<%BANNER%>

NEH UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA SLAF



The Daily Miami metropolis
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00198
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00198
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

Full Text
.i.\.' ,.'1jr4; >W-"A < I ., ,. ., .. .. ,." ""f ," r.'.: .. '';-0,.,;, ,, ," ,'..:" "' ,, '. ,,'. ,, .. .. ,. ,. ., ...r- .".._''''f.1i''f'Ii' !;
: .., _:, ," ,, t. .,, ... _. ,. ;;' ,,*tt' _' w. J, ...... J'- ... ..4'Y ., .. .
,.....:: p' ... -d" < '-"' > "' "C B .' "-S.I--, M-"->i' ""'" : ._ .., 1 A'h: ; <' ..4' .', .P" """ '"-"" ,....:.-,'. .."-."., j- .. .. .
.It V' :

";<;;: ,.. ; \.

J;, 1 \ '
1' .
.
. \, a.
' ...
!6 r .
. i .
: '"



THE DAllY MIAMI METROPOLIS.




'if !.

,- n. .. ,
-- "
i -


The Only Paper In South Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispat h.es.l .


...- -- .. ._
-- -- '- --- -
-
---+- = =- =- = -= ::: :-:'---:: -. -= :: ::::- :::- _
1 -

'! VoU.No.. 27B!> ( tarn i lM m4.tl.Uf an.. MIAMI, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1H04. I2.MIM*::' Price 5 Cents


_. ut -

: on I I -helt r are .supplied! only so long as I Iiccchsary I-


I ; SENSATIONAL REPORT IS CURRENT 'SUPTI HUBISHAW I 1".1. to lie .without and even cost then to!Is perif not>ns intent ah'ate \ > SCHOOl L ROTES


able to pa v- for It.

Should any reasonable complaint 1 1made ,.. .
ABOUT ATTACH ON BALTIC FLEET
ALLEGED MAKES REPlY
I I. the government' will he quick to.investigate OFINTEREST

I !; and! severely ptinUn whey

i | any dereliction is showr; but th skeeper

,' ..... *
: eeems to have done his; duty -
.
; ,' r I and. In this case, as in the {fast, hn" 4

;; Russia Will Endeavor to Prove That Japanese Minister :TX-MAYOR M'CUEFOUND To German Seamen About Charges ;I appeared' even under peculiarly adverseImimitances. | Gossip and Facts About Our Institutions '

ti < to have been ready effi

= the Assault. I Ir Against Life-Saving Crew. L I' dent and promrt In re''derir.; every of Learning.
I Organized
J I'reasonable assistance i
i; GUILTY which any and i

i r every occasion required.I a
_._
.
--- .--
i,__- I Very respectfully ij
CONDITIONS VLADIVOSTOK.Cbefoo :: : .

t*i j .;I.. ''I{ Says Men Falsely Misrepresented H B. SH.\W. i Important Matters at Miami

*$ I !Runt Nth Dlst r !S'!. Life-Saving
-* That Has Caused friction Between :NovemIM r -Th.! Nuiwu4k I
Facts, and Explains, After an Service. i School-Boys"* Athletic Association ; '
Russia nd Great Britain --Other ,:ia.i _steamer Tunr'ah. arrived fjre today Of Murder in the First Degree for ,

,, : seventeen davs out from |v"ladlvostok -
Investigation the Partic-
MIjuiis (f Crappell.! general or- Reorganized for Term
bringing, even hundred Chinese Murdering His Wife at
l War News.
Sensational I Endowment
i qani/cr; Itank. Knights of
IKHi refugees, who were unable to live' ulars of the Affair.LifeSaving I Auditorium Too Small.
I It | P.vthia.s. with headquarters In Jacksonville -
Charlottesville I
longer at Vladivostok In account of Va.
;tj t--- i II I is in the city today on business I
the high; prices of food. f -
connected wish his omC!'. From .
One of the Chinese reported tie for- I ,,
h"r"r Chunnell will Il't.
St.: rctcrab-ri; : y.VTc lor Z., .'. ;, \'laUI\ increasing In 'iailoliehVilie rn to <- s
OlllOK Va.oll'UlLer 5.-
lim-alions at
> j service | and thence to the West Coast via Tampa j The Miami public\ school and the i ma s
4 satlonal report t Is current bore that number and strength and that the fortress The Mi-Cue murder case was given to | Office of S.ipt Eighth District
I I having here
tomorrow !
morning of
j jiin only others in the R
countcloce4
t intervention} ; has been strongly garrisoned, ,' the jury at IL:"\> clock this morning !i. Miami, Fla., Nov. 4, 1904. the si earner Martinique I

fntt'rnational commission though the Russiars do not eiwct an I and after being out a short wbile returned ,I To the Editor of Die Metropolis: their fifth week o: the present term S

s that attack from the Japanese and Kffve no with a verdict of guilty in the I have read with Interest the reportof I yesterday, and the reports of the various .
to prove the JapaDtIIt'MID1liter r
Intention of invading Korea tbH winter first degree. The verdict was! a surprise your interview with certain mem- YACHTS AGAIN teachers shows gratifying results '
at the Hague actually organized
j I to who had finding bers of the crew of the
: p. I many expected a German bark and decided increases tn attendant* .

the attack on the Russian aqjadron. in favor of the defendant Zion that was wrecked on the outer over the corresponding date last sea

I and will produce'a message sent by the WILL SEND GRAPEFRUIT': Ex-Mayor J. Samuel McCue of Charlottesville reef near Fort Lauderdale. during the son. '

minister containing complete evidence ------ kOa was placed on trial several recent storm STORM HOUND In the Miami
Monday there will\ be for||*rded school the work of eack
tike days ago. for the murder of his wife. In the Interview It appears that theshipwrecked
that such was ewe. to Mr. E. V. Blarnman at St'+'t LouU I and every department been thor-
The testimony has been conflicting In sailors were not pleased
This means teat Japanese three choice crates of grapefrtifei from I ougbly systematic and teachers and. ,
torpedo-I |I the extreme some witnesses testifying with their treatment at the government I
: | the famous Richardson grove > the scholars are working In common accord [
posts were actually secreted I that McCue and his wife lived happily house of refuge :located there and theyceem
Miami river. .if I and Interest to make the presentterm
British tubing fle.it and under their together and others that they did not to complain as follows: Edris Novia Regina and Queen
of
I The Board of Trade wllj 1.dt./: ere one the most gratifying an4complete
corer attacked the Russian The evidence of murder was practically !- 1. That the keeper made no effort togo
squadron two and Mr. Richardson will |$male in ihe history\ of the schooL

all circumstantial though' In Instances to their assistance, while the vessel Bess, Bound forMiami.Put Into
The various
teachers submitii
-l one to assist In advertising tliU. sec I report .

vfifl very. strong against the convicted was on the reef and they wer: a mile to the principal Mr. W. W. : k
no; the British : tion. It Is :hoped that these ar- : Savannah Out of Storm. u

man. init I shore, clinging to the rigging to I Hall yesterday stows the following
fishing boats. '
; cap-Ire The trial has been a leal battle from I avoid the heavy ""a@ .. : enrollment' II' ...* ....:-fto\. for the it

The populace Is excited over the ; A fine crate encumbers w<(falBo( I ginning:; to end and. the cane Las notonly I I I 1.! nat after tpttioJ ashore they week.: High :,choo:. 38; Miss Ukrron's J # "

rumor and many credit the truth of !i, sent up yesterday crown by B FItI %- ,[' aroused interest here and In theState I I were refused the loan of a boat to go t: room, :L'l'r: Miss Rickard's. 27; Hiss '.k<
The Savannah News of yesterday '
but all the
over "ollntl.It
the assertion though official cunfirmatioti I I patrick: of the Homestead i-oufiry. :' Is |i, I ark to the ree'k. ,. :Norton' :27; ; Miss Singleton's! :7.6; Miss
,4 probable attorneys for the defendant'will tontalns the following! about several .
cannot be hid ; 3. That they were refused permission!! Con en's 57;; Miss Brown's. 47; Miss {.
at ones make motion! for vaihts and :na."I..r'l.11 known here
THE COTTON : a new ,
MAHKKT.j | 58; Miss I 51 ant "
| ,iu. slay at the station after having been McOahey. Austin's! ;
trial and now storm-bound there while en
and carry the case to the Sutireme :
RUSSIA ACCEPTS TERMS. '. t opt there two days Miss Col>er'i 57. Total Ito The at- .;
o1ld. (Court it neeessarvM rout-' from the North to Mian:!:
New York Nov: 5Fulurt' ned
I : '
or' lance for .he week H93 which
4. That they were_ almost de.t 1ute 'n'n sass -.
.'' I November: 9J8 December A strong nunhtaster nod choppy
London November: 5.-The British -.tcady. ; I othlng articles of which had been against .TJ": on the same date last year,
\I. i 96.;' January, 9X4 February. !S83.March ,, >CUE WEPT. sea has caused the pleasure! yachtNnvin
-r ; Len rtfe- \bo'vs to what extent and rent. the .
once has received Russia's' ; I I\\f I from them by the aving'' per
acceptanceof I II i iu
L -- :o put at Savannah U at- I
995: April. 1000; Mavjno:;; I
attendance! of the school has
'' grownin L
,
the telegraphic" of the Juii li'.,::, July l.KC.; Spot <0tu Cliarlottesvlle 'a November 5.'Dr .- Ira "-.1 l a trtiit dial, of attention at
I I would plad
have l been to have found one year
Anglo-Russian convention bur as it |Is i '(i.ed 1 quiet: riidil'ii.g\' upland0tnldhug .", 'Hj;;; J. Samuel ..I lc<< ('iie. f,,- tau terms' .:,I.-"e parties while theyire here and ho Savannah Y rthl Club > '-bHr.laj A> evidence that the auditorium Isttti

stated that erM 1(140 mayor of Charlottesville! and for many nundngAIuthrr
se\ details !: gulf i
remain to )>t erected and investigated icom- '' -mall 10' scrommatti'' the growr
yews a lawyer before the bir here !1'' vas-e ) a' hi tlKtlrls.: '
I settled it is nouln. t position to makea i !''aints they ( hose to offer and to ing aitemUnre at the rchool there
WILL GO TO BAMBERG.: & was found gu!; Itv this morning of murder 0" :e d) by Mr.V'yelh\ put 'in at Ty- .
statement today. I''i.,>I'1' fib-d I against the ke1r any were ::Vi.v: scholars: end twelve t'acherSto
< tt in the first detrte on th" charge b.e and thr+'e other Regina Queen ,
''saorn I statements they .sa*' fit to make, lv seated 1 vesterday! whn the room
Rev J. B Holley Hat Been Cad to of killing his wife The ver.l! carried I 11 I I" ." and, Kiutni r, put I li at P"aufort
BROAD LATITUDE ALLOWED. "but I found that they hid, !left the city only has a capacit) of .Til 5 aH. This
South Carolina Church. f with It a death penaltv. Mm ay. Cat; t It Carr.ey. In cora-i
r--- I I t fore word had tome to me of their nw.'s.slta'ed rile standing of some and ;
-- ( The' Jury hroiieh' in th"1'1'11'. t rler ni-ii; I of tin1 Novia.! says the yachts ,
SL Petersburg; November: 5,-Russia 4After "rnval here. shows that nen now the capacity Is 3?
a residence in this ,.. and t"'elltynminutes delll>erat1on The strmk rcmrh weaih r Monday and! put
r has accepted the telegraphic draft of tj i Kor the.good, of the puMic and of the not equal to the demand to pay nothing t
State of nearly tbree defendant) showed no signs of 'n otion !, !in'o It' aafort The Edns anj Novia
and
1 the Anglo-Russian convention for a Jeurs. Ucjt ne-navine service I ('an't'rhap" speak of what ''t will be In future terms -
; inquiry Mr.' J B liollejn ct to relUrn, to but when his little daughter climbed'! : are bound for Miami whue their own-;
v commission of I into the North ( ,
j word! or two generally in regard: to and proves conclusively; that it will
south (Carolina vvLere the former has into his, lap and relatives moved closer ; rs will i l iKiard for a cruNc tn the West
gera Sea Incident which was submitted to Ii I''le, things complained or.I. hav to be enlargedYoMerdav }se
accepted( a call: at the Hamber i I&ptlstibunh. !i to h m, tears ran down his ('heeksand '' In.'In, s The wind grew stronger off
.her Wednesday.] ; 1 I. The station at Fort Lauderdale\ Isii afternoon at :!!:":!> o'clock -
says the Gainesville! Sui4 anpiiish was d'pi'tad] on ins face.He .'" TV bee 'ednidav! and Cipt "al'l"Y ,1-
Final exchanges will be ratified In house of renege and not a life-saving ihe llovs' Athletic As.so<'latloi of the
I I raid nothing. I II i !id' d to put ,into Thunder ult.
.Mr I
LondoV Halley ]Ib too well known l tS this I '
) The cpmraieslon! wiO sit In tation There I Is no crew employed si honl met 11t office of the rlnett- ; S
I
nj and section, and lu fact th)jugh- I The Novia flies the flag of the New
Pan, and will of five
cjbnslst members cal and for the
here and! at the time of this storm It re-orjrani/ed term. A
UIK the State, to require an Iarf.tuc- I I COSDEJSlLEGH: VMS! York YAcht\ Clan and is the property
Ruaiian. British! !
American and Trench.The ,
uas impossible for the keels to full alt idance of the members were
K') of Mr' G. .'{. VanVleck. of
Toledo
ion lie was called to the !
4 i fifth member will be selocted by F1r4Bap- nut alone alter these men, and'! such [present and officer were elected for e .
ut: the four mentlbned lIt church of this Citynear!) f'D.llree i The 'los-t Baldwin! Alrrhip has bn o The vessel] was built by E. C
.
commissioners.NJ utlon is not intended' ,! at a bouse of the ensuing' !: year &s follows: Presi-
tiers ago, and during his adD\ll}4atrat found sixteen miles f'om !Pt Louis soil' ['r'''' n'Sons of Tottenv'lle! Staten 1'1-
: broad outline' > Is the ,
laid' down'\ by I 11 fustJ !: Prof. \V W Hall: vi.-e-Presldent.
\-&n..st i in c,1 l condition for l.in'i' S" Y. ind Is IN maiden;
convention the Comralss-on u.i made an excellent and (\ except; tai sma I on trip
will
e The lojfrnmc of a boat to rro out to .lohn Holly: Secretary Claude Brown; t'
r ,'actor( However, believing lhaHrviies his hoi*'K in..the cats: saeThe :It slid iron New York on Oct !M,
hay
broad latitude In all
$ determining i'e vir'ik would. hive been i.npractl- rre-isiirtr, Joe Hynl Marshal1' Boardof
T w relevant facts. \ were more in demand. id In A T I '. 'e <. '-"i'.si' "',,-f.I'\. Pll/alieth,
able during the continuant' of the ExaminersVad- Mather, chairman;
.
coliiucl and all field om..rs. N .' and' Ilfauforf S. 0
sew i 'pair work (he esiib.!! The of The little
,torm. and afterwards\ when then Chu Dillon and Richard Rlc... Cecil
'+ ? SANK SKIP1 Amthern Vaults which he 'piibiifhed: "'n This! North Carolina rccimen' ha'i.. \ ,>ssi | I in a "'3U"-I1" one and Irhavedv'l
Rt'SSIAN tlreai'v! heed out" In the 1'111''' hand. a Watson was electci! to 'e;uUi mcm'lership c
here for home time, subscquentfj-, hate[ been held) remiss ::11 their iluti In all kinds of weath-r enrt.uMernl .
I- poiti'd. hal brought, a. iv all their, '' in th" B<"... afion! :an I .. liT1'l'itial",1 be '
Shanghai. November: T -A ii.m ire the office! of publicatlfyi to I6y 1 Ibe toiirt convened to Investitate .1in.. leaving :New; Yotk Cc.'p' {'III'Is -
report ,
a '"liin>;lnps. tl-erp wnnd'cm! ; to have i at the next. mee'lnj
has reached hire that the Japanese .'5"k.r.\ Ill... and later consolilatinr; ] :he dealt of 'two soltllers: while, r"- .' an able), navlgatoand' :; t ne well r
sr
"seen little nod! to co aaln and! et. Tl' date nLth.) > !neld *&\ sp.'rts will
batteries sunki two. Russian, men-of- hi. intnrest with tnt!, of the plprldaHapti :, :'urning/ from the nillliiry( md.u. ii' <)rat } .Mi-vn, in Pnii'li' "rn waters lie his v
'iad, there barn mv- advantage in I'oing lio n+med,) at a future' nv-ctlns and alliirraniTMeMt ti al
'i war at Port Arthur Tuesday, and a \Vitnefs, with Rev Dr.l; i-o. there would have horn no 'twhatever < made! for its sucys.,
gunboat \Veinesday.! i.ni He afterwards sold t& Dr. lldbson said!, were drinking and ,dine nn the \;''rJ!, to !Southtrn ports r
on the part of the keeper to l It. v PI'! Stanton aticnde! ) tn- open- '
Im intenst In the palm; since which top of a coach without! pt-rmlsgi whentheir
'MV'" refused 'ir/: \en'ises for tl:.' school l last Tries- t
JAPS OCCUPY W.\.NTM '!l1.1. time: he has made his heai'iqiiarters' heads struck a low l.rlJge. kmlnth.'II. i.rx\L: ; p.\T'rrs
o, The statement that the Ht, .Favlno: lav niornit.K;: anla" much pleased
5 3 ; here t
-1 1Toklo i u-ople sto'e' their clothiPK seems hardly \\ i'h the, many bright faces the t greeted -
November 54}-It U reported Mr and Mr Hol'ev' have )\1811)' The followIne pap rs sere li'i'd" for
fair. They reached rnore In a very I hm and the apinrenf General! Internet !
I-& that the Japanese: ocrupieilVan- frieinK here who. win regret ied-, James H Farris national] 'Halrm1 iccord, in th" tbrl-V nffit-e of the cir-/
have ,
xir condition as to clothes, I but wenetlv i.'ninffstid in heir diil.es; and stud-
-v tal Hill and that several transports irph, to KT 'hem leave but 'llv"'lsh of the Popnll-t parlv. i<..,,'1'11 th.- charge given; such aMiclis" as thevI il1 mart to !av .PS

and a battleship at Port Arthar havebeen them much hll'r'l.p.II! In th.iltiewhome i ''hat the Rettni'i'ass|' : have 'lml"h"1 i Warraitlv: .li( ".d.! I.lntne I. i.ni'nr to
k |I wiled ; set on fire. Tber* I Is no e mfirmavt Mr' Halley 1 is an "loq) .n and, tror.ry for th" I' pull-t ctmpalcn.iler 1 \\ '.' K<" tI -
it the, station for the relief of hwrecked !;'- "i;'nine: x< n I i--s a nl' v' it| d the dllf -
a tlon of the report. impressive speak-r :an eirnest w.|rl.r.': !iv ,. f".t bits I and 1'. blih: ', '.' \11.1111
I'
and -rtallll It
persons ( ) it to'inis ilnnnc th" week end exr -
Hillhs and! the hnr'h of itasr'rvg rip be dirhav .'d Inlian! Inbrrer- ,, .
Wantal one Of the extensive anae : .>il I *
Qtlonirratiilstrd Hems a singular charce. that the 1trra' I I. j. Knima :-vu.! n < >--, tip, nite semi-circle of Ion* 'defending ivrt Arthur that h" ar..I'I.llh' ] l'all Ilhn i iMr II "atenell to clp'rov property at the |w '*.. .
"" 'INT could! or won't] sfral su h slit I'i V: t/ti r ear $. "" lit f a t i* ."i t I.hl! sit h l 1'1" hrrigre.. their chlldriaKiis -
1 whirh the > previ I nil Irs Uo"ceTtect: '.c Jp take Norfolk navvanl.\. and extra tuard! nr ,
a-id e .p
;Plana 'n -it. I mall-hue-.1.111'; '' .. .
they ant a-hore. and! the.. chart"Tnis ii rinse' (,-, i and! fie c 'r-ial rnn1' -
Oil":* u'viif-'.,erred) fi'-Vnl raring? their; ileparturfor' Smith Crroiu! to "iarine have been plai'ed on duty to I.e 'I\ 11-'
to i..ade itho'it either
w par- 'r t :I a -imliut< of 111' s" hnoliii"

: .t the Irter. part pf. August n'nrowJ "I'OIH'1 the profJPrll'I I I 1 1i' t\ .'fllIl'I' 'iu'd l Da le C.nisi' Ti.Insurrfme rxaminalion !.aien; .* for the last

:i; *, r'- ---- f. .. i':. it !, v Serer>.fis| d I p'lmisMtin i- Trust ('0 ft. Daii iimntv' h *nr- work1't'' have been reeitl -

1 Tangier. f.pmt..r 3The; entire! [tlgkYtA1T JQ1'lt1R'ylJ21Gf1Q'HOTEL RepulillcanlcePresiilrntial! rardidlie 1 I I' '. Co 'HI" ".
: ; > stay pi ii., v -, a'g| thereo \h-trT' fur lit- : : and1dn oTlce! for
Fairbanks. has made a record blolvenng ty |} flit! 'I I in the rinclpal'
t" Russian n..tpf waj ships accompaniedby ARRIVALS. 1. An -t i-, .>.1 <*" -. ".> I. fa"e i I"I 7. Mun.lrrraitv i .. lion of and visitors. 4
i.- III IKM patrons
W perch el.h'/
a every mfg| .
icn rolll. and hospital; \ ships, sailed : .. Made,
i |h,''t i I..r. !, > "1'-" -leper's \\ "ced! bill' Tit "' I''ith! Prof Hall and the leathers of .
.4rar rft9C4ttarara\jfdBjrc 'it"s f twentv-four hours hie can-
f': from here; this morning\ taking a 'j a't T I'," r.viilms" > that In<,'ral"'-" Trust Co. to John F Olivefor ,.
as! lnF Indiana I 'I. "h'Kil desire' lo encourage the pat- t
t, westward votiveJAPS EVERGLADE jGeo. 'lirtVi 1 ; al..1) Mtnk I 1"8." Mi
j ifte r'- no") -t-i- v|Ir i'nn l.iis t.
of and and will -
... ; I I ------ I "n lire' pa e-its visiiors
;; P. Bull. Ojim: Ce SHILLING:"' RUSSIANS I According to recent Information: a I Ix- l I'leisei.I) to see them i.t the schools .
!'Y West Palm Beach. vlthout onrsi' di !av. t pat<'nisUte:' of Florida, \ to CIT 'I I ,
.| 'xwt !load of British seamen coisi'tin'! I 1 s nitcn as: ,possible. Mi*
BAY VIEW ). ': So. from the a al 1' .'< of the storter VrCrlmmon. D F MtCrimmon. .1
November : if the captain and twer.fv-one men o'
E -
? -Uniateruptd : '
Mukden .
C. C. Chlllingsworth. West 1am! "Id hardlv N Liiinmus and .1 K Lnmniui1. as the t
i 's they \ 1' h ,, ( C Oman: the well\ driver who has
1r 1- "I'he English steamer Baron innerdaleI
<: between the opposing positions ''
activity
1 Beach. I eem that ant one at the Aatlon III'! .McCrmimon C" with a capital t<<*'kI i ni'e, home and grove north of the
of th'
formidable at- have been murdered by savages:
threaten a !
':f .; dally SAN CARLOS | leanly charged wih! any wrong and s (I I of l '11.(4) fur the purpose of dealing I i.I .in vcstenlar I lost a valu h'* hone '
Marta Islands] at the entrance
Kifla
|
t.' Urk. J. D Dialing.! St. Augustine: Ml..*.* C. ,i'l i ",..... '"-"r4'nt from the k ti.r. and I II I 'n 'umber lime brick and other building '" .. |ipniliar manner After the horse ,q
: now shelling the to the Red Sea
The Japan.are
i Baxter. Mists W Murphy, New Yet 'epori 'rim those on the g'Iand all ,, material with the principal plate hd Russians' a II l li iMa-ptnrwl run*. The I I
I BISCAYNEFred Lordon. o'pm""rTIt... Vnrwe ut qin'e another tr'erpretntiun to the ,,Iif business in Miami i l that one side of his head and ;
now Mostly In dugout: Y
soldiers are pint- thus givings S )101''''. \\ E. Walton J'nr 'I 1an steamer ,uernsev.from Sivannafrr'ved as*. I Commissioner seal guardians deed .1 -k was. swelling rapidlv.. and, In less
sel
ihe e
ramps along deriou new not'''1' M .fa k'on. Jr.. Chas Searjean|".orltv today with a cargo of about I greatly regret any mlsunderstand- 1! Fred! S. Morse, commissioner and I.n"y 'f-vi an hour his throat Las .o swollen :
of a
the apearanc* J K Pepper North Carotin i I !hreo thousand bale of cotton hur lnr ng should have arisen In the mind H Culbertso'i.: guardian of Wm HIculbertson. f-H' his breathing was" cut off and h"

y l.eretof're.oldlert OriXrywIr' besrln; the .T nniis- 1A Green. Atlanta: S. G Cnappetl In her after hold Th."rt! hroVe on' if those relieved as to how tar or ; an Insane person to David lied! If is believed\ that he was bitten

The are e meatS Jacksonville! ; J!. A Reich. Savannah I about a fortnight ago The captain beHeTM how long the government exports tow 'IS. Pearson for $.10000 twenty acrts in by a rattlesnake but search was, made ,
sometimes on >n>
cal hardshlp i clothing and: H R. Arton. Baltimore; FV Chesihrough the tire Is tow practically extingulahea for them but the Intention is only section 16 township 53: south range for the snake but he could not be y+
;
r day. without\ snfjtcletit B. W Leigb 1"8Yor'-. tor the saying of life; and food and 41 east. found.-Tampa Trlbvns.
., with paUfDef' c\-
I exporure. If'8t! r
1--' --- l
.it't .
'1..r.. ",
'), &.t." ..
!i:;: 1' -rnq .. '.

';fj"f-;...: j.
v' J f. :? 'rt'AA'j4r. 0. a q Y'



"'. '
-'-- . '"..,.
..
.
rt' ,
-
.
:.---.A._... -- :" -
:
:, _:
:I _.:.. : -: ""
-- _
_
X _
r i iIt co
l __ __ .

DAILY. is aid there is a scarcity of hcks why the people of Florida\ should have slaughter and sentenced to varying

I at Miami Jacksonville could very !ell I a large and bolld vote in the coming terms of imprisonment in the penitentiary TUCKER & GREEN ,

i METROPOLIS pare a few dozen Jacksonville Me- election. Mainly, among these Is to off- for life or to service on the
MIAMI
: tropolis.Somelxxly. ..et the howl, of the Republican of the ,'ounty chain gangs twenty-four weretried Meat Retailers.

I .,........,.,t",...... ., +...nr.... J I has evidently been jolng North that the vote of the South is <. and acquitted, and tlxty-two are
tsalf.a.d ,rv day except 8.l14a,. I FLORIDA AND WESTERN
I I sUb our esteemed contemporary.There unfair and controlled by a clique of j'awaiting trial or arrest. There were MEATS. POULTRY EGGS AND VEGETABLES. .

LIAR I I is not a scarcity of hack. In (Democrats I by deception and fraud, and more homicides committed In Charles- Corner Avenue D and Third streets Miami Florida .

__ I I :Miami, in fact we. lielieve thai Mini i II ven violence Therefore the Democratwho ion county than In any other county -. + t + -- --
K I. sttaUMIOk.Mr4 .......-.-. ,an show more public (- J ot fails to do bi. du) on election: in the State. There have been four i + 11frHai Ittb. .

;. la' bt Ponatticr it Mlaml.,. nrld*. : this. nature than an\ other v..YanC1 jL .1.Iv! lend l affirmation to this charge. lynching In the State since the first I -i Corner '\venue B ani Street.G. ni
,ya ......,.,od-cI..lDall..r .
M the in Atiu-rica. For our candidates! for Governor andigressinan .if the )ear. three negroes end oneshits i t THE]
Tk. .(*rt loo erD JO.pa publUbml on ... ,. ark One
t <> we a large and enih'isia.tic man. very remarkable feature I A. '
.
the mAID toad n( tae t nitird HUKII al u.. ; J MULLER Proprietor.
( The movement t to oigani/.e in ]fills vol.because they have oi the situation is that in so many _
'. ...... 9eritaere ral i ray -rniiimt --
-__ fly n vour": men's athletic assxMationI formal. opposition and by giving them ,-a-ii-ij of homicide no arn"'.tg were

br ... Tear by Mall. .. .. .. ......".00 I I- 0111 that 'should\, bhui' >|xirlid ai'd"in ( a fixHl. strong majority the. I>ppublla made. and in rom cis-'s apparently -

& lis .. . ". ..... JJ.O oura:i-d l liv i.\ cry parent an.! PII.;>IIII :.s will Iw iriformei] thnt the time IBin I h"n' was no effort on the par of the SAN CARLOS I II i* \

t !!rn Months.. .... .... .... .. . 1.2S :n I llallll! Alli-lic! 1 i c-xer< ice aid I-; i vet ripe f"r their reascender.cy IntoI'lurida .itithontieh to discover the p< rpetraniis a

few i Week by Carrier. ... .. .. .. .10 a! i:>\i lopnn nt i is Ix-ttiT 'bur $lifliuinan points and, ruie. of the aloes"The

The Miuni issi|) kcIt I" alt!#cr. For our iai' .1.1.:. ..,,' for Congress, the 1 N--WS: ; and Courier adds:: The i
Printing .
Company.Mvsrtlsiag' I .llmi Fr ark 'Urk we want a rousing iK-npIt! of Ihe :Stale arc utterly coniiemned I log glltr Open an the year at ,50per day and up F

: rate made known on em.l; 1 viii- \\ <- al.t him to pj to Washington bv the record. The fee plain. IW !SIKH i.il'' },-' ",fk ,.. l nnimrrt .ia\ _r
| application. 1 Ilea La"roAII'L.! : KOoMSPost
lain and support/ manhood J1.en with such an over* elming flatly liald I11511 fails we have given I'llak out PALM' \Honi', x
,) I' TELEPHONE. 61-3R. t 1- J rfkt Dot;A 8. Meal, "I'orUa.Acrommodationi ,
\\ one has health he I.as filhe: Note, that Ina colleagues .II know tha against us and our rlvlllranon The
+ FTICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. '' e-. . . ...-.-... . . 2
:';leatest t hlessing and weaiih Hial the )jieoj.lc; 01 In* distri't have all- Mate is smeared! with Mood' We must
? 432 an4 434 Twelfth Street. r' 7
nature and the world can beaCju abiding faith In him anc: have. placed .. a.1I it out in the name of justice ami .-.-.-.- ------ -- x
()Opposite Court House. ..a..f'... . . "
There is no U'tler way to get this raan ''tlnr; destiny and: interest politically !humanity

P o" SATURDAY.. NOVEMBKR t 1904. by t course or a life of. nhsical &er- in liis Keeping" to a III''''. lion hit :No; enemy of the South ro critic f first class. Fine View of the Bay t

I .-I.... Healthy bodies develop, heathy. vigorous and pronounced majo-ily also !having: the nation or the sari I for an : t

ire sound and active I brains. Th"I'doI\ dei!>" mls. In a great measure the influence audience ran do the South half as much i.
; "Judges not polillral I'al". THE BAY VIEW
v slays the Chicago Cbrpmclq.I JudgeParker I : is the dm) of every parent a.id' ifeVychild h>* will have among dose\ of :: injury as it injures itself by Mich' red j jlecords -
'' In I'lIrnllaathl..til''', und'wecan his tellow 01"0110.1'1an''! upon that in- '' as that of Smith Ciirolira, This -- ---

Is. < say to the men of Miami |that !lltience depends the amoiint of good he !!:- I 11 rut the old civill/ation 'of th > Smith. '

3 o-L- I I[ money and time exix-nded on and |In a n.av he able to accomplish for In.; Stale It I Ia newer and poorer rivilization.I' 1 4a
X') wonder the. Republican leadersare I
i gymnasium is not waited, and they and section. and the South must pay dear!) for !tAN D.M.
beginning to pet 1'/'lIor..d/ Judge I CONNOLLY. Proprietor
'
enrnuragc4lhe' As lo the county ticket the MetropoIN
will do well not only to .----
Parker Is KJUnkng at every strido.
*o-- proposed orga'il/.ation. but to joiri !It. fi-els confident that eai-h and every AXTIFT8iurMexperiments w f

end )lend 1 all suiiNirt and iuflufui-e "0- one of the pat t) nominees will teceivel
Serretary3afts to tall for Panama
; ISI.XT
a the unanimous and Next to Tfrnnnal Pier )
sihle to ilb success; support vote of t Opoaite Railroad Depot ; ,
+, alter the election.\ Let us hope his [ made. I bj a FrenchphvslnlogNt.
-- 0- l >i>mo. ray Let not fa'-tioual di ITer- + MIAMI. FLA.
Chief will embark on ;he Rio ''Sallno ... M I Kalniiiid on guinea f
.
Tn\Y':' m: em'i'K ent'-r into' the content. That Is : .. .. .
f. a 4 _-n ; -e4M c. Aae+-I..bq.e4.e-aia- -.t-.i..N .
:
-- ;. passed for the M least :
present. The
:! lose'Ibnlity'
This is when is
.t the period tti-re! a I and State elections! -- ---
--
national
The --
'vD surfeit of political 1 editorials but fortunately next Tuida; and the :Meiropo- /fight: Is again! t IvpuLIicaniMu and ball! en.Vi'e fat people to abfi-'h their . . -. -*- . . .
I occur So inlism and lit m""ra(' must aft
f"r. the campaign, will boon be 1 Its emphasizes the ..ug&:",l1or. to tjieIhmocratlc own supunilaiit adlpuse tissue
till ev.rt its vupiciracy' on this occa- @
ftr.! : OYer. }S St ; voters of Dade county tie ion After Injecting,,; ol've oil into :She peritoneum !- .

I district and th' State of /gilnna! |pica he found' that Hat been talarged
It-looks a| if the HOD. Alton Brooks congressional Therefore, let every Democrat ep to Tn S n lere
-1(1 Parker Is going to Washington on the I generally hat they do not fail to feo the | oils TII... duty. the npcratnn. on repetition, finally e out and all modern -
and cast their vt-tes for determined 1 a rapid! absorption: He thenhased ; convenience hare ,
the
gulls '
::1> ; 4tl| of next }larch, to remain for four I i iyears. to His party needs its hiS co.uitry needs It ( been inttalled. 1 J
I of the party from tfcp, that the injection <)f serum
;;t | the nominees and his home need It t
.t"; __ : first on the ticket to the last at the --u--_ from a guinea pi? thus treated gave tot| t
0 It may be there are some on a second animal the power of absorbing ':< ; (FORMERLY "PIONEER: ; HOT L."
", noo.eYIt'j Cabinet U on the stump. I bottom. A RED RECORD.
and some o( the .members are not enJoying j I'I't. the ticket that are not of your chore 1 Injected! olive oil very rapidly. The t E. A. FORSSELL. Proprietor.
"""""" i '
.J.! -' Democrats were the I reaction seems to depend on the oils
the p rformance. Hay and Taft but they are RATES
FROM
$2.00 UP
; the people Within less than ten months of the''' employed, so that It can be easily told
.: '' choice of the majority or
t
; : have said things ;that tend to cheapen
such should be given the same present year in thirty-two counties out whether or not It was olive oil. The
.f.tJi11D. In the, eyes of the'world.. and as Corner of Eleventh Street and Avenue B.
I 1'e, j .o- ._. consideration as those o' your choice of forty-one In South Carolina one t experimenter thinks it possible' by Injecting i

iJ. Grover Cleveland says he believe and liking. :1 hundred and l sixty murderers er homl-: Into a fat man a serum obtained + MIAMI. FLORIDA.

Judge Parlor would make as good a All of them-every OP '-are so much cities were committed. This Is an average | from an animal Into which .-H-.-. -*-.-.-.-.-.t-. . . . ; d

to une oBered by the of five to the county. How many human fat had been previously\ Injected -
--- --
President A he1 did himself.! It he preferable any -----
Hu I that there 1s no reason why i of these iheddera of human blood to make the subject g-ow thin !
+ 'does, there|}wlll\ ba no opposition,
.( and history will i class klcllomlne'l they should not be supported. 'We cannot -I' have been pta.|ahedf The Charleston to some degree. Rut fat people need ; Riparian Right Farm Cheap ; .

1. .. 'tke greatest Presidents'' the' country all have our Brst crolce and Way News and Cooler says: "It is rather not hope for too much says u writerin

1r -ever had. | '! I. In the nomination of candidates, but difficult to give a general summaryof ('0111II011. They hare not yet been I have a big bannln in an Improved place, right on the bay 17 miles

,, ,\, !I : D we can and do always have better candidates : the reports, but they how. that no experimented on. and though this process south of Miami, and one mile below Cutler. The farm consists of JS acres.

f4 .General Stoesael should capitulate. than the Republicans Populists white man was convicted of murder may bare made guinea pigs leanIt 9 of which arc Improved, with a grove of 450 Avocado Pear trees, 300 Mango

4J Hk heroic Defense of'Port Arthur baa or Socialists. Each of our candidates ,' and sentenced to' death, that eight may not do the same thing for trees from I to 3 years old. and a Urge variety of other fruit; consistinx

/ satisfied ev ry demand of honor and rejrement ls the collective choice of the party. white men were convicted of manslaughter human beings Besides. It seems of limes, tuivaa row applet, lappa-dllloa. flgm Pussian mulberries and a i ,

.--'G (. of war. And the: Japanese honestly and fairly chosen It I I. therefore sixteen tried and acquitted scarcely probable that the leaction nice flower garden. A four-room t..se and a two-su ,t.'i'.>

,. -.; aboold agree for the garrison to march the sworn poliCY and political dutyof and that there are twenty awaiting would be the same with the actual I Has two driver rum a cistern an I an ol'<'Dwell. Will\ sell exceedingly
:I Democratic vote to give them trial. Two negroes were convicted of bodily tat as with drop of emulsion cheap. Write to the owner.
every ,
honorable terms. The bloody i
,.., oat under
collective support murder with m recommendation to Injected into the circulation from
a >tragedy ought not to Abe! >> longer con- Individual and I S. L. JEFFORDS. m
t..a" ,tilntted. f There are many and various reasbns s mercy twenty were convicted of man without.-Philadelphia Tl"-cord. Cutler. Fla.

r..l l
s t -
.t ;





*; f Contract i for ioe Steel Bridge Has Been Let 1 )





J,' : ; This is Our First Public Announcement '



t.;! 1j Of the' fact that five have now paced upon the market a f few of our lots on the west side of Mia ni River and we will briefly describe their

:



q4 1d'tai t. 9 ;i I LOCATION{ AND PROSPECTS 3. t




to and complete A petition wu presented by the than talc' to $i_>ii.. and these
Bridge Company fract !lots
...: s All of the Iota were: laid off in the are ;a.-low we .ist a few furnished houses s' .
." original plat of, the city of MiamI a magnificent brldg i'PCros8 the river property owners also fur paving streets unly 120 to 14' feet i;>..V. while ours h., rent for the season: rt: ;;
;; Mil 50 feet at Twelfth street Tfita steel draw will and laying sewerage which will be lire 15u:; feet. We keep a Iree team at
full alA
I Florida and are| i,
fe ';
e : Itoom House
; and 30 feet paused at th.r: : next meeting, we door Fourteenth street, $500. M
'fd1 choicest Iota in the city be 1IOV4 feet in length agree our ready to show our Iota to :
tho
:J These are doubt as they are only wide. Including dote walk This lag to donate the city's portion of the real seekers of homes or investors, and S Room House, Avenue C, $325. '${

.t.." four beyond!blocks any from the: pout-office: and draw will be suppled by concrete cost of same. It Is our intention to will b* pleased to give you our time if .-Room house Seventh street. $(00.tiHoom .

'' EYer7 lot U In full and steel and concrejl pillars. The entire make this the pride portion of the city, you are inearnest. Remember also, House Seventh street $300.

m bwsuee rtew nDoTJlOOU': the oeanUfulitlaail length ct the f bldge wilt be 29 hence will\ not set. any lots to other that we mean what we say 1Vbea we IJ-Room House Ninth street and y '+

$4t river anti also a perfect view of feet, and Is i to be completed than desirable persons, and In less tell you that only a few lots will\ be Avenue C. $800.

.tile JwsineM aDd prominent resident and ready for travel January 1, 1905 than twelve' months we confidently ex- sold lit these prices but that you have Below we list a few special bargains

_'i* portion of the lefty lta Duly flvemtiriP by the ie Company. pert this part of the city to have from the choice 01 all of them and that we for sale:
a
; pralk from Blacayo Bar Besides this, we Jjkve already arranged .",.ii. to I''""> of the choicest buildings and guarantee to build the bridge and pave Avenue H. lots, $10 cash and $5 per ,

r' where the beet! empties Into It. and to pave Ele&nth, Twelfth and homes to be found In the oil) fully! the streets at no cost to those who pur- month.

e; being situated on the south and west Thirteenth :streets. Jgjd Twelfln street equipped wuh water, n-werage and i has* from us, and that both will be Bay-Front Lot. 150x190. $.,501); easy ; y.

1.?v)' aims/ | the breeze' from.the bay sweeps nlll be not only coBleted by January electric lights: completed by January 1, 19<5. if money terms a

; ; ", vnbrokan up the river and BCTOBS the lit. but it w'll be extended west and :Now we offer only a few more lots will do it. Hememtxr. also that if you 6-Room House bay front lot ripariau t {

-'k-'t t PlltjlO that :in dimmer It U Imposs.ble l laved till It intersects the paved road at the above prices and termbefore 1"ulIht a lot as near as Seventh street rights tropical: fruits and shrub- 3'a
through tha Gene I Lawrence prop- we advance prices. which is further that It wouMint : '
to gM a mon delightful location for a : aiay ht>adjC'ining city; very cheap at
',} p borne.Erery. ertv. thus making wj$ the most traveled Do not forget that Twelfth street Is jou from I1"to |l.r M>. with water, I V""I. ; '

jot o4 this entire tract Is thoroughfare abjit the city, as .t the best o-i" In the city as it has and, sewer ';-! oom Houtr. with lot 75x151 1900.

,r) hlth and on pine land consoquei.tly will save two mllel\\ istanre going and nearly all (h., finest brn. k and, stone \\V have 5 s cu .11 the rat eilaie !mines I- Farm of 45:; acres, all cleared 1,000

rt0 there is no harbor for mosquitoes, nor oiniui. from the ?:*Hh Orange Glade business bio-ks. in the center and the for moi than twenty year*, and trees, oranges, limes grapefruit

t II Ute breeze cut off! from the bay by properties, f-[ finest and most elegant residences. on know how to uet properties to sell kumquat*. cocrnn'if'. etc many in ) 114

den$ hammoi-ks or forest tree Now onl I; a few :word more. Weno'ineil eaih end. It is seventy feet wide and If ;>ou are -'ranaer in the (city do hearing three acres In bananas;

This prpnertjl would hs-ve long: since a fev of nit, friends and clients has 10-foot r.dewalks. The courthouse rut' .lie driven: op hv the prices that are :3iVnMI' pineapple pliyiU, two-thirds

f+ beep the 'ftller( of the city and built In the city wllla..p were going to and f'ity Hail 101IIrp only three given oil "'1 p..rl'' which are of- In bcancg; has an 8-room house

R 1IP ,...th elegant.)tomes, but from the do. namely Fell a flhiited number of blocks 1 a\\ 11'an
t3s. bet there was'! no bridge across the our lots at the sjsfli, sum of Iasi for and electric Unhid are already completed I Tut see u* for I'rt1.rti.! that are eirlusively :- U.:.-VI.

r Miami river near' !t, so that to reach It inside lots, and $m: for corners, one- to the river's edge, waiting' : only handled i.j our firm and get 80 Acres two mile west of Let son City r

,'.j$ ;w'S s TOO had [Ito piss more than a mile. third rash. bulanc diie and two years for the hrldci- to cross oxer "nl, one pr"1'' give: you abstracts. I'''1>0'. on aenod rock road: good !

Besides, there were no" paved streets Some fifty of our||fiends l who knew Those of you thinking of I. tine: a to our propetM and' e ,. warrant every neiehliorr.ood.: Price per sere $15.

r or roads to this polt.-BeahTiug the im. have alre'tdy booitht([ lots, and quite home ju-t think! for a moment we sol 1 teed l leasing: i. ir ofllte: If you area .'r: ." .r.... on. and a half miles west of

,si tall Importance of opening. up this a numb will bu Jeleicaot homes as the lots on I twelfth street to the river Lancer we w |II| !h. glad| l to ir"Ft yon Little River Depot $"i: ) per are.I ti

trait we secured a few weeks since soon as the bridglt1e: co-np'etcd. The just a little more than one \et.r able and will give silo the t...neflt of our ::"' Aires one and a Half mile from :

: an'ipUon on all this property at n- Council, at their fii t meeting October at f J.:>" to $::"." cai h. now ..IIl"'t of them iwentv y.a'V xperience In "seltlrg Cutler part prairie, part pine; the ae

>ta eedlnBly low bgV >s> and have already ?o. 1904. oniered ,jdewalks laid an a-r. 'built up with fine houses, and no uiiir grove f.inrs. homes. Investments cheapest property In Dade county.

X t Contracted watt the Converse Steel Twelfth street to tenue K. va'H.t lots tan now be had for lens or any r'omn"on! In our power. Price. $ OO.'j ,

; !tl .



'j : J. H. TATUM a CO0 ..ti' t



4- i ,


_Rooms_ I 4 8, 9, and 10 Frissell Building, = = = = = Miami, Florida.


I


Yi',FJ. i.. ,.FYk. ;.I',....,.. ..... Io" "'''''. "''
':t.'to' ; It{ ..ff:: '" : :'" :;e'me i.Y"



IIL ...u: .:--"" >._._..":-._-;-,.-..'" .Iij'...j -"'".. ".- ... .. ,.'.!,'-. ....-" .,.,.-.,.' ,"-.7' >..'v--j-:: .,-":.1<':;.....'.-.. .,.... :'.:(k ;..1:'::". ..",: .' -. '.. '- -_. '" =' '_ :- ..:. -_ :,,_ :._.: .. .fi

.
il' -

: b !



QUESTION ANSWERED



The professions" I -t f



. 4i' Information of Interest to the Prospective Settler

i

t Concerning Mi.tml and the Southern

I P..et.z =a dc x wt tI I Portion of|)ode County. w yI


ATTORNEYS AT LAW. .: .1,. I

r' ww practice la,all oonru.peat and Federal :|. ,'I
1i..n1il lirtlltliilir. iiimliilininl pHacttn( 1 So many Inquiries are directed able a* In ny section of the country }

L'J. U.4 TttlM. r,' the Metropolis by and far more so than In moet Is the SafestInvestment :r

r o.Box2ff.! Miami Fla. |I or homeaeeker* concerning condltirfbj- THE CITY'S FUTURE. I R I E

I' j, existing In this part of the country, Miami possesses all modern convenience ea s t a e
Pot. 8KAQQ3.: M. Di;, |! and the burden of correfpondenc pn* of civilization as electric lights/: On Earthhere's

Offlee with led CTOM Pturaa-j tailed thereby ha become *o h6 jt: water works, sewerage, telephone system -= =-=-7 --7 '

aeYdenee loatb atrcc that we have attempted In the following free mail delivery, three newspaper =

corner Are C I' article to summarize such Information two national bank, one State

f 3iA3SI : FLORIDA. : as Is most Important and' io bank etc. It ha mile of beautiful an Opportunity within the rcuh;!h! of Everyone

S answer the question most frequently! ,streets of native white stone It Is

DL 1. Y. l CI:8Ul'ra.: I asked. It Is hoped by this mean lfiat I practically the terminus of the Florida to make a

t < omcE:j a sample copy of the paper, of which East Coast Railway, for though an extension -

rt D. ''! hundreds are sent out, will In moet of the road bas recently been r .
AVK.
i HOTEL BISCXYNE BLOCK,
I I cases serve the purpose Intended Better built, penetrating the farming lands Profitable Real Estate Investment
{
MIAMI LORIDA. I'Ir than a personal letter. Sped dii! forty-five miles south, this Is merely
--
: I I I formation may be obtained by wrflnf.| a feeder to the commerce of this city.

I'' QR- W. -B. RUSH, I to any of the real estate or other fltm: Here are located the steamship docks J--.."........-....

i i whose advertisements appear In tjils of the P. ft O Steamship Company, -
i Office KS-lSth street, Tbone *4. . . .
t I paper; and the best way to become'Iarrllltr whose lines are operated to Key West ..:! L'l" J l.rrr. u..t. . I. 'CIIm.J : .

't Residence, O'119tp :Mj; with local conditions, progress, to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense -J;:; lr.Tl-r.r r. .T' f] 4." :; HE: F C f m ;jTI EHEEJ

a t 1 MAlJ.| FI.A. II Industries and current happening, wharves, etc., are being projected, to .'.,' 'J'.:' r'I'j'l.t.il I 1 t 'I'I'f.1 F J j'.lll"c '1 [.1}[! .ti [ RfaL1'JGBfBJ'r"'r'rrr.T1rT'lr'n d

-. '. -'. "I. ; ; ; .II'11 n,... r.,.. . ski
while contemplating removing to:|hl.* keep pace with the vastly Inc"aaedI I 1 1'1" --'rTTTTq
Ikt I 7-, ""' .. . .... . .
f. W. BACKtJS .. r:: , I #
i section Is through reading the Dally I maritime business that must follow on ...1 \. \ I I. d .... I.U ... 'L'j'J'. Yili p
C7!. the ..... .\-. .I'. pi...'1."J.r nr. _.t .''T. : r'" .
or the Weekly Metropolis, the foxier deepening of the harbor work on : ... ,:rv" ,, .io1.r..r..if r. .
t .. . : 1 "
_
:<-- "l I !. ffij [lli
r5 Plans, SpeclQcatioDf of AM and: Kind.Detail, Fine Made of which will be sent to any address I which Is now actually progressing An I '-_.,, .";-. ----J.r_..;.-l..1.: j Ll..ij'.J: 1 2i..f." If.l1.I.li: ", ,{.. .1'U' "

iite for BulldUgs at the rate of $5.00 a year $!.*><{or appropriation of $300,000 has been secured rrJ: ] ; :
Residence Specialty. [ITBL 'J
a I I I :!t5 S l.l; 'CG1 rffirmrH-n.mr-rmg
j three month; the Weekly a large.IV from the Government for harM : .H r ::J.mrnr.r..r:1r.r.r.: :
OiFlcv, 13is, AVE UE D. I ." !" : I LHi'l1fi "" ", fT]
!' terrovcsT's, ard the ncri.:
.. pd8e i-aptr-balLg mtl'ed: for $1 fcp -- II
year. $ East Coast Railroad I* also pledged to I _

ID- Rogexa. expend like amount. Thus I t
3D. THE CTTT OF MIAMI. 1. a $600,000
I II now being need for this purpose andIt : The Johnson-Waddell Addition to Miami
;
n.', C1v1l'. tS. :.ots ttilt =.i" il Sprang out of the ,,wilderness eight .
yean ago, the railroad having reacted I* a moral certainty that further appropriation IN PLACING THIS,, SUBDIVISION ON THE MARKET. WE HAVE MADE "

::sNd-- ; this point April 15. ISM. Prior to this will be secured until the THE STARTING PRICES VERY LOW-|>5.tl4l( UP. TERMS. TEN DOLLARS t

wai harbor I* In a condition commensurate DOWN AND THE BALANCE ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK.1
trade principally
Fla. time tore WhOM
one ,
431 UthHu. Miami
>rr arK No.. with its Importance from a commercial 6oil.
c4 Dajrtou.ru.X with the Indiana and f.iew LOTS 5 FEET WITH FIFTY-FOOT STREETS AND TWELVE

Tcan E.rI.errl.f aad S.r..)rl.j xVxtftk scattered famniea eking oat a preifcrloo geographical and itrateglcal FOOT ALLEYS.
rv c-a.of Kloritfa.\
La.'s livelihood by wrecking and1]the standpoint importance recognized THIS PROPERTY IS WITHIN TW 0 THOUSAND FEET OF THR BAY |

-. --DcftARMO.- manufacture of eoontl starch tike by public men at the National Capital AND WITHIN FIFTEEN MINUTES OF THE COURT HOl'SE. i
? i
WALTER C. I IIi the only evidence of dTlllsaUoiC;|On and by an who win study the location BUY NOW AND REAP THE BEN EFIT OF ADVANCE IN VALUES. T
of this port and Its relation to Inanl-tr LL
July 2S. I89. Miami wa incorp.r}t da
f and Sooth American: commerce to
t P oJ1jteo't. a city furnishing peps thtf only SEE McAllISTER BECK .
ay nothing of Ute vast trade that =
fVll
Instance on record In which lip ,
must spring into ezictene upon the
,
Hedged\ city earn Into existence :
Room*4Metropoiia: building. out first having been a town free completion of the Panama canal. Real Estate

Miami. "'la.I A glance at the map win how the
tlv L hours 8 to *<2. hundred registered voter are rdqjftrfed most canal observer the poaalbmtle STTITSthere 4.. IIATCSE'IT: ; BLTIL NG S

to entitle any community to be .eafled
R. H.. SEYMOUR a city, lea than that numbev tonsti- the future bold for the Magic City. iaxYliFlorida:

law tutlng a town. At a meeting hdd 'tot SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. ,' ";, -': --_ I.::. ., va4tt
t Attorney -:;:: :- :: :: ;: ::: : : _c __
the purpose of Incorporation j three Miami ha one of the beat pubic!;
+ -i
r f and ccB-half months after the :"first school In the State embracing both

Will pnctic U allpme State and fnterat | train reached Miami 344 voteB Were the common and high school eourres
.. attratiui ID Ci>r|"<'rilUnMMercantile '
Particular
this
i cast The phenomenal growth of; The building are large and well ventilated
P'bae Lawoboe
Real E.tate 'and
ff'f i. PiuMi B.iWm. MIA.KL 11.4. | early period ha been sustained and there 1* a competent con

1 ___ : throughout the eight yean of the of teacher A Catholic convent Is to I
\ ---+ ,
city'* history. cv' be erected this summer, which wU: II Yr

White Eakle Barter3ShotuI I POPULATION. ETC. ,ill i iI provide Instruction for both sexes. I

resldenl There are also private schools -
I Miami has at present a pop- a musical
.
Fouhaid oaitiL ;, ulatlon of between 4,000 and 5,000] In ronscrvatf and art school, 10'' ---- -- --

Best Service in the City. 1 i tho winter months this populatiqh! :.is that every edu......tlonal need may be I' 1* thus saving of about $ '00 I one moat cast his lot some hundred o, C Yoir4'r :

COLBY Proprietor augmented by the addition ofr4an- supplied There are about thirty I an acre which 1* the coat of tih d@ae i miles to the north and accept the cole ARE
A. ,
dreds of visitors mostly of the wealthiest flourishing schools In the county. further north. There are ten to twelve i that Is part of the legacy of lajj-
:SOn Twelfth Htr! t. e
,
classes, who come to enjojr .the Every religious denomination is I thousand plant to the acre, and tb I where the e things can be growr

i 3FLelleitOleW.CMAYNARD. i l Ideal climate and the finest fishing, In represented and the following have fruit brings In the neighborhood d I Neither! Is this a st kra"lng'counrJ I
:
1
,
the world To accommodate Ihese handsome church bulldlngr: Pr !bytertan. from 60 cent a dozen for Red eras There Is a "no-fence law," which 1* s ,'I GOINGa
...
I ar.s..te01"'
*. visitors! there are numerous nplels Episcopalian, Catholic :'1. E. ish to 25 cent apiece for Porto WOOl I great boon to the settler of limltec

4? j jAT ,i and boarding hcnises, principal t thong Church. M. E. Church, South and The percentage of plant fruiting depends moans, and there I* very little live ',

';D, lint to rost-Offlc ,: which Is the Hotel Royal Palm a| Immense Baptist upon the care and Judgment a hock In the county. On the othe TO BUILDIf t

% lusts Icutlilj Fitted: i I I building, 640 feet long, 3(b feet SOILS AND PRODUCTS. crdse In their culture, some growen I band If it Is desired to engage In the ,

4e .wide and five stories high with Sccoml having incceeded In eecuring frill culture of citrus fruit, pineapple, va
G,iUhw, Clocks Jewelers, The '
principal Industry this
; l I modatlons for 800 guests, beside* lobbies n seertion from 90 per cent of the plant In thattplnerle : sloes tropical or semi-tropical fruits 1

,1 rotundas, dining rooms, $a> -. Is the growing of fruits and win : the rowing of vegetables at the sea so, we would like to IL-

k c. c. CARROLL"Th I etc. It Is set In twenty acres oftropiral 'ter vegetable for the Northern markets i Land may be Purchased from SS o* !ion of the year when all other partcf / terest you In using the I 4s'
I Tomatoes form the
Homeaeeken$' gent My list .of 1 gardens beautiful beyond description 1 staple crop J10 an acre up depending on praxis the rouutr) art In the grip of winter
: There several other line..ls, I but there are large quantities of othav I I this section offers Decided advent
crs City and Country Property>> cannot be arc I 1 11t7 to road and shipping point Goo Miami Lime Stone
: vegetables gro1t't8U'b I
as tomatoes :
;' beaten a* to quality! and prices. Come : smaller than the Royal Palm;, ld be I :land on rock road within I miles o aces over any other ortion of th. ,:
\ pant! beans eta The i
.1 and -. You may pave; money, and sure, yet larger and .*ith better."'erricI egg peppers Miami may be had for $30 an anti an j United State The walls of Tl
planting season extends from about 1 I a building
uUeitcUon.t i than Is usually found In to of somewhat less than that sum for lane -
! future I October 1 to January 15, and the bulk I constructed of his stone .r--
the size. At this [*bother -
twice ;not Immediately on a road. The saint "1111"n of John

: C. C.; CARROLL, 1! five-story hotel 1 II In Pr< of of the shipments are sent North from :I luallty of land farther away froo vai he?. who had the misfortune to be areFire
Notary Public I ; November until :May although, there I '
p erection .it( transportation facilities can of course litlun 1>> a wad l dog on W.dnrsday of

214 AYI.D.)etSf6MO, ,1M TWDSTWtTS. The population Is eofImopolltJJ ,.'every being practically! no difference In the I be purchased for lea. The land tins : t': ,! .t w 'o\ ,,1111 IH' gent to the. ram- Proofand /
s7 '" seasons, seeds may be planted or \eg-
State In the Union furnishing Its promising In appearance to those a< nr Inititute' in AtHnta for treatment

GEO.'; L. MCDONALD quota, of representatives Aft jiftdeirablf ,"tables gathered any day In the jut 'I' "ustomed to the deep, rich soils a I A .Mihnption wan heins: circulated .i
unknown Vegetables are grown .finally on the practically everlasting it
> foreign elrment Is other States, being rocky and sand) lor\ the gen"rotihfsited: cltl'ens for
Civil taghoeerSam..l. I l prairie lands, whhlch are free from I 1 After once up there Is no '
CLIMATE. $k *et results can be obtained from bear the pest two or three day! sod suM-

.., aal Sabdlrldlnr Land a 'pure expense of repairing or a
marl. painting. Tbe first cost I* ,
GROVE. fLA. : after visiting California and other sec- I from the more fertile section of th the lad proper attention at this ln
.. | lions where climatic conditions'; are Fruits are grown on pine lands Country. Fertilizer must be used. bathe >*. It "as Intended to fend him but little more than wood
while the IPermanent i a
,
fonslfiered at their best, we cart Qnes- which are slightly higher than the return more than justify the eilendlture I Monday In charge; of a physician but

L 3 ARE YOU GOING Itatlngly say that Miami has the; Roost prairies and In th'j section very rocky Involved ;it was derided later to send hIm this

't I perfect winter climate in the i.ua ted This rock Is a peculiar coral formation I I morning Cost r

North or West ? States Cold Is almost nnknofi), even containing a great deal of plant food People of energy and industry anI j \\h-!! > the !-I -.- very -Ilthtly bitten -
I and the
I the slightest frost being very), rare as evidenced by the fart that In mmr I heartily welcomed country'development and has suffered no Inconvenienceor considering repairing'"
t I, being practically just begun l'
THEn The warmth of summer Is legit trod places orange!: and other fruit trees arc rain. It was thought advisable to pairing. Is much less thaa
l there Is room for all to reap th i
bv the cooling!: breezes from the ''At to he Keen bearing thriftily, though: Ida" him where. In the event :If' might wood. The appearance to ?'

LonisYille! & Nashville Ian tic. and the highest temperature apparently standing on a solid plate I suit benefits of such which development must ensue Capital as the find r* ''have been affected a cure could be efffctrd much superior to other f

a s'rl> .. recorded bv the government tb, Mtlom- of this rok Being! of a porous or :' CainesTllel Sun. materials as the IMIAMI.
i? Railroad eter during. the summer month 1 h 98. honey-combed structure the roots o' here most profitable Investment while I r
labor Is In demand and well paid. Peo
Oftenuoexcelle4ruangerwrnire.Modern HEALTH : *. ,I the trees are enabled to penetrate ; Architectural Possiblities
I area
pie of moderate who
means come her
.I
| traips currying Pullman The (city ranks among r e.'Iht In.!and draw ample sustenance from what
sod buy a small tract or land make'smodest
I Unlimited.
.t& sleepers, p-to-date! o aches. Ire.. re- the 1'nitPd Statps In point of 6alth I unpromising II
I' home, set out fruit trees an .
f elininr chair! cur, and dining cars There Is entire freedom from charts I ,
while waiting for these to come Int We Raw the stone to any
'n LY makes beaut'f' and durable building!
between o >ri.liernifciidtuuluitru; citit-. and there are no "prevailing dllef.lt's". | a !
: In si -e. We have turned
1 Iraergage trucking are. IL.
The finett dinlnricar<< service in the Tho.-e ailments. which are comrnpn to material l. and the new court bouseand f'
i t without columns and planed mould +
T'o- exception successful; !
!tt South I all parts of the country .edit, ? be Jail. 1ft well u several residence-- I ;
All Agent* Sell Through Ticket viacL. here robbed. In part of their powef.'asthey : In the MY. built of this stone anmurh I And this nccess costs IPS effort thaI 2 Pa7 TTEi'Z.3IFatr ings '
I In o'ltr: parts of tb.ro':! rry whir Broken stone for Rabbi I
rv ni tally appear) In a raUdlform l .. admired by all visitors ft else 1 ,. .
I > Walls crushed rock for t
ellmaUr
the condlfonx r. ci'itdooi
& N. ren
and rarely leave the bad errectf Which makes the finest road material In sh.I
*
work wlbl: I.. Sidewalk ani A No. 1
.lav the
i po every yeas =
; for Batn, Schedule. Seeping lArReia.rvatitxa follow In the wake of like, rllitaeee l world and Dade county leads ill otb J'
r I with the health benefits "' Lime always on hand.
'I i 1" aopet
Apply'to elsewhere Scarlet fever and\.ldiphther1s I era In the State In mileage and condition ?:;
air lift thrown In
At l..e sam oM con r -
i are unknown, while typhoid of her highways SI.III.
J: M. Fleming, i fever I I. rarely heard of. It la, desirable -| The fruits cultivated are :-hlelT! time, people who are enjoying healtl '.t1at _vMi I

*; 'I Paa.eag.t'agent suffering from grape-fruit n-nge. and pineapples and moderate success in their preeeo ..
tract. place for those { ::-
1'\of\4a" wBaJ I
I f lat.llovlM. ,.a bug trouble, asthma, catarrh and Guavas, DUt:1e\oea. avocJo petra art' abodes, had better stay where they anTher i! lOITer- r
should be weighty reason to Influence
I' prevalent limes are largely produced but being
J7 i similar diseases which art PIERCE &!HARDIEI
to make a move of me)
anyone
In colder climate Many ", ri&lal affected Indigenous to the country, they thrivt I

To Lii Friends of Orglfllsed LiborWe { with these !in* have bou.i. here with little or no cultivation. Cltru' Importance People who b*.* mad- '

1 and have been cured or griatty Ibenefitted. trees require from three to five yean failure elsewhere are not likely to livery I CronkhiteQuarry
r4epeGfutly rsque t that successful her Irjtl'trrrjce an ,
Of course this t* not.tif) ease after planting to produce fruit Pine
< upon entetlag any .ton tomaki Industry are a* essential to good fortune ,
In every Instance. People dt"' tyre, a* pplr*, which crow on a plant somewhat curs .f
a purchase yo4 kindly 1 they do everywhere else. M'try; resembling the cactus, and whirl here a* In any other part of thglobe. non- ,....a.arl.r
: ask the clerk to ahow you his .
a. ha yet been discovered where people are propagated by etttna clip 01 Co

t Union Card. LOCAk.779. are Immune from death *nd-dt....... sucker, bear fruit In 18 month after U It I* desired to engage In genes ;,

petaII Clark' InteraMional"tea At the DIM time It mar! fte trnthfuHy planting. In this Motion they an. farming In the raising of wheat, eon

aid that the condition tending grown la the open there being no necessity ir oats, peaches.., apple, grape v

PtdeWn' MIamL to central healttfaTn aft It bvott for protection from cold and other product of the temperate son I n.oaJDA.i f d
4+f3t


tSC J ;
., I .
t t" ay :.. .
y t % t ).
7s' .. tt"At''i: ;>4o-: ::: : ..t.. ,'?'''
"
"
pY .. '
.._ ) ", A!o. Jt.-i ';::.!



,, rmm m ....... .- .

,\. ., .t ." .ih-- '.< -" -- -'-- hi.t\W': .\,... .., '., --. .. -- ,-_. ,'t- _'.r ,, _;.' : _<: .,: '::: .;::'. ; ,:"*:<'> .:::.:_r.. .: .. ::1 _.:, : '- ;.. _..... -<;': .

c y :' : J r


f Department: 1 t all summer and says: "Mr. Tatumcan i iI . . . . .


:t-: Palm-_ ./ :'Beach_ __ C' I LToPIcs. I of my feel man friends proud In New-;have of York read his,slid it.paper.and yesterday a Many business t f. Will;Furnish: :; Your; .Home; : ; ..


;;1 : L Commodore A. S Halgh. of Cat Cay. \\h) this paper looks like a big city

s r. is i IQ the city todav lie came over In paper'{ ." Madam Try lam further says ti4
West Palm Jlt-ach, Fla November 4 ha resemblance! to the teellefsock- Without
4 his fine )acbt which is now at Cocoa- thai several of her friends In the North your ever feeling
-on the tabl! in the reading room of ntddi and cricket Today it Ji.lfcattere.1 -
nut Grove. will come to Miami Ihs! winter with
the Seminole r; Hotel. in the s>]>pe of', all over the streets e ptf. lly ihe Intention of Investing here asthey 4I it. A dollar or two aj i *'
under sidewalks. and moxt of them arpIad. '
Molting; pa4. tbt'rei is a paper, a
;!'
The ketch-rigged pleasure yacht Etta
) hate read and heard so muchatorable i I
1' -41e frank of Chauncey M Depewlaudlag The) seem to be harmlcfs. do DO enter week is
: owned b\ Mr. Chas. ''' '
May: Searjoantson. : : to :Miami and section plenty i -.1
Theodor Rooeevelt II is earnarked : houMt and are not known |o preyupon ,
I{ of Cocoanut Grove has been chartered
!,; "Part of Congressional Record I IYon'e. iI any iUis of vegerauon.ltWhatare !: J I is 4
ofis.itors for 1- Your
cruise
i hy a part a ( In BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. credit
." ElerlKdy) tho They are tailed nfreflhe good.
} knows that a :I > the Ke\ II. She is now laIn..; In the 1
$ew4or or Reireseiiati\t| | has the rhbt':; <.1],- trie I'UK" and it is asserted yyiat' river wailing tor their arrival:
She lal I'r.jl'alllrran'rt a..'j New Enough said.GIRLS
) V tank main.r through the mails not one of 'hem ah ever s.eq.here. I
until the mirodui 11011 of ..;>ctnfKMileutl ijthlS Clashes Formed hv Su\rlllt"ldent. __ 1
Bvidentl rel"rredo I is I
thPt paper \ al,' The himsebj.it Kurglade. Capi HoUe. -
.; the ) they haie l>eeii h.-r.bllfhe: '. -- DOT FORGET TO CLIP
tJ ampaigu dixuiruirif gotten up by master Much was .n port a few wkiksairo THESE HICK'S STOVE TRADE
to uni.'. and only since the exi8t let of ( The IJililc\ School as organized bj :MARKS AND GET *
Nauunal 'impairu I A REAL
sr Republican corn en route from New York to St TRUE Tt'I! ( : STOVE. THE GIRL UN- ,
x BiUee. and Ute freak or Depen is In '>r:s'H! lichts; han tll..I'f'f'u. tOlifn-t... I'aul. !Mi'in to take on (hoard her owni ,ill,' sUpt"rtllt'ndenl will bold! Its Oral I F DEK I It! WHO BRINGS: US THE MOST BEFORE DECEMBER K. + Y

fused in then nocturnal! fliKhU\ Sj toiinpinpe met ling m the Baptist Church nell GETS; ITSEWING.
: print Just aa the b And yet It goes through the mall'free: iiixin! walls causl- theist' alll ( III.! last Thursday after a stucehslul Sunday at '':43:> It m This is the first -- i
+:"1 [to ; -erwc to l h. bold in the rhuil since i ; ;1-Rl'X
s't, Campaign m4tter. |going thm i;;h tbiluuU nr Mnoiii injur and fall ', the and, uneventful tript MACHINES. IFISE: O\K CASE. FIVE t

f Issued from Democ.rail MiurcesB ground: On the ,.nterc tabl'.. fq\ eii its .mpt'\lun.| t YEAR GI'ARANTEE.\ DROP HEAD. UP-T6 DATE THAT'S THE

M't; >u l be prepaid Do |thGoviinmeut.. up ''h- morning. are two of IIt\tf"u- ftures. II a m 'onuirrow the pastor willpnaih Following i* the program; in lull t

!; a mails and all.!Belong. tfi the Kenjb'lia-n:" one il d.'ad the other ni'irfbund + at tin. 1'ret.lntilian C'liurch on''' 1 1. Opening|' chorus : "SUNSHINE1 18 ar.d $22.j .

r party and has, It jhe right; to prostitute Some pay that they exist thro'ivjit the I "Tl," (:r.'nt I IsMii-: :Mrs! Ruth Stenwa'l J. School hymn E"'Y"-\YMENTS.!! '( '

the agencies ;"eilis'i "All (he Hart :T Prayer
t (Con, rt recitation Matt C::34! .
to part purposes* fometi-ne ago:; th< r" that th y are a t product ojivthe:_ ('aul..h". Mis Miiiwdll is j trained

,, was displayed( in the \po-.-omc.1 here a water JH>I a> the mosqiiltn iir.rtjrwjon vii'. -lisi and in h.... unlive !and has ", Song. Mrs W. H Johnston's class I The Dade s

Ily! is This do.'s nut Teem ri'obaj'lcForiunatelt 1 0; lesson reading County
placard, a oampaijm d'numeut. l -rbapri lw n a "lu tnnittl l ID sang blo'e largeandlrntrs
yn "trjeclrlc i i. A>-+' ;nnh'IIt of elasseeClass
the failed
r two ani) a bait b t ) Ihr'.e f.,et. so r
bug seems to l I.e harmless both tit m"n .. recitation
ices violation -- --
not that a of the rules
and regulations s of' the phtollue Department aid things \\ ,'rf'1t others I lee it would, ; The t taiL-e: .hotllt.r lions'' le',,' Savan- :9 Song I b>' w hole cc hool I Furniture Company
I in Talk bthe nu. ,tor, frV E
t ( li.> a serioui ls't i : i illa. owned bv :Mreatberell.. of New X13
e
,rte .1411 I Turk. and whiih has ''''LIO ber'hed up -tan ton THE HOUSE THAT TREATS I #
I II I Sons Mr; Ro."I'"' lass with IIIh! YOU RIGHT"C.
"
tad There was k \'ry eno) \'8)blv enter 1'ie! irlrp6.me s)&um ill tills Citj. the 'ivir all 'mi'nn'r. was tal,> U down "rh'sll!I l lass : CSI 1 IIltO\\-:. M. BROWN Jr. I

; talnm..nt glnn last night a' X.apf'i.Hall I has trot provin ratihfa( turj a'lt1'!It Is I to ('.c..anui'Iroye: this mornir:;; wherehe I 1. H' torts of ii.ic'hr> ..NON NN N..N .NNN N. . . . . . . ,+1
under toe auspices of the Vest {,rut ahle thin in the near fulirre ma will In mule readytot ID.< r. 'ssioiiIA
.
; _
11 Cloning: p'l.rf'\.s\ __
Palm Beach flee Cjuh. the ape ',,al l featurv tenal hanv-s w.ll: I be maiieiK'trxr i I the firs< of ii' xl inn..Hi when her n
I I Ail people who do not r. Kiil..riat- .ANNOUNCEMENT.TIIC
of which were ,lel>Khtfu] veal I the present plant Null u,' r 'ihodelcd\ i uujier: arr'v' fun' i the \nriht .
s"h,1
'"ml I a Sabbath' an urdlallyrutrd
Pr*' Biusic by theylub. I,lif.id damiaj! ;. The and improve or .,1... a carve flnitlNewill to a-I"'III tin service mt Sur- MUMI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNT3: THE ENGAGEMENT

young gentlemen composing/; nIl' club IHgrant..',I to a CourIttina Ibnlgta- .\ the l"ir ,: I!,must r'nirdi tom K l.iand if thes'Ike Hie servu; be< ume .
? VJeii-rs. M. ) Yar bureugh.Pike: ? nv--that I..f the ixKtu.; franBlsei : I row mu, : ;'trg it a'I t evellent: IIIMSH-al a n..rn. I..r of the school The lasses OF THE SCHOOL O.. EXPRESSIONND PHYSICAL CTL7URE. HERt'1'

r s Ceo Philips CA. I+ Lane and, f M tn lx unori'l I or abrogated Th !|t.s i l"U'TlP" "iII.'!| l *. n''"IO'r.1 I mio ip!, which : ha'y' lieen ara.trcd as fol'ow I.O\G: EXPERIENCE: : AS A TEACHER EMINENTLY FITS HER: FOR THE ''

Lopez, deserve much credit fur their more or 1 ire- t'otnlli..aIlOl. in c>|60nlunaitioni1 will I I' "'tart.'i'ingi'tg, : In the Mej-srs. No 8. Advanced! class composed| of \\ OKKJ1KS.

: stated contributions to the pleasure of and It may b3 that Id fenl111- //1V \\ and It I i1: Hall P.r.iwn and 1I 1/elar'no CARY WILL P.E PLEASED TO :MEET THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED -
a 'lie' parents mid l other glow' i peoplewho
orlety ; lug a new friuthise th' city llj fun ( Mr DiOarrno will al-o assist IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND EXPLAIN HER METHODS. '
; I desire to make a acclimate study
;ate Those In attendahne last nigiil} wen (cup against;: a wall! That thi r 'IS-ais- !in n'her, nuisiinl! fnatiins wih. the violin it tI e H..h riptnres! CALL ON OR ADORESAnrLoLua.oezn.ent rf

Misses Isabel Donell) I. Pike :and M | content with the present servR-|! Is N. 7. Composed of pupils nf the

s Jackson Miss B. Elliott Mrs Elliott. Lp) und question The PalmSi6 Lch :
? j Miami Hiuh School and others l"i; jearsi :
lira. E. C. Gross. Mrs- M A. NloGirt. News of two weeks' ago made* jjiat.evident A. K. :Me-:Mullen. the clown of the i Jut one or over THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY Of MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE KORM- e

tad MUs McCirt. Mr and Mrs. L. Lane But vested rights are ahard pineapple arena and who. la-ms :Miami |i No 6 Buys class lompose-d of boys ATION OF CLASSES IN VOCAL MUSIC BY MISS HANNA PHEBE SHIP-

Mr. and Mr 4 Karl Zapf )lrIJ. A. thins; to set aside and unlerp thepresent as his home, t'.isa. ted. business i lot! tie grammar grades and others I 12:! PEE. OF BOSTON. .
'
J. A. Sanders Mr. and | I plant can be bought out the In Kort Pierce la:: r Wednesday Its 1 MISS SHIPPEE'S
fc Hoffman Mn, yeas of ape and over EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER OF SINGING IN THE
Mra.Hendrickion. Mr. and Mrs Hiram hello girl" in this city may hive} to dollars! to doughnuts that Mack made-.1 I Ni 5. Girls class Composed! of girls PUBLIC SCHOOLS. AS WELL AS IN STUDIO WORK. RENDER HER EMINENTLY
I' -
; continue to lit "a\lo back" 'l goof. thing/ out of the deal, he Is :!
% Cunther Mr.? and Mrs Gilbert. Miss ar .tj ': as a of the grammar grades and others 12I :! : : SUCCESSFUL

19larbatette Potu MliM Anna MaeWhlpple .t\:& warm proposition! and generally knowsa I ears of age; and over PI'P1L3 RECEIVED DAILY FROM 3 TO 4 P. M. VOICES TESTED FREE.

M Mlsj Hoffman. R. P. Padde- Work on the old pea wall has begun. good thing when be sees It.-Stuart 'j I N>. 4. Intermediate class boys 9j j. PRIVATE LESSONS. $ o.oo PER TERM OF TEN WEEKS. TWO LESI s.

'c r *.. Chu. Hodges.'C. B 8ing:.ton. R. : mainly as yet. la the accumulattp i And correspondent In Fort Pierce News I I|Nears of age and older ,I SONS WEEKLY CLASS LESSONS. NOT WORE THAN FOUR PUPILS.

>" Elliott: .F. 01; eIMle. Willie Brtnnlng."Wm : preparation of material Ear''|next j I No. :3 t Intermediate class, girls 9 $.aPER TiSRM OF TEN WEEKS. '

t- Montfort. Geo 8'rahan R. S. I week active work will begin end, jlr.I years of age and over
The First National BankOf its 1wel.. stag TRANKUN COLEMAN BUSH. Director
rtr"i Pike. A. E. Allen I Paul C. Jones the contractor thinks, No :: Second primary class .
,t -..- that within three weeks be wCiLive!, ; : Mian No I. First primary class. -- -- -- -

fcf j -Electric Bag*"':"'Last nigh, up to i!I I the work completed TIp matl'tJJIoll..' ALLOW 3 PER CENT. ON SAV- The tt'&cbers111 be present at 9:30

10 o'clock there must have been a the ground Is fin.t-claaa, and U Mr. INGS ACCOUNTS-MAKE I OANS 'that the place for the different classes

t peck of creatures called here the electric Jones is known to be a mechanic of -BASED ON BALANCES AND may be derided upon before the time I Miami!I 5

bug on the sidewalks It |'I about much ability the sea wall iwlll realst ,. RESPONSIBILITY for opening.

two inches long, an Inch broad, and both tide and time f-'t..Joooo DOES STRICTLY A BANKING I W. W. Hall. Supt.Perhaps I i r*

BUSINESS.
-
'
--- ----
; I
t---------_ I| General Kuropatkln Is con-

x ooooooooooooooor I templating the relief of Port Arthur Where
On next Friday night a Japanese entertainment People of
by going the longest around.GrOceries. ':
will\ be given at the school way


Ilk) Hudson; Bicycle. of auditorium the Cross Confederacy Chapter for the benefit The United entertainment of_the Daughters Southern I, -- .: Moderate Means ''Y.


i will be under the directions of Mrs

,, t S. 'F Grainliig. and will concKt of a'' Are Makin '['Comj j
'i
: ; Is Built to Ride. '1j I Japanese wedding drill and other :

j The choice: of professionals, because: it. isj i unique Oriental! (f'a-ur.'s.! The auditorium '!

the Best wheel made. -2 will/ be appropriately i'e' r That: are not pure and fresh niP dearat
1905 model $45.Doi't : in Japanese Haps. binding and national !
s i t: { \\p1J
s ... any iirice our goods at such
it- 1 I prices as to enable us to move thi! mbef'ire

they have a chance to pi" old. Choice Properties f: ;
.\ M! \N\i1I\f: : HOI5r.: ;}:PEH. i I
iI
: !Ttiro\v\ Away Your Old Tires:: |: : !

; Mldd'eai: : I AI1erl"sn1'a') w.tliexfllint : Hence ue alw.us lia\ <' We Have for Sale

.- : rd refen'nres, !having s"veralvears

t'"c inn \uc| tee them: iud I nuke them experi-nce in managing u hotel''

t ;(cal as new'' \\\ :an tin oi'i)' peop!.. it 1 I; at Atlantic ('it-. would like to have: a Pure and Fresh : )

J nit Miami: \\ljo{ vulcuniie! Tires position of trust 'or the winter In VIorula '! Cir 'i-:r.->ss block on Avenge D . . . . .. . . IC.SOOOO

f tl, -- a I Has experience, and! good judg- Groceries : : : 11.I ,a ml house .. ;. . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 1.%50.00 gl
ment in handling/; help! Address

The Hudson Cycle Co. : I MRS E. UA1RU ( Let Ut Prove Thh Statement :, 10 :OUI . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,00000 "

Atlantis City. N J. Box 70. I To Yon I lot and house . . . .. . . . . . . . . 1800.00 '
: r
::1 1I I

1008 Avenue"! D. Opp.' Ullendorff Block ; Miami, FU,*,i!<. : Mr George P. Bull of Oju-. Is in I I lot and house . . . . . .. . . . ? . . .. .. 9,00000 t


.uijucornnnnrioi-inn )OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO the city today. Mr Bull state that at I ; I lot and house . .. .. . . . ... ... .. ... .. .. . .. .... 4000.00
: : -- least eighty per c* nt. of the present .

-'I"' -;- --- I tomato and other crops In 'hat section !! Magnolia :I Fins house and lot,, Tfilrtenth street, modern improvements . .7450.00 +'

mmmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmmmmmmmkThe was lost by the recent heavy rains i '!'S houses anj 3 loU on Avenue B and Eighth street for all. .. $4,50000 :-

.r' :Mr Bull also II: '*iv he had .been : S houses and lots on Twelfth street, from $1 :::00.00 tq . . . 4,0000 '

I E ;old that the sa'.Ie lunations and loss I! J room house with 2ti lots whit bearing' trees Fourth street . 2.00000 > >

.;' ,a;:;;; NuAaJly'S, Who is YourDruggist ::: prevailed at Allapattah and other nearby Grocery i:, House and lot on Fourth street near Avenue D . ; . . . 950.00 :: .

lE w sections The planting at these i >-room home and lotion Third ftreet . . . . .. . .. ... 1.90000 s 5-

: : E CAMPY ? == places is most entirely on prairie or CORNER FOURTH ST Brick biiRlmss blocs! on Avenui D. . . . . . . ';i.jlOO'i :.

;;:il 'E' i low laud and I in come in..IBI'.8 the I Co EET AND AVENUE U.I ', House' and :' lots on Fittt tr. .t. !->r all . . .. . . . ;:! '.IOIIt\ :i'

";,;' .. I1--- Biscayne$ ground was covered 10:1 deptt of two :MIAMI\ FH iOairorante and grape fruit grove i.ear Cocoanut Grove . . 3ixm' (if) f:
; __ s feet with wa'er I 10 acres, throe and .me-half u>ared. bearing fruit trees rear Cocoan .t 6 6'i

-:' ,'.. I ::: uPe . . . . . . . . . . . . ".,!.OI.o ; -

#,J,== 5;j i, -*:: 'a.1 .I I M I I.alin ofrv "..rk. aiiiil '- NOTICE FOR BIDS i i r-.-'s fine farmlrF land at fuller . . . . . . ss

',,'., -. == I Drug EH s'' i>'.. s,.uih'i! 'r <'oti3e ou Saturday '. .1 f ora. re anil grain: .fruit trove at Orange Glwle! . . Eilo'0.'
,: = 1 : All of our \Urnyfs.i.'hitnic.is ;: :-.1-: \\.CU\ HIPS FOR LAYING .
; | ml night and is i now getting: his hoMe. : Ti" fine rang ori.i:':e and utapefrun erovisoa Miami ri\.r. with
c .1 ISEWElt
; .' oc Eighteenth street from r,' arian i :cht. 8t.'tsi! i* i and, O"JO
E |I'r"'l'arallllll| err :::: >>oai Hose :Mirii :cat readiness for a "
.l E This'" Store Co. t rt.. a. ::::: I 1 I. ruise rapt da.'!i's many frunds arc Crii kell avenue as shown by the city Hoe: and .: lots on Sevuuh; sir ..t. ('or". r '\venu H . . 1.J30.m>

o' )..: == has the Our nrtlnxKiri == I ul"' .d's pl"a-.N| i'! Ins.... him in Tltiistlll maps west to Avenue D. thence on'prUe F'b"' rarniii and ,. tnt> lands! from $_'' ...i< an are mi > I
.", > -- .\, D '
-< .... to channel In Miami( river
} SOLEAGENCY i ; iiuntiKnilod sir H'rnian ;".lung. of \eom" : !'v' ,-al I r'lf'he", : Imusfs to r"rt for the ,teason fall and: me uSPIERS <
.-. .<-i* =-= bs\ all!l. piit.il.lt. ;? will b" received I by the City Council at
> '< ill be h'
sMn n to I. P iii oJ.' duckhoiituii '
_: J. CAberoetHy.. I'h\',I"I\I i.. :: their next meeting. November 3. 191).. : w
'.3. .. -- :; Mr ('has F Na-thins:; will s
H in tho Council roomsBiddTs .
........
; w c: came "MI.'nh ift i' hv: b'cther retnrn"
k to do all work and tiirnifha'l & MERCIERReal
.1 UiUliUUUli liiiUiiliUiUUiiUiUUiiU iUiUiiilUiiUU TitM-viUn, \ Vi'vocat"! Mr Chas F.
!) material: work to be done under
>0;"" Vaeih'ne, it will! !". rnn.rml"1"1. wa
the supervision of the City Engineer.
.rT: --' ere last sjrmi in the Ro<.. Mar' according to the plans and spedficatiouu Estate and Insurance Agents, ,

I: Evidence has .,teen finished In the NOTICE. till hat I |I'h. nonii'nil tarpon fishing to be seen at his office.

sTicCu murder case at CbarloXtesville. A com;>etill\e examination for tie 'iik J at raesa-s freek hider! the 1111.,.- Box ITT. or I2'Xi'" Avenue D. I
Ortified check
for hundred
'. Va, and theme; ii'as argued i'numdav (1'.II'on of S;>e
it and yesterday b) the attorneys inter- the :Mate Board of Health of Florida omine here again; this seas-m for (the
.
Satisfactory bond in the sum of two
av ;rated. S will I... hi.id at the oUce of tie: State ame pnrPose MIAMI BARGAIN STORE
,
,
) hundred and fifty ($ 50) dollars to begiven
-- Hiurd of Health Ja.-otOr.\'III.! | Horlda. a
ita
..t s %/ With her tfad crushed and 4tatilated: December I. I'! ' the successful bidder. Work .......'.... ....... ......... ee ......................... ..
to he finished within thirty days aft*" e .
f A JUma Steinway aged eighteen year. of Plortda. nut ever .". years om In New tfur. +STH Ida' she 1 1.0. awarding of contract t 1 I 111'1I",. u. : : It Lou want a Iia'ain.; :
telephone hperative in Clncin'tut of aee graduates of me reputable turned there f. but
r and a on a v sit to Sino k- our
.: Council reserves the right to reject Pcnqce Silks Worilcds, : t ,
!. was f *nd Thursday >n S vacant medical college, have at least a High olm Swedon. and' "ill 'ease for Ml .in\' and all bids. 2 : Dress Goods by' the Pound.
ofvhiraburtrs ThHe ls no School literary education end hold and f titer : : a
.lot of one > mi about the first of next mu'ih II. r JOHN n HEILI."'. t
> : VlU9 | satiant. | that a membership in a county medical : : l'alland >ce our line nf CnickJ
.r % to her t exc-p societyof 'In. Hf'nrI.m/ leave X. w York ne\- President o* Council .fdNd JVajnttrrd"ernsl.Dre.'? (Ouo Js
\lii..hc... < i last. and Tinware .
conductor saw be get off the Stat. rry
suet car Vednewla! to enter !St Leo Citlleret J S. Frederick! City Engineer ,;_
tits, +.Tifs car withla map who he eta Identl5 JOSEPH. Y. PORTER Fan Antonio Fla Madam Tnlxmaas Per E. S. T. .NSfNSM.MN. ,

wltII State Health Offleer received the Metropolis I lib' A irnnr D.
+%. xelia. I l I legnlarl Miami OU 2.1 (04. !i ir >..u 10 o il-on: a lay I W J. GAUTIER. Prop'r,.
:

T-- .-.L 1 .. .?"

5 .



$d- 4, .



.. .. ...,. ,, ..." ... *! ";J,>j, ..i't110'! ''''' 'N ..... '. ." '' ....'< "... .
'
> .. ," .., ,' -: '' : ; <;ro/\'f; ? < 1' "'4."r"
0<'_< .,;;1. -U":"<.-- .1'.j' ':" '.".''' .7:' q'"';: :''' : c-" < ,,,;;:-r!'""<-'i>i-._"''' ,._".'.'.'.,-,. _. -';; ,-o.<..?'t-'f-,------r-", '-. ...,,."'. -Y: ..p... {.,''.'_'' --; ."'''',;r-.',- -,-.'",,,;,... k ,"';." -....'-.,,,-4"'if.r-.A. 4.; '.N .,->..... ;,It:)<.- Ch_ '"-; ..- r''I. .: .. __," _" :. .

4 il q, /" < 'fl




\ K\\




n. ; H. M. KING I I I 4


Undertaker and Embalmer f No store in the State un

I show a better line of Ladies THE IDEAL The MptUMq of this #

; 1300 Avenue D t Skirts Waists Millinery, store as a ceater of t.pphj ,

and Dry Goods.REMEMBER. or event possible aeed ia

j I we fit Lades Readg-to-Wear '

.. I every one. Goods aad Mttiaerv is well s

i TNt I Buy your piano of piano experU 12th Street Miami Vaowti. 1I qryt

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS Bu-h a Safford Piano Co. I ,

i _-i -_ t .
.
t SATURDAY NOVEMBER D 1904 The usual services will! be held at theM '
L 4.- -- -- ---+
i l1 Church tomorrow th pastor .

| jf i MAIL SCHEDULE.rlre l Ilr Hilvixjil,. liaMip returned home W
/ CONOMY c1'n; only be associated with dependable goods. \Ve believe in a $

from the North- 1XJK 'SALE-Thirty tbousard rough volume of business and
this
( : ; to accomplish we have these weekly sales.Ve '
lfp 7.00 am. lemon .seedlings, ptr.cil size, tt low I|

: .5S p.jm. prices .'-( eo. P. Bull OJus Fla. I make it a point to offer true bargains, of dependable goods. Our offer Monday, November r


z%I tor the North 6.U a. jm, The Thanks mn? supply: of turkt.>s.I' : 7 will be an exceptional offer of sterling bargains. A visit to our store i &

<:U p. m. retnbtrnes and other cjioice latatilf.s, I of !32
Monday will convince you the truthfulness of luis statement.

? I 'i rIve.>r this ocra-ton. are be;!'nning to arAuoth I I II F FA


TOWN TOPICS. LACE SPECIAL: H\ND) TOWEL: SPECIAL I
... load! of supplies for the F i

; c'anxv ,at+at'sl c Jlf:1Ir I II (' K>' euginecrs: ai worn in the i iI ji j Monday: we will i 1.la.'" on Bale :;Vifl yards 01( Torchon Lace \\e ::!xI8hH'h.Inpn\ Hack Towels hemmed stitched; :a regu.ar *0c. t {r

| ..Chas SearjetnUoa .[ Cocoanut i I'1.. was taken down this morning: In II i bought lino Ij,'" at a bargain, and will\ !Rive you the benefit of our alue Two for . . . . . . . . . .. . . .2c.'

rove is a visitor in tha! city today. i he laumh La BreeaNUikcrel |>un'liT-e, :Monday . . . . . . . . .5c. per' yard. __ ___ __ ___ ____
I :
I I .
t ; '---r: ----- -- - -- -- '

i Chowder at HinSOn. House 1'nday: citrhes: art ti'l!! small ov. 'I A HOSIERY! SPECIM KIUBON SPECIAL. cAll

:'I.>;.:, \" ',g to the |prevailing rough wea'hei' colors in Silk+ anl Satin Ribbon. worth from
[ Sir. L. G. fhaiipelltfa prowir.i M cit- I\.11" '., < Full|| I;' ,,"Itrlal.,1'- M.'rm*ard.
it-ide. and +ihe lr.I"'uIl'" cf M. much -p..ial; . . . . . . . . . . .
.
.
i of Jacluwm\ !ll" Js i.> lov. .1 today Sl. +ial . . . . . . . . . .II\c.If'r pair ; .8c .pe r yBOVS' and
'. i \e bait in the waler ___ ___.__ __ .___
a business.Spanleli. I y
: \\'.VIST SPECIAL\
; ; A SHEKT: SPECUL.
v Sheriff "'robO"1o.ent ui to the
piiitiil'le slilis fur Hale Oi.e lot of Nov.,' \\'afRt The moth.-s'
f' oribirn la-tofih'! ioui.Ih: ', morn- A T-v': V\'ill, I D lend. r Mil's Mu-lln Shed torn, not cut Special. C5c friend sell everywhere :at I ij

aQ b bD Drake Produce CoMurpt. ..+g' for the urpoac" of Jcluenus the i .- -- T."c; i'a h. Our price Mutiny' . . . . . . . .Iie. ..a.'b.
---
txixi's fur Tue-Va* '* general -- --- -' --- ----- .
'mum next : A PILLOW CAST SPECIAL. -- -- ;
ls.ea G. Baxter ajidV.. > SALE. I
*lid State: eh l < Lion BIG WAIST aE=

Dent young ladies ijfK Nevs3Yurk, \ i s .* i 11 i, li :,,nft, K'ni-hed' Muslin! Pillow Case deep l hem : the same .''H.. [ladles1 .

guests at the San'Carlos, . . . ISc, fine \\aisU. odd loU. in :Madras M"r"f'rt.1 l Cloths. i
Tlithud Morj ol the new l.emlurT!: : m..t'l i al u'li I D.tl'1cr.+ l li\ Hit> anl Special \'oncia\ I.a\\n. Oxford s
I and ('a'lOn Cloth worth $J ,oI. t"::. $ i M u> and l $4 ,--uh All I

[rWANTED..-Man irho unloi.;it on .\\iiui' I I. has 1"p'I'ral",1 l 1 --- -- --- - --- must be sold .Monday Sp.lal . . . ... . 98 { 'klv
SPKCI\L cts. each
H"DI'HID
md the roof is now being frau.i 'a, Thin i'A

OTS work. M. L. purbank, Miami. 11JIII": in oii>. or tl.,. uiu-' 011.unit'i.iali I ]I:1<,!1 M+:r IL"r.:.'j "'"11I11 n.I-prpa-l.| crochet edge rcfiu.Er $1 :Va'ui' ;) \\a have-- :- :. .-- :
just r eiv d the latest line of Sf Hib'a
The Miami Voiks is |liullding i end >uli-.ianlial! o'l hit i Ihur..lIghCare. \' : Spinal) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1 2":;, to this city } ls ever brought 'I + .

_a lighter hoil Ur Small l. wife and I children -
plated, will be formal'- carter. BED PILLOW SPECIAl.. : e-:;
and his mother Mrs Small Miss We also have a new and omPlr' Ladles'! Round Length I i

Whler. and Mr and M-i J. K. Pearson A 2 x"6: Inch Live Geese Feather Pillow; best ticking, two pounds Skirls, Press Skirts, and Walking Slo.irlll-1hp. finest e\'.r shown in I .
Stew M Hlnsoii House Sunday. I
r of Grand Rapids, !l1.ch. are newarrivals full weight Special . . . . . . . . . .K:: per pair. th.s city. I L s
at March Villa I o.
a i
K Frank expert | machintjvbo _______ i!i I If11.1E
spent last season hereL has reed -
r Mrs Emma D. Mallon and daughters received handsome line of Rain Coats the
to remain all winter.IWAKTED. have just a most popular coats of fetM
Misses Dorothy and ItoVrta. are ex-

.-Pear MMO. WUson a IKtted to arrive here from the North ; the season. Useful, stylish, and strictly up-to.dite. We hive them in several

about the first of next month and will

occupy their home at the corner of I I shades and styles. Ask to/see them.

I Mot BOBS mother of Mr. E. F. Boss. Avenue Band Twelfth street I I

ncI this morning;frc-m: the North

will tpend the season here with Mrs. Henry Egger and children, who .
., e
son and family. I have been spending the summer with

." .I f t I' Mrs Egger-s sister in On lika, Ala., E B DOUGLAS

Ws areoshon to fill your orders ns'ed through: Titusville on Sundayen

pOy of chickens, eggs. ;'turkeys route to their home a* "Miami.
I
8 t I. Campbell; a lo.. ,:, Tamp, The were accompanied by M' Henry

i Egger who met them In JacKFon>llleTltunvllle I Twel'tb. J3treet, l\naD11. ,'

-T-- Adrorate I J
f. _
.H.0. Houston;U expecting h*'

otter. Mi| L. P. Knjghu dowM short- k

I. from Sitaonah, to spend the season The first National BankOf -

Der. ik F MILLER a CO
i Mb* W. L--I

I Ox-TaU MupatHlnKjn. Ron.- TuesTbe CALLS ATTENTION TO ITS

U 11>. STEADY GROWTH-COMPE1ENT I (SucceMan to Edwin -Nelton.) II I r lAND ORNAMENTALS. :
I
"< ,1 : MANAGEMENT' AND SUBSTANTIAL Are
I I
you going to plant any trees ar
| 'steamer Martinique arrl\ed rest intins DIRECTORATE. THEREBY THE UNDERTAKERS, ornamentals this season' Now U tie
afternoon from Key and
MERITING THE C'NFIDENCE -
time to do
it Write
us your waotc .
fi
th4
8h".11I sell nn returnto
avana. OF THE PEOPLE we nlv the A
>- Key West tomorrow marninK 413-- 12th Street. Phone 25, fo'lowlngOR : +

,, ... z .+ .ANfJE: :: an.1 OKAI'B FRUIT TliBBS. sv
"-' ., .lud'r" M 1. s Jones and wife slid Mis -- e O\ .T ihrn.hundred thousand of them a
RENT-My cottage at "Coral who ha. been on Jt21121 JQ1lL11Q JQ'JtE1 S1S1)2SlQ'a tfyrs.r i
\nnnJones, exix.- 't tci |".1\"' here next MrV H .spitrer. ti:.
i
>n
sour ora'IrOIIJh l lemon sod
on the bay In the Brlckell hamFurnlabl'd the sick! list the past few da.>*. i is im : '
so'k for It.| '!and\ while Mi inie! BUSINESS LOCALS. I fitruir+ fu'U'atoi: .
-. Unfurnished Ad- t-a'l! !Ih'! most
; or will! UM MI ,i Mini'' i it ,(' >".t .' I'nir prolog,; aid will tie out again >n a day I > m' :ie ,1111" "nrsPK' '

4 ... .11 I I"i I lie, h'!... ,.i .. \1. v 'e or tau i
Groom. .Ch T'Tl! .1'0 'in-i I'red!
Mrs Jlargaret Arnold thon-
'-. e WI il'I'! i. at ih. I I'ui' ,'rsi' \ .m' ... ind Headquarters fancy groceries fruit TheManufacturer
.. --_ .. -(.('., at Wilson_Fly's 7 :1. I""-" i '.o i 1'1. \ar PI. es nu9r
_
'n I
Mrs .rr .lnlOll.I.'II.-I
ney C. C CbrllnEiwoiih. of Kiaud :.1 Ir. C A. FuSwood have iu" r urea .\ !h I'.1\1 ,j.- '
., Is your sewing machine out of order'Let
I Tittiev
lie| Ad o nt
Palm Beach, came dean tins returned fro.a a tau wttks" M>it to ; fur |i"M.111I.1I'r ;get pooh or.na'nl ,
W. L.
Daughtry repair It. Heknows
--- -- -
line on Mislne" jepal, and cither .Ii<.KKinllli'. M Augustine and other d,'r +mat! me. I.
., < Ifou.. hav" an1. "1"' :'I0 stil o- an> how. 1005 Avenue D. till

-y I. "' : tL'p): MIMvint 1 to ''ui\\ an a'I in the points. DPCI Pit'NSe( : haven'i u"r t
: :
.i.f" J--. Metropolis!II!! bring reams The I j A Hutchinson Automobile Swing for lofore been u-'", to grow aiilCi lent to

I['live a few Real Bargains for the majority: nf ;,mile in Miami read ..e Messrs. -\I..r & Mercler report the bale. Call at the Metropolis! office a:..I 1 Counts Not supplv! the demand bur have a nI t px

_ker In both city and country :\1t"tJ"opoll" genre 'Inrta 1 ..on wean Kale of four :lots in Graham's cddition'to I see It. lot this season
Homeseeker't Agent. a O ('. Buret for '7f o.. tWI. the lots
C. Carroll the assure you good and quick n", iin*. from ROSES AND! OHNMENTAlJ': :-()"+r
H4 Avenue D. between. SerondftJr4 are I. s. J, tnul 4. 101'10.1 k R. corner Palm Needles for all kinds of sewing maChines i The lost on machinery If It (Ie,- I7y".t t
any and all advertisements ii"'d: I fifty thousand fine Held grown grafted ;
I Avenue and Morse btreet at W. L. Dauthtry's, 1005 Avenue | sens the expense of production.
., ItreetLt.t.. In Its'columrs. :, ros"s. One hundred and twenty- e"'
a The
D same argument will apply to
I
six varieties selected especially for
James H Jackion. 3r.. and litL housekeeper; bay the "machin
Mr. A, R. Oladwin. o.ie of the best Tomorrow at the First Baptist 1 Southern planting Also It fine lot
:danghters. Ethel >nd 'Helen. left I I Mrs E. W. Barrett wife of the editor ery" to run your kitchen on the
known fishermen 'ho'It" il.<' East Church the pastor will preach at both of ornamental shrubs, hedge plants!
'Right to visit relatives !In Ocala : of the Birmingham Ag"-leraJd least amount of time and labor; '
t
'Cod'aMeeting
Coast every winter arri' d I i i. TI: I lillle .- services Subject 11 a m.: and shade trees
BransonBros. died In Danville Va Wednesdi. night It's economy. We make a specialty '
\' }'e tenlp\>', and Is swppr! | p \ {i'h'r Place With Man. Subject of kitchen furnishings, and will OUR 1905 CATALOGUE gives de crip- 1

upng4 \! S N Oladwin, his brother After 7::3a p, m ."The Church R Grea: Evan ; t'on! and prices of these and
} piano, in good I be pleased to supply your wants many
showing the people here what: be can gelizing A eDt.y" more trees! and plants and contain !
for Bale, price |8<) Addict S 1 Take .t the Big Boat. along this line Our prices are the I
do with the rod and ree1 hp.. m pn to valuable. Information. Write for a
| Hood, corner of the |lrst btr et north lowest Z
I
Miami to surprise the natl\m! with his fr
,
He copy
C 2t Judge and Mrs A. E. >ser gavea I
city lln.lts on Atenuq I
fish hauls Tltnxvllle! Advocai"> reception last evening at thei- lovel The CLYDE will make regular trip TilERACKET :' .
GLEN ST MIRY ORS HIES aK
dally to the Beach, leaving the Stone ,
Avenue B. In honor ot their
the home on
jjapnened to
:Hector Munro ( bucking M.W H C.reee!: !: Sr. of S' Louis, nice. Missledifer.. of Palm Beach, Dock at 2 00 p. m. landing at the new STOR'E.I"n. O. L l' \1RER: ProprietoHnx -. JCS}
accident etteday'of fo. write- he has eon'to New 'I 7 'a
n ferry dock Juct north of the Jetties .
sound was who is their vuest: for a few weeks Theaffa'r '\ I'. nr-.'r W.II.'IIAILLE: ft '"N r
In, his foot The 'nnrna Mr C.TPKK I Is the ithor, of informal and thosepresent where ever>" facility is fvrmshed for LxpnHit OftUc. I.r..'... -ti>r<.. i I i Glen St, Mary, Florida 'cfOLETSKONETANDT
Rush aid no ill results wa eniirch :'
I by Or "\\'h.T When and Hnw' tf> <'a,' II Fishon good bathing: and the Beach being en- I
delightful evening. -
nticlpatod. 5Jierobtr the Fast roaof Florida" The ( report a most tlrelv cut off bj the training' wa'l! from roEI.S r xST11IttCans
.. I ::
2 H'na'f rn" ws tn :Ne; ;"" i Mrezg the treacherous current from Norris ..
)t once Coldti Prevents fnuumoitlk skB tit- p.n. '.-lo-r n.glt ;
that the trprolls C- will soon sail FOIII'*'I, on his Cut Inlet there Is none of that under I bYoungsPhdrmacy
place to get you| printing done. !l1an,1 Mr 11 !II Kili-i- pniminmti
i 3 M Orion! T".. "o ArlnK'atl' The '-T which makes sea batting so dangerous
and large stock .... St Paul Minn hs'srrtved
1-class printer a Orio" 1S roiel'"' r-, ', ', f"' n ( >iile of ,
( enables tlce to and will lend Ih' ""a oth..r. )
.stationery the < in
tblp here the pact summer al the yard of in No channels to follow gnln over; no
demands. and Mr' Ribs visited tin I
supply any the Miami float Works and left thefirst Mr I long: walk after :you ret there. and
and th's section lai-t s. a
ij'vg: of the week for New Sir> rna in Fast Coast
He K0n the fsIiingtbat.ks >eS- rommand of "8'f1t. James Pine. lo meet son for the first time nod were so ONLY 25 CENTS FOR( TILE

In licClara Commoqore Hughes h mipr'-ss.'il with Miami mat they 7t?
r tCapt Gregg! !1 and b-mg hlni here nun
v, ono pf the cogs tn the teteraing hav deciilwi 10 spend the winters hrn .- ROUND TRIP.

of U tjoglne, and as a result the f the furor They will *ls 4 lip for repilrs i M:. \V F. Chesehrongh of New York. in here TAKE\ THE BIG = BOA small iiMntK| .uul o ftt-n.ouridnel. haft tho lit frrdaudwe. "
U Iarc" proern|
j 'm+ ;>anled( h\' his friends M. BY ,, Our ,'U.ti>iiKr.get;: t h" iK:II'ht oI till .1+ 'id.ir I .' .1:'.\ .. r, '.11'n5trl 9tic

i Dipka Produce Co !jl. lgh!: of the same place .1:1:1 arrive ----- I

tn the city this evening!: Mr Chess hii, >t \ti-iti.list, Eis opal Churl BdtUt jdnC erinis ana
apple
R S. Red Spanish p'n ? Business House
f i 1| broujh I Is owner of the crack little in lit r Avenue (' and Eleventh street

4 pleasure yacht Provldentla. which hal Llern an G! "'oner pastor Sunday For Sale. : : : roen S'dintiu : : : ; '
u r
axing btortar and fur- i Iw l .en housed In thl port atnre! !fast sea shad !M 41 a m Edwin\ Nelso riiiix'r ---- )nlt
yr I ,
g for tit!! 'alng of the .win and which has been marie ready intendent Morning worship. 11:11/1: ain :New bt.ilciingwith solid glass at the ?nJa fiiiuitain Simi.il tn'ant, and .h'r.I.! :'.ltUrol.1 '

f i; the new Watson huild- : for spa bv Captain Martin ar experlenced Sermon bi the pastor; subject: "ANew front. Situated in tania, Fla. afterniK n.. and cu'nin' \\'.- \\lnt \.r :. 'r :!y : ,1,

at tlfs; owner of 4Avopue D and seaman and In her Mr Chese : Creation Epworth League 6. I.. Good chance for party desirr a1vta.ro endeavor t.. -ce th ihr 1".1 rat our line

reet. wis bemin this though! and Mr Leigh will ??' ...ai I' m. 'W'. F Millet president Even ing to start in business For -

.' on next lionday the con- .In a day or two for a cruise In Gufwaters ing wwnhlp 7:3n p m The Rev further particulars addressS. Personal Attention Aeesnr D. lea 1 Dogs: Ntr1h of PlI'ot "'fIo-r I

building wjll |be starttk jf far as the Texas and South U i. Rader, D D. Presiding Elder given to ell prescripts \\'. E. YUNGS.. : PRO P ;

a f i4(,force of tnen an,! rushed American coasts, probablj not \eturn will preach. All are cordially Invitei"to G. ZIMMERMAN. .

*to ''completion f lug here! until the first of next year 1, attend our service Dania Fla. .
$
1w rn

g

r? Yr "
-a.'


lfefa f



}'.;. ,- I ;: .,, .- '" -...:' .; -:,," ... .-..::.. ,:__: .. .,- .,-..- .. = .- 'I," .' ..:.. d....... : .,""---., __.__'''.:,1.ii.:' l.,_. ,_,,' .. 0_. ---. < -.'.:,,',t.. _. I'" 0'n .


.f Itll
,
JiTHt
J .. _
--.+. .-,-- --
....t.... .. w..wI
IiHi ; H'i+i ,,

'i COLORED PEOPLE ELSEWHERE 1! H Was Cut to Suit I Many kinds of Stuff Dade County Tide Insurance:


_ .. HERE: AND I e Thatched.' Him are called I ; .1

? i

$ )i4"; noktiun, TuewUx)' nlj.ht at JatKHall and as a res J lt? we are Stable Manures and Trust Co. of Miami Fla ;!

>-tD In the 11'1. 'I'al Church now wotli4ng

J f | T FOUR MEN J llORS' Dade County Far rs INCORPORATED.. 'r

; Ut riaijil l"nri ) I it ini.roimit Rrt-at-
,
yt iy ;Ww' that in a tf.r.v aho I ,,'fnlebe in ordtr to keejj i; ahead of and Tnckers : : : Paid Up CaDltil, $50,000.00 Surplus, $11,000.00 ,t I': !


a jell oj I lof I ai liitnM_.jf_ our orders.! All this has I Sure Need the Best I Insures land titles, pre|.a-es abstratrs of titles, loans and Invest: ';'

V been broughl bout money on its own account and for others. Acts as agent attorney l .i ]
by _
'its iIJIn| .1 I'dVlt., who 11:1. !IH'" G
a | fact trustee, assignee, executor, r(>receiver or guardian. Pu.
'rt ""aV tirlllnt, in larksomillr lor art the satisfactio which f fellows Composted and Well \'jtteo Address all communications to .. 4

die F r eral.'] DKinjhs;. I, returned T! this "pt.l. our worlciVe ;l 1 It can only be had in one way. Acl -':U Box: 135. Mi.nr.i. I i S. L. PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas. ?,;&i,

7 Tomorrow mill be regular ,ommim .. i E. w. G.A. JEI3 A"A"8 't ." " OM404j

Ion jar services at all o'.the i i.un n.-. S't; Delivered to any station north of Miami foe B5; a ton Any station

v Prepare ourselves for same south of Miami $6.00 a ton.

i \ make Pints to your -- - ;
thus ulll meet n. \t Monday CALL ON HUGHES: & CO., Watches Fit for a King.

w afternoon ..'- I>..n't fall nhl'RSure liOln$43O
!
4 ? at Mr ra)n .
Who handle the Mian: tudc.fi. .
to be out
I _, '! B Stephens agent for Little! River.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
I If
>
UP you wear our watches you will alw*
Mrc Maria AVxrM"! oi I Lake City. -- IL t'1t >&l"- -- be time

moUitrof; Mr Ida| (l"r.i> n,n. aroe in I on
4
thill we" k tn S" '"I Ihp.III'r in the :XXXXXX. .>C30?

A It.Tbert and Cat Suitas One 6f the best a
y Magic, I a hy ; timepieces made
j |: CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNEr t
J low as ,1' 12 our price for st is
'n I
"ul !h.> lug: scrviies at theLiaptistl : -
Cotenant If )\i.iiilnnt want to SAVE; III\I: 1:1: wi +'nn't R
f'hitn I".orrolll
help _\nu. If )'ou eld. come tn $1.50.
meeting at II a ml;. 3'11,1 l ". p n. t litremill $2400 .

r r Ni 'the. .initiation. of Mr A. R I/

Mitt hell. who l. iaJloit iu the 1 astoratfof The j. A. MCDONALD co. :9a 4a

of )p Hraj hurt h. bi. HtN BVil. ;1 i I Every Watch Guaranteed. .t rize |

, Dam, \\. F JamH. A .1 Thomas. P. ANI: > nrv YOI'W

:M.! t"'aHaN? end P, w Itiovm Com 1 bi: t'11'el
juarantce opt \\"rk or give Leaf Yellow
intro of' pt! 81'. in '. I had the money Von paid for it. Long I II iI Nadir: l!'.- fickle, open-race $5.00 z
__ I Pine
\ Framing Ladies' silver, open case 5.(K) ..r

t Thework 1 t. of remodelips th HapllstCbuieli I I. A. Wr.PI FY.I t at $16 per M. Ladiei7e gold: tilled hunting cane 10.00

i tI pro creM
Page ban, the work In hand end he Next to First $5' Tonal i l Bank IS i i -vize /gold: filled. 15 (HO .

In how petting it in good shape for Boards same price. We also sell I.ime. Brick [4 kinds, !i The greatest: bargain ever offered. One 1 1.16 ct. blue white

} beginning; actual work. It has been un Cement Sash, Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else a f I for only $165.00.Clyatt's t. d1' ;'1-Ji:8 !

%P racked'j|about twelve n- fiftfx-n feet Magi61CityDrug builder requires at lowest possible figure. I II : :.. T. .A T litER. 4

west the tower torn down to the bane i I --- -
lrA I QQ E KB E3=SS EE* B MM Bl BHMMMI HHM BMKM* MH rMMB BBBBHBBBBBJBBBEi ,
aid they are to put on a 11x28 and the biore

f nit an< wwt siden.' and then the tower | |i Ton Know Where We Are- -.. Htti street Miami, Fla. ;

a'l will be;lrarrlt'd up the ,full itize" This OOOOOooOooOOQOOOoOoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOCSouthern Stablef.800 :

2 is intrig to be when completed one of I J. A, BUTLER, M. U. |

.t4 bent and most :modern churches on I Proprietor.Drugs. Railwava Md K02 Tweink 8t...... ., .k.t

ik* Ka>at CoMt.i .
"i EFRCnVB; MAT.29,1904.
: Patent (fiicines.. Toilet ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. r

4 Were" ., you at ,reception last night? Articles. Sanlne. Perfumery Dally to the Ian. I North and wtut I I I eo.ia, l,
;; If Jon hero not you missed half of your 10.\\ SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. 5I

rood time for life and Stationery( Ly JaelLeonlllol Io. ay Lv"ec..not Ik. r' .. .._ (b Itr '&6t' I ILy
J..p $O.R, 10l3p LTJnap, Oa ... _. 50K, letup'I HORSES BOARDED, CLIPPED AND CARBD FOR.
?, ; PROGRAM Only Drug Storp M Colored Town LY Ia\allab ." 110. Rv I!O'ta .A.r Ma.rm. Ga. .... Jk Hy I a torn
x COB ATX OAlUifirrH> STKXZT. Art'oltuubla. eoRy eooa Ar AUanlaUa _. 110 Ry beat j f)
; BY THE ORCHESTRA. Ar CharlCJUe _. >, 110. By 965a Ar Rome. IiL 80 ky 7 asar GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION.
jJ MUSIC Green'buro _........ Ko KJ 1250p Ar Daltoo Oa 80 lty T 3ge .'
yi1, Master of Ceremonies and Toast Mas Dem-: 'r DanYUl" so. KJ I'''' Ar ChaUAn""rr",TennSoft' I 1945.
;
{ The Montgomery.rtdvertiser. ( Ar Lexingtop KJ bap: E. T. CLYATT. Proprietor!
tJ trt-Jitv.}! ArClm.I IbballOhb QdCI I 7SopI.vteumI(1 '
A. Jackson l i I I.Iooml' Irr faysUna: ing tnimsrnes uuu.i--u .. i."........wJ 1'0. Ry S42p ._:..--
tittrnur P
?'.. address onlbp par of the legitimate Ar i'nl' III Four I till"
and beaten in argument, the I w K' + agu Rig; 11.
Ar 1 nrD..rrr 111
lajies Mrs. tattle Harris Stephensrlfa' HepulilkanH have fallen back on the .A.r''bartoUesTlliY .110.. t.) I "I' I It CII..I"...... u I'" 1.1"1 : !
on1! Ar W'ntrtnn' ... Hy 19 1 t'ft Ar I'hi.w.". I III hi 17lu' GEO. H.
JVelOome address the part of the ..... .. MEYERS
and Ke1 ,
Moody shirt, .are. stirring up the u .0' uu. I .1. 'r t/u .ua14U U: 16T-34p:; .
C. Sr. i I Arrhltadrlphta I'HH t41. Ar'htraaoll (' 111\11'\ 1 No
prl.feetons-A. LiKh'biirn.
'race! I issue. I It is gnat evident? of desperatlon 4r New 1'a- P Ie II I a hila !
-: let ,mrullstl. II t: ((1.\ II.lOhW..blnlt.n a Ky.Nu '
R I II
|olo- Mri p.: Stephen '
e | and nonla Liml'"" ." AT"Ii'oI". U. r 1\ R U 17.r I Contracting Electrlcia|
# 3Velcome uddrens on the part.of the Dilly Nullmau D..IIIK Room -keang ,'art Ar D-trnd U e1 __ ___f' III; U
I I ,
;kp geft-Uenien-K-v. W P. Pu'kin;. NATION I.rkaoattile_ to New Yor" .. L.l'larlnu.ti II I'A Inca I: 9'ac. 1 I. "I-.
dI I I, REPUBLICAN AND CON = -=--==_:== -.--- --, _= = .Ir1'enbui-eI'.a' 1'.IJn 2tu.Tarm.eh Launch Supplies, i
.n -
fn\o\ -Ml-s Hiilrta 1'ln,1. I ; r..r-I I
r3'; GRESSIONAt TICKET. i\ CI a t. IIle rnq'Ar
f "The Lend 01 Skr" sub 00 O'rt IrInat"drl. Bill r. ur 64.. I Batterie.s. Spark Coilst Etc.
(

.f..vc.n..n.Solelt.$ readir.gMn Ir A .Hut'-r'Nona: .1-vk ot.Inhfrum ., For Presidential Electors: L._ Jar".I1._ "-- ..-. --. -.-,.;;-....kr- I-.,.4.1'- .-. Ar IrLrrl."", ...\t.--h"r'.; K) e"K o IIf) !1-, '7..1q'11Atl'ol.mbla MM Avnuc C Miami FloridaWrite for prices, ,]
aY 1 .. LY asi.aali, 4.a. W. Itf I:! Ar'l '''''11._. '10 "It) .., I
ntal solo Mi Ma'-' 1 Mar I C. F. f FFUn !>.C. 1'0' Ky j .Ilea __ "- --"--- -- -
I \r A-hedltrN.C .". K I ap Nr I'-1 he Ilondal.lmit.' +!l" Ddiy 'n.I'r
; Ufa of IWest[ Palm BeahI GEO. K. iOBINSON., a I llntypl'lopes N. C ._ $..o. Kyii I '17" H".loalr.1 ....111. .hr.h r.,de-"n., l'ullrnao ;
1 I II ; u. RYI, bl.1' tos4r \'''''. BROS1
I \rKaox\j'r.T."n.' ';" pti t'Su Jxvkenivlllr: RITTY
r : Sr'PPRR.Frailer: I I GEO. W- HOLMES, lnm.tdir. iii, Hy ab.a __ ----
I I G. A. W.lft-KNDELL. .u "'. Lt'UI. lit, H) I 148.p ,
R f'tIOn"I'--Dr : I i \I'lor.I\, 1110''''. Qa (' 1 :.1..e OIHJI" l I:+r. I .I.:
I MUSIC HV TIn: OIJCIinSTRA.Toasl A. M. bUSHMAN.For : .;.:.o l'A" ) ./'ulI"'filM";;; ';;'-1 I:...r,, .and' I II t :
1 i Congress3cond; District: I+,IC.-I. I""I""J( Ca h.twe" .ea .la'.t..II.\I.\: :"d Lt j.. k""' \rla' i..k)TyeN : .
| to the lnilih on the rniiinnit 1 Lrur.____ .1.J".UII.. Ha .. so K) I 1041'1'
.- H. W. Bartlejr, J. M..OHENkY.REPUBLiCATATE: Ar )Cris'. la 1'10 K. !I.,., Machine ShoiL ;
e Rer.i; TICKET. A'thra.l.a ....lIy I I ,.yw, +
I .
C40.World's
; ReT William \"H'.II.AI.
u. "Response K'I I
: b.eCDcr '' Ar Htrm\"bam. Ala 110. I tI A.. II
For
: fair tickets To [
'i .
MH'SIC.sTuas olr M" un'bu.trnn Frl..1 Mr6p'A.i I L
I M. B. M 'ARLANE. "an...Cpr N" 9YaSt.
| Mae'rriirv A..lat1 J.' For Secretor o! State: LOlIlsGKol on Sale l.\ lrmutr.. It"" atr .
1 I o i
I Si'PPER OONTINI'EPi !: 1 lint .urine.i_ k ktI Gasolene and Kerosine Enginie
JOHN >. HORR.
,, "
I ( I ?o ..I.Th.<- aIun.LsLlwned.
jTU to the bride R. J KdnnlselmHe For Attprsey-Oenerml:
4 } i I - ------ Repairing t hit;
>The I.. ftrtdref in behalf of :l FRED 9.:CUBBERLY.f'or ARRIVAL M J.\CK"\\'U..r. a Specialty
,
,' Uatliiiiuioit and rlorlda I 1.1r1l1l -.I."t jr.a. m. _
tou.itr.-Nu:9
l I 'I For Cot tJt ptrelier: FriHa Sew tork Weahlui ,
A t lf' 1 la > Cinrron.n.nananu.g'Artr .. .
dffliveml and rpet the j. 1. KiPPER K.n"," Mr. 'FI'iriiLi Llmit.l, a li n.KIOUI GENERAL REPAIR WORK.
vtjality
cui.'inlml. A,bi.niltu.-No i I'. '\\Mbl J,''"'' sun I r"a I lain "',1._:' i'i a.'H. I {
hearty Bpiro\al| of all I [ n'a' n' I For Stat r ssurer: -- -- -- -- -- t A'
i I3R Tourist Tickets on sale. SHOPS :SIIi SEVENTH STREHT, FLORID
now MIAMI
|The toasts li I>r J. M. rrsviri. Rev E. M. CL5FJRD. Bound Trip Summer -
-
-- - --
l it W. riar Ii \'. Rev N 8 illiams and ,1 For State Superintendent! of Public I II I IS. CLU3K Dutnct Pmsanjer Agent, 103 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. PlaC
-
J. Fat dears'l. ai.d nHtruit: !')!'. I I 1
tR
HPas hon sm jl H. ACKERT. Q- M- W. H TAYLOR. G. P. A. }

("'1\1111'l e The[> win to the iniintMr W. n: ctl1.!: I BROOKS i MORGAN. A G. P. A.
s|The fit) ,inhfira fi.rnism.' Mich < For Commlsslcm of Agriculture: 3. H HARDWIOK. PT. M._ F. W. HAHN.

eMr.11..-.<. until,, all heel to j'.st Mop J. S. ROWLtY.

i t a id think .. tut the .a'r" IIM 'm-*.. ),>ii' For Ra Iroad Commissioner: : i iH I Atlantic Coast Line.

fRJ, t know ..>iai kin., inf n'usir if ,the t-iif..' T.JUTCHIE. ]i I Architect and BuilderI

l I'or Justice of SujJr_ :m" Court: for Ternof I I Quickest time moat excellent service North. East and West via

.t r<'frf"" tjinen, in a'MidameV : ;:S'e're: I ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous New York and Florida Special I ..\, hate/ in tin unl'Io[ ] \ one ..f the 'hest
t PPARD.For draftsman in UK :"vntli. .mil and better
w. B. S
Observation Cars
t 1n I."t night, f do i t know 'h. ti th"-r solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping Dining and than fr furm..
prepared CUT limjf; pla.i
.tustlrps of fcnr-r'me Court:
11
Mote; ( l a..l'1RR.C. electric lighted throughout leave St Augustine dally except Sunday at and KtaiU tnr good l buiding: ', fine cabinet i- '

O A. M., arrive New York 4:45 P. M. following day. "..rk. etc 1 am now headquarters
S. WAM .
flr.id rvet)ihad enough and to I. Florida and West Indian Limited, carrying Drawtng-Rofm. Sleepers and fur turned work tmll sawing; and all

.)are : E. P. AXTF.l L. Dining Cars leave Jacksonville at 9:00 A. M daily, arrive New York IX:( cork uvnalllntiv. : in a KIRST CLV*'-' K
ro "NTY TICKETFor
REPUBLICAN
2 i Bur wasn't Dr, Riillpr's rp"o"P: on P. M. followlngday. planing mill.
the Lrgtelature: I'
the shelf! In the rhom cords Im I Chlcaco and Florida LImited Mild Pullman train of Sleepers Dining and
DR. Hv C HOOD. Send me your order for doors and window 'r ;
Se.r.abl" he fo abb IMIIIII..1 to the I Observation an, leaves Jacksonville dally a. 9:10: A. M., arrive Chicago 4:00:
For Clerk of Hi. r-rcult| Court: '
*1 addresses HIS Ih I;, nun! : was the Loais SL LoisL:35 frames, ballusters, brackets, etc.
| BnP.t.I: MORGAN E. JONES. I P. 1*. follow i r>, day. This train carried St. Sleeper. arriving 1
+ li.; dell' t'r., jil't a'ninl '
i i, was perftltjlmlj For Sfierlff l : P. MDfale. and be convinced MIAMI. FLA >

wi In, 'q.1 fir Hittler, has proven i, H. T.'h RRlS. II-.T leaven Jacksonville 8:nr.; p. M. dally, carries through

.imff'lrjl"; hron able oral T after all : 9 11 P. M., St Louii06 .
For CounrytTreasurer: sleepers to Chicago!: and St Louis arrhlng Chicago : -
Rev K >. llatiiil'ini si I Pro' J. \V '
... '' JUNE M. .'. \WLEY. : ?: A. M. f i.oalcg morning. r
P t Betties ,
the
7 wPr or.I"ak''r'' For Tai oloctor: The quu. --..t Hue tjj four and one-half boars to Chicane I seven hours toi '
*beCnt end' thus. : n" 8. ,.11<.;1,1' r''a'o..l-. America's Most Perfect Whe
J. I. )IsoN i I lit.1a., w n.1 1 oo. hour to LoIrlnIU.oIAKE RESERVATOXS PROMPTLY
,I
chid : "' u-p.! 'he ab- .
i
-y.t i ... I'or Toirity AsCfssor of Tares: I "I'RVNK 4'Y.STO! \. !>i-trnt ''asv.o\\.r \ufiit ,1a. 'IIIt\11. t'la
) r !I r .ralor' ass r'rettrsl.
aI t"I D L. fllTiMES __ ____ [ I
r \rl the : ''H'. were I'f.faltorilvl' ( For Co'inty Superintendent of PubllrInstrtifjlon n. The Facye 1 e.
;
yf lll. 1 I.) 1 l..b'I', ,," :" lid 1 Mr I ,I : !

1 Ij.llllart: ..; 'iH'ly.oJ1'bl'rs. RF.S.. ti| r MFHRICK. SEABOARDi ft:

I. de'' 'onl"nml' W 1.iqhice I. Differs the I'u.ws} rU1Jrt '
: For Counjf% ;S> 'f\'I''or. fnmi( bicycle. om'- }
; ; 0" ."' 11'11 Wfllth' wag d I with i ;
.
J. I iKvi.Sty GORTON. Line Railway
easier, jmd i i- proptllt.t l the same At
It felt i way. [
J 1".11 ease t' :all lI.al 'h. : must For County t mmla" loners: I,

.i'.. ''ul1Q.-h". near the Roa: I helm Ut Distrirt-HARRY: RICHARDS FOR ThH le-ss, the friction, the easier the pu\h{:i

LHu.tei ; The 'fltpr "alp\, \ 1'hulll 2nd nistrirtP. P. HAIGHT. ; 'anaah Columbia Camden Southern Fines,
"a; \ ( '
has 1 l-ss frirtioii its
'rank Bean
4thr- alprna'' list one 1..r \r nail Mr.t1 4th District=R. J. PECK The Racyde on : :
t Washington Baltimore. .
Richmond ..
x .11'II1P'1 OIlP for the nrdr, Inna. t.rearh- r.th District-WALTER; WALDEN.For 1 alei4h than l.iovole.1
New York. .:. any II>' ..t'r s
'' pn aid their! 'at lvee. and one bur the Member ot .School Board: Philadelphia. l1

tnia"r nod pip's present 1st District-4..t. T ZIGLER. Two Elegant Trains Daily. ... 'f *

ej t Tb min I. 'lrathlUo': ..) Boil was 2nd Districts S MILLER Seaboard Express Seaboard: MaiM ]I Plum bizag 4-t
,
a etbe t feat 01 tlir. night Some or theY I 3rd District-rCt! F. YOUNGS.For .<
\"
y' zest;1 talents III the woRd ar' found Jostle* Ol the Peace: If dern Pullman ;

A amontt the n. Rrn ra'P. HIs votes Is 2nd DistrlctfA.} J. GOODK lm''nt.I ,
e J
ONLY I have .an up-to-date( plumbing 1 l establishmentconnection
Jcapable of great 'arl"n Th" solo. 3rd Dlstrlct-i-jtran 1DNER.

.e J of Mn. Ella B. Stepbena. Mis I Hulplu'i 4th District4 .!. PIERCE.6th o : inUil/: / ihrenPh sleepers from JacksoDY..I I1'\ ;Jel\Orieus.\ with my Bicycle Emporium, and.

Dingle and Mlee Mabel 1 A Martin were DI.trlctjR.l.. C. TASKER. ,/
-4 .. aU of a hip class order. There ladles For Constable: 'For full in'orm icn and sleeper reservationcul >'u urn agent of th,I prepared to do the best: work. Call and sePilne.;

| Seaboard, or write
are knows muleiMiI throughout the 3rd Dlatrict-D vm McCUNE.

i ,s atrJ. KIn JbrtbI'. wu instruRaatal 4th Dlttrlct-t. R. FUNK. I A. 0. McDOWSU) IJ bs'L Ut I h it) IIlville, Fla.. M. j. MCDONALD I"aai

r a4 u wa extra be, we are (U District-L a Barton..4T. .
C. R( YLSTON. Jr., Pass. /rt. ,
CIft'bnJ..j''' I S. '.
.
; toN (ws .
fl "
l
;'. :., '"':t" '.< J
'. !J.x! ,. l
fot t o' !
:r, :
i 7yR.t7 ?w "Sf j .>M cI.4
'+"t u idiiS



tof \ .. :. '.;..' > ": _,c: t :: j J.: :-"" ._ ,
.. ,_ .-- ---. ,--: -...._ :-.X-
:f W', f

:Ji 1 yiPY

-
-
---- -- -
-----
---
---- -

offlc for certain county offlc.r For County CommlMtoMT...Ilk Dtatrtct I UNCLE SAWS CATS. I
-NO. i (Vow for one) II I 00000 000000000000000 0000U.

STRAIG.HT Article XII.;-Section -IntreMln* the JOHN SEWELL. I I IIIUf. (!II
countUUL for public trot Some three hundred
and odd
maximum cat
ocbuul R. J. PECK.or H STILLEY ME\IS. POLL W ANDKkiS. 0
's
ire maintained by the United States
I TES. 0 J.W.Ar.0. Near it Ht. ,
t
8w.tiun -h.cr".lnu ., ;ioiernment. the coat of the support .
Article All Goods Delivered
: DEMOCRATIC jxarlmum cuuiily uix fur pubut IrMchooll. ,- County Comml loner-ith District: '..ing carried as a regular Item on the (. Free. 0) ", kq
(Vote for one) .000
: II _I- NO- -- ufounts of the Post-Office Department OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOv
E. G. TWEF.DELL.
i Article \ s.v tnutbUnruus coun' rhe.e caw are distributed among E'
_"'" __1'.r. ly courts prtatnuinic their J url..1.Cl1vnf.equlrW WALTER ALDIN shout --- --- --- ---- ..iC'
. !; the tolint) Judge to \x an auort.ix .. fifty postoll't's, and their dutys
at I.." .tud. liroviJIi." fur Inn eltrcUuqits. .
the
) t 1------ to keep rats and mice tom eat-
I
,
.t Yh.x...hlg a1 uII <)" .
jtudj. the Names of ':the Various T ,,
I' Arll< L.. \ &...Unn U.-Est.t l>lishin count I ote for one) anxas saik Their Voork is of the

I { Electors. !1 )eduitllih 11..I,lb,tie pl i niulil>.B.iiui.b.) Judge ti'i| Iv"'on jui.>ai ntVurij >toll, j,1-------ELI SIMS mot Importance wherever large! Y suFc( 11nP

I'I'.1f" .. ii ..'". nil .",i .. ...11.k l or ">" el"..uun.NO. 1:I .nautili- of mail are <'oiler.tej. a.- foral'lp.
} : .1.1 .t.hn.lulu.b' J T /l.HJLTirFur )
-- -
A, -- ; I ___ : \ at the New York l.ot-odire,

. ., V--I", I.ri"> tyro 1' I'ruviium fur lP A rllisnN.-; .t h. rOt from :,t"< i>) to :.fn: |bags of mall
% ,,. -- -- -
oei
.. XI in- m i in I c.11.1 ink e <'lvrl>
Democratic Republican Sollistynd .. J.I. Ji ?". 1 ", II..1 1 I' u laxtn '. .lattir t are cnnimnMh' stored awav in
r7 Yt.3: lArui.lt j : Mm'i'r P" ,r.! Pi; I"ltc' Instruction "lie, li.T-ement\ Formerly J.r..at: diniue -

; Popuhst'Names tobe I \. s. ti".n rrovt.luiit hot !!" ?"1.I V'ote Pu.tnit bur one) was: done liv the misrhei'!ions ro- eG
e.-iciprUMM
.,.. I k tn 'tint. iu.iii.-l it .uiiio. ; I -- l Innts. whiih heard 11, I I IM N lase. I u. K xt
I I .I'11 nil I....) ,in* lil "d 1 to.1.' '1' n idler w i Enl\' J PAItniSH( ( ": Y-- '
Mixed on Official! Ballot. i .NOAiuilt and thought nothlnp of tarring clean l
ol H a MILLER.--
>: Xvl b> tl-ii tirJ.dgmelet.
UllllliLb thrum h hags of letters] In a nisht!"
lu t-- <11<> I
lu-ll llul -
> I tTlllll. W-AJiAHI: ) S.
." 11..1. Tro iblei] of this
,.W.ou JJI sort no lonper occur
,
I .1111',' ilh" official pussies keep natch
.. Anale'l.. S"U..n JudgrnenLy tfiil I
.. ':: EDUCATIONAL TJAMXJT I "1 prtln l v.. not to t..ki. ettett until Fur Member Board Public Insti uctlon- far: 't of the postmasters In the large?; HhSOHT

I IPfttdd..ntl,1 ,,.oI.1HvnIH..I' Jr.l(\'otetnch ;, inns is allowed from $8 to $4" a yeartor t lie f.

..'Vote Electors; l NO. C : N. i'.UU.ce 11I the keep( of this feline staff: sending ;, W aye 1 l Housed ec.t: <>tBf ( for itvei i i 'I 1. b< Llw.. v. Ili :t. ::w W }I. BL'RPINF.c : Y
..- _, :J. .1 ana. ..::. .ieAluit Court his estimate for "cat meat" toI'hlnt"n Air} Kuoras,
;n.. A. B. PUTNAM,I .. -euro iiiiHiiiB, JI .,.*.I.Hion ol 15. prem 1 F. YOI' GS-----: \l' the verl<<>.W*< the Bay. .31s
I I. urt--'banllool jurisdiction of Clrcu '- / ;: beginning of each
:.i' H. I' HAlI.t; '1L-1 ..url Kslillitling.uil. of I.e.ord. quarter IOS, I lyhmSt 'U t
__ I I'.',""hl'n for s.tary and term of office ofI S. lSBEI.L \ WAVERLY.Hinson 1"ulA Ir...
t
!
0 j T. A. JKNNINOaGEO. __ I UB... e..ui )' of judge 10 be p.iJJ ty cova'3 j I DISASTHOL'riCareUs..iu's WHECK 'II 4a.
--- I .Is lxOun I
-CI 1\11 III.J r.lllllla J.
x:w z. E l HAIJttA.'nStWTO: l I' >4II li i>f Its .Id &IX lei InIII ...I. Il T1 I is responsible for man> CONSTIPATION"Hoa'th : .
.\1 pnir.lnitMil "t t-Oulit a 'licit r-IiOf-+ l1nit '
S '+S -I i upon' mt.rm.ttun-Almd-hLlg.uunl7;,,4 rai]"a\ \\re..k aunt the same causes House
---1 Iris where louni of tecjrd 1 are eslrhs is ahsolnttly! Itnpos.tlile!!.! If
F. B. I are making: human \\rerks or sufferers
>Y STuNEMAst .Kd- LlKtuni of d. rk, term of omLeitviilinp -* :
rrllrFet'A1 'I lulei of priLtiC'', far (chnnp uX from Throat and Lung troubl. But c. ,. due and "'|". till. t. rm fir cnut isor. tft aes of liver! and kldn,>' co uplaint N 'wly Fuint.rr.l. in I\.v loc.tin li.lt-, I ,5Op,.| da i
'- -- .1.ture the art\ent of Ir | Newiibcoery
Ix-i
-bl.Iv !* al. sued by line KIK
1 CEO K RIt1oN..r' ; SPECIAL BY WEEK. JJ1 I 4th I s. Miami, F loi Id J trir
-"- :. I ">n I'f't.U..nYES. | for Consumption Coughs!; lime sprung: Irom neglected constipation

*. \,'. HOL11 s- r Such a deplorable' condition Is -
___ : Article %. s>,..'tlooa 1. 5 11. :t. K, %Ii. ":t;'. and Co'iis e\m th" worst cases can be -
G. A. U W tNDtlTuA. !| .> 2'. Jl and JJ: ....r..all.,1f Coi.rt <,'JI | ,lured and hoprle-s resignation, Is no necessary. There is a < ure for IL
'......... I l'li i '-. oJ II-de! ll'," iif h ereroI 5 H'Tlme. will: =
ca It CCSHMANJ. I ,-.""rl-4'h.,irdnc JurUdictlon, ft CirruHUinn ilonper ree'eseary :Mrs! Lois I'ragc, of specjih remedy m.ittrA ir l
< -Kt,it.ll-.uiit. ("...lInof n.. ord-%: (I' Lindsay. P. M nro-l on. Fa.!'
8. WHITNEY* I' I'roviill'ii fi.r c dare! and term of nfflie ol norchp>.tor. !a3s. i IS o-ie: of man Ir Come
DJOHN. Age. ,..thin] of j".I.I to Ltp.d, .hjr whole \life was sated In Dr. King'eNew r1trs Pel'ruary 12 I'ti.1: : 'Haunt!, and See UsOpposite
E. BARKER,;
.
'ivll and c'-I mu..l JurH'll* t coin
M- II
In o.1! llerlmie I find! it a fine medicine
null> ..r J I. ml "*\ term- I: | : DisootrThl-< !great" r.'' eilv i Is I
4 t M. SfANtET; I' li'..t.r-Posec for :
\pr oirilmei t "f rrtunt -niarantetd for all Throat sal 1 Lungdlseaes
tvtn InC -n.1 ,'n Al.n'I*hi ff 1'1'1'
:E M. P. ZELi.EJU. 1"1'r.nil t< where CuurtlFof re or4 &!" HUb! bv all ,dnigcita I'nre We : Cross }'Ia.nacr.:
I' shed-F'.. 1'00"' of I rl. term of ottii e ft | .
I *C A. E. UOLEU for rhinte .r' and l Trial bottles ( '. -
I ITovMlrir r'ile "C priitir" $1. rt'< I
,
emiemd pp old] Irma fir courta nfI p1 Sharp: J \ )lultiinViItir OUR STOCK IS
n4a'' DAN' L. 3 IrK SOS.AL01'ZO .., ltui
"
)I r - Mu.nliii] and J :\ \Vhi.ld''<'n have re- Full Line of r i
P. BA$KIN, I I' rvm ie"t,11nn.___ __ _.__ i|I SCIENTIFIC IISCELLA ;r. | i Hardware
I, NO. I i I II ''tunieil from a very enjo.vali'.e; tamp-( NEW AND

V THOS. R. MOORE -Article- III Siction." W arM SI Repe': '' i I IInt I I 1 < hint on the KNsimmee Hals here'they SASHDOORb and

1 S.-ctlon a of ArtMe VIIIAirilnstT An attempt( to give scientifl" expression : killed a quantity of hiunrel and
eclal end Inca l.iws ..nllmrrnIPd- Ol"d I a
Ing miinklpalltle Into rli'ei. pn>vid t to the degree: of agreeableness ofa i dter mall game COMPLETE"Prices Farming
uniform .,"I..m of government f.r ea h. I
1 Innate Is being made Captain W. The tame: with '
Incorpontinr exIntlnK I mnnlrln.ii by \ partyhad an CXMIIIIR PAINTS 1

SHIELD.J Repealing-- YES.8etlon-8 of--Article. -VIII:- 't'Artlrfe i I K. Tyler. F. R. Mel. Soclet) of London. i j ja big black\ hear One of th' sportsmen I'I are Low i Im } i ( S !

Concluding( that ,,'
.. our sensations are blazed a ay at bruin, shootingout
III SectlonK :!Onn.ri<' 'j I
.
log Section S of Article VIII -ArUnit chiefly Influenced b>' temperature and I' l oth of the poor animal! eyes entirely I

I pedal end locnl laws ..ennmented>ftnic f\",l humidity, he has coined the word"hypher" I unintentionally, of course. The
Into eta prorldt"
munlclnilttlen ****
Iwsentslive In Concreu.; Second i uniform- p\Ktem of existing government municipalities, for eaclnrorporntlnir to Indicate the Joint effect, I bear, notwithstanding his I loss uf sIght. J. W. WATSONt

(Vote for one) I Repealing Section .8 of Article VIII and represents a perfectly pleasant day barged straight for the assessor, and
I
-- -----
r : FRANK CLARK.W. NO 1 as 0 on the bypher scale an-l an the gallant N'lmrod lost no time throw- '

tolerably oppressive 10. He In-I down his and ascending '
U. WOOD. I For "otmty Judge: rl one as Ing gun bl'av-I' --y
(Vote for one) I I II succeeded In getting ten persons enward via a convenient oak t'ee - -- -- }
JNO. If CHENEY, I
> A. E. HETSER :, make observations through one sum- bear escaped and so did the hunter I We I3axid1elthe,

mer month. The results indicate that So faithful do the members of the

(Vote Oovcreor.for on.) J: r "intr Bt'ft1II13th District: other factoi, probably barometricpreasure party observe their oath of secrecy as Oliver
Typewriter.
1\ .p for one) and electric condition?-have to the identification of the climber
NAPOLEON BROWAROW. !
F. M HUDSON j jP'oI' appreciable influence upon sensation, that a general Impression has gone .
B. Mc"ARUNE. ,
and that considerable tralnln of observers forth that the whole quartette were ,

W. R. HEALETj' will be needed before trust- engaged In the same discretionary tac- .
Member of House of RepnoMntan..1CVot.
.. for one) worthy records can be made. tics during the great battle of the Klsfclmmee r
'

8earetarJ' or State: ;; ........ GRAHAM W. KINO. flats.-Tampa TrIbune. Because it b superior to all otJaera. I

(Vote lor ooe) J H. C. HOOD. NOT A SICK DAY SINCE. I, We are selling them too. ___ Your

'5 H. CLAY CRAWFORD CURED CONSUMPTIONMrs price and terms are easy. It r M x' ?l
,. 4. D. PARROTTs Vf E. GLENN.
,,- "I was taken severely sick with kld- I want a good mach'ne! let us tell roaabout

{ hey trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines l- B. W. Evan. Clearwater Kan., the 1
,)'> .\ .JOHN F. ROBE,I I 1
For Proiierutfng Attorney: none of which relieved me. One writes "My husband la> Kick for three
(Vote for one)
OLIVER.V .
months The doctors said tha' he had
day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters i
Attorney 3eierat z'' ROBT R. T A TI..oR.r little A
quick I'on..nmption.1' pnx-urM 1 a -
and determined to try that. After
,(Vote for one) 1WK. r

H. ELLIS: _---- taking a few doses I felt relieved and'II of nallarl Horehound Snip and -_

For(Vote Clerk for of Ore flrr! nit Pour : tI coon thereafter Nas entlrel cured and It cured, him That was six cars: ago ... --

flu : : FRED s. CUBBEKL1WM. I Since Ih..n1' he always kepi) a bot
have not seen a sick day Mnco Neighbors -
a,;, C. GP.EENS I t:. C pr.\ITc1RVK I of mine have been cured of Rheumatism. I I I'UI': inn, short has: hero added t)

fir. E. JONES Neuralgia Liver and Kidney i with-out ; 0',r a' ".h' 'h'l'ient: to satisfy the '
-----
Comptroller: ,.; OKM. J S.('tMMFT.-----: troubles and General Debility' This | equal 2.Vc;; .. $1, at R" I Cross I n "n .r a Oct la.-\ It pair: shun r ,
sVo(. for one) -
-
-- i
: fis what B F Bass, of KremonN.. C., Pharmacy r'r< )"i\Btt.F ar' CIVS; KN:: :

L CCROOa!, ; ., -Kor <"-. raw- -Trr1'rr"r- -, --j writes. Only I I0c, at all drug;lst!!. -.- 1 -. :r th-t' !"7'lr."nf Is 1 In '

SKIPPER.h (\ l.le, fir oral Many of the old' dtl/ens of Tampa '
J J. L "i' r d'm l >M hln.st$ V.'e are.
--- .
--
EMIL BP.OBEROCminlMloc c II. JUI'IJ"'SON.i i t The storm fast week was reiiurl.able who are acquainted with him will I* I t "iI" '''r> ',' I
.. .
,
-- --- -
-- pleased to I'arn of a high, honor con-
JV'NFt ROYUr.Y.CM' ; In this vielniry" for the harainfall, ( I

f Yo\\'A- Gimoiinting In the aggregate! to !.I 16Ipihe I I furred on William H Reading. of _ -.r."

r of Agriculture: I 7; fell between 'Havana bv the people His lro'b'r.
-- ? of vihuh over inches :
eV.t. fnr one) ; LOFTON G.; EINIG
5 o'rkx Tuesday evening andS !' Captain J. D. K"ddlpg of this 1'.1) "ho ;

fi S A. PETIT. f For Nuts Slierlff for one) o'clock Wednesday morning. This I' is iiow visiting relatives In Dade l City Successors toy Lofton t Johnson.! Opposite Post Once VII mi. FlL Z ;

B. E. UcLIN.u \: beats: the record of all observations sends the Times a copy of the Havana {

J5 Z. s. ROWLEY, s JNO FROHOCK/ taken here hince this btatlon was established I Post containing the following::

.1 H. T. FERRIS .-Florida Advocate "William H Redding, on his return

State Treasurer: : R STEPHENS ---- from New York last Wednesday, was
(Pot. for one) I Do You Intend To Build and
I- 'f.: WETzEL.WK. I NEURALGIA PAINS the recipient of a cablegram from

II I ''u-rNago 1.1C "hapelle In Rome Informing ''
| For Tax Collector: I r'lI'umatillm. an. ( pair Archbishop

? 4r V. KNOTTY (Vote for anel> field to the penetrating Influence of him hat the sovereign pontiff SAVE MONEY?

zJ is E. 1tI. BRELB."OJU>. I T. N. GAUTIER I II Ballard's. Snow Liniment It peaetrates Plus X. had graciously bestowed upon. ,p

rV 9.hat. I J 1. WILSON. |o the nerves and bone and being absorbed him the title of "Knight of St. Grl'c-I I
INfORM Tat in \\lnc all branches of the Iluild
Superintendent!of Public lit-I GEO. COX. Into the blood. I Its healing ory. y

o: properties are conveyed to every part "Thl distinguished honor coming uitf) T ties arc represented. The'membert.of
(Yet. for on*) i
pf the body, and effect some wonderful to Mr. Redding through the Ir.terven-l' tin. a.-"ctalaoncheer. a

js4 WTI. K. HOLLOWAY, For(Vote(Counl for Surveyor one) : (\'ures-25. 50c, and $1., at Red Cross tlon of the apostolic delegate: Monsignor Contractors fully will tnrnisli pi in-, sjcifica '

st) J. EMME T WOLFE, GEO. L. MACDONALD. Pharmacy. Chapelle will be heartily welcomedby tines and estim.tc.ddrr.-..,

rr. W. R. 0 NEAT.r" : his many friends In this ciiy,.

R. E. RESLER. 3 I J. IrtVINO GORTON Over 27,000 square bales of cotton I "Knight of St Gregory Is a distinction A t- Contractors. Association

.were shipped to foreign ports from which the Holy See bestows on sso cIa Ion MIAMI.: !-'I.IIRWr' ) :\ F

I For Tax A..r: j'enpacola during be month of October 1 rare occasions, and as a special! markof
of Supreme Court for Term of BlxoU dole for one)
4 T I ,Quaking It a record-breaking: month in'the I respect to gentlemen] ijho have
for one) ; G.O.O BUTLER I I
-' '' amount of cotton handled through: served the best interests of the Church"n .. .. .. .. n _
n R. FESWI"KT-yW I D L. IIUGITES.. port. Most of the busin"s. tool! Important matters It Is an ancient
-
--- -- -
S r W B. siErp\Br "" E. .'. CARLSON. 'aa done during the last two weeks\ of' title, and one which Is rarel> itinferred COOLEY & HORNERThe

Ji -I I ihe month. The exact number of square trim laymen."The .

of --- I ales shipped amounted to 277H2.; ; and'' American residents of Havana
Justice Supreme Cport:
(Yut. for three I For tmctlon Count): SuiiinterJeal of l'uL" i4 the valuation of the saine a.reat..I' may especially be proud of this I honor Real Estate and Rental Agents

M. SLiACKLEFORD.I (Vote for one) M 442.102. fallen to Mr Redding, who
1.' ,THOMAS which has
I 12th Street. : : : : : Opposite First National Hank.
"" J. B. WHITIEID.r R. E. HAW Ii Should the shipments keep up at the :( is the pioneer among: us having resided -

T !\ 8. G. MERRICK "resent rate. and there seenu to be ,, In this city for more than fifty r
ROBT. B. COCKBELL. i,
'0 reason to believe that such will notw veara.
D WELLS.
-.C 0. S. FARR. ., D. I the case. the salon will pass all1' "It was a traditional be'Ief hat the -
ti'I, t
) C. 8 ADAMS reuous record A number of vessels haracter of a knight; should b>' distln-

1 E. P. AXTELL X' : For(Vote County lor Commimsloner one) District: re now under charter for cotton car 'I for !lo ... and munl- DOANE RAULERSON

M. K JOIINS 'ales while there are se\eral now In !licence. t

I ort taking: this class of goods) to for will gladly accord him these virtues tie
HARRY RICHARDS I.KALKHS: IN
lim |harts -Pen cola Journal and cordially i-h him years of hap-
o s
1 Railroad Commlulonerj; rlness The Post applauds the good!:

[ Vole for one) -I I, Commissioner! -:5nd District: i 1 LINIMENT ON EARTH. .
( -_ Kor County BEST uii'.gment of MET Chapolle In singlingout Choice meats. Live I "". .. hol.o.t.Puultr" r
Vote bur one I
(
JOHN L. MOROQN. Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Water Mr Redding as the retlpler of this I II"I Polite Attentionand

H. T. RITCii i :- c:- i I E. H DIMJCK. ,iVorks. Shullsbjrg. "'11I., writes "I Hsttngulshed honor and at the same dressed poultry | A i J K T R E v T v. : 17IE 1 4'

I C. ('. IIAIGHT. :lave tried many kinds of liniment butt time congratulates the Aml'rlcanratholll'tl t II
\C; 'A. C Si.LM f
----j--- j have never received much benefit un- In Havana for having In I II ofYa.ce.m.n
I'
Fi, \
For County Commissioner-3rd District: .1' li I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for :heir midst so ,,'othy a member as 10 N Rbttrpvoa 3t tGo.

NSTITUTIONAL--AMENDMENTS....., .. --. (Vote for one) lieumallsm and paint I think It the Mr Redding to receive this singular I .110 e.bll..llc:01, t lie moat "...- I d' Je
VIII Section < -Intro.i.lng tem Corner 13th M. and .\> c. f) I __ IIe..I_ .",",
pttc* for certain countyjimcyr- .-. i T WINFIELD set liniment on earth 25c a<">c $1. distinction from the sovereign! pontiffI cox

"E&: _. i._ .t Red Cross Pharmacy. I Tampa Times. ti e
Yin,SacUoDIacrcilnx tirmisy



\



wtxtT' f S I r-



\\ --Ih \ -
"'- -- -.<.- .. --
!
-
"

h J I -
-- --- -
,
i- -wefe Sj!-med the veterans Navsau/No. 104, O. A. Lathum
jquent I address, > Dr'1!
CONFEDERATE't J. W .
i on behalf of the local tramp. T. D. Hawkins Roper.D.
7-I, Hon. Francis P *lemlng respondedto L- Keenan No. 14t>, Quinty ; Jas. !

iiNlls ol lue Bngiuning of the Meeting this address and;This oration was as E. llroome. Henry Curtis: i I
:
;i'' triuof glittering gems George T. Ward. No. US. Inverness;
.
d in Ocala. brilliant ax S
; .
, & ,SI i M- Then In a most Spirited fe''l'ng and R. U. Walle, W. H. H. :.1,1 ton. J. W. !," : A Sniff
magnetic; manner funeral Law intro- Allen }:. K. Curtis.Stewart. .
} p'n... Oca'a' Manner of We lnet>da\ dui ed the orator oftjhe' evenlnc.: General :No. 1.V, Jasp, Major 0 ,

pvs: the following wtouut of the l>e- Gr.rge 1'. Hari ton. comniandfr! ot W Hailer I .

k' fantling!: of the annual reunion of Con r the! Alabama DItit I |n. V C V. as the T! i.mi-on H. Lamaru.. Id: Talla- x"". .qa
i, fderatp veteran. of Florida! in that h. io of Olusiee., 2f* ln-, Tom Cesta. John A. Anders..\ ] a r t ,
: (.ltj\ ,' and whlfh will' tie of imprest to ; 'u..ral LaIn' lhis Introdurtlun.aid I E: Kirby Smith :No.; i 171.I St. Augus s tr I of Autumn

ti""l-ran. and nlht-rh t< re no braver seller ever drew a I tine. Major M. R. Coope"! W. U Le'>. k'I

VLIth the'ec.'pUun of brio: a lilt:. .- > t>. J. and his suburb qnaliii-s as an I t: Lot./| A I. Ximmiii: .I. A Kn'ow. 't11p

4 ; windy early in the day the weather rater almo t equalled his reimtationi I .-! I/'
'1upslay, was delightful, and the ..itunilft'iie soldi", r ande enthua'.a-m: he l.ik.Couii'J; .. No 2T1;: I> CYan"
t a
al the reunion of the Con Housed and the ap"J!y>laiis. he r t",1. I .1. 1 I' Milan. ,
f -trate tet.ranf- w-a- !ar'r ''ian, .. :!' 'rill su-iain.-d thejfililORy General Law i i ii Frames; Ihtruiei: .'(, H.i'tow xpll! fy is in the Air

' 'ie nr>t)(U'Ht.-d ;.,, him He waajileas'nit' and fasci- ': Cen-ral; K M I Law. .
:/ The pit ket Liiard iilan. !1"> *rnXoji'riai. 'sting, N s tv1.h11\ : r.18. Milton\ : F M I !Il.ll11-.n
and that night C.eiieral Bal All the KI| n,1" i indeed! abounded II rze'; \\'=rd. :No.: f' :'t. \\ 1111.1011..I .
I'ax'o ai.'I Butte| a amec- .1 P Keddirk., J J
C it lanf|ar ra-S'"nat"r in, i'l\muenre.\ remujjs''ence. wit. K Harrison.
t number of utherv. who take a pronii 'li'tiand pathox.$ ,\would hive done Johnson. C. A McDonnell. 1i \n ounce ofIn'\ \ en ion. you know i isuorliia

"pJIart 1 in ihe reunion, annul, allllat reiht to any a>-..etrtfclase on earth and I Paul Hatch. :'>::0, lllrt:: D C. Hinder Y't\ t p' +urld nf cure. and if |you are a man of \
|he hour of a.--emMii.i In VonseVHaM .. .. ;iri- som' the I lajfcnese of the hour (leorpe: : W Adams f
r TtieHd.fjaft.. rnoon 0'r> seat at' 'Jt>( help prevent U"ilroni < Irvine:: No 1--r'. Tam'la.I:: : T Wal : F ) j lenient,:: you \\ ill [provide yourself with clothing

' ,, wall occupieil"ts imlili--l'np': :: thjrn; In full. I ton. .1 C White. T W. C.lvln... I! :N; y n of iuM\f>r \\cight and take no chance of catching
A decorated .
hall lieantifully \ftfr the onitMis! were ended' Mathcs. J M. CMhcart.Stonewall.
+ lti and white ..1W '" f w+ .1 F.ill ( 011! 1 trying to a little longer wear out of .
wl I( Cunr.I.! rate flaps red "nixie" was Run g'M1ss| Irma Blake !' No IMS.! Oainesvllle. get j |
a
rn r >'uI141ng, jiot plants and flower, whMiathe b'a'ling and! the velwans f* joining: in the Teni-li .1 M, VanIarid Innha'n: \ ">lr: thin and seedy: Summer suit.
;; sVillfiil work, of the tUuBhter1* Alfred\ hewn! ; :No. US : F C.Oailey.

cf the Confederacy of this < ity '
\\ (> are n,,\\- displaying some
43 the hour of S.Sd: the reunion wa burn-The Frank "';'"1".. No. ITirtiW Miles\ 110.I I ;'' .i-. r. ". ,' it- ,I particularly snappy
rt11' d .o ordef by Adjutan'-Gener&l Bank .Tns.-i'h E rirn-i-in. Nn: ISi ;: Fn-d ". :"! I ..u I ;I.I Fall! :styles for :Men selected! from the best productions
.. .
+ 1 Fret 1) L. Ko'wrtt-on. ..t Tallahassee: w* f, r.oliertoii.t t I..1.. .1- .ILn.'Lit.' t. ,
Of r.i mi' !L\, U .1. t i.I'M\ Kfi'iitli.y of Schloss Bros. & Co. the Fine Clothes
X
Among those orriipyinc:: u.-m.-i on the \ thai TieAnder:: .
"' | I is toM preited h .- ,, .t( .\ir
rJatfonn) acre Central I Law. General HAS!' rNRQtTAUifeD FACILITIES son Camp of Miami' was not represented -. -Iy. :"t.1 Makers, whose I celebrated I ready-to-wear clothinghas I

Wlltlrh{ General! Jewell General; 1 Geo. FOR Tlir;: TRANSACTIO:,' OF which is strange. too In view of : raised the standard in Men's apparel.
P ,Harrl on. of Alabama, Gener l Fran ALL BRXNCHE8 OF LEGITIMATE the tact that nelepate:: wire chosen to '
Me.]; P., Flenjinp. and the division and BANKINCl: tttcml,I tire Catherine -1- --
brildwr -tMiuiMHg nun mama o. Honor ., 1"out III ii" .iiiU! r..cr in cut. tuatity[ in fabric and honest workmanship in the'

g; x ]Prayer! wen offered by Dr Wadded. THOSE!' WHO WERE PRESENT. I1IRH INSTINCT.: i the fact that have like .
"blt-h' I I I ,< I makin A.iJ; ti these you seen'nothing: these clothes and ,:
A't lrAl't"bpr. after "All! Hall the
xE* Power of Jesus' Name" was sung, led I I Confederate\ Camps{l'hat Attended the I you have e\ilu--i vn ss. Take these points alto;;etlier: and you have a foundation ,;

*; I* the Daughters. I II I The homing Instinct lasts for life :
Ocala reunionk ih ; fame i f superiority enjoyed by ;
general Ballantine's annual address and a bird sometimes attains th.- age of I

d ..>.'' postponed until this moming. !i I : sixteen years, says a writer in Country I
-'? After, the adjournment there was ai I!, The following\ catpps ol 1 "nlted Life {In America. I have known of Schloss Dr/'-.d: -Tailor6d Clothiag
1 I
I Veterans of Florida' were andkept
g cal 'comingling and Intr.Hluctlon. I Confederate pigeons Imported trom Belgium I
to t At 8:30 the veterans again assembled I present at the Stat4 reunhn' at Ocala I! prisoners for years which when

0 and, like the afternoon session, every this week: I liberated struck out for home, onlyto 1
chair was occupied The division and I George T. Ward pimp. No. 10, Pen- M drowned In the Atlantic or plck- The Price-Range: $ 1 2. 00

brigade sponsors and maids cf honor garola: General G. ''SReo.-** ed up by some ship out at sea. Thlsj Starts at 1
W. H. Lorin,. Nrt.\. 13 Biookfvllle.Hillesboro. I
occupied seats on the rostrum and ; proves that no distance appals !b..m'I'
J' alter the orations were Introduced to I No. 3*.Plant! City; Major During; the Franco-PrusMan 1
tar. veterans and visiting Eues'8. "| R N. Mathls 0. W. WUllan,". French caught a homing pigeon whichwas I DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT OV R."

r l 'Aftet the convention was called to i Orange County, !;o. B4 Orlando. ,...Inltllf'nt to transmit Info' atlon i
f order by General Ballantlne, Miss Sara I I Marion County No. 56, O 'a1s ; F. E. out of the besieged city of Paris. The'
VPkltfleld sang sweetly "Tlie buwaneeTlUer. I[ Harm-. W C. Jeffurde\ R H Norris, bird wag made a prlsonei of war and ;:
In the n \ Miller G. it,! Huhbsr, j) A. I
for
all those present joining kept in confinement ten years. I
k., rborns., Smith. J. M I Martln? L. U V.Mn: T \\.. When given its liherly It at once returned R. W. RHODE 1

4 s Then in a K'.nrited; ai.d l s pb] 'radii Mood. \, M. Orahat W. 1)I I".uimis.. to Its old home, ho"net"PoI
manner lion H A Furl a memher W \\ Jai-);.on. R A t Kelpey. jl ten tears wan not sufficient" to drive 1
k r of;: the City Council in th<> alienee of 1'ici-o. County.. .Xof..ri7.! ;. Hade 'It; J.VaIlace innii us iiiiud the memo'" ; of home '.. WI' -
Mayor Edwards, evcndi-d" the \ ..r..ransa C; \ : : C II Tfira-b'r. i I 01",:n D/J./ ..: s 12th Street,
R 1. ice, No 7.8. .fi"k.on\'llIc" l.liit.nant ''BIll' .. .... Miami Florida.
., cordial e'corrr tol()' ala The gossip N never so happ\,, ." w linn ,
: !'am11..1I'i..o ,Colon.I It J4SIr: -Ctl1.; FrJIicIs! P j
S 'Sc-aKir
Yx "DilPt.1 !Siat
a I I she Is re'atlne a tale of woe. 1 1i
J ', II II !S' C Bit lemon i 1
? rtpimil>-d! t" tl"- < !re n' vrOT"0 \- n.m.iK Ixivjs
a7nylGGAf7rilfIf
-
-
i
.' If' *| i I
I. itn.
\V
allfi
< ii n well .innli n il\ .r. :i : -
Anderson.V.\ [ .. Mo.aicelln\ : Love I is a crrat help! tn thfirl, w.oail's
tat't oration,1Haj Pattf-n I : to make herself ml .'ralll". \ :!())0\1:It :;...t'I.:
.
T L T I'.lar in a siip"i-l; 1 ly i-lo- Samuel 1'&>;("1). J* r d y!
,; ,
11' -
----- r
'' i' d lie may Jr-

;( ; I : war d rt.I .
i | t t hits filed.r .

-I :; : +
Suit \ : I i 'Ant prtwptha!cxry \
Thq 1, r
: : : : :
'! ; ] I : : : : ).


: ; ,

Yod're : CROSS SPECIAL .1,
1 | I ; t 1
: THIS WEEK
I !

r iwII ,' : : + _
Pineapple Frost
a 1 !: Burdine Chret P-jaeh
aa
: ('er.t.
r Lo l
; f | : '' !

riAbM ,' ;

I UK I g t 1
; ; !< :
o\ortInt1Il of( ;
for 1 \\ ltt I a E

L : i I: I: l l
r i I : ;;d I u '
[ M.\RS !

I i, We're Positive gIT'S f 4 : : ; | 'r-I I r i:'>. I 4

': i: : : '

i 1 : : I !

'c-, J HERE. gWe've

"
1 I | |'
__ '
:
--
i 1 : 1 i

Suits You Can Putignt: On r stores.'s. l i '
; I I l {
d I Bread.I.

1 yf wear: :stWfjy. .ind l he ]proud, of four appeariinc-e. Titt'f;; f ffe'liii' : ;' | i I
t t L | t .
.
if jet ill on.of !"
:: firtt-d will: in- your experience: you I ] !

inn- ii"w suit-. d i' .. \
IL allhv cnnd, .
vh -.- --" -= f !! : -' "' :
) ---r---------s- th- la' ', ,
i ; I : I /; liy < t lIa

Vv-'e arc Shewing the & t I I 3rj,
.Sy r I 1 .

New Browrl Mixtures |7 k : i i ;; .. C)

; I Itr- : for ,
'j 1' yo'tri I
-; Il"lIblp.hrl'a-tt-'d f tyles na''ttaw! : fnlli-! .; 1:11! | !
,
ig-: In :>iu;"li'' <>r : \ > i I : i | i 10. "tit ,ho'ild try it t'
/ laels} ", u'ell -formed shoulilers: ijind hand"l niely t; l-mMi I I pri I 'r..1 ')> |>...ipie '' .
!
n :i 'I

They Are Swell. I ,' .

:. \ I | PART OF THE CITY
q ; ; ,

t', Aluo a iie.v. line: of iluta, blacks and muted faliric-\ *. k

__ ..t__ -- |
-
j i .:,

st nO'1 i 'r ml;:! >w the clinical things to slip away fmm you Come in NOW
: : : : Florid '
pick. ;
: gft your tI
: yt

f JOIINSWLL&BRO. ,
1 A ; FUED Hl'TTEH.i;
r : ); : 1.1
General Contractor.Grading. ..
Men. ;
y :; r Miami's Leading Furnishers to ; ; | qBlasting.

I- FLORIDA. k : r
I.I '. l
Wellshn'iec
r 9 : : Slde".lkl ;
w f I I I .nd R >...1 L, nstructl:>lI. .
k -1..;:
,
IM|
'f ,



A