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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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in the said paper from July 25,'-1889, years, though the others shipped in
8 to January 25. J890. during whirrs-time' WEDDING BELLS SEAMEN TELL Pensacola. I I RUSSIAN BEABRITISH
we were proprietors of said pap l, are : All of the men speak In the highest
untrue and libellous, and we da bjfreby terms of their master sod mate as ea- ,
; retract the same" JS men and gentlemen, and say that the r

,-GOE5FOR1LFE And thereupon' upon motlou plaintiff the case was dismissed.Jj' harp on the way they declare lacy
>r MR. WOLFE'S RESPONSIBILITY.I were robbed of their effects and treated
!N;- hare only to add that It is nojjtrue if by the life-saving crew. --
::1' that !II have ever thought or ss d to { I f

.Relative to !His Statement in any Wolfe Person morally that: responsible I did not consider for the l1bel Mr., Flowers Bloomed and Scat- Fraphic Account of Destruction ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT U. C. V. I Former Treads on Tail of Latterin

z Chipley Libel. I hare always thought to the contrary, tered Sweet Perfome.Wbei o( German Bark. Matters Pertaining to Rendezvous at North Sea.
.. for the truth ai to the charge bade 't Ocala Next Month.
by 1lm'agaInst Mr. Chipley .ti' so -

I.'C" I. easily ascertainable: that a reckleSi reiteration Brigadier-General Francis P. Filing
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-Sars-- Eucidve .Committee. Candidate Did l for half a- year of .things I Iwo of Miami's Popular Yomu Me. Now On tiff! at Fort Underdale-Met commanding the Second Florida I By SqoadrM Hrtod M fisted fket-SU
"i. : "" known to be untrue, or not known to Brigade United Confederate Veteran,
'. .f.L.. ttacks oifapcscs \rJ.l..l.w."""" ,, and I be true, and necessarily and patently Took Unto Themselves Life Partners are kMflgugt" Over Manner They WereTreatetfttd has issued the following official order I I Petenborg Etanifacodd Over the #:
tr9 Injurious ti Mr. Chipley, entitled a concerning the annual encampment of:' t .
Stattmeld Slped VyVotfe.f moral respor slhlllty. that even: the One to Oblo. the Other to S. C. Robbed by Wreckers. tbe United Confederate Veterans of' Re ort- rWI He Pretest.

iJ 'f I most blunted sensibilities must. per- Florida: ,
: i'I ceive. | j I "Headquarters Second Brigade, Florida

I regret deeply the necessity f06 this, : Division, U. C. V., Jacksonville Oct. Ti
BoIL W. A Blount, of Pensacola, In but deem it my duty to write iti The Urbana (Ohio) Daily Times- Martin Soiltb. Felix Brandt Bill U, 1904.-General Orders No. 5: London October 24.-Foreign Secretary e
: 'the following .feigned communication I' W. A. BLOUftr..k Citizen of last Thursday contains the Winter ajd. Emil Retake four of the "1. In pursuance of General Orders Lansdown will arrive this an.noon ..- "
ra. fuuUahed lu the Fensacola Journal, of following elaborate account of the seamen fri the G rwu "II. Ziuu, ;;u. :20; lauuuU from headquarters of the from: the country. Until then 3
| Batnrdy. renews the Chipley libeltlcase. HOLLOW A AYJNTERVlEWEg.> marriage of :Mr. Richard De NTH Max- wrecked ok'the beach off Fort Lauderdale Florida Division. United Confederate official action BO
la whichJ. Emmet Wolfe, State ... well, of this city to Miss Cora Esther na Veterans, announcing the fourteenth can be taken retarding
'> for Regrets Conditions That Necessitated Seward of October are, the city to-day and for the North Sea Incident In which
""w Executive: ix unlttee candidate Urbana Wednesday annual encampment to take place at the ,,
of Public InstrneI Continuance of His 19th. at that place: elm t me details of the wreck are Baltic Russian fleet sank of
ff Ute Superintendent Ocala on Tuesday, Wednesday and one more r
I.* .. was one of" the defendants denies .. With a background of flowers for made pub te. Thursday, November I, 2. sal J. the British fishing boats, killing or wound j A
??tbe statement: published by Wolfe, and W. )(. 0- their troth-plighting, and a canopy of SmIthlpokMm&D for the Brigadier-General commanding the ing several fishermen.
|Lays that he always has and now holds craftc candidate for State Trta'Ei'Ei'EiProfeuor dent green above their heads, Cora, Esther party sU sd that the bark left Pensa Second Brigade urges upon the camps While the -j .
'-' ;Wolfe ma'a1bguilty for the peraeenUoas of Public Instruction Seward and Richard DeNyse Maxwell cola Octd r 1st bound for London of this brigade to send full delegationsto public Insist that the fall
) against .Colonel ChIp", The lied the following were married Wednesday evening 'In with lorn er. She experienced rough attend the division encampmentLet cat reparation be made then la as
*'conunnnlcatloalls 1.. as follows: -No man can regret 17 the presence of one hundred and thirty weather jtUr getting to sea, and for ns see to It that as we shall evidence of undue excitement or belief \ ; ,
than J the conditions which zed to witnesses. The double several day previous to going on the a
line ceremonywai that International
: Pensacola. Fla. Oct. M. 1904.. gather around the camp fires in fraternal : complications will
J v.Editor Pentmcoia Journal: the State's attorneys and my oil- attorneys performed by the Rev. O. L. Sew- reef encountered stormy weather. greeting our comrades, 'no art., '
bad attention called to as well as to the eourr.t: demand ard, of Covlngton a brother of the Three days'before the wreck she was brigade shall surpass the Second In the l
J" I haze Jny The Foreign Office '
'*i:_ ", report tnryour Issue of Wednes7 a continuance of < the bride, and those who stood nearest the above J>Rpifer. when the wind Increased number and enthusiasm of Its delega was crowded ail'of > *
your at the Interest of r fair and ImpartlaktrtaL;; bridal couple were the matrons of 14.velocity, and her muter .tions. this morning with seafaring people,
Wolfe's speech
day of Mr. J. '
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Democratic meeting of this city oa When I was arrested, on the,vet> day honor. Mrs T. E. Marshall of Dayton, Captain Hemmes, came about and ran ; "2. All members of the brigade staff who are being examined exhaustively ;

iT....., night* While most of Mr.lWoIfe.'s of the primary: election I had loped and Mrs. Harry Bentley; the bride's south with the gale. The wind blew are requested to attend the encamp- by the officials, so that the precise fact* ton
.- that the charge brought agaihft me maid. Miss Marcella Maxwell; the strong for about twenty-four hours, In far
) statements relating to the ment uniform as as possible. which Secretary Lanvdowa maybase r
could be submitted to an Impart\4} Jury groomsman, Northrop V. Maxwell, ofDel1efontalne when It abated and he hove ship MId "3. The Brigadier-General command- .
l' not correct. yet
'Chipley libel unit are his protest later may b* estab.Imbed. ,
before the general election, itmrder and the little ring- gain started northward Saturday r
lug announces .the appointment of Miss
to '
An( would not hive fallen upon me BO .
''" state, If he bad not referred directly that I might be fully vindicated p the bearer Paul Seward. It was a chrysanthemum lur> wer again above Jupiter and late ;Julia Telfair Stockton as sponsor for
of the people. That this cannot and in the afternoon the wind came out
the
eyes wedding, yellow
:;.:to me, attributing to me a statement the Second Brigade, and Mlstf Kate AUTHORITIES DUMFOUNDED.
.which I did not and could not make. be done Is no sense my fault nor jthe and white of the flowers was repeatedin stronger $han ever. The ship labored Hewes Freeland and Miss Elizabeth
'f fault of my attorneys, and I confidently'expect filmy gowjt.: The bride, wore whltt hard and sprang sHeak, and, Lelng an Legere Fleming as her maids of honor. Bt Petersburg, October 24.-No offl-
\c: MR. WOLf S STATEMENT.) whenever the Court thi.lks e that silk with trimmings of real lace ant. old vessel ( aptaln Hemmes, lave to, The purity of the cause for which the cial Information has been received ,:
= t .Mr. Wolfe Js reported by you U Impartial jury can be secured;to be tier'a ronaultation with bin officers
: an pearls, whidi had been worn by tbfgroom's and a Confederate soldier faced death and from Admiral Rojesteensky, command
'""1-JtQ'that the libel suit,brought by fully acquitted of the charge "against> mother, thirty-three years before and ,erew'declde< to cut any the shed his blood may well be typified by ing the Baltic fleet, regarding the firing
!' Colonel, W. tbipley against him wu me- 'if J ; the matron of honor worn white gallant mast This was done, and in these fair daughters of the South. No on the British fishing fleet by the .(y.
'vased; upon reported;! speech made "I shall within a few days Issue an organdie; the bridesmaid yellow 01- falling ths, topmast and a portion of command If necessary to ln'mre for squadron In the North Sea Saturday '
$ by Senator Call such report not bar address to the Democrat of Fi irlda. gandle; while each one of the part the mizzenmast were Carried away. I them every courtesy and, morning. >
..' been written by Wm. but written .uHI ..ct to be elected." The shift} fast and considers-I
.. ing !\ exp ( v carried chrysanthemums, and Master was making leeway, tf"! at th" band of our '' The authorities are dumbfounded by
f.by a reporter and Inserted in the Pea- i Seward.bore.tbe rings.In.* basket peinglashor though _thrf master I
'i. "} u. I'I {:Br_order Brigadier-General Francis press reports of the affair and cannot,
.,-'sacola Commercial, of which he was BEATEN TO DEATH. IS the yellow blossoms. The little nn- did not know his position as the'sun I P. Fleming, commanding Second Flor- credit the' accounts- presented, aad.=, _
;;; 'editor without his knowledge; that i bearer was a pretty picture in h'- had been obscured for (several da'll ide: Brigade; U C. V."ABRAHAM for this reason the censor to clay de- t
i" the basis of the suit was a statement George Blount Assailed PoMrtmaJT and white satin suit. The home of tl>.. and be could not get his bearings, I D. WILLIAMS lined to allow the publication of foreign
..,* '"lITetrect tha{ the railroads were'Dot Is Killed by Mob. | bride's parents Air and Mrs I. I\ though he knew he was close tAl shore. I "Lieut-Colonel and Adjt-General." accounts of the affair.
..entitled to that land (certain State ft.rorfOlk Seward was the scene of the wedding Orders were given to: vend weather. I t
$I lands* granted;, to the railroads) and Va, October %&- GeoVffe w and not only were the large ruoms u cloth to the mizzen rigging, and while I I MIAMI IN BLOW. 1 j jI FLEET AT CHERBOURG. .
,the people ware"; that the language Blount. the negro proprietor of" % fish the home elaborately decorated ,'Il!. the men were engaged below in pvj-i I I -_ 1
q referring to Colonel Chipley vas not shop In the suburb of Berklerpwas chrysanthemums and fall leaden, bu, paring the same the ,master sung oat i i i'Breakers Two Da>'* Overdue From Tampa to''i Cherbourg, October !4 -Tha i-lvanc "
i acurrilons "abusive; that while he. taken this from when the Into din ahead!" > Key West
t}' ort early morning the guests peeped the guard of the Russian Baltic ..-.uadron. { ;
,'-I. i.)fr.Wolfe was legally responsible he police station by a mob of 'fifty mfwked ing-room, where the bridal party sal. This was 12 o'clock Saturday night, consisting; of the torpedo-boat la the
t$ was not tnorsily responsible; and that"Mr" persons and lynched. I I they saw thst: a company of butterflieshad and a few minutes thereafter, .the bark I The Key Went Inter-Ocean contains outer harbor and the main squadron 4r
;. Blount. |who was the attorney Blount was arrested Saturday, Ight I I wandered in to add a touch o.' struck the reef, going on broadside. the follow'Ini; account of the rough expected her to-day, but It- Is not certain '- ;'mot
.NloK:Colonel cLlpley! had said to him for striking Policeman Honoraap in summer to the autumn scene. It wa : Later she shifted her position, and' -xertence of the steamship Miami I that tho warships will enter the I
-afterwards:> that he did not consider the face wither lighted lamp and badly. shortly after 6 o'clock when Mendel-! went crosswise the rack with tier stem i 'nnin th rment storm while en route :.arbor fIt
.':" i1Ir.. Wolfe morally responsible for the Mirnlnp him. The officer had gone to shon's "Wedding March" announcedthe seaward. from Tampa to thaV ort: I Is not yet possible to learn tile
w;&HbeL, It la this last statement which Blount's place to arrest him, s ben he bridal party, and after their a- The captain and crew took to the Th > steamship Miami arrived port Russian version of the Norh Sea '
+..'. necessitates and which, in my opinion' refused the policeman permission'' to pearance and during the reremom. rigging and remained there until Pun-: last night about 11::M. and was a welcome I affair. The Russian boats rre surrounded -
,talon Justlfles'tlils answer. enter. \ "Oh Promise Me" was sung Ly Mix day morning X daylight when they sight lo numbers of people who by'guard boats, and the closest .
!it! REVIEW OF THE CASE. The attack on the station waS madeat Odvll, of Dayton. Co"KratulntloTHwere launched a small boat In an mlcaror were awaitln anxiously for news from vigilance Is maintained No pnr c
',,,"'-/-' The facts are that Mr. J. E. Wolfe an hour when but one man Jill on followed by the wedding supper to get ashore, but It was quickly: dash- 'I'he I States. The Miami left Tampa at 'on Is allowed to approach them, andno
"-Jv-'was i ,' during' ihe year 1889 and 1900, duty and he was compelled to 1 gi up I served under Hattie Wangh's directloi >>d to pieces against the veste' Th"y :M Mo,"ray; and Tasted the Misrote one -e"tlng the postman. Is allowed r c'
the editor ana A'r1" part owner of the Com- the keys at the point of pistols.:JThe[ those seated with the bride and grout i then decided to try and make the shoreon I -" a" the Ip-t"r was ruing ui Tampa to come ashore. gN
:JZaaterciad. a paper published In Pensaola. mob then seized Blount, took nira&o a living Miss Edna Hamm, Miss MarceliuMaxwell. planks, and In this manner all I hay. On naililnK the vUinity of During last night and this morning ,w
"" ,. Fla.; tni /rom the 25th of July. field and ben him to death. | :\In. T. E. Marshall, Mr. Sidney reached the land, as many as two and Charlotte's harbor, the ?al' was of the vigilance was doubled, owing .to ;'
'1889. to the -" th .January l&JO. the I The authorities declare they i fcnow Maxwell, Mr. Northrop Maxwell.: three going on one pUok. By night all Mi-h Intensity that Captain White the fear of tne Japanese ships relnjr. lathe t3 ,
,Commercial frequently made unjustifiable I none of the particular., Blouniphas, ; Mr. Ralph Sward, Mr. and Mrs. O. I. had reached the land: the onl) thing (thought It expedient to seek shelter. hansel. Xewsnapers here report '.
t '. and Defamatory attacks upon been for many years a Republican Seward and \Ir. and Mrs Harry Bea- being left alive aboard was a dog. He thereupon ordered the vessel to be that the tollk"do- oata received a wire
'Colonel: Ch'piey; that he stood It la tll'adE'r. and at one time held 'a portion ley. The favors given were white sail i Tuesday morning the crew n.anaged put Into the harbor, and there laid at I !leas telegram from the Russian! flag F ?)
..: ,silence for more than six months at the Norfolk navy yard. boxes containing wedding cake, and to reach the ship going out on the anchor until yesterday when in the ship yesterday warning the commanders -
when be finally brought the whole file I d bearing on their lids a portrait of th e launch Badger, of this port, which had I morning th* weather being: a great deal I to exerrlw extreme vigilance as It Xyt-4:
.;. .of papers to }fee! In order to bring suit THE COTTON MARKET. E i bride. gone to their assistance but as the calmer, anchors were weighed and the i is feared that a Japanese attack:: might
:for libel; tiat upon examination Idecided. k Miss Seward Is one of Urban i launch was short of fuel, they were un- trip co Key West was started. Captain |, be made on the squadron in the channel eT
," / tha|while all were reckless New York. October 24.-Futures musicians. She is a member of toe able to save but a few of the!.' effects I White stated that Monday and Monday
tend untruthful attacks opened steady; October !953; November First Bsitlst (church aId bas IM....I and the dog which were bought night were very anxious hours for _- ; +f
unnecessary him. bni three or four constltut- 953 bid.; December 955; January, their official soloist for several year, ashore. Later other boats arrived and him. The sea was running very high, RI'SSiAN LOSSES INCREASE '
iis..Upon 975; February 979; March, 982; April,
-:tIed: legal libeii upon which suit conld'ilbe j while she was ever ready to. respor! I I the most of their beionglr.gs were and at times the danger sM>mo maintained, and I brought suit upon j 985; May, 99%. to any social request for music. V. nkon ashore but. by deception, I' A schooner that was lying at Tokio. Ootx-r 14,-Since the last i
;. u each of the Several attacks, the suit j Maxwell a son of Mr. a a.d Mrs. M .1.1 was kept on the beach and stolen and 'anchor In Charlotte's Harhor not very telegram on the subject to Jspanes
.fed baring been instituted early in 1890; Sheriff Frohock leaves iUW for Maxwell, and Is a graduate oT Urbana 'I carried away. fa' from the Miami Yo'asllb'hln, bow I headquarters referring to the Situation
&" that Mr. Wolfe demurred to all of the the county prison camp at Jnpl'e with public schools, the class of 1898 ""r i The men we pronounced in their I II", r at every roll. The Miami! had ln the vicinity of the snaKh rivera s
f! :charges ageihst him declaring that I| Barney Barnhlll (white), wntcnd to some time, however, he has lived i condemnation of the treatment they 'ifty-r're pav-rnuen on board and ( the enemy's dead bodies found on th*
they' did note'. constitute legal liabilities | three month for petit larceuyi; and Miami Fla., and he will take his bri 1' received T"hey declare that the lifesaving I > an: \Vhte naturally felt a great 1 .. H have teen Increased to 13333. ;{
:f$: ,_ : that tii court decided against |I Monroe ,Dorset (colored) to a liks/tlme' to a home which he has prepared thor .'I station made no effort to go to >I H>nsl! >iit! > resting'on his should- The umber of prisoners taken were E
1 >him. add betplesded, and the case was for aggravated assault. t.t for her. The wedding Journey Is n their nsxlatince. and that later after; rs. aid a ?ilnt prayer of thanks went u, j yc
bs :;tset for'trial;fthat upon the day of the Cincinnati, and Mr. andMrs. Maxw.i:I h" had reached the shore, the station I 'n when the Miami wan tied to the -
iy; trial. December S, 1890 he proposed, I, T. J. Osborn, convicted and''t 5 sentenced will spend several weeks In I'rha-a ". !', .-. .u.to .j to lend them a boat or ,:'o 1 k I: JAPS REPULSED
..r.-._ =In order to Wold. a judgment, that he On a charge of living id/xdul- before starting for their southern1 I go with them hn"tll\ the thin. They jaso j -
:; [would sign I a paper acknowledging tery with one May Richardson w.* re home. The young people at the wr '- -" that they were re 1-I ,perriiRision nay AN IN OHIOWheeling. St Petersburg October 24.-The Em- z
'.that the clfsrges made by him against leased from jail Saturday afternoon ding last evening attempted to folli''/i, 'u stay at the slat > ithojgh I: 'or has Deceived the following dla
;,1:112. Chipley ,ere false, and libellous; : upon a sppersedeasbond In the suro Mr. and Mrs Maxwell, but althouir'i | they v are f'.ere a dav o- i AH They i W Va", October 21.-Wll- r'''h from General Kuropatkln dated
that I Insisted, however, that since of $1.000 pending an appeal decision the company Journeyed as far M 1 say ,11" are almost des'.tn'cause I Ham J. Bryan began a tour of Ohio to- rstfrday: "Saturday night passed ;
,;: ;roes the files". of the Commercial, in j from the Suorerae Court. HU amen Springfield their search was fruitle'i, lof tit .' clotjiim and offerts ua, ing ". II :h,' .ntcr est of the Democratic I :"'..tly. At 9 o'clock Sunday morning
Ii'. '-my? possession. the same kind of. were J. A. Devane A W. Hijidryi and they claim to have showered Gc -- |I been stolen ind carried away, and declare "atlonil 1 tl'let Previous to starting! ': iM of our .\tfiarnshofers baraud the ,
.charges ''baJbeen reiterated for six'|i and Jam Osban. May Rlchat'n\ ? ernor'Herrick and his political folio;- that tier captain *'tit bring suit -.n the flp Mr Bryan spoke here for nemv. whi.j!; the Japanese tried to attack a
} ":'months. they retraction should be as I the woman, in still in jail and !t htbotj I ers Instead of the bride and groom asalust the '.'1:11: nnrtlex who robbed I ?teen minutes at ,:.3'i' o'clock this\ our'outposts, but were eveiywhera t
; .broad and Intensive as the attacks. j believed she can give the bond reged Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell will take w '> the ship If ire ran locate them. I 'tiornlng H" was then *hlke into .j,, .p.ll..d by the Russian fire. t
,tom and that all :Charges made by hIm that I for' her release. Her father A In them to their new home the b 't The ZIon was an American-built chip carriage to the waiting train |
s y bad come toW knowledge, should helnduded. Idaho and Clerk Dearborn will 'l\)m- wishes of their friends, and their mi e i and wu: formerly the Robert Dixon, He Is ache luled to speak In eighteen ''BRITISH: GOVERNMENT PROTEST.-:: j.s
Accordingly. I wrote and he mnnicate with him. notifying him tfal material thoughts, far the wedd' ? j of New Bedford Mass. She was thirty ilaces to dsv. closing with a meeting k
and the other defendants signed a according to the expression of the gifts were many and elaborate, q'- I four years old and about lea years at Hamilton to-night He will speak I II '[I I London. October. 24.-The British l5xtr
. .statement which was as follows: Court the g:.rl will probably beij released of-town guests M the wedding J : ago was purchased by Mr. Hemm w. I from the rear of his car thus doing: overoment this afternoon cent aa t
:+1 'TH IC RETRACTION. providing be will take and tan.for Mr. and Mrs. s. j). Hale Zenia .O ; father of the master, and her register j away with receptions and in order to urgent note of protest to the Russia' '
: : I -We. the defendants, do hereby admit her. If cot. and she cannot ve Miss Ona Hull. Clinton. Ill.; Mr. r d and name changed from American to [, save time. He will spend fifteen to Government on the subject of the Rut y,
that the matter published In thee the bond she will remain la {all, fntll Mrs. W. A. Hanley. Springfield r ; GermaD. She w. of 1,200 tens net twenty minutes at each place. j Rlan attack on a British flshlna. fleet ta x
pensacolsj Commercial cons'Ituting I the second Monday la January when Mill 'Bertha Sloan, and Carl Sloan. (> '- register anl was considers seaworthy I the North Sea. both through Ambassador ,
'i ;? the subject;Wters of ,this suit, and her case will probably be disposed of despite her age. Winters, one Born last night to Dr. and Mrs. W. : Warding and the Russian Ambasstir
:",?o'ill similar tod kindred charges made by the Court Continued on Fourth page) of the seamen has been on her for S. Grinding a boy ,stxlor at Lordon. J E

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I stracts or Searches of Title to
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i.: '=Mzone"awta.rara.ra V........r ubUahd .. "Why don't you come on?" yelled DOANE & RAULERSONDEALERS land in L'ount,..: We own complete

"7 ta. "*'* load of UM Bsiud ataua at tae Kurosafetypln. "We are going to drive Abstract Books of all the land Records .

:;f. i _OIl aaaUxra r.llw.. 0era1aal. back." I I'll S. L ritfarue. of Dade ,i
. the laps "Oh. guess Walt County : : : : : : : : :

'!':. OM Yes, by Mall................ttoo here for YOU-'ou'lJ be back soon/'.,replied IN Sec.and Treat. 2

.'.:: lis Moathsat......................, IkO the Colonel as he began the p4rn- I

,-It; _ttkrw Months................... USu sal of a military work entitled ""How Choice meats Live Best Mats, aholcdat Poultry.

;":Jon I tee Week iy.Carrier........... JO to Rim When Pursued."-Kansas Polite Attention
/llty
1.' lliml Times. Dod dressed poultry FAIR TItEATMEI'CT.5a .
J The ) PrlnUfli Conpuj.ArerOa1ag o .

per" | rats mad known onI F. W.
A courteous letter tj tbe editor ftom HAHNr

"",. application.TELEPHONE. I the chairman of the State Democratic ... n t. C. $...AIJLEItIOIl Rco

J 'P> : :. Cl-XR. Executive Committee makes the .............. .IM s.oat be aiComr V J
13t1l St. and A'-e. D ... Architect s
BUILDING. and Builder
$,;; 6IT1CE: METROPOLIS modest request that this paper ,tike 1I.rel..IS96 .

\. U> aid 4S4 Twelfth Street down the name of W. M. Holkniay, -

..or-: ..,., Opposite. Court B aa who was nominated for State Superintendent I now have in my employ one of the best

.. 1_ draftsman in the South and am better .
of Public Instruction by direct <
:! 1: MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1904. substitute prepared than ever for furnishIng plaits c.y}
3t : "- rote in the primary and
rt r and details tor good buildings fine cab%
It ----- ------- therefor the name of J. Emmet Wolfe net work etc. I am now headquartersfor
} ftJWGtt DEMOCRATIC TICPu' Do You Intend To Build and
.;;" < the Independent candidate. The N ws turned work, scroll sawing and all c' 1

yT j 'S ----- must decline this request It irfjliot work usually done in a ,FIRST CLASS

+; \ |r... President. In the business of encouraging inde- planing mill z

e;* ALTON B. PARKER. pt'ndentlsm.-Palatka News. J? SAVE MONEY?

[i : rpr VI .PrSdt. I / o ,. Send me your order for doors and win-

f..t HENRY 0. DAVIS. / The Lake City Citizen-Reporter has dow frames, ballusters: brackets etc.. sa

t Tor Cnited States Senator cut Holloway's name from its ticket I INFORM THE in wbic all-branches of the Building and be convinced MIAMI FLA &

4 JAMES: P. TALLWERRQ.fot and hu'oAtiluled the name of Jt E. ,
T des are represented. The

:; Congressman Wolfe in big black type. We will tot members of this association cheerContractors *-SftClyatt's
dark
:1 fRANK t.ARLNAPOI.EON be surprised to see C-R cut out i
fully will furnish plans. Mpecifica
\ |For Governor:, and Tallaferro before the election; end
lion and estimates. Address
"'. 'l B. BR W.A.RD. substitute other names In BOX dAR

'&f' -,, Tory" Secretary of State LETTERS.-Jasper News. 1 Association Stabldl
,
'"{ H.' CLAT CR.A.WI'ORD. By this art the Citizen-Reporter AssocO.atOlon.Contradors.
: n. RIDA
t'TF,{ 1N Attorney General places Itself In the same ('..ategotf.astbe 500 and SO2 Twelfth Street. & JS

Ct.:1t: ; |m. H. ELLIS. Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, and Urere- ,,. ..- .

fore he becomes as worthy of Penocratlc .
ComptrollerIA. ,
; ,1. For
1. --- ---- ;11
\s:::7.r c GROOM. support and cognizance as that ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. .}-i':

x /... .. rev 8tat!TreasaTer worthy who has broken his p4rty. SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. \t.; c
'
-; -
..r"f.. "f. .* ins- v.'ZNOTT. pledge and trust. iif CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS t'. .

o HORSES BOARDED, CLIPPED AND CARED FOR. =
.; fUr upset ta4eat of PabUo Inatnetlon -
: The Berlin Tageblatt publisher an If you don't want to SAVE MONEY we can't w

V"-. .Wg' X. HOLLOWAT.B. account of an extraordinary ine lent help you. If.you do, come to GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION. "W',

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"4'.J t<:. .7.-, 0-0----. cl Agrlaaltareti which It states is creating a sent tlOB
E
j'j In Strasburg. A young artillery cjtdet, T. CLYjATT, Proprietor!
\ ; ",,. | s MeuN.I The J A. MCDONALD CO. t
,><;.. C''ow seeing the servant of a well-kftown ,
.; For BaflroadJOHNUMORQAn. "1<, :;"-
": 'f; ; lawyer of that city riding a bj!?|rcle, .
AND BUY YOUR
tagf' \ Chablst mistook his livery for unlforniand I .. ...
"? State
;j r angrily rebuked the man for not saluting Leaf Yellow
Long Z
Drr JL & ROBIN s GEO. H. MEYERSContra .
\-.r:9: him. The man, who was]*! Ba- Pine f randi

:)i.(! varian. Jokingly explained the jttifter- : J r""".
.':fjt ;>> :, COUNTY TICKET. at S16 per M.
r
-- enc between a drillan's livery tad asoldier'
f"'l'?. !t. t' ;. t i Electriciai
c
the
'; for State Bsnatory..M. uaiform. whercnp enraged ng g

!"'Jr'\t. f7-'i' ; UUUKJN.vif cadet called a passing soldier aea\\had Boards same price. We also sell, Lime Brick [4 kinds], Launch
the servant arrested. Subsequently Supplies, i ,
,. A.
;,f. g.pn.ts Cement Sash Doors .Mouldings and whatever else a <
.; k man was released and complained to ,, Batteries Spark Coils. Etc. { ; 1/:, -
,.\l cdUBAMW.xnta
"
"? the colonel of the regiment. wb DOtODI7 builder, requires lowest possible figure.
x
-\'i"'.., > for CmBty hip 1113 Avnae C Miami. Florida Write for prlcest'! ;
,upheld the cadet's attic g bat .
i 1 A! B.HETECR. ...
.
,
.
the'ca4et ( '

ftort.i ,Par rcMottbg'AtOorc I I right maintained to run that his sword throw had the the Ion,Inoi Wtetor : leAr:: _f'tb street lIam1, FIL I

:.<,'f:.::yZ iY ,' SOBIBT, :TAILOR. sonant as he bad Insulted the (fthnaa . .

: .:Abe Tta ODD__ -- .
-".., t"n';::' .., jr.'X.'OJLTJTXES. uniform. The servant will nowgnare'Jo \ Y I ,. 4 Goraer Ave le B and nth Strttt;: A'J
"' 1t appear before a court of lay for 'atben RePoner
/
.
;:ft fit ->,.Tax JU_ _,: ram palpi The Russians bare more City Jacksonville THE]

> .,; OXO. & BUTLE8.fof Insulting the cadet. } than once fought In the"snow, while Metropolis; Punta! Gorda Herald Ocala $; 'fI
: G. A.'M ]
the Japanese are a wonderfully hardy Banner, Madison Recorder, Tampa I.l.fR,1-] "*.
!:.m !' ; Oomty aawrar Saturday := {1
Beaujon4tecre-
;" : -: 4 H.*RATJLERSON.- Last R. W. people not strainers to the cold. The Herald. Apaiachlcola Times and Mon-

i'W. 1-1 1 tary and manager of the Eas!Coast suggestion of a winter, campaign reminds tlcello News. When it is consideredthat
t tf
_> "for. :$apettat nd JcMoi. Electric Light Power and 11 i ipany 00m- the Boston Transcript that the edlton of the first three
publications -
;\ ." L'-. HALL.JFaf cARLds
: | SAN i
r" .';: Oovt came to Fort Pierce with j/3li'proposition "many great battles bare been fought are members of the Executive !!
7 dark Ctffult
;; i,.
to organise a oompad)J'pa'
Hohealladea
and Committee, their
'1.1.f C.,DEARBORN.I In the snow. Eylau support of the committee's -
1 JL.
.l'J ". '; .' the local Ice plant In flrst-clas Condition -' being familiar examples.: Ansterllts rule is but natural and oecasion's -
":v- t l. Toe BJaerUr and also to Install an ;jciectrie ?
weather.and
::S1 !' lOB!( rROHOCK: light plant In connection with Jrr\ The was fought Intensely tosses cold Increased no surprise. fOMOTIk ODN ad the er It 2.50perallill..' :g

f the Russian were And thus we see that to every one ...\ ;' W
: ,. Commlasioa rs Special per to Cornmnd
send
:, capital stock Is to be 110,000. the .. .
by Napoleon turning the fire of his artillery paper endorsing the candidacy of Mr. I a.. SAMPLE BOOMS
.
[.')..f"""-'! .1 ,;z.M.B.R.nooCK.JOHNS. major portion of It has been then by on the frozen lakes over which Wolfe there/are about three opposing t pUlllm-J rid fib e.s668& fist. fJIrUI.t ".0 t
Messrs. Jefferson. Chillingwortu-
I the Russians sought to retrrat. In our .
x'4 I It. Other papers have yet to declare ..
., T. A. WINHELD.I Jon, and other directors of ti. Palm civil war Fort Donelson was captured I Nft .-. --e.--.- :
3t their positions In the matter but we
!
'
1 JOHN KKWELL
Beach Company. Stock bah: been I ire
In February, Fredericksburg was : believe that the ratio of three to one
,:jf G. TWKKI.>ETTi
; & taken by a. number of local witness
l fought In December. Stone River December I I will be maintained when all are heard. .
;-t Tar School Board men'\,and a charter will be apPtfed for 31, 1S&2( January 2. 1863 andThomas :
f. With the press, so with the people.
4'KLI SMS.HLW.J.PARRISH.
f Is Ktstood I
as soon as possible. It un
defeated and ruined Hood'sarmy I We doubt sincerely' if over one-third t
..1i\\ ; i that the plant will b4 In fuU operation
at Nashville on the 15th and 16th of the Democratic voters of the State ]Many kinds of Stuff
gyp :
c f"i {W. M.' BURDINE. about the lint of December. *ti1! will be i
will
of December, 1864. Hence It
,. ,. are pleased withthe candidacy of Mr. r
v : 0 furnish all the ice consumed J| this
"'-f-' 1'1' seen that history does not warrant us i Wolfe. are called '
The Hoe. D. Cady Herrick looks all portion, and electric light fordll who
,
p
'
r In bettering that the war In the East I .
:' fTr. winner In New York. want it la Fort Pierce. This l&<&n improvement will pass Into an unofficial truce when I D Stable Manures! "

that will be gratlYT: >preciated EDITORIAL COMMENTS.The i
Hoosier the snow beginto drift"HOW
j1: .It UM Democrats do their by ererybody. and th fcroteet Dade Farmers
t County
.'f'1 } '..4aq".. ay. aU be happy ret should receive every encofli 'gwfent.- e ?
Montgomery Advertiser Dem.)
._ I't..iJ :;1...'," ,It"O" Fort Pierce News. h THE PAPERS STAND. ( and Truckers
'" : : In the -
hat put his trust
:BooeerfU
II \ that Mr. Bryan did not bolt the St.
!:$' -2 :tTMU.' lodge Parker has placed hisr.IthtIP4 Perhaps the press Is the best reflector
The wayWolfl jow|
; : Holk> muddle Is Louis Convention. Doubtless Roosevelt Sure Need the Best
of public sentiment. If so, then
.. bad feels
lffY. as as the HOUOW -8heatl j ddle the same way.
the vast majority of the people of ; '
:; rtc I "_
In the primary, and much deids on -- -
;:-:'VXT*. defense of Port Arthur bids fair the developments In the'trial of'W. X", Florida condemn the State Executive 'J y

??;v' .to..OTershadow the defense of Sebas- Holloway now being held ink DeBriDe. Committee for Its action In placing the The Galveston News (Dem.) says: Composted and Well Rotted ,I IIt .4;

t41'; ss4 : ; of Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe the "It has come to pass that every time
'rJ1otoI name on
>" .,... .. Plevaa. 0 As It now stands. Holiday, Is ticket as a Democratic candidate for the! bears on Wall street send wordto can only be had, in one way. Address Box 135 Miami;]
'- Jnf the nominee of the people a*;. pressed 1 f _
!'of :,,' & o4l j portion of the popdaUon of by the primary election) !] while State Superintendent, says the Palatka the farmers that cotton Is sure to E. W. Gr A i ':.a.iS I -:--f

';; J"IorId&tri1l! be In'Jacksonville this "Times-Herald. A careful scrutiny of fall in price they haul the bales from
|
I. WoKe is the nominee of t State
>
:;')vetk atiendlng the eanaly Miami Democratic Executive Commit}?*. A'iwho I our exchanges reveals the fact that of the gin and throw them over In the CALL ON HUGHES & CO. r -
,
:: seat her quota to swell the crowd. I the thirty-nine newspapers whlth have lot where they will keep until a better
inl'J..m<:" ,. participated In the primmr are time." Who handle the Miami '
# & I a i j taken definite stands on the question, trade.
f.il1'1 pledged to.support the nom es of
: of the Wolfe la Sheats In favor of supporting .
twenty-nine
i'f.JJewart qUf'Sttmf are i
.
: said primary, and the few Is. K -
,''r -clot hinges a slogan that should be "Ha : the State Committee th 1E rightto the regular nominee. Hon. W. AI. Hol- ;I The Rome (Ga.) Tribune (Dem.) I

iJ ...;>.,'sounded and echoed 1n every town and relieve the voter of tbl bllga- loway, while the remaining ten uphold says: Grover Cleveland will\ make ,- -

.iI"....... i. .']kamlet In 01. the StateHP Uon'' 11 the action of the committee, and have only one speech for Parker but the i I :

v. at I acceded to Its request In lending Mr. II entire nation will\ pause to give It
If the State Committee Is
i. forded! i Most Wheel-
"fei. > The bkllding boom In Miami shows the right to supervise and change the Wolfe their support careful attention. When Mr. Cleveland ;Americas Perfect
r- Jao'IIcu.or subsiding. The contractors
r4
I&? result of the primary n her* is the Those denouncing the committee for speaks the ears of Intelligent and '
in tact to get busier as the winter
t$,( : Men advantage ot holding these primaries exceeding its authority, and overriding thinking America are In a very receptive he
season,approaches.S RaoYQlef;
;' > Might we not as well y ntlOI1. tb" expressed wishes of the Democratic mood.
.. 'Qiitmlt I
&r: ;- ,.,.t$ } of cotton picking the and save the baveif' primary voters of the State are the Gainesville Differs from the. bicycle. Pushes one-fourth' Y''.
| Sun Gainesville Star High Springs The propped revision\ of the Chinese .
:r a middle ti6d western parts of the State
'p;: ( money:is plentiful with all classes. A The Advocate has ever been t& favor Hornet. DeLJkod Record, Live Oak I I exclusion art. thinks the Cleveland : easier and i is prupelleji the same way. f{

... t. of the primary:'as that is the ojt|r way CY'-srent. Jasper News, Fernandina [ Plain Dealer (Dem.). ought not to
.'iiepaty.sheriff rounding up a bunch ofnegro'gamblers The less the
: : ; In which the people nominate \\Mi pub- N.ws, Miami Metropolis, Tampa Times, | meet with opposition even on the sandlots : friction the easier the push. U1,,
a few weeks ago capamonatlng -
t '
yo-.. ::.
i': ; 1.. I dangerous precedent to the Informant Lake City .Index Jacksonville lof| the law Insults and Indignities hare :

". '1Jt1i-; 'f now apparent. that Tom Watson I State Committee to overrule altl'.lL[ will Sun Tampa Tribune. Cblpley been heaped upon Chinamen of the I $. than any other bicycle. ;: .:r.i .

A. of the people and reverse de- Banner, Del'unlak Breeze LeesburgQu j better riasiyn merchants scholars and
a ,.. 'is"working{ more In the interest of the .
cision.-East Coast Advocate. 1 imercial, Lakeland News Levy even government officials, whose sojourn P1 u.zn.bing:
;JUpubU;an party than be Is la the one i %
"" -,. .' County: Advocate DeSoto County Newf In thin country was admittedly
him the leader at itstkhef.'be ,
-that. named as fd{ { '
J' J. Mingled with the thunder the I Btrtow: Record. Palatka News Sea temporary and brief and who were In I have
( same can be said of one I an up-to-date plumbing establishment//
.' candidate norm the rain and the flood,* a the l>reze: ,. Miami News, Marianas Timesi.urler no sense a menace to any American I !_
Wolfe .
.lawful
ft Unmet an roar of Russian and Japanese iiiilllery : Miami Record Fernandina Interest It.. In favor of these that It connection with my Bicycle Emporium and
j ior'tteomce of State Superintendent ( anv
''v_""'' and:the now of Oriental and Mylcovite ur. Sanford Chronicle TKnsvilleuir > ls now proposed to negotiate a new lrf
i of Public JutructJOD.g prepared to do the best work.
.fJf' ,.. t. a L blood. The rigors of a Maric urlan : and Crystal River News. i treaty.; Good morals good manners i I Call and see me;

: :A.bo 7 Wh, has disappeared from his winter may reduce active anstfltUes ti-' The papers supporting the committee and good policy demand that some of
_
,r; 1" .be.. M New York left a not aaylac mlnlnam. thooffi it Is reportt.. thai, Its "If't'Jr'T ntlon Ire a. follows: the cruel sod needle restrict 'n now M. J. McDONALL>

r .that ii;lied.com. SomU' la j&aU Ua ........" cwt .teiM to aa actifi.' win-I 4.:rsd >i ws, Lakeland Sun Lake a In force be removed.- >:

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License eport. I

..f SPECIAL I
I4Tottst.onu EXTRA
e prOPCssiops RePOrt of Licenses issued by Cty Judge ud Tu Collector of .
Dade Count. Florida, for the year bepnlJ October t.t.A. D.. 1903. and

ending October lit, A. D.. 1904: I A .
No. To Whom lamed What For 0 State County \

l-Lewl. D. Lockwood hotel II to %$. .1 /.r .. ... . .$ 10 00 8 5 00 Johnson's Addition Lot Barons

2-1. W. Burkhardt, merchant, $ .000..1"" .. . .. 100 300 ;
d4 =o tn.+ 3-H. J. Burkhardt, merchant, $1,000..1.r. .. . a 00 1 60 _

ATTORNEY4 AT LAW. 4-F. Egerton Co.. liquor dealers/ ...1 Oar .. .. .... 500 00 260 00 I
; 6-Nel80n Horton merchant, '1,000..1 ar .. . 3 00 1 60
2fr| Will staeOo*la aU oo rtt. But* tad r 4enlT. I-B. F. Laasetec' liquor deal.r..1 $at .. .. . 500 00 250 00 a

41*.staagenlti..r.r.zastaiasasl p.rls.tluaa i-A. B. Chapman, liquor dealer..lltar .. . 500 00 25000 A FEW weeks ago we advertised this property, and the result was that many of our ,

>toTh&ss.sr, Mis S-M. J. Waters, merchant '1000.1 {t\ar .. . 300 160Shackelford customers grasped the opportunity of securing such bargains. We have decided ..
.. . 600 00 600 00
A Co. dealers.
>>- liquor a
to Seventeen of these lots the market and "
place below will
more on ? be found .
.. . 500 00 260 00
siAoas. it D.., 100J. C. lAu her, liquor dealer..l I'
U-8toba & Hunter, mercht 81,000..1 sear .. . .. 3 00 1 6u a list of a few particularly fine ones in this addition. 3tlV

lids. wfta 1.4 Cross Paartary.Z.aMeae. 1=-A. Hebom, merchant n.OOO..i ear .. .. 300 150

IttB* BOM 13-8. F. Butler merchant, 81,000. .:.i."ear .. . 3 00 t 60
{ a>rarT*
'" FLORIDA.t. U-Eugene Getes merchant, 81,000.. ..t rear .. .. 3 00 1 60
MIAMI
: IS-Mrs. L. Constantine mer.. 81.000. .. ear .. . 3 00 1 50 SpecialSeventeen
16-K. B. Rauleraon. merchant, 81.000.. Year .. . 3 00 1 50
M. JACISOH, JTL, li-{;. W. Idner A Son mer. '%.000..1 ear .. . 600 300

y k ; 011i1S: IS-W. H. Gartman liquor dealer..1 .ear'.. . 500 00 500 00

t1;rsL BitCAYM! BLOCK, AVE. O.I It-H. P. Branning tear .. . 10 00 5 00 :Lot
20-C. C. Carroll preparing deeds, ete. tear .. . Ii 00 2 50
yr ;yLLtI, FLORIDA.CDR' ;l-80lomon Sawaya merchant $ .OOO. ., fear .. . 6 00 3 00 Sale..

---chas.. H. Watson liquor dealer. . 'ear .. . 511000 25U OIl
W. B. RUSH, 23chas. H. Wat80n. liquor dealer. .. .1 rear .. . 500 00 25lI 00
ii a : !C&ooQs
4-John Se'\'ell: A Bro.. mer., '5.000..i lear, .. . 15 00 1 60 : ..
'Pbone 84.
1Yv street
Office tt5-ltth 89til8t.I 2---well's: Tailoring Estab.. 1000. .) wear .. . 3 00 1 50 c:> t'I

BesWeuc, 26-John SE'1I'ell A Bro.. mer.. '1000. .; treat .. .. 3 00 1 60 ".Doa. "" .: .-. t'-"

4 MIAMI. FLA. 27-M. T. Mite'hell A Co.. mere 'l.ooo..i year .. . 300 150 'C."cr... :. i .
28-< edE'r WalkE'r, mel't'bant, 81.000..1year .. . 3 00 1 60 :Q"B:: : ,
r.w. BACKUS, 9-Geder Walker restaurant lens %0. ail year .. . 500 00 250 00 "' 0-i 001
Z tI
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7T. 30-Geder Walker 2 billiard\ tablea. .. r.year .. . 20 00 10 00 V j- I T

Plans, Specifications and DeUils"jtaVie( 31-<:. A. Dtekeraon A Co.. mer.. 8,000. it" year .. . 6 00 3 00 Q 1t8.i
m tor BoUdingx of.Al Kinds, Fine 32-Mu 8lrkln. merchant 83,000. .. Oear .. . 9 00 f 50 q i i

i .Reaidences I' 1313 Specialty 33-J. W. Harper. merchant, 1000. .. fg1 year .. .. 3 .00 1 50a4Geo. 2i30eL".d'/L3r.,.. S !. .5. It. M .pIe .:- yM'aad
Oltnc ATsNvsytl. . . 300 150 .
.
c R. u. Edwards. mer.. 81.000.,1jYe&r Do Do I j!. \ .
1.000' : .. ... . 300 1 50
as-NathaD Washington mer.. ..18&1' z oilil ... f" !, .
=. gexQ H-EnrcJade Produce Co. mer.. $1.000.fl lear .. . 3 00 1 5037Miller .i. :0 s is..s_ j \,,
0\ Co.. merchants $2,000. 4 l.year .. .. COO 3 0038John II a J.-' .It!
CVv43. sua*. oxswult ti ElU. 1 billiard table. . !'layear .. . ... 1000 Ii 00 RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM THIS BUSINESS BLOCK WE: :. :. .g. is o S- F.:' :.. ,J >4O I

T" *" 39-3. 8. 8el'eYelL, merclwat $2.000. ...I yw .. . ... COO 300 CAN OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE PLOT. 100x150 (I LOTS). : : '1 S Do 5 : {
.. . .. Ii 00 .
fO-Ju. K. Jackson Jr.. physician. :lear 1000 c"s: !. f : ) 'f
"Otk fcfiS.Vifiita"1? > flfc U-EleaDor Q. Simmons phralclaD.. .year .. .r.. 1000 Ii 00 THESE: GO TOGETHER, BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS WE HAVE THE FOX ; it \ ;ri

atsar tN U-Berurd Adamson, mer, 1.000... .; 'year .. . ... 1'00 1 SO .. .. .t ;<. {(
f3-8. E. Curr7. merebaAt .1.ooo.... ear .. 1' 100 110 LOWING. 1ia: :- = ':, "" ;
: : : -
merchant 11.000. ... . 100 110 : /
ft-W. C. Maynard. !
year :
1 lot. 4xl40 $60.00-$10.00 down and ".00 monthly : : ., I ;. +
: :
C.tptGAlUfO. .5-A. C. Or$ n. merdwlt. fl,000...... year,,. ....... 100 160 4
? fl/ALTKR Ii lots 10x140 $5.00 each. 10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. : : : w Ii : :
merchant 11.000..i: ?: .. .. 100 160 ,
fC-W. U. Jones, year i. C Iota 0xl40.. 70.00 each. $10.00 down and $4 W monthly 8 .. t ,: ''r''
: merchant, '1.000. .. .. ... 3 00 1 sotFaber q.z
f7-DobblDlA: Qutggg yesr : : '
f'if': d hoot.v a lots, (0x140. mOOead1., $10.00 down and $4 00) monthly : r e !: ";
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Brothers merchants. $%,000. ... ... .. 6 00 a 00 '
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If. 4 lots, 0xl40. $8000 each. $19.00 down and $4.00 monthly : : : ) '. ;
J. .t-J. C. IAuther I billiard Ulbl. .... .1.year .. .. ... .. 1&0 00 11 00 : ./
'r 1Room1 1 lot, 0xl40.. 8500. $10.00 down sd $4.00 monthly. : : f i : ya j
6O-BlKarDe Lumber eo.. mer.. $4.?GO. .. .... .. 12 00 6 00 1 -h
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51-MiamI Novelty W'b.! mer.. $1.000. year .. .. .. ... 100 11062can011 ; .: .. ", ,
I Miami. FU. A Clark, merchants. l.0G0. year. ... I 00 1 60 : : r-: : c f; I'"
e'I 3-W.. K. Allan 1 billiard tablu.... .. year. .. ... 30 00 U 00 tr It will be Impossible to hold any of these Iota off the market-we .: :. 6 q : I. t/ .<,
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YtOUR. 6f-8. T. LuttreD, merebaa: 51.Ob()" .4 lear .. . ... 300 1&0 want to rive equal opportunity to all and every order accompanied by first III t .

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';- 'l: -I}.- b. Umstead merchant $1,000..M\ year .... ... 100 110 I t.

r.l ,. r"t.'WU1tJftdla 1i7-WUlKlller. restaurant, 1zo..... rear ...: .. Ii 00 2 60 I :l '" t; '
z Ia,a'J I't..CawpoIatlaa.o UM BuuEsUkt and P.aIA. IiS-htoD Bleb, merchaDt. 1000.... .. )'ear .. :.. .. 100 1 So59Oirtmaa :LV.I: .. .L. :JS'rEJR.-: >i1
s awls. ,Pattkalar. BIW-. merchants 83.tOO.1.! year .. ... 9 00 ..iii)
4.rtaatll.-.1a rel..dt. ... :I\lIa"; aadsaAsa.n*> 6O-J. W. 1Yes. Fear .. .. ... a 00 1&0 BV4. H.A.'rC 'Z'I' 8V22raSNt'A i': ;I. .........-1:) '

:.wr' -,.<" 1 I'" Gl-H. Des Kocher; u.OOO..1. fear .. ....... 300 16(1 !f
..*. i. ,'1- 628. W..BroYD. ( lear ...... .. 3 00 1 60 S1/liami, : : : : Florid :.; 11,"""

hite\ : Baiter Sborf.'CMAYNARD 63--C. A.. WOOdrult merchant, year .. . ... 6 00 t I Of' i.:'
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64-<:. A. WOOdrult merchant, 8.000"1'1 'kr .. .. ... 300 1 5065.Johnsoq I <'''.';g,0

fou Qalrs:' No WaitiiY .Walker. BIeri., -"ear. ... ... 300 160 -- ,' 1i
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k9. t R1ep1. merch't&, ,f.000.1.j year ... . U 00 I M I Canal and Transportation Company's ,i. M. CHENXT. .j..; o.. .
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; : ; Proprietor 68-LrD18D. Co. merc luta. 8.OOO..j; year .. .. ..... 600, 10"69Worley G. W. Wnrt Nacogodochea, Texas I anal which has been In progress several tL .
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I 33ab1es : > -Robert McNeal merchant, 1.000..J rear .. .. .... 3 00 1 I 5- fever for three yean; he could not find completion as rapidly aa possible. The REPUBLICAN I STATE TICKET .A',., 'jj,

t .. Y' '' t.OStIolas.0 .' 71-J. E.Lamus.. merclwat 83,000. .i ,74 year .. .... 9 00 f 6' anytime that would help her till b'l divide between the Matanzas and Halifax ,For Gorencr: .,""'" "

,.t,"; '- 4iladeL- 1-J. E. Lnmmua merchant $1.000.., 3 rear .. . .. 300 1 573i. used Herblne. His wife w in not I riven Is now the only obstacle M. a Mad'ARL.\NI:. t': !J;'
i ; .Eo I.nmmtes merchant'I.ooo.llear .. .. .. 300 1 Ii, house without It, and cannot say too and the dredge Wimbee Is cutting For ; f-z.I< .
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;.: .' :-._>> .td". 'if-Rabb A Cook. liquor dealers. ...{ b year .. . ... 600 00 :250 d) mu-b for.t." We. Sold by Red Crow south from the Matanzas while the I JOHN K. HORR. .SAtf;-/T':
i'Gjoi'aarttiljnttrf:; 76-GauUer Broa. merchants, 1000.oj year .. .. 3 00 1 Ii'" Pharmacy. Carolina Is rutting north from the .. -q...,
Oaeb. Imtarj, Ie 76-P. A. Gileson mercht 11.000'.71; year ... .... 3 00 1 6". Halifax. the distance now being eight .| For;, Attorney-fleneral: : : :;-
A I "tr; 11-TUmaA Smith. mercbant $1,000,1, year .. . I 00 1 E E. F. O'Cain. who resides about I miles of solid earth from which the FRED 8. CUBBERLT. f.:' '4s.
1( 78-Eugene Porter. merchant *1.000.i 1 rear .. . .. 300 1 5"79Geo. seven miles northiOst of the city, dredges are cutting; 120 feet each per For Comptroller: .fi ..1 v."-
:?: :c. C.,CARROLL.Homeseekers D. Smith. merebant '1.000.Ii.. .1 year. . 3 00 1 0II80Delray'Maaket brought to this office Tuesday a cab- I day.-Cocoa rjid Rocklrdge; News. j. u SKIPPER. ;. .s

'' Agenf My list of ;' merchant, '1.000 ..1 year ... .... :3 00 16f1 bage snake, found in the hev. of a For State Treasurer: t' '.' '"
, .':' Tla'i ad Country 'Property cannot: beU 11-<:. Chan t Son:mercb'ts, $1 ..1 year .. . 300 16\ head of this vegetable bought In this BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE. I II:.; M. BRELSFORD.For .1} t

'Clt7 ontOlty and price Come 8-W. F. ;jFreach, merchant. 1000. ..L year .. .. .... 300 161' city. It has been turned ove to the I State Superintendent of'Pahl r ..
I. bsatea to and I3-t. C. Gardner. merebant, 11.000.Jo.l year ... :3 00 15;' university authorities, and .'e shall 8 Le Quinn, of Cavendish. Vt, was I Instruction: 'l..1f.
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t..t.. 'Yo |aay, 84-Sarah !Uozeman. merchant, $1.00..1. year ..: .. .. 3 00 1 N I publish the result of this examination.Lake robbed of his customary health by Invasion (W. R.O'NIU* -- .
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t,:tutor* "t' 85-Brown a lI00dT. merch'ts $4.1,1 year ..: .. . 12 00 6 hn86Geo. City Index.TESTIMONY of chronic constipation. Whet For Commissioner of Agriculture f1.f; :.

' :. c. Co CARROLL. Mancos. mt'rcbant. n.OOO'i..lye.r .. . .. 600 3 0 II) Dr. King's New Life Pills broke Intc i iJ. S. ROWLEY. ; A4i?!
!'t- J Notary Public 87-Amee4 Booh beer Saw.,.. meichant. ':) OF A MINISTER. ;uU house, h's! trouble was arrested and For Railroad Commissioner: (

1 '114 Aft...lit aI'II:" 1i6RD SiRIiiS. 8,001I ..... .. .. ....;11 year .. . 6 00 3 on "'"w >IA '* ofirelr cured. Tneyrt !IL T. RITCHIE. 1q
1 88-Cott.a City Pb.r''J'. mer.. $2.0 I year .. :. 6 00 3 011! Rer. Jno S. Cox. of Wake Ark. I guaranteed to cure at all drugstores. For Justice; of Supreme Court for TWsB ( .a

'i"JjEO. st-Black8hear $ Co.. mercb' year .. . 300 1 :.n rites, "For twelve years I suffered of Six Yeses: .t?* j'f
: : Lt }MCDONALD 9O-Mra. (G. W. Bonds. tauranr-JJ from Yellow Jaundce. I consulted s t It In pretty generally known that S W. B. SHEPPARD. >...,*'ft'

:E.' Jt x (a.'j gtuerjP less,'2(1 .. .. .. . .. .....4tl year .. ..... 500 250 tram her of physicians and tried all marl of good quality for road making For Justices of Supreme Court: t,;:.:
. > BerWvbur Sal tMidlidl' .tr !*.' 4 spuciatty 91-Elijah Meredith liquor dealer'.f.1# year .. .. .. 500 00 600 00 sorts Of medicines but got no relief I purposes lies in beds In the bottom O. s. FAP.R.1.: :
.i : 14:; COCO..lIttl T GBOVL FLA.a 9-KarI Zapf liquor dealer. .. ..... -.1 year .. . 500 00 :250 flU Then I began the use of Electric Bit. of Indian river In water from one to C. 8. ADAMS, :r -;:
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&f-PatUe UraDt, merchant 11.000.14'f..i rear ,.. . 3 00 1 509'Sxrs. disease that bad me In Its grasp tot In the good roads crusade for -- J.1 .

a '' REJ' 'OU GOING R. 8. FlaDapD. hotel 15-!..jt...1 year .. .. 10 00 6 00HWin. twelve years." If you want a rell all time, why not purchase a dredgefor I REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET,.,.. \1}. .
r.ellll, merchant '.,000. i'i1.1 year .. . 12 00 6 00 able medicine for liver and kldne the purpose of raising this marl to For the LnKtclature: .. i., :

6S N\rthlorJWest ? 97-Summgrif a King mer.. 'l.000.1! rear .. . I 01\ 1 5/ I trouble stomach disorder or genera be lined for road-making In additionto I .DR. H. C. HOOD. I rag;,! .
IS-W..Oj{ Pearson A Co.. land agent4; .l year .. . 10 00 500 debility get Electric Bitten. It's guaranteed the use of a dredge by the county, I For Clerk of the Circuit Court: >y sO'S5i l;:

99-1.. R.' Ivey restaurant, lea 20..1 year .. . 500 250100Samuel by all druggists Only SOe. there Is not a town on the Bart Coast MORGAN E. JONES.
: f.7 1 Sands. merchant. $1.0004 .1 year .. . 3 00 1 50'' that would fall to lease or hire It for For Sheriff:
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101-D. MJ Shannon merchant. 'loo6, .1 year. . 3 00 1 6ft Last Sunday Mr. W. M. Snyder. of raising marl for street building pur- I' H. T. FERRIS. .- r fk .'

A Dais'ials 100-H. N1 !heal merchant '1.000. ..! ; .1 year: .. . 300 15/1 this city, took a notion to sneeze, and |Ixwes. The News does not suggest a County Treasurer .r '4t" 9;"a
103-8. 8ctneldman, mp.rchant. 2.ooir .1 year .. . 6 00 3 00) sneeze he did; but when the event Krr set r--mnoth dredge! like they use JUNE M. ROWLET. !;.,
;:\ i' ..'iMXcilled Railroadc IfrulOf' 104-ModeIj Pharmacy, merchant u.ciKi.,1 year .. . 6 f/ 3 tw.1o5Geder 1 was over he found that his arm had :n IHI-M- the bottom of St. Johns river For Tax Collector: ., 4

.- Otters passenger Walker {estauraat. less .1 year .. . 5 00 2 5/ been dislocated at the shoulder He Ilr R':.1 an Bay but a proper and rea- I J. I. WILSON. f '
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.......' trains eurrrin lil6-R. B, Potter physician. . ..'!' .1 year .. .. 11) 00 5 4141 was laid up In consequence for a dayor Uonjlilp clreilge, adapted to our size and ; For County Assessor of Taxes:
4'"..lee,.,., .p-&o-kU coaches, free re- :, 10i-Mn. S. g. Earman hotel 10 to !t&.1 year .. . 5 00 2 5" so. We have heard of many way ( flea: c'ability! Why not*-Coooa E D. L. HUGIES. m.

': :.lliU( cbatrtNeara, end Hilb dining rn eltir ears. I.'SIra. :Jane Mcrrow. hotel 10 to iJ..l. year .; .. 6 00 2 51\ of hurting one's self but thin to the 11'1" !:oehledge: New. For County Superintendent of PubBa/;,t'.

feetwee BOrthemiand> the f'19-tip. L.Crockett, relltaurant less year .. .. . 5 00 2 5"' !I""> rase of dlclot&tlng a Joint by I I Instruction: :(;-1-1\;
tfi .- <.TUi' ... .lalqlc.n.nHleI.| no-R. 8. Kunze merchant, 1000. i.R. .1 year .. . 300 I 5fI sneezing we have run acrrxw Everybody A LOVE LETTPTl. REV. S. G. !'ERRICK..fit
; Bosjik. .. . 111 00 5 M" For :t .
.d.ta Bell,Through Ttekats via 111-CooI.y. Horner land &genta.f--.1 year -fluld! sneeze lightly her \\'J'. iJ 11-H. B. Murray, mercbllOt. 81,000.1 year .. . 3 00 1 5(1 Suwarcc Democrat (Live Oalo I Would net Interest jon if you reloo' J. IRVING GORTON. {:it'For

:O.. re4 & N. 113-J. F.jSUon.; Co, mercb"t, $1.&Itt.l year .. . 300 150 : I ITT for a guaranteed salve for County Commissioners: *.* -\
:: IH-W. E. Swoops merchant $1.0041 year. . 3 0:0: 1 51I15M. SAVED HIS LJKh .or<-,. burrs or pll.... Otto Dodd of lit District-HARRY RJCHARD&. .112nd 'I"
For .Bats*, acted. *)**,.SUsptng Car 0. Jenkins, merchant, ,1.ooIit..l1ear) .. .. .. 300 150 J. vDavenport.::: Wlngo t'rUe-. f I Po-l >r. \io.. writes"I tii-lered withan Dlstriet-C. c. HAIQHT. I* aw
'of"MCA:; .Z.seatlae., .&.PIIIrtD Ill-Ben.. H. floater mercbaDt. $2,0..1 year. . 6 00 :3 0" June H, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe uplv sore for a year but a box of 4th District-R.t J. PECK. e'arj, .
.. . .. 600 2 50118M. Ballard' Snow Liniment saved 5th District WALTER ) .
/ J. M. Fleming. ll1-Job. Sapp. restaurant, less 2b ..l year i Bucklen'l Arnica Salve cured me. It.. WALDEN "
'jit..1 1 11., S< h.r.a.araaaafr B. Gmber. mercl1aDt 27.004..1 rear . . 54 00 32 I' my life. I wa under the treatment of i the best salve on earth. 2 iic at all drug For Members of School Board: ,
w w..a say treety .. l1t-John Omweg lMnbaot. '1.0.10 lear .. .. 3 00 115+n two doctor's and they told me one of store. lat District-J. T. ZIGLER. '
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&, ,. '. .._. 120-1. C., Vereen. merchant '1, ft..l rear ... . 100 15'1 my lungs was entirely Itc nee and the I i 2nd DistrictH.. S. MILLER.3n f';... .
" : .. I I' I -I>fSf "- I I'll I' 1 121-J. C. Vereen. 1 billiard table.. i..'. year .. . .. 10 00 6 f..'. other badly affected. I also had a lumr I REPUBLICAN NATION. AND CON District-C. jr. YOUNGS.For : .
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"':"5 ;TiUFrttadJoIOrjtUtd Ltbcr.f ; 1-J_ Wilioo merebant. 1.000 l.l1ear .. . ::100 1 In my sl.le. I don't think that I could Justice of the Peace: ;_
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//r 123-Magnolia Grocery Co.e mer, .1 year . .. 9 00 f have Ivfd over two months lon -er. I ORESSIONAL TICKET. tad District-E.' WmDDEN -\- J- *
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"We r apelxistb rdust that lU-te.nX.A: co., menhaDt& n. ./J...lyear .. . :3 00 1 ." was induced by a trend to try' Ballard and District-frank IDNER. .. 'iF..th .1
. '\ opus ssWlBC. uy stare to U5-8tqtej !CltehinL merchant. '1o..11ear .. ... 3 00 1Sprh. Snow Liniment The flr.t appllcatior I For Presidential Mteton: Dlstrkt-C W. PIERCE ;; .sa

;!r.: DAb m5purctas* yom' kindly 12SR..'8. merchant. ;1e0)) () .. .t rear .. .. .. 300 1 gave me great relief: two fifty cent I C. F. BCFTTJM 5th District-W J. GREEK 'i '
re' uk tie elak to show you his In-.i. W. 8ad41ck, aavehM1t. $1.' 'rJ ...1 lear .. .. . :3 00 1 : bottles cured me sound and well 1' I GEO. K. RORT\8ON. .. For Constable: ;jr: .

. : ,.Vulou Cvt.; 128-Fred 8.'Dewey. land agent.... a ...l year .. . 1000 Ii t129Ed Is a wonderful medicine and I recommend and Dist -DAVID McCUNK.4U .. m.. .
: t ''i .A.L T79.B.tca.r'ktrIatsrawamal. .tn NeIIIOI1: merclwat. .IIOOI..l1ear .. .. 12 00 6130Wm. It to suffering humanity." *v50e. I GEO. W. HOLMES, Dlstrlct-T. B. FUNK. .. "- J

't;,,.. .. SImpson A 00.. merc"t, C ,OOo..1' year .. ...... 3 00 1 $L For sale by Ret Cross Ph;.rmacy. O A. W. WENDELL. Its DUtrlet-L R Burton.a4r. 4)) .,1
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ctF!1 -I*rfocttnned.< -from_first pact.) Cropland home. left-for Florida, their f uL i : 0 H STILLY MEATS..POI POLim TNY AtisD lx EGGS. :0 ,

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a > The bride U the second 0 209 St. MILLION

worn. 111.; Dr. W. C. Marshall. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Throop Crosland. J a 0 floods IkUverod P..... 0 ij
Yrs HarU ck. Rebecca Qdell and
lovely woman and a favorite with?;he 0000000 000000000000000000ANNOUNdE3ME
Stella Seward Dayton; Miss Caroline
young and old of nnettsrille. ;' 8I '
Keff )luJ'-U. and Abagail Unwell.CU .
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x groom Is a> promising business m. of
cinnati| Mrs. Hamm. Miss Edna I = J' .
Miami Fla. ; e Dollars being in
Hanm an| Northrop Maxwell Belle- are !Spent private'
Mrs. W. 8. Mowry entertained a >*w THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC ANNOUNCES THAT MISS

,mt* + foatalne; Sidney I1CROSLAND-Maxwell. Plttsburg.I1 I friends Tuesday evenIng in pan ofj HANNA PHEBE SHIPPER. OF BOSTON THE NOTED SOPRANO AND and public enterprises in '

l -CROSLAND. Miss Croalfcnd and her bridal TEACHER OF SINGING. WILL CONDUCT THE VOCAL DEPARTMENT .

J j I ARMNGTON-BROWN. I DAILY BETWEEN AND 4 P. 1(.. AND WILL BE PLEASED TO EXPLAIN Vigorous [iMiami

HER METHODS. VOICES TESTED FREE.FRANKLIN .
The Benoettsvllle '(S. C.) correspondent -- t I t i

of the .columbla Daily States furmlahed The :following is a copy of a-, COLEMAN BUSH. [ ..if

thy paper with the followingwellwritten ding Invitation' received by frienflK in I .- .'- -- The 'United States Government has a large force of R

and Interesting account of this city wbich will be read witfcClnterest -
men Miami "
I working on Harbor. The gigantic'::
= the Croslaid-Crosland wedding, which ,as the groom Is known a'.l: atilt
was aolemBlzed in that city Wednesday the East Coast of Florida as n Pf
evening, October 5th: I neat pineapple grower. He hat ;41feo I jTfIdsonicy.c1Eflis way out of the famous Biscayne Bay to the great'" "

?t One of the most charming marriages been one of the popular meirberp pf i Atlantic. /;;,

,t l that has taken place In BennettsvilleWas | the company of bachelor In fwest JI

the one which occurred Wednesday Palm Beach, and his desertion *from I

at th* Thomas Memorial church I the ranks will\ cause no little stlf In -Built to Ride. THERE IS NO CITY IN THE SOUTH THAT HAS HALF SO BRIGHT,! k-
society circles. The invitation rends I A FUTUIIE AS MIAMI. WITH THESE { "
when Miss1: Florence Crosland became as ,CONDITIONS EXISTING DO>;
The choice of
professionals because it is '
.ffa. i a the bride of Mr. John Gordon Cro land, follow: -Mr. and Mrs. George grfls i YOU WONDER AT THE RAPID GROWTH OF rmsFA..STDEVELO -;

f b-' Of Miami \\f\a., \ The ceremony was Warmlngton request the pleDSdir8 of the Best wheel made. : ISO' CITY 'j;'

r"'rformed fat 6:30: o'clock and theN your company at the marriage 'otOielr I 1905 model, $45.I : ;

+ .'_ "handsome Cburch wan all\ the more daughter, Mary Grace to Mr. '' THK TIME HAS COME FOR YOU TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN p;

-i F beautiful because of the elaborate decorations Gordon-Brown on Thursday '!'it'm I INVESTMKNT3 THAT WILL BRING YOU I A HANDSOME PROFIT-,-,a'

>nd the soft glow of the 1 the tenth of November at half : !

4 waxen candles in the background. The o'clock fourteen hundred and 1 flriilaneI I Don't Throw Away\ Your Old Tires. j jVc L

1 color scheme of these decorations was I Euclid avenue. Cleveland O-tt l- t Look at These !I.Lots I.

green and..white, and througircnit the cal l Sun. t f fII \ can vulcanize them and make them

building arranged in the most artistic II Jri \VeatlierforJ: of Key Wes Was good y.. new.Vc are the only peopli I I "-
u. 1\ hat will\ be in few
a years the fashionable' of from
quarter Miami
r, manner were palms ferns and ivy in I a passenger Doming over on the cat arn- in Miami who \ulcmi/e Tire : x
'i profusion. |The officiating ("clergymanwas er Martinique Saturday afternoon'from I j300.no to $400.00 each. : i'
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i the Rv. Rufus Ford. The wedding -I Key West to attend at the bedside ofher. -- I II I
A three-room house near the center of the! city for $2,000.00. This property
'. f mare was played by Mrs.. W. P. .daughter in this city. H :
i i The Hudson Co. cot-slats of 2V4 lots ''
J.. .y jj : Cycle | and has a number of!faring fruit trees. ;
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I Misses Edith Mercier Cora Tpert '
:. f. The bride was beautiful BO In ex- :' I One C-tram house and lot, 180000. i '
l '-; Sjnislte gown of peau d. cyne trimmed I| and May Werley were auvmgaengera lhb Ck-I 1005 Avenue; D. Opp. Ullendorff Block Miami; Fin X I }
leaving this morning tcr; One C-room house and lot $2, 00.00. \
late j
'fi VWith old and a veil caught up with I SoooooooooQOooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaooooocTHE
sonville. wl.tre they will\ visit ifthis I
.,: t orange blossoms. She carried carnaL'tloos week and take in the carnival. i One !?rge residence (new) which rented list year for $700.00 for-tour '
: and :Malden hair ferns. There
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ie r--were seven attending couples. The Miss Willie Hahn accompan :bY ,5O0.00.PROPERTY

"r : ''bridesmaids wore white silk mousaer'Hne her aunt, Mrs. DeCamp and l WITHIN EASY DISTANCE OF MIAML +l

over tiffeta with green girdles and Miss Marie DeCamp, came in rom
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.\: '-, tollajs with large white hats. They Greenville ,1. C., on Saturday tfpl. Y SPECIALTY One 20-acre orange and grapefruit grove (bearing) for $3,600.00. v

>'-'i"ere':; Miss?Lucla Weatherly with Mr. Mrs. DeCamp and daughter wlljl|* +end Sixty acres, one-half plantel In citrus fruits all bearing. A,5 330acre

-1: .IX D.'McCoil.. Jr.; Miss May Crosland the season here as the guests b vMr. orange and grapefruit grove ;
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i --wat. Arthur Douglas; Miss Bessie"iCcLanria and Mrs. F. W. Hahn and family
" i It 6 -a"n1I of good ridge land. $20.00 per acr*. V.
%. Irlth Miss ..
.; Mr. E. D. Moore,
Mrs., Clifford Ximanles, tormeflj' a One rl the greatest Investments ever offered, which consists of a beatinges
Wy'CroslAnd with Mr. Carlisle Bree-
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ru :V*.m;.:Mlss >Jell 'Dunbar with Mr. Jimtfr resident here, but now of Min re- orange and grape fruit grove pineapples, mnd tropical traits. This would ,
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f; turned home last evening, vln& .llO ft, Iata4lta'
\,\ Miss Eunice Ford with make An Ideal country home. Investigate i i
paid .her mother an extended rUit
\"jfr.' C. V. Dudley' ; Miss Jennie Cros-: here. Her little daughter EnnalLee r / A'42-acre pin'ry for $LSOO.OO! twl

"laad, slater of the bride, was maid ofYt =
: accompanied her.-St. Angnstla Recort \On Tl lott's Key and Key Largo we have property wbJ Jl. Is tow In price,
: .Itoaor. ani Mr. J. H. Cheatbam.. of !
: inI but will greatly Increase In value la the very; sear future. JIf
%'v ;norida ws best man. Little Kiss
; 'A Tin ounoem..ent
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'1fJ. ';Beanor. Towasend was daintily dresai Captain Rose, manufacturer ofutl- da tell you about It J it j r
I MIAMI CONSERVATORY OT MUSIC ANNOUNCE tHE ENGAGE-
i *,W in whit and carried the ring on a 'Acid atone blocks and ornam I Is s
.'1 satin I MENT OF MftS. LII L/1/ B CART OF DETROIT MICH. AS DIRECTOR
-'vhlU. cushion. Misses Annie now working a full force of m d
I OF THE SCHOOL Of EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE. HER SPIERS & MERCIER
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XOWl'7.4. Olga Crosland were the : has orders for a great quantity ,his
\... ': I LONG EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER EMINENTLY FITS HER FOR THE: -
material.
'Itowercbrtt.Thie He la supplying 000

.,;..-.,'; ushers: were Messrs. Brown Her.vaa -I feet of curbing for the F. E. ( i bteJ WORK. Real Estate and Insurance Agent .:
;- MRS. CARY WILL BK: PLEASED TO MEET THOSE WHO ARE: INTERESTED .
''i\; .. Dana. ;;aud Throop Crosland. Company to be built around uj golf Box 177. or UOOH Avwine D. "
IN THIS DEPARTMENT.. AND EXPLAIN HER METHODS. 1.
besid&orna.- ,
'.A elaborate dinner followed the and Royal Palm grounds,
very .
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CALL ON OR ADDRESS: MIAMI T FLOJiIDA.
'* eddiag for.the bridal party at Mrs. mental fronts for the Ullendorff Sulld- .
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s 'f..u.t sister of the groom titerS lag and the Hayes block. ; HI i- i 225T.* spa FRANKLIN COLE MAN BUSH. Director j ij ay

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I AU) of the lots were laid off in the* nearly all he Rk'shriek and stone us, have already bought Iota, and quite than ISrtO to '1.'041. ;" I these :tats are Di low we ist a few furnished houses

..original plat of the city of Miami business blocks I 1q; lIe center and the .a number will build elegant homes as only U'l) to 14' feetn, while ours for 1 rent for the season: ( t.

err .Florida. and are fall lie. 50x150 feet finest and t residences on soon as the bridge Is completed. The are 150 feet We keep a free team at
,w +' Thejw are the choicest lot! In use city each. end. moolft: i feet wide and Council at their last meeting. October our door ready to show our1 lots to 6-R oom House, Fourteenth street $500.i ;-Z'r r
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# beyond any doubt, as they are only has 10-foot : The court-house 20 1904. oruered sidewalks {laid on real seekers of homes or Investors, and Koora House. Awoue C. 1325.

C {K fou J blocks from the post-offlce and contracted with tMf J Converse Steel Twelfth street to Avenue K. will\ be pleased to give you our time If 7-Rooni House. Seventh street >600. : tt

s .business center. Er *y lot Is In full Bridge Company lowered and complete A petition was presented by the you are Inearnest. Remember also 6-Room House.. Seventh street $300.
'w f and overlooks the oeantlfnlMlajnl a magnificent bridge' the river I.-Roo m t, House. Twelfth street and
; sled'; ; across property owners also for paving streets that we mean what we say when we 1 & -

;y ; s river, and also a perfect view of at Twelfth streetfSls steel. draw will and laying sewerage which will be tell you that only a few lots will be and Avenue. C. $800.

f UcfbaslneM and prominent resident be 120V4 feet la' t tWgth: and 30 feet passed at their next meeting, w" agreeing sold at them prices, but'1Iat1ou have Below ,we list a few-speclal bargain ygrMr

portion of -the. etly. It U only tnwlnnle1 wide. Including ;,Wable walks. This to donate the city's portion of the the choice of all of thorn and that we for sale:'

walk from 'BlMByM Bay draw will be supplied by omcrete com of same. 1t,1. our Intention to
guarantee to build the bridge and pa'l'e.Annue. H, lots. $10 cash and $10 per r xe
.. S 4 where the Liver empties Into It, and < and steel and coney pillars. The en- make this th? pride portion of the city, the streets at no cost to those who )!hr- month.

z tssti g. situated on the sooth and west tire length of till&kdp will be 290 hence will\ lOt ell any lots to other c has from u>>. and that both will\ be Bay-Front; Lot 150xl 0, $4,000; easy ware

p'J sld ,: the.breeze from the bay sweeps :; feet and Is guaranteed to be completed than desirable persona, and In lens completed by January 1, 19"5, if money termDa .

vnbrokra up the river and across the i ipu and ready for tray :::'bjr January 1, 190/i. than twelve, months we confidently expert will, do It. Remember also that If you 6-Room House. bay front lot. riparian ,
;: I that in summer It Is Impossible > by the Converse Ij t cage Company. this of the
so pan city to have from bought a lot as near as Seventh street rights: tropical fruits and shrubbery '
e a to <*_a mom delightful location for a Besides this we. Kave already ar- 5ft to 100 of the choicest building and which Is further away that It would adjoining city; very cheap at '
s bonie. / ranged to pave &epth. Twelfth and homes to be found In the ...
1. city fullyequipped i-ort M"i from, f* 10 $litst: with water "I.IM>0.CRoom
;rt leery lot on this 'entire beach Is Thirteenth Ktreeu/R cad TWf'lft.strePt with water, sewerage' ami and sewer, Honu- with lot 75x150 $U900.Karm "

as high and on fine land, consequently! will\ be not only cofjpleted: by January E'lf''trlclghII\ We hltIIt't'n -n the real estate biifnfKS of 45 acres, all cleared, .( )
tr there Is harbor for mosquitoes, nor! 1st, but It will belbended, west, and
no few
t ,. Now we offer only a more lots for mop than twenty years, a..d! trees, oranges, limes, grapefruit f*
r s,, lathe breeze cut off from the bay by' paved till It interacts the pared road at the above prices and terms before Know how to vl properties to II..I!!. I l kumquals. ctir-oanuts. etc., many In c a".
derile hammocks or forest trees through the Gene M|} Lawrence prop"t' advance ;,
j prices.
If }ou are a stranger; in the rity, do bearing: three acre In bananas; i,
Tills property would have long since] erty, thus making:tl iii the most travel- IX
that Twelfth
not forget street is
not he driven or by the prices that are ::IMNPI,' pineapple plant, two-thirds
been the center of the city and built ed thoroughfare afjotlt the city, as it and City Hail lots .
are only three
given;! ><>ii on pi< ;>cities which" are of- m bearing: has an 8-room house
homes, but from the| will, twj AUtance and
mllet1
mpwjth elegant save- going blocks the
away and water sewerage: feral l by any and every one In the city with, 80 feet of veranda. Price
3 fact then was no bridge across the coming from the !otth Orange Glade and electric lights are already completed hut see us properties I hat are txlniivpy $4 5HO. '

Miami river near it. so that to reach Ityoi properties j 3' } to the river's edge, ,
ci waiting only
; < | han lied by our firm, and get; 80 Acres two miles west of Lemon City
had to pass more than a mile; Now only a fr J-*. ords r.u--e. N e, for the brtrtpi to cross over.Those .
? } only one priWe give you rttatr.ct Depot, on agood rock road; good
then were no paved streets notified a fee otlut! friends and clients of
Besides thinking of buying
you ; a to our prnN-rt| and! we warrant every neighbornood. Price per acre, $15.
or > oads, to this point Reaming the In'the city ''II'twe: were ,oing to home, just think for a moment we sold "
; "|<> Ml i leaving; our office. If you are a ,o Acres one and a half miles west of
full Importance of opening up this do namely sell S invited number of the lain
Twelfth
+ on street to the riverJust straneT we will I.H L'la-l l to ni"t ion. 1.11ie River Depot $20
per acre. xc3y.
., = ; tract, we secured a few weeks since our lots at the sijMll sum of >.t veer and will giveon the l l..n..ll of our y> Acres one and a Half mlks from
r t an f option on all this property at ex* Inside lots and $ 0 for corners, one- at 1250 to '::1o each: now rnoM of them twerly ""lOr.' fX!"Tience In sole l tins Cutler, part prairie, part pine; the ",Ka;
low figures, and have already third cash Ujanrjohe! and tw
1 '. reaing1y i yearn we built up with fine house, and no your grove farniv. homes investments cheapest property in Dade county
tbt. Jst one in the city, a* it has Some fifty of ou ", wi.> knew vacant lots tan nowtie had for less '
infornia'io'i In
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W F. MILLER & CO. .e
a t ..i,.lirat" tb,' tweuu-fifi'i, anm\tr" >arvtif froth/ Vnih/s..aPas". Te\a.x to her ,
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t H. M. IING'Undertaker their weilliiu on the .iith'; instantwhui ... .i. in1 )i'I: :1:0: -" IO !h. f.a arrived la '
(Succcttor to Edwin Ncliou., )
n they \> ill titirtain' a miuiUr: nfV "I ,1 mUit for coal and to berth

and Embalmer (! .r fi lends ..t the Sin Carlos HotelI.nir 1. '. .1 I : ... tlMiulint/ iimclitions outside ft iq;
Ii: THE UNDERTAKERS
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4g i a"is aa'd The Angle and Nellie

1300 Avenue D 1 I of tin seamen from th. wreikrn.au in 'mman'1 of Captain[ John Meyers. r

I 413---12th Stre t. Phone 25. ,'d G. parkton hlan Led in I the \eteran coast pilot of JacLsonl -
". I I 'Ii .' l hit Texan take her
r 'the cm and ingai-c'l' as flshermt on' : a wiat in to }

7 y' _- i I I hoard the smack Mount Pl>.a ant under ha I.. Ttruiis i kk. The I tug I l.as been
P; THE Miss Camilla McKillip. of Key \ \\'. M. Hope of the County Clerk's Farmer D. \\". Moran of Lemon City I Captain Holmes They are aJl lorpl n- at \ra'a.j Pass the past jtar or more tp

''DAILY' MIAMI METROPOLIS. i it, in the city, the guest of her relatves, I I ..mc't'. Mlain 'sited! relatives and as among Saturdays visitors to town. i ers allllIl..a; .. very littleMrs 1':1I/II.h. t'-inliiii; the barges': engaged in Jetty .f '

-- --- }Ir. and Mrs C. H. Garthside. at tb.,. lr. friends In this city yesterday Mr Mr. Moran brought In some excellentlerioi'ti work i here. She U a powerful craft. >1

" ,',; .MONDAY OCTOBER" 24, 1904. :I residence on Avenue B .\) I Pope| says Miami continues Ui enjoy a N hid were grown on his place I and Is well\ known along the south Atlantic l

Ji. MAIL pCHEDULE- i !>, rapid and health growth, ghlug indications ai that thriving village. and lound a J. R Scott who has been conducting I coast.The .
i See slick Sample Switchell In den of becoming one of the largest; I ready market for his products a pmate l oardiiiK; house during -

':'Arrtra from the 5tF. JJorth- .: fights In a Bar Room. \.1.l:;t.;.t I elites In Florida.-Tropical Sua the summer In the Dr. Skaggs' residence

Parties the clo e.l it this morning, giving .
';tf '1OO L visiting begch yesterday ( ,
'J; IM p. B. J The steamer Martinique, which"!' .' I Charles H WeBer one of the survivors I Ft.port the shore lined with dead fish of I isn-seesion to Dr. and' Mrs Skates who )

.,.... NaEth- ed yesterday morning for Key : of the wreck of the schooner Mel- I a'i sue and descriptions, which were .' will resume housekeeping until Jan-i ='N7
DaM for the li( had a very heavy freight and tw< e rose, who was brought here by Charles killed during the storm by being I aary 1st, at which time their house ',
m.U
v. ; passengers. >>,> Singleton from Gomez was sent to the heateti about on the reef and beach I will be turned over to parties from Ky
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:. p. -- hospital at St. Augustine Wednesday They are in a decaying condition and I New York who. have leased It for the ManufaGfurerCounts
.i,.- -- --: - FOR $ALE.-8 H. P. Marine G* night where he Is receiving medical create quite a stench. season Dr. and Mrs Skaggs have engaged II III 2'

tine Engine $125.00 delivered. A4 attention.-Topical Sun.J. .
I : rooms at the Everglade from
I: TOWN TOPICS. I IMrs. Fryer J. B. Grange 1105 East Qttrii aI I that date.
Captain Albert Hlnckle of
k :, Jacksonville\ Fla. i i: M. Dean and family arrhed last keeper Not
Soldier Key, came to the last
-----4 up city
night to make their home here Theyare
...... : B. B, KUc. of Jupiter. U In tile County Judge A. E. Heyaer sallied from Springfield, Tenn. Mr. Dean night on tho yacht Jupiter with Captain The government light-house and bea- i i tike.
.'dty. the pert of? Mrs. F. W. Maglll.j. yesterday morning from Miami ( pent considerable Ume here winter Ross and party and tomorrowwill con tender Laurel. Captain Co grove. The coat om machinery If it lea-

(: .;' come up to look after his orange |) Ire before last at which time he purchasedsome return there with a load of lumber commanding, arrived In port Saturday I urns the expense of production.The

";t;. ,tConiing-Ten Rights In a Bar Room. interest, Tropical Sun.i" property from Mrs Ed. King on to repair the damage done by the recent afternoon... and was moored at the terminal t same argument will apply to '

fft<.Mxt'> I Friday nfckt. October 28. : the Orange Glade road. storm. The Jupiter will take the dock until this morning, when i housekeepers; buy the "machla- *'rr

Laugh and cry with us In Ten Nig ta Captain and cargo down. she pro-eedH to the lower bay lo erect ery" to run kitchen Ue

x v ,Mrs. Alei. Cc red, of Little River In a Bar Room next Friday night at'e The B. Y. P. U. 11'11give\ a masquerade ..- new. beacons In the place of the ones' least; t t

/to .-g to-day's visitors In the city. auditorium. j| party tomorrow night at the A large number of the smaller fishing i I I blown. tlowp during; the: went storm llsecouoriiy. We make a'special- r

I -I ,. -, craft are moored in the river today and to replace 'the huts drifts.I| out of it' of kitchen furnishings and will 71
< ; residence of Mrs. W. H. Johnston on I
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.:1. FOUR OrTICK ROOMS FOR RENT. J. F. Oliver, of New York ct"iC; a* Fourteenth street, to which a cordial having been forced In by the pla''e. sv eial days will occupied be pleased to supply. your wants r3

w11 Room 4. Hatchett Building. at the Wlndtor for dinner yesterjjiy j invitation Is extended to all the members strong wind and sea outside. Owing, 1 in the work! alnn< <: this hive Our .price are. the {'
was for Miami Fife- to the rough weather of the last lowest '
route -
;J.- .TT I He en of the I'nlon and those of the several I -
H.5Mr. and Mr!. :-pharles Schmidt Mn.CarwJ Times-Union )|L days the catches have l Ite..n very .
I : young people belonging to the Baptistco'tgregation. Mr Mien\ I II Tleare, one cf Key
and lira. ;GrHyer, all of Lemon H :.all. and stcrdaj none of the 1 local
c \\1 i ,t i uteri 11 mi: ; nn'n liants. arrheilii THKRACKET
;1; ply, are ajnonfrUMlay's visltwa.See Sample witchell and Mehltable:Jne I I I retail nh h..use had a hound of Huh .h. :Ma.i 'niiijiSiiunla! Mr
'''':Et will show how 11,1s1\ :or Ann Cartrlght you A suit In foreclosure was Instituted I CI an': II' ,.1 I I:1: ,... cnl'Hoithlt.I of1t't STORE.F
{} Simon Slide sling the hot stuff ;, In Bar Ruom'
done In Ten Nljhts: a this morning in the, Circuit Court b) 1 'x "It 1 .' u arri' theip'.c. .... .
Sa Ten Night In a Bar Room. : t- I I [ E. Ben Carter general road- I t' .t. tt.n.4 11.'I. !11\1It. n..rf,
l 'i :' liaker & Baker of Jackhon\lll-, in behalf :| n i1 'i M'1I.rr., "> I' I .. .. "'\0'" I.r.... '"
"< [; j Jiin AnlPr--on. charged with ",P4 1., ina-ter. K T. Guff general t.ii|>erlntendent ., .
L of the National Hank of tie Stat : M u 't ii I 1. i'l. Itntliof
*' .Mrs. L. W fierce, wife of Lemon' !lan"",) was arraigned befor" .ItiI1Rr-l of Florida against K. H. Burr ShelluV and 'Ira Bla'c*-K. chief elertrl- i'i .. i !I"" :1" 'mlii -

;airs promtnenf! citizen L. W. Pierce lleysir this' moraine.. and wa ,c nl Burr. R. U. Stockton and Hampton."radford ian of the F E. C. railway. tameilown ; .r- .,i""", .11 i tl" ,," ."i .

11 Calling In the!' city to-dky. mittM to JaIl 1 ''ii t.ere a sen. 'nrvyotthr. Tom St. All lIslinp last night and! Uiii ... '... .
partners :r \ "I.'t N I'II '-II il.: '
.}:.: ,I : month. J IRr I morning went ilowii the fxtei mn to t I... h''i: 11". ( e. iuln,,'dial :I. it Take lie Big: Boat.
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.. kwANTED.-Ffu,. __ Wilson I: I Captain Jack Graham enUrtained: I utter on a tour of in-pectiou The ''i "i *i.i.i\ tie 'i,i.lnl 'H"\I" mil
'M :ictnber Romaine rentiers rt's9s- notor car or the was; brought .
I Dr. Edward H.irdlne and family yebtrr'lay company .1. .r 11'Ksnniille, "h..r. tl.ey will,
sit.. tic remarks in Ten Nights in a BarRoom e : on a trip to Ragged Key aboard down and the trip is being!: made nn it. :ti-n. ..<. arnhal
K*,Mr. CUnt/'Ju ,It Peterkln\ wno spent' > i;t tt his schooner Buccaneer A most de- :as the party expects to make frequent' The CLYDE .. .1m ...' r.iular trip I )

that: winter in the city. has rt'turned.I I II 'iKhtful day was" spent the fish catch stops daily' t > tla: Bi-arh. Kavlric: the Stone '

t.:sad 1* a guest at March: Villa. I Rev Pepperell. the German. Lutfiei.<.. f i |t uelng exceptionally good The party ... Dock at 2 '.) I). m land-ng!: at the new
.' -- I, who down to offleltt Captain ROM. of the Jupiter enter- I
ww' minister came returned the I ferry dock Juct north o' the jetties r
by moonlight arriving at
._$ See Fancy Frlsink mix the drtuks In I at the funeral over the late WilhaiaLaesrh. mouth of the river about midnight. abed yesterday for a trip to Soldier | BUSINESS LOCALS. I IHea4quartera where evert facility is fvrnished fork ;i#

Ten Nights In Bar: Room. ,: returned to Del ray this e- I Ii Key )lr. an<1 Mm M R Kelljm and I SsKNXN>? NK I good bathing and the Beach being eaI -

: "' nine l' i children, Mrs. W H. McDonald and i I ttrely cut off by the training wall. from '
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The houseboat
I Vagabondla, belong fancy groceries fruits .L ,=
!r"f. J. H. Tatdm [left this morning for ing to J. R. Mellon, the Pittsburg laughter M-. and Mrs John Sult/er *
,.Jacksonville\ to '(transact Imsnieas and I have a few Real Bargains ford! hiHomeswker I I millionaire left for Jacksonville on and his daughter. Miss Julia Rocs At Cut Inlet there is none of that 8.4<<-
tab la the carnival. in both city and roils,f 'he Key Captain Ross made one of his Is your sewing machine out of order? ': tow which make sea baU-inc so daaI ;
". Aionday Palatka News Aftebeing I I r9
Let W. L. itH..
Danjhtry repair
Homeseeker' famous !fish chowders which was thoroughly -
the I Ilf'roul.
,: C. C. Cnrroll Aunt .*
:..... r, Joe Morgan (is the "real thing" In ifflee ?14 Avenue D, between StDcI! I(I the thoroughly Vagabon-lla overhauled will go In and commission furnished enjovfd A short sea trip was i: knows how. 1005 Avenue D. No channel to follow going over; aoi

< also Indulged In. and the party returned MIAMI CONSERVATOR Or MU !long walk after .et there and
:r- Night In i Bar Room. and Tb rd street .1 i and proceed to the East Coast and this I i! yon
to the city late In the evening after I SIC. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH t
: where the will be later I
is-I port joined by
Mrs. T. W. Jackson, who has been Mrs. C. D. Lefner and children.. '' her owner and family for the winter I having spent a most pleasant day DIRECTOR. 125 TWELFTH STREET : ONLY 25 CF\TS FOR THE $
ter far Jacksonville
tovleave in a few days I I
pest rpy
i VialUng Mr*. Babcock has returned toi
\ ft visit to her mother Mrs. As soon as Captain John Miners. the TO LOAN Dad
on MONEY -Apply to t
l.fcer home In Miami.-Tropical Sun. Mrs A. J. Kolb and Miss Saldfe. afterspending ROU 1 H TRIP.
A. C. Martin who has been seriously. few oast pilot now in port on the Bruns- County Security Co-, M. T. Crown w
I I a days at St. !.outs. went
ill for some time tI I Nlrk tug Angi"; and! Nellie arrhcs at Twelfth
432 street
H. B.
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\ ion Shaw
J,1,x FOR SALE. CHEAP, f. I to Denver. Col., to Join frieids the -
craft he will r
I -- 1 his destination with that
OPEN Ll'lHTER. 6 by 18 FEET. Frank fixes fresh fizzes .fo" I Misses Wood of St Augustine They JacksonMlle and Needle" for all kind of sewing machines -
Fancy 'immediate! return to
Jnt tie tt'\Io? for use on river Apply r"oash'frlt'llds in Ten Nights In 4 Bar will come back to St. Louis later to. I I "irini the till< Brewster from there ,. at W. L. Dauthtry1 1005 Avenue TAKE THE BIG BOAT.Youngs' .
Dos !!. | spend two or three weeks morThe\ I D
Rcxmi she will be used b\ the P.
I t I l lI write Mr. Kolb that they ran .ito ice sere where I _. .
f C' -- The
sanford Rosa dredges as a tender
':'' ".E. M- Jones f<.ho Is In charge or a I P C Clark. of the Irj'i of Carroll A: snow and all kinds of cold weMher out I I'rptter Js a small but poweiful tug -

'.r guif of men t'IIJI..d; In drainage work Clark. ha< !let throp''''!i' t I,. T? .'t. !In Colorado I and especially! adapted to light draft ,

f at fort Piece.ame down last night Hahn for a handsome cottage Lobs I i her"
.. ork. such as she will encounter
Rev. Dwignt Cameron I
.'Y...tor a day .or twg-. I erected on his beautiful lot on Seventh" I terday morning after an returned absence)e o't' n the meantime the tim K"I\In.: \ ; Pharmacy! .h.

Jr"i -r- street near the bay. Frow. Is acting! as tender! for
'I attain'
several months, In
horse spent St. Louis and
: FOR SALE.ne good family -- 5. outfit.
'it sad rubber-tired carriage Price for I FOR' RENT.-My cottage at "OalCrags" I at various middle west and eastern he Ross '" ,
on the bay in the Brlckell bAn- polntr He nil! resume charge of the I f .
both. $100. Address "C" care Metrop- four The tug C-c-orge \\' Child! c,f Key : A complete and carefully .elected clock We buy cur lru,s in

.'r..cis. Miami ,.: 3t mock. Furnished or unfurnished.fa- torate.Episcopal Mr. Cameron missions under Ms pas .Vest, with a schooner in tow. armed! small cuantie| .- and often, M we can alna,. :han them frr.'*. andpare
-.. drese 1t| Is accompanied afternoon"I I Our cu-ti>mer.jfet the bcnehtof thisan.arcalw.v.'ati\ ti,d
; lower ban yesterday 1
-r: Groot his nthI'
Marriage ) have been Issued tm Mrs Margaret Arnold by friend Mr Staples Willard. of

.ito.> ; X B. Cleare testier and; Miss Senle Alphon- : fij; Little Falls, N. Y., wbo will be his 1 o'clock and anchored. Thn:McDonald Child t e aE II E anti S-JrinAS erns .41
1 IBS aboard M" }V H .
Marion French and wife, of lofri. guest this winter. *
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2.... Douthlt. anj S. P. Griggs und Mrs. of the local telegraph .5

a f.'Belea K. Clarke have French arrived owns much for the valuable wintei.propertyin I Mr.,- Rev. W. E Stanton of the Baptist tfflt uperintendtnt e. and Mr C. H. Bradley\ who | : : : jro3m intiu_ : : : I hit '

f ':The .cbooner4' Reliance. an.1 Dollle Miami, and has great faith injfcie church, delivered an able sermon at ailed from heir last Thursday on the .. ..
> lor the Island CIt to ente at the 'iida fnuntam Special creim and, .herltet..aturdav's :
the Methodist
;are In to-day from Key West and Intermediate future of the city fat|| Episcopal churn South lartlnique hire .. and cening'e ml ...."f patronage and \' il
yesterday morning At the tug and materiarto come |I .
night the Sunday -
points '
of
with cargoes gra- I alwav- endeavor to -.ee that 'e l beat in mir Ii: cPenoMl
oral cfmlRcellaneou! freight Rev and Mrs C. A. Fnlwoodto ere t school missionary rally was held ind repair the break In the cable which ,
,, supplies n> ,
;1 I leave! .for points up the road tomorrow there, and the church was crowded to -wcurred during the storm last Sunday ,
f Th' The work of picking up the ] AttoitioM 4-eti.e D. itrs D.r.II'WII' .. 1'est O i... +'+*
.'A large dmsl nment of water pipe, for, a two-weeks' vacation. M! overflowing The exerclsea were specially night

a.rtroa> Palm Bnach ha arrived here to' will be no preaching service at ,ihi entertaining and Instructive ,and broken cable: began this morning and I give* to tU prauipticMlaV.. E. YOUNGS.' :PROP

ea!b. used la the extension of the local]I'I'I Southern Methodist church next Siva \ rood collation was taken up I for may take several day to secure the
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c =ate maIM ,. day on account of the pastor' absence mission. .. .. -_ --. two end and make the patch I L'

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COLORED PEOPLE State !
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THE ::1 Was Cut i iii Suite No. To Whom laDed What For State County 238-H. C. Stanford
Co.
; : mer. 3000.1 year . .. f 00 4 MS
H )31-EYilena Hall merchant, 1000.1 year .. . 100 150 239-G. T. Fulton '
HERE: AND ELSEWHERE SoilS merchant 1.000..1 year .. . 3 00 1 W Y st
I That Him 132-0. R. Knight merchant $5,000..1 year .. . )5 00 T 50 240-The W. P. B. Furniture Company. ,

I J33-Warla Lewis mtaurant. 1 less iI..l .. . 5 00 2 50
Y year merchants $3.000 . . .
a ___ result . .1 year . .. I 00 4 ftm
I's I I'n't Ii and as a ware 134-W. H..Ijhnson. merchant U.OOO..1 year .. . 3 00 1 50 241-R. H. Roper
merchant n.OOO..l year .. . 300 1 MM
; 135-D. W. Fenton merchant U.OOO..1 .. . 3 '10 1 50 i
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now working ;* year :242-0.: C. Chlllingworth larwyer . . ) year . . )0 00 5 0\JI
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>/ [\( forget the ticket pra'tireBig 1.". :-.' I.. Haugh. merrhrut. $1,000.,1 year .. . 3 III) 1 50 :243! -John Bryant cigar
TAILORS I If3 factory 1 band..l year .. . j$ II-f?
I 4] t ';\ I FOUR MEN 7-<:barll'lI W. Plpl'n.ml'rch'nt SI.IIOO..1 year .. . :3 IMI' 1 !.SO :244? -Chas. Jordan
..,. Mounttun Baii- merchant. $1.000..1 year .. . 300 1 M %
: rail1' 1 S-H. B. Porter merchant. U. III..1 .. . 3 III) 1 50
in order ahead of = year 245-Clark t Co.
to .
keep )() .
rhurfli merchants n.o I year . . 300 1 M V
tin yesterday ; 1:19--W: R. Ferguson. merchant U.INIII. I year .. . ::4 'MI 1 :30 I 241-W L.
1 orders. AIF his has Daughtrey. merchant $1.000..1Yl'ar .. . 300 I M #,
; ---:- I our : Ho-J. T. Ziegler merchant $2.000. .1 year . . 6 ''M) :3 00 247-J C Harris
Co.merch'ts.
: U.OOO..1 year .. . U 00 ( M J3
Mrs. John Hall of Coc-oanut Cron.&r been brought about by 141-Parks Uros. merchants 4000. .1 ) ear . . 12 1111 600Wall..r 248-L. P. Seward.

merchant. $%.01111..1 i year . . 6 00 3 Ow
;. in the city on Saturday. ; winch follows U Kitching. merchant U.UIIO..l year . . 12 OH 6 00. 215-E M. Williams
the satisfaction merchant $1 .Ocio 1 jar . . 3 00 1 JV:
.y I H.-J8OI: Paulsen merchant. $1.fNIII..l) year .. . :3 OIl 1 50 250: -J Edwards, merchant
I $1.ooo..1 1 year .. . 300 1 U V
Mercian our work. t lI --H. B Juhn", ," merchant $1.O Rev. Sloan was In town y. i year 2S1-\V.: B. Rush .
I { physician. . .1 ) ear .. . 1000 S002.12 -*;
'4' sad worshipped! at the Baptist church j I.Ui--J: C. Curtis. merchant $1.00".1 year .3 00 1 3" I :! -W. M. Hall merchant $1.01/01. . .1 l ear . . :300: 110 $1
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C 4 tr __ I Ifl. if'i r'- H'i--J.; A. Robbins, mf'reballi. $:.01111.= 1 year . 6 ''M' :r.HI 21": ::-J A. Raulcrson &: Bros. mer- jj aka

y 147--A J. Le'o\IM.law.r . . . .1 . 1'1' 'M' :3 i nono
ear
(chants ( . .
n.INM' . .
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". R, J Taylor ", on'hl"'ltofal the 1 ) par . . 3'M) \ SlM
Baptist church yesterday mornint": We make Pan s...to ltg-A S. lldtsford dry. goods merchant I !:S4-Ft. Dallas News Co, merchants 1 ) par. . 30.'I 1 SO J
your . . . . I
$6.IMI .1 year . IS (M. 9 255: ; -\\'. I. Metcalf. .
land .
agent . 1 par . 10 no 3 Of rifl
1 measure ffftfu 111I-Thp! Pomdana Grocery Company' : 2.1.;-Je....e ,
:. Several the IIt Daughtrey. merchant I2.IXMI | \ Par . r 00 3 6t .
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strangers,:: were in } I merchant $:.000 . ? . . I ) Par . . G ''MI :: ''M'' I II :257-Frank T Bu..jm..rrh'nt.. !
Sw 1 I $111)1'' .1 I ) ear . :"i I 1700 %
jeMenlay.., -- : UPa l.of-liall'b..u$ Da CB'IIIara Hardware! j jCompany 2-18-Frank I'. Budge firearms . .1 1 year . . II 0 IHI 50099
: $4.5 I mercbanls. j.o"O..1 year . . 4'1 (004 20 let I :5:1-1': Perry hotel.! . .
10 to 15: . .1 ) ear . . r 1 St 32'ii
Elder A' *ter. I1 F. didn't g. t in on 1,1 -Chas. RI.k8, mt'rl'hant. $1.-1..1 . :: ,u,) l 1.0( '
year : ;'>- ; F.
h ( Sc-hnenler.
<< hotel. 25:: to 5n 1 jiar .. . 1.1 n i 7 So'Jl2M
Saturday, as antuipat'd' 1-; --'has. Rirk"\.1: billiard labl..s..1 i scar . . ::'u ''MI 1'a 1I i 11 (Ml : '; -G. F Schneider
merchant SI.'WM! ) i year .. . :S: 00 1 W %]
and Catch ,"u\t\ I 13;: \\ >h. Singleton rest'rant less :::0..1 year .. . :i IH' :1 :,n o; TweedBros!! .
a I -- merchants. $2iMci: .1 year . . ti; Ort J OjlfytJ.J
; Wr. Jesse i 1'.'" of the Cni\e. was In I Ithe l34--J.: \\'. \\'atson. merchant J5.1"1 ) par . . 1S isI ; Su" ;:
; I II r'ranels restaurant, leas 20 .t year .. . :5 n ) Mif R1;|
cityacsrcna! ; > as low !t 1--r. J. A. Butler merchant fl..1''' year . . :: 1M' 1 :jit" I I1,6Ida ::1:4--.4 I.Saundl'nt.
I merchn't $1..1 i ) ear . . ;; ..w) 1M
= Singleton; merchant. $1.\)0..1\ year .. . ". ud' 1 50 2ii5-F;: E. ('. Electric Light Power and l jfl
Porn jo Mr. and Mrs Henry I>. an. \.;- .. I. M(.:Scil & l" lit .ry stable. I I1. rte
$22,00Vc Ice Co.. ice niaiifrs. less 25; t ten-l 1 1) car . . inN) 5 09 9"US
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on ,"'oflrtbIrt't'l.. Friday night a I... 4 lo !8 I . . . . . . .1 year .. . 100.) B DO ': John
Set bold merchant $1 .'i"' 1. 1 1rar . . :1 'mi j W*&|
wtlllion't \ 1'H-H. M Hart boarding !louse. 1".15..1" .. . 5 Oil 2 :oil. .
Both arc doing year ::CT Frd..
fil
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I Sterrj'. bowling alle> 1 l\e .r . . u: 'N) 7 50
i \ _i- 154- E. C Lumber and Supply I Company ; '
1I-Pr1l.I..IIUallns.! Co. of America H ""
I f.' .j mer<<:hantJI. $8.)'Mt..1 .. . 24 (00 12 00 i -ia
ii ;': forget the ticket practice ai : year I I'. BranniuK, agent Ins. agent . 1 year . . . J $32iW
I"'I-H.; T. Hamilton merchant 1.10..1' .. . :IIJ 1 50
cr S school-hoiise. All registered vot..t.Dllst "i" year IU'klon" Bradford
the m..r. SI..o'.1' year . . 3 ."> 1 1
\Vc guarantee: nut %>rk or giveback 161-C. H. Raul..rson ti Co m..r..IMI\ \). I year . . 3 (() 1 50Inll. I t'ea'
If want vote right,: 270-Z.
be out to Calender merchant ') WJ
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$1.1)0111..1 ,
you the \aid' for it. year . . :r.: 00 1
money... yofa i. 162-Continental Co.V.. 1. M..t-.l .. . . 2if:
[. year 271-E. M. Brelsford. . jl
: land
:10. agent .1 year .. . 10 (Hi 5 p0
Ker. :A. Jackson left Friday for J.' A WCDLEY calf manager. : Insurance aJent. I :272: -Home & Campbell merch t. $'!.'IHHI' I year . ? 9 IHI 4 JW 'K *
tr''e tort .'. :S''nee rte W J.
} TltWo"I: lc Aiit .lUOud l&i :7".- 11. L Hiilier.; merchant. il..1 ) ear .. . 3 to' j Mri
y' for several days. National Bank !Metcalf manager Ins. agent..l year . .. 2 50 274-Palm Beach .
camp meeting Next to First Club. cigar license 1 year .. . 500 tSOJ
lIi4-.or.'lcb Union W. 1. Metcalf
fj.: 275-The Palm Beach Club liquor d'ler..l year .. . 500 00 COO CO J
The 8. Y. Y. U. of the city was well "v: Insurance agent . . .1 year .. . . 2 50 276-The Palm Beach Club restaurant jJ-

r x+ attended yesterday. Lively exercises.; I6&-Sprlng1leld Fire cad Marine W. 1. more 20 . . . . . . .1 year .. . 15 00 7 Vftl
w + good music. MagickSityDrug Metcalf I'V; insurance agent... ) year .. . . 2 50 :277! Sheen's Real Estate Agency, land *

166-Glen Falls Ins. Co.. W. I. Metcalf agent . . . . . . .1 year .. . 10 00 'pZ78Mutual '
i Mr. Robert Barbery and family were fatore.J.A. Mgr; insurance agent. . . .) year .. . .1. . 2 50 I.ifea J. C. Hancock agent, N|
ta tit*s! city yesterday attending the 167-Sun In. Co.. W. I. Metcalf, M'gr; ti..
Insurance
..-ent..l year. . .. . 1 M .1
rally It New Mount Zion Baptist a insurance agent . . . . .1 year .. : . . 2 W 279-Royal IBS. Co. of Liverpool J. C. '. IJB

ekreju: .-BUTt $, M. U. 168-ProYidence tI: Wailb. InB. Co.. W.I. Hancock agent insurance agent .I year .. . ,. ,. f ft'tfl
Metealf. lna. . . . 250
ri : agent; &rent..lyear 280-Geo. A. Oslo merchant ?
; Proprietor.Drigs. $1,000..1 year .. . 100 11 J
; Mr. Barnes MeNabb fell from a- telex .r., 169-N. Brtdd and )Mercantile W. I. 281-Fireman'! Fund Ins. Co.. J. K. %'

""bole% last week. inflicting Metcalf. "'cr; insurance agent... .) .. . . 2 SO .
very Patent Mtiiciaes.i Toilet year Dorn agent; insurance agent . .1 year .. . . S St/M
paiafo) wounda. He U found or r the no-Aetna Inl. Co., W. t. Metealf.M'cr. 282-German Alliance of New York J. ,'01

Peoples Drugstore. Articles. Stairieserfomery .; insurance qent..1 year .. . . 2 50 K. Dorn agent; insurance agent..1 year .. . . t MVJI
'j[ mi Stattofieiy y 171-ins.'Co. of N. A.. W. I. Metcalf I a 283-N. Y. Underwriters' Ins Co.. J. K. y**flm

Revs R. J. Taylor returned from< up I Only Drug Store I irf Cblco loredTown M'gr.; InBuran ,8 acent..l year .. . . 2 50 Dora agent; InUranreagent..1! year .. . . 2(9 1

.'= the road Saturday visiting as far a* ATI a LIED i rtrai:.;;rI BTu=iT. 17-Home IDS. Co. oP N. Y.. W. I.Metcalf. .' 284-Hanover Fire Ins. Co., J. K. Dora. |- 1

"* Otlfori. He reports things dull up the I, -i >__, ? >_a pi.- Jd'gr; insurance agent... .) year .. . . 2 SO agent; Insurance agent..1 year. . . | VtVm

road. .: been seen In the dq.| fou will\ certainly I.I-Llverpool.: London and Globe \V.I. 285 Mutual Life of N. Y., J. K rv"!!,. 1aeen

enjoy it, and : l not regret Metcalf. I'br; Ins. &gf'nt. . .1 year .. . . :2! 50 : Insurance aeent . . .1 year . . . \ J 501 H

Miss Bertha R. Ely the accomplished !our money. AdmiMrou| 15 cent At 174-COtQJDeN'lal Union W. I. Metcalf. 28*Fred'k 8. Morse land agent..l year .. . lu 00 t 'Oifj

% daigttar of Rev. and Mrs. Ely, ofUereAeld. Barn*.elf* Hall. Don-'f |*get. to-night Mgr; insurance agent . ... .1 year. . . 2 SO 287-Aetna Indemnity Ins. Co., Fred S. :r CM

will be appointed to Danla I The entertainment 1 li feiYen In the Interest 17&-London and Lancanshire W. I. Morse agent: Insurance agent .1 year .. . . i so

school in case that school Is opened of her .ork. f\ti are Inrlted. Metcalf M'gr; insurance aJfn.1 rear . . . 2 50 288 German American Ins. Co., Fred. \ftl

.:-- _c.. ,3,,, 16-Wf.8lrhf'fllf'r Fire Ins. Co.. W. 1.Metcalf S. Morse agent: Insurance agent year .. . . 2 M'lfl
lt Thi 1. O. Of G. 8. and D. of E. mf't>ttotiliht Th,' following<< ; amount .was raised by Mgr; Insurance nt..l year .. . . 2 SO :Providence and Washington Fred. 4M

In Its regular _Ion at Jark.5O.1Iall the different clubs o( Sew Mount Zion 17'-Xortbern; Ina. Co W. I. 1t'If'alf.'I'gr S. Morse, agent: Insurance agent .) year .. . . t .M l2ui

:, at 10 o'clock Member' ar- Baptist chu-ch in ijffee-wll! offering ; Insulranee agent . . .1 year . . . 2 50 :: '>-T. D. Van Osten. dog &: |irons show. .1 .year .. . 1000 & "?'

urred to ,be out on time. Business ot : Club No 2. MM;. John; Stephens' 18-Royal Ins. Co.. W 1. Metcalf. :21il! -Frank M. CIIOII') livery stable ; ta

importance.Bef Uader. K-: ; <'luliAi tl.: B. R. Jones a M'gr: insurance ag..nt. . . .. .1 year .. . . 2 50 1 10 4. . . . . . . .1 year .. . .' 500 t W l

lea-.ler (42.75: ('Iub'S: <5. 4. A. Stokes 179-Queen Ins. ('o.. W. I. !Meteaf! \ 292-Fireman's Fund Ins. Co.. W. R. %;*.
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W. M )McCartber State evan- leader )45.; Club U%0. ;5. E. Loving 1'lIr; Insurance agf'nl..l year .. . . 250 Moses, agent; Insurance agent. .1 year .. . . ISOk

:L: KClls of the Primitive' Baptist church leader $37.4 >: Club J bj5. Mrs N. L. 1R0-ullwankes' Meevhattks; I. I..I- :293: -Norwich Fire Ins. Co. W. R. ?"*fSj

: s sr preached ail\ day yesterday for n..". j I Ja' ">lOll leader $10.tlub. No. 7 (Wetailed calf I'jr.; Insurance a".nl . .1 year .. . . 2 50 )Moses agent : Insurance agent . ) year. . . !l 104294Springfield

Joshua. Last night preached a )>ow. to Ret the leadfj| raised $27.15: I I-flartrord Ins. Co. W. 1. :'olpIl'alt.of'gr. Fire and MarineV.. '\?m

erfulermon. to a crowded house. ;public collodions. ,t? fl l ; making a ; Insurance agent . . .1 year .. . . 2 50 R. Moses agent; insurance agent. 1 ) ear .. . . ;'2 M l
I grand total of $244;x4.; Everything 182- lancbf'ilI"r InB. C.o. W. I. I..t- :295! -Brit. American Assurance ('0., W. %*!

7 IIri Wilson Hamilton\ a verj- efficient 'on-;'ilercd.,' this wajifb{ ( ie of the best calf M'gr. : insu=rance ..nt..l year . . . 2 50 R. Moses agent: Insurance afent..i year .. . . I J2 iijB

? waiter in the Bay View Hotel t'alh"b ever given In"; the. city. 183-Ga.: Home Ins. Co.. W. 1. )1..II'I'Ir. :29! .-German American Ins. Co.. W. R. PftJ

left |5atnrdav night; for Jacksonville, -- : ; I'. l'gr.; insurance agent; . . .1 year .. . . 2S6 Moses agent: : Insurance agent..i ) ear .. . . 2 M'

his borne, to work In the East Coast; i \\ EST F'ALMBE4CH; NOTES. 1M-H. )1. King merchant $1.OtM'.1' year .. . :3 00 1 aO 297-Continental Ins. Co.. W. R Moses, *" \ iffl

m Hotel when it opens I -- -HlIlht'l & Co.. merchants SI..MII..1. year .. . 3 IN) 1 ..O agent: Insurance agent!; . . .1 year .. . . W 9

p> { _- I the I r.-B'm.a"n"' Abstract Co alo"traf'lors..1) year .. . 1000 5 Ou 2'!<8-St. Paul Fire and Marine W R. > J
:Mr X. M ttltll Ib 0| sick list.
Elder F. A. Hamilton the able pastor ', I.7Ferrts. fIIPrl'hanl. SI..1' year . . 3110 150 Moses agent; : Insurance agt'nt..l year .. . . 2502t9W.
pf the A M. E. Zion church of I I' "- Iandarl: Oil C"oo merchant S\.IOMI..1\ year .. . 3 00 1 50 R. Moses, land lItent..1 year .. . 1/\ 00 S 00'9
Fihhtng on the bridge across theM
-p. this tit) was imllsixised on 'I' IPIjay. ISI-Stll1ldard: Oil ('0.. merchant 1.000..1 year .. . 3 00 1 50 I '4o-J II. Cheatham. merchant $.*.ooo. .1 yPar . . 6 fo j'Ot H
.t.anuh c-ontlnues! with preat; buc-c-esx.
and 4hie )pulpit was filled all day by| I n-w.! M. tluriine ml'rrhant. $4;''OM'. .1 year . . 12 00 6 00 :::.01-Doe *, ';on% a. merchants $!.fIOfI..l year .. . 300 1 tfflH

> t EJdtol.1'jf"l'n. ". the ex-pastor I i :'011'.. Man.t Fleming- 1 In on Ice sick 1l1-Wm.! Edwards Jas Mann mer- I ::''U: -Fre
-- "nut ('han!!.. $ItsNl . . . . .I year . . 3 00 1 TM | :!ii.!- 'r..1.l Sterry. M'gr. hotel over :(11).1 year .. . 15000 '75 Mil

: )tip. EllaI 1 I- Wade, a t" reffl'int! I I--I.alnharl:' & POIIPr. meich't f.1..1: year . . 2 7 ..) r:: .10. I II :":iM- t'r.-t l I"rry. M'gr liquor dealer.! i year . . 500 no WO OO'jHn

tea tier of Alachtia i-ountj. nhcf, ha.- The r.Jf,.,'\.1I arid- Fairbanks Club 1:1: : -(,. 1) le'r1ler. non hanl. '::.1510.' I year . . 9, 4001 4 5i> :: ,1-D H wells shooting; gallery | year . . 13'; .111 7 M J

i leenltear1tint; a pri\ate s< hool in harn-I i-ontrm-x to Increase In membership 194-1)! :,1. ('.molly. hotel 15 10 :25.!: .1 ) PM . . III 'M' 5 "ii I' ;nmv-Bojnton Hotel hotel. 2.1; to .V. .1 year . . )5 00) 7M-9

.tll'" HalL has been appcunten .. ,',:. I:. "; ia.e. "' ''I'' banI. $1.5' .. .1 year . . ;: .11.. 1 :,11 :1"7-Dadf ('u. Abstract Co abstractor..i year . . 1000( I tOOMti'S

new .Mhool nt I'liasant\ City tue rolo..t !- :' Master Charlie IJojd will leave Mon- F'I: k C'fl.. Merchants. $1.11I.' . I rear . . 3 1M'' 1.10l ; :) -S L. Patterson lawyer . . .1 year . . 1000 S9

), townit led th's )...ar I I ItY 'lax. lor r..lhha.'e'i-ormal? Sthool. J. F: \\1111..m..II. m"rlh 11.1 "M'' I ) ear . :3: 1M' ;.U i II :t HiiW, \\'. tr.in.la.r. .1| year . . 1000 -I S 009

1-! .\i! Ktka" & -\rar. nll'fI'h'I. $1551..1" year .t'N: ) 1 5U I :;:1"1! 1 C. Chandler merchant.$1.Nih' .1 year . . 300 (ill (9 1
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Elder and Mrs Pic-kens attended.Alien ) 1h" f-aclicrs' me+tUnKs are getting 19"--'htrrile ('arr. rMllaurant. Less :11..1 ) ear .. . :. INN 2 :>o ::i1H1' Merrill M'gr; mer. 'I l i.') .1 i ) ear .. .'. 300 150 9

!: C nMI.n Endeavor at l--thel A.I \erj i. imlar| nowh"boih) chinches _IMI--Anthony )Jrf"' .. merchants. $5."H' .1 teat .. . IS ''JO T Jo i I Ii ::.I.1-llenrj: W Merrill. Mgr hotel. siijBmer2i

ti MR* c-hiirol last evening presided' 1 ____ i ::,11-A. B. Wayt. merchant $1.000..1 ) ear .. . :3 00 1 50'Cilattie i II ,(51 . . . . 1 ,.Par .. . 150 00 73 00f

over by our able principal.) J W 8 I! ,i..1 S' '!I. the nfUro genius ix hark :" : Knight. m"r'hanl. $1.'KIII..1 ) par .. . 3 'MI, 1 ;5il I ;:1-! :! Henry W Merrill. M'gr.: liquor S!] B

I>tbutie, It was well attended and the MI In" nTh" trarfljR; any '0\ :.ere he I _"....- (. ( carders. n..14'lranl.' ea..I ) ear .. . S 1111 2 jn .1. alt'r . . . . . .1 year . .". 5il0 00 330 Mjl

}.' disetisslonit_ lively lshs nitliont a j ,II'. :n4-Sf I E. Grnht. Drp.arm..1 year . . 1'1 III 51M'$ I| .14- (it'o IJrciwn. merchant I' "<>. .i year .. . :300 1 60 B

..a.S ('1. f .u;; ,,,. \\11I I'ear.on. m..n'haul. $J.i4.'. .1 ) ear .. . :3 itO 1 a" I ;::1 15; -W. M I RolM-rts.! merchant. l.i"iO' ) .1 year .. . :300 J W m

>ln... Rogers; ulster of Mis C C I :Mr Jessie CloniaK'.l. I.. Mc-";iiee and .n,; II F: "" ,..n. livers "Ialolp. 4 to". I year . . I" 'M' :5 i INI ::ii-R K r.oll merchant $1.000 . .1 Jear .. . :3'0' 150'3

Scott, who lives in Nest Palm lieach. ..I.V Rounillrec H.. from Jupiter ."7 !='''for .. I & C. men'h't. :!.'HMI..I year .. . Ii ''M' 3 Oil :::17-J. J (;rtR1n. hocillng gaily .iyear . . 15 on 7 *&J

._ bu$.has been ciowu! for a few d..yi+ with | )...Klerrla).. rij _:"1'-\1: J ,; ;"t 1'.1, nl. $1.\' . L year . . :3 ''M' 1 Mi i, "18! -<"ireenlesf & Crosby Co m.-r- 'IJchants.

? herTsick ,jBII (hlpr, l left Friday night fnrl I -1l_ !'rI--f II n'_: trs. tn..rl'hanl. SVMII.1 year .. . 12:! (M' 6.'M) | II"ul, . . . .lyear . . 30 ((5) 1$ (//4i

West Palm la h, taking w.th; her Mr and Mrs Sugars have a lieaiitl.il : luKira" ..00.... ('a n.'rch'ts. .IH"I..I year .. . :1 1M'' U no, ::1'v! -- Koliert I..wl M'Kr. theater -.lyear .. . 11) 00 S 0jfl

Wife Ma _;ie. hericK da"..hie h. who home. situatedml\\ml on the new. addl-! :11- at raC, t .. & t'" .'rearms..4 )'PIK". . . III5) 6 IHI2JO :!.::"-U :Soot' & Sou. menhants. $:; '"I0..l year . . 15 "0 -T SO I

is Bo boiler > lion.! They. are wcjrljl of 1 Imitailon. _I--'h:: t"l( II till.; 1!'I"" '" dealer :'. . I year . . S''Iw' / ) :: 15) .:.21 I -H-ii: n fc Wells merchants I'i.'<)Hi. i ) Par . . 3 on I'SOfB

y 1 -J.- :213: : -Bunli' Al (jit nterman merchant .!22M: B L\man.. merc-hant. $7o-, i .1| year . :21!I M U M M
Mr. W B ttadcelrls In St. I..oiils and '
The l-parring content wl.lchj!E comes { :.'"HI I jrar . . Ii ''HI :: till I .:.2::- D. I U.'ells. merchant $ l.i"$ "i .i %'ear . . :s mi J M&lJ4

T ult to-fitht at Jacki-on's Hall :b> I lietw writes In? spoii-e (list he will lie homeouii :,14Anthn. i Hro- mer kants. ll.'im.' 1 > ear .. . :3 $54, 1 3.1l :::: -- Sniti I'ajne. merchant $1.! "' .1 year . . :S 1N i 1'SAlbert !<| H

-9 H"-"Irla-ns.! IS ..Xl......I...' to lie a as the cold bean to bite 21.1-Anton. Urns. merchants $1.0". I year .. . IS 'M'' IHI .:: Wahlxiurtie. h-ifl.I '1'0''I" 1

,w 1 lively I affair Those i,' l h. enjoy, ""fr '1>. -H C r'H n. m'rfhanl..101.! 1 ear .. . :: 1 :.' 2""' . . . .1 I sear .. . 1'"' 1M) SO OO fl
:Mr A ", BIlle gnd family were III'
;- atfluseni'-ntu! of that kind! are invited ; :217: -Jno. I' I'olih eani!, n hou<.... less _n..1 year . . 5 'noIHI 2 50 "_'i': :\11'.1 E HniiMin. boarding IICIIH'F' Bi

tai be om on time, if vaitlnga; seat. town vesterday. jjSr.i Blue 1 Is the re- I It: \' > i .1. '< haul $1.'"HI I \ear . I 15 .N1 7 ,"." I i 1" to I' . . . 1 ) Par . . Son Z.SOgH

}If. C. F. Collins )Is manager 'la'-l'1 fnr"iun. ofjbhe of Mr. S..irt'K11n..al'lI. TI :rdIr. mer. fl.!""' 1 > eariif . . :: 1 .n I:::? '\\m Helm men'hant. | |t.i"HI . .1 year . . :3 ,S) 1 VO J

( fan ml' 11"-&- 1 .'i"- .1 I H f iiie-.naiit., II.IHHI\ 1 par. . :; 'IHI 1 5? :'SWm: Heim. merchant JI IHHI .j year .. . :3: OH 1,5A- B

_ ;]u the\ d.-"...' of Bishop I 1. C ( linton. --- '21 I--'Aro.. .Snli'ta'i: men'h't. S1."N'.1' 1 year . . :3 I") 1 :"I 12:' RelnHt-a WIINcm resiaur'l les ::". .1 year .. . 5 OO 6||
Mr I) L. Wejll.and 1 Mrs. Florida
D; D.. of tu! Fourth Uiocexe <>f the _::--i I: 1\! i :'tame. restaurant. less 20') .1 year .. . 5 1M' 2 :d' ':.:'o-J C lumber liquor dealer .1 \ ear . . SIN (HI 500 OtH

=v AiM. E. Zoo church, who Jived In '!'Silver were ",arr (diatt Tuesday evening :::- :.Ins ,!: -lit:, r-staur't. less L'II .1 1 year . . 5 'M' :2? :.u :r.l::1 'Vill Cash hotel llici.'l; : . .I p year . 1" '"' *,**

ti r. L4ncafter.. S. C.. that .church ba lost The ceremony1, was performed<< hy 'I ''hat I IJ'il I". merchant U.IHKI' .1 1 year .: lit) 1 So :::.'- F: C Curio= Agency Waller Kit'i H
Rev.V.. H. l .t the resinence of
y on* of Its ablest churchmen that com- roiyr __ I. Fr...It("-klVaile.. mer- low.I'gr. mer-hant fl'.o l .l year . :300 1 Mjl

'-T niunlty one of Its jest cttu,liK.; the the bride. f jJ-J i"". 'II"',. . . 1 year . :3 00 1 5u .: ::: .1 ;il I llowanl r--tan.nl
rice one of Its best lea.lei. and the Mrs Amanda" 4.Cowles mother of '. \-u. ciK>,lwlj. merchant l.mn' .1 year . . :: 1111) 1 50 I|i '114-Ceo: \\'alht'p.II" hani $1 I."M'.I" | t ear . . 3 (on 1 UH

country ore of Its best men He was I i I Fred ('.0"In. member. .. pf the A. M. E. J27:? -J E. Pendleton ('0.. mer. $1.000. l year . . 3 004 1 u"I .:::.i- td. WaNtine. mr Kant ..imo. .1 year . . 3 HO t9tfl

>) ? sled\ the n b bishop. He wao .'orth&boat S. bas been on t lh|' sick list for more i ':?8-\\\ J. Shone merchant. $1.1"111..1 l year .. . :.i: (a)) 1 5,1 1 I :3::t- Walter A ;.""I.'m. livery ..Iablp.I. *> t U

|6<>,000. Peace to his ashes than three weeks.ifcut: Is better at this *.:?! -.Antonio Gof>lt merchant. $l.i>00..1 year . . 3 III 1 50 less 4 ,1 year .. . 500 2 M:9j

e :, v tiling '|Sf 'W .J B Wofford merchant SI.OO..1 year .. . 3 IIJ 1 5H I j '!:.I7: Hetallinc( Waiters' I'ntform Dry V>iMJ

\ |Mrs. Nellie S. Powers, the accomplished : ::2.11V. A, Larklnn. men'hant. $1.ooo. .1 year. . 3 '10) 1 .... i ii CcMicl: merchants. $tl.mwi .1 year . . 300 *,*!

wife of Mr. R. A. Powers the The Anna Codt has had quite an i ".":-F I. Brady t Co. m"ff'h'l.$7.IM.. .1 year . . 2t se 10 50 !1 1C '.:.W Edwin A Waddell.. land agent .lyear .. . 1000 M li

'(' A furniture man and one of the private !; .ncr'>ase of membership. Initiating Wilson restaurant, 2 lees 20..1 year .. . 5 00 2 51) i 1 i ':: Liverpool.. London A, Globe Ins J B
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' -': to-night the principal feature and Mr. H. H Gray. The goat was tired K-lXion.. mercbanu. $1.11010..1 year .. . 3 (00 I 1 541 agent . . .l year . . 2 M/.B

"v: : of which will be a- "Tom Thumb l.nftfr rirnen! math Into the lodge 1'1'::rhillders' Supply Co.. mer.. 11.11I10..1 year .. . 3 00 1 Soi .a' -E. A. Forsell. hotel keeper, less 25..1 year . .. 11) 00 (JWjl

weddlnc." This should be a dwell affair The louse meets on the second and i !:" \-McRae. ft: Co.. merchant. $l.ooo..l year .. . 3 00 1 Stl 341-J. E. Weir auctioneer less 5,000 ;. "?lB

'" .. nothing 'of Its kind ha. ever fourth Mondays In each month. 1, T17-M W.: Marshall merchant. 11.'n..l yew .. . 300 1 SO (Continued on seventh page.) '
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!'.oi'f" Sixth *.) ,, I Ii .No. To Whom leaned What For State County
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State Ooui1.tt 456-F. E. C. Hotel Co.. John B. Reilly. .
No.. To Whom Issued What For '

=.; Inhabitants ?.. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 1 year j. . 500 5d water works. pop.. 85..1 year .. . .. 15 00 7 60 I Watches Fit for a King. :

842-Oriental Goods Store mer, 4000.1 year .. . 12 00 6 adt343Intefn&UonalExploring / 47Wm.; N. Wood clear mkr 1 band..1 year .. . 25 13

Co., merchant .' r' 4 .s-BQllden. Supply Co. of 1)'lra1. J

$..000) . .. . . .. .1 year .. . 12 00 fO merchant $1,000 . . . . .1 year .. . 3 00 1 "I you wear our watches you will always
;V 4:, -J. D. White cigar maker 2 hand".1 year .. . 50 25 i .
; 844-P. B. Jaudori A Sons, auctioneer be on time.
Z 4.Q-E. L. Gonzalez cigar mkr 1 haud..l year .. . 25 1:1:
and commission; less 5.000 Inhbt. .1 year .. . 5 00 .
ri. '.845' -F. E. C. ProduceCo.. mer.. $1.000 .1 year ,. . ", 00 ta 4->1-J. W. Lardy mercba-ot. $1.00'.1 year .. . 3 00 1ifl ---- --- tJa3

;': 846-Breakerh. merchant, II.OW..l )car ... . ;.1 00 1 {';2Mr. G. Varalla-merchant. 1000.1 year .. . 3 00 1 :50; One of the best time-pieces made and

a! . 150 00 75 4'3-J.; W. WalHUn. flrearml..l year .. .. . 10 00 5 0I
847-Breakers, hotel, over %00..1 )ear our price for st is

,;IS-Bn-ake., liquor dealpr..1 year .r. . 500 00 6OOf! I 1:4-o.: A. Gritlln restaurant. lesa 20..1 year .. . 5 00 2 50 O3

4':1-' : <;. J\I lIanna.l1: Son mpr.. $1.111O.' ... year . 1 50 75 .
!; 849-J. A Bowefs. of Bowers Bros. i: .4S

.to"i men:hunt, "'.000 . . . .. 1 .ear . . i 00 t Q 4.06-R. H. Huddleston physlclan..1 year .. . 10 OU :5 00 $1.50. *
.7 417-Jas..; merchant ... . 150 75 I 9
Z4 P. Hollander ft Co. mer. 5000.1 year ., . 15: 00 q b0r Pritchard $1.MKi. year

-J; 4'S-JaH.; T. Sanders law.pr. . . I year .. . 111 () :5 IItI
351Shackelford t Co. theater
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,". lees 5.'MM' population". . . . .1 year .. . 1(1 00 {:t \IU!' 9-W.. 8. Oramllnll:. pbyblclan..l year .. . 10 00 :; ..MI 1 Every Watch Guaranteed.

::'i'. 852-J. K. Dorn. land agent . . .l year .. . 10 00) /5) R4 4:0-1' T. Skaggs phy ldan..l year .. . 10( 00 5 00) I -

863 Ida U Balleyi; merchant. $1.000 1 year .. . 3 00 L'M I 4:1-Mrs. E. H. Fox merchant I"'MII'. 1 year .. . 300 1 50 0v

., 1( .j72-HlH'aYDP Drug Co. mercb't, I.I.0I1..1) year .. . 9 00 4 50I I .
Co. .
Botufprd Goods l.adit
7'J' 854-A. 8. Dry I It'-.lie nicklc. $.
; :3 00 J. eta .j3-F. \'. Seagle hotel l. 10 to 15. . I .. . 5 00 2 50)I openacoL.ulic .IM'
i.*.. merchant. il.iNW( . . . . .1 ear .. . year > .il\tr. open cast 5.'.'
. 9 00 4 .j.j-T. L. Jelfpl'SOn. phaieian..I. .. . 1000 5
: 855-R. E. McDonald, merchant $3,000 1 year ., year Ladlet..ize !gold fillctl hunting/ Ca-n: 10.l"i x i ,

.t856-W. I. Metcalf. lawyer..1 year .. .-: .. 10 00 Ii QOt 47 .-J. A. Butler physician. . . I year .. .. 10 00 5 Oil 11..i7.O J.'old tilled i 13.1'11(, i s. y

50 6-Turnl'r . . 50 .5)) < -.ue filled .
857-Semlnole Club. club selling liquor .1 year .. . 100 00 I Bryant merchant $1.I"M ,4 year 1 gi.l: :3.tllJ)

.,858-X. R. Smith merchant l.tMII..1<> year .. . S 00 1 .j:7-Solomon 8wf'Ptlnlt. rerch't $1IMMI. .'. year . 1 50 : Th.reah.t: hargain: cver.'tTertcl. One 1 Mo ,'t. Mue' white diamuaul

.3S -Green t Brooks, merchant 11./1011 .1 year .. . 3 00 t S-Wo Kee laundry. . . . . 1 year . . 10 00 5 il'I' for unlv: $li.< .;.t)). (h '

':. 30-C. W. O'Neal merchant 1000. .1 year .. . 3 00 ) 50mss' 4.9-8. H. Richmond land agpnt..1 year .. . 1000 5 001, :II.: T. v rIHALER.

861-Gus. A. Muller, hotel 15 to :5. .1 sear .. . '10 00 t QQ 4x0Johnnie'hltaker. merrb't. $1;HMI. .', year . 1 50 7& f

_.; : 862-U W. Pierfce. merchant $1.ono..1 year .... . 3 00 .If lip!f., 181-8u'ce."B Oro. Co mprcbant. $I.W"( '. year .. . 1 50 i5 -- S

fi, : SSI-Miami TradMer Co livery stable '; .jS2-S F. Butler merchant II.olln. .., year .. . I 50 :Si, Hinson House

--N":: over 40 . . . . .... .1 ear ... . 50 00 25 W 4J-Epicurean' Restaurant restau- I M
... . 3 00 1 rant. less 2.1..1 par .. . 5011 2 :;nl!
% K4-Geo. Joneslnerchant,, $1.000 .. .1 year
$ ; .. . :Z: 00 { 4 4-\\'. A. 1.1. IIIpr..hanl. $1.;kM., . ': year .. . 1 50 :5 ; Newly t
l iL36| -F. W. Chapman! merchant $1 A O. .1 1 year Furnished. In ne location. Rates $ 1.50 per day
Peaedck A Son. mer. $:..01.1 i year .. . 6 00 ) 04r 41\-1 C Chandler! restaurant. less 20.2 I year .. . 2 50 1 25 ; SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331' St.. MUml.Vlor.da

41366--Chas.; .. . 15: 00 75 4 -lda B Ilaya bOg hones.. If to 15..1-2:; year .. . 2 511 1 25''
4 867 E. T. Blatter? Co.. merch't. $5.0110.1 year
.. . S 00 50 4'1-A. Cor.II. livery ..11I!>1... S horn 'I..l year .. . 10 )N0 5 'M' .
868-H. M. Beasty. hotel 10 to 15..1 year
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.* 869-Stella Ra/rows. restaurant. lets 20. I year .. . 5 00 !! 4S8-\\. H. Chaillp & Son. nll'r '.!MN.1) year .. . 6 110 3.000' + .

",; J7G-L.H. O. 61o trom. merchant. $1,000 .1 year . '3 00 J M. -\\" J. Gautier mpn'hant. 1.1))0.. ', year .. . 1 50 754t0Tucker wvI

,,-, . . :3: 00 : & Green ('0.. mpr.. 1.1.. '. year .. . 1 50 75 i
Sittwllz.( merchant $1.0110..1 year
./::\r.2-Bro..n 871-Max A Moody. merchant $.000..1 year .. . 6 00 4'11-1.. n Boyd. rPRtallraolltd'pss 2'1. .1-_ year . 250 1 :25!:; Come and See Us
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: 1 492-SIN:! Alpx. lcK..n/ip. mf'r.. $I.'IIM). ear .. . 151) .i5'

*. :..873-Grande M.loon de Blanc, mer- I' : Fats. mprrhnnt. $1..000. . .. . 150:; 751'
. 6 00 41\-H..nrv : } car
Opposite
.. the
_" chant $:.QOO . . . . . .1 year I Postoffice.
"ir.i-J. D. Rouse: Bro. merch't. $1.00'0..1 sear .. . 3 00 494-.1. F .Iohn on. tnf>rrhant. $1.'""'. 1-2:! year . 1 50 75''

P : to 45-\\: H. A-Ia. mprrh'nt. $IMkt., . .1.2'f'ar . 1 50 i51
: W. M. Bnrdine. theater, popula- '
)" 875- 100} 4ftfo-lI. W Martens. \I.! D. physi'\ :an..I year .. . 1000 500) : OUR e'l
= ;' tlon less ("0".0 . . . . .1 year ... . 10 00 751 i MOCK IS
if... + a 4"-H II Wllllam nlprrhant. $1.0401..1-2 year . 1 50 \ Full Line of
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Chafer dentist . . . .1 year .. . 10 00 Hardware ;
276-R. E. ,
't..J' 4 t+ .jl8-H.! II. Seymour. lawyer..1 year . . 10 00 6 00419T :
..., 877-H. T. Whajer. merchant $3.0110..1 year .. . 900 S. ttllipr.: Jr.. boardinr hOIlR" SASHDOORS NEW AND
"t ... . 15 00 t V;,' and t
:1 87/8/ -S' Grahams hotel. 25 to 60..1 year t 1.1. rooms . . . . . . .1 ) par .. . 5 00 2 5111 k
... . 3 00
;2 Brandow Bros. merchants 11.01".1 year 1 50 5ooLoulRa.hl.r mprrbant, $1 f1Ai1. 1-2 year . 1 511 75'' COMPLETEPrices FarmingImpteme
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4I38o.-M. J. McDonald, merchant $1,000 year Ii Wj. ,.ol-I..oul..a Webber, restaurant. less 21\. .1-: year . 2 60 1 251 bt:+
.. . .. . .1 )ear ... . 10 00 PAINTS
;!;;!281lin'Leeanndry .. . 3 00 502-)11'1'. M. J. Bruwnluw restaurant i are Low ns ti
$ 1-Miami Fish Co. merchant. 1000.1 year Is less :0 . . . ., . . ..1'ear:! . 2 50 1 2S
... . 300
,. $3-Tom Tiger| merchant. $1.000..1 year 503A.. Davl. restaurant leas 20..1.2 ).par,. . 250 125 I

, ,Tm-Oriental Ins. Co. J. K. Dorn. Mgr. 81.000..1-2 . 1 50 .5 I
511 Sam Newbold merchant
.: jraurance i. .. . . . . ... .1 year .... . . 2: year J. rs rsa
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5z 5'I5-Wm.' Allen merchant $1.0(10..1-) year . 160 :5)) WATSON
.. . 10 00
t; 885 Joe Cheung, laundry . . .. .1 year 1 506-E. D. DeBerry. mprcbant. $1.000..1.ye8t' .. .. .. 300 1
.1 ... .. 3 00 =
.:,386--Cht.8. M. Merrill, merchant $1.000. year 5 5O'7-RPd Cross Pharmacy mer 2000.1 year . .. Ii 00 300
tclan..1 ... . 10 00 !
year +
in-N. 8. Burnham. pby 50S-loin. R. L. Hull merchant 1000.12 year . 150 75 :
.. . 10 00 5v .. ,
year .
pb&lMaJr..1 ..
<88S-E. W. Pngh.; 509-J. H. Taylor, merchant. $1/)0..1-2 year . 1 60 75 -- -
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.. . 10 00 Ii _
,; Hatthett,1Irearms..1
: year
i :3W. P. -Eugeoe Porter merchant 1000. .1-2 . 1 60 75 t
year
.. . 15 00 7 fCl.
60..1
Stowers yearpf
FJCT8M-J. botel 25 to -
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C. :.. 611-8un Inl. CoO. 'bUf' Harne1. HOEFER'S BREADAsk
.. .. . 15 00 7
Ml-Greenleaf A Crosby mer, $5.000..1 year ; Insurance agenta . . .. . .1 year .. . . 2 50
50..1 year . .. 15 00 7 ,,.
15'3tt; -KennU*. hotel. 25 to 51.N.: Brit. A Mer IDI. Co.. Chase A;
"t'f . . .1 .. .. .. 10 (00() 6
Prtei. . year
D. lawyer
>' pS-M. 50
Harney insurance agent..l year .. . . 2
.. . S 00 1 your HOEFER'S
'/, .894-Wllaoa A .
1i13-8colllab Mu. Nat'l Ina. Co..
.Le'r .. . > 00 4 QI4 neighbors about
., >: .J!5-Lofton A Chase & Harne1. toe. &IOen l..l year .. . . 2 50) 2READHOEFER'S $*?!
Co. $1.000..1 year .. . .. 3 00 1
SH-Hoyle A merchants # *
51t-Aeloa Ins Co. Chase A *
; Harner.
.. .. 3 (00() 1 W Never
; : 7-R. S. Wilson. merchant .1.000..1 year .r. It Insurance agents .. . . .. .1 year .. . .. .. 2 114'515Phenlx sours
0 SM-J.uua Smith. merchant .1.000..11ear .. . .3 00 1 In. Co.. Cbaae A Harney BREAD dries out. i
10 00 5
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$; JS9-Charlie Sing lallndfJ'.1 1eM' insurance agents . . . . .1 year .. .. . 2 50 Cents
.. . 3 oo 1 o
& merchant $1.')00..1* year .
:400-J. M. Dingle. 516-Rocbe Ger ins. 00.. Cba.'Ie a o
.. . 3 no 1 "!
.#, ...- _. W. Rowan merchant. $1.1\00..1> year E Harne1. Insurance AKeDta..l year .. . .. .. 2 50 take it. *rt
403 Bush A'Sattord. merchant $1.00n..l year .. .. . :3 00 1 They Try it once.
517-Brlt. American AlII. Co.. Cbaae A
.. .. . 10 00 5 4QR
'4.4O3-J.; B. Screven. pbyMc/an..1 year Harne1. insurance agents . .. .1 year .. .. . 2 50518Hartford L
GillespU Snloe. deDtlst..l year .. . 10 00 5110
$,404 81.x..1 year .. . 3 00 1 66 i Fire IDI. 00.. Cbaae A; I And Cakes are the Best
-K.Y. Graham. merchant GO Haroey. insurance agents! . .... .1 year .. . . .. 2 30519American
'" livery stable. 12 to 20..1 year .. .. . 25 00 12
t.. Granger .4
,405-1. Fire Ina. Co.. Chase A
.. .. . 300 1 54 .
$1.000..1
|el W407-Mrs. A. Majewskl. merch't $ year H- up1. insurance agents . . ..1 year. . . 2 "I) I If -
!:,40S_ 520-A uranct' Co. of N. Y.. Chase a I the

.r or chaats. $5,000 . . . . . .1 year . .. 15 00 7 'y0 :, Harney Insurance agents; . .1.! year . . 1 :25! ,
. . :5 00 2 !b'e '
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(408_D. Redneld.. restaurant less ::0..1 year 521-S. M. Frazier M. D.. ph'Rlclan. .1-2 year . 5 00 2 5" Oliver
.. . :. rio 2 6d. Typewriter.
'410-C. D. Louides, restaurant less !0. .1 year .* 5-P. F. Sold, merchant $1.000..1-2 year . 1 50 i .
J "/ $1.11011..1 .. ... . 311'1 1 5OJ!,.1 !b|
Ii' f411-Dorothea Naylor. merchant year 523-N. R. Smith merchant $1,0M.1-2 year . 1 60 i:'
. .. 1.:;; oo : 5-la
?.4U-Mrs. G cLaGranee., hotel. 25-O..l year i 5:4-Jaudon" Burch mprcba-ot. 1000.12 year . 1 50 ': '
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...i\413--O.u. G Carrie lawyer .I year :; ,1 52r.-Allpn Williams merchant fl.OI\( .I.! year . 1 50 7\:
a L .. .. . :5 Viol
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..i'414-S. Jenkin; eating; house less \.I\! )ear I 52&-0. R. HolmPR, merchant .1.OI\.1-21ear( . 1 M :::
:'' . . :3: ((10 I !.1''
1t.415-S. E. Crll' \' !!*. merchant i1.1kN1. .1 year I 5:7-G. R. Holmes restaurant less 20..1-2 year .. . 2 51)) 1 25
. :: '00 1 :i" R r Umaii-p It !is suivrlor to all others.
f!,!41( Gallaf Brothers, merchanta $!.INMI..I) year ,,, 52R-J. W. Cline &: Co. mpre-h't. 11.000..1ypar . 1 50 7:
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>> 417-Wm.)1. Bro..n. ice mfg..l 529-K E. WOO .. . 3 ) 1 : h mr prlro and term ae It
asy.
41&Chas.viljers. merchant 11.00MI..1 )ear I"1i "'' 53 .-S. A. Shamis merebant $1.000..11ear . 1 5") : you
. 3: (0"' I i want a eood 1 mwh'pc: let Us tell
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)lIna( merchant. l.'Kto' I..1 year . youOLI'F.R.
; 41t-lra 5I1-T.: FrIUl..1'II Bowie merch't 1l.1\OO..I. year 1 50 :5:
. .. .. . 10 UO Ii ;l' about the
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IgfliO McAM-! .t Beck. land, agent year 53-R. A. Powers. merchant $1,000..1-2 year. . 1 50 i:
.. . 5 00 2 iofl i
:- Richardson. ttaurant lens 20. 1 year ,
J :41-R. 533-1Ifutual Life Inll.. Ceo. J. I..reIer.t J .
... Glover fnerchant $1,0oo..l .. .. . 3011 1 Sb :
py:' ..422-Milton year Insurance agent . . .'. . .1 year .. . . . 25t
menhant $1.040..1 y wffjf'Ut .. . 3 oo' 1 :51; !
?ems 423-J.G. DuPjils. 534-Gu Bar uwell. merchant $1.000..1year . 150 7 i&a
DuPuta. pbylllclan..1 year .. . 10 00 !b 0'1 t
-J. O. 53r.-New River Drug Co.. mer. $1,1\00..1.\ year . 1 50 7 To
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j :42S-J. H. Tatam A Co. land agpnt..l1ear .16-R.. L Bryan phycician..1-2 year .. . . 2 501
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. 9lMI 4 50.
,. Xlmanlea. merchant. $3.000..1 year .. .
426-C. L. 537-A. B. Wayt merchant $1,000..1-2 year . 1 50 i5
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1000.1 year .. . :3: 00 1 bd I' '
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**..".v.rnt'437 4X7-George Parlor t 538-W. H. Simpeon. merchant, '1.000..1. year . 1 50 :51 \ machine shop baa been added to
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428-Afro-AmeT. Industrial and BenefitAaaoc'n 113ct /.1 -At\anta\ a Birmingham FIre ins.. our large establishment to satisfy the

il.W." BrO' .
R p J. O. Mercier insurance agent. .12 year . .. 1
*!42 --George :JUpf., merchant 1.000..1 year. . 300 p o-Preferred Accident Inl. Co.. J. G.' for AUTOMOBILES and GAS EN-

:?,;';1 4!&-J.- N. Chamberlain. merch't $1.000. year .. . 3 00 1 Mercier insurance agent . . .1.Z year .. . . 1251: (DINES and that department la In

_: ,.4S1-P. Cilendorff. merchant $1.000..1 year ..t. . 301'' 11cJ" > 541-W. B. Spler. real estate &IOent. .1-% year .. .. .. Ii 00 2 501 I I5Uo. I charge of killed machinists. We are

-''4X2-M. H. Match brdg house 10 to 15..11eaT .. . 5 00 2 5tk' G. Strohm Co.. merch't $4,000..1 :rear .. ... . 12 00 /I 00 at your serviceLOFTON. 5 5J

|??:'433-8. B. Satlnders. Jr. lawyer..1 year .. . 10 00 :5; (;b:., I

1.::'..';,434 Florida Ostrich' Farm mer. $....O00. .1 year .. . 600 3 00:: Total . . . . . . . . . $1.375 00 $7.995 :R

rAl4J5-G. W M.;Williama, lawyer..l year .. . 10 00 5 ot Thomas J Hardee. Tax Collector :

,436-J. H. HooVton. merchant $1.000..1 year .. . 300 1 do 1 A. E. HEYSER County .TudJP. G EINIG

-J- W Erlrk on. merchant $1.000..1 year .. . 3 00 1 5i f I: I I Successors to Lofton t Johnson. Opposite Post Of ee. 1'iaml. Fla ELK

K i.J *.438-Dr.R. H'.Macy, dentIKt..l year ..I. . 10 00 5 'f ,
;, tf 1 THE BEST DOCTOR. signed to the dIstrict. This however.Is .
a,4U-z. Mclnl +b. merchant 11.tIlMI..G months .. . 1 50 | -- t

.a. f46-G. T. Coigns. men'hant. IOIMI..I! ) year .. . :3 00C 1 H' only temporary as Judge Swayne I I Get Your

.",i e41-W. E. Swoop merchant f2.fMMI..l year. . 00 3 { I : will\ be able to conduct the tier term :
Rev. B. C. Horton Sulphur Springs
u .. . I Although Judge Swajne Is Rti'I'l sick
,', J. SHfll"C. mt-nhsr fl i 'MI .1 1 year :3: UJ I
442-if .. i Texas writes. July 19th. 1 :3!>: "1 bar
j merchant $t,0 Hi..l year . . :: 'M' 1 !i2t. and ,,weak recent advices fr'in his
Psrj"443-Carl Schrpbnlck.; used In family Balari1) Snow LJnl.vat PAZNSF.k
my home the
are to effect that tic is fast ,
John B. ij"to. School
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x enproa ,1 \\&IIb. the / {
and
... and Horehound Syrup .
Keihy. (n uriMi.", agent . . .1 year ... . . : t \ -overing\ and' is now able In take'
; Th< I
: rr I have proved certainly aatltfactory. .hrt walks. although'! it 'I'1 he anumb'
Co., John B. Rellly.
44$-Home ins :
...t: insurance agent . . . . .1 year .. . . 2 "- I liniment Is the best we haTe ever userI !' r of weeks "before here ,\1! i i. to I
( I for headaches and palna. The cougl iira\el) Pensacola Journal I
Ins Co. John B. Rely '7g
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446-Indemnity
j baa teen our doctor for the hw
: Insurance agent . . . . .1 year .. . . % syrup "
i eight iSc. 60c. $1.00. Sold bj i
: yeart.
Ins. Co.. John B. Reilly : SAVES TWO FROM DEATH I
< 44*-Indemnity
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c'!"l Insurant* agent . . . . .1 year .. . . 2 U I Red Cross Pharmacy I t+r X111.flee r ..

: s: 447-Manchester Ins Co. John B. 'fl.Reilly. .. "Cur little daughter had an aimosI 'Books'I

Insurance acenl..l year .. .. . 2Uh Judge; Alex Bowman of Shreveport I I +al attack of whooping cough; anti I

S-Teutonia.: (In", Co John B. Reilly. .t* La. will! hold the next term of the lironchltis." writes Mrs. \\'. K HavlI '

n\'t Insurance. agent . . . ... .1 year .. . . 2: 64I 1 United States Court i; the Northern ,I land. of Annon' N. 'Y.. "but when all I
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:I''';'' 44 -Palatine Ins' Co. John B. Rellly.Kfr :;; DiHtrlct of Florida. This change Is (other remedies failed\ we saved her lift PIERCE &HARDIE at

Insurance 1! agent ,. . . . .1 year ... .. . .. 2 necessitated on ....-our.t of th' lllnesg! with Dr. King's New Discovery Outiice.

7 *" e56-Wllllam burg City Ins ('a. JohnLfX n :jof Judge Charles Swayne. who will\ be who had consumption In an advanced '

B. Rt'llIf. insurance agent; . .1 year .. . . 2 \ I unable to reach Pensarola before November stage also used this wonderful

-,' 451-T. M. Hunter. merchant. 1000. .% year .. ... 1 f 4) # or December The fall term medicine and today she Is perfectljveil. Smith'sBOOK

45-H. C. Hood. phystetan..I year .. . 10 00 5 M of the court will convene at an early ." Desperate throat and lung dls- MUM rrt 4rn .r

4 "' 453-John Gillette merch8llt..l year .. ... 300 1 W date and a short time since JudgeS asea yield to Dr. K1D 'l New Dlscor I nwnM -

454 F. E. C. Motel Co. John B. Rellly.l5t t ayne was taken 111\ When he realized cry as to no other medicine on earth +

r elec. light plant value 11.000..1 year .. ,... 20 00 10 hU that be would be unable to bOld Infallible for coughs and cold We -
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4S5-F. E. C. Hotel Co.. John B. Rellly.V )} the term he notified the department. I and $1.00 bottle guaranteed by all) i STORE

'J'. water works, POP.. 1.100..1 year .. .T.. ZO 00 10 00 and Judge Bowman has Just been U- druggists. Trial bottle fr*..


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K. t M'CRIMMON tug and lighter ". 111 at once .Secured, ARE YOUGOING t qH

and the cargo removed and Hfoughthere
The ship It Is reported! cannot
r y : lie saved acd will be a fpCo i loss,

8 BDU6HT lION though, the spars and a gre t' teal ol \ Sniff
the rigging ran be taken oulaiid' madeseripable 1
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Captain Hemmes and the: greater I TO BUILDIf I

Aid Her Cargo of Nearly One Mile [ portion of his crew went tJJ'rkI'lJDI! i I
,; !. vale Saturday night and from there I '
Don feet of Lumber for $900. will cither M&hip or return. tj> their of Autumn
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4 The',1." re ",' !-German_ Lark ;:"n ami jWHERE'S THE MAN ? i Miami Lime Stone I+I i 7 Si

dal '
is the
<;Uj..<> ;juf neatly one nnilum feet of l Who das: .su't| read: bright: (..iterptinc i I in Air
4 :unilM&, on the reef off Fort I-ainlT- adxcrtio'iuent i The walla of a building
a l t'aifiaH sold t+atunlat by BritishVHfOuDHul 1 constructed of his stone x
V\ amid )oil read an ad\ertlHment if 1
) F-udlow, II<'lin,.: for the {d. are
In mmon-
it were riiien a proxy ,
s owners and om-iiniors.[ and[ Captain, |pace! way? Of course not:,nor would I An ounce of prevention you know, \\urtha
Brow ant. for tlitI'n\ !
M on irpl lnt agent Fire
Proof
ail\ one else4n : '
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to (' T.ol.. pound of cure. and if of
dernriUT A "'M iaiV n. ahPlj"'m'n i !. to "be etrP<'lh'e. ; |you are a man prudent

Crrmmon. of this uty. for $'. '.I.i The should lx written in a snappy: 1IIay. It judgment you \\ ill provide yourself with clothing
Mile t Included the vessel) iargo. and all "htpr1aln- and practically everlasting ,
should lie IK"h) catchy and
.il the c twkie and fittings remainingaboard. ing to tell its story and attract, pur- After once up, there Is no I a U' of heavier weight and take no chance of catchinga
That part of her fittings conHptmi expense of repairing or Fall cold
i hars i 'N a trying to get a little longer wear out of
1E; of sail", lumpsvmdlaMtes increased sales. painting. The first cost Is
Au ra-uti.lart I means I
and anther equipments which were 1.Miiir "1'ii-iiexs' large: enoUcli or are I i but little more than wood your thin and seedy Summer suit.
'iyr5 broui4it to this rltj liy the schooner I while tnePernnnent
.i>.I.HI'-Ii.I.' | If gnu are not prepared
Mount Pleasant previous to the t-al i I to hi.|le! n.nre bu-lncws, .don' advertise The picture rel'rl..t'III.| a'e are now displaying: some particularly snappy

yr were ;*ot inehidrrt In the sale arid I is i Cost (Hipular fall \\iiiiu-r.. anal ha-. Fall styles for :Men selected from the best
te date productions -
of later <
10111 diRd at a ;iunderwriters'
| Perhaps Mm doubt (Its ftffetllveness; ( to l he seen to.In- appreciated.| |
tale. A complicit atiariae i |110! your particular case an4 argue thatit Loi k at ti.exints before of Schloss Bros. & Co. the Fine Clothes
rules and regulations relate! considering repairing re- they hate l I.ecn picked o\er.
would not pay jou Hare you ever I Makers, whose celebrated 1
= s,' to the removal of vretkatfrom tried l it for pny length of tIme? If pairing, Is much less than ready-to-wear clothing I

;; stranded ships has arisen by tnis nnttria not jsurprise In store. lor you. i, wood. The appearance is has raised the standard in Men's apparel. ,
i (! having been taken from Ih'- much superior[ to otherArchitectural
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:Now. It I Is my business to'write ad- 1- ,
..,.il'.;;unj :.!: C-i-IIuw: Linta..:. tr : w.tei.,.. ... iL6 ,
Jacksonville to roofer with the United: 1 .\ertisements Ads that will. Increase I You will t"i fit and grace in cut juatity{ in fabric and honest workmanship in the t
tour sales anal your ou! i-w State! Court authorities there, and tc help you t Ji., | Possibilities are making. Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes and J

communicate with the authorities at CLINTON R. PEtERKIN. Unlimited. have exclusiveness. Take these points altogether and have
foundation
Washington. If necessary, before the Jnl. you you a
P. O. Box 5%; Il Fla.
; tame:II sold Mr. MrCrlmmon, It Is I PtRKINP. We saw the stone to any ; for the fame of superiority enjoyed by
said, bought the ship and cargo on CLINTON i:
O. Box B96, F'*. site. We hare turned
behalf of several persons of this city I Fct\atal.
'-'---= column and planed mould- Schloss Hand-Tailored nothing.
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L, t)1t) mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrtf1!' ings Broken stone for Rubble .

Walls, crushed rock for
:Nunally's Who i* fourDruggist 3 Sidewalk, and A No. 1 The Price Range -
L 12 00
The $
E ? Lime always on hand. Starts at"DROP ;

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6:3 IN AND LET US TALK IT OVER."

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Drug All of our 1)rugs. R. W. RHODES.
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rte E. This Store arrparatialns. are ::3E i
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has the Clur nJeth \\js E. coihmvndotl .."... I : '. 12th Street
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::: AGENCY C. Aberoelhy. physician:., ::: Quarry
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FLORIDA.
"'- --tJ' ., MIAMI. till 'f'ml..r Pt the taUiru of hour- :
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N !;_ r. s'!!r.' t. 0'11 the o "nm..t tunic I
00<) i I' ante frfx'tf.! at the mouth of tip, river
Ef neboJ's tit nay des *5
:. r ,.nl ceaw'. the! r'adig': !: ha\'fll bpeu' ; '
w. ? r ttnd M tile way a prtxriitiM -. 1:>\,
nn for the pj-l ihritinoi thn Captain :
(has bees HBtd.YM .
'ao'1, Oahan: whit !ha't charge of the ,
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fir j1au/l'; report that uinlt-r normal con- .
Some Bay pbtc; every '
Shoji Nugqetsf ,ilitiuii! of th" tide during 'lie monthsof I
rebiKthoar !s'esubmtisu
Ausfi! t ami Scptpml'or the rise. and ft.
I ."erk : : : : :
i a.tI!I wa al'o'I' one fiMit lint that owing: I
i to time, a.\tr'in! .- htch tiles thi- month
:, the int'rrpf: \1!!I ania'nut to two f"ft inn I

td' r "i. and l fa'l ThK ni'ort i I.. ititerestnc I Try our SPECIAL
Yes Madam
we how feel RED CROSS
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knor you in that it showd HIP tile, range: in I

about cheap hoes. a rp hay ii.ipr: | normal conditions tn g CHAPS PUNCH PHARMACY THIS WEEK.
A al><"it t'M'xo mi hers. and which fa..t"HI The New Dn k. _

p I li" ro'"l on piNP'innfnt: tile + + I

14 '1 hat f is th ordinary* spoe* that is heap .liter'. i You E. L. Burdine Pineapple Claret Paoch Frat '

in price ns well as in e rhstruction.Ve 'i'JP ? iCtDF'ol&y's j will bin it. President.

.. (1 l() not handle that king.- Ours are cheap .r, .. I.. ... ;-1(',"" T'_')"
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"T&v.S? in price only quality :of material and Kidney Cure "t carry Ilk II f;.

I..r '. P ._ I i.. :. ,. largest IvMjrtmttit of I 1I
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make: are our usual\ hi: h stant hr.: I. .hart
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r YOU will add! ? SE I.J Shoes that are I JocqllardsV'ar.htill :",..

dollars stylish and durable .' i
: to your '' r \ ;: ttuni r

s .' C hank account $ 3. ,.t O and at the same I: our drful l'.itl-u.cc-sttitlt p.Itttrti.I'hce ...

'i! are
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if \ou I burr time }M1" 'P price. ,! ,: fr"lII the mill

SclRoyal j Blue Royal Blue That'v: !h..t, the i I I, and I.rllh.d are F'actu1'vleiiiiiaiit\\h..t j. Seybold's Bread.

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'-_ ,-'i Shoe. Shoe{ Selx '11: n.a: : .Blue I Ih1II Itt.ole "I'
in one Ii.nuil) pack-'
53.5"I Sli .- ,
< IS. a;: '- anal tllev w III ,

an'ral: ]lii 11 and I Is made und'-r h..althv ro.id.t.o:.sU'e .
: 11 ,Ir"I" c.ichPuutt.i. i.
x do all ir.-xing by th lat'- t n.a-
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< hmi'ry patrntpd.ff : .
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501(1 Batistes1Cr rrFl"Y'.A. '
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.I hate t'1 d.lll1t' 01.r II "niK-fiid'1' Ilr.'!* for roar '"i,j'1!I Ihea'th
..ki.rnf"r hl.t
T'H' win on" <"ion'l! try It .fJ
onlg tt.ti-t.. .\\hldl run I If TIp Kiiil: I flailpr! t. -r' I bj I.t'f'i; J
f r..m .\ I. ', \11 d- ft r itt,. .- iiniiiil.WE s:
tam the package Abe ;
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price- range; fra't'1dl

:{ K through ,I, -I I to> 5 seal-. ,- DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY."' /

Putt will Inl"t' It"

kreate-t:! uiiPairtunitv JOHN SEYBOLD
sun ever had if
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vuu lion'.; "ecurrone
of there "arlain. Miami, : : : : : Florida.

: JOHN SEW |_ l & BRO. :i i '. i ii I


MIAMI i iI
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Miami's Leading ishers lc A'.cn. I: BARGAIN I Ii JENNIE.. PAIUU.. and Typewriter.H. t FRED UTTER..

fit .. General
i STORE Ciun Repa rtins. Iv' -it Macit. 0\ Contractor.
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