, 1905 model $45.

:'d;;. la the city today on business legal! and Ocala and rill leave tonight for the eD.1 I laks, Ctc.
J' ; .'otherllise. |, phosphate mines with fifteen prl!: I Leo Mathewson. a well known r'r'Doll't r'q

convicted at the present term of liner of the Florida East Coast Rail- :; Second Hand

f;. :Remember, t.1}e meeting-of the ,Cemetery I and sentenced to do time' ranging; way met with a painful accident on his'I' : in Exchange.Books Taken Throw, Away, )' Your Old Tires.

t Assodstlon next Thursday night one rear to lit* engine while south this morning which j

:.f 'This should t interest ID'JUud I resulted in the loss of part of four I
every person. I \Ve can vulcarize them and make tluinTIMK
< iK I Virginia-Carolina Chemical c4 L fingers two on each hand. His fingerswere
< :i' new.Vearethe only pe..k, ( e
,k complete fertilizers are beat for X11I caught in the link of the eccentric iRACKEjESTORE.j i
'1... < in Miami who vulcanite] Tires. 'd
-: J. H..Cheat im, who has been North I growing crops. Endorsed by the bJSst draw-head while he was examining!: I I .

,on.a slDess4and| pleasure trip, returned I farmers every here. |. that part of the machinery. Mr I Aye__ D.Oflcc.near W. H. CUAILLE a M>.\,
i(' home last night While iaway t-t- -tf Drake Produce COM, Mathewson came In on the morning l I II j Ezpmui Prnprietnn

: I rain on a litter, and removed -- -. The Hudson Cycle Co.
', .Mr. Cheathamf'jrarchased his Itock ot I i iI I was to -- ,
.Ian end wlnte>r&OOd" I|i I The damn*,' by i-lorm to &e WeStrn I('iie. railroad hospital.-St Augustine

..' 'I | .. t.:1l10D.1 a'.on: ;; II..- mart 'n$;t j I' Record. The Metropolis mentioned the ;Take, the Big Boat. 1005 Avenue D, Opp. Ullendorff Block. Miami Fin.OOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOoOoOOOOOoOoX.

'L .WANTED.-Lady or eer.tlemisn of'have. been ..vr ...xle.lil1111.1 MKCtliltut 1 accident Wednesday, but could not '

!'<:i\fair educ Uoaio< uavel tor a item m hilt two 'If'1'i of top" MX we tt:<,11'j [learn just how Mr. Mathewson received !{I :

1250,000 capital;' Salary 1.072 per year working to Javkmmv.ilv All rf f"lh<.. Injury except that It was by thui i s

; :and expensesppaid; weekly. Address wires to We;: Tuiui l>.oMocuUC m wdF! machinery. :i I The CLYDE will make regular trips

; 'JL Perdval. Miami.! Fla. It | but beyond that point the Be"leosroJDel b>- ,: / I,{ dally to the Beach, leaving the Stone

Dock at 2.00 p. m., landing at the new
t; 't ,. limited. v Youngs'
'. :Ilr.. Barns her mother and song Geo. 'tj BUSINESS LOCALS.w1it11R51ir12f. ferry dock juct north of the jetties. Pharmacy!

'of Ann ArborXlr.h., who arrived In W : where every faulty Is furnished for I
Miss Willie Hahn who has ; 'good bathing, and the Beach i the city last night from their northern : is being en- I >
; tome,went down to Cocoanut spending the simmer with relatives Headquarters fancy CJ'OCItntrulta | tlrely cut off by the training wall from and selected stock. We '
i. grove homi A complete carefully luy our irugn in
South Carolina Is expected ,to- at Wilson A 'the .
-tr. Flyc's. 7
ii this morning they will spend the : treacherous current from Norris : small quantie and often so we can alwa\ hare them ,.... and
tI t- I
.i 'winter. were I morrow night. She will be accomp : Is your sewing machine: oat of order? Cut Inlet there is none of that undertow i kert. Our cu..tumtr,,;:et the benehtof thi* am I are always satisfied
nled by her aunt Mrs. DeCamp: tiid !
>! I Let W L.. Duughtry repair it He I which makes sea bathing so daDgf'rouL I '
daughter Miss Marie who will be the I age &4tUt( j41\C! 9 fi141\.
ai A TerV interesting session at the I ,knows how. 1005 Avenue D. t
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hahn dnrlpg I I ._. _
:rjsxle County Old Maids' Club waaj held 1 I No channels to follow going over; no

tVrs. Cary s n Ninth street yester- !the winter.- jU MIAMI, FRANKLIN CONSERVATORY COLEMAN OP BUSH MUSIC I I long walk after yon ret there, and I T : I: ro3en Q&mtits_ : : : ''Iw't

will be heldJwTerr.Tneadayiesid [ i
4aT.. Regular meetings j I
; Thursday at three 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. F. BOM and BOno., !*, DIRECTOR. Z25 TWELFTH STREET: I!'ONLY 25 CENTS FOR THE I at the >-..da fountain. Special l creamy.and sherbets Saturday '

y 'clock. prompt until further notice. I own considerable property here; ijnl 1 ; MONEY TO LOAN Dad i afterni..'n.. and evening.. "'f""n' +r patronage and wil.
Apply to
;{. : !I who are now having another handsome i ROUND TRIP. alwayeudear.'r to ...-e that. ::e best in our line. yi
County Security CoM. T. Drown, o.H. I "
'fi: (.an' Ie 1Real'Barplns; for the 1 I reddence erected on Avenue B between .
B. Shaw of m Twelfth stieet I I
|Bomeseeker in;:both city and country.J; Sixth and Seventh streets, returned I Personal Attention Meese D. I*, Daer;Nsnk sf fnt Olft I

"c. C. Carroll the Honieseeker's Agent| th's morning from thlr home at Pe- Needle for all kind of sewing machines '
to all W. YOUNGS
.wpma'!214 Avenue D, between Second I to'kT. Mich and will remain here air at W. L. Daughtry1. 1005 Avenn give prescripfioas :: PROP..
u4 n1r4 .ueia. I winter.;: D ; .J l .
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THE COLORED, PEOPLE :; ... .;- -::' :.-:::::::: t .

'. | | SoutHerii's all

a ,. KE1E j. AND ELSEWHERE .TIC That Suited f.im : wa-t.

lkr't f$:.v i 'h,' I iltraryI 4-1 ,
,. and as a result) wee f\\
Mr. TltUii Thomas left on tbla morn- ; working 'Information of Interest to the Prospective Settler Route
now Iff .'

n,+ '; In train t.for OJu-) !!. :j FOUR MEN TAILORS ; j Conceruiug Miami and the Southern Best Line to St. Louis ti, ;k;

1 Mr. os. L,, Hall of Lemon City ; in order to keep ahe| ,fof Portion of Dade County.So Superb
o dining service
mat in the c esterday. has car
our orders. All this I I _

r i.h ;, Mr.' M. T. MitcbelKU now completingbin been brought about. by Stop oars: going and returning:

cottage on Fin strset.Mr I satisfactionhicHfol\ many Inquiries ar. directed to able as in any section of the country,
4 I e Ole MetropolU by prospective' settler and far more so than in most. at Atlanta Knoxyille Louisville
J. G. Herest Is having spme repairs : lows our work. I kv or bomeseekers eoncemlnff conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE. :

made rn big place of business. I I it existing In this part of the country, Miami )possesses all modern conveniences -I and North j
_. principal[ Carolina Monntiin Rescrfs. ;: '
jj. I 'J"- and the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization! as electric lights _
f: ,, Born ti> Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Gron, on JVSVVmake thereby has. become so heavy, 1 water works sewerage, telephone sys- Sec Hijfh; Hrid-fe: (highest: railroad- -- -bridge in the world:I') Famoo :" J-

Wednesday, a bouncing boy. Both are that we bare attempted in the follow- tern free mall deliver, three newspapen. : lime Grass Region Lexington and Louioville. '
Pants to ;:
doing well." ypurmeasure Ing article to summarize such information two national banks, one State I Free reclining chair L
A __________________ *" k ) car and hiha.: : ... day ,-..= --1e- Through <
from aa is most Important, and to bank etc. It has mile of beautiful'' Pullman .
seeping; cars Jacksonville to St. Louis. j3Folder
Mr. J.|"'. Grace's store was cloned i ii answer the questions most frequently' streets of native white stone. It is : I ; .
i rateetc. cheerfully furnished
t yttterday the biggest part of the day asked. It is hoped by this meant thata practically the terminus of the Florida upon applica::..::. fj

we are told.. i $4.5O.P-e sample copy of the paper, of which !' East Coast Railway, for though an extension J. C. Lusk, District Passenger; a 't'nt. I' '%..

l hundreds are sent out, will in most of the road has recently been
ioS =
\V. Bay St. Jacksonville.OOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo I'la; '
& Rev. A. M Brown" who has b 'a '
r of the city lor airiest! dares. returned !I and a Catchy S utt!t"- ter than m personal letter. Specific information forty-five miles south, this Is merely

r the other,. day I' I "'" may be obtained by writing a feeder to the commerce of this city. :;o00ooo"-If.

., j I as I how as 'vto any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks CONTRACTORS ,

s: Literary, meet. tonight at 7:30.: Don'tfail i whose advertisements appear in tads of the P. *: 0. Steamship Company AND PROPERTY. OWNERS i
--- ---
J to ,be out. aa we bare not had s I papd: and the best way to become fa- |, whose lines are operated to Key West If -
don't .
$22.0p y.-u want t SAVB 1111. rY. i I '
meetingln two" weeks. mllitr wltlrlcral 'conditions progress to Havana, and to Nassau. Immensewharves help y<>u. If you lo.. come we can't

I Iit Industries and current happenings, etc, are being projected to ti'.i

Do yqu hear the ells l ringing? What while, contemplating: removing to this keep pace with the vastly Increased ; .

f s kind ofj; bells Marriage I b na. Yea? : section is through adtnc the Dally ,'| maritime business that must follow on The j. A. MCDONALD co. y

t\: 'i They are ringing ringing,,: ringing! : or the Weekly Metropolis, the former j, the deepening of the harbor, work on
I< :
We Guarantee "
} .. our : |: of which will be tent to aayaddres* which is now actually progressing. An AND HfV YOfR i
s I I back the fr it. ; I I I
; > Rev. j&. :W. Brown with:; several menJ money you paid at the rate of $5.00 a year l>tt for appropriation Of $300.000 baa been Iei i Leaf '
Long Yellow
\ put all'-of his cottages oa'' their blocks largVM- '''' ; p
three mouths; the Weekly a 'cured from the Government for harbor -
which the. wind blew off, last Sunday J. A. WORLjfY, i' page paper-being milled for $1.10 >t I improvements, and the Florid Pine Framing

,"' night | Next to First National tank I year. t Coast Railroad 1s also pledged to at $l6 per M.

: THE CITY OF MIAMI. upe a Ilk amount. Thus $800.000 aaa2Bp.aaa2BaHBBoards i

:iF :; Mr. Price Pierce Is hiring a front Sprang out of the wilderness eight is now being used for this purpose and :,

:> ; porch put to his house which will make years ago, the railroad baring reached it i* a morabeertatnty that farther appropriations same price. We also sell Lime Brick [4 kinds!: .

.:r 'It very;"handsome when completed. Mr. Magic: Ci& this point April IS.'ISM. Prior to this wdf be secured maW the Cement, Sash, Doors Mouldings and whatever else a

John Stephen Is the contractor : time one store whose triads was prlD'clpall1 harbor la la a 'condition commensurate builder requires at lowest possible figure.
?1--- DrugiStOTe. with the Indiana, and a few with Ita Important s from a commercial

fir "J. Mr. Henry Wells' dwelling win be I scattered rammek1q oat a precarious geographical and strategical

.h on* ot U* most complete la the city livelihood by wrecking and th* standpoint- imPortance recognisedby YOB Knot Where We Are-m Street liimi Fit;. M

j- It has;.:flve rooms, three of them Mated J. A, BUTLER. MAbProprietor. + manufacture of coontto starch wn i public ma at the National Capital, oooqooooooooooooooooooo ,

through and through. When painted the evidence of eJvHfcatioa. and all
| |jDngs. only by who will study the location .- -
It will bet k. I _. J .
a July n, ISM, Miami was IneorporaUd I 01 uu port and its relation to Insular _. .

;- It-I I Patent MedidnesI; ;Toilet as a city, furnishing perhaps the only I' and Booth American commerce. to tier la this a awing of aMt .'. REPUBLICAN NATIONSL J AND ISI Mr. and Mrs William Travis speak lull nothing" aa ace wnlca to tn* oat of -*-iHnfsrthr .
Instant on record la which a say the vast trade that ORXSSIONAI TICKET. !
of selling out their property here and 4 Articles. SIl1ri Ptrfi ,;fryviol existence aorta.
fledged day came Into with- must spring .'"'" existence apes the are tan to twalr. -

;' rolngl'to Jackaonvfll where Mrs Tra Stationery t U i: out Brat baring been a town. Three completion ail the Panama canal thousand plants to the ten, and tb- For Presldeatlal Hectors *. *ij
vis'his some very valuable property, On1yTDruaiStore n or own 'A fruit brings la th* neighborhood :
hundred registered rotors an required glance at the map will show the r c.
I and reside In the fnrnrej!l cox-ATXt a Axvfrtm nifn.... from 60 cents a dOleD for F. BCFJI'OJI.GEO. ,1
fc =-I to entitle any community to be called most casual observer the possibilitiesthe R4 .tisa .. K. ROBINSON, ;*
Q-! ; a city less than that number eonsti- future holds for the Magic City. to M cent apiece for Porto Blew OEa W. n
I r JJrt E. E. Herndon 'Is speaking of WEST PALM f BEACH NF tuna. a town. At a meeting held forth SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. The percentage of plants fruiting depends O. A. W, --WENDELL < t
; taking a trip to Palatlta.. as she has : rt of Incorporation three Miami has' 1 I upon the ear and jndraent' .r -
of the
purpose on best pabrc!
SI. CUSF't' .i Y. .'
tit not been there [ .I
'>'(. since coming down to and c.b-half months after the first I schools In the B,ate. embracing both ercis in their culture some grower* For Congress Second "
.; J the Magic Plenty of rain nowadays ; C District:
City. She has ;
a: t property 1 in ( train reached Miami 314 Totes,were the common and J high school connes. having succeeded: la securing trah J. M.CHENET.REPUBLICAN ( I
that iWty, and also nay friends and Rev L. J. Ely was up yesterday from I from 90
cast The phenomenal growth of this The buildings an large and well ren- per cent of the plantain taei Is ,
relatives.' Ia i I 't{
leerfleld and reports crops Jc, image d early period hu been sustained tllated. and tht re Is a competent cor]* pin erleL STATE TICKET:;. i
> ;
Jj -- ery much. i iMrs. I throughout the eight years of the of teachers. A atholle convent is to Lands may be ourchased from IS O' For GoTercer: i{ ii
Messrs. John Sclbbo J. L. Lathon. city's history. be erected this summer, which M. a
r- Henrietta. West is back, from will 110 an acre up. depending on praia MaeFARLANE. '
I ",.i Geo.vr. Bartwell sad (Samuel\ Walker er summer visit to Maryland. And I POPULATION. ETC. I proviae Instruct ion for both sexeH. i' Ity to roads and shipping point Ooc- For Secretary o! State: i; 't1-J

will all cave tomorrow) If nothing D reeryxts I Miami has at present a resident population I Thero! are also private schools, a musical lands on rock road within ( miles c JOHN F. HOUR. '

vents for several months'I cruise : : having spent a pleasant, visit of between ,4,00ft and 5,000. In conservatory, and art school so'' Miami may be had for $50 an MT*. *&. For Attorney-neeeral: \

.M1 among the,, keys. Theft will possibly I .n u expects to return and jtake her the winter months this population is' that every educational need may be | somewhat less than that stun toy teak FRED & CUBBERLT. '. '

e be gone until Christm s. These menare im table daughter with her. ; .:'' augmented by the addition of. hundreds 1:| supplied. There are about thirty not Immediately on a road. The same For.Comptroller ,44]:.

tJ first-class hunters land trappers. The granddaughter of Scars; Sarah of visitor, mostly of the ..ealth-I IAourishing schools In the county. quality of land farther away doe J. L. SKIPPER. {
) r! .,;,- ; Mum had a very bad mlsfbrtune to', lest classes, wbo come to I Every religions' denomination Is transportation facilities can of course For State Treasurer f *

),fr. Cland Ooreett ljat this writing.verylll. 1 ideal rllmate and the finest fishing: in :; represented an the following have be purchased for lees The land la E. M. BRELSFORa i %
of which nt
ut her foot on a piece glass '
15 : though h" Isslowly) Improv : {! the world. To accommodate these handsome chare i buildlngr: Prebyterian. promising in appearance to those a< I For State Superintendent of PnbMt 9;

;I ing.! Be Is suffering 'with an abce sIn ,ave severe lain. { I 1 visitors there are numerous hotels I Episcopalian. Catholic, M. E. cnstomed to the deep rich soils or i Instruction:' ;>' Jfc' I

tie back of his headj. 'which has given Roosevelt and Fairbanks Cfui I I Is pro- and boarding houses principal among Church, M. E. Church, South and other State, being rocky and sand) w. R. O'N'r.tL ? '

him mU'hPItD., ami h. Is still suffering I sassing under the management of J. which Is the Hotel Royal Palm! an tm- Baptist I yet results can be obtained from l I For Commissioner of Agricnltnn: 8:1

f. Intensely! fromIft l Ift(. We pray his I E. Jones as president and N.. B. Burge manes building. 640 feet long 300 feet j AfD I ISOIUl tar la excess of the returns reailzw J. a. ROWLB.T. ; ;
wt The club will continue its PRODUCTS.The I For *
a s secretary. Railroad
recdfery, wide and fire stories high with accommodations from the more fertile sections of th- Commissioner: (
j ---J'' i-ganlzation to keep In touch'with paying for SOU guests, beside lob- .j principal Industry n this ser I country. Ft-tlllzer must be used bo H. T.RITCHIE. ;' t

tai, ,1 Ifjrou want the continuation of this : poll-tax etc. d I j bleu, rotundas dining rooms, offices tlon Is the of fruits and winter I the returns more than Justify the ei For Justice of Supreme Court for Tim"of

I column for J. R. Scott was in town looking after c-tc. It Is set In twenty acres of tronal : Yelte :1lnr the J forthern mar- I pendlture Involved Six Year: ,
pay :your paper, and it will
be ontlnued. It I' revenue for the government anti speaks :,> gardens, beautiful beyond description. I kets. the staple crop. I W. B. SHEPPARD
take! money to setup People of
1 I 'encouragingly of the Repub csmg In There are several other hotels ,[ but there are large quantities of other energy sod Industry ar. For Justices of Supreme Court: ;
to ,
stork; run off the work, heartily
welcomed and .
.f northern of the Stit". All be vegetables grown the country' O. S. FAPJt *
fol j[ the I! die part smaller than the Royal Palm, to such as tomatoes ,
< work
the I
dellvjer work and development) being
lo the -orkj. I 'oyal Republicans feel gratified over sure yet larger and Jrith better service egg plant peppers beans etc. The practically just be C. S. ADAMS, a
.f > ante up All these meD '.!.. good news. I than Is usually found In towns of1 I' planting .,scot extends from about I gun there '.B room for all to reap th E. P. AXTEI L.
mutt .
; ret: ti Y.
something. Rememberjtbat. .
benefits which -
F' j'i The many friends of :'>It ..J|>bn Gal- twice the size. At this writing another I' October 1 to JAnuary 15, and the bulk must ensue as the ye --- '. '

i _i ou will l he pained to learn of |ils death five-story hotel U I in process of ,, of the shipments are sent North from I suit of such development Capital flnrt- REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET., '

!rs. A. HepbournJ who has been jn Tuesday 11I'It. He had fuel finished er :tlon. j !loyemberlunt1 5tey although there j|i here most profitable investment whH For the lKislatore: V: B.,

; don to Cocoanut Grdre at the bedside la,I IoCt : game of baseball at Boynjon from The ;>opuatlon Is cosmopolitan, ev- ] being pra'tka!Iy no dlf'renre In the | pIe labor of Is In demand and well paid. Pen DR. H. C. HOOD. ...;';

her sick mother returned to the ,ihe effects! of which, he da*Hl 1 dead. ery State In the Union furnishing !Its I, I'aeons seeds may be planted or veg"tables | moderate means who come her For Clerk of the Circuit Court :1{.

rolrl Wednesday afternoon. She :Mr. A. W. \\lXer. master of the quota of representatives. An undeilrable ph'rfd any day In the 1 J..'. I I and buy a small tract or land make i MORGAN E. JCNES. ; ;?
reportsh !
r mother as havingbeen 111.. Heiveira Lodge of )'. A. indf M., took foreign element Is unknown. Vegetables grown usually on the home set out fruit trees an For Sheriff' : ; j .

buj"ha* now completely recovered.very The .harge of the bodya-nd buried\ It at CLIMATE. prairie arr ,,'hbl'h are free from | while waiting for these to come 1 Int' H. T. FERRIS. :?: .; ,

: little boy, Mortlmore! was! left but will Boynton. i,| Writing from personal experience timber art are I composed of a kind o' most hearing without engage in trucking are, aj I I For County Treasurer: ';J'I

copse up on Sunday i l>v. Brown of the A. J-. It:. Church, after visiting California and other sections marl. j exception successful JUNE M. KWYUET.
: I +' having quite asuccess la his revival where climatic conditions art I Fruits are! grown on pine lands end this success costs less effort thai I For Tax Collector: .,

Alas' Lille V. Brown's many friends having had two to confess Christ, and considered at their best we can unhesitatingly which are slightly higher than the In other parts of the country whll J. I. WIJ.s-.t
'he climatic
;ati- In; this city will be glad to knaw that veral to re-unlgbt themKelTejs with the say that Miami has the most prairies, and In thj: section very rocky conditions render out-doer For County Assessor of Taxes: .
': winter! climate in the United This rock Is work possible every day In the year D. L. HUOUES.
she is doing well and Is now a student 'hun'h. y !perfect sj peculiar formation .
'|the Sewing Department" of Booker The Palm BeacbGlee, Ciubjwill make States. Told Is almost unknown even containing a krrat deal of plant food. with the health benefits of such ai For County Superintendent of PublW'

T| Washington's !gr'rat' school We :Hielr first appearance In a.certfs, of con- .the sl..Mer't! !s.;. : very rare. as evidenced oy' the fact' that In many open-air life thrown In. At the same Instruction: ic
know Miss Brown will succeed, aa she erts and bazaars commencing Monday The warmtff 'iinmtT Is temr.rsd: places, orang and other fruit trees are time people who are enjoying aealtl REV. S. O. MEHRICK. j. ,
hlLs many good qualifies that will warrant i October 24. and lendb! Saiur- 1 1'venlng. ,I, by the coo' i lirwv from the Atlantic to be sejn bearing thriftily, though and moderate success In their presen For County Surveyor :

miccMis as a student I d>a. October 29.: The publlcis l respect- I am' 'I'!'P Mshrsi, :. ( temperaturerecorded apparently standing on a solid plateof abodes, had better stay where they an J. IRVING GORTON.For .

r ily!I requested to be present; Admission. b> he government! thermometer this 'rocBeing of a porous or There should be weighty reasons to laftnence County Commissioners:_ ..(: [

|}B torForroT'n paper you will find .1 Monday evening 2&C;> nights afr during the iimtwr mouths: Is 98.HF.'LTH honey-i-ombefl structure the roots of anyone to make a move of suet I lit DIstrict-HARRY RICHARDS; > J

. -.i. (! otit where" tb- mother mretlng I_ tr IV- season tickets. |{3c'.{ on sale! at 1 the trees ar .f'nablt'd to penetrate! It Importance. People who have mad. I 2nd! District-C. r. HAIGHT. V' .

b| organi::ed. At this| 'writing 'e' are ;i I the residence of. Mrt. i''W. Thomas. The rlty .-s among: the first, In !and draw ample sustenance from what failures elsewhere are not likely to b 4th District-R. J. PECK'. ::*t

,t- not a-Lle to say. W"o' want" Pry lad/ r' D Austin stage manag!,r; Mrs. S. '' the United .-:.Mtc In point of health. would appear to be a very unpromising very successful here. Intelligence an' 5th District-WALTER WALD_ *

ttacher and pvtry thinker In the city i I' W Thomas manager. I iap i There Is ant r? freedom from calarta soun-e. This rock by the way. 'ndus ry are as essential to good for For Members of School Boird:..." ,

? W. meet and be in'the, oranbatlon'i! Mrs. Sophronla Austln.Ttaa, been on and there ar- no "prpvai'lng: diseases". makes a beautiful and durable building nne here as In any other part of tb : 1st Dlatr'ct-J. ZIGLER. ....

Ii:j;t, Is nermar? Ihvn't, wait. until It is'', the t-lck list but at this:f ritlng( is im Those aIlO" t5 which are common to material and the new court house -lobe.; I 2nd! District H. S !MILLER: ';< _1I 1

'; qrcaD&eti. but go and help organize :proving. |rf.| ; I i iMiss I leis parts r" she country seem to be and jan! ,; as )well as several residencesIn If It Is desired to engage In genera I I :3rd: District-C. s'. YOUNGS; :;

,' : Ctcelia Butts' cyjfeer reports ', here robben part of their power as the city, built of this stone, are 'arming. In the raising of wheat, con For Justice of the Peace: : : r

g hat she trade the eighth? grade this they usual' supine In a mild form much admired by all visitors. It also r oats, peaches apples, grape <, I 2nd District-R U HIDDEN., !:

i We are gl:1 to report that so> have : ear In the Morris Bro.fl College at and rarely :>ave the had effects which makes the finest road material In the ther products of the temperate lOUt 3rd District-FniGk IDNER !$ }

,'a 'Leos been tut to j ,the public school \tlanta and is highly) pl I(* ed with her follow }'n the wake of like diseases .world and Dade county leads ill othr 'ne must cast his lot some hundreds 01 I, 4th District-C. W. PIERCE. ; \{

4 house but .a new ,ilatform.. and all reatment under the new resldent elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diphtheria In the State tn mileage and condition nlles to the north, and accept the coil 5th District-W J. CREEK:. ;M

FlOOm. supplied with rater< buckets Rev J. A. WannamaKef js now erect: are unknown, while t'ph0141 of hi>r highways.The bat Is part of the legacy of land- I For Constable: j 1 t

,t r a j flippers and broom.!This is as It shoulbM. :ng his new' church 20x4$;:'which will be fever .< rarely heard of. it is a cede- fruits cultivated are ehteflrrat'efrcft. fher the things can be irrowr'either 3rd DIstrict-DAVID MeCUNE.:'

|M. The putting; in:;of black boards ands i beauty when complete by Mr. Bris- able r't" for those suffering from .| oranges, and pineapples is this a stoch-ralsltis eoui ry 4th District: R. FUNK." 1I 1\\;:.;

1 beater for wiateij ahonldcot be over- 'ow Williams of Jnpitr|:|t I j lung troubles, asthma, catarrh and Guavas, mangoes, avocado petn and;' "here la a "no-fenc law," a Ulcb '* rg I 6th DI.trlct-1. H Burton. t1

k: [ ooked. It3 not:! poaelUc: for any ),fl'. C. Bright Is up frets Delray and I.similar i disease which an prevalent lines are largely produced bat belo I real boon to the settler of lirnitx adv. (

earner tn ;. :. ag{ of Improvements sports plenty of rain a/jj little damage I In colder rftmjf Many persons af1 Indigenous: the country, they thrive i leans and there Is very little IIv

1 t!io matter what his, ability may be, to lone to truckers. j \gf 1 fected with these m* ban come her with little,, or no cultivation. Cltru* lock In the county. On the otb>> I CURES CHILLS AND FEYER..; ,

0 very much,, III oatrucuing students Mr. Henry Wlgglni tt closed outMs and hay been cured or greatly benefltted. tree require from three to five yean and, if It Is desired io engage la tbolture I ".,' 't.* -ri..

irithont aW.&eDt lackboardL It Isd market and fruit sti|. I Of inane this to not the can after planting to produce fruit Pine of citrus fruits plneapplM. vs> I I G. W. Wnrt Nacogodochea.Ts i ..fij '":&1'I

.. now teachers u It was; :even when lIOIIIe of All of those behind|Ir|h thaI paper h emfnataaea.. People die bar, aitiiey apples. :which grow on a plant somewhat tons tropical or semi-tropical fruit j saysi "Ha! daughter hsJ chins.!

.,. '' were !papUa. Blatee were oust pay up a* t putt. a. bad plght : du .,*ijwh.* !-. No country resembling the cactus, and which he growing of vegetables' M th* se fever for three r
sad almost !1 years ; he could not L ad
e years qo, bad they with the editor.: | O
baa yt ba alKorered where people ar* propagated by setting slips or on of the year when all other pan anythng that would help bet-tUI..
!f. ... '1. ,bare beeR wpplagted ID this, oar day Teachers' meeting JMcV Wednesday an tauntm from death and dfAt --. tuckers, bear fruit la IS months after t the country are In the grip of win used Herbine. His wife
.; 4,1. : bj'blacklloaNL. .. aI!iii not k
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Baptist the aaaw times It may lie truthfuny olanting. In this section they are "'. this section offers Bedded advant > house without It, and :
C .k taiga the antbotiUb to give you black- The high water the : say. l
oa lake shore
,. hoards u4 hettterW::. amid that the conditloci tending I croWD .|JII the costa there being no ne gen over any other .-union of th- mu b for t" i>0e. Sold by Red
,. .. -ear row' of oar' people move.. I I to DeraJ h.alt fuTnsi an aa favor for 'nit i States
.. &. .' '-' : ", ;: n 111 protection from cold anI' r :::;,:.Cf_
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1-*T Richmond: R) C 422xAr, Ci.elunatt! eIo., t}..._,- : Bill 1.1.Four s C I a 1..nrJrayecnourg 'r'LIbineiunatLc public enterprises in our price for st is I,
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; ,Haitians. .uu I' RI.I.I P .\ ClU ..u.w.'l lt u. t' IS > 4PI Vigorous
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lam' .1.IIwllle 10 \.. 101. L* t iurlliimtt.d ..tt. P. I.' '" I
,' I =_ == = =- Ar r.n,t>ur( 1'1' -P. Idur. Y 001& I men working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic ;

ii'r: 'flar..... :.Tb..I....." A.. dJ 1 ArClel v iinrlnn
-, 1..' .,.",. ,,"; 9'ff-- +n R)_ S 4'I'i oickle open-race $5.00
I *JailuouTllleAl s... K> 1 I 7 *'I'! u L nttr., .11. By I ":'tfp out (,f the famous Biscayne Bay to the i Ladieh silver open case 5.00
.. I.av.a.b: ,... .... Ky IJ6- A ra_ I...1d.. .)1" .I! !yii?A..e \ way great Ladies:'b-Hize gold filled hunting lO.iiO TI
t' ..AlAoIae'lll'. :y.:<< C .H I 111111' o. -'b."v"' 1.10111.d D.iIyn.id Atlantic. I K.-MZC gold filled 15 iiOj
,. ..Af Hot prlnv.. S. CAf S,.. R> !7p '.." '. ..,( train' ; tb..b -'..cl'. r :tnize filled. ,.
.. gold 15 uo
; Kaoxtllle Truo. *" at I r.UP, "'.-.1'1: r'arv Ja"kfl'o"II., t. N YorK. j' t
Ar LoIII.VIti".0 1.) MlH t The greatest bargain ever offered. One 1 1-16 ct. bli-e white
:A*fru LJUIAtCi < >| for
.ciuo tl.I oh.... VL, <- i I :. Olltli\\K.r. : "" I' only $165.00.Hinson .
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;, ? !" .r. !1.I ')f I ---- ,-- -- -_ :._ : i -- Look at These I ILots I, SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331' +th St. Miami. Florida:
,. AII\.tl::: I Al JA' k-\Il.Iia:: ( I ,
if ,' Fuse Sew 1..,1<. W.'hl"""."".r'''' -\o 't'. uhlll"!..."i gad| !Fj '.1 i .l.lini'rj.'.'''.' :' n. ta.Frum --- -
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,; Frua 'O"I"C'ty.I.' Mn h. !II r. "'n.-t -'Y1'.rlls 1.I'.I3> q.\ ., I
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--- -- t H i (300.00:: to $41)0.00 each.
Round Tnp Summer Tonr.st Tickets \toul&le.: j I III
I A thr l'-room house near the center of the city for 200000. This property : Come and See Us
;:: : t. C. LU3K!; Distnct P&Ullll; agent, .103: W -&HSt. Jacksonville. ;
.... coLulsts! of 2H Iota and has a numbe: of bearing fruit trees.
"l-J'..' "L C. H,1; ACKEHT: 0- M. W. H.! ,YLDR. G. P- A. I : Opposite the Postoffice.

I.B., HA.&D'NI. P. T.SE !M. BRJ1! d OiG.\'f.! : ; A G- PAir A One C-'oom house and lot, fl 800.00.

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ro. I One f> .room house and lot 30000.
*1'; Ii I If' R One large residence (new) which rented Iribt year for $700.00, for four i Fall Lint of Hardware
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months is for sale at 750000.
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; JI : FOR U One K.acre orange and grapefruit grove (booring) for $3,500.00. I COMPLETEPrices FarmingImp'emen

r Sixty acres, one-half planted la citrus ,fruU! all bearing. PAINTS
t Columbia, Camden. p i uthcrn Pines, | 30-arre orange and grapefruit grove. I i are Low .s :; *

; Richtnoad WashiajtdrilBaltimore.t (
r Ralsigh, 50-acrn of good ridge land, $20.00 per acre.

)i, \,\t: Philadelphia. New 'Yl|n. i iI One rl the greatest InvestmenU ejer offered, which consist of a bearing

:1 ..I I Two Elegant*Trains blily.' I orange and grape fruit grove, pineapples, and tropical fruits. This would- I J. W. WATSON

Seaboard make an Ideal country home. Investigate! I
Express b Aboard Mail I Iit
t A 2-ncre pinery for $1,500.00! ; I 4 wyi

it;; : I Modern. fullnwi lllllitllnhlt.\| I Ir On Flllott's Key and Key Largo we hare property which Is low In price, I _

but will greatly Increase In value In the very; near future.
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. 'I" Let 01 tell yon about itSPIERS BREADAsk

$ :H; dill/ t1lJ1I; slee)1iirI) : ; ] SitkiJJl 4t1.J.lellOrlem..
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''", !_I For ,lull i form icn -..! sleeper r'vition., caiJs: jny :ugent of the & MERCIER yourneighbors HOEFEJTS "

; : '''':\. Seaboard, o, :tc I about

:-j, 1.4! :,d: 9 i ltr'.1.1DJIJ' A.'L "_'Lii._A tt. i,{S'J flUeFla: t! Real Estate and Insurance I Agents. Never EREADHOEFER'S sours
:, Box in. or 1200U Avenue D.
''S..C.fiOYLST.. Jr. Pa44 *c 't
: }1 MIAMI .' FLORIDAO.H.STILLEY BREAD dries out. : "

Y ""< Th9 ellnutc of Oa .ui Coast of Florida @ Cents # :

: ,; )is:;nearer,;perft tloitja:' 1tLt that of any I ----r-. I

; other plies civil (r,:i 4! They take it. Trfit once. 9rfi
: :as ; :i. : t 0. 0000000000000000000000


; 2 2xtk' : MEATS, ron TRY AND EGGS And Cakes are the Best

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East Coast I flood DullvercU Free.
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Oliver F FIM
1L- AN"NOUNCEn4EN"T.THE ; Typewriter.




PLAIN HER METHODS. VOICES TESTED FREE.FRANKLIN Beratue it is superior! to all others.

s We are selling them, too, because

COLEMAN BUSH. our price! and terms are ....y. If you ; ,t

l want a.good mar-h'.re! kt as teU you

CALLED HOME TO FIGHT. I here, without a /flaw in tie movement A about the
' 4 Mr. Kitamura, the leader of the I OLIVKR. -t Y
liamr ,Jape Must Do Army Duty After Sixteen i troupe whose Japanese name Is Koman

r s E ears' Absence. I Kitamura, has been In America for sixteen 'I L
II I I years and lives In Jersey City.

; There was more or less consternation He stated that he was sorry to lose

II In Louisville's Japanese colony yesterday :Senklchl as his act has never beeit I
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/= afternoon when the poetman whose J Imitated by a Japanese In this country.He A machine shop has been added to t
fir, eml a. fi.n.. I said he
SetrgetIa route lies on Market street between would arrange for the transportation our large establishment! to satisfy the

< P \Crews sal TessMIe ISM 1t the eustrf hD.hry a First and Second, left at the Hopkins I of the performer all the wa* demand for a first class repair shop .

4+ \\t30SU3 .>R, LLHE-HOETf. itad BLSCAIR BIZ Theatre a large tinted envelope, bearIng to Japan the prospective soldier leav- for AUTOMOBILES and GAS EN- '

v .i ate scadsrw. eta rte on its back a great red seal. It ing here next Sunday or Monday. He DINES: and that -ferarrnient! Is in
may be added that Louisville's Japanese will conclude his week with the troupeat
dUnf of
chare skilled machinists. We
14 :2 nouDA' CIST SULWAT. are
colony is s> temporary Institution ; the local theatre Saturday night at your service.LOFTON. ,
'i w I and is composed' of ten members who

I are appearing at the vaudeville house '. STATE NEWS. ,
under title of "Kltamura's Japs," says
Railway. ,the Louisville Courier Journal. I', G. E. Roin'rtcon. of Pleat CltI.Is I i a EINIG r._ ,

The official-looking envelope came all '' registered at the DeSolo. looking Into I Successors to Lofton t Johnson. Opposite Post OfIIr e. )'>ami, Fla.
.:>. 'the way from Toklo and It bore an the orange situation. He ban just re !
?_ Qf
I Important message. It told SenklehiEgawa turned from Rocky! Ford. Col. and' -

;' 't 'Tae reatassbr(csr.T IteUa lweuhl salelkerlr seek1! ;eft lilsri4a":1M.t nitres try of ,I to whom It was addressed iI j while there secured 4.,"H1 pounds of the i Get Your

that his presence at home was badly '''"lIulne! Korky Ford rantalfuped.; .
J.fcri lDTT, J.r.1 J.D.
f. -?fhaitwt et.ntr..w. tlw 4,a 1.L I needed and gave him JUBt forty-five which he otters for sale.! See his ad

Y 1'" IT. .& GV-a7r *, Lr a.r days In which to make the trip. The In the watt column. He secured for ,
1 ;" -"" lessage further stated in very formal 'his firm 4S; rare of cj ntaxix! >s on SchoolQooks

Japanese that Senklchl must join his commission hauls and growers are IHT-

Coastl 4 : 1 regiment, Toklo troop and be off to ffrctly satisfied with results. Mr Holiruon -
Atlantic Li le. I Ij Pa.zrr2rE xs
Korea before the middle of December. !|? says: prices were not as !high
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q; The Oriental.showed no emotion when .aB growers expected but owing to the

J: II NortL 4Erut received the letter but one of the 'i'over-produrtlon of cantaloupes this
"; Qnlekert time most excellent: service OJ and West vU the I I I -
s girls In the troupe who Is a niece prices not last
ATLANTIC COAST LINK. The Famous New fell and Florida Special. 'season were mt good as =
of the drafted man wept. :year, as New Jersey Maryland, Indians
U;'; -'iolld'1>nl1inan train of Compartment Stepping. Dinhr* and Obcerration Cant .. .Iwr rid.nty
With the stolid Indifference characteristic .nu Southern Illinois seem to hang on I...,
Jj I .i ictrle Itjrhted throughout leaves St Augustine( jAWy except Sunday at 11 M..
of his race Senklchl announcedthat during the Rocky Ford season.! Con
M New York 4:46 P. M. following daHtJ '
Jifi arrive he would obey the summons. He , and Wen Indian Limited xrrying CWftng-Roim. Sleepers sadDlaiag
,.. Florida addled that he believed' that he would Mr. Robertson is figurine.iVith
:" ,; '; "' Cars, leave Jacksonville at 9:00: A. M. 41.* fex arrive New York ton like to fight against the Russians. That i Mr. LIghtfoot for 100 acres of land PIERCE tiARDIEwte .. t :.

<: ;,' -P.. K. following 4aT. eaded it He declined to be further t tj miles from Tampa, near Seffner. 1 ,
p ini' f K" ana Florida Limited<, solid Pullman m.ii** Steepen. Dloias and interviewed though he seemed to take where he expects to put In cantaloupes

fi..c ObserraUoo Cars leaves Jacksonville rtiiiy a. l:1| Jit.arrive Chicago 4:00 some pride la showing the letter he :'''bat will be harvested before the Mid- I 1.J

-'fi' P.'M..following day This train rsrrl. ** St 1.oala;deeper, arrivlag SL Loul bad neelY 4. He went on with his act I lie Florida crop is ready. Be-think SmithsBOI I I '

3SS P. !r : PISDIxtojiFlrer last Bight as though nothing out of :this Industry would prove profitable to ..Tarae ,11

,.:r, t, + leaves J ck c vinv. p. IE flally. carries through the ordinary had happened and the audience I'ijany\ growers la this section provided ... "' ..w..r'It. .

,:"'1": gWwrers W Chlcaeo and St. Loots arnvlcg CbieigOil P. hL 8L Loai saw him go through the wonderful they pick their fruit at the prop- :

P l fM A.'lt! foQowlvf _oraiagfc. | |'i teat of hurting the pans of >f stage and crate them properly. and \

..': 'rr ''nil qlck8t, tm111 fnoIr and ner..aN Arrtrn rl't"",,,,,,". t..e Annul fr'j'1 water about his head and of makinga bald create a new Industry for Hllls- .. s E ,

!!!, ; wwiua, {-'* lllhe B0&r to Loulrrtlk-MAKK RESWtAT ON* PROMPTLY.Sit" tick "batch." as It is said In Japa- bcrongh county.-Tampa Tribune.: ) ,

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i. ir. r ARE YOU; -' ....,.,iI'"iP_ .. II
To Animals Exposed in tb!!
Hi (Cod tinned from first;pap.) ffllclpal :"II
Court Today.
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Kl the petition and ordered Judge A. John Gilliard,7 negro uufster In GOING
: E. Hyer.. u commissioner, to examine employ of S. W. Douglas wh'tf o perates i /J/ Sniff
I into J the mentality of Jennie M.Ocban. a saw mill. near Orange Olad. :pre be- .
r+ r JA number of witnesses amos g fore Mayor Sewell In the PO I14e court TO BUILD
htm. A. C. Richards George U Ma;- thin afternoo.i on a charge, of:; crueltyto
: donld.r.::: H. Wharton S. H. Pollack animals by attempting to,drlre an t
r .
; and Dry| Jackson were examined overloaded team over the. Avenue D ,' sat

f ; upon th lr testimony .!udit! Heyser r..1 bridge and where It stalled ton'account; I M ofAutumn

J,, ported that the slid! Jennie M Obanii t of the great weight. If so, we would like to !IE.- b
tat Insane: but'weak-milt led and not j The cane was rather interesting, and terest yon In uslug the tt't H
3 competent to Int..lllgentl/', conduct !herprivatei'or i ii : showed what. the court considered wil- ,

i business sffilrk' Uiwn the I ful cruelty to animals by an, : verload- it
1 report >of the commissioner; Julso: tnt of the team One wltnffs|j.ld that Miami Lime Stone
X Jones appointed S. H. Pollack, guar- the team was no heavily loaded that It is in the Air
dian of ber estate and fixed his bond u had to be pryed out of the hill in the The walls of a build7

curb administrator at U&() (Il.11'11,1'r sand road leading from thft jnlll. Another I constructed of his stoneFireProof
't Osban ..U, the wife of J. Tr' Osbin, 100vhtpd i witnesn an expert OB lumber tie
and nnoer ssnten x for living In weight figured that the ICM&iwould aggregate '
adultery with one JUv lile-Jiardnon. 6.000( pounds | f An ounce of prevention you know, is worth a >
TO' SUBMIT IN' BR'Ki'+ As serious had kcommit of
a offense ; pound cure and if
you are ,a man of prudent
r Upon' representation otpl) intlfrs at- ted but as the proprietor!A the mill /
1' t tom-y* In tho matter of demurrer proceeding cannot be reached by the (IjEy, authorities and practically everlasting judgment you will provide yourself with clothing' 4znom.

s in tha miit ot H, ,F and E. J. a nomnal fine of $S.OOJi5a> mposedon After once up, there U no t of heavier weight and take no chance of catching
Lansrtcr vt. Chris L. Wefir/ l. an onlerWM the driver. i j expense of repairing or
/ t'e ns Fall cold
r' made yesterday: *tl-moon by Jimmie Sing, a Chlnamam. fend Lula,/ painting The first cost Is a trying to get a little longer wear out of

Judge |;:Jones that ;tP\' argument Davis an eb-my-hued darned, were ran I but little more than wood your thin and seedy Summer suit.
against the de'1l rr.-; o.'!i Buboi'tled 'o In for disorderly conduct jast night, while thePeraHnent! .
him h.'o;.%' within lm ila' >A and as a result of their escapade willcough' \Ve ,
u n ,.e" ZAPF-WILLIAMJ CASEJudgf I up a ten dollar irilUam eachor i The 'picture represent a are now displaying some particularly snappy '

:; } Jones U again orcupie-J toda- I! do servitude as guests 6f tne. city.5r i Cost popular to be seen fall to winner be appreciated.Lo and has. Fall styles for Men selected from the best productions

in theSZapfWilliams ?aae which has j k iit tf'-ese suits before of Schloss Bros. & Co., the Fine '
before him off and for the pan; I 'f I Clothes '
been an
I Mrs. Lila R,Cary.. of De tit Mich, considering repairing repairing they have lien picked: over. Makers
ten days on Vale Dial prove*Jng! The I has been engaged by theM&mI Conservatory is much less than whose celebrated ready-to-wear clothing

lawyers.. are making anl fight on of Music as dlj-epter of the wood. The appearance la has raised the standard in Men's apparel
both (Idea. It Is expected' : that the matter much superior to other ;
wlD have been flnlllh..1 and a tlcdtion materials M the
rendered by dark. ture. Mrs.. Cary comes twell recommended You will find fit and grace in cut, quality in fabric and honest workmanship in the;
and will be pleased to meet
After.this ease Judge gores will adJoarm I'the patrons sad others Interested in Architectural Possibilities\ are making. Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes and
.., tourt until Januarjr rhe& special ,
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feta win be held for disposing of the school. 4 ,'-1. Delimited. you have exclusiveness. Take these points altogether and you have a foundation'
the drtl docket which jhas r! not been **. rI I
x I of
for the fame superiority enjoyed by
We aaw the atone to any
a taken ip at the present term of court I Mr .M. R. Kellum. mister of u.. _
tlse. We hare tamed
Q. Royal Palm dock, said this; morningthat
: : columns and planed mould-
the abed over the doi-jr.ftpat;" whichwas Schloss Hand-Tailored
The.?tJde.In the rlTer and bay this i lap Clothing
morning- was more normal than It baa blown down by the sort$ will not
Broken stone for RubbleWalls
and boats be rebuilt and that the ifijpat win be
bees j fa the put ten days
crashed rock for
,It. wen ,nabld to lay comfortably.latheJ1' heft uncovered this seas fcj 3 The injured Sidewalks, and A No. 1 The Price Range :
bertha.Twa'nefroM. dock win be repalfejj M it was
$ 1.00
I beforeand that it has Bedded not Lime always on hand. Starts at

.,'. to make any additions a ;rsent a* \
acting they say, under. "
were planned during the rammer. I ,
permission from the city marshaUhav* rJ -DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT OVER."
T landed' a lighter load of wood at the ; ;
foot of Twelfth street sad started :. A report reached herehjiil moraine Offer. =
4 wood frrd. This morning offldals of that the tug Wm F. McOfuiey. wblrt i '

,the F|E. C. Ry. and others\endeavored I went to sea Wednesday; ft/; route to :i
to learn by what right the negroes are I Savannah is standing byi'] the strandod I R. W. RHO t ES.
'operating: th.reYa"hal FUn&gan schooner James Judge, near Palm' CrfnkbiteQuarry
say he did not give them permission I Beach and will; endeavo( lo save her. ( 1 {

t to Ian]) there because hf had no right I Captain A very announced I when he uwt swf a.

to do!?so, and they wile no doubt V I left here that he was [equipped fo.- ::., ) :.:.i' 12th "
' t made!$to wore as this property is nor wrecking and that If b.4 Ideated 'any j Co -'I" """'i,; ',..' Miami '
In coin under condemnation and rl- vessel worth raving on tire trip np that I Florida.
parle4 right appeal proefedlr.ga and he would give attention ..to her but

'no onlcan use it until '{it .co.itcst lass if' not he would go dire through to I ..
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..'I,t Decided. FtI" nnt.I. >. "- ,1- - -
.. ; been j I. MIAMI. FLORIDA.JIATS' ,
., wlms Athos LaSajle.. business manager,of .-"
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II the Evening Record, : who went to his
old home M Piidu'ab Ky. a few weeks ,
Be suy fc. .kf 6-

r9-:1a : I ago called needs I ,Ktj tea.flfct'rt-. k '

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ports Fitts i
lasted Weic4 the r 1
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letter !

.p+ S.arwa yr river'drownel.'i GROSS SPECIAL :

that THIS WEEK- '

IATSs that

l and The + PlM.ppl Froi

two tildeat. Claret Puaeh +
s c 1" land +

1 i i ta. .n t frj
t tb + u % t ... j ,

4 I : fa
Keep Siej With the Season i been !1.k I I ofMYAM

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:: ITS FALL NOW i i'ekrchadn"won

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s i derfulucces.: with I..
,. Tl tro's nothing about a man our Fall patterns.These -

-rte OI){ uit, unless it's -- I direct from the mill I
'| it nr ore
and are what i is I
.- -.- '--- termed Nemnant.'e F a. t o r y I Seybold's Bread.-i
The Styles ha\ them mad up
in one pound p..,k- I
ages allll they will
This Season III I" and
'raf."e: I Is made under healthy conditions.
1. vard' tn each t
\ pound. Pri.e. !, i iI iI We do all mixing: by th* latest machinery -
r/ag ; Are tempting and the vmit'tyonb patented.

m : gets here to ChC;(':',' lYt.miV I Batistes'e rrR .8. -4

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I w have in dainty !
Of .
Offers Aburdant our Homemade Bre o for your
r : : dewitn.! fur hiit
i waists, which, run I health. That's why you should try It i
front 3 In4lJ vdrd t. The kind thatls preferrel by peoplefor
j' Opportunity for to,the package: : thepries mites around.

,. cJ. Fall' I range from I
I ( i5 cents.Ytiu I

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( will miss the '
"f! greatest Opportunity 10HN SEYBO Dt

;: you ever had if I II ;
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r ;/ --U you don'': secure :
I"I t' I onE of there bar- Miami. : : i : : Flora
J t::J //1 SJ: ; I-&J _RO I f gains.l i ;

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;. !dJ] fhMiamis: : Leading Furnisher? IS Men. I I :BARGAIN 'JENNIE M. PARRISH.and Typewriter.' FRED RUTTER. ;"

k v--: i = I I STORE : Coart Rffonlmg,Drpuullovo.. Muifo'dvorti. General Contractor. ..:'1'
.JlIAMI t- f- J 'PLOBmA. 1
1:1 I lj Teacbrr of
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l, .l.,.- d' .tt .: >l't' ) .", ...."''''','. ., "'". >.. j; j I 131& Avenue D. tjv, Twe fth 1',..... Grading Blasting i iWeJIMOriilef. A
Miami Noun teV in 12:00 and 2:00+ toR..ade.ae k: o.
.1 :n .:'e....* C. : Sidewalk '
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