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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: November 3, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vo ; I.No. 277 ;=. .. MIAMI i FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. NOVEMBER a: 1904. lurseM': ::a-- Price 5 ents -





fJ' PORT/ ARTHUR IS AT THE(MERCY 1 [Et BlACKMAN KAT FRANK CLARKADDRESSES I: B BAY Y WORK ISHElPING 5 C ,






:i' : I 1 1'.: OF THE BESIEGING.., JAPANESE ST. lOUIS [ VOTERS C CANAL N l



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1a They Occupy Positiens Which Enables Them to Enter r Itall,-. Did, Vcr) Little Damage ( He Wants Some Grapefruit and More Tells Why He Has Not Canvassed the By Increasing the Tide Which

:r I l'er.onall: Nea ,. Advertising Matter-After the District and Appeals to Democrats i Cuts
j Out
I the Sand Bars in x

Main Eastern Ports an Any Time. ;; The Cutler lotert-pomltMit of therunest Gold Medal On Fruit. ; to Do Their Duty Next Tuesday. .i Small Channel Along

t .i noun: under date of ;I'l\emher'; ,

<". 1 I I. si lids in the following! interesting : ; the Boulevard. 4x.

: KAIN AT LAST. j fi; new.- item from( that place: I

;' Will Take The Russian Strong I Tile h.-avy storm which dJ: very :: Tile: following !1-tior! was leceivcilypMerday i Lake City, Fla., Nov. 1. 1904. i i i iTo -
Afi'-r Nomths: I Drouth Georgia l liasPrecipitation. little
; damage here, has been followed! and is
|; reproduced( in I thehope the Democracy cf the Second Congressional '' ,

hold Today, is the News __ I il.f ''I by a, week >)f beautjtul weather, and that some one inlerestfi in advertising District of Florida: I Lo
I ti: ''a few days of lo--al April showt-rs. I IEggplant Dade n''iny will furnish : I have made no extended the newchannel ;

From the Besieging Ar- Atlanta! =November 3.- Rair. began 1 peppers, etc., on high pinelands I j some fruit to be shipped at once. The Ilhe district since my nomination rnvas of j being cut In the bay by the. t><

/ last night breaking the drouth which are growing rapidly.I Board of Trade pann-hlcis will be forwarded your candidate for Congress. Such as ( K. E. C. i- dredge and Uw banka ''

,, my's'Headquar':! ers. has prevailed for the past two mon &sand Mr. John Hunter of New York City, : I cant ass has not been made for the she Is throwing: up and forming with f

; which hi! caused much discomfort has taken rooms at the Richmond cottage St l uuis. Mo., Oct. 2S. '04. following reasons: the refuse dug from the bottom of the P4'

., '1I 1-- and 111 health! here. f t; for the season.This is Us thirdwlnt..r Mr. Wm. M. Brown or :Mr.! U. B. Ta- 1st. The district being so overwhelm- 'ay has almost < oubled the velocity'}

Reports from other section noHh here. He has a fine boat turn Miami Fla.
new ,
ingly Democratic of the
there tide
was in the
necessity l- '
no
Chefoo November 3.-Port Arthur Is and south of here show that light rajas! I which Boulevard channel" '
was made for him in New York, Dear Sirs.-We are greatly !1n need for it. and out the mouth '

doomed. ti( I have been general. I and spends his time in pleasant weMh-// of a few boxes of grapefruit for exhibition I 2nd. Hating been subjected to more ward. of the river ae*. 3 ;r
The present record of the local l i
+ The correspondent of the Associated catching bonefish near purposes We have only few than
f I a a year of active politics Uio people I They also state that the
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weather bureau shows the rainfall tills increased: ,v
which
Is the
Press here baa received Information, beet place on Biscayne grapefruit and they are mostly from were tired of political! discussions. tide is having the effect of ,
year twenty-four inches less tjn nor- Bay for this ddepemiac anti
and other kinds of the West
game Coast or the Interior +
of the :3rd.: My the
professional water in this "
the rellabilr.- 0f which U .i.yot.d question mal since last January. engagements channel and that tktf.
hejJapaneee fish.Fred Sta. We are desirous of making a have been such as to Imperatively de- arc now able to navigate plaeea that t 8
that ixx-'py positions of Kidder of Wilmington, N. C.. strong pull for the East } -
Coast which mand most of time it baa been '
my since the nomi Impossible<<
which place. the cast aide of the ALL AUDIENCES POSTPONED. ;? is also here for the winter. H? has already we cannot do unless 1 we can get some nation.I get over without fetching heretofore bottom., to. q

town at th-imj mercy. F twenty-five acre cleared, and fruit from there. All the literature I make this statement to In bupport of thui. \; .
you now they cite tae Cut
Home November
3.
-The eondltWn will set out the/entire tract lii <*
The last assault on the fortress gain- 'Wope Pius has not Improved since and this grapefruit am distributing Is East Coif stuff. on the eve of the election lest some that the ban laying off the noata at /
winter.
oranges He Is Mr.
..1.1ed an Important position which in- yestE'rd."be physicians InrMed today also selecting more land, adjoining that grapefruit Sevensoc whk.i sent-us is a nice box of think my zeal! for Democratic success the river and known as Bally Island, 3?,
making Is
a splendid not
ardent wbih
so it
as should be was practical
.e aures the Japanese the ability to enter that all audiences be postponed Indefinitely already bought for his grove. Besides Impression. and y out of inter at Hall

> the malu east forts whenever they f the trees he has already built three I for the further purpose of appealing rides Is.fast disappearing and to/-- t t
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.} iy from the .:T'8 to every Democrat In the district to not visible now at high tide .
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are ready to del so. houses and a fine barn on the OOMT -
prem- Union
f t exhibit is iu> Ca-'IfornU ct'iiMt do his full shallow 1
? Long before the secondPadfn squadron AIRSHIP KSCAPED. jj which duty on next Tucbday by banks In this vicinity art al* t .
ises.A cost the mats: tot less that going to the polls and being '
voting for
;l every cpt away by the Increuwd tid
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arrives the Japanese flag will be small wharf for row boats has been $100,000 but *
St. Louts. November In rn. of the meagre primary nominee on the ticket from and U is believed
3.-The Baldwin by them that wltala.a Y
the built
waving over wrecked citadel. They in front of the Richmond Cottage, exhibit from Florid.. i ti,
Airship which last III'I"lr"l I I.-: governor to constable. This l U the year all of the
escaped heretofore .
: have not yet occupied the, main forts night and a nice rock walk leading horn the I I a Impaaaa
number
while being towed back to the exposition greater 'luu visits the Ca:> -olenm duty of every man wu., participated be! i laces along the route of this chan"
: and the highest points of the east hill front door (1"> the store is nearly com- ifornla
grounds] has not yet been heaid pitted. exhibit. To-os, : nda viic oirbooth by voting in the late primaries, nel will have disappeared entirely. i1
but occupying overwhelming numbers -, I j
( daily, and m tt' pie n.u tbn4. I and the fact that In This
from to noon today. I some instancesour Increased tide
up and wash it
positonj blcwill enatle them j A Baptist Sunday school is being la t
.1:1: I anxious to ee the Flo. 'ua fru l and to favorites were defeated I 'iald. U
; due 't _
makes to the
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f. the | started 1'\ on'.y new banks :
; to drive bacK Kuiylans whenever t a< rrlne, and as U'ere are learn being
PARKER ON= SPEAKING I= something ol 6t'' iesou c"s of ( the obligation! j tostand faithfully I formed by the dredge "
: by turning the
If 0. they desire. 3 i I TOl'n... | children enough there already, ther..o our State, it Is the I' era ;
j tees ct op( /or'.un the victors the more binding 'j he ter. that
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primary praviousy down themiddle
I \ When they pccupy the eatt rldeo i e ;- > they will completely dominate the Rus i =New York. SO'f'ml.rrJudga:! P!f!1- a private school Ity cur section has .er ha'l t<> ma'vcUaelf i s} stem can only; be preserved by I of the bay and ship channel;, j'"

.c... 't Ian forts witfrjthelr artillery 'ker left hove for Connecllc-jf atjtf') ;j;i The roads to the homestead country known. Is il :t i- I |'os..i'"" for i: fitithfuly upholding/ the expressed will I II towards the bore, they forcing greater; ,; ovolumes
,
'' ,- c'olnifc .Hkln -"rial trsla W.u.j; I[are-ntnr In -verytrgtt-ennditier-vwttr I 'J2VBoanl vt Tee le purcLaj-i: ) three: ul: tae people as v'Jonced by a count ..jlt;.--i-: _.",meet Z-* >\f
\ I
'f. : : --+----- 7- fourTOXrB"ot I
: r deliver three formal speeches in cl6- gi"vi'TSir'.ti5T: "rrtT of tltr"L W.. ]EUtr bttr .d'sL.tYe 5 etr.
l: REl""lt FR M (o'p. :-('" I! to high water: the prairies and ;1 Y
:.:.,I : I I nectlcut and it Is exoected several plw- ';travel is difficult. I Ij i e now. There I is .i.rhn.g in Hit Cal- ':' )pr.ii.ar, el!, I '',n \'. :In n 'tlK4 result Prnvr I I'H correct nay eat on"ln t till sw .
'''
$ Headquarter]\ Jarnnese Army at the, form speeches will be made at various ;j,: Twet-dell Brothers have \Vioted from ortla exiiiblt'iat: -HI, coni"i. \\ .Ih' :o ascertained! a-1 I 1 DeiiHjcra J should 'if i he bay, which has long been In*

. Arthur : places. !!! I 1.e fruit In the John Douglas ;grove.If cluc'ii.'Iy: :r"d e-ithiisiasiicullv fall i'ii.inl. wll have been
t Front of Port (I't'n..owl.-Th"l* j j their old stand and taken tb-J stores ini greatly Improved

j I Japanese! are now In a po'-ltjion to ron ;:;: formerly occupied by Brown k Moody. !! )UU will send ;or along pitpnyin linn >;.nd I carry the I partyta.nlarj! to uid the d.x-p water work accompUah-V- *' '

i; m'eace the beginning(: of the lead" of op- I. OCTOBER WEATHER 'j :;They: have greatly enlarged their stock i ? the express. I wi', jut on .I'ni :" tr.iiiiiphanl i '. Ictiiry. / I" T Thile i
! : capture -L f !I' ; 'large (placard "F".in'-I-d!: \' '.If Mi-! \\ I h.i\e not the slightest: doubt J
;*, r .a> to the ea-t rn fortified and are doirg a goal buslneaa.Hiss : ii;

J* rldlle8.1;" I The summary of October wcathern'a j I LIlIi(!' Roberts went ti> Key will Board of Trad" I will ali-o: enn 1 of iii.v u" n election I desire to urge WILL JLOCATE HERE.

"'-:t. There is tre;mendouserat'ons excitement kept and compiled by :Mr.! E. V. Blacl-: ,! West on the :ast trip of the Rei.te.. r them for the "sjld "leiial.1an..' Ih:.! you give' me every p.s..'ble vote I -I l
.
!:. ; among the troops who art convinced 'IIi man, local observer shows the ftillo- a..i sure they w. I g-i 1'ie a1\.s".l. I neat Tuesday. It is of extreme 1mlor.aiice I Expert!: Comes From California to Plant.,

'aas(f' :' of their snccesi and means! to compelthe Ing: I I CONDENSED TELEGRAMS.: i j would also like a I'a thousand: MI' u- that boa lo this InIew of ..j..GroTe'T ..- 1:xt
I I''pl" y "f :"!) re.o'l .o the tai. I '-I.+ 'i'
tj : surrender of Port Arthur in time'r Weather-2 parlly I cloudy cays-; I 4 ; the[ threats openly/ made by the RepuhliiaiiK "

'} .,: Jot the celebration of the Mikado's cloudy Jay 8 and 5 clear daysTemperatureMaximum t j Pope Plus Is suffering with an attackof Trade.: They h&.Inne !titislness from to r-dnce the representation of {;! '
'.. the r very Flirt. I Iri-i 1"rihut-'r.: 111'....' .
I the South in the C electO-
: : birthday November 3. I 8i; (lesreei: i! gout and rheumatic pains in the i mgrens and

H-: ; : minimum. C'J. The hottest da, was !fc. legs. nt .ne and they 101"l' :e j'io-i' : ral < oil c". ,fitr'

Chefoo Norejnlter m :S.-The Japanese and the coolest -IV t|i Ii | p ery State in the Union b'l I am \.-uith.ii. -vent..en' thousand Dem- th

mot calculate thit 'if Us> Russian do not PrH'IJllallonIIIL.( : .' ; dIn creat-; ':' .ompletely out.A r..rlls'ul..t! In this district in the prl-
Milton W
.. Haileton testified in =NewTuesdav
surrender that:ttyy will be.' capable of I lest amount of rainfall was: 2 -.% inche''I YOI' that he nfciCaec few dollar spent in fruit ji-i I suit t tI in.r:> 'led i'n, of June 7th, last, andif :
'; -r
+. f prolonging tfcejflght by making a final 'on the lath J I| tot r now will: be of .ret': vale .m e'tisrrtfun 1 eau go' Washington backed hy1 1
YOUng shoot himself while riding la
/: a .
gr ; stand at Lali promontory and Tiger's!: ': The prt'\ aillnI.r.! ... lion of the wind,1 ,, of the coiiiury; I "Up'II r.i: this Note and! the ether Floilda districts
arrla with Nan; Patterson '
!: the ae- '
f Tail, for a month longer wUn more ; was from the northeast. ': 1'0 late to get any AlliKa' ir pea. r.-< jid themselves in Use man-
J. under for the .
tress arrest 'r'II." Haietoii -
If could, l .
a hope of contending the struggle you lie here row anj sec nit''nl..r..1 :ur. it will silence the Hi-publican
:I / SASS 'hat h" saw them in the .
manifested in KIn'Ma ..
jon..lould n of r-duiMuii! of representation
WINNING LAURElSHon iI arrlage.. tha' l.oih had their hands
!: up : .
, J THE :. understand the greataue! it ,It fir RS our own Plate Is concerned]
IARfE ..
COON I i aid seemeil) to !I. es'-ited! Th. woinanro.ped
- could be to our s-cllon. W.shall!
' I \ la-ige toe Hill. aicomplish another
I John S. Th>arJ. of Pouacola.wlnnlnc : : .$- | her hands and l a seeped later:
1. i New York I v.Fu'urf" opened ;iisve: a fresh lot ot grapefruit f'om the tiling: it will give me In the very be.giiiiitP.g
a'lunal] reputatlo-t as flq: ralsrhis! ;
1 a Yo'jnn h-nd and stol hlm- '
November. t tilio: Deiem'wr.January 97 cI'ieasf of niy congressional n' rvlce'lsiandins '
easy l.h '
orator: and :lilentally fJra\\! inj 1 .M'lf IIaclstnn was positive of tins. e
: get some from Miami! ai'ii,i sen.) ,
9M! March, associate. which
9S5 jFebruwy. amng
: : ; my
,, of votes to flip Demo ratlc sta-ndatxl- !i but later wqs taken to Uleckestnvt ;
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and June, .or < right away Thiy: wi'l' hl1't"" will! greatly ;
997; April.000 bid; :May! fee augment my ability ( to
Is 1 areM Mr r'ard! I Is one of ( where the shading occurred but could F
( e here soon J if I enter! th'-m fur the
I',..;J; July, tlal$ ; varloin v-rve >ell acceptabl"! i
national raf.paisners touring
:
I lot IdHiitlfy the street as the one hrsaw ,,
-. -T---. i s.ol.1 medal Addr-! 's. E. V B'kmall.Tinl..l'nlon : \ 4
Respectfully..
M&'ii in the interest of the Den IK rape' them I
on. i iI Bureau lion troll ural
'I [ Clarkv
JAtAX DAY. party and ifsues. Of hH vKit to afcd I Frank
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t i iI i huildini
I|lof him the Fort Wayne (Md ) Journal! i LECAL PAPERS. (,
; A bold hank robbery resultir.; In tl\f .
St. Louis November 3.-On 1 the occasion I '
i mnrrter of the eashl.r was attempted a) STORM WARNING. ,
1 of today bein? Japan pay at the;' "If In'llan" doe her duty In the ctita1 record In the clerk's office of the Clr-
I t | CodyVyon.iug.. Tuesday. Two ma ,,-
Exposition, n telegram of conrwtula-: 1 tog election' on the 'lh! of November the Thc following storm warnirg was tut Court today !L
..1 men rod" into the town an.l one ofthem
$ j: tlons ban beeps sent the Enuvror on sun will shine, not on a victory for reieivrd here yesterday after (lIoon by 0 nt- lain ili. ids F. M. Platt and wife
held the hors 4 outside walls the
.. t this his 53rd lfirtbday.fore 1, Parker not on a triumph fur th- Denlorratic the local forecaster: '''to Southern btal-g Land! & Timber Co.',
oth'-r went nto the. First Natioiiai; ,
) than tree hundred( Japanesegathered '| party, but on victory tar the Southeast storm warning 2..1'1 p m f'ir $1 "" and. other considerations, two
1 I (Hank of Coily atd demanded thr motier (
.T at Ihejjapanese, National gardens \inrican people, \trtory for the rer.iMIc Lut.neiott' ; Tampa. Punta (:oroJa. Punta tun..red. an-l eight a"p"lr :land la
in the bank s ; and among -rasplves celebrated of thn "lilted Slat s" iia-.fa. :Miam., Juiiiter, Storm ad\ all' ,. ,.rx. i'. :;' art "':. townships 38i

s the Mikado fcirtbday <>v |COIRS ami !!! "These vMirils. marking theo! e or Mul.luimli refused when he ,1'ii.g: eastward over north1' ni. in Teasi".i i : 1 :l'i souitrnjipes, :,8 and J') east I1irVdl1Q .
'I was shot dead The noise of tii" shooting
t ; ,spew'hes in their! native Tat gtlagp. hU sprt strength! Nortlieait: warnrwh.i t \\ ..Lr".iI' ,!deed InhuV.. Scott tot -
attracted a crowd and th" robbersled II JQUt1 UttlaOpt'e
J ''iglit sent a leg: a'I"n"r(: Inf.i a rap \been ordered raised from JaclsJonMlleto : ; Hi i.:. I I.--I I bit JH'l.'ii'' lot a: blixK! :

"TiERMAMf ;!3 VILL ARIHTUATE.Berlin. ii.ie of apii'.aiK0'' : for th" Hon John Sri without ""lIrll1any moi.ey. A Wilmington.Nj 31Vi r "in lit a. h t HOTEL ARRIVALS; !
;>o"se was at once organi/pd to hum
fit F'nr.da who took tie pia -ejof : ., ,,' .'. .
\ \Vai.a.' "d!, Sarah:: L I HH: -i I t"Er.och
them down, nod 1 1 at last : the e,Lt1QiiSDc 'tac18QzANzQtA2taeivrRGLADE "if
' rejmr.s }
November l J -The German :j Snnator .'I1I1".on. of T..xJ"lr: further storm wa-nin: wa n- l I'.oo': for I'.'"' 'M' lor 1a ,id ri-'

? c Governmept" :!ifin full s> miahy| with, I[ ('ull'.rson ir siiffenng from a wore' weri.irroii"iled; but not raptured' reared tfnlay and \it I Is h',,lon'.Jp that half I Int 14 Root's ,ut,-dl'li-U/ | iii 01, pam : #6s

s" 'i the proposal -ofcjthe United S ta'es for atreaty throat and wired Chairman Sn.ith. yeMrday < the !.10".1' r 'II' ,,'cI ) e't" b11'.' pass ,'.t I ;,.' t.n !">. and; lt<; : ..i > X !;. ''run and wife, Pine Island,

''b' of arbitration bruetn the two I afternoon that he could not fl 11 lames I Hen! :Irix." : toptilar )0'ing man pd this ae I on as bironi. r.- :i"slow io-n; : <.hij' I': < a.-t. tie sanubemg siiii- ,, Miiin..,, Gres'a: 'ner, Jacksonville\ ; ; ;

countries and |iaa no doubt the treaty I his enpageiupnts for several! dlvs. Mr of Montgom"'ty. AH., was found dead ly ri-i. '; Tn.Rrerrt, to- t.iiav; and 'j.." ;to a t" 'i-foot ntht of wa" acio-s HAY VIEW-

t1'' 'will be arranged at an early uate. j I Beard came in his stead and he mad.one .- Tuesday mi-rnlng on the roof of the tomorr'iw ..4 ran: toiiUht Y.I U p-uh- I 1'011'!h sections of land herein descrlbJM \\' !Iiudd. ..liSt.. Aug-is'lnr! ; Cbaa. I'; '

The foreign :-office received, :he pro- of the best speeches hear in Fort American National Bonk of that clt> abk to.rti.nnn'e Krl'Sav. : Ile-er.:\ Jacksonville. Mrs. Moore, KeyWest. sy.
'aj4
posal of arbitration of all International Wayne this vear. ; by his side was a :Xlt of burglars: tools! I Commisvon-r's and -eivers deed '

question franf the American Amtiasadcr "Mr. Beard, a typical southerner tail'!. I and on his /)('r"on'ariou!! bottles of '1 Hon. M. l'> Mi'fat :lane, collector of J. 1H...."y a, commissioner! and II. E SAN (CARLOS ; r

- a few Ail s ago.4 rawboned dark. Impassioned in speech j acid. Hendnx. It is believed, was kill-! "usloms, wan 3.hl.1I0''tl'rrla- )' an ; Tu.tf'! receiver. to J. H TIl., .... M: M. I. Wyman. Detrol; F. SL t L.

made an address that was master' j i' ed by a five electric wire which he epdeavored appreciated gift fr'im President Rooseelt $I I.;:t Is'I ]lo-s 11 and 12. block l.V.t.: .idl.! city. 5 .

point of view and his 'raienment to cut to effect entrance I! Ifl:'('.\ =
xyrBLAST COTTON CEXSI from any an \ -a photograph of the Presidentwith 'nort',. Miami : also certain other lands 1'N&,4
I
.! of President Roosevelt's violations late the bank. The affair created a his autograph.: desciibed by feet and desltnated 1 a- O.' : < ity: M. Page.Helray }

Washington';;! November ;3.-The last* ] of the Constitution and!, Ms j jsensation at :Montgomery. The t.hoto is toe latest 'tfrk-i of the I tracts : and ". adjoining: said lots 11 : Simon Miller, AtlantaJ.. 3.

of the censuss giving: the returns reference to 'he tendency of the Repiv'illcan'party -I* Prescient: and Is splendidly done The I, and 1 12. Tract No :S Is deeded v.-ith the i i Sorie. Princeton N J : J P. Cassldy '

of the Ignited Staten' agents on to depart from the prlnd1. !- Warts and moles are regarded a. expression on the countenance Is not understanding and for the purpose of Savanah ;; J. M. Smith. Jacksonvlll: ; i"

the cotton ginned for the present year slew of Americanism, brought out thunders 1 ..dangerous by a Philadelphia. physician.! ''onl'. however of great faith and it |I. j constructing and maintaining upon li '.V B. Johnson Atlanta: James Fltz- s

18' issued to lay and of applause from the andieot'P." He cites In which ho "''mmons. Ktmsa.-, V," M.
to October wad twenty-five cases intimated by some Democrats v. saw- a. bridge across the Miami river from City; Douglas y

:tshows: the total. number jof, rales of they have taken an active mallgnari j it that Just at the time the camera was j the tooth of TwelftK street. I' at any 'I rharieston, -1. C. 4pI 'f

t' cotton ginned) as t.a9u,1; ::;! i.'m,.';'-ed! If you are doing
td doing much barm to yor.rarlf d. has to deJ It U'i always easier to fight: the dead
same election
;< a *int) 3.839.to ginned the you are : .esse begun or tb probability of Parker's operated or done away with the land

:to date last yearclh ; Chicago Tribune. ...,evlop.j -Tampa Tribune I reverts back to the assignors. I fin I of yesterday than to face the living; ,

; J I i ones of to- ..
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' THE DAILY The genuine "fake sheet" up the' 'worthily conceived Idea. The bone Is a 'odds were overwhelmingly: in favor of I I Parker 151 electoral votes, and says Thus he to saved the wear mad tew of x

' street makes the people of Miami laughby I hero In war, where thousands are slain Clay against Polk. After election the that only Maryland and Nevada are trying to memorize the elector of his V

i Ha vain nttempts to fool them into : or in peace, where many: suffer cruelty Whigs didn't have money enough to i i doubtful. The Brooklyn Eagle has party: from a list as long as a Fourth

rr MIMIETROPOLIS.r, thinking it gets!: a telegraphic service. [ !in their faithful service to man. The buy a drink. So let's cheer up and try |I I made a postal card canvass of New of Julr oration. This also Jives the

-- -o-- i( Japanese are building fountains asi.II to look pleasant." An observer who Is :r York and reaches the conclusion that State the full number of elector to

! ........... day except--- 9a.day.e -. Miami mu-1iave more houses.lLhe I monuments to faithful horses who died {I not misled by outward appearancesas l, Parker will carry that State by not which It is entitled, being as many M tithe

L L srM. ( Elgwa.t population would soon double If those in their country's service. In Miami : "Men who go Into Wall street )less than 182.000 majority. Nor is that State has senators and representatives -

f. KIKBNOTN.VH #I who want to locate here could lese purses have no protection from the 'n lay .election wagers for large sums 811. It says: "The logic of the figures ': In Congress

. rr -- fiL 4Tllabal.tt. .:.....ttalltrer.bMnd 'houses to ]lite I in until they can bill Id Inutes who mistreat them ind considerable difficulty in locating is that there Is to be a change in the',' From a standpoint of Democratic:
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----- IB the PeMoffic- -at Klaml.l"1orlda., for themsehes 2 A\ >''mone)'. There is a lot of bluff: and party auspices under which affairs principle, it Is a fair system u it s

_"_1I4 lw miner D A 1.11I1:1. f) SLANDER va;..;ieislioii about the sums ready to..( have lieen administered at Washington. gives the minority show, while maintaining ;
e' --
?**otost Booioera newspaper pub; .bftf on The Springfield Republican ofers this 1 ii. waserett. Mapy: wishing to layta&uers ( That such a change I Is now Impending the principle of majority rule.
mats land of the roltd l16'e. at Uc excellent ah ice "Advice to ulT politician The Caiic-.ville: Sun rightly) and) I' I'nder this
tM on Koos.'velt have found that the Eagle is now convinced It I is sincere system. Instead of the party:
goerhatn ... 1.... '"",,IDa! takis- Major Alex. S' Ciair-
mat ,
.roiJl'rI
*. and M.nrially| those I'jionljhe :hay mu-t put up $."> to $1 on Parker.ird in the U-lief that Alton U. Parker with a bare majority "raking In" the ; i

y..,. Mali .. .. ... ...$s.oo) Keep cU< I'I.alllr<'IJ' Letifaof Vlirams to ti; -k for Intimation in an entire
r ... by stump':: : nfh'Ts v.i htni; to lay wager; ou i \\.11011 Tuesday of nett week i e elected electoralole.. as Is the case in ; '

ttx 1oatbs.i;.. ... ... ... .. .. ... I.W the iiu rnasug! Mat ..r the CuinpalgnbtgM : :""lid,' published, in thH"jafl.-oiiville Parker In the same locality have President of the United Sta'. ..." TheNew ,:! I live other Status Democratic electorsihosen iLrt

.... .... ... .. .. ... 1.25 iiidu ardor.. 1.1ao,1 let Jf\e M' Iro'is( that 'the( ciiienH! of Alachua 'Y
4 ATM Months; : tound! that the bug I>i tnlds of fi lo I .'an.1 : :; York Herald's forecast is. Roosejj i! at-- from Democratic districts,
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Carrier ... .... .. JO --0- --- ;f I '''..nay rniiions'il to serve :n jurors ;
Il a* Week by: .. be had Instead of that, the bro. ,j volt lir.T electoralotes and 1'aiker 159.Hith and Republican electors from Repub-

1 BlimljPriitlnji; T! i M> IPVO' i 'I" I itn' 'is fp>n.r.l ::1. thlt.! Ui.'imvay' case were tanir "ers w ,nt to plai" lle: [iionej ai ".smut eighteen additional votes, "probaRepublican. titan districts, thus getting a fair and

The Company. Irinus, nndr.! ehable Ollr' ('h. ;I:.. | r<-d will, :hrl! bad been "fixea" in behsi I'niii' like; to 1 In either < astit will; !i.ly! :' three, "probably full expression of the will of .be people : '

4e Advertising rites made known onapplication. t.-i;' rdl.III'. '1.'w- < oii.e> b> wire: tit- h f of |II|olloua\ lie seen, the tiroker is liMik'i.K /. :1 lull-I IIttt hi I Democratic," and, New York's thirty- while the two electors at large go, &

I''i\. and fairs the I'. st and; nu st Tidi!: The :"'111 tfk: 'f the proi{>or viesof i r his owes tttp ,'.t- nf lh" :,.iinii' ''llal[ nine votes "doubtful. The Herald as is right to the party strongest
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TELEPHONE. 81-3R abliacen. < } III the world -th .\'ti( ><'l- \\ lia' in all appearame.. is a s'snde,1' loa represents A very \tare.i i part of the Hunks the Democrats will win In the ,, thro'iehout the entire State.

?y trriCE: METROPOLIS BUILDING a"1) I.,."-- I If >ou cant li\e njpxsou an I insult lo the people' of \lai-lni\ quotations ate for newspaper l\lIh'.a. State electio'i. Chairman Cowherd, of ,, -.....
43? and 4J4 Twelfth Street. sf ti whit' Maior Aliranis. must consi'n -
eunr:
> I11U-.1 read 1 the Jletrolnits.A tion and\ campaign con-uiiiption. not the Ih'uu'uart' t'ii: resvlonal Commltlie. '
: THE LONGEST WAR
j cc OpposlUv, Court House. ntiouslv I t hue are honorable' and :
Democraticparty
thai! the
lur r. n' l11"lI'r> often those who estimate

-THURSDAY JNOVKMBKK: :3. 11M4: gentleman living at Toit PICrce capa'ile of ii'aliin I ;; as fairly and Impartially ".tiitt'ly' wiuer: money hedge; I ly In i will ent. 2i'5:; member i .' t >
li anv l issue or person as With slight intervals for refreshment'nd
ayes In''I th war 1-its ant I all the wi l linn on both i-ides., although cDiieealmu "ext House. Isis "','Ing th : !

ty > Professor cheats"i no do.ibt. will cast t more \inijioriai.t nrw.s of the da)' .|p,. any p] -npin the State. AnsweringMarjor .h"ir\ waters on one side, if jjolitiraleffect Ihlrl\u.].' i.i ,.\(.'s..e'aquo. rest, the war of the Dutch against
: Abeam the Sun : I :> the Achlnew has been !going; on for 't
t biB vote for'J;| Emrn..t'oH..., but II' I oral hoiir e;rlier from the Ially iile- { ; fays i| I ia aimed at. H\ thimethod the! ''a ma"nu' ? of bXI', -four over the Republicans I i 1' ) vtonce
( than the
1I' >rl' a century and. though ,
ft he do" from ihe Jjcksouville \Vt desire\ :u the most emphatic lu anner th" ot'rT' i\f\ the Re-
good lo. >al Democrats will put a nail in troijolis tha.i r= viinis ai ttaKe are much stnailtr': than !! (i'i : '
powerful kingdom of Achln Isflow
to that in that article the />po- !
his comn by Tottug for the rightful ,.a"r", This explains; ,Jfchy I say tni?ht aPllf'ar" liiililn ans are cTaiiulne a larger mpm1"rhl1 '

nominee ite -\V. M. Hotloaay.r th,' cir nlati'in of the Daily Mt I ((7oj ilii i pie, of Alaihua county have bern pnt In Among cie.-tion bettors are ,'.'n' !Ice ; in Ih" next House than they i i! confined to the northwest corner
.party 'I( ,if Sumatra, the natives are still unaub-
f i b -roe tug nil! along the line deirf up dued. Each < xpeditlon sent theAdiuiese.
There are i.lw national tickets. in the into Brevard county if In the Holloway case have b.'-ii most iM.tliinn' They 'let as the avei Ic"'luau And tliii it I koes Nothing 1 b easier against
V I D to ;.:ro.--Iy Insulted It la aitfn.rtPd icyI ban wale pre-election claims. The tb-iueh' temporarily successi
field hence the voter can take hifcChoice \\f nets on a h'.rse rn- ". without: \Knowltnijie. 1.I 1- 0 ful. has been followed by little lasting
from common black: to his To -.riUci.... the administration it.noi( I." a nil. r to < hilt'y the 5n.ireasioiitlut : and\ sometimes they win inte'liKcnl ieal.-r' must form his own ,: .
the
I I time-fit, except\ that attrition htw grad-
t < ; \icing\ or had, beenin
the were >
be traitor to this govtruuicnji It jrv; nions witli respect to what the out-
to op
next of color and kin-Theodora RIX>>W- a --<> --
na'h!
Telt. IBob I I tlitl not ute to be. and is tot so tcSo Iay la.mi with 'Ir. llolioiaj. Th.- 1TII:; : HOMK! STRETCH. iiune will, probably be, Mar. bilf Its worn away the ancient kingdom.
[ tliat:. win',, the wriuir' t'nes not 1 he |lung; war. always conducted with
o long as this, remains a govent"tit \d I I1- teitain that the: Parker: sentimentIni
'1, the ill be Aw tin'N.w rpenlj chntui: 11 tat the jury had heat been wnpd.-rfally> strensthcnedli'iniiL ; greatruin) on both sides now seems '
Dasho..s his patriotic by people, it nevi r a
r \! loyal ; This Meek concludes (lie aft Vi tani1 : to have degenerated Into a struggle of a"
| Turk lleiald! \h\ > f.iior. \ tl.nl they had vNIIed; Mr the |M-I two weeks and that beI"rr -
his4t' says. p\Jiple .
Democratic/ spirit by advic'ng .
and [ 1 i.-trinK of 11. political" pait': s (h. extermination, in which women andchildren
i.omlnet 1 niiiot decide, line; them! pit n| of Hinlowa-'s: u iJEce.! t'I t by the subterfuge '. Satnt.laniyhl\ i reached the bet-
stand the
friends to by party | week Trout to-day the (.eoj! Itw II mi hIt share the fate of their sons
Governor cround! ". Ahith to form Uuiifzrtrdict I '! and l 11101"11'.r\ Madam R' 'uu1 tine; otbK 0:1:& lloieeH will\ 1 be much
Broward lor III'
SeS and vote for Captain t l.e! polls! ant rrtlster ,11I.lr'r.Ii, as and fathers The Dutch regard the
Stale Democratic and do. it fa'rly.' It will so{t be cats I this slur at the jurores \\ e )I' as that they are minted" at now.
Florida. Can the .
of .
; theIitdcn
I.! 'tw"'n the r.oiuh Ilider: and AclilncM-! : barbarians but little can
\ Committee boast of such an act' over, and iiMil, elwtlon day keel4:;)our !: think th" farts arc a.- fci'ous.' and wi ., lilll"l I'a.ktT; i- irakiux' a magnificent J
One week from to morrow
.. <,1.1' said fur the civilization typified by
S D | temper| in ba-h." And say nothiii; of hire evidence to rul'v prove q hat" ra..... He teak nor erred at a Rin,,!'! point. :
''nomine the countr will "110'h..th.- th" Dutch commander who ca'.raly: announces -
and -t.This n'mnra.- Rrsl put uut.t.N i> 'but has ale done the right thing! at ? ,
r r: In pacing; a mile in one minute : which you will he ashamed alier irrd a s
ir fur four tears more it must pit in ad a detail of his victory the i.
fifty-six ueconls Dan Patch is entitled --o-- \\'. Sheatr.ho r"I"lrtpdlJ the h.' right t1r.:". His chances of winning
uncertainty on the brink of volcano slaughter of :281: women and 88 children.
to rank with dam Patch In the lower The R... ord still calls the Mftii!>ois! Sheriff( that on" of his deputies had ire decid'dly: better now than ever be-
? likely to erupt at any momei.t. RO .
r ball of fame, j By the way, what was ''a fakir because it gave the 1njiSie a 'brought!: in MX! jurors and earned them I fore, and they' have been good! from the lr
'alxmt its miriness in the assurance Strangely enough this announcement -
It Sam Patch did? Jumped off a bridge | real sensational bit of news wliiCfi the lo Holo!! ays office. Upon tl"1 report very first.
tl1 that affairs in Washington are In instead of being suppressed by: L
the matter
didn't he? of Mr. Seas to the Sheriff n
i something, Record failed to gel but still tlRe- e ,
: ? charge: of a man whose safety and san- the government of the Netherlands, ie'ih
and
tie +-- r-- I cord does not undertake to explHn to was at once investigated! provento CHANGE OF METHOD. ,:
: of the commander of the I foundation. Now, It) are unquestioned and who will! be> j Kent broadcast over the world seaT
The name without' i
be any
1J.JY Its readers l.uw it manages '0 (wt its the'laws I
..h- guided' by tue Constitution and >aniod by adverse comment
fleet lir now reported as Ro such a state of.fa..t comi no or a
Baltic f if, Major Abrams upon
se-vice nisi I For
telegraphic by
We object to the alpha- dally article! he hasnnnmltte.l In all\ ni his dealings. Some bright young member of the hint of oMclal action against the commanding !
that
t
t4adestvensky. ,. I the >l. has published
brazen outright lying Me'Wpolin
le carried by this amendwent !; he has libelled and AH Is customary at the beginningof Legislature! that convenes next year general of the expedition. ,
", submits that the itt cord outclasssi! a crime, ""
Next ;:thlng his name will be any I summoned in the the last week of the campaign might well immortalize hlm ell by introducing And the Dutch capital Is the seat of
? In the !by publlshugtfnder slandered the jurors (,
"' Whauedoltfnratravensky. paper State whole numerous estimates of what the out- a bill to amend the manner the Hague tribunal the place from
J 'reported u fwhich ''Holloway! (case as well as the I '
date
-u J. -- j date lines on the time oa come of the balloting will be, havebeen ,I: of choosing presidential electors in I which rules for the amelioration of the 1i

111 Because of the Invasion of th' Postal I the paper is published a lot Olr. --o--
I' Telegraph Company Into Florida the news and other matter two three ,I' -- BETTING estimates are will be more apparent, deal of confusion IP the minds of thevoters final extinction, are APposed to ema

jj-* Impression his been made thai the days old. thus say ins to.Its reaJert' I that 'next Wednesday morning than they: are of the State says the Tampa nate.-St Louis Port-Dispatch.

$ '. -'yWestern y\ Union Telegraph Company the matter Is "hot from the slaps"!f As to election-betting- the New York I at present, says the.Savannah News. Tribune..

tcatROald: eat rates and try and force the o World says: "The betting'' on October Secretary Urey Woodson, of the Democratic Michigan i I" a system, distinctively: As the result pf an explosion of dynamite : -

J} .:'::..w concern rLo the walL This is denied The Japanese Society for the Prevention -24. 1892, was 5 to 4 on the election of National Committee says everyone Its own. that I II at once the simplestand at the Batson oil fields near r

: .).' by: the cAmpany officials, and the of Cruelty to Animals Is to .build Harrison. Fifteen days later Cleveland I of the doubtful States will go for the fairest that could be devised.In Houston, Tex., Tuesday: two men wen fp I

7."' t:.statement made that there wll be notaxt4 drinking fountains for horses all. over I was elected President, receiving Z77 I Parker, and that he will be elected by that State a voter marks his ballot killed two fatally Injured and one

:.cutting of" rates the Western Union Japan as monuments loci their lives to the whey chargersthat ,their i rotes to Harrison's 145. The Boston,!,* landslide ballot The New York for three electors two from the Stateat seriously hurt. The explosloa occurred ( .

: .:depending oa Its established patron- hare : I I Herald Is reminded of the "Presidential Tribune claims for Roosevelt Z14 elec- large and one from the congressional while raising a charge of dynamite t'from
various
-
) batteries went into action on tbf-
.! _'.,'..:-ace. and facilities i for competing battlefields. It,I Is a campaign of '44, when the betting toral votes as a certainty concedes district In which he reside. the bottom of a well.

-' rtgaiast the new. concern. Manchurian .
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Mlpacl r y, for fine i Steel Bridge Has Been Let p'







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"'' I'e'now,1,''' paced upon the market t. a few of our lots on the west side of Miami River and we will briefly describe their





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Bridge Company: to'4rect. and complete A petition was presented by: the than JHOt> to $i.tj and these lots are Below we lIt a few furnished house t r'

a magnificent bridge across the river property owners also for paving streets only 12H to 140 feel deep, while ours for rent for the season: 4c

at Twelfth street This steel draw will and laying sewerage, which will be are 150 feet fc keep a free team at K-Uoom] House, Fourteenth street 1500. > r

and 30 feet passed at their: next meeting we agreeour door ready to show our lots to
> be 10t Vi feet in length 5 Room House, Avenue C. $325- r 'r

wide Including; doable. walk This ing to donate the city's portion of the real seekers .f homes or Investors, and '.Room House, Seventh street $600. ? {

t- draw will be supported. by concrete cost of same. It Is our Intention to will be pleased to give you our time If 6-Hoom House Seventh rtreet $300.

,;'F aB and steel and concrete. pillars. The en- make this th j pride portion of the city you are inearnest. Remember also 12-Room H' Ninth street and

} tire length cf the]bridge will be 290 hence will Lot sera any Iou to other that we mean whet we say, wnen we Avenue C, .90.

'V feet and is gnuanleed to be completed than desirable persona, and in lesttell you that orly a few lots will be tit

eat'oft and ready for travel by January 1. 1905. than twelve months we confidently expect Mild at these price, bet that you have Below we list a few special bargain ;

vt by the Converse Bridge Company. this pan of the city to have from the choice 01 all of them and that we for sale: '

Besides this w. have already arranged 50 to 10<> of the choicest buildings and guarantee to build the bridge and pave Avenue H, lots $10 cash and $5 per

d to pave Eleventh Twelfth and homes to be found In the city, fully: the streets at no cost to those who pur- month yy.

Thirteenth a Jreetl. and Twelfta street equipped with water, sewerage and Chase from us. and that both will be Bay-Front Lot 150x190 $4.500; easy tin

.5 will be not only completed by January electric tight ;completed bv January 1, 1905 if money terms.

p'-t spa tits let but It will-ber, extended west and Now, we offer only a few more lots will do It. Uemember. also thrt If you 6-Room House bay front lot rlpariau

sg ble raved till It mtenects the paved road at the above prices and terms before IxiUKht a lot as rear as Seventh street rights tropical fruits and shrubbery +

through the General Lawrence propSte advance prices. which i M further away thpt It would adjoining city; very cheap at
t 4
,y erty: thus making this the most traveled Do 1108 forget that.Tw"lfth! Ktreel Is ,....t you from $'' .' to $1.5f with wrter $4,000.1,

a II thoroughfare about the city, as It the best one In the city, as It has and sewrrY C-Room HOULC, with lot TExl5: : $1,900. r r

\\ have \I" ;hi the real estate, 1.mi- Farm of 45 all cleared 1,000
will save two miles distance going and nearly all !!.- finest brick and ston" "> n acres

xt '". r -1lth, fad 'oa,pin*j land.- consequently from the North Orange Glade business blocks in the center and the ness for mor than twenty years, and trees oranges, limes In'al'r s l t, r'z
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; r Is D'O'h for mosquitoes nor cominj
)there rtor properties finest and most elegant residences on Know how to pet properties to sell. kumquats cocoincts. etc., many: in

;!; ': '1* the;breeze cUt off from the bay by Now only I a few words m9rE' We each' end. It is seventy feet wide and If you are a stranger/ in the city, do\ bearing; three acres in bananas; >
: forest tree
.f dentVttunmovkji or notified a fev of our tri >nd and clients : has JO-foot n-dewalks. Thecourt-house, l.ot be driven off Hy the prices that are 30.000 pineapple plants, two-thirds
};.. propertyj would have long since!!
TW$ In the city what we were I'Oing to and City Hail lots are only three given you OT properties which are offered In bearing; has an 8-room house,
built
1- of the city and
been the ceiter from the do. namely sell a,' limited number of blocks.away, and the water, sewerage by any and every one In the city, with 80 feet of veranda. Price s
but
<; to with elegant homes '
up the our lots at the Bla1sum\ of $300 for and electric lights are already cornbut see us fur properties that are ex- 14.500't. i

;"" tact there was no bridge across It Inside lots and $450 for corners, one- pleted to the river' edge, writing! only rluslvely handled by our firm and get 80 Acres two mile west of Lemon City
: Miami i river near It, *o that to reach "
;ail.lery' mile third cash balance one and two years for the brides cross over only one price We glue you ubttractslo Depot, on agnod rock road; good 1a
than a
tad more '
you to pass
kl y, streets Some fifty of our: friends, who knewus. Those of you thinking of tj'Olng a our propertv. act we warrart every nelghbornood. P. ce per acre $15.
"; ther were no paved
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Bealdf rinds this point Realizing the have already bought lots grid quite home just think for a moment we sold deed leaving our office. If you are a :'0 Acre one and a brit miles west of.ft r te
to '
F ti' or importance of opening up this a number will bufd elegant homes as the lots on Twelfth street to tie river htianper!; we will be glad to meet you. Little River Depot $20 per acre.

full .. sinceat and 111ttivp\ the benefit of our J<| Acres one and a Dalf miles from '
) secured a few weeks since soon as the bridle, Is compl tE'd. The Just a little more than one ye r yon
tract;; we
if;. tf; on all this property at exceedingly Council, st 'belr last meeting ()cototwor' $23"; to $3jO each : now iiion of them twenty '..ar.J' experience in selecting Cutler, part prairie part pine; the

t--! ; :"" aa-option low figure and have already :2!O. 194, ordered i.Idewalks laid on are built up with fine houses, and no jour prove farms homes Investments, cheapest property in Dade county. )j

t ontracted w tbbe\ Converse Steel Twelfth street to Avenue K. vacant lots can now be had for less or any information In our power. Price, 1200.Miami.
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Concerning M aiami and the Southern ,

-, vttarosa.ATTORNEYS. do Ywta g. I II.
of Dade
"T ------ Portion County.

t AT LAW. I. M !
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wtnpr.cUcel In all court*,State and Federal I ...., i i
t iHrtal UelntlMtor, aaamUUinand prteodo So many Inquiries are directed to able as In soy section of the country, N
Uad Title*. the Metropolis by prospecUT4 settlers and far more so than In most.
j
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FO.BoiOT. Mlaml Fla. I'
-4- ._ or homeeeekers concerning a condition THE CITY'S FUTURE.
r | existing In this Part of thejxmntry,'' Miami possesses all modern conveniences -i'
; 1'; S& GGS. Y. D..
f p. 'I' and the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization as electric lights

.OtCce. with Led( us. Pharmacy 1 thereby has become A beaYJ.I water works, sewerage, telephone system I SIXLEFT
III) hulden 14th SUM 1 that we have attempted In the} follow free mall delivery three newspapers :

rr turner" Aw C : ing article to summarize sura .Information two national banks one State ,

.;, MIAMI, FLORIDA. I as is most Important! and to bank. etc. It has miles of beautiful !' ;

I IDR. < I answer the questions most frequently streets of native white stone It is I
J. it. JACKSON JIL ,
I I I asked It Is hoped by this mt ns that practically the terminus of the Florida : Within the past week

orric:: I I a sample copy of the paper -Af which East Coast Railway, for though an extension i we

BLOCK Avi.D. I hundreds are sent out, "'III.,'>*n most of the road has recently been
HOTEL BJSCAYVE
have sold
'. MIAMI. FLORIDA. I' cases, serve the purpose InteNJed bet- built, penetrating the farming lands all but six lots };

-n !! ter than a personal letter. Specific Information forty-five miles south this Is merelya

may be obtained bye writing feeder to the commerce of this city. advertised inJohnson's
i QRW.. B, RUSH, to any of the real estate or older firms Here are located the steamship docksof I

/ Office 2&mh street. 'PboneHe'! II hose advertisements appeal In this the P. ft: 0 Steamship Company,
and the best to become fa- whose lines are .
Rriidet e'IP, "jIIlh .t.'I paper; way operated to Key West
1 I mllttr with 1 kcal conditions ,.progress: to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense
: MIAMIFLA.J '
; industries and current haroenlngs, i wharves. etc., are being projected to Extra

while contemplating remorlnjg to this keep pace with the vastly Increased '
r. w. BACKUS: faI
i ? I section is through reading tike Daily maritime business that must follow on
.
t AR.y3ITECZ' lor the Weekly Metropolis. th$ formerof the deepening of the harbor work on ':
\ Plans, Specification' and IteUlln Made which will be sent to addrea which is now actually An
ant; progressing. !
'i for Buildings of All: Kinds Fine I
Residences a Specialty. at the rate of $5.00 a year, fl.25 for appropriation of $300,000 has been secured Special Sale

t OFFICE, 1315, AVENUE D.ID. three mouths; the Weekly-* ti large IV I from the Government for harbor j,I F
"; page paper being milled for. |1.60 ayes Improvements end the Florida!
?. I East Coast Railroad 1s also pledged to i I '
3D. ISog-ers: THE CITY OP MIArf: } I expend a like amount. Thus $600,000Is I j These 'lots were sold to residents of Miami,

avs1 awa-i. CJonjni1tlTier I! Sprang out of the wilderness eight now being used for this purpose and and they knew what bargains we were offer-
it Is
I a moral certainty that farther appropriations -
years ago, the railroad baring reached
ENG TEER.e will bo secured ing. If
this point April 15; 1891 Prig to this nntll the you contemplate purchasing one of|
harbor ls In a condition
Offic No. 432 12th su, MiamI, Fla.Dajnou. time one store, whose trade was principally commensurate these lots
Fta with the Indians at a few with its Importance from a commehdal send in your first payment of $10, '
Earlo triiiira d S rr :3Tean strategical
J-t Coat 01 Florida. scattered families, eking oats: pret'UI I standpoint Importanee recognised and we will reserve you one while they last.
ious livelihood by wrecking and the
u -- by public men at the National Capital,
c. DEGARMO.8rohlteot.. manufacture of eoontl (tafia, were aY.a4ti
WALTER and by all who win
the only evidence of dvillxa tee On study the locationof .
this port and Its relation McAllISTER BECK
to Insoltr
July !I, 1891. Miami was Inc Rputand = [
and Sooth American ,
: commerce, to
as a dty furnishing perU u.. only
Instance on record la whle a all say nothing of the vast trade that Real Estate F
most spring Into existence
upon the
fledged city cam Into olst n* without -
: Room*4, Metropolis building. first baring been a towij Three completion of the Panama canal. SV..t i 4. H 'rCH.J3v; = G1a 4

t Roan 8 Jo 12 Miami Fla. A glance at the map will show the i r{
hundred t'
registered voters ]
ar*required : : F1oxtCla
.
most casual observer the
f: to entitle any community toys called ossibllltles
R. H. SEYMOUR. the future holds for the
Magic City.
a city less than that nvmbaf constituting .
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c;: : _
It 'Attorney at'Law a town. At a meeting aeld for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. >

I a --- I the purpose of Incorporation!. three Miami has one of the best public:
a and o....-half months after['th* first schools In the State, embracing both
Itt Will praclln U alCthe: State and FederalCovna. train reached Miami, S44 vejes were the common and high school courses.
particular. attention to Corpontiaii (I I
t .. Mcrcantil.i; Real Ettaie and Probate LawOfia cast The phenomenal grow t| of this The buildings are large and well ventilated -
U rrbuell Build.... MIAMI. TLA.S j; early period has been .stained and there Is a competent eon

throughout the eight years of the of teachers A Catholic convent is to ,

city's history. :'t( he erected this summer which will:

_' \White Eagle Barter 1SbQc.. POPULATION ETC! provide Instruction for both sexes. i (I
Miami has at present a resilient population There are also private schools a mu- ;

,' Four Chars. NoWaititg of between 4,000 and*OOO. In hlcal l conservator". and art school, .o -- -- F' ,J"-

Best Service in the City. the winter months this poptfatlon Is that every edu .-Jonal need may be \ there 1* thus a urine of about I '00 one must cast his lot some huudreda o1 : ,

A. COLBY augmented by the addltlonrof=' hundreds supplied. There are about thirty i an acre which Is the cost of miles F.
ProprietorS I I I sheddla to the north, and accept the cold ARE YOU t
Stre.t. of visitors mostly of tn wealthiest flourishing schools In the county.
11302 T..ar'h I further north. There are ten to twlv that is part of the legacy of laad
r- classes, who come to enjoy the Every religious denomination is thousand plants to the acre, and th> where these th'ngs! can be grown:
Re11ab1a ideal climate and the finest fishing In represented and the following have fruit neighborhood *
: brings in the e Neither is this a stocK-ralslng country
Graduate- Ictae. I' the world. To arcommcxjate these handsome church bulldlngr: Pr sby- from 60 cents a dozen for Red a.,aa There Is a "bo-fence law," which I* s I GOING ; .

i w! c. MAYNARD visitors there are numerous hotels terlan, Episcopalian Catholic, M. E. tab to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rioos I great boon to the settler of limited I r. .
and boarding hoasrs, principal among Church, M. E. Church .
South, and The
percentage of plant fruiting dpends I :means and there 1* very little llvi' .
r, M.D, Neat Jo rurt-Offle | which Is the Hotel Royal Palm, an Im- Baptist. the 1 '-
!
I upon care and Judgment *x nock in the county. On the otbe' TO BUILD
1 r" ;}usa icttrttaly Fitted: j jj mense building. 640 feet Ion?: 800 feet SOILS AND PRODUCTS. erase in their culture, some growen I' hand if It Is dl'llired0 engage Inth.I > [ < :,

; ;t ii j filches, Clocks, Jewelery. des l! wide and five for stories SOU guests high, with bolder accommodations lobbies The principal industry n this section having succeeded In securing trop { culture of citrus fruits, pineapples,,va '
from 10 per cent of the In that i rlous
plants tropical
I is or semi-tropical fruits !
the growing of fruits I
and winter
rotundas, dining rooips, offices,
j' C.C.CARROLL.I;: : vegetables for the Northern pin tries. j the growing of vegetables at the season i If so, we would like to interest -
etc. It is set In twenty of tropical mar- I
acrep Lands be of the when all other i you in using the +
Homeaeekers' kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop, may purchased from f( a* year part ,
beautiful beyond description
\gent My list of gardens
, Th iD I but there are large I $10 an acre up, depending on prorJoa of the country are In the grip of winter
quantities of other
be There are several ot1 r bntols,
; City and Country Property cannot < j sty to road and this section offers decided advantages
shipping point. Good -I
beaten M to qual'ty! and prime Com smaller than' the Royal Pam, to be vegetables grown such as tomatoes, I Miami Lime Stone
'ands! on rock road over other ortion of
egg plant peppers beans, etc The within I miles r any UM : ;
:a'and see.-| Ton mar save money and sure, ret larger and with better service
I planting season extends from Miami may be had for $50 an acre am United States. if
future [Ifact1oD. I than Is usually found In:lowns of about i I 1 The walls of
II I Ift I October 1 "to somewhat less than that'sum fir lam -- --- a building
writing January 15, and the bulk
twice the size. At this an- I! constructed of his
?! C. C. CARROLL, I other five-story hotel is In process of of the shipments are sent North from :not Immediately on a road. The sam I It is a curious fact that within! a ;I II areFire stone ; a
.< Notary Public: er "ctlon. November until May. although there quality of land farther away frotr I -hort time arl'pnlr.-one of the adllest j i iI t:

k 214 AVL9.Bet: .StCWD) .U TnTKOSHUTS.aEO. The population Is cosmopolitan) every being practically no difference in the transportation facilities can of coors ,f i'ui-iit.-nan been brought t to

:) I I I State In the Union furnishing Its seasons! seeds may be planted or veg- be purchased for I.... The land is uiiromMng I .r,, or>'%' aa common I'n notlCf'1 Proof

/ An tables gathered any day In the in appearance to those arustomed in'rial! tinxiiett. but as an .... ('
L. MCDONALD quota of rrprenentatlves. undesirable yur
trtJ foreign element Is unknown. Vegetables are grown usually on the (' to the deep, rich soils o I Dangerous umiilation Is invented[
ClrU EnglLeerrr CLIMATE. prairie lands, mhhich are free from I other States, being rocky and Band liv its constant passage away through: I and practically everlasting

.,. .Yln...lad' SntxIlTldinr Laartt a opifciailjCOCbANCT from personal experience iWriting timber ant are composed of a kind o' vet result can be obtained from: I. l' the skin ant 1 In the excretions About I, After once up, there Is no -
:ear In excess of the I expense: of repairing or
OROVErFLA. marl. returns reailzw forty different foods have been exam' '
after California and ether 3
visltln!; sections
conditions Fruits I from the more fertile sections of UKionntry. tned by Armand fiautler and P Clau -I painting The first coat Is (
where climatic ( are are grown on pine lands I
but little
Fertilizer mast be used bathe mann, and in animal and more than wood
ARE considered at their best;; we fin unhesitatingly which are slightly higher than the vegetableprotlucts. while the! y .r
YOU> GOING ,i say that Miami haS'the most prairies, and In thj section very rocky returns more than Justify the eixndlture IIIlnf, 1?T, water, salt etc. !| j jPernHnent
: involved nrvf-nli was lound beans and cabbages I Ij
perfect winter climate In tile United This rock Is a peculiar coral formation t !
North or West ? : States Cold Is almost unknown, even containing a great deal of plant food, People of energy and industry an j alone showing no traces It !is especially Cost
aboimilint In tr a '" of Ash and ,
jj.. the slightest frost being try rare. as evidenced by the fart that In manyplaces heartily! welcomed and the country
I THE' The warmth of summer isteniE.rsd orange and other fruit treed are development being practically just begun
by the cooling breezes froroi the Atlantic to be seen bearing thriftily, though there 2s room for all to reap tb a fraction of a grain and this I is much less than _

Louisville & Nashville and the highest temperature apparently standing on a solid plate benefits which must ensue as the n I Deems quantity, while thought to be needed. ': wood. The appearance .to .T

recorded by the government hermo'ra- of this rock Being of a porous! or ult of such development Capital flni to he sufficient I much superior to other pl

t.' I Railroad eter during the summer months Is 98. honey-combed structure the roots of here most profitable Investment whtt materials as

L Often inexoclled passenavr* .aerulcr.Moderg HEALTH. the trees are enabled to penetrate It | labor Is In demand and well paid. Pee I the's

', tralus currying Pullman The city ranks among the firrt In and draw ample sustenance from what pie of moderate means who come her j Architectural Possibles are ,

+' sleepers,1! up-to-date coachfive reelming the United states In point of health. would appear to be a very unpromising and buy a small tract or land, make I I n I II Unlimited .

'. (hair: car, and dining cars Thar is entire freedom tram calaria, ; sourx-ek This rock, by the way, modest home set out fruit tree i. an -

between 'northern,and,,uiitliiT:, cities and there are no "prevaillng dlllE'a el". makes a beautiful and durable bulldln? while Halting for these to come Int I i \\e saw the stone to any

t' The flaest dmintjcar service in the Those ailments which are common to material, and the new court house bcirl" engage In trucking are, amost size. We have turned
i4'y Sough.v | all parts of the country seem to bei :and Jail as well! as several residence-- without exception tuccesefti 'I I columns and planed mould t

; AH Agents" Sell, Through Tickets viaL I i here robbed. In part of their, power, as In the city, built of this stone, arc And this success costs 1 lens effort! tha II? I'ASN'TER3a I II ings ,

I i they u' sally appear In a mild form much admired by all visitors ft &!w i in other parts of the country, whit! Broken stone for Rabble

p &N. I and rartsy leave the bad effects which makes tha finest road material In the i the cl'raatir! conditions render oiit-dor I I Walls, crushed rock for

$ Par Ratr, Schedule, 8leeptnge.enaUaL Car follow In the wake of like disease world and Dade county leads ill others 'work possible! every day In the year '=-:- Sidewalks. an<* A No. 1 lit

$ Apply! to elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diphtheria In the State In mileage and con with the Lealth benefits "* ni- h a I I Lime always on hand.

j b are unknown, while typhoid dltion of her highway : open-air lif, thrown In. At the sam I ,> tot 4ar ris

' J.-. M. Fleming. fever i* rarely heard of. It U a desirable The fruits cultivated are ;hlefh time, people who are enjoying aealti rMMwe. Nnan
'
; t Florl4a a'e.t Bar Anent tree place for those suffering from grape-fruit oranges and pineapples and moderate success In their preset '
4_' Jaeko.nle.rt ar. lung trouble, asthma, catarrh and Quavas, mangoes, avocado r>ini sJi-5 abode, had better stay where they ar ,-- '-- Offer-

: s e similar disease which art" prevalent lime are largely produced, but beinr There should be weighty reasons to IEfmenee
;1''F' t. 1 . . . In alder climate Many persons affected indigenous to the country, they thrive anyone to make a more of n*' I PIERCE &HARDIE

I Tt1l11rlellds of( Orgul1e4 Labor. with these IDa have )ome here with little or no cultivation. Cltrn< importance. People who haw mad

w. fapedfony request that and have been cored or iWaUy bene- tree require from three to fire years failires elsewhere are not likely to b I CronkhiteQuarry lii _

upon entering any ItorI to fttted. Of course this U not the caseIn after planting to produce fruit Pineapples very successful here. Intelligence an I 1

: maul a parcbue you kindly every Instance. People die here, as which grow on a plant somewhat industry are u essential to good fortuna I .... .
ukitke! clerk to show you: hIaUDloa they do eieijwher* els*. to country resembling the cactus, and which her as In any other pan of th, nsts IeUI fnI .....of..

,,u :; Car4. baa ret been discovered whit peopleare are propagated by setting slips Ot globe. I ..

r WCAJ, '771. Immune from death and disease tuckers bear fruit In IS month after It It I* desired to engage In genera j Co.r
Retail Clera' International At the same time, It mat j be bee tit- planting. In this section they an farming In the raising of wheat eon

Prgs4dte. M8oeIatloa. KIam1.I' tally said that th conditions tending. grown In the open there being no necessity cr oats, p achea, apples, grape, ir i, '

'I I 1 .1 to general bcatthtalneai an aa taror- : for protection from cold and other products of the temperate son I iI MUM!. jruoanu. ?

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; MJ Nunally's Wo is YourDruggist :/
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A feature which will be much appreciated After granting a permit for the erection ? I
CMDY.
; by the readers of the Daily Mt!'- | of a wooden structure-a 'uslne-i
house-{council: adjourned until tonight IsPu,
j iro.Kjlis all o"ir the( count' Is the Palm I : Biscayne
I at 7 o'clock, ,_ .
'Where People of Ucaih In-iia:iment begun In tixla)"' i I o *

paper Contractor Paul C. Jones Informedthe '
3 I
This aurk !id in charge of Dr. J. J. writer that the cunstructlui! : of th"I', Drug
p 'Moderate Means I jsca wall by the Florida East '
All of w Ui'fi
HaTH, \euran newspaper) man and I our Drujr: ,
Company I would begin this w.-k Thrwork ChemIcal. and -
H I one of ai Kn-m l If'tl1.d ability as a writ- I'
I has been held In aber.u.-e for ThsStort preparation. are 3 l s
Are MakingCo1l'i'fortable r. lit. will J:uliUe: have man' things ,saintar n a-ons The wall Mil ex has the Co.J. trcvh ==

; to u r methods :;

I'u tin. psi'Iiuluf the Lane Kurt I Ii I worth from the railroad Iri.ge: to a SOLE are commended :; ;,

Income I .,"<', !ion i |Kiint opposite the itbolic chu"d h. The AGENCY' C. Abernet bv. all! reputable. == .4
_
plivfictan-*
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\. III're i I' dally there, and
4 1 : mi pajHr ,dpnsmon j-horeward from t the wall -
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; I las the Met.o,o'U upphes lie data, ==
will be filled in and the general surface -
u | !lirralm| urn., wanhour., in ad'! I ma.le smooth and gently lopinK 1UWiWU1UW1UWWW WWWWWWWllh", ;

I| \ aiuot any oilwr paper .. hi h reach j 1\\ In'11 iomi>ltcd the wall sill a.hlI "

'Choice Properties IIS'! there II wonlil) -"i'lii that every onelinitrsifO I mm Ii to tie beauty' and h..al1hrulill'; '.'.
i
l in pulnii: mailirb won id 1.i l he- TUCKER & GREEN
.of that iiori on of the rlty'4 wantInnt ,
|fe ,,,inn. 'lubsi run.rsl .
i
fc JWe Have for Sale .; l\1' HarrU unl r. ctipi for mbiiripU I -r I I Meat Retailers, f <

the! delivered to'
I and bate paper| Another valuable Itul'roVellwl.l MHIII i iio --- -
all! [ihosi- d"-lnns t.: for the (-!"all mm /! \M rSTERN .
'j !h. Is'gun is the extension of the : i H.LTIIY. EGGS VEGETABLES.
'
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: of :. !! ii nl> a n)?
;J 1 I PU\ 'hg of Narcis-us street to il.< north .
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1 The Pul'I-h..rs.: r ,\ puue I) aiM Third streets
Miami florid
limit, 'out In feet Tins work '
Brick businesti block on Avenue D .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $6.00 rn a
: is outside. i o: tinMluine! of "t.'l. iriprokemeiit ,
. ... .. .. 1 .00 West 1'aliii K"'*.h. \o\t-nilnr 21 .-- .............*. . ... . . .
S lots Mid house .. . . ..... .. ... .. .. 'onll'lII/'at..1 lth' bondissii" . . > . rj
1 .' hr regular melting; of tiniu, '"111- aud Vr! Georire Zap In front of

18 Iota .. .. .. ij. . .. .. .. .... ..... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 nl last ni.ht \\ atr bru f, Then hose* in w block : he ixl ns:<'n sill! f

: .. . .. .. . 1.00 was a \bare iiutirum pri'.<'m. and. lifides run, will l,ninlon' iminii'" tin.:vht for.lIlIIH.nt M
f I lot and house .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .
.. Pn -iiknt Hiker who "ain
) to do th'' vwe at Mi- own
h' i 1 ,lot and house, .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. . . . .. . .. 9j:' .00 Miami; r"'I""bt".1.| l(0) win'. :tul! the' x'i'nse;! rei ",uins 'ndn th!o'r. tor in
i II
tumuli! nljojrn'! until intii.;h, HS hi ., ,
1 lot and house . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. :. . .t O.oo 'u,'r-. uliili hi t diHM .. I Itt\ Thi !pl'|'ron h to the f 'rrv latdmg :
had ma
fts .,( iniiiriaiii| is rarer this! lioi of Nir; + 'uiiut -
I .' . I.jI 1111I I'T iun-lil< ra,.on. In
$ !| to \I1I1l: ,
Fpm house and} lot Thirtenth ureet, modern ImprovementsA .f. M ; ri-inl it 1.:11: ha\.o.II.\ j I lw
I for all 4.&) ahu'nr.. ii f I"ro' d"nt 1'akt-r 1'r.- e
as houses anJ'fc'; loU, on Arena B ant I EUhth Mit I tin I I1'iull. and tie:I ioi''nq'lae'I: : '"..prnr- 1
;3 f houses and f iots on TwUfth street from ll.lno": / "' to .'. . {"1.f"1 ilini\ pro f HI I'.IH.-II took II. ih.tn mi'ut will aid linn h to the i unfurl. of
Fourth atr'''t . ,O.1.1.' and tu<. mi'nit, s nl. p1..lOll.. maim: .
; : fr'rithe
I room hOlth:1\ :: :. lots alit 1 bearing trocs HIP I tl"oiisam-s who :"IB< -s to ait
** House and lotIOn Fourth street near A"uiue n. . ,.. . . bO.O'1:; and .p|""' 1.11 in <" in:" a. rr r"J. ID. ;( l<.rrd(...k. t

1 broom house ind lot on Third ftreet . . . . . 1Ofu1r. IK ,,,i'I and a ,nipt'..1 "'
. . . 'i.5'; ,'p 'I"i I \
-. Brick bWllnUll bloc on Avenuj; D . . Tr..1o"thwar.l.! vtemlit g i\i"
:r : . . . . . 2f'n'I, 0.' of the 'ion- mat wa-, a,
0. lorn .
;' House and ? lots on Fir a MTU'i. for ;11t : it i:own th" Ka-t Cois1 lia set &i. Rre.1:; ,j jisf :
<. .20-acre oranc* and grape fruit grove toar Cocnanui Grove . . 3,100)10I to I the |minimi off'-rt-d! for tit JIICHII 1 I rs at hut'Is and' hoal .lin.,: houses l I .1

,1.. 10 acres, three! and toe-half neared bearing fruit trees, near Cocoan t.J' I i-tiiic of shy bund-i. The iiiiniUH- stated ,, show this to be true. Arrivalat the : i

& Grove .1, . .. . . . . . .. . . . . 220000 hat the aitfplid bid i>f Sicbold\ Hotel Semlnole ) E'.I<'fllay wero quadruple :

-o" acres Due farmlc? land at Cutler . . . . . . was a little !Ie..!> than lII 1 3," 1 he l.or.1'. those of any day for several pat: t :

:J;!..,. ..,S- acre orange' and grapefruit prove at Orange Glade . . . 6,01)000 rwlon rends. "a. little over 1 III 1'i, weeks This is not the tourist travel- i, Ot't this Buck's Trade Marks, the same as the other f

( t. Two fine young orange and grapefruit groves on Miami river with making It bulk premium. of u-.n $Oi hat has not yet set \In-bm consists tit i, )'oungladies., and get the Buck's Junior Range :

& ; riparian rights ft.OOO and 5.00000y on the i issue.Alderman | arrant swallow! *. homewaiii-txiiind! : in i our show window.
H . . . 1.250.00 | :
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Avenue
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;,. House and i 'Jots on Seventh blreet, corner I prospectors and homt.sp..k"r : .
-ind lands from $2"I m an acre up. 8irkin railed attention to .
c'
i )Mae farmln; f rus fj
.. 'Several furnished houses to rent for the season Call and see us. the fait that the retiring clerk: had Firming .operation! in this vicinity )I ; ,'

'?\ i 4 tl 1 1'f failed to lOOP) all ordinance padded are d..layell. \because of the continued : t ( t

; during his tern In the book of ordl- bad weather and for the same reason : '
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!", a -; naren. as repaired by the charter; andIt the fisheries languish Notwithstanding JOHN/ D. ROCKEFELLER 1 11

'I was ordered that he be tequlred j the untoward conditions lalth is :t

i 7'(: i I to dQ 110 It Is a question whether the !strong and anticipations of a prosperous \ : ; s not always the money in hi? pocket I h 1

t ; 'SPIERS & MERCIER old having clerk received hiring his retired pay and froM the office surrender winter llOulII-nt-. : pay for what he wa ts. The business ,

of his bond, be Is, In anywiseamenable ; J
.i I ," Halloween'! passed with characteristichilarities the world
would
be
;;,;; Real I to the orders of the council and metamorphose*-misplaced contracted if it was

.(: Estate and, Insurance Agents The clerk declines to say what his signs dismantled gates and obscured for credit. ,

j I Box in or UOOH Avenue D. '>.': coarse will lie. windows No casualties occurred .

""': ., 1 FL01l---1 il' s and the police were considerately You can furnish your whole house with
A r'r
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t;::..; Yu3u. The matter of amount of the lleeowree non-observant.
'Ii.',.";...'" '.. for bakers was informally discussed 1 for small weekly payments and not feel .
""' T Htf' that of "cru Storm noMce from Jupiter from
and laid over, as was

: : Riparian Right Farm Cheap? elty to. animals." based on' a case Inliolnt southeast lower East which Coast may or may r."t touch We charge. you no I interest for the ac- is


the bay, IT pAIIesomth -- -- --
:I have a big bartrtln in an improved place. right; on ------ - -- -
:: ;y of Miami, Mid one mile below!Cutler The :arm consists of 'S'"acres> "FOR MENTAL ANOUISH I Mr and Mrs A. B. Cron. of Pine ] are your friend---don't feel any hesi-

; iftth of 450 Avocado Pear trees :10):) Mango Island. Minn, rrVulst winter lesidentgj I
.*!*, or which arc improved a grrve in favors of
ti_ lea from 1'1o 3 yean :.Id. and a liege variety of other fru:ti<, ..consisting. By Delayed Telegram Woman Getsj, arrived last night and wen* to the' :; asking us.
J ;
iiivas apples, sappa-dlllo. figs, Passlan mulU-rms: And a Golden] Balm. : { Everglade Hotel until this morning ;|
.:Il.t'ofIDles: ;: <( sue .
IQ-_ flower harden. A fiur-roOTit.I ..,se. and a twosto: i-t-t'. .. .: :| tro'h"n they vent Into one of tluir owii | :
,nice
_r,, v** has two driven immps a ci:tern :i" an o'l..n..ell. Will sell exceeiltnpv: ( A Lancaster (S C.) special of the : ho'ises on Fourteenth street. The)

zr ? cheap. Write to the o...uer. i;'I";fJ hut Instant ea>'sAn :: t tame hv' ft I ouls and took in the Fairrey 1 I'y
.J, ." J I S L. JEFFORD8J-- | intere, tini. rase was tried her-J are both looking\ unuually! well ;

.%: 'J...... Ii. Cutlerf,9a-;, | > esterla" In the Circuit Court It a'l I but glad In get here out of Hit di->apreanle I, 1 'Y

S T an a..tlOIt' brought b>' Mr. \\' Alu.unI ] v *,her which has ahead set
1'r,.' . .-.-.- .- .-- -.-. .-- .'l Ruches; of Heath Springs; against the In out \\'es'. They note with aton'ishment : rr

,a d I I Tnion Telegraph Company, the great:; Improvement made. I
{< @ .f.'! + \\estern The Dade
''1+ i. for failur to deliver a telegram ithln during the bummer here County
I H. been enll.tteri time According ---- .
i a reasonable length of
.; Thl1 't'S h to the evidence, the ,ilalnUf's National BankOf
'i\ ; ; ont ern ce:14ed: brother John Hughes was act'(dentally I The first Furniture

t., been iaar.lledtrt killed In Florida the 18th of last December Miami I Company
,
<, ,I I t I! and at 12:30 o'clock r !M on'i'[ HAS UNEQUALLED, FACILITIESFOR

;' ,,' ;(FORMERLY TIE PIONEER HOTEL. .1 l lxt that day his slater !Miss Dora Hughes, | THrt: TRANSACT1U.; OKj I
'" .- :h g of Coleman. Fla. delivered to the de- j AI.L BUAS'HES OF LEGITIMATE House That Treats You Right-
I E. A. FOKSSELL Proprietor, sent'!'
| i' to be
P fendant company a message BnN'KINUI r
'.1 !:| i I i, RATES FROM $?00 UP l to plaintiff ai Heath Springs, apprising! j I M. BROWN C. M. BROWN Jr.

him of the fact. !Mr Hughes however
OLDER THAN THE CHINESE
k 1 ("ijei} Ltiu 1 innaoA: enue B. t!I did not receive the telegram until about I I i 409 and 411 Twelfth Street- lG { '

3 I I I MIAMI FLORID4jl; 2 P. M. of the next dav too late for him I I Older even than China the oldest- .. . . .' . ... .i . t . . . . .

.... :. . . . . f"' to reach 'AII'mar. in Cn.: to attend his I Ibrolher's {I I existing nation a-e the cliff dwellings

funeralThe 'of Southwestern ("tilted States homes
-T1* --
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
brought under what Is I
suit was
'f'
A-.P . j.II I . . . . known as the "menial anguihh' art of ''of a race whose very name has periheel I :
1 I from the earth Explorers pU7.1I \
,
Corner Avenge B ani llth Street. the Legislature and the amount claimed I BIDS FOR LAYING |
;; 't i zling through': the Mancos and Casa l I'
.: : I : oc Eighteenth street, from
damages Groceries
: 1 THE In the complaint hv way Verde Canyons of Arizona ai.d New i
ij* ; avenue as shown by the city ]
\ war $1 .wo I Mexico hafnllnd the houses of '': J
c'f i G. A. MULL R. Proprietor. + that the delay In west to Avenue D. thence on
The defense was ..
J .' i strange .p >re! In the wildest and ,
[ ue D to channel In Miami river,
the delivery of the message wa'fMue to .
Inac..lhle or the mountainsides
R : ?1 the innluliu! )' of the defndant Penman most Did, the cliff dwellers!] antedate 1! received by the City Cjuncll al I'That are not and
: !! : I next meeting November 3. 1904. pure fresh ate dearit
S"-N I and It was further
find the plaintiff:
CARLOS In
of Ezypf Were theyof | We
g. "lalmod that even had tin message the pyramids Inhabitants ''(a Council rooms. : any prre sell our goods at suchprices r + .
relation to the enable
Mod early .. ..- t .ro'. lx't-0 deliver'ti l prompt!)'.plaintiff could I Pr
: : of the land where the Nile Is material! ; work to be done under before they have a chance to ge old. "
eat hate coached Coleman In lime forth
*
to
students prepared
Some
pod are
: supervision of the City Engineer fs
: IOtKRl1! Open aB(be year at 2.30per day anti 1 up >>{1 i funeral on an mini of belated answer both questions affirmatlvelvand '..lIn2' to the plans and specifica! Hence we always have
-, ne: i' Special per wvek ui Comnirrctil ylym.n t trains! to give what Is to them abundant
Large SAMILt: KKiMS Jj| -to bo seen at his omce.
.., 'ALlIIlIIftl The jury found aerdl t for, the from their l lwrecked tong- I
? The pottery
(flu Box C6S. Midol.00 Flwlda : .I proof I !' :fled check for one hundred Pure '
Pit Fresh
I
_. ,.i, 1. 81-- -+ ',H ''ilaintiff in the Fiim of $;/*1I homes sng"ests Egypt. andthe and
( dollars
: ( ) to acompany each bid.
.Iry : .' . -.-*- . t similar
I few ins riptiotls found have -
I ral.toI'Y bond In the sum of two
:
> \\j; I Baltimore Sun IDem( I : "It ... Groceries
says .
The Mummies
!ions I '
-It. Migae t and fifty 1$-50)) dollars to be : : :
4 ;.. what a small change in wrapped] In cloth feathers from the :
"tt' u surprising | ; ,1 I b.. the successful bidder. Work
.M .. *.. ... t. .. ..--4--t.-. I:
si' .. ,. ,.,. .. M M t i I the popular 01. ant In past rlcrtions breast of the turkey. have !>-en dug finished within thirty days after Let Ut Prove Tbi Statement -

.i-r.t.Accommodations" 1.jflrst cla LI, Fine View of the Bay 1 i I would have changed the. reaan even from burial p'aies among the cliff" .! ot contract. I To Yon

I when one of the candidates had a large and in lane and hair much unlike the .. reserves the right to reject VIf

I 1 majority In the Electoral College For Indian of to-da. there is a hint of resemblance and all bids -

: BAY i l I i I xample In 1RXU 9./MWI.II4M' vole! wereI t. a more Oriental type If I JOHN B. REILLY, t I

liTIriE VIEWI I I 'a"l.and' a change! of about T>.'IKVO In the t'litf.d..II..rs left any desrendants President of Council.

I! I 'I Jew York wo'ild. have elected Hancock however re mot". they were doubt| .." S. Frederick, City Engineer I '

I i .t. 'n 1S"4 nearly loOOrtiKiO votes were the Mokl acd Zuni Indians who re l Per E. S: T. Magnolia

: oat. and :Mr Cleveland had a majority sembllng them In habits and a 4 pear I! Miami. Oct. 25: 1904
ij 1 D-M CONNOLLY Proprietor f >f :37 in the Electoral Cortege, and yeti sore are their closest kinsman -Chi I I'I' | I i

change of a little more than r;,i"i votes '' pego Chronicle I \' ) i"indedness! Is north! earth- Grocery
c t 'I' I
4 '!'n New Yorkwould have elected --- blindness

4 Ito ermtu1 FNr a Opoalte Railroad Depot I niaine The f'f'IIulof a presidential! The wind does not whistle through, .. money must be measure! by the f
r I'' election" In the past has frequently hungon : the barn that Is full of wheat CORNER FOURTH ST
MIAMI .' FUL : a few vote. In some State and that A man cannot have his Interest itsin kngws nothing of a reverse Co EET AND AVENUE D .

k.T ,. a+ HlNNN1N IMt .<.t.. ...... ... ..., may be the -ase this time." and keep his principle clean. MIAMI, FLA | fu

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r i w: F. MILLER G'I I

M. KING

I I (Sueettten M Edwin -Ntoua NN I


Undertaker and Embalmer ij 1\1THE\ UNDERTAKER d The Hudson Bicycle. ...t


'1300 Avenue D I
4J3---11tb Street. Phone 25
,, '' t\\l! Is Built to Ride. '

--, ._- The choice of professionals because it is ;
-
if rue The K E C. fly dredge at cork on ;Dr. EV. 1'ugL! reached home on The bteanu r Martinique Dillon! master tilt Best wheel ,

; DAILY MIAMI I METROPOLIS. the new shin hannelmifapla itssina STJiesda) from Nt w Yurk1\ hf "11.11..1Ihls morning for Key West made.r

;>...t suera1 weeks In a piiicrailuatijiiiirsi and Havana\ Ilh a heavy freight and 1905 model $4Doll'l .

THURSDAY NOVEMBER S. 1904 O M I Pace. of D"'lray. is a visitor in Hifanon- n: siituiiont of fifteen passengers) b

-- t-- lit IUan 'oda ria! utjffMi

t i MAIL SCHEDULE. I ; I'I'I FOU RENT.-My cottage at "Coral
\
Thro\Aiv\ Yoor Old
Tin-: had 1 -athT of the paM few days ; f -. I-til.i lui.in 1 I 'Ld: Mrs '; frags" on the bay In the Brickell hammock Tires.

North-i !la. |""ii' a l ller' nn the ,bonding .r,' ""Idll"i< M i u | i\ai- 1 LlunIW(1, Furnished or unfurnished. Ad- ; \ .

work and operations about th" city. :, Lou, +e fin 1'0 ui'' tnilistr} .' t win ntabl>-' drew \\',. i ::1"I 'uk.II'! 'I/O the Rj ;end 111,ikl- till) ':II

#1: 9:66 p. l to.I I I I(Hmrrlera UII tm.l. a splendid l hill 01! tin Mrs. Margaret Arnold Groom. go.1! .n IKU \\'(- .(re O' unit Ikui!':t

I for the North r} Chttb! Uleier and J Mummer Smith tare, I, --- 111 Mi.imilin 'lIklni/t.! Tir 1
'
6:16 a. tn. of Jacksnvllle, agile among those ar I -- I I[ Sheriff F"hock returned. hume thin .

(:16 p. i tn.It ruiin i In the city this. mornn! from | K>.|M>HS. rniin tl.. faimiu sci'nousrr '' iiioruini aff'r an absenie of itn days -
luring winch time he took in the c.ar-
;; the north that ild'i.a,"- ti login( tad other The Hudson
I m\il M ,Jack. on1 le and visited: hU Cycl Co.
larlv M'p'la'(01I I lij, the ri-n-ii. lams ,
i par 'lil... relauxes and friends at St
Chemical Co tied
TOWN TOPICS. I Virginia-Carolina s 1 WIIK.S h.'f'r) liUit and that
I 1 1005 Avenue D
all Mar)' Ga. Opp. Ullcndorff Block MInmII:F
best for
I-*, % "" complete fertilizers are ill roj'a mi i I i- !11 .miunl hate hot sufTIIP aOQOOOOOOOOoQOOoocQoOOoOoooooooooOoo

i iti.Bt C. (rowing crops. Endorsu bj the best at ail. II.!.. most" iif the damage '' I II II

fimall Hall's In condition I farmers here I The quail shooting season ,j on and I
tare good tverj tall. ring <.11 ...* UK mil I -
: Drake Produce Co. 'I bird are said to be quite plentiful but "
sale chepp At piy io< E. 13. Douglas t-t-s-tf "
: a as the woods are full of hunters the Fruit '
:The n.,'"'inK' of "i'ie' Anulhefh t'ros ; The ; Trtp I Chowder at Hlnson House 1'riday. Gorge C Warner of U-on\llli'. I supplwill not last 1 long. It.s to be .
'bajJ" r, I ni'nl" l l.iui.httr if the OonI'llidi.i -
0''<< r'pr.s"nIing the Kaitrle hnvile. is hoped that the law as to the number ire you ::",n-: to plant any Meet ornuiritas
i h..H was lallcl, for thisfifl I
pAttenUon j is lalleUjto! the In... plate .. the city ,.oila. > in the iutir -! of his allowed will not be,.. violated by our I :: : 'h.s season : Now la the >
.
( >riiimii (b.I'e.I ''.t |la.Ilan-.1!| l until *''" .c. '
j> .tale, near Cutlery') adv, ..-iH'il l else- htel neat, 1uicJ.aft'tiUNin abet it will people.,'*""' 'oc'-'J 1 Manufacturer '""I'i-: "' i In"> t.o t Write us your want( g...

ere: in ths 1'II'IIf'r. '; C" o'1"er !Ie fo'"wing: :
"- lie held at the residence! of Mis. C. D. ; }
1....,; L r \\rnor \\' Red[ Spanu.i i>in..Hi i'le FUM, f j.- es.c. ,, Loftier The postponement was made 1 i (J\ .
ir knights { I HIP trip trawl out '-i ihr-' h.i.:.In J thousand of them
'!i?' Drake Produce Co : f Jj(' un' tile la in the city today oil '.. >,' "i: "'..r ora', :e. rO'lgh lemon and
\: :
'
..- I IlllSlllfS, ( .m. inloliata! hto< ks-all tli,, most ,

;and Mrs K J.i fJMaxwell are now ''I The cost om machinery If it I lessens I'-ui' '.'l
e I In the Hegaa'cottage,on Four- \\'. liuilil!. .Ir., of the! aMilitorp office the of PJ\i;: ''I Tf'-I::i-; TAO hundred th.jis-
;" f expense producuua.
Ittfatreet.lJ ''I(, of the F. K:. C, K> with hiai'iuuarters; The tame argument will apply to a I 1 trnilj;1 ruimla, \ aneiieas, fine v{

_ ot' of, -- .. --- in' .;.t AuKivilnp. Is imonp the promsut housekeepers; buy the "machln- ,I'r. It- n... ? r r", a' A Navy' I le- w

.fine-toned piino mil.. 1.1home nt MiHoiin iLi- it.\' slay I er> to run your kitchen on the 'I..51' 1 '"r ,th j ".ir h tter ;get;; jour or- L"
living In. ;; <. : :Mr. J.: Vernon iWali-t} speda! I .
trtLb : ; ---- representative least l amount of time and labor; I r mat 11I11.' 1

ifo '* Bush & Sa'fford_ Piano' Co. i i'h I Virglnia-Caolina Chemical Co'*. of the Pena Muinal :Insurance it's economy.Ve make a specialty | B"'DII', P-l'\! .<;, -We haven't here- .

7 S I special bran 111 for special crops Co. Is in the (city and will open| up an t of kitchen furnishings and will I "afore b.'. n n'.le! to grow sufficient to eni.ly }

It* Hallowe'en aortal given Tuesday I I t-t-s-tf Drake Produce Co. office here ard W Key West. Mr Wallis b>- pleased to supply your wants the! d.'inan.l. but bare a nice l

it.by the Aid Society. of tae Firsts a wide a.take Insurance man, and along'! this line Our prices are the ; loi, this season .

ocUlt Church netted about $2 fI.lM 0. Rtv C. A. Fulwt-vl officiated at the '- those hating business in his line will lowest I O'sESND: ORNVMENTLsl0er
.. >!J. !''A-'Worley, of ttelray,' who is In do well to consult him befogoing I
: baptism of .J I edge Coi belt's little daughter fifty thousand fine field grown, grafted
: SALE. city that the lands there I
FOR reports up
Lillian Jeannetelast elsew here I ,
Yt Sunday at roses. One hundred l and twency-
: gentle pony,pine yean oK at 4 j'4 ten inches deep In water and that I ...
the home of Judge and Mrs CarbettSt. ,- I TilE i varieties selected especially for

bln's Harness Shop. I Augustine Record ees the rains let up noon It will Mr and Vrs E. H Douglas returned I Southern planting Also a fine lot '

lake the planting time for the vegeta- RACKET STORE
i..4 Ian night both In excellent health "i of ornamental shrubs hedge plants :,
I
VO. Temple and family from lit The IIKh" catches the past f-w dags fflti growers tome late. Ho' 'eM-r. It is They purchfcfed a larger an.finer,\ !' A.rnnrl). near. W, H. CIIAILLt"' ns' l and shade treei T>

manes, Mich., arrived (?w days have been ery light owing to the jmWy I that the rainy reason will soon stock of dry goods milliner etc. ( LlprvKH om..'. l'ropretoa.BUSINESS |OUR 19(15! CATALOGUE gives descriptions

to mat their home her?. They i bea, .y weather outside, and which has plover and in th*' event the land will than they i lave ever carried before, I and prices of these and many t

In .home Jn the city. tiff out In time for the January pi ant.It 11'I11"The Ideal" will be heaH.juarters! II
to lnvit a kept a number of the crafts hound In more trees and plant and contalaa

port. '.." which _will._lie-the main- crop. for lovers of the latest and most artistic -I I valuable information. Write for a. t

WANTED.-Man rho understands ---- ,- The local Republican Club held alattende dress copy.

i work M. L. Burbank, Miami.I 6.000 two-year-old' rough lemon treesat '1 meeting: last night at the -
I, The New York Herald arriving today GLEI ST. TART ICESERIESQ.
bargain One to and cne-half
a one
titr building l'h vice-President
I Wi are In position to fill your order Inch stock. 1,000 pomelo at 2> cents '. ,t:4i: e presiding The. meeting was for reports the departure from Beaufort NEVS DEALER L TABER. Proprieto.',

y for chlcketta, eggs turkeys, John P. Toms. ijJ S. C.. tor this port of the yachts Glen St Mary Florida
of final
purpose making arrangetfemta r C
8. U. Campbell A Co. 'Tamp, Co oanut Grove. Edrls. Brayne Ball, master; anl Novia,
for the State and general elec-
Richard Carney master. It Is probable
tfcp next Tuesday, and several comJffitteea Take the Boat.
,- ; The tug and barge for remtn Ing the for this work were appointed. these boats will call In at Charleston, Big

XTPar Mad. W1Loa & lumber from the stranded bark Zion : and Jacksonville while en route and ,
-&_ appropriation wa also l voted for
.. ashore off Fort Lauderdale, a... readyto f. will arrive here some time the first of The CLYDE will make
regular trls*
t riving| returns at the club head-
r' irtx-eed to the wre ck and will getaway next week the weather! being' favorable dally to the Beach tearing the SUM
qjdartera In the Fair building. Outsideof ,
of customs
|W. H. Harris inspector as soon as the weather permits .
ibis Dock at 2 00 p. m., landing at the new 1r "
<
the order of business was routine .
Windsor \
Is at the I
[Miami. sojourn'ng i
ferry dock juct north of the jetties,
f t few days on hU fray to St Louis, I Mr and Mrs. J. A. Dann are entertaining I, IThe | LOCALS. \I where every f'llitya furnished for w'good
f't first National Bank
(. -Times-Union. their mother and sister, Mrs. -,Jlilzs Flossie Corpew, sister of MissHUe r bathing aud the Beach being aa-

's, Sarah E Dann and Miss Ella F. Dann. Corpew, one of the pouplar Or Mla.tiiLS 1 4 I| tirely cut off by the training wall from .,
Hlnaon ,
House Sunday.
Stew
M of Kh.slmmf'P.fr.. and Mm Dann alto r' Headquarters fancy grooMiea, traits "
ajd valued teachers in the Miami pub- ( ATTENTION TO ITS the treacherous current from Norris 3I
'
will be held at the Baytlst have as their guest Mrs C. W. Jerna- ]Ilr i ,'"bool, has arrived In the city from STEADY GROR'TH--COMPI.7 ENT I IICC, at Wilson It ""e'a_ __ ? i I Cut Inlet there Is none of that an._- '

on Sunday add the rongfega- gan, of Lake Mary, Fla. \ 1ruhe and will make Miami her fu- :MANAOSMENT: : AND: SCBSTANTIL = I I Is your sewing machine out of order!, I I' tow which makes sea bathing so daa- c.

i win find a pleasant surprise In the tie home. :Miss Corpew Is at present DI>ECTOR.\TE, THEREBY Let W. L. Danghtry repair It HI 1 gerous r

i of the building, which has 1 have a few Real Bargain for the the guest of her sister at the residenceqftJIr MERITING THE CONFIDENCE knows how. 1005 Avenue D. No channels to follow com over; M

handsomely finished and enlarged Homeseeker in both city and country and Mrs! J. A. Dann, corner of : OF THE PEOPLE. -. ,I long walk! after you rt there, and fi
I 'Nr
C C. Carroll the Homeseeker's Agent, Atenue B and Eighth street hut In aft FOR SVLK -lied 1 Spanish ,P'neapplislip ':
; office Z14 Avenue D, between Second "'ONLV2S'CFNTSrORTHEROLNfi
PUB t WK1CE: ROOMS FOR RENT ;I Mid T! 'rd streets days will enter upon duties as a \\'. B. Johnson, t.yjeral southern ,

r Room t, Hatchett Building. I l9r'i\': at Cliaille's agent for the German American In nr- ;:' H'Pke :I'lo. lie Co
:
i '':--. j. ant e Co.. Is In the city and w. being _n I TRIP. 1
Mr M Ioor". of K. V \\'e.t. n NJ has
IL.Johnston vo hag' leafed his shown about b>' fo..rk. S Morse !')('al Needles" for all kinds of sewing! ma-
t lieea \iMtinj her, d..' el-wh-ri in me First National Rank :
iFoarteenth street residence for Jhe agent for this iompany. "'). bines: at \V. U. Daughtry's, 1W&_ArenueD -iTAKETHEBICtBOATs.Youngs' !
t f'l'o, was among the passel i 'rrf. '
f'Mason n for a handsome'price. will t Of Miami q .
I turning', tn her boa in the l-i.-'i., Citj away1esterday
k.1 A horse hi'ihed to a wagon ran
,
'another house in Nin h, lLLOW
: | :3 I PER CENT. ON SAV-
1 ICI the *!" EI: 'T larl""I'I'I"|' HIM nmrii- \ a'ternoo. about ". o'clock;
at of The Ru'hfrford.<< :
) ACCOUNTS MAKE) LOANS
i Ing ., on Avenue I) and dashed towards the
>: j.\j. : fGS ON BALANCES AND:
t'>TaIl Soup at Hineon Hous%\, Tues- SIHILITY rl\r. The animal was driven by :.a
i' '> Mr rind .Ls A L :Morrow', prominent small boy who managed to turn it Into
; ,. :. 4 DOES S'rRICT'.Y A RANKING
_I t"<:' people of Portland, 1iwhu, the unused street in front Of Rose's
\ BUSINESS.
".J'aDd, Mrs C.F, I11ngaam ff New spent last season in Miami(, ha e returned Stone Works and where it was stopped!

t'Cltjr. are spendipg a few days in [ and nil! again put In the I white 13r' without doing any damage though
Orange Pound, of Barlow, with
urine and are, guest i>f the I : :ire for I the "benefit of :Mr Morrow's and daughter Mrs. Theron considerable excitement was caused.by

... They are eti route lot' their health, which was HO much improved the animal in its mad flight. : I
hltlfe spending a week or two on
home at Mlam1fTlrnl'lll'lplon.n ; last season. i'. '
r I at Cocoanut Grov whereth I
I Otto R Kerchof represenJng theBond
th!; preparing for their future
II)fl 8 ThlrtyUhousantl rough Talk to your neighbor who ha w.tU ; Sandstone Brick Co., lor Lake. ;
hoSt. Mr. Pound says be hat a fine
seedlings, pentllIII st low V.-C. Tip Top. before buy mg your fertilizer Helene Fla, is In .the city in the filter-;
grd S of Avocado )pears, mangoes gua-
Ceo. P. Bull, Ojus. Fla.! est of his company. These bricks are i
Jeg c
,. I vasj (times and cltnis fruits seine of
'. .' -" t t-t-s-tf DI die Produce Co. bandied here by the MfDonalJ Later -
\t -- ). wblth aft already bearing and the
"' Echemendliv:. the handsome ("0. and the Biscayne Lumber
Bay .
.- \, plwas In the woods when ii> boughtIt :
Ling purser pf the Penlnsufi'fOeeldenUl ; The boilers and machinery for the F &: Supp'b Co and ire line looking articles
I t ttree years ago, He has In mangoes '
Steamship Company's IE. C Hy steamer Biswa\re which has of the brick kind. Tt..y are
tulgoba Numoer Eleven
the } Philippine.
fir',. Miami Is sioppiqs st the l ben undergoing; repairs all rummer. I! toL..rlll and other kinds. Mrexpects mad l in various colors and are O especially

r on Dill way to; St Uiuls. MoSttuatloB for front
are daily exported down from St Au adapts finishing or
I'O td to quit railroading In '
Unlo:1. j : i Kusune, when Iht'1\ III "be mi-tailed! work
t- I E. al.6\\ t a year and pas his fut-ire daysunis
.' _- and Ihe IKMII made ready for serfce; r. i
l until June 1st ,, i 1.11"p. ,
: I, Ihoti;;h for i ist what pnro.es the will I 1. B->n Frnn'tlin.! the wnuM-br suicide
tent business;man %. p Wild, i
.' *,v used is not known i i gJJttgratulatiouM hate been [xiurliif and murder is rtnorteH a1* holding

).Oty.. Mass, l : ,' ___ iI I II hU own to-iay. In his Htnirp'.e! with,
r I In thIs ..>e.: ou Mr Harry Sirkln. aver

("" I I' v.-C. Tiptop ft'rtl"zerhp brFt on known member of toe Sirkin Cu ,t< forget to attend the meeting ,,
cmt I I earth an 4ne of .he popular young; buslues: chance of ill* com.ng out virioriou. -' J'.i :
Ttor tonight ati the auditorium
: t-t-s-tf Drake Produce Co.i i mrbf this city. Mr. Sirk1'1 repartees 1 A guard from the sheriffs office! Ii
forming athletic I
e i of
an
purpose the North about two we-ks I Itc with him and as soon as he N I" a condition
foi ago
called I Pharmacy'A
will Le
tioa The meeting ;
be moved be will \\f takento
to
stated his friends tha t
and all those who Considerable speculation is llng Indulged an4it was by
7:30 o'clock, ] :
.. the Bounty jail and confined there
in by 'he "Outside Board" here hetftas off for New York on a business *
t the roll as charter mn.b attend.ANTED.FIRST. and:: at Key West as to what steamer trip But hr came bark last Frida i until the law has taken its course with *. iit.

to ; I Ii i the P. t O S. S. Co. will pu: on the morning. accompanied by a l.fe-part I him for the murder of Rosa Samuels! complete and carefully -.elected ", tm.k We lmour. !rugs: in

CLASS BOOK- ruu tills sea-son between here and Key nenjnucb to the surprise and delight; last Sunday night.Business. small <|uantics and .often so we can ah. .i\ li.ne them frf"'and 4p

with Al references, desires West In connection with the Martin- of H his acquaintances A wek ago pare. Our cu.>tf>tnert.{fet the boiehtof this ;rind arc alu 1 j\s satisfied i "y'

TIDN la Miami [after November ique and Miami. One report has it ).et4trdar. he: took a;; his nife MisiIiiliaJEdlsM.n. House t;6 SQtut jQne! erin', Qnb

Address J. E. H, Metropolis. that the company will put on a lake of Pfllimore, a charming -

''Jurln: steamer of great speed and '>bung I:1ly who has been <. friend
For Sale. : : : fro; n eQintiu : : :
wai reported thin morning ]!that tomt>rt. while another has it that a of.t. family sine chlldbo'i-1 Th.

f Government workmen to erect; the J tong Island Sound steamer has been ..erenwny was performed in Ja<.kxonvill New building. with solid glass -- -- ----
at the soda fountain creamand sJierlietH
telegraph station for signal rng ;ed. while still others say that the a>y Rabbi Willenberg Mr.: ant : front Situated in Dania. Fla. Special Saturday .
afternoons and evening.. P''va v'.ur iitronayc[ and ail ,
down Steamer Sbltl1e<'Ol'k. on the nin last Mra.' rkln are now domicile 1 at th
Florida will be
at Cape I Good chance for party desir- always endeavor to.ee tha' u ? the best in our line i:
will be returned here. From ) Ie bu* will '
I the ISth and begin the erection season Semi begin housekeepingjust ing to start in business For '.
lima. This station will be of other sources It li said that 'he com- M soon as a cottage can be obtained. x
further particulars addressS. : PenoMI AueMioa Ave D. lee Doers] Nortt( *f Pm 01 titt
benefit and service in signaling pany has not decided upon the rteamer1 They hare the best wishes of

jala.ft ;which pass close la land, at for the run though several' are In a hoe| of friend for a long-ar.d happy G. ZIMMERMAN. \ oval te .. prcscriptiiM \V. E. YOUNGS : : PROP.

I o0rt lotof south. i I view, ,.'married life.-Tropical Sun. Dania Fla.
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i US HUNTING. 1 1j I .. .....4.+.4&-,+'-4-3 .4dLiMN 0 414NN N,"

.I j j jo J H Was Cutjto; Suite Many kinds' of Stuff Dade F

: *J tko -Utilised:.j Brute'In Africa.Are Taken. and That Suited Him! I are called I Copt Title Insurance.

!;ft,
A hunter of b>::--Farne' ill Africa and as a result 1 t\'e are

I-dtes : "Hippopotami' }huniinj*. a. now working ii ; Stable ManuresDade i and Trust Co. of Miami F1a.-kI

a rule; i* nut ixiilin;:, ivij't: fruiii Farmersand ,
1'u'' a canoe or Ui.it, ulure the animal FOUR MEN TAILORS County I .

{ has a <'ham t. of mrnni !r the tal.!..-. o{. Truckers
,! If 'a tleariM\ i i I. mile, IK- till'' in order to keep i ahead of t, Paid Up Capitol. $50.000.00INCORPORATED. Surplus, $12,000.00 :, ',

like a rln t ". '. .'-i'! I K-j... :1 f, .-. '.', our orders. All '. iis has *
Sure Need the Best ; Injures land titles, pn>\\J".ea abntratcs of titles loan and tmesbalone J
,
blef. .I
-1- on the -i.fi.ni_ iiii.'nii/! n >n about <
7 been brought by \ on its own arrount and for others Acta as agent attorney-la*>j J
fecn 1:11! In- ll. =
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IxlK_ iiji', h.. L .:. nraMii f.i..r In" i the satisfaction w loch foLlows Composted and Well .'.J/teo .I t tart tnistce.Addresa assignee all communications, executor receiver to or guardian. Vi

Om.in n, \\\\\f\"t\\\ :: i ,Ii 'J i]
jj work.
our It can only be had in one Ads.: Bi. >\ 1 ; Miami.E3. .
of lln !'ml!.11 if tin )'n'i iblo.i. ;If way 5 e\\l S. L. PATTERSON Sec. and Treas. &&:$

? is in"J.I '111', -L.0. A i XV. GMR.A.'VIiSSIfclhpreJ r .- "'".# ....,. I' ...tI....... .1..t.N.W > *

'. .Jd:, .. un.IK ur <. H .
to any station north! of Miami fu.V. -\ ton .\n> station ,
,on "lIi'orl'1: \\.Idj' .. ,.. .. south of Miami $<5fi C) a ton.

Lit "l1 f I r:gui.Z.n'at ;.1 t '" \Ve rake Pantsijto you'r ________
L :... ; : Watches Fit for
he Ihob6mg[ \ :; "n" .1" I CALL ON HTGHE.S & CO., a King.
n&nI
dirt-an or 1'40'11"1', 'j 1 L.' 1''h:" I :. 'ahure
\Vho handle the :Miami tdc'! .
r I
ble pot i" the Idol:', .':ii It I I- .., I
c1 Tliablt: ..0 far -H'I: -hill. 1.1., : G. B Stephens agent tor Lilt-! ; River. '
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$4.50 =' 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO -
a.ull.. t in tin II' IH'I..r,1 l I Of til. : '

tk eat will -.Ttl. ?'ill n.:' i itrill' .

z h- rrI '| I" -"'- flirt hl'' .1 ,

0 +6, "%1'hiu Ml. I 11 III"I: IOU tin K.I; ,i anti a Catch4uitas >>jo.oo.1 Jrf
an
BCtualof iruii.' t':11: to ll.Ttx! 1.11'pcil"'tall'l
low a CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNhtia\
:
1r..' fini'ii| i.vtUr; but 'r'I

after i'1>ii I u.;., -l I i-ni, -i'M cal time-- ,I If yc.u dc'n'tant to S\VC; M'\h.1': : we cu1'thelp O't

{ tht-\, i-.lieil'| HI a Jill;''o "u.imp, to I It $22.90 M>>U. I If you d<>. entnv toDONALD $1.50. 1

{ 'the norm. wJiin- t'ii!' m'\, ; wato I ...
get at them '.\.1-. l 1..1 poll;: t ,.iiioi"-

through :ibndt :i ill :i. i>f ri'idand! CO.
I i' E\ery Witch Guaranteed.
narrow,'cliinnii'-: \11.\ bike like I IY fLadies'

ptc-JWi} njii n \MiiiT ill Lit '.. r they I 'YOID
14etiuarantec our \) k or give _
'" hied retired. '1'IIe mi'v,' wc'''
1 .iiio-s '
!hack the lid for it. 'Yell f1f
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nukle.
could Jctletl' money you -"izo open-race I :So.OO- 1 '
ofcamin
djyi'iit'-. capable -r.r.,
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q La *: cot 'I 1.111 t three men' 'I open (10'f'?
I
J f J. A. WORLEY Ladies'tsiie( gold tilled hunting.e 10.1)0) tad!
narrow, '!. rin..n and I : .
= Ttry Iu.hk- I In"-i/e gold hlled I 150)1 I..:
pitched with'hiiuii' of M: top joukaf 1 : if IIq.Z"1.| they The greatest bargain ever offered.! One 1 1.1:1. blue white diam

stink like IUITX.sd.. a- the place l for only. $l(5.yo.Clyatt's ; .:
was full of rr.K(41]Ii!,... \\(- had aINars h I Cement. Sash, Doors,";,Mo :: T. : .:t-.
virHALER.
0 j A spare canoe al I'.ind Uo hunted Magic ftity-I builder Yequ res at lowest'] -H.
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them fuccoi>fiillM'MT...! times i in -

their rwamph." Drug Store.: I I

t, Being useful! n>- bun! ':5rr'a meat. Yon Know Where We AreSouthern- Stable
!
-t the big river hor-os tern hunted

;W mtematically. The hunter, Mr. Je A. BUTLE $ M. U.
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500 Wright, sari: "All!l the fat which Proprietor. \Ii
ire used for Railway s
y4 cooking! w n< proutred
from hippo. We had to feed from "'.1 ZrrJCTlVB: MAT.29'i904.' ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. ,
Drags Patent Me1 ij Toilet
es.
forty to fifty nat \t'l' Tiling on the
t ray nation during the ruing when Articles. Sundries perfumery; Dally to the.East I.o.*) l: North and WittJ4.Sp I I i I lea.lx SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY \ &\

try' grain and native foods were dilli- and Station .Jartanuritk ., "N,
t3} ib.Ky acL7cMnjIlrI I d.Iry-7sA, HORSES
u. BOARDED, CLIPPED
Lr Jf. 1<0. KTSo. 10 Mp Lr.lc.OKUa. .. ._.. 80 AND CARED FOR. \ ,
c' ,tact JO get, K that a hippo' even if ,Only Drug Store In blored Town Lv Sat ap snail k ... R; IStoa Ar>>&.'''D. (.... -H.Ky Ky I leap SOIWC4 *ll
3 he weighed three tons, soon disappeared COR.ATX Oi AID 1 .: STRUT.Wt. Ar ( aluuibla. Mo. Ky 61.Ia'ArAttanta.t.a' soky Aare', GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION.ti\
4 eSa Ar Hold.lie.. I
Charlotte So.Kyfo
b 7n.
<> Kr ;
WI into biltong. Hippo make \, iirvu.bro .. Ky 1 ij"p A' Dalton 0* M.. Ry S -I ri.
splendid trails country bei!' H-EPl'BUf"At,1 Ar Ifenvllle So. Ky'lop I ArCuait.ua.r'.Teuuoky'I' I 9 E. T. Proprietor/
a ro s i! "AT1n *VT) CONGRESSIONAL .4l"xlI".n.I\J' \: 'lkC 5. CLYATT.
-t hl'f'Cn bends of the river, and! the I' !ij UKET. Rlchll"nd So 11}' >p Clntiniiall.! .Ohio :... QAC: ,1 .y I.I.AT ,' ,..

natives dig round deep pits on For PresidenUM Hector: I I 1.\ Cluchiuatl(1 Bt I*. FouI I I fe 4111Bit. '. .
I.> ntu u.ua f I.J j Artubaf.,, ": in || 7 I'*' i I Ir"h..I..v"
; these and cover them with branches j C. F. BUFJI' i1\ % '- *> II\'j i s'q' I.. I'iiu iuin.ri7i - flt.v'--k"; ' 't :and earth.; The '' Ar .\M..itlini*>.i ...i. I.) i .:?M ."f'II..4.. 111 I'.Lu.1 I T"IM l MEYERSContra fl
hippo traveling
; GEO. K. P.OB SON. ._ I
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I .r aa'tim.re .n. "I'RJlnl.p: i., <',u .d..III.1t CI\UI:4': ,
along at drop head first into' Ar I I'tnlad-1phla I ..... i'I I |
night GEO. W. Hot tES, ., F RK\\ ita f' "I jf < _H R' 7 Jl
.them." : _r. Y",1__< _ L t'HAI) -1 ElectricianLaunch
R': G. A. W. WENDELL, I > in 'm'ano 9 1' c t i
_ I :-.. 30-""...htDull and H.n.ll Li.llllr I l." .*rTi ,Injii. n. i. Ii &I HI 1"- ng
.). f ,I A. M CUSIV\N.; I Daily" iillliiali D,..''mg) Room "ltt|>in4 I'. .rYutk \r_!r'rlndt! \I.n < II & IM I_ iLrkamtl'It :!!'.. ;
Intuited. .. !New: Lv I IDiultl! Or r L nrr''' a g
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Sand1Dletdet I I mi >l 9ry'
For Congress ; : 1 Supplies, .
=-- \ I'l'tHtiur" I'* I'll 1 fin"-H 1 'I'i'-I -fJ
A ti\ abutyr -
f tioft. Cljjdi't! mme J, M CHEN: ?. I "
It'I:i lit I, IrFour Hattcrics. Spark Ctlil. Ctc. '
-Uie QndJlo; : of llit ttiuurv 1'1Ill.J'chis I Tnunih'ThrL4raof-k' ) n"I lrl'r:::\1uiu BIB; r ir : t- *

d,XK in for thtft.:Chupon tREi'CBLiCAN : .- .- - f-. I ,by; -o K) | -. i '| 1113 .\\nuo C Miami. Florida- Write for prices. ']
; pn-on I
t STAffei Lv. a.k".III. C,'. iir: !I i'..I.p\ | *' i"x'' i<<) Ky l| -.)p.1r
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indeed inxcterate thef and : TICKET I. I Htanntt. lta ; ...
r3 was an I ( o'uirhw.) M. ;:: \I:; I; ;:::;l _.U. : ( i L't _;..7 erAI.tIr
e :vas apprehended!> more than once. For GovenjSr! : \ N. (' p...I;<'I, I", 'I' '.. l\-\ 'Ih I ,' Hi"111:., I.,Illillill, I>rlO"lll. .
M D. MaeFAI.$- NE. \ i: If I nut.p'I\, | 1 :;'". h:) I -1' ".n'u'VI. tAI., .. .I.h| .,..yf. r.i'i Ii i.!Mliuili' BITTY '
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$ ,.. BRO
I t'inunu'r Ti-lo. ruP '' :( u l.krontulpt.ttl Y"r. }
during
For Secretary df State: u .10<'.'........ ,... I.;} 'I ". ...'.. -- .- .. ..- : .
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+ a met l"eln l'>at, rvxolutionint and'.communist JOHN F. HfSlR, \ro' in,IKI. Ohm. 1 'l. t'l r :-'ITII''r. I \n.t. 4 1( ;4'
I For Attorney-ffCceral: 1 .... I'.djYuln.n. I'r..Iih. //1: .
+ : who I wa! generally 111I ? !
yf i&RLY. i..II..I.I..I.I.M ,'" Id'' 1'I"'en J.-h.dulretl'1'; IJH...kr.illMlU.rU; ,.. :1'----7..1' ;
;e I. pri.-on for tome political offctiNe FRED S. CU !I Intl-. ___ __ '" __ .,' L. J. "It. C.t -.. ,i. I i III kh Machine Sho
'or Comptrpher: \r Mr-un. "ar Sit K\ :1"i + a
As
q ;: political rri-om'rs were genirally \ AI'IIII, in; ....1/.) 't :. il.Ml .,
+; .* sept to' Sic. Pilairie and as ('ha- J, L SKIPPER.For I Ar.\\I.. hV I *J I"World's
,
irmlni.litlil" s .1 I I. 1114'IrllruqL
Vr < ) I
4 poll 'was ,a "OlUl'Itat pretentious'' State Tr ialrer, : Fair Tickets Tc Ion |n"1| ...I"| .
and well educated hat E. M. BREI4FORD. I Ark.'n-.. .f"I." 5-
person, >up- St LoBjsLKoi Sale > 'I. ....,.h -. I.. Gasolene and Kerosine
on "
posed that lit, too, bad betn sen1 1 For State Superintendent of Public ,. II.', "'"11 .r\ I I"I'I Engine!!

I teneed for some revolutionary at- Instruct;OD: ?... 1 I.. "1 1,, rlimil.i L'n' I'ul.

1L. t! tempt. :So stepping ,up to him, he'' W. R. 0'Ni:4L.: L Repairing a Specialty 1 l <

t ; eztendtd ibnth' his hands and said,i For Commissioner of Agriculture: F'-.r I :: I I m. -
with a tr4endly (mile: J. S. ROWLE.Y. ii I iHtra1W.grlr' N U. n.irl.l.i Liiuilnl I,' ') l'. II''.
Io l'li.s..l III:11/Marl '.
r : ,: ; :;: : :.\ GENERAL REPAIR WORK. tVJ.
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Commissioner! *. m Kau-ir C'y.; M niplll- Kiruini.Iii'i "I' HI.IUM I Inn; il.iC.il.ni.
offenders" :
ftJTetir | For Railroad : : ." ,
political -
Prom lain'iuuirt-e.-r.'leel/, : *. ya -'. *ttal'badnand.I l I niAliiuinl I a I"
> ,p ;!-, 1 beg our, pardon' citizen,"said i .- ::"' -." H.T..RITCHIE.,-;-,,. -- . .- :-1101':> -'i sr\: : 'r\Tii: STREET MIAMI FLO
*" ninirun and look-j Fnr'Jnsttee I II of Siipi' 'm ':OouTt for Tn Round Trip Summer Tourist Tickets now o a sale.I .
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; CLD3K District Passanger, Agent, 103 W. Bay dt :Jacksonville. Fa! -

W. H TAYLOR Q. P. A.
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I I'3.:H.. HARDWICK.: P- T. M. BROOKS MORGAN A G. P AI' F. W. HAHN. J;

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I' Atlantic Coast Line. Architect and Builder ii;!


Quickest time, most excellent net vice .North. East and West via ri""
I I ti"" !Ii\ii' 111111'f; th..I.t 0',1
'ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous New York and Florida Special. dr.lt-nlly" in I1.;' '"o'h..Itt'I .1 'n Bitter

solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping: Dining and Observation Cars prrl'.trd| 'Ii.in c ir :'or Jiirni,!'in;: [pad!
lectric lighted throughout leave St AuguMme daily except Sunday at 11aM. .i'id i'i'! Iii I- t tf :...ill Inii.'1 M l.-: fine c.ilu; !
1... L', I .
art
",11' ui II.\\ h.adgit.lrtrr
l ., arrive New York 4:45: P. 11. following day.
t tin d mk. -.r.:1:1 ,,
"ir in w iiiiyr and all :,
I f Limited, carrjlng Drawing Rolm. Sleeper and
Florida and weal Indian .
ls' rk 1 uut.i.!!. i1! I'n.: ;in .1 l I'II<"T il.vss!
Dining Cars, leave Jacksonville at 9h: A. ),1. dally, arrive New York 2.00 ]il.iinii' ;': null. A'ra

P. U. following day.
Chicago .1 1 Florida: Limited, solid Pullman train of Supers. Dining and Send me your order for doors and win- '

Observation n.ra. leav!i Jacksonville d:1I1ya. 9:10: A. M., arrive Chicago 40"P : dow frames ballusters, brackets etc. .

)I. follow .g uay This train rirles St. Lolls| Sleeper arriving St. Louis
and be convinced MIAMI FLA
!"lJ5'P. M.Dixie.

I K-M-r leave! Jacksonville 9:0'! : P. M. dally carries through .. .
sheens to *'h raeo and St. Lulls\ arrUlrg Chicago 9.16 P. M., St. l..oull

i IM A. M. hr>-11 S ,,,,,ruing. ;.

The quit. st !Hi>c n:> four and OD*-half ho'lrs to ("11rar.. sevou hours to America's Most Perfect WheiTHo

A. ...,,,ta, "..' ininir to LnntcvllleMACE RFSERVVT ON1 PROMPTLYSEABOARD
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I*' t'she het Long jP vine, and itTM I For County;; imm Den: .m :E.aeyc 1 "

'sumnistd consequently that '1st DI trlct'"HAJRY, RICHARDS
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i there wsUoine element of uncertainty 2nd TMstrlct & C. HAIGHT.4th I *

=k 'f in! the iPicmew. On her return Dl! t.Tlct.lh{ J. PECK. ilitierI fioin tin- bii-yclf. Pushes:: ont>fourth' '*

the Tn.ibter of the hou-e 10quirod .th Dlstrll't-w.ii-fER WALDENFor Air i Line i RailwaySavannah. if

: ; Members ot i cbool Board: p.iM it'r i :iiid i is prupcllfd' the same way. ,*

I rk; ""Well. Bridget who! was it :?" I let Dlstr.ct-J'-/r; ZIGLER. : FOR
The loss; the friction, the easier! the : l
push
+ i i1j "It wu a gentleman, 'ir, look Ind! District $ S MILLER.3rd : Columbia, Camden Southern Pine+, ,,' ,:I
.
ing for the wren,: hoa-e."-I'hila- District! -& F. ...OU GS. Richmond Wa hinnton Baltimore. The Racycle lu( less! frig tion on its 'rank Bead
.t: I : .iliinh, > ,
c' delphia ledger.Doubtful Ind For DistrictJ Justice the. GOOD Peace:!:. Philadelphia New York- .:. than any ot1 er i icvrle.

0; Compliment. :3rd Dlatrlct-{ rank lD ER. I Two Elegant Trains Daily. 1ft

t First Artt; t-I I ret'f'in.,11I l inapnifi- \V. PIERCE.
Jj; 4th District- I :Ph1m bia
:
Seaboard Mall
skill the other Seaboard Express ; .
K : scent tnbuu to my :, 5th District C. TASK R. I r

.1 y :y. day at the exhibition. For c stable: Modern f Ptil'man I Tquiprnpnt.daly .
Second Artist Indeed! What ,
DUtrict 6AVID McCUNK.4th
:3rd:
4 was it? District -t.t R. FUNK.5th ONLY LINE I have an up-ro-dat( plumbing establishment

7- First Arti t-You know" Well is- 'I Dlstrlctf1. H Burton J3'ltth. ti-'iii serer! ; fro 11 IactsoniulelGlplle7rlorltanS.\ ooiinection with my Bit-u-le Kmporium: aniVl
Sea ?
tun, "A Storm at a -.. 1) I
man and his wife were viewing it, For full info-1'1 icn ....I t sleeper rt>*ervations., call on any :agent of th prepared to do the heat work. Call and see men,

and I overheard the fellow MV : !i Simpson Flow 1 cry, colored, WM Seaboard, or write

t .Com* away, my dear. That picture!i;"hanged at SNarn "fort Ga. Tuesday A. 0 makes me tkkr!*-London Stand- white M. j.
for the murder < .' ard. Cree least JUT.I S. C. BOY LST >fv. Jr.. Pass. Apt.
I i ;.:::n at Briar t
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STDAI9Hi Article XII.;- StA-ilun t-lmrvajitiic- UMuiiuunium ,
cuuiit> laX fur public freArucle f JOHN REWEI.I law the Meet Satisfactory Pietur IN y

t .choul" YES -- ------ 'III R J l' ;CK. May B. 8-Mursd. S 0 H STILLS I ." ATsIl'-Um .\\D GGS.' 0 '

't' "The sort of clothes worn by a v 11. .
the I l M9.
All &-ctlvll s lin-HNKing ___ ooSS'/Dlit" 0 r
DEMOCRATIC maximum cuuiit tux lv>i I.LJUIIV. free For CoUnt I'ommiisloner :Jlh; District: person when posing for a photo-( Co F__. +

pt-Uuoli (\ ote for one., has a deal to do with )
r Nu irrjph great ,>MSvS ftM &ft A6&S&S6A&S&S S"WaveriyHouseSSr'

Ann;!I. \ S... tiuii 15.-it ibli-lunK: { county i: I! TVEIDELI.4VAI.TEIt the 6uctlas or failure of I the photographer -
luun. I"ud ti'iiiif: in* .1 J.., ituictiuu.iMQuintih -- -- in "
-- .. : \\ Al.I'lN. securing a good future, -
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ady the Names of; the Various I' \ I.S r.ir Me 1 }J-Ur R.: .etd 1'i.lilu. In<''''ltlon1t G vl yjtt
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1 Electors ., Nod la. I.n eiu U'Lg .Ie.l J.. .U.'wll. l .i..9S,.. for one< '::in-Kiit ill:w't 1 be made to take well
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be' Democratic, Republican, So. .1 ua./[".. .I. ... ]J', i I.a.a -i- 1.1": i r. f .-i' to '!b.1.. "\i. it. .\ n"trftl.l !:

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alistand Populist Names to be asrlupt. U.g Hill.. .1' i* .l, Si.; Uli 1"1""*.i. ( \'"(,? t or.iiii .,.'.r. t., ] h"tuL.Ilfll., 1'iirji! "l'* wh"11 made
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PreiudentlHl Kl"< lorsJor NO. ____ ,____ __ \
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I i, ousthangfl.g J inad.clion: of Circuit : )h\, pbut'ur.iphic' process.M .
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v t ).It r.13 in pionoiiiKid/ ( filor I. IOS I i.jhtb .
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,. ABNI117.y.l'rr :_ -- f j --- ,i., ..INIIIIIIIII-I... i it>ii Inf 1001.r.(n mil.it-..tH it .v oollI..r--u'e o i i.i, i" r..uty u- (.aro-n.-,' e i- it ',>un-il>!Ie fur many: giiitiii:1.( '' j'lu'n' hlmiilil! lot !L.;

F. B SI'ILIN: : t -- ,,'.rt- whir' mill-< or ii- .ril ur' i"tibif .. ra.ar..I, I, a-.I the ,aliI(' cans. \/oOr.I. ;or tl.* n,..'!'it i, .Kctod!, fi r"in Hinson House r
.1 llnuon nf .1.I rk 0 -inif'ottl'e .
making tl!'i in -"ii i.riit n sprit, III'a\' ..1to
.>\ tiling nilof p' .f tt': t)1 ti.li.f e * \ rt C F ll rTl M. 1-, I' .in.! "I"| ri.l l t.*i mi f r '. .11'1- "' ih-I spoil' a'I'1 ii in;';:it It.lt'.i!' |mil' luii'.
tt and KIIIIE ironM hot s'* w ''v Fin '' t
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+Ina tiioii1ES -- .mo ;tio ,ads ent of Dr. KmNw WEEK. tI' l 4th S' Mi.-n,. t-.oili:3 f
GBfl. V\ IIu I.N ES '! r ,, H'H'lIt"ry' fur ("on .iimption. ("ought. apt to iii i .1- .t "iirtrili mil}: I.I'-C,
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.. .. ( ; w.l f.l i'i:'; -oil lad r -
d I I l.eord: "* Ch-iiiL IT 1 T !1. i of :S sums i in- 01\\ irio
(It A. M Jl'SI1MAN. I IJ. uurl-< Ii.mum.Jnri-(l rllon of Circuit Ir.I, xul b.bel'>s r. .,,1IOIi", I" .. vear' 3
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j 8 tVII1TNE:r' I'l'rn\liifp! fir ilir\ and term of offji e of 'OIgeFi In. | I,.,i'i'-r.i'i' d! 1:1. tor 1 llli art I.-
r Judge! *..1 I irv of Juil:jto !be 1"nd 1 t.>' Cam l'rht'tol'r :'!as. !Is OIL 01 many | Come and: See
t E. D. BAitKFU, Tit I ly'-l <'hll and riiiiii.il Jill l...ltetou, ofnirt tn'' |i.I' : t-in t'll.r i 'irr.1.1:!,..1 1'1"111 Us
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L' JOHN M STALL. .. { are : i III i;:: i I i'i.:.V--: !harp, t
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1 U. F.. ZFLLER. nhrr.roiirtn nf re oil Ale *...tabI *'.1! I..i all Tn..i! I .1.1 1 I.uru'i'aa I..J I.L! I1'.d .
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AE IJ U.F )!! 1oA all ilru-. 1", 5"iin. '.
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ruli-f of prit-t ro. fir rbrge'.rBonne | ti..u; \ wI.1, :a \l1"n.11I1..lr- ',)J\l': softl.ni _
-----4-- and spi.i Iii, I. I in-, fir eouitB of .! $U T'rla) l olili-s) frfLiti I -
'} + DAI'I. L. M.If INNIN.'t4't record-Miv tie ollBlod by 1..1..1'11". rppon ='i: ( 'n -oiiiPthin i :, of lli..t firt I OUR STOCK IS

ALO.NZO 1:48"-11'. petition -- -- it about h. r nick photvT..pi! j ialw.iv Flu LiDe of
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,e I NO. viii; niter slay small IIII>H' ,pnl;, -IIh; th.11I1 ht'll bhti Hardware t
THO8 R. WOOIIE.WM :
.\rtl.li- II!!. 8. citnnJfi and Jl I H"p<>.il' ,'.ir., a t ; :.lT l to'l l.lr or -totk ? SASHDOORS NEW AND of S *
I Inc fWUnn of Artlrle VhfARdnet r I and
yp: R. SHIELDS
).?>*xlil' and loril, T" urn rnnm"rnt'v1 [lid UT A SICK n.y SINCE "\1; <,1 i 1Ld-c! thiiiL'-:: !l..:ve mentioned I.
(nir miinlripnlltlfTi Into rlin n. pio\M l
hlp to a photograph COMPLETE
r | {give Farming
uniform .00..I..m of EoAommont f 'r pal h
.In..nrrnrntlnlr( rxlxtlng muntrl" "1 rigs taken severely IIkk 1\ th kid that qnahty which c.iu-es a womanto

-Repenting--- Section- -0- of-Article- -VIII.- -- I nay trouble. I tried all tort of medi- MU it I i-n't inlirj.lv' satisfactory, PAINTS Prices Im I i cs
J a .. YES. ..E. features lnaliu are Low 1
? thoii !h the
... Article III Section' y nn<1 ?i 1p! n I''intro_pone of which relieved me One even :; :;
In Sortlon R of Artl.ie l VIII Airilnrtfineclal \
I ueeJIt'llt.killcd: jihotopapherjknow
-\ and mini liw enumerntwlDvtdlog day IUw an ad. of your Electric BltI. -

nninlrln.ilitl into cLunv, pro>WI- + IP-B. ail determined to try' that. After the-e thinj-; and try to have
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Itepresentative In Concress. Second uniform n\ntem of government for each their avoid them but oftentimes J.
ncnMlonjil 1)Mrkt rtvlncorporntlne i-Tl.tln.r mnnlrlmlltle '.! laklnjpi* few doses I felt relieved and customers WATSON .
(Vote for on.) Repealing Bivtlon t of Article VIIINO '' ( persuasion is useless and
soon thereafter was entirely! cured, and
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II then the 'kick when
t FRANK CLARK conies proofs _
hate tot seen a sick i day since N'lgh-1
shown that 'there is +
W. B. WOOD. For Pointy Jndire are somethingabout din
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:! : bore ot mine have been cured of Rhetimatisfil. -
(Vote for one) it I don't like.St.. Louie -
I,' JNO. )I. CHENEY.r Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney --- ---- --- __
A. E HET8KR : I Globe-Democrat.
trouble. and General Debility This V7'e :
I -SZandOelitl.; !
l is wba4.. F. Baas, of Fremon, N. C.. H. Shaved For Grose.

[ > Only SOc., at all dniggiiU In the old days of Bangor there Oliver Typewriter.

't > NAPOLEON & BROW ARD,
F. M HUDSON I was a negro barber named Hansom (

v It. Ii. McFARLANE.. The," ew motor forge of the United vhx! > was full of patriotism and Iou ''I

!" -- States fenny Is a vehicle twelve and a of liberty and who warmly espousedthe
> W. R.
HEALET. For Vote Member fnr of one House of Representatives: i half fv t long, driven by s J4-horse- I cause of the Greeks in their '

v N power r SUsollne engine and carrying oil struggle with Turkey. His enthusiasm '.
._ of State GRAHAM : KINO
Birnnry! for tri -ellintg 390 miles at ten to twelve hut to such that Because it U superior to-
| (V>u for .MM) | at grew a pitch i all oU r*.

H. CLAY CRAWFORD. H. C. HOOD miles kta hour. It l Is fitted up with a j I he announced that he would devote | We are selling them, too, .

J. D. PARROTT. W E. OI.ENN small -;Machine shop blacksmith! hop )I' a day to shaving for the benefit of |I A, our price and terms are ...,.. If yoe

and Sadler i- shop, while It tarries j' the Greeks. The idea i took, and customers want a good marbice! let us tell you

-ft* JOHN F. HORK. For Prowcutfn. AttornejVote ': I pare !Parts likely to be needed by alight flaked in by the scores but j i "I about the k' 1

rr r ( for oneRORT > battery on the manh An auxiliary when they offered payment the barber i i
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Attorney Jeurral.WM. : : R TATI/ : engine on one ride operates a dy- de< lined], lie had given notice I OUVER

(VGte for ODe) : namo, athe Mid grlndstone.p \ he uoulil shave for the benefit of the ',

tl;, H. ELLI*. For r-li-rk' of rircuU (Court Greekhe. aid, and "d'xer 'p'e I 'i

f fl FRED 8. CUBfeERLY. Vote* for one) CONSTIPATION : will '!l.ike pay when I shore for dt
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I R c. mRprmvM I a 1 benefit of do'! CrwkSo; he shaved
"M. C. GREENr I
j.: : I
j E. JONES. Heal is alit-olutely lmpo"ibli\: all bj for uotl.iug; affd probably \ nil" Nine shin his hen aJrte.1 to ;i
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felt comforted HfLI'rwardfllh the
f\'AMMF. (oni'tlf tlon be present Many serious 'r I''n! "r! tn"I't to stilly, the +
r Comptroller: c'Fo. J I
TM* for one) p- -- ia-eg jw liver and kidney coTplalnti thought tLlt! he hail done something M''I'.It.: r a first rlaa. r- /!'air shop k ,
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haml-onio aid of the Greeks.
have in ? <
.kl?= C CROOMI. HfiriinR from neglecti-d .
-- For County for Tretlaurer.Vol" )) I c mh a deplorable cond\,lion is1' Lewiston .11111rll.ll. \i!: ,',' (hit In"anl.ect! 1 t" li.i .
( one
J. SKIPPER.. i __._. I II f .
unnecessary. There Is a cure for !It. 'I (hlr' ," M .i| IIIt"'II1: ; I'f' are
t EMIL BROBEROp I C II HUM f I"SON: Car, led Out His Thrust. .r
<-- -- Herbi@f will speedily remedy matter at MinrTI a ?f
JTNK: M. IIO iTlr An lri-1 'tLYit:: who h.ul Committedthe
1. __ ____ (' A :jLlnilsav. P. .I.. Broncon. Fla.! t I
(' \ l"iAS ''f. theft rlt Fehniary 12.:! 19')::! !
CommlssloDW of Agriculture: 1---- H : "Having1 .
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(Yo*. for one> -- I tried rftrbinc, I find it a fine medicinefor : several uatihes: wainuth aunmt J

I at night b\ the clockV por-uteiv LOFTON & EINIG, .
,. 8. A. PETIT For Rh"r1ff constipation">c. bottle at RedCrass "
: (Vote for one) feiarmacy.Hapftnetw "tick, tick, tick, which his distorted Successors to Lofton ft Johnson. Oppo-lte Post Oi ee. Miami Fla.
f B. K. McLIN. .
JNO FIIOHOTKH I imagination made him behest

,'. L ROWLET was, "I'at, Pat, it was you that stet .
T FERRIS.R. Is health of heart the watches" e -

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State Treasurer: I. STEPHENS Pat threatened that he woul")
t y.
at. for one)
''ff E. WETZELt 1-- 1 JgNELRAI/JIA. !. PAINS.Kheiiiftjulsiu break its buck unless it desisted, but Do You Intend To Build and

: : the clock continued its steady "tick'TIn I

<;:. WM. V. KNOTT. ) 'u. '!i.ago ant! siiatli palrt tick, tick." :,

':J '. :B. M. BRELSFORD., I T. N. GAUTIER yield Jt6 the penetrating Influence of a rage he leaped out of bed, SAVE MONEY?

J I. WILSON. I 3allarlB( Snow Liniment. It peoetrates seized the clock and hurled it out

Stale SuperinUndent of Public In- : GEO COX. to the! nerves and bone and being absorbed of the window. The clock in its descent -I INFORM THE in whit all branches "f the Huild- .

for i I Onto the blood its heading struck a policeman, who in' .
(Vela ODe> ink/: T de.. are rcpre-tnteJ TliemcmlnT
his out .
yelled :
yr." WL K. HOLLOWAY. For County 8..n''or.. propetfles are conveyed to eveiy part "Oh agony\ou've broke mback !" I .. of thi. a**...Hi.iti'H. clieer- I tits ty =
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(Vote for one) jOBO. (i of the gody. and effect some wonderful C
3. EMMETT WOLFE I 'I II "Och: pure" pays Pat, "Oi toul.I; tractors hilly will tnrni.ll plan., spccifica,
L. MACDONALD. 'ures-t-35.; ;0c., and 1., at Red CrossI'harujcy. "
I Oi would -Ihibhn Journal. tionand estimate.. Aililres
)( ; ,w. R. O'NEAL;; you f
J. friVINO GORTON
i
R. E. RE8LEH I What Th.y Thought of Him. A- Contractors Association t{
t-
Shorf prayers bring quick rrturn-. Ion
For Tax A."r: .... A membt of a professional dramatic MIAMI.: FLORIDA
I Of 8.preme Court for Term of Biz I (Vole for one) I ICEO. Ii company' tell this story about yw,.
BET LINIMENT ON EARTH.
jTeU for ) 0 nt'TLERn fellow'
one actor
a
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R R. FENW1CK TAYLOR. U Hl'OHES It secnn that during a tour which
",-- .- i i Ht'nl): D. Baldwin, Supt City Water

at W- _H 8HEPPARrf > it .._ E. F. .CARLSON ._ \\'orkt| Shullsburg. Wis., writes "I the i compinmade through the British r RNER-- I
; j provinces a performance wapn COOLEY- & H ,
nave.. tried l many .kinds of liniment, but n one night in the native town ,

11 Vot Jwtlces for of three Supreme) Court"* '; ,I For County S"l'f'rl.I."I of r.iWlc In ha\' 3ie\er received much benefit unlit of this actor. In a discussion of the

THOMAS M BHACKLETORD. j ruction(Vote for: one) 1, I iJljPd Bollard's Snow Liniment for fact, not long after, it was asked il S f The Real Estate and Rental Agents ? .

3 t; t I :'heuniatism and pains I think it the the audience had given their fellow

J. B. WHITFIELD. R E. HALL. nit Street. : : : : ; : Opposite: First National Hank.'IE "
; ; 1-est Ijnlment on earth 23c::; W $!. townsman a proper re'eption. ;

:ROBT. B. COCJtRELL.g. S G. MERRICK. I, .it R.C-Cr08s( PUarmacy. "Ye the he i
rx >, was answer, wasgreeted .. .. ._ }

1 0. FARR D,D WELLS f- with round after round of ""'\

1 A ; is always worth forpettinp silence."-Harper's Weekly.Dttsrrnination. .
8 ADAMS. I IEo wpinR - --
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For County Commissioner-l. t District: The<5ballow head soon sets rore
yy;) AXTELl (Vote for one) .

I M. K. JOHNS 1 *rHED CONSUMPTION Obtaining an education or winning DOANE & RAULERSON tlE.1LERS

.- HARRY RICHARDS. .1 I scree-s in any field is a i yie

V.1... 1 1I.1I MrLyt W Elpar.alpr Kan. lion of inttrril energy, of enthusiasm INBeal

Railroad Commlsstooer: I I, *.rit"* hMY husband lay' lIck for three or of unfoldin.nl! of power and

({Tot for one) S For County Commllllloner-nd District; lonthji The doctors said tha' he had is the development of push sod! il.

[ \ # JOHN U MORGAN.; (Vote tor one) ulck'nsumption.. We procur
ij H. T. KITCHIE. I I E. II. DIMICK. |I IP of;;j allard! Horehound Syrup and! ,)f an\. external influences. The peo and dressed poultry F.I R p..llt.T R Attention E A T .r. I: e k
c. C. HAlO liT. who attribute their want of
pie sueess -
8ILL.STT i -- --
X C I 'ur him That was !six years ago; -
--- to lack of friends to them
help
.lne'l' hen we htwe always kepr a hot-
,
I IVol. their lack of education ab- J.9acceewn .
)II or to
Commissioner District ,
AMtaiPMENTS. For County : If' In! She house We cannot do wlth- .
XSTITCTIONAL ( for one) of ao I::. NetLLEp; ... !aCo. !
l VIII. Section Incronslnj tsrma sit Itl [ For roughs and cold U has no 'l'nce. opportunities are simplydcpoaing I ..0 ..a.bU..... tI.. In".a ...1- J
for certain County s. T. A. W INFIELD.tj their weakness of charap.fer. Corner I-'UI SL and A"o. IJ Ieroh isles
II i'uaJ:1: I5c! 5 I .-Success. :
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-- --- NOTICE.Otl I jof the name practical Port u said I EXPRESSED HIS REGRET.

fro tf notice proposed ,if
; (' !. ereby given that Flora C Hon C M Brown. Sr. formerly of
ARTICLE VfJ
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kr:. :'.taphon. 1s. A. Filer George B WaiIron. ((J< ala. but now a resident of Miami -
.; ( Jeanette L. Brown, and Mary C The! highest Indebtedness to which and who wa scheduled to deiher the "
ct Wnwlght. associate themselves to this corporation may at ftny. time iub- address of welcome to the Confederate I tt
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:- Corm Library Association and after J j.Mt It'e'f.: shall not etc: $4 the amountof veterans at their reunion now In progress : Sniff

I four weeks I'ublnalion of this noon five thousand dollars:.. 5.000.00)). in O'ala. expressed\ 1.,< regretsat

..U1 apply to the Honorable Minor S ARTICLE YI. Iwinrf unable to attend the sath!; ..rms -

x Jokes Judge of the Seventh Judicla'! in the followIIIK letter to the Ocala
The mount of real emote which the.ol.'urailOn
rt Circuit, presiding! in and for Dadffiforn nanti<'r.
may ]hold shill not eicetjt a (
'. 1'!(>r'a' par the fol'owing char 'IiamIa\ O t "."". l'jt)4. v I
k I, .1) iM.sdnd) dollars ($p.INK' ) INI) of Autumnis
:; T: I hoar foinrail' :
ARTICLE) Ik ;
HTIc'U; I i.k I.
th! for not
? Hindi I .K rjpt s mi \' i-e
Th. 9amp cif the tori-oration) shall: hr The! t snips of the offii -Ts to conduct I brut ith you at the O. ala :-m-etln.

'lit 1.1'1.10n t'lU l.lIrary ssrHialion t I I ,' ta-I. : n.r.-s find the trustees. in whom ,i< it haso Inpii-niil tint we iKitichtnun'
'nc ted at Lemon ('ity. Dade cninUFlO'ldx rill;' in iiro| ,'rt\" shall J.
: lust e'.itinn'! under the charter, shall mot;tli run :.id iiiul'T! trot of all1. \\e
in the
: ARTICLE. b' wento lrf\e: |)o,,,','v-ion on the first AirAn t

4 The general nature of the rushiess 1.ion G Simpson-Pn&Idenf. daof Nmomtwr f"anif ila "f our r c '
'irti'ia Ii Fes-elke-Precldent.! .. J I %
x' tone! transacted thall be to establish m i't tin-1' I, hnb hat pnvMit d nu l 1

F and maintain a public library aid read L\ra (I. Waldroll-&f ..tary. In,:: with \ ma pl' <'BMire and! d,II'Y i I antsorry ;i i s y

.rgroam. and to do such other thinrsas .:"ear.t-tie L Rrowfe-Treasurer. not to hi able to enjmoerthef.s 1 1 ounce of I jirL-M-ntion. you know is \\ortii a.!-;

,: roav: be product ne of the education, Mary C ril'ht-l.Ibrarlso.: !\ nil, heart is v"'thoi /
; t of
-b': lul u"'T'r.t or ins iro>'ement of ItB.rornbrs rAFTi} TIE (COMMITTEi' : and I lote and, cherish a r",.t." al ofllM'e pound cure, and if jjou are a man of prujent

i or the commuml In which It flora G. sitniwonl. : ) old a.sooiatiotB"And 1 r,, i : J'ld MULin. you will provide yourself with clothing' .

j r -hi!! bf ''o-a;fJ. ai J I" buy sell (leasemortcajr .\ ra U \\'ali'ron. ; r<.S.Mwith. > tlllIf -' 3dt of heat'! ;W ,
!4 J'ane'te L. llrown ;;| n.ic1 weight and take no chance of catching"I }
; or hold such real estate or the wind Is in our fa\ or.
olier prrrn| as may te reqi'ir'd forth NUn C. Waiu" rll'hLi: And] "e\' .,, weathered! eM-r> 1..a1... !) Pall] 1'0.1! trying to god a little longer wear out oft .

ddwp .. '. purpose herein nfntionedARTICLE -j Oiarloite**::>'d. Albury.rul'ST f,> \\'.. il J 11 .""p oir iiimidd s, who I..., hIps nl1r thin and seedy Summer suit,

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III. ; l..bi.r
sjo Kior <; :Slrnr: : !>On. &
Though.. workinK!!: hard ( ontentedPirn '
T ie: (.naltliration for membership W A Filer ? i \\ P. are now .
I diSIIa'in
Till) III some particularly
|1' I 'IK I I'U I snappy ,.
'fcftll!1 In the of I I "l11l1tv.
.pnsts. arrentanre .
\\alilron.! .
George; I" : .I.;(f.1.1.l :
4 u rPltO."fti member by the Asscs th"l .J\ "rlinir on hrp''wean wide! tu 1"1"1'I In. -i i II I 1"1'" |'" : ?:, F.dl.t'h. 's for :Men selected from the best produc-r::

: and thp, aoceptanre of the ARTICLE"The Kith not a. frii'ii"I std not a 'lullinj! I Ij'l I. .I. 1 I -> -. I:11: 'rt lions of Schlosb Bro \ Co. the Fine Clothes ;.

r_ : of; nsepir-ersnip as laid down In the names and ietidepces of the sub Then l 1"1..us i-irk for m.e another t1..II'I.:1-I"'l'r.. !l i 1 <,
; rtf rtf'r. by-laws and rules of the -..ribepi are as follow:! Making: life! a pl>' -ant dream --:. Makers; whose celebrated ready-to-wear I clothing

otlatlon. by the person proposed AS-I Flora G. SImpson Leon City, Fla. Help a worn and weary brother I has raised] the standard in' ten 's apparel

x ARTICLE IV I Jeamtte L Brown, Lfrmon City Fla.deoiv l"IInhar.l! against the stream
B Uuluiuu, Fla. Your lomri.lp and friend,
IgtUe Rivtr.
The ,prm of corporation of this Asso- Mar C. \\ainwrleht Lemon City C. :M. BROWN sR. Youjli IIP .1:1'.1: r.lce in cut quality in fabric and honest workmanship in the .
riaUoD ehall) be ninety-nine ((99)) ;'eanf .
ARTICLE V. Fla. '| I making. Ald: to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes and.

W A. Flier LemonIty, FU i iZANGWILL -
PERSONAL I
h.utoLiiisieness.: Take these points altogether have fouiulatioafor
The business of this corporation shall Before me personallappe&1'f'd FloraG. I II you you a

pti a b>i conducted by a president, vice-pres Simoeon W. A. ff1", George B. -Israel ZanRwill Iff confident I I the f.une d t superiority enjoyed by ,5

,' ident. secretary, treasurer, librarian, aboard aldron.. Jeanette L. I$;"w n. and Mary I I
of the success of his scheme to
of trustees not to exceed nine C. Wainwright to mi:we.l a.; own to
colonize Jews In South Africa Schloss H :.d-Tailored ( !
and an""xecutl.e committee of five per- be the rersons described in, aud who Ming

<+ sails to be elected at the annual meet- 1 I Kubhcrlhc tnelr names to the foregoIng STANNARD-Mrs Henrietta E. V.

?- -__ per at the office of the Company on the Instrument, and ojd sereially ac- Stannard (John Strange Winter), well
Crpt Tuesday in February. : knowledge each for himself: that they known English novelist. Is the latest The Price Range

h' At the first annual meeting' three : executed the same foV a the unei and notable convert to Christian science. $ 1 2 00

h.. trustee* may be elected for one year, : purposes therein exprt: aed. HESS-Professor Wiley Hess leaderof Starts at .
j three for two years and three for three Witness my hand arid offlclal seal at .
years, and thereafter, excepting forth Lemon city Florida, |ghls 11th day of the! Boston Symphony Orchestra, began -
his musical studies at ( purpose of Oiling vacancies not October A. D 1904. .1|
more than three trustees fhall be elected iStal) Horn-in E Woodall, was an Infant prodigy touring Holland

: annually, who shall hold office for Justlc* of the teace.V SHERIDAN Mrs P. If Sheildan refuses -
4 three yearn to 1I'1I0h..r husband to he hurledat -I,

ARTICLE VIITte I A RI'NAR'A1'11CYCL': :, I Arlington!: unless she can h' burled'' R. Y/

7r there a'eo The national! cemeti r) laws RIIODS.t
bx-laws of this soria'on! mate \ I I may be reai*ed l
:, made by the Association\ at Its first i ih1F 'rorna',1 with an ugJ> rut o>t the 1 h-j .
e' .
rf-pnlar meeting taljid sutseiiifnt to I (.r.l I B Orn.r. Franklin Crum.: III. It41.SPlole : QLIEIT.is; ;" c \M :..ivr:, ,\'o anal 1 tun sa
,
z th* norc'iletiou! of its rnrporat'on and, | : .d a stubborn Uliir unvielilugn for rears has played! leading,\ : "01<\ wo clan U. ?J/ i asst"" 12lh Street. "

Y' they may \>f made a'trriil or sm. nde.Inettirs dm toran I remedies for four > 1 man" ehara'ters. has j'I"t celebrated h1 4...., -bYN- -- j N1l Miami, Florida. ;

r. :.t am cf t"r! \s p o'1 Utior af- 1b.n" : Hnr''bul." \ Anil'a :Salve: .par.1! the eUht\-lhird anniversar. of her 4
{ tPi Ilitrn-i. !Scald' ': : She born in Rkhdale En!:- I
.l\ birth
t,.0 weeks otii e to l 10. --fi t 01 l I.:ailed -f aj' < fur' was sew try .
ty 10 *: e r.ppibfrivnt:"|imi; a copy ':r 'I oir.ta in 1-; y'f' at all drnabtores ::' 'aiul For many rears she was a dan-

11. the ."ropo-'eil] amei"dnif-nt. I' voted I I..r. and did not }lupin! vtu,? until Is""". .. ,
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Suit I Tin,' \:111:1.1"".r'I r.'r'Ipnrart's d k.111' + + +
The Vos nut ylae! ncry
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Tin' "I 1:-istto,," i,' .1 ;luiiw-nil 'd indi A

iiiiidi I 'IId! It I.I1. .' h'I'i 1 !I". i .m: time to r.-
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Yo 're 5. I Try our RED CROSS SPECIAL ':

DOKS.N : '.:"I'CC'I' OL:"> AGE CRAPE PUNCH /
4 THIS WEEK6 .
.. The New Drlai. PHARMACY

} I It's Bbanieiu'! wh'n > 01Ih: tails: to: + + : .

a i show !I'lO:.... r. .t tar, 01,1 1 ::-_ 1 but You E. L. Bur Pa: ) '! =.' I'
ne,
loqking t Tit,' intlri":' ", 'In' a'' > "' lt will He il. : Claret Pa2xb'Pressdcnt. '

"vines \;..w I.'t- IVTil.: "y cIt Oit I

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wear !I1way. and bj j proud> of $&ur appealunct-( The '; ;y f ..111':1 I ::,"it. .' Seybold's 'Bread.
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W'x r ft-i-lin:! hru-d will he 'jour ex erieiu-e, if you get iii o tote i i m" n '..1.La I.R

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We are Showing the | i S.I.. I I. : i iI \.. H do al: 1'1 \i: ::: In th' lowest i.ia. I .

I. ," ,'.! i': ;; t I dl'n. r.: i cab' i.i.-nOf .
4 New Brow Mixtures I '

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t If. Batistes .. io.i&

y'' In -ill..11': or ItOl\h11'.hrea tdi s.t\le: ntl'lnw t t11h11Ir.(1. : I ,
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oar 'nit Ilri" fir
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: They Age Swell. I. : \ ,. pt oat s'. 'ht I ',
: t ;.r' .r.I!':;' 11..111
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z ,IAA ; "III".11 DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY:
tx Also a now line of blues blacks andJni\ed[ fabrics. : ...
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3i l11e" X \'.. x'I 1 ''n ,. tile
; O)"n'r Jillovr the' Choicest things to sl away f i'cm you. C in NOWget ..r. at".t ..:..Nrtlllh I :; JOHN 3EYBOLD.
F ..II:1" In I i f
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1: your pick. "itl X "'1' 01",, ......Ior. I Miami i1
: : : : : Florida. \
of the-.t bar
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JOHN SWPLL & BRO.Miami's .


aW ,j j BARGAIN JENNIE .". PARRISH, FKEI HITTER, r r
r. Leading Piirnishers to Men. Stenographer and Typewriter. '
; ('..un R'Inll11lI"I""n,. I.n'd General Contractor.
FLORIDA. STORE .
MIAMI. work Tr aa*hrr of honhand i ffi *-
n t- .. Grading. r;
a Ilb .h"II11" II, 3 T* lilt .Ir.p.Ilrwn Blasting.
10 oo In 12 M and 2 W toe oo.
Eta Well |Drlll Kl. StdewalkJ (.
Miami -
le..cleDe ::2 avenue C.
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