The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00204
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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lefatl toed. MIAMI FLORIDA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1904. "
oliNo. 85 tt.tStwltltrnl.. ti i n MKTU*. Price 5 Cents
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{i' SWEPTi ii Y FIRE[ correct'and !south shipping a' storm Atlantic from I is brewing coasts Apalarhicqla that on the will gulf effect to I I,; BY CHIEF U. 5. ENGINEER A. K. McMullen Hotel at-Tort Leases Pierce.Fort Pierce i NOW OVER 400

i Charleston as two warnings hnte been ; \>. i _.- i ..| Mr. A. I K. McMullen. for the past five '
I recehed Inside the last twnt>'-foiirI I rears_ connected with the produce .

t hours that predict danger for crafts ''In His Report and Recommendations for River and Harbor Imt house of Chase' & Harney, of this

of fine Business 1 leaving port. The first warning Cameat will on the first of next month, sever i Splendid Progress Being Made in
And a Number ,
I Ii
and for Current Year for St. Johns
9:20 o'clock last night was as provements his relations with that house

Structures Are In Ashes. follows: !I I t i I gage in the hotel business. : Miami Public School i iI it
River and $50,000 for Key West and Harbor Entrance
,, Washington. Xov. 11. 9:20 p. m.Adxisory .- I I This was the Information wen out : I

r storm warning. There ls (, Improvements-Other Appropriations Recommended. I this morning br '-. McMullen. whoj( "

some Imlicatlon'of the approach of a I states that he !..J." :,'a1th" For >

Explo.ionjAdded Accompanied the Fire ant disturbance towards the South Floridacoast I ... Hot-I. a' 'Vrt Pierre, frill will! newsy ltrni: of Interest: About School '

from the southwest. I JAdilsory I '::1 : '1' ;>-")...unions at once of i't '. t
t> iu Horror-Jseveral Firemen I Washington Nov. 12.-General Mc-i Charleston hart, i:7. I tters cf Interest Alike to Pupil I
caution until morn'.ng.! :: or v. il i: i ''.i.li r.r K'lt-it" by :11' ;ars--

IJijured But Not Seriously "Frank lIli..ill." Kenzie, chief engineer of the United Savannah harbor, $ v';. f !D..rr.l lj.'r. Thi, bom- has n r.i.:.:10 and .1tron.-Boy.Athletic.

Property Lots.Y | At 10 o'clock this! morning another States army. In his annual report presents I, Cumberland Sound, 5!; ".C".;:. ii'. tf "" .I1") i'ne ..ii>-Ma. tint 1 'tv one Cub'Ir; i1 Have Meet.

jThe I" storm warning was received as folI | an exhaustive review of the work SL Johns river,:{ Fla.. 5C.CO.: .f 1)1) ::: .st ;tlri.-iiiu.li nii'l 11;' to .la'

accomplished during the year ending Key West Harbor ar j .it.-. -,tn $30- '
r I lows: : |I II I Illle: In .tI-re.) 1'1'h.. Has ( ''''st. -

"Northeast storm warning 10 a. m.- i i i June 30, and recommends among other 000. >'r McMiil'en! is < xj.>''icnct| i th> l

KnoxtlUe.. Nov. 12.- Fire eccompanied I Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Cedar Keys, expenditures for the coming year the I Chattahoochee {river, below Colum.following h >'i,1 I li ic. h"\ ill c followed! that bust-l

by terrific expliROn of dynamiteor I Dunnellon, Tampa, Punta Gonla, Punta |!; : I bus, Ga., $34,000. | '..: :'I!u ::re .ii. > ton- e ji-rs .'..>. Th* tr.rolluicnt in the Miami_ _nubile__n_
po"'dei, occurred: on the east side '-''' -'h- :! r-.1 Uti this week
;, Rassa. Key West, Miami, Jupiter I :- 1 when ou accoun' f *:'s health he was I there
of Gay street early today causing a CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. MARRIAGE OF MR. BROWN being au even four hundred pupils
I Jacksonville, Savannah Charleston. forced to seek o... loss of ifco.OOO, whic it Is believedis I present at Roll call
The disturbance Is apparently off engaged with Chase & Harney. His morning
is almos] entirely cov red by insurance. i which Is the first time in the history
: southwest Florida coast and moving Because her husband reproved her, success there Is attested by employersand
| I of the school that
f 'north. Increasing north winds probably Mrs. Catherine Green is dead and her Mr. W. Gordon Brown, formerly of the growers of the East Coast such a daily
firepan was injured but not fa attendance has occurred
becoming high by Saturday night."Frankcnfleld. I husband seriously Injured In New Liverpool England but now a prominent among whom Mack has been a'con. and which
tally and: several ''others were Injured ." I fact proves beyon-i doubt the gl'Owtbof
none I York he having attempted to kill him pineapple grower of Hobe Sound spicuous and pleasant personage and
1"One by filing Iglass, but seriouslyThe school
self when he saw the result of his and Palm Beach was married yesterday In returning to his former vocation
fir' originated unknown In all a
prom of
|At the First Baptist Churcn ,tomorrow harsh words. to Miss Mary Grace Warmington, Mr. McMullen carries with him the the grades the teacher report .
Woodruff Hardware Co..
In1he the pastor will preach at both --- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris best wishes of employers and the public progress and a willingness and

i- a seve -etDry ashes building ,which was reduced -'( service Subject 11 a. in.. "The The United States monitor Wyo Warmlngton, prominent and of !Miami who hope for him abun determination on the part of the scholars
to' at a loss of $175,000.
;I Lord's Hidden Ones." Subject, 7:30 Is ashore the wealthy residents! of Euclid avenue dant success.For lo master the studies they have
ming Washington
f Ire-story of the CaMe
The new building -
and to
p. m., "One Who Could N'otfId. Cleveland Ohio.
I i coast. She gpiting: a leak Thursday
-fir. Plant Co. was wrecked by the i for a place In the ranks of
Miss Warmingion Is one of Cleve our future
and went on the beach during a fog.
t iL explosion I and the sU-story Arnold ,
land's popular : men and women. "*
; most and charming
; Heneger ,i Doyle i}' lolesalc! shoe :: I and REWARD OFFERED
REPUBLICANS'[ young ladies Is quite a society The pupils of the higher grade hare
dealers house, was gt rally damaged I! Six attempts inside a week to wreck
r, leader. She Is well and favorably i been studying Longfellow' Courtllhlp'of
train No. 1 of the Baltimore & Ohio
)> fire anjl water.
j, I known at Palm Beach, where she has Mile Standish<< In
As he |esult of the explosion' I Railroad near Kcarnston. The last ; connection with
'Ibtt'rs D DEAD[ 0 OR R ALIVE heir
I English
spent several and hai: a host work and so much interest
window pane and glas show case in WILL CONTEST attempt was .made Thursday nightwhen
{ of friends. She jwas; one of the mosfgraceful has been shown that
a radius of two blocks of the'Ire., were j a pile of crosstles wer.-- placed 'I they have
dancers Washington decided to dramatize
ahattE'ret1J| The fire la now under com I, on the truck, and but for the j'act that ; the story and
1 ball, given by Mf. Fred Sterry at the i I' have It played tor the benefit of the
plete control 1.v I j they: weie not secured the train was
Poinciana; } I!
Royal ,fc\ilm Beach last F..brll3n' School Improvement treasury. The
I I I I "at'. .I. I I
I i Capture of Ed Jackson, the Slayer lines have
'' ; already been assigned
MINI TOWN WIPED OUT. : Returns of Maryland Goes Against' -- I I andthose
I Mr. Brown Is ja popular and right of Sheriff Daniel of Fayette County ': taking! part have gone into the

: Them-Still Believed The Democrats i l'n Anaconiing a, Col, Nov. 12.-This min- I West Vi"ginia-5itu j
Grm'f'r.Cle'eand: i
'prathlcajlly have Seven of the EightElectors. party i friends from Tit ,;"illt' to :Miami will Standish and the talent of a

town was wiped out I went hunting Thursday and had splendid undoubtedly, e\\o\ him hearty congratulations Still Under Control. I Favershaiu or Marlow.

by the! fire last njght One hundred... 1 i| luck,' bringing back sixteen all i I1
j The
I jI Boys' Athletic
frame holM's were a'estroyed. No : --1| Club mo: yester'cfay 1
',and seven ral.bits., The Advocate OIIlR'-I... best wishes '
I afternoon aC\he.Khool
lie auditorium
damage was done to many large I .
I I for a long lire of cuiimibi.il l.ilss and and Initiated Cecil
shaft houses of the lints hpiv. It is Watson to member
estlm<(te<.!that the loss jvill reach $2:;.- I IIIII. '' I[ J-tdse!; Park'tr has announced,!llhal he i i prosperity., -Titufc\ille, Advocate.Messrs. Charleston W. Va, Xov. 12-Officers 1 ship.) John Boll was chosen managerand

.. i 1 I Baltimore, Xov. 12.:! -The counting, |I will return to the practice of law, and I i:i --. I still, control the situation in Fa'I'IIt,1 Charles Dillon?: (captain of the

'. 1 1i of the ballot in this city lips, \been that lu has several nrono it ions open P. and' ,R. Ilatcnhal1!, of New club\ baseball! team. Officers for the
: (ltlml but at noon had not reporttvlthe .
: y. ]
YACHT DESIGNER WATSON I fini.-hed. lint tlio. 'tabulation j will not to him, though he will probably; ak' a York have rriiel In the city and ensuing: year were installed and other
I I II vacation first for the benefit of Mrs.1'arker's will spend the "winter here, Mr. P. capture of Kd Jackson the slajer'i matters of routine nature: tranacted..
be completed' b.roteIon 1 -; ,'. I health. j ji!! R.neiihnll probably erecting a fine Sheriff 1 Its nit-I. j The young ladles of the school met
Indications still! point seemingly certain
;;: I i I'
a Glasgo Nor; eorge Leno I 'residence on hisproperty] acr.uired; In.I G.'rIr'hill' today offered a r..1 yesterday for the purpose of organizing -

& "Watson Ie yacht ,d..sl t'r, who has to the election of seven Democrats i As the1'' result of a drunken 1'0al Fort Dallas Park last season. Mrs. I card of lice hundred dollars fur the : a basketball. team and to prepare

been 111 f r some time. led ths: morn and one Republican eleVtotj r but Kamihall still, in the North but will for a at
Sparlanliiirg. S. C., a white man named capture of I-M Jackson dead! or alive, : game an early date with the

x lng. He a8 born. In J1>1.BAPTIS jl It Is not probable Ibat'eu thH result 'I :Neivinan; shut and killed his brother ,. come down In about two 1.IiR.Irs.. II and one hundred! dollars for the capture Rest Palm Teach team: Miss Lottie
Richard Ra\eiihall is
at prt.'nt'IKII.-
will officially! be confirmed Utitll' the : In law, a man i' :Maynard wa* chosen president of the
I named \m'r.1 of his ;brother" George; Jackson.
HEARTILY ins in Ireland bet will return to I, team, and MLss Mildred Taylor, secretary -'

... DISAPPROV LYNCHING i examines '; I ica about Christmas when she 1\111''! and treasurer. The meoibers'of
I come here and Join her husband. the
club 111'11It.'t
.. I Ii clown to Dra..tt.IIt"III' :
w I Both Bides clal mtbe, Siatd'iitiij, the :,i I Ii f '' and there will be lively rtvawyI

The 9ptiEt j jdlnlste Conference Republican leaders declare that, It the Grand Jury of DeSoto County Makes First Methodist Episcopal Church.corner The following papers were filed for I to make the team.Miss .
of Riehm nd has rC'om tended 10 the ., d Ijwcird In the cl< rk's office of the clrcult ,
ii I Another Investigation of the Case. \\eniK' ] and, Klexenth street.i:13 i : .
Maryland tibt de-!
,, electoralote i Ingram: elocutionist ib\ the
Virginia' baptist Curve tiuo IiUftli toi i court today:
k 'on-I !ti ; a. m., Sunday School( : Kdwin Nelon [ I Dada
the r I cl.tre'l for Roosptelt that they trill ( county schools, went to Palm
i assemble adoption a pater prepared Florida,
llostoa and
: I The grand Jury of DeS b) Rt'Dr.. S. Alit hell ofRichmon s test the result In court. i' j Atlantic! Coast 1 land, ('n. to William gave a re-
r i! :I'J :: \\ hL<'!I aifjourned one Saturday la.->t, worship: senimn by the pastor subject clad last nlcht. ,
College, phi h Is a protest '- wife fur $;:;.11'1 five acres I
r and
I made a thorough investigation;; of the "f'hristian'Perfection.. ; :3.'i: 1 p. : I 1'io.s.ser '
against 'n'hlng. It 1 held. by Dr. CRUISING YACHT NOVIA \ ::1 I i I Im. ; The Bo>'s' Athletic Assiiciiilon has
t \ II township 3J: sotuh
sedton rangei
; iit* i'"OOIKT nluriler! case, thorough! sifting .. Junior I,,ragn '. Special meeting: in I|
i Mitchell bat lynching 8 wrong. and ORTJt !I decided upon. December 23 as the data
ARRIVES IN I I 'ill the I alleged "new evidence" discovred. in organisation' I If$ '0 be p,'rfevtcd. f: 43Kpnorth : 'i i east. .
f the folio ini reasons f r that ('on len- t : of their 1'IIII-anoRIlI field day contest
I i' but failed to return an indictment l.ea::u.W.. F. Millet! iiresiilint \- i I Commissioner and rccel\er's detd. I. s.

I Hon are iumenlted: Captain Dick Carney Arrives* tome :against any of the lersoi\s whom 7t\; ::' evening worship, sermon :|'I' John H. Keilly, conimiti-Ioner, I II and I II. I

1. DI'CI .e It poi:s no !stop 'rlml' I I I r. I (''M.pt'r i has tried to implicate in the 'y the pastor su,.jert-1lrats(; | '!. or Wild I 1C. Tuttle. receher to Dade C"InI1>- It\
It brutallz .s a community. I and Greets I I BALDHEADED SCHOONER
se ,' "iendti : murder of Marshal Bowman says lie ;rap..s-1Chihi9. All are fordlnllynxitcd. s'ract Co.. for $:)0.,11110'8 3. I. II, 13.: : -

;. 4 1t'IIJ widen the Captain Dick Carney, niastiapf the ;| Tampa Tribune. I j;[I block Irt, and lot 21. block 97, :Miami The A. J. Pierce. Jr" I I. the Plrst of

4 Beet lee It lO '|| This means that the krand jury I is Herman G. Porter. Pastor, Deed ('. 11. Cary and wife to Joseph | That Class .
of its Jurldlrlion. supurb little cruising!" yaelit Not la. I I 7 Come Here.
I scope I still' of COOlK' 'i1 guilt. !It is Jefferson! and! I Lords P. Church for ll.ii" -
'Jhfoun.ls' owned Mr George; K. VanVtHk! : of convinced
Bec It IWllletl les by
4. stated that the State Board of Pardons, HOW SWALLOW DID. I Curtain laud aggregating; ; 19 12: acres The schooner Andrew J. Pl rce. Jr.,

the Inn(118e with the illy.. Toledo, Ohio' came up to tbet-" .# this has been awaiting thl,' imestigation;; r-' ,i in section li':. township j''11 south range; I Captain Smith hailing from \ :nt.'ard

5. Dt.'c .t It I barns ngs the only ; morning and moored at !ihb T I IT Ro>al I I by tho (grand jury It failed to de- Prohibition Candidate for President 42 east. Hat en. (Is. the first baldheade.1 schoon-

E Mower t cars afford us protection dock. -* I' the I'I deed., Catherine l Know les er to enter the
In'' I|i 1..10an.tblng\ In the man's furor Interviewed on Election N.ight \\arranty i I i I".rt of Jacksonville,
icondlllons ,
t DOI"r. th" IInollalollll The Notia is one* of the fijMraftsIhlVport.t I i, board will doubtless refuse to interfere I .--- I to Emma N. :Moffat: for $1 jut> and other says the Times-I'nlon. +

' which w of the SOlllh live. of her class ever coming to land,i,, I the hanging of the murd -rer will According 10 toafdispatch from Harris-1 con-id<'rations', ,I.it :5, block 41. Miami i I A haldhcad'-d !schooner Is a vessel I II

_' 6. Because It prt'judl s Ih.J world i' She is 75 feet over all In !leEgttt' 1T.S ', place In a short time. nirg. Pa., Lir. alas C. Swallow the Warrant' died. Catherine Knowlesto I without a lopmn-t. The Pierre Jr.. Isa

against UII. feet beam, anal 3.10: feet, drn: ||,land ispropelled fake I \Prohibition candidate for President I i R'mna N. Moffat.! for II Liii' and 1 othert'ous1deratbus. newessel and I her trip tit .lacksonI -

.. Because It frighten from our borders -, by n twenty-four hori} pwer& CORN PRODUCING STATISTICSFOR aid' his prayers at 1* o'clock last Tuesiay 4n acres in section 21! *. I l'illw was her inal!>l"n vo>'a'::e Fbe

d8lfable Immlgral bn an-I invest: I motor engine. The yacht I. h to J.olIgh j night': as Is his wont turned out town-hip .;'-' south range 41 "11"1.I i I brought a c-ariro of cement to Charles-
THE YEAR 1904'1 (
mf>nls. in every detail and Is;.especlajiy Adapted he gas and went to bed, where is Is I Warranty died' Catherine Knowlesin ton which way (l .!I'har.t.:; She Is now v'i

: J. uecs'hae the. lynch og of negroes. ; to cruising purposes liFL i ;$wnl'r 'resumed! he. slept tile sleep of the :M.irion M. Bailey for $1.111 and other taking' on n cargo of yellow\ pine! 111m1 -

intensiflt& racial bit I mess. and n be down abou| h mid' considerations, block 44. Miami.j tier for Cuban
: and party will 1 Washington Nov. 12.;Preliminaryreturns 'iKhieoUS.: i I i 1 p
lards an} h'lpfuf"'ad1u tment of thed lie of next month when getaway to the chief of the bureau of Asked on Tuesday ('I'.nin..llI'n' lief|I I

strained tnncUtion" in I c Sollth. for a cruise on: the Shlpt-oasl. statistics of the Department of Agriculture voiild 1 receive the ejection returns, heinswered I!j, SITUATION AT FRONT Sold His Oranges.Mr. -

9. Because It Imveachfs the plrlt of Carney as Master. : : I [ STILL UNCHANGED.
Captain of in : j
the corn
production .
:on Wm. M. Brows cf TI: .1: ...;. and
fatrness r the Anl1lo-8o(0n.; ) of The No>la arrived atGrove titianut 1904.! indicate a total yield of about "At my home.) if lit ing, the morning Miami has sol.l his crop (.f (.ra.I.tes, on

10. 1ediuse the cc'iiunuanCtc' last Wednesday aflifi.Jiavlng 53.000.000'bushels or an average of after elec-tion. I will h.! NatisHed with Mukden, Xov. 12.-The situation is d
Federal In. his trees near Tltasvllie. fm :::;!">..5rt.to 1 1I
Jyn'blngrrlll tend to bring Journeyed easily down >the r-rat and 2G.7 bushels per acre as compared he returns, whether our rote l II*> larger unchanged today. and the artillery I Mr.V.. J. Duncan of XVork." v

in at Beaufort Savannah and those who i'fighting (continues at times crowing ,
Kmall. Let are
t'rfrtt'n'f'Ii putting with an average yield of %5.5 bushels worry Owing to his p.iultitiiliroiis!\ interests t

' coulpdfpd also lie said that the main and other places out of the ba *either.and per acre as finally estimated In 1-X.' I 'ponsible for the liquor traffic--that re-I, heavy, particularly to the southweHt.The I on the vast Coast :Mr. Brown could not

objecuou to lynching -pone murder another. she came'up to the city J'nom,1+ i I 26.8 bushels 1902. and a ten-year average he ehurch011''' who vole to Japanese shelled the Russianto'lHons IlIn,1 lime tn pock and ship his oranges, e i

crltne does not Justify ing for the first time! of !U bUllh(I .- rate It by votins\ for the parties thr.tfaxor unremittingly: yesterday and so he w ld them on the trees.
lawils sufficient to punish crime : t I''the I did A I TjUusvlllt -
Russians not reply. se\er
The j preliminary estimate of average It. | j
r \ I Advocaie.The .
and motif should be IIU pressed.j' Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. V t t i Bacbus yield per acre of tobacco is $19: pounds "If your tote i Js small, will jou give( artillery eneagement is taking plio I 4

: :. it, the the fight" ; on the Russian right: this afternoon.
theme last night a girl baby. :as compared with final estimateof :HP\ I I usual sorvbes will I>e held at

I "Grow h" will be the sermon tomorrow rfW' 786.S, pounds In 1903. 797.7. The "Not If 'WO Prohibitionists know our I I the M K. Church Scnrh tomorrow

at the Presbyterian Church, Dr. Bnloe A. Brooklyn chemist as that average, as to quality: 89.5 per cent ehes. We haTe continued the fight; The Cotton Market {preaching by Dr. FulwcKxl pastor, both 't
at the u o'clock small quantities of copper Mlt hate as compared with 85.9 per cent.' one Against all ldslfor. thirty years. Oth..rarllps New York. Xov. 12.: -Futures closed. I morning and evening.
I will sing a duet. I 1
and Mrl Russell! Sunday\ school atrXo ( will destroy the germs of tjfphlod/ fever : year ago. i! have conie on gone, but ours. steady. November 970; December H'l-V;: : I

"Come Into' Me. The In resorviors and other ergs bod-, The preliminary estimate of the average ;oes on fore*er.L January 9s:>: February l>''>3. March I Mr. S. H. Richmond, of the *. iverse

9:45 a. evening service.Wednesday 1 lea of water. It Is asserted.lt Chit one I yield. per acre of rough rice Is i iI "A defeated candidate is of as little 1007: April. 101tfay; : and June, nn; i Bridge Company arrived today and

f midwee"expjects Ice next million yield onsequence bt a victorious candidate, July. 1022 Spot cotton closed! dull
the part of copper sulphate to two1 :2.l:: bushels against an average : will go to work r-n the steel bridge

eveningj '111 be be in.omitted attend: nee, as on Presbytery pastor I parts of water wil prevent; Possibility I iof 32.7 bushels In 19<13. and 27.3 bush. : ut a defeated conscience"' Is the dead- j'' middling upland n>25: ; middling gulf. I over Miami river at the-foot of Twelfth

Lo of contamination with typho ld. ,! t'llln 1902. >1 st of all dead things. 1050. I street."j' .
at Bu Augustine that ..-' +.-.+. ----

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il ilTHCDAILY 1+ .... T:r-Mi i1 t qI.tAnce { "'

If there are any more state m*...r, ..f a Ihtmirral mho turner the where he married. In ISSflj be returnedto House

the Republican should Dot bv at all trick and gad hlnmcir elected governor.: Jackson county Florida and locatedas Hinson

; \\'{ kxiilk4 .ax. not only a successful a practicing lawyer. He was at one
bashful In making known their sang '11. ..
MIAMI METROPOLIS.Knund .- '. anti one of the old familiar time circuit judge there. i NewIYlFurnl,ned. In new location. Rates II.5Cyer>> dam"

.j.- The Federal office holders all went I fare known and recognized:: by In the winter of 1S61-2:! he organ- SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331;; 14th; St.. "laml.aFlorld

Wa1Lb.aev.rv. e, .supt Sssea7.k column. '.. ery man woman and child whereveriii' lard: a company in Jackson county --- '
Raid the nests
home to tote i I .
--- t '..i.ml| ,.. r< are iHnletl., but ho is also which was slKnc.l to the Sixth Florida '

f [ [ T M, and turns from It certainly the appearani-e look: as if of the the S<..nll r+ ail, aH..tle ol coixl Kovernment and r,' in..nt.. In the orsani/ation ofreKlmeni The ,

__ i iIlL whichit il t ,ipractical, phtlantkntpint-altogether thr he was elwted l colonel.In .. AI
if the to >
IV1IIII'I'JO'I' f. iti nf the -HIT' of J,rajgtforward. MIPftil the' Miminer of !l\f',; his regimentwa
U entitled.Il \ I
1.-: ; at Miami.Florid. .
la PaUme it !>II-!hi.ss nit n uhi coiiKtliiiieti.uKln.if < ordere.I to T..nt.-!a nn1 thereparticipated

aaMCOodocl..lDo.tter.- i tI If \ of the I'nited Statv*.-' j in the cnnipaien. In Sepitemlier. IDS EMilk. fi. ISABELLA. Kasdr f'1 '
I d on .
j the IK'inorr.iryIn
pnblUt f lie hlll"llh..I I
Boutnero j Jlewiptper Is to '..
TM t iatiu: .l.iiirual. IS' :, his riKimeiil t V.a-i mot rd
e main land of tfc'e ratted at.te..t ybe the North, has eiHiiish; memVrs 1.-ft I
mot soothe ,.Uwu r.rmina 1 fill the eVTlimit tonnuitt. "I'I.,,....., from Knoxville to ('hir tma"lIa aa.1 S S .'.-S .'r .-*_. .- .- .- .- -.-.-. .

...... ...... '..00 I II to GENERAL J. J. FINLEY WAS KHik. p.irt' in ili.it cautpaihn. --- 3
1M Till byua4. Itt'ale'l niiiK'j't i"*ee alty I I r ad
will a : : Corner Avenue B llth Street.
{ CHARACTER. the luitlf of :MissiNotfiulMT .
I2.b0''I A BELOVED At mary
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BX ItObUlS.nn. .... .. claim\ ill-- il iQ'loeron; ,>f l) -!..iiu.llv"orUfn.il' ':: I "
.... can 1 :! l I1!tl;:!, after tras:.::'-N unity TH.E
Months... ........ ... 1.5' roll in.iu for the l'ix-si.l\ lH"j /
11M Week by Carier.... ... ... I I, .10 H,s Death at Lake City Removes One J:I wits drawn from the rr'tnU'.v .Inf. ''olonilumlrfil I G. A. MULLCR.: ) Proprietor.
ill II:""
.- J i I rallied! s MIDI cix I Flura
Officers of the
of B st Known I
The Miami Pinting; Conpan'; If the Ku lani- can not p--t tlnjl I j Confederacy._ iota. linn T'nion iiii'l cliefKi il illMi.iVnl !'
Unrtlalq rates made know on Halite il-et through the Sue canil ''I urn
} I I In January. > ;.I. \vis| :r,>,p .im>-dliriiiiiilier SAN CARLOS I
application. / 1TEI.EPIJONE. 1- i hey can bend then o\er to go lit roll' h i Vtl.inia Juiirnal! Si ri.il.l
ci-iu-ral 1111.1! ttutntnde.l
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f .,& the I'nnama canal. ThaI rnstiuiuJtJ; [ ..tke C'l1). Ka.! NHv-hi the ilraili .
Florida hrUa-le! until Aiparticipated -':n.r ::1. I1 '
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILEilNQ. will IM-conipleled (bttarthat squall | of C;.-r,-ral JI-M- Finli-y Sunday at 2 ill ,
( in eanth'dgm'' in t.r:
432 and m Twelfth Street.I' will canto \eiiture very cliHj to the \\t. Ill. al tin- liouif\ of his tmt.Capt.] C. : the (I08MJH1 OpenagtiepeardtLSoperdapandbp
;gin: v.us lit liaitle o| Atlinta and
Opposite Court seat of boslihiU-s. E K.l'inli'v, a liflnvi'd, character hatr91. 1 ,, lilt !< _'"' I..l'<"nmercialI
'II1.lt"'lIt' R.-t : ,
was aeea 1:3. May II mr iinriM'i: >L& ROOMS
c 'il r .>..*.1 aa.ir.Though : pU"'IWnn"'
11. 190L IIll'th'! I General i : I'':1.: t IVI ;..t B*< t3. Nra.'tYr'tyH
Frid y.MO\l'ber, !! Now; gentlemen with analytic: I ; <; : i r'inley would haveI I-
I On August 31: ho was lisabled bv asound . . . I .
old I
i : Mis are busy with their \ 'ork" ,alnsu I \\\ii-n,\ '.'- > are on November; H. he 1 +/ .
wliile in ih.liaitlt of .lonesbofl'his .,...
of will handicap any tables l'n.1 l will 1 well >il and in mx health --"
I Lack votes and iri-cervf ;
# I 1 liars newspaper a* | I Ca ieneral; Itiillock tln i ,,".k :rgrof ; .... ............. ........ ..........................
.t' pan)'". { sKii Veil It'atand why it hiip''ned. I p[ tn 1111 linit> of his death lit1\ wasikon the lirieadi'
1 AiLvway. we can turn our aitentiiiriI ; I with slaw to\rr on Thursday, J 1 Avommo.latous! first class. Fine View of the Bay ;
I [In 1MI7 h.11111"1) to I 4k. City wild t r rt
The pcopl'S !n the minoritjy In J I lo'lh" Kiiuutiiin at Port Arthitruol Iii 4 111.1 l suffered only a fenday's.. .
art I family an 1 practiced l w "I l h ('aptA. +
this country. |I conditions of the armies in the Miik- A -.hdri K|"I"c"I! l ital service was hold
H. Linen I I i ii II 1 BAY
i dea neishlMirhnod. 'I1 I al the house Sunday; night! as the re- THE VIEW E
.. 'I j In IV.tti: ; h>' was "II'Cto'd 10 ( .Ilgrrtsand ,;
Texas and.Mis:) FIP\l1 arc stall) Jem- I (nins were 1,1 k"l' away Monday morn- i
I .
U served' two terms "
ocratlc. I| The South Florida Fair is to on {II::: ,1111 an early! train.Tin .
'I I In issii h. moved to twas ; tinesalte; ..indtin. I
Tampa next weekend everyon" knowthat a' doral! offeriiiKS; were many and ) I. *
: j' ( I appointed! jmlue of hlhir I.w
"The colored troops fit nobly: but Tamilii never does anything uyj f!h-'IIUliful. aII.sting: the love and rev- I I Il!
"fenit.I In lsy| he reiurm to Lake Cil> CONNOLLY Proprietor
their aim Yo as bat halves. The Slate fair this' 'so witIeclipse I ) : rftiee in which ,ho is I held in the comiiinily. !
.1 He was apoiuteil 1 in IV:' ; by ill.- tloviil ; -
anything! of t'v! HItempled Though:: the body was taken t t
the$ who expect nothing, *. |, Prim as senator tu till < a term for I
Blessed are ; .
in Flori for they shall receive it. go and sty it. And t I il to{> i oxtii'incil it an honor to follow I a few fUonl h I Next; to Terminal Pier Oposita Railroad Depot. i
I Icl In pulilic us in prhut life, his r.eord -
I there by the humlreil-,! ;I h his noble man. '
"The tumult an| the shouting di< s; I ) has Ixvn fair ainl untarnished.e 1. i MIAMI. FLA.

The captains and the kings depa" fl' ,'' A Miuad fnun I Company II. First state has lost a notlnHijile e cili/eil.! the i; ....................u....... ,
iI Miami and Dado county win ir "lorida regular; ;..I.;:...>.rs, uogt titer ( irieni.!
a generous ,
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what t! bt ,' the l.aualidin of cadets from the I ;
the Invading Japanese iili
Where la the ;Author of the prtdic- give : I "' .
want with a grew do!*' less trou .Ii,! !"ni ersity cf riuriila. were the mil ,
Uon that Illinois would go Democratic
than the Russians are giving then@" h and with uuiHIeJ drums ;
Lary ehcorts.
: The first National Sank ; ;;;
Manchuria antl1 after they get it It :itl. l layed a solonm dirge. :

.... The Democrat f C party 'Is a cart' or be worth just as much to them 1 as el I His clallhler'I; +Slrs.[ Griffith. Capt. C. Of Mie..J j The Southern '

whole of Manchuria and Corea.: eI" A. Finley, Mrs. JU Finley, of Gaines- I j jI e. 'cc .
principle. The R PUbliCan party mat I''
"Yellow Peril" will be watched h re lillc.'and Mrs. Basset. of I'aiatka, together -I Ii i .
to be a party of rlnclpal and Inte st.
t 1 1i with Interest and curiosity: all over with a guard of honor of cadets CALLS ATTENTION TO ITS 1

} morn.l.n the country it: accompanied the body to Gainesville) STEADY GROWTH-COMPETENT, FORMERLY TIlE "PIONEER HOTEL. tEo
Good i; do you know 11' ere (
.fl where he was laid to rest beside his MANAGEMENT: ANDJ SUBSTANTIAL '
I can rent a hbgser Is the preva ling \. FORSSEIL. Proprietor,
question In 11111 at the present 1me.Ir. I' .
-- J Many friends not alone in this state MERITING THE CONFIDENCE RATES FROM ;2.00 UP I

a There are a few oases In the dei ltrtof hut throughout I the south mourn his OF THE PEOPLE.
p ) Shasta ca once more eater into : '
I Str and Aieaue B
diplomatic relatl6us with his old friend ; the Democratic defeat. Folk, in Missouri .death. He( like,,Gordon and Hampton Corner of Eleventh :

I has apparently been elected i i;ov. served his country In peace as well as A RUNAWAY BICYCLE, MIAMI FLORIDA.
:rom Wataon. 'I
ernor of that state. And this i'a ,i in war. 1 I . .
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Now If Port Arthur will only SallIt tribute to the man's personal Inl Jesse J. Finley was born on November terminated with an ugly cut on the leg

maT atop I19me at that postcl tion rity and unswerving honesty whlci ..J 18, 181%. near Clarkesvllle. Tenn. of J. B. Orner. Franklii| Grore, I1L It i ilOQ

talk. t .1 I has well deserved. Grafters s4nJbe In 1837 as captain of a company.of developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding, TUCKER & GREEN

____. I III as scarce as hen's teeth In Mlsourj .Tenessee mounted riflemen he came to doctors and remedies''' for four years ,

From the returns< DOW In It looks II': from this on. Missouri Is to be 1nl( I I to Florida to aid' General Jackson in Then Bucklen'a Arnica'' Salve cured.) Meat Retailers Ss. v

though )lr. Shoats will hue a hard' gratulated on her choice of. this disciple the Indian war. He was in several It..lust M good for Burns, Scald. Skin

time to Plek a jury to bls liking the of clean government j ,I engagements with the Seminoles. After Eruptions and Piles. %!,.. at all drog- FLORIDA AND WESTERN! MEATS POULTRY. EGGS. AND VEGETABLES.:

11011011', matt'1 r. I And In"Massachusetts Is anotbet1. I this war he returned to Tennessee stores I Corner Avenue D and Third streets JIJamL Florida. w

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II.Per I fcent' cab. be Made.I .


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10 Per Cerii Guaranteed! 1116 Months

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a W Jwill is three and one half blocks from, the

I sell2more' lots'Riversid

y, Court I- ouse and City Hall and 4 blocksJrom the .

1 V Post Office and main business part of the city.

: i : 12th street runs directly through the center and 'has

? ; :f .c more fine houses than any street in the city.

at $ 300each in"RIVERSIDE I '

'.. I I i While we guarantee 10 per cent. ,

I we firmly believe 100 to 300 per ;,

;r i +! .-I I cent. can be, made on these lots I


The new steel bridge across the Miami River will :

b \ 1 be com leted by January 1st, the streets in Rvier-
V.' 4

and Ito purchasers of- these t 2:1 } lots we', will give a side wit be paved and sewers and water pipes laid .

WR TTEN GUARANTEE to sellwithin: six Nowhere else in the city can desirable, residence:

I months' from to day at .advance of.too or to re- lots with these conveniences, be bought for less .

fund the purchasers price together! with 10 % interest than eight hundred to one thousand dollars...........


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Ifs qu are d stinger in the city see us ana get prices on property which we handle exchl \' 1y. We can rent you a furnished l house today- for $15 a month

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; I : J.: M.; TATUM I & .. COMPANY" Miami Prissell Building Rooms 8,9 and floridar 10'

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$ f QUESTIONS ANSWEREDInformation ,i -

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Tticprofessiofe j. a

of Interest to the Prospective Settler

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Concerning Miami and the Southern

Pattei oa' "1'ATTodNEYS tta.tA 'Portion Dade County. I


; In HI court.,HUt aad Federaf directed in section of the country, I .
Will practice an to able as any -
So Inquiries
UclUtfetforcumlnlncuiA iwrfeettntUad many Is the SJfes1
pedal 11| the Metropolli by proepcctlt lettlera 1 and far snore so than In most. I

Title.FO.aox Miami. Fia.D homeseekera concerning boudltion* THE CITY'S FUTURE. i I R I E .
I 'zistinf In this Part of the country, Miami possesses all modern conven- i ea s t ia a Le e Investment On Earth

T. 8IAQOS. M. D., I ind the burden of correspondence entailed fences of civilization, as electric lights, i (

I thereby hai becom' o-heaTy. : water works, sewerage, telephone system _-_ _-h- _--_-_-_---
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MinnBosldeim I I
Office with Kd Crou hare attempted the following free mall delivery, three nfO."V--
tab Stre !
fnarr At. C I article to summarize cl Information pers, two national bank., not '... Here's within the reach of Everyone I
MIAMI FLORIDA. u la most Important, and to bank etc It has miles of b a"tlnu an Offortonity \ )

I IDR. inswer the questions most fn quently streets of native whit stone. It Is

J. It JACKSON, nt1 uked. It is hoped by' this means that practically the terminus of the Florida 11 toProfitable make a
ol East Coast Railway, for though an
i sample copy of the paper/ which
I omcx: { mndreds are sent out, wilt $In j,most tension of the road has recently be ex-j .

HOTEL BJSCAYNE BLOCK, AVK. D Vases, serve the purpose Intended bet- built, penetrating'1 the farming lands I I Real Estate Investment

MIAlll FLORIDA. er than a personal letter. Specific In- forty-five miles south, this Is merely I

I :'ormatlon be obtained writing a feeder to the commerce of this city i
I IDR' may byj) ... '..
W. B, RUSH; ZZ :o any of the real estate firms Here are located the steamship docks J__-_-,,'' _. irrv '- &_.::;-t ?.."...-. --- ,-t-A
I whose advertisements appearjto j this of the i?. &; O. Steamship Company, !

street, 'Phone M. whose lines are operated to Key West
Office SfS-VlSth paper; and the best way to tetome fa- I
Rfojide''i, :-OS:! "9lh St. rN I k. mllltr with local conditions, progress, to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense f4fJ

IkC$ MIAMI. FLAW. industries and current' tiarfpenlngs, wharves: ., are being projected, to

i_ while contemplating removing to thissection. keep pace: with the vastly Increased I

BACKUS, Is through reading thi:Daily maritime business that must follow on

"-_. OSn" Cf't'Planl : -:: jr the Weekly Metropolis\{; ,thi former the deepening of the harbor, work on i .

,Speci8cationl std Dftane Yadt of which will be scat to, any: address which Is'; now actually progressing. An I .

for B'fUdhtp ot AI Klndl, Fine it the rate of $5.00, a year, 11.25 i for appropriation of $300,000 has been secured I I I,

Residences a_Specialty. three months; the Weekly-Hi'args 1 12- from the Government for harbor I :: .

"I 1 OFFICE ls' +VENUE I D. page paper-being milled tot $1,68. Improvements, and the Florida arM .

year. I East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to I I .... ..:M .... : ",bLl. ... 1 J
MiAlH. expend 4 like amount. Thus, $600.000 L -- -
:eogers: THE CITY OF
:0. I I Is now being used for this purpose andIt The Johnson-Waddell Addition to MiamiIN l
rCi11asad.oisatisltiaL I Sprang out of the wilderness eight Is a moral certainty that farther appropriations I
rears ago, the railroad
Prier will bo secured until the STARTING PRICES VERY LOW-$J5.00 UP. TERMS. TEN DOLLARSDOWN
to this
ENGINEF tils. point,April IS. 189C. .
harbor Is In a condition commensuratewith

tOUic I ? o. 41212th: 5y M a&. FIa.Daytaa. tlmeone store the whose Indian"trade aDd was a principally few Its'Importance from a comma LOTS 60x1:::5 FEET WITH FIFTY:FOOT" STREETS AND TWELVE I
FIa.1 C cial., geographical and strategic FOOT ALLEYS.
eking oUt A pied I aPHIS
that"" scattered famllie*,
{ ')0 Tan Ear EDt Coast of Florida.at Ions livelihood b, wreeUa' and th' standpoint Importance recognised I. PROPERTY, IS WITHIN TWO THOUSAND FEET OF TUg BAT, I
J by public men at the National Capital, HOUSEI
starch vert j
of coon tie ''
-- manufacture I
C. DtGAIElO, evidence of dvlIliaUon. On and by''all who win study the location BUY NOW AND REAP TUB BENEFIT OF ADVANCE IN VALVES. .
the only << I
WALiTER of this port and Its relation to lanltr
jfl t.I. = ZI 1898 Miami was Incorporated
July ,
k I. and South American commerce, I to
0111'teo't. as a city, furnishing perhap thejonly. say nothing of the vast trade that SEE McALLISTER.BECK !
Instance on record la which a toll ,
"- mast spring Into existence upon the
Root fledged city came Into exUtence without completion of the Panama canaL Real state '
let:1i& first having been a town. Three
.I, ) uildin A glance at the map win show the I -
r- diamT 1t : hundred registered voters are required visual S'tTrrE: 4.. 3ATC .' =V= =ia-
hours f to 12 most observer the possibilities I H J
-= to entitle any community to be' called the future Bolds for the Magic City. I J.ctla." "" o o F1oxida. .. i
number constituting ++++.
a city, less than
H. II.
a a town. At a meeting held for
I ..to..yatllw; the purpose of Incorporation, three Miami has one ofxthe best publ'c I

I and OLe-half months after the first schools In the State, embracing both I

:;: State aad cederCana. train reached Miami 344 totes were the common and high schooNcpnnes.The ( .. by
Wilt pctlce Urt.c.Ur growth of this buildings are large and well'ventilated
.tentlo. io CorporatiauNercamilq oast. The phenomenal .
Real Eute tn Pmbate Law early period has been sustained and there la a competent corj* I

Ollice i. n..ellBeildier. )UAIlI. FLA. throughout the eight years of the of teachers. A Catholic convent Is to I If
be erected this summer, which wil; I

WhiJEa clty'Syhlstory./ POPULATION, ETC. provide Instruction for both eex'here I II

le:BathertlShortm [/Miami has at present a resident population are also private schools a musical I .

r of between 4,000 and 5000. In conservatory and art school, so tl -----

1 Four; Chairs. |No \Vaitirg i the winter months this population i la that every educational need may besupplied. there II thus 1a Mdse or about I'0 1|I miles to the nortn and accept the coU! I

Best Service in the City. Augmented by the addition of but- There are about thirty an acre whlct Ia the cast or Ihe4d1aa I that Is part of the legacy of land ARE YouGOING

A. COLBY Proprietor, |i reds of visitors, mostly: of the wealth- flourishing schools in the county. further north. I( There are ten to twel" I I where these things can be grown I

I 302 Twelfth Strfet.teliable. 'I'|! lest classes, who come to enjoy the Every religious denomination Is thousand plants to the acre;'and ts* Neither Is this a stork-raising! country

.. Ideal climate and the ,finest fishing Inthe represented and the following have fruit brings In the neighborhood.....of There is a "no-fence law," which Is s
: : I world. To accommodate these handsome church bulldlngr: Prosby- from 50 cents,! a dozen for Red dean pea boon to the settler of limited

| GraJaal OptlcUi.V.C.MAYNARD. visitors there are numerous hotels terianj; Episcopalian, Catholic, M. E. Ish to 25 anti apiece for Porto Rico means and there is very little live

and boarding houses, principal among Church M. E. Church South, and The percentage of plants fruiting d. mock In the county. On the other

which is the Hotel Royal Palm, an Immense Baptist ponds upon the care and judgment u hand, if it,Is dl'tlr0 engage In th I TO BUILD

; .D,Next to FortOffice.ictirtWi building 640 feet t long, 300 feet 'SOILS AND PRODUCTS. erclse In their culture, some grower I culture of citrus fruit, pineapples, va '

Glasses Fitted: j jitcbSJ wide and five stories high With accommodations having succeeded, In securing frail noun tropical or semi-tropical fruits Ii IiI 'i

'' ; ClKl'Jewflerj, 4e for SOU guests, besides lobbies The principal Industry n this section from 90 percent of the plants In Diehl I the growing of vegetables at the sea ,
I Is the growing of fruits and winter : If t>o, we would like to Interest
1- rotundas, dining rooms, offices, pineries. son of the year when all other pam ;
etc. It Is set In twenty acres of trop vegetables for the Northern mar Lands may Abe nnrchased from IS orI I tf the country are In the grip of winter you in using the
O. C. kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop,
:cal'gardens, beautiful beyond description. $10 an acre up. depending on prozla- this section offers Decided advantages .'
llomeseekers'( list ot' but there are large quantities of oth'!r sty to roads sad Goo ,ortlon of th' ,
Agent My There are several other hotels, shipping point. 11 over any other Miami Lime Stone
City akd Country property cannot be i I smaller titan the Royal Palm, to besure vegetables grown, such as tomatoes, lands on rock road within I mile of United Stilt.... 1

beaten u to quality ani prices. Come I I yet larger and .with better service p ;R plant' peppers beans, etc. The Miami may be had for $50 an acr. and .
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The walls of 'a building
and planting season extends from about somewhat less than that for lane
You may sanje money usually found In towns ot sum
and sea I than October 1 to January 15, and the bulk I NOT A SICK DAY SIXCall !:. constructed ot his stone
not Immediately on a road. The Earn
futareeaUsfacUon.? I twice the size. At this writing another x
hotel I It In process ofi of the shipments are.sent North from I quality of land farther away from areFir&Proof' ,.
five-story "
C. C. CARROLL, November until May, although, there I Ibf'ing transportation facilities can of course "1 \\ taken severely sick with kldnf' ,

} Notary Public i I erection. Is cosmopolitan 1. every practically no difference In the I be purchased,jfor less. The land Is as l )' trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines ,

m H.D.Brt.Sf:CMXD aM ItORDS1REt1S.iJUaisiille : | The State population In the Union furnishing Its'qllota seasons, seeds may be planted or vegetables I promising In appearance to those a* i i rove of which relieved) me. One I

; of representatives. An undesirable gathered any day In the year. customed to / the deep, rich soils at I| lay I saw an ad. of your Electric nit- :,

& ashvilleI t foreign element" Is unknown Vegetables are grown usually on the other Stales j being rocky and sandy ters and determined to try that. After and practically everlasting

I i CLtMA 11 prairie lands, whhich are free from yet results clan be obtained from ItTor taking a few doses I felt relieved and'' After once up there Is noN
I } (tJ tuber and are composed of a kind OfmArl. In excess of the returns realized soon thereafter was entirely cured, and expense of repairing or '
I "I I Writing from pel'Siuti! eiperience, The first cost Is
RallrOjd .; from the more fertile sectlon's of the have not seen a sick day Mnco. Nelgh-! :; painting.
[ I after visiting California and other sec but little than wood
lands. country. Fertilizer must be used but ]j liors of mine have been cured of Rheu- mere
Fruits are grown on pine
Fast st Time and F nStSefr tAll | t\or.f\ where climatic conditions jte unhes-are which are slightly higher than the the returns more than Justify the ex, I matlsm. Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney while tte J J'Permanent
best can
considered! at their '
j Miami bill the most prairies, and In thia section very rocky pendlture Involved I troubles: and General Debility. This'

Nojth j itatlngly fay that cllmaU' ,li the United This rock is peculiar coral formation People of I energy and Industry an ,. Is what D F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C.. I Iwrites. Cost
j winter
Points; West States.perfect Cold Is almost unknown, even containing a great deal of plant food heartily welcomed, and the country Only 5f>c.. at all druggists.; >

and Northwest: j the slightest frost ieiag a I very rare. as evidenced by the fact that in manyarea I development being practically just broom & considering repairing
-I I The warmth of sumtlief'', Is tempered orange and other fruit trees arc gun there Is for all to reap th Stewart Elwanl White th- author pairing is much less re"J]
benefits which must ensue as the r. I I
to be bearing thriftily though i wood. The
Thro ih! Pullman lJra'inH.K.m: by the cooling breeifes ,from the At- seen .,1 is ;;hoot onilins hN hon" >nioui In tho appearance
| solid platE' suit of such development Capital flndihere I
.1cepwg cars d lily from htgnipsU; temperature apparently standing on a much superior to
j lantlc and 'the 'Sif'"las with a boar hunt I
ft i govefnnient thermom- of this rock. Being of a porous orneycombed most profitable Investment while materials as the 9
Jacksonville to Birmingham, i recorded by the. 98. structure the roots oftbe labor Is In demand and well paid. Peo -I II II
ieter I during the summer,toohths Is
]Nashville, EcanstilleChicago lIEAL1mf' trees are enabled to penetrate Itand pie of moderate means who come hen Architectural Possiblities are I

St. Louis, Pensa ola. Mobile I| The city ranks ambit!. the first In draw ample sustenance from what and buy a small tract of land, make i I Ir I Unlimited.
would to be a very unpromising modest home, set out fruit trees, and
l Orleans: States In |xbt of health. appear
New United
and ;
l : This rock by the way while waltios for these to come tote r I II II
j Is entire freedtfe"from malaria, source. I We saw the stone to any |
I There bearing, engage In trucking, are, almost
makes beautiful and durable building
I far and there are no "prevailing! diseases"Those a size. We have turned i
fineSt Dining $'f\ kcin the ( ailments which ire common to %atcrlal, and the new court bouland \( without exception successful columns and planed mouldJ

SontiL! faegant frt4rr!{reclining chairs { of the countrj.4eem to bebere Jail, as well u several residence And this success costs less effort thai I Ings
$ air; parts in other parts of the while r A I TT=swr
built of this stone, al'fmuch country RIIbbZeI
In the city Broken stone for
--I robbed. In part;)bf their power, asthey
J famous'! '-Chicago and nf tally appear ldc .a. mild formand admired by all visitors. It else the climatic {conditions render out-doo I Walls crashed rock far I
Koute of the f makes the finest road material In th.world. work possible every day In the year
Limited. [ lie sure your leave Mafeffects which -- ,Sidewalks ant A No. 1
rarely then
; ,
Florida with the health benefits of such axpenair
ell oth.en
tickets read via L, S:;! N. For ratcn. follow In the wake bf lUke disease and Dade county leads _jJme always oa hand.
information call State In mileage and condition ) life thrown In. At the tame tam M
In the
clietlule and full elsewhere. Scarlet tint and diphtheria ... Seat
i I time, peopl j who are enjoying healtl
of her highways.The l.wy
wri.tc. j jC. typhoidfever
oji of I an ,1( cultivated are shleflj and moderate success In their present ,..... a.
% E. Herring la rarely heard,bf.lt; Is a desirable fruits -
.. I fromIlunc ape-trnlt oranges, and pineapples abodes, bad better stay where they art Offer-
for Mffering
Par.I,pa4ee.. place thou and tuna, mangoes, avocado petit ant There should be weighty reasons to Influence
ncnuMr\t4 asthn,
I nI"'la. trouble. |geatarrh
a prevalent times aft ,largely produced but belnr anyone to make a move of steel I PIERCE 11ARDIEa I
'" ilmllaf diseases
WbJa" '. affected -Indigenous to the country, they thrive Importncee.) People who have madt
a I I I I I I' I In folder I not likely to btvery
I! T& il I ol Orjiued labor with these an; h'. come here with little or BO cultivation. Cltrn failures successful elsewhere are an' CronkliiteQuarry
Frieris here. Intelligence
> and have been eared] dfcgmtly bene- tree require from three to fire yean 1
:1 ,.pecUaui"f-nquelt|[ that fltted. Of coarse, t not the ease after planting to'produce fruit Pineapples Industry are U essential to good for ,
: of tvdobe. .
to somewhat tone here as la any other part ii
atertai W toes Instance. I; die here, as which grow on a .-
In every
upon !
porehsks k1a41tuk. resembling the cactus, and which I 11011I4 hot.--
you everywhere] No country
mate a do
JalaUa1ea they are'' setting slips or If It Is desired to engage la genera'farming. [ CO.
.the clerk to show yes has yet beta ilscoverAF where people propagated ,
,Card. 11 11I I are Immune from' deft and en..... j suckers, bear fruit In It months after ln|, the raising of wheat, corn

I LOCAL m. At the MOM that It.bay be tech paintingIn: this section ,they an c.r oats, peaches. apples, grapes or I

Retell dertaf! 1I1terUt1OUlft folly amid that the eoftdlttons$ tending grown la the open, there being no neeNtity other products of the temperate son MIAMI, r1o.mA,

:a' Autitdatio Miami. to gtaenl kekltkfahicM. are as favor* rorlprotectlOD l from cold,,and one most cUt his lot some hundreds ol .

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_... ... .... ....... :.. "J.'......,. .... ........I.....11 And till It rains. I I RUSSIANS HAVE OPINIONS POOR OP WOMEN.The .

g! t I
Remember the Burdine &: Quarter- I -
man opening on Monday. New York Evening Post nays:
MONDAY I If one may judge by Russian sayings
MONDAY Ideal E \\'. Lamlis and family of Reading :' and proverbs the push on of omen
r Pa., write that they will he l down thelatter !; within the Car S domain Is not much
part of the month to occupy I beiter'than in the land of the Mikado.
their home un Eleventh btreet fur the Here art sonic sample adages! :
f NOV. I lttli winter ,, "\Vht're the devil cannot enter therehe
NOV. 14th Twelfth Street Miami, Florida [ sends 1 womeu"
Mr and Mrs O Pound and lrs.1{ The head of a woman is a? empty
Tht'run \Virt nnil l baby who have been 1 as the purse of a Tartar."
I I .sp<.mliiiK the IHIII ten days at Mr "A woman without fear Is liolder"
I It i
\ : I'otiml ora niii! trove wear Miami I returned than a goal: :'
L A Special Selling of homo .TII's.la"-ll.1now Courii -, Our courts would\ object if any of
'rlnfomuint our ritutns I would follow this advice:
"If yon boat your wife In the morn-
Suit in nforrenxnt) of !lien) 1200.t( ) Inc don forptt to do it again la the
i iMaint l.uiulxr nod Supply ("J. \s afrt'rn'N"
Quill I..1.I D.\ins. and! i:, I.. Uradv and \\'. J.1. Hit your' wif.with. the handle of
and Comforts I' :M. / p.irlii'r-. E. L Irad & ', 1
Blankets r lrlll1,1.1,1. : >"our at.she; I Is no pitcher to breakat
+ i it'".. h S. \\' IIHII.I| <.S. \VV. 1'rout. Ih.fir..1 hJ"....."
.. .". .
t-Mriiishi in'iI.4 $1 mi wtretiUd KipialU! mtt'rt'siirit, 1% the assertion
I I in the d'rn' odicof the ciruiit
court "
Leaf fur
b i I that 1 If soil a it becomes:
1 10 lay. warmt and If MIII "beat jtjur wife she
will IKmore true to )un.Not .
I I' 1:,f I 1: The liniiMln.itliliu! wham' o"-r.'"' : pun ,the Herman Emperor would
all those who l h\' I'r I'u'rer. ih' nudidiit u,an. far to that "A woman's
We a Saving Monday to are ::.i so as say
guarantee :
lllll li.is I.vu 1 luultil out to" several path n'in'Ins ooly"! from doorstep: to
,0, 'ti loss on I the riiiinal ways was re- htarth:'

in need of mentioned articles. I II j IK lal1llllll.1 put !in lomlition< niorninir! fur Th.'ctaftxtllI rmnmissionDtdinlxr !, that Very"Two uncomplimentary women are a I Is,town the lielief meeting .

I, he.abtte : I ., 1 I. then I'r[ I''u>rc<> and his : and! three a hell" v
: f.imilwill be down for r-rinse :
in Russian
I'hc' ; also thinks that "A man
I Below we quate a few prices: I;I adjacent and Milf wuttri [! who KIM.in to his wife has nothing Mg'd
I In More for him" and s\s that ;
ill: 'I IK- tiu KI"II.lik" fnpaced; in toxin I '.\ man became Insane and married
I I i i ; the, loa: : 1 lumber l barge list,d in ritiKnin liti.ame, sane and hanged himself."
I liiinln tiiiin tin1 hull I (ti.! rum, 1 Lan, /:ion. oil the rttf at KortUiuil.nl.il' the
Special in Hosiery hat The more yOb.'at a woman
lankets ij I ; '. "atn.. into port last nlghi II i ii tK'ner'ill;: I lx" the dinner."
: i and np"rls Dial' the li.iw had gouel: Finally the doe Is comphnunted by I

LadiesWlck lace hose, ladies' plain black hoc: nn black : adrift IIIIL.' tin hull and \\a, on thebuih i the declaration! thai he is cleverer
Ii .
i thou;:'i it I is billeted it ran be "because he knows ia
A 70-41 gray blanket j| blue or' red gauze. 1J| $|, absolutely fast colors and worth 35c a IJooblanket | saved as the liarte I is very Uron? andI uoiiph than a nut woman to bark at his master." .

borders IS a dou jle' 98 l'alr,8}ij3al 1 a pair . . . . . . . I I! ,the sea IH not h-a"vPROMINENT.
regular I $125,: G l St-crttar Morton Is putting forth
special I':I. :,. . \ PEOPLE.The I claims of In'ing the best tenls player in

A 1-.J blanket extra \'idcand long, Special in White Lawn I the Cabinet and [it Is understood that x
of Cl.lna. T
Kowa-r-r Empress !iAn the I'resiiknt has rhalengeil, li'm to a i
white with red or blue borI I
has .OIl'\lhlll..1 Mini t.iuhaltnlI
a ,
the to lieii'ajed
match fur championship
der. "This is a doubl t Iblanket 48 20 piecd3If white lawn 3h( 'incheside, Iluality.'e'r. )' fin t, reh- I abort $1::lo.uoii/ In American moneyIwxaril on the new courts.in the White
special . I! the formation of a Chinese huuse grounds. _
ular 151l and 18 cents a yard special
and extra ; IOC : branch of the Red! Cross Soelety rThefurnitureStore
A, 11-4 lblank-et.[ doable blue Monday i i I, . . t t. . . . . . . . ,t --- r J---
heabite, red or : :
:i I.idMarjorle! Brure. after a visit to
z_ border Mart wool, 'red;. 3.48 ;, : I ,
; ,' this country sacs American men are
4.00 value, spec._ : .k' 7;) Special in Silk Ribbons i I the must Kind! and courteous In the

A 11-4 white blank, guaranteed 4Uwool'different I world
pure Ca ifornia ', colorborders One lotloisilk' and satin ribbon, in all colors and widths worth I

1 This is a great p f\f\ 25 to 3o 1 ants a yard, 'special a 1 18c t

blanket!and big value V.Wjomforts yard d.!Iii' . .". . r . . . . . . . Groceries BMSEEEft"
i;, atapai-|!. . . .1.' . I.
I //.1 Special in Gloves ". .
( j r
That are not and fresh ae dear
YondaA. pure
I will have a very special sale of ladies' kid gloves, at any price. We sell our good at inch
all the new shades in all sizes. This is a reg I O Ooou I prices as to enable us to more them
comfort made of
A 72x72 inch and su ular 1.25 glove special. . . . . . . .j. before,they have a chance to let old.
processed cotton light
prloor: .I
a and fluffy, abjsolutelyfast "r I Hence we always have

| color. x1048 Special Knit' Underwear of Miami. offersPortierres 1

Special!.. .t. . .j.: i H Pure and FreshGroceries )

A 72x84 inch ary cotLadles long sleeve French ribbed undervests, also drawers .

ton, snow flake brandJsunit j N! fluffy to match M. This is a hip; value at 25c : : : a i

in solidbolors: pink 4 each .i.l i it I. . . 00 00 . 00. 00 . . Let Ut Prove Tbh Statement
red, blue, yellow, 8 :

. . ,
green, spec tr j To Yon. From the loom of the finest F

,. r Special in Lawns and Calicos makers of the world. .A
!* ,
1 I necessity in every house
Lad and Misses I
1f s One lot of several pieces of lawns and calicos

I la 1 I to be cle%'red out at per yardSpecial . . . . . . 5c98c : MagnoliaGrocery
I r (, I ,

11 Ladies coats of all wool weft J t In Towels I ,
((1IH" cloth g oaranteed satin lining, made : I 1 3 3't i CORNER FOURTH ST
1 in the f ery latest 20 dozen blautiful damask towels, guaranteed pure linen, both /CIO I EET AND AVENUE.D.MIAMI. .
the new!r !'beIt.colac. I 0 4'8 hemstitched and knotted fringe; special 1 25cLadies'.1 : FLA.

r style,ha! f. each i .-. .: . . . . .
tan. spe' : Monday. i

I r coats in all, wool Melton .,: '! .I i I ::1 W IiP "3ap1grtnri"SEWING!

, cloth,. lifted with satin, military cape ;i-\, Special In Baby Gaps I ,I MACHINE. lH.-1'icate weaver beautiful
and collar, gilt buttons collar of iRI l: I' : ;: ROLLER BEARINGs i colors. Pair
best gtcln silk velvety .., 1'J']:; I s I A handsome, st'l-lisli Ii 48 One lot ofbf? several"sh'les" in baby caps} handsome$6,10$20China

c oat I and new;>,1tol'lh 11 1.2oat and 1.50, spec. Monday each . j. T. *

1 ...tt. .tt.J. .4i.. I II II II II II II II II If -
it I
i Misses oats of all w made round aipe and collar j I I .=
4 tnmme''oats st>'lish. r t t'j One lilt of l "fricnd I ; TAnmmau.- -
> mothrjr
{ 1n j One lot nf misses gloves oys --
These> blue 2.98 sell! eerherr f I II'W Brent Inr
6 waists I A r _
Mijjhtly s 25eIonda Dtik (Ieaty.kasd
{ 1 sees25c .
Andre special and ill' at 750. to close nut eachli Ptrn6d
:: S
1 1i.
1.50 I
\ all sires '11.{. II"I\ I Ii I I .. Meal xor1.rt-.
; I : ,1dI 41.1I...., _
i I eat fllsltvs .
I '
I L+h. i

i. This sale will qe li a bg saving to I ; : 2;. A What BABY is home CARRIAGE'without: I

I : f (01, R (\KKlV4SartMUtf >*?.
S ;;:;; ..- by buying this S IU tV I.
each1'purchaser i I II reliable, liunest
: / 11A1118 h '
I high grade: !sew WMtD. /
tl'J I
I 11 I Money IHK: machine.

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National Sewing Machine Co.

ffi. B. DOUGL BELV1DERE, ILLINOIS.l :.a.. Orb\ slu cut.t.cut-ter lhnMj i it it] .iitl-rl I I11

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: ti OLE NEYCFoley's -- -

: kM KldMrs and Bladder Right The

t I :! Miami, Florida' I I Honey and TarWllTBHONET Dade County furniture Co.
Street bands bats..dsfaas tbaa't
12th ).S nt noi( mi mus tw urn
i 1: ., ; TAR |Ie. M. Brown, C.M.Brown,Jr.

I" ....-....:,................ .. .. Vsandtatimasfe Successx.ru to EDWIN NELSON '
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"..- -" -- vmudw.;'.+na5' ,awtgerr' kaa j3 u.a.3.: 'wi++.+.6 N."eWt..:.1. ff."1.1 tmfo.--..r i ii|

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jw: F MILLER & CO"I r c_ -

: (Sueetiten to Edwia -Ntlteu.) IUNDERTAKERS ,
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and 'Embalmer .. THE i The Real Estate and Rental Agents I

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Avenue D ; I 12th Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Bank.

130O I: t 413-\l2th\I I Street Phone 25 i i, 1 i Au. _.J

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THE' | ]1 Oyster,, Stew at Hinson House Sunday. Mr. ant' ,Mr*.. ('ha.., A. Famlel, 1 ar"'l I ..........................Ki0&IHaN&&N&M&NNNINNa&...................... !

ILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. I I I the prourill| -I-J'Prt'nts of a fine aliy l !: I 0
which arrived last t Thursdiv night at
-*I of Cocoanut jruvo,
Ch a I>'jane, I ;
[Saturday, November 12.' 1904. .tuning the jisitors in the city todaj.fhr.iKtiii.is '. their home'J 4II: Fourth si reef. ,i i I
', t II
HAIL SCHEDULE.: I' The fls) It mark sae. theart "f the I i
and other h..hllil
trom the North-- anicljw tire beginning to arrive! in \HvaiiiH 'Iari !fleet. rams in lastlIihl
p-t I uil I other hit rallh uf Apan- ;
.., Burdinc &
r 7:00.. m. larg.IquaKxdavauiiK(> Quarterman
85 p. m r I Ih nlaelk' :Ices 'h'r fhoe.! 1.,1 i

'I N being made onAienJM tout 1 li'h. t' ;
now ; !. ,
\tat the North- i I
j <". north for tltv )liI nit.;; of tin I
t 6:16 am. r Ih'F, t6pr, Mct'reary" oif the Catholic 1

; <:1S p!. n. now Water mains I II I ChIl7'h.: tehtrnr.1 .this., o urnincfr..ut : i

,ember the Hoard of -14 ; hold 'rvjJOK at ill" Chunh: "f III t
ill.onsilpemhbnr h<
Tuesday nth t. Ira $' ,ihe visitors from our up, llolv NailiiiHiiiior, ',", I i Announce the of their
fevt i; ----"|'" ( j\1'I !: an the city today I II : -- Opening
I ,
dine' f? Quarterman of are new arrange store- ANTED.-Pear I' seed. Wilson Ii I ifit National Bank store 300 & 302 12th St
_ the opening them Flye.) : The ;1 new[ ,
londajr. I i

;cure'" and take in the; "OIK'mug" Mr II;j I i I W. II \Vagin i : .1 prvmnuMitiMims I ALLOW lA| PER Of Miami( ENT. ,lox SAVINGS I_ Monday November 14th, 1904

MonII lady r Ja'hsotl\. i Is \'I in thecity [ l' ,
rdlne & Quarteruian| next. 1 TOCNT3-M t ? I.-\ CI: 1 O.\X3 I '
thIts Vi-.a-. I Ii
; nil is a sm-si at :;

tj -U'JSPONj-lkM-ITV!DASlp::; |; ION \LA.\CE3 I' : AND [ I Ladies of Miami and Dade County arc in-

? iku Gautier.e i Mr I J Ivaine k t'lrrk's 1 l1hr.! smack bUCTr.y b.\ ,
e rare bargains-Hill! & DOCJ I A KIXG
:1 0
t.ate and rental agi&ts, Ra'ilerluUdlQg. IUTh. Stlrd" C.HIH, In \ist.'nlI\ with u BUbixM. t' : vited\to\ visit and inspect our beautiful and

I U braid I+,; (H"I iHinnil-; Snani'-li: iu.ui> / .
? % stock of Dress Goods Notions
<.rtl.t.. It is nfflortxl that 111. Fwill H I C Rv- ,

!ll; Seymour. a proiniufeut uttoruwjmi ?i liextj work' buttlurlt, u' three Novelties etcDon't the date
i* a guest at |thi lluul Ox Tall Soup at Hinson Hous- .Tues.VtMi'lic : tunes a miu|' Muttablt! jiiul prnlncetrain i ; ,

,.-JackKouvilkMetropolis.. day 1 1I fro!;i_-the llonn-->t" all| and( Cutler I

Ctf''n.Lir b.! flt of shijiptisThe .
-t', ;! th" ut 'I November. 14th 1904
Chowder at Hlnso H Lse Krlday.K. I (tub niKiins al the si honlxiKlihtriiim I', I Monday, ,
4' '-. next I"n.lanhht.. Let f-t t tlip j | yacht Mia.tudit: wish her

\ McMuIlen, of Mfeinl, wits a .-.itTj nieinbtT at teml. Elt-ctiun of of ',I 1 0" .i lii) Iknap 1'111 I f. !IIil)' al>oanl. : 300 and 30212th St Miami, Fla

>i to Fort Pierce TpehJay and ftccrf and IsmIu4 fl'\11 New lurk. to 'this port,
I i iMir r/ ;
lit the and tntertaiifineDt.-Fort has nl Urniifurl.: S. q.] an,1 should
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ne-' L rl;| Amos liriptrs, who owns \-alna1 ; be here ,m I It few I'avs.' I[Tin.-- Magnolia : '

>1<- real! estate on the Hoiile\ar l. has is weiljtyiown here I
r .f J' -I-II I
5.. Frederick, lrainag|engineer oft returned to the city and wKl!: spend h I \ "

Coast Railway, fas' in townook1og he reason here I Captain! jDitk Carnev, of ('ocuanutGrove

over the pork! on the i: I '. *ij has been North all the '

:ralnage, canal and! paying off Wanted At Once-One. experienced summiTiijan( \d 1 who returned to his

ugFort Pierce Ne' .'a. pipe,fitter. Apply at home wi'dies'lav nlxwrd l th. yacht I
It '"
'., Lofton &: Einlg.Mr. Novia is In}the city toilayjgre<'ling andbeing NNMN&N&NNNN&. .............................NN

are In position to fUr your orders I J' 1 1I' trr&jlf l by friends, i: I

ptly for chicken's, eggs, turk s, I !
Ittttlr ,
J. L. Hickson\ and family arrived ,
,s. V. Campbell & Ca., Tamp. and went at once to theirBIrkner Mr. Dal'IA' proprietor of i I the beautiful I
last might
I: I II ; cottaKe on Fourteenth street home alid grove at (Jape Florida WHEN ;
I .,- are two l -- people: which they have leased for the season. who bad>*4n absent in Texas and other \ | TheHlldsollBcycIe.! :
ndsjof *
; .mho know is .. want and Mr. jHlckson conies from Minneapolis points', all I summer, returned'' this j'j't t
morning, aijd went do n'to his placewhere :
> who do not The forme. always I I be hill spend the1': winter. I
Steinway or Emerson pianos143nsh Among the early distinguished winter The treatment and !
& Safford Plano Co. visitors I to Florida is M.*. Henry f; J goods are riglil/ltei.\j. Is Built to Ride.
The ketch rigged yacht Pro'l.dOnclat'wllh The choice of professionals because it is
lltjfl, ,
Guy) Carlton. the noted playwright customers come a- : :
Job Printing Department of thepotls wha'' comes to spend the winter, as i'l' d',, her owner,( Mr w. F.Chesebroigh. This is why' : the Best! wheel made.

> has been toed to Its fall usual. Mr.' Carlton will remain In the and hIs friend Mr. Leigh f/ain. 1905 model, $45.Don't '
Increased force away late yesterday afternoon for ecerybody gives us\I\ I .
[lately, but an city for some time before going farther got fi "
be crutftt In gulf waters as far as the their trade. hadn't\I
ween put on and all Work will south to enjoy the balmy winter cli- a \

promptly, even If still more men mate on the East Coast. He Is In ex Texas had South American ports.Captafcj you letter come too/ !
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Throw Your Old Tires. I
[ be employed. I cellent health and anticipate an ex ; Away ,

tremely pleasant winter.-Times-Un James MalloyJ of the large .

f'7 man. woman. and child in MiI ion.![ launch' M stery now berthed up the The Racket Store I \Ve can ulc.it ize them and make them .

I ought to go to cbtnjeh tomorrow river (ji en route here from Elizabeth- ,r I U I I giMxl as new.'e are the only peoplein
here return devout thanks' to the office port, Ni'J,, In the auxiliary yacht Eunice Handlers of Everything" Miami who vulcanize! Tires.
Remember that the Mstropollt! i
of all good gifts for the many :and,(was reported a day or two tI
Is the to get printing done. '
.lags which have been bestowed plAiC\. ago as having reached Beaufort, S. C. W. H.CI1AILLE SON rropriel4,
First-class printers and a large stock Avenue P, nrarthe Express OfiUv.SCHOOL .
l the people of this city.01 of stationery, enablN this mace to I'I 11-' !I I I( { I\ The Hudson Cycle Co.

eeR promptly supply any demands. Mr. ft. fa. Neilson. formerly section BOOK ,
[you desire rent your boss gfIhia place of the F. E. C. Ry.,.1

wrty Hit it with HHJ.* Oantler. but appointed city sanitary Inspectorat ., I 1005 Aveauc D, [Opp. Ullendorff Block ;Miami, Flan

|estate and rental agents, Rauler-0 Judge M. S. Jones and wife! r.nd Miss tbel last meeting of the city council, I
Annie left here Wednesday for
nildiag Mica I Jones has beW succeeded fall I' the railroad. --- i
DeLand where Miss Annie entersSte't -
work ty Mr. Forsyihe, a railroad builder '
Florence P. Haden, who has on University. Mrs. Jones and of tbd :h experience. 1I HOTEL ARRIVALS. 1 I .AN"N'O'C'N'CE F3NT. '
tiding the rammef at 'WarrensMo. Miss. Annie expect to remain in De- __
will return Land for about sei'en months but the >
writes that she eportll from the Ross chisel dredge: :1 1 THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY!: OF IIUSICANNOUNC2i TOE ENOAQEMEXT .

home at Cocoanut Grove next Judge will probably pay Tltusvllle sun are that the smaller chisels installedIn BISCAYNE OF MRS. LIUJI E. CARY OF DETROIT. MICH., AS DIRECTOROF
01- ,
while his family are at De.Laud. J, T. Brundage, Niagara Fal'sc.! ; WMiller I II
enjoyed visits
has ,
She says that she dry I the, plate of ,the heavier ones are I I THE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE. HER
friends are sorryto Buffalo: \\. Little Philadelphia I
!jail the BumWHL Their
ling the Metropolis many doing;effective work in cutting up the i LONG EXPERIENCE AS A E'CHER EMINENTLY FITS Hm FOR THE
I :have them' leave to""n-e\'en" !if It ; J. S. Loch, Princeton. ,I ,I
I rock from the bottom of the day and \VORK.
Is only for seven months.-TitusvilVe that the work Is now progressing nice- EVERGLADE MRS. CARY WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET THOSE WHO ARE INTER- ,

o : )I. Brown, yho left' here Advocate. Iy. J teo. Murfitt. Cocoanut Grovel; Mr. : ESTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND EXPLAIN HER METHODS.

al weeks ago for Sew Hartford and '.Mrs. J. E. Botsford, Asheville, X. ; CALL ON OR ADDRKfeS t-i. ***.' C "W gfj_
the wedding of her sis- "ftiAmonC C. Mr and Mrs. K. C. Bush Miami; :
to attend Ga.. I II ;
Mrs. J. T. Carson, of Columbus. the numerous yachts now | IIOclfdl Hsa i Catherine Jones, returned toe I I I Nathan Benedict. New Brims w irk; I U >
who/ has been visiting her cousin Mrs. I nd end en route to this port
.on* Monday bight, Early P. ;'W. Daniel for several weeks, received \ : Mr IT. Allen St. Augustine. -
i : :bon, owned by Langley; i iI
*jr morning. Mr. brown arrived the Intelligence of the death I h Is expected to arrive here I BAY VIEWE. :

aa4[ Joined his wif at his Titus- I' I Diin"" oody, SOutl\'l I II T. :Malquln and! wife Bailey's
Mrs. Ralph
of fiber sister. I Hof! next ""f'{>k. The Coon 1l1! SONG RECITALII!
Julia it t.-I.-Tltus- amj wife,
i residence on Macon Ga.. last Sunday and Immediately tally> large ketch rigged (craft Mills, Ohio.1.: P. :

t Advocate. I left for that city. Mrs Dunwody known In these and other MullHrrv. FU; Mrs. \\'. H. \Vagner.Jacksonville. : I
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t. B"
If who was formerly Miss Sallle Wallace, I Southern :
IR RENT-My eottlgrat Cort1 waters. Miss Hanna Phebe
was known in Barlow, ha'ln'hoitO(1. I THE SOl'THCRX J I Shippee .
the Drlckell ham- I
the bay ,
on here while Mrs Carson was a resident ; C. H. \\mins.! I'hilaci..ll'hiq' F 15F OF BOSTON
Furnished or unfurnished. Ad- MekSfi James T. Hrundage.\ of Niagara -
of the city.-Barlow C iurle'InfprmanjL. Dmn Macon;: 1:. E. Koch, Nev.J Murk\ ;

i. Fajlli, and C. W. Miller' of Buffalo I :S. H"'rring: ThunusvilU', ijt .t f.uh..rso ... Fair Building Thursday Eve Nov.. 17 1904

Mrs. Margaret A old Groom. : X. Yijirf} >pri<'tors (1f th( Miami Tranfer *- \\"<': St A'i>(iistlne I,r ,
the this morning I
Ijjjirrivid in fity '
I Metropolis takes treat j Measure I I ( ; SAX t'.tltI. ?; !! inkr the in.iii.ijriiin.iitf; ;;: Tin.,;; Miami .ii-irxatorv.\' ,'f Mu.ic. -
Icl..ar'"hl..h Jml.will
i The Mimil.ivs'sales lit "Th. f at once ; I Franklill"I.'mall ln-Ii.! Ihrn'torTuktt
: Newlnrh
munificent R.
is I1 Ilavtnli.nl Ita'nha'i
attention" to .
lung are always mni1ar| an-1 lars -Iv' what J rebuildtn. | ,! ,, .. :
h.Con..l' "n -a I. at t:1Ih.ath'nll'iall" e' !JJ. l IMi street
rtiglng iwtrnnaee. R look over its i al/fnl",1/ are to !b.: made greater than I I !their! stable and ("omr'v which ; H. S. Millerist: I'alj P"I" Rrtitnting;: ;: :Mi'tnl.u :Noi 14 Kf-t.r\cil--, :'"v ( n,'IKT.I! ;oltniiott.3 i5c:
reader that I K rglrr. I\ti; >litrl'.i "hlt.I -
win convince a t
ever this season The first of the WR was uWrovtd( 1 h>' fire during!: the sum
business men III Miami know I l.eju'ie. (.',>,'i.anut Jrove !
ones Is to lie heM on neMondav.! anilthe mfr-M l1 I
to place Jhcir a, .rtl..Dt" into I I 1-- .
re, Me! fonr-toltinm display .tlverllRemfnt : I -
r reach the ixXiple. Only a in lo's. Metropolis tells of + r-- + rottrarara'rtv
who do not read this paper .
people barlins forthat Take the Boat.
( some of thl'.r> rare BIg
,day and they are&alldlO: falling, ; I day. Vr nn.1 Mrs Douglas havethemselves : LOCALS.

)iDe. this I in the Youngs' ar acattsl
(M lpsed year &aC+ ,'. -. l&iliiLaLC1Cl i \\111' ulir
The CLYDE make n',; trips
f sire and elegance fir their pitrcljasesand : l;
re-bate secured the latency; for the : Headquarters fancy groceries fruIUec. daily to the Beach, leaving the Stole ?
be delighted
will : i
their customers at AMI A FlY"'.. 7 a ttia raat t imteatl gaipr.. ?.J ffi
mbla Bar-Lock typewriter-the ton Dock at 2 di p, m., land.ng at the new
their magnifl I a
In to see :
t complete and up to date machine when they go Y NOTICES" ; ferry dock juct north o' the'''jetties .\ oimjik'tc :t1l,1 l 'trrfllly-rleitttl.b: Ck. \\'... l 1'11)" our lrn <. in
hale rent stock. "t '' for 'iiall uaiitn.- and ofUn.n we ian :alvvavhave them frr ll
ufacture.t, an I one on ex- = 'whf-re every facility is f-rnisued ,, <| and
don in our offlre iHillrt ,.;.\1 I, I 1 good bathing and the Beach being entirely I |*re. < Iur m-tiMin.r-.S'et thebcnchi..ftIii.ntdarealw.y-aatisfitd I
takes 8i>e lal plea A tfliiipetitlve; examlratlon for the
The wall from
Gautier. I 1 cut off by the training; :
tic afcef rinkB
RauleCBon building. sire In calling attention!! to the big display positltjffjof special; Sanitary Agent of I I the treacherous current from: ="orr.' attcp an

l announcement of the opening' of the S$rt* Board of Health of Florida. Cut Inlet. there Is none of tha under
r'U. Safford, tuner' "pf pianos.with the new'stores of Tturdine, & Qxiartep- sill !t held at the once of t:ic State tow which makes sea bathing! ,so dan : : froen Jaitltics : : : ,
y _
and; Twelfth street (Health. Jacksotiv llle, Horlda
i and warerooms ill, Miami for all man at 300 :02 Boart gerous. ,
er of musical Instruments, has Roth these rooms are stocked with a Dece lo/5/ r 1, 1904. Candidates must be No channels to follow going over; no at the .."Ja !b"iintain; Special trtaiiianillierln.ts Saturday

rfng aome very nice work in his large and elegant line of the very !'IUdr'cf; Florida, not over -JO years long walk after you m there, and afttrnix'iiami cvcningMSe;: want tour patronage and will
) graduates of time reputable alvvavuiilcavor! to ace that )oil ;get: the l IIC!>t in our line
4n this locality. lli.s| conceded by latest in dress goods, dry goods novelties of .
|rons, all that a more falibi ul art!- and ladies' furnishings, and the medlesi college, have at least a High ONLY 25 CFNTS FOR THE

i bat never, handled the keys and crowds that will sorely attend the I School'literary education nd hold ROUND TRIP. Personal Attention A'esse ". I.. Owm:Nortk tf peg 0f4..

than, this aanie Mr., Safford opening on Monday will be surprised membe ship in.a county medical society give to all prescnptions XV. E. YOUXGS. :: PROP. r.:

-.wen pleased.ilt .- and delighted at the fine arrangement" of the tate.
they are
i means 1I i BIG BOAT!
of thegoods. JOSEPH. T. TAKE
corregpendentln Fort Pierce a* well as with the beauty I
I ,'., ... !ICI>;'(' State Health Offlcer.
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THE COLORED HtRE AND,; PEOPLE ELSEWHERE I I He ,Was 6t,Suited tto Him Suit I i Many kinds of Stuff II Dade County Title InsoranciiandTiUstCo.offfliamiFlai

called I I II
t are ; -
I and as a are I I Stable Manures I: '
resufl.\'e ;
There will I e a bis; rally at I

E. Church corWr First street and I now I Dade Count Farmes CORPOtlTED.! I
,..mlrrnw all for the I 1 I
JAvfaue benefit of II on the chfirch. All Christian i FOUR MEN JAILORS i ; and Truckers I ; Pied Up Uoitil $ nooo.oo Surplus, $12,000.00 a
; in order to keg ahead of I
and friends of religion:, are laviteil to. Best Insures land titles, prejia'es abatratrg of titles loans and investa
I attend these .(mires and ali( to tuiitribute our orders. All this has Sure Need: the I
: I money on its own account and for others. Acts as agent attorney--
freely to f he worthy cause. At I, been brought about by fart trustee assignee, ixecutor. receiver, or guardian.

11 a. in.. l lure 1 F'..a"t : "5 p. m. preach- satisfaction hich fol- I Composted and Will Zotteo Address all communications to
Inls..nk.....: 7;::) p. m.. a sp.| cial scr the "
tiwn: by the pastor! Rev. ll.irtlo Von lows our world 1 It can only I be had in one 115} Address Box 13;, Miami: t S. L. PATTERSON, Sec. and Treas. ?' i

i. "b.I1.M avail youtSeb"ex of Ihq1"1',1.'. i | .t! 1 I It E. we GRAVES: I ***..tt..t.... ., ...

i tnnity to help a "worthy ('all"" I I11' Delivered to any station north of Miami for $:;.:o3;: :a ton. Any station :
who Ift here last '
I :\ Jas. Vandil j e south of :Miami, (S /oo. a ton. .
January and * ;t..Ulgustlne' i t Fit
Watches for King.;
i returned the other day toji
1 winter. He wilt| Ire .-niilo\| Ml a< a I measure from Who handle the Miqmi: trade. : -

cook lu(1'( C.1 II. XVatMm's saloon : I j
fcrt rUss rook and G. B. Stephens, agent for Little River. ', If you;: wear our watches you will abs;
:\11'. Vanilike iHji;
| lmu,.'lf to IK such I be on time.
already en
has ]pro $4.50

I in this rity. j I : \:

The reseptitm. he1 was 10' h... .. Catchy ,OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOj One of the best timepieces made
Eph.rupal ('Ii'i .rn"1! I and } Suitas .
otr at St..1.ne!: a
n'l was unDullnr.,1 .. I, I CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNER our j price for st is
ThlJr lay lIi-hl; -- .. !
Conte aff last n 1It Ihrlllllh mialnfark ': low as I II If-- ilon't want tnl'....\VE Mo.NllY.c: : can't O


  • k .lay ni tht.; Thijcis th. truth. It i is. .11- ,I $24.00t .
    rectly from h.aulynarters. co.
    The j.
    k Mr. Benjamin tier ofVes! palm- I I I i Every Watch Guaranteed.ize .
    was III !town yesterday prospecting. ,
    F, D.-ac.b. i iMrs. I .. : AND IU'Y \ ot'R i

    f Fannie (''nllins mother of Mra.V. \ Guarantee 4r work or give I' Long Leaf Yellow : hire nid;].... open-race 5.(1I

    e, \ E. Griffin is very ill at her homeon back the money jvott' paid for it. Pine Framing I Ladieiher, open case 5.1"*

    Avenue II, near the corner of First at $16 Pd.! M. : Latlie.ize< cold: filled hunting ease 10.00
    street. Dr. Butler Is attending physician. J. A. WQRLEY, I i i ize gold filled 15.

    t izeg.ttlfilted' ,
    Next to First .National Bank I The greatest bargain ever citfered. One 1 1.16 ct. blue white dia
    Ir '. Mrs. Henry ,Williams, wIfe of Mr.Henry Boards same: price. We also seillUme.j Brick [4 kinds]. I for only $Ho..
    Williams, who works for Dade and whatever else a .
    Doors Mouldings,
    Cement. Sash ,
    'x .County Furniture ('0., came down from '- i ::8: T. BALER.
    :, Ocala )'esterdamorning to possibly ---- I builder requires at low.est possible' figure.

    t h i 1" ill permanently Miss at her Rosa home M.locate,on Hunnlngs Avenue is H somewhat, between IStore.:CityDrug Yon OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSiouthern Know Where We Are-Utb Street Miami, Fla. Clyattts; Stab! y

    l' Fourth and Fifth streets.

    tf I t. Dr. J. A. Butler had an operation 5.00 ..d,502 Twoink !!....... ,

    1 performed on his face the other day. L A. BUT1ER, M. U. RailwELVEFFaCTtva

    1'1; The cause was I i fatty tumor which. Proprietor.Drugs lAY 29, 1904. ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. -i-
    had been growing some time. It had

    been lanced once or twice but that did I Dally to the East. I aase i 'North and Wort I I I, I 110.Iii I SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. '"-5 ;

    ;., not suffice. He thinks that it will be Patent .Jlelicines.. Toilet JacktoBTill .. .!!o. BySo. 7lap I.v Ja.lllUU'I1I Ha: -. .. .HoKy iv.r HORSES BOARDED CLIPPED AND CARED FOR.
    I! alright in the future. .. .. .. Ky 1053p LYJ up.Ga- ....___. 80! KT 104"P//
    Articles. Snnjf s. Perfumery L LT Jrmup 8a\anah no'..._ .._ _.._ so. Rr Uota00a Ar Moron 19... n _.__ ._. !>0 Ry sin.* ,
    Gilbert slater of our 6" '
    Mrs. J. S. f'olumbta.Ar w.ky ArSliantuoa -oIty GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION.E .
    Ar 140. Ky 9 WaU50p Ar Home. (... ........ ho Rr 7:ifs
    ,I worthy townsman! Mr. W. E. Q.rlmn. anl Slilionery.fli Ar Charlotte Gre D.horo ........ ..: tjJ, Ity : '' Ar Dalton Ga 80 Kr law.
    came in from Mlmg a week as* She Ar Iianvtlle Si. Ky :J l"li Ar Ar Cbmtanontf0 Lrxltufoti, ky Trnu.. QA So II J711\ T. CLYATT Proprieto
    : Only) DruBi Stor'!rh Colored Town .... .
    is ('VwCurlaltllocated) at the roninio- 64ihi [ AfCiOrnujIIOblo.!! _'l* I
    COB ATE Q.JLXD Ins STREET. Arr..hmond.. ,..ee.lty '-- .
    .. .. : S5 -
    ,br Four i < '
    1 ( tnCtuuan! Hie pAr
    brother AvenueH 1' I ;.
    dioul home of her on i. I
    r | Ciilcacn. ._ Wli< ..
    above First(Istreet. She is Iowa for L)ncliblinrArfharhxtmrllle .110.11)1llflJl. Ky | 4 IiI> | I.. Cllltillll.li.OArrhlmirrt PalJse. ':l'pl GEO. H.. MEYERS
    1 health. Brown & 1Veils'Ilure t, comes nearer Ar tt liinxton -vi. Ky I i II V'p 111 fa Lnr<1 7 :As
    her '
    Ihan other man IA.i luitlBonAr ...._. !: K K t llts. p l.v Ciu-inii.il>,'I ... t;:11&.11 i ,;4.i.CM I.
    : Don't forget] the rally at the M. E. being a round rua any I I mlkidclpbU .... i i i fliit-iigo.. l-t MM 7S)a
    Church oh tomorrow. In I"11m. Hd III JtrKt.dass butcher Ar XPW t VorV .. 1_ I_ \.\ l I. nil..ill.' u C: H\l> V*''1'1 I Contracting Electric)
    II I> I
    f ( K >
    ,[ The tenth birthday of liuleMiss\ /irst..la"s baker d 11.dass cook of ady S...3OMWa"htn Pullman D..IIII'lIoon.and rloniU elwpiiiK Limili-d.! C'-r." ArToli1nll Ar p.Andt" 'I"'h _n_ O-I.I\.!) I| 7dtarkenntfllr .1'1|I .

    f!;; Elno Davis daughter: cif Mr. an,1Irll.\ kind. l:.rsltlass IArket man. \\'hat'ann"t Dally l ; ____to_New_ York_ Ar I.v 11tu'InnnnO PHtni.nra.l'I 1-a. InYS-r I i I'll-*! 9.w'K'pl' ', Launch Supplies IRatterks. I .

    It i; S. 1L: IU\U, will be ci-kbratit today! < h. 'dune' r Ir.U" in thelines : t J 1vi9pelehatII -- -I ItirFrnrI6'(1.Throurh ; .Spark Coils. Etc. (J
    spoken ot I hot worth I1wntiulI'iu "Thf Lanif of,.ky." ! from :3 p. m. to 5. Imitations were" sent .... ... -- -- -- GI Iho I 1113 Avnuc C .Miami. Florida. Write for price
    : k) Hip
    .1hp __ ,- 1.iiD..''''', k) J ..
    with ::
    out on yesterday. \Ve trust (he little A man tilt ko iliaD, LvJadcionvIii. ......, S ty J. hl.,,II.. K, ) ... 'i'KyI: I :s1.Lt
    havd pror""i.ms is et npeiled) III uc.1. !'Iaunoll. Ga. ... I.) I I'r. I '..'1.11I'. 'III.. .1''' !It L--' -1'fstAr
    1 folks will an enjoyable time and I t'oumbia.! ,..e. 4t ay .o'a. .._-=.=o.A'A.h""UI" -= r. ""' --==-- =. = ,
    , that this liltlf girl may live to sc To sty that he Ici lIdlll of th.r[ <>f<.-f4- x.c. sii. :' j 21'H, : : "Jhe Fli,>n..i l.llnlUd." I.fd I'"hudn,)!?u'itlnehc.a.homd ,
    ArII.t.trio\I i. t 1'<'.1) =3'1' cornrstraintl" : e< : BITTY BRO
    many other pleasant reminders! of her hions in use In !pis .present business I A.linns.III.'. T..IID. u.RI.'I'I 1>l'l.l-lll."LI'd..J."k..n"lIeu_ : fo Hy I .YM: I
    nil! IK sayio; OU 'lthe truth. 11.(11( a"rounder" Ar I..nnt.llie --
    | I 'u Iy .50'1
    AI'1'( Louis
    ageRev. thtl.iruo of the I r.n \-'OllJ1\\EI': I .Nu.13
    U.V.. ,outer R.V. C. C. of sense Arin" nu.ti. trhtn. 'l'C. I,
    .. and '
    I. O. of G. S. and D. of S, rites that! word. .rn.[ ] BulTi-lBliJeplnK.Car Xe..5i--Udty> U'uilin.ui! l>ct"fcnHt LIU Jarl lu-H'.nn; +iii: \l1lcal..1 tit jHiKMMivuu.ru.. .. ..It, i 7\p
    __ l.Jrtlir.. he will visit! this place in a rpw woeks.that .1. ). IxlllH. M: ...... ... .... k r )a
    is, after his conference Is over In .
    Li i Ar9nit tn.Li MI Icy 9 rte.. ,
    MI l: I II. .
    t : DtecemlxT. Ar iii ndochuu.tln
    World's Fair Tickets To Ens.ercp' (
    Mr. Chaa. Johnson. the young man Henry D. Bald, Supt. City Water' \Vr, Knrilv 1'lIIl'hl1.1111 Vi rri-rn, ,; 1+i. .
    Works, Shotlsbutf'j Wis., writes:: V1 ] I who works with Mr. C. D. U'ffler and St. LoniaGNow on Sale \ ll.lt i.urine., ArkNo.lt. l .... j .
    k also one of the proprietors( of the Cafe have tried many kjnba of liniment, but' H : "111.. Muilii.1 Llnilitd.:' !

    t .run by Holmes & Johnson, was seri. J i I: have\ never receiV-..id much benefit n-I ------T! : L Repairing a SpecialtyGENERAL
    !tII i used Ba!! rd'j Liniment forandns. Ar.1CHM
    ously hurt on Thursday night by a now ARllIAI.t! :>\ II.I.E. I r

    carriage, we are told.) ) | rheumatism I think I Hthe From Np.w "od:;Wit.hllll.'I\. rte-Nn.;r. "(ra.hl..+ ,h.n.plir..IaIJlntled9.15arn.FromKue.iCity. snit I-1o'rl.l.1' !" LIIIU\f-lI v.Tt.b m. I "J '
    '10' -
    -F Don't fail to sett'e' with the newsboy t liniment on th." :;;C., We. ffl. From Cllica:!".('I ."f.'n". ...1'1";.t..111Il.IIIn.II1r."III :h..n( ,..Ic.-'lend.Lmrtt191.4! III.Fr..m .

    readers: This is very needful: If you |fat Ked Cross Pha. maC. ). Ctuelunat A$1eI'ryetc-\o- .1. .V..hloflom sod-r Iota III Llmlh..I-: III. I SHOPS! 501 SEVENTH STREeT MIAMI FLJ3EI

    want your pa nor conllntt,,"!. \Ve can I t! Round Tnp Summer Tourist Tickets now ol1ale. I
    Health ; abBOwiely, imposaibto! Honnipatlon -- +- --- --- .
    make these columns of (inters: 10 >ou 103 W. Bay: St., {Jacksonville. Fla. -
    ; c. LUSK District Agent, I
    ,' be prxseet. :Many" serious J. P.iSsa.uget
    IfOU will let $ns. Bui it takeri iie>' r G. p. A.
    "a.es of liver aJd'i kidney complaint C. H.ACKEHT. G. M. W' H' TAYLOR. HAHN E
    to do have W.
    It.Ve b\ ) spend! svime timi F.
    have fronj eglected constipa :BROOKS:MORQAN( A. Q. p. A- r ,
    to collect news, and th.-n w.- spend! 3. H. HARDWIOK. p. T. M. .
    time in writ In .I tion. Such a detable! condition; Is I -
    some !; the news, andthen '

    some mon:y I in buy the_paper on i i IInnf'(' sary. The: .Is a cure fur It. I I .Atlantic Coast Line. Architect and BuilderI
    Herblne will .
    speed remedy matters.C.
    which to write the news; s.i you see at 1 ] I jI j
    once that UN news is .IJWIM| .. IJIII't.ls A. Lindsay P. I Rronson. Fla., Quickest time,' most excellent serriMJ! North. East and West tie I now Ila.m tnj' cmplov; l one of the l>et

    cheap to )"OIl-only t tfatits |MT writes, February I jj 1WC: : "Having 'I ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous ,,N'cw York and Korlda Special drillt-tI1;>1I in the South. and am lietterprepared ,

    week.Uon't. tried ILrblno I fUl.$: it a Rae cio.licln". solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping Dinl g and ObsenraWou Cars. than ever for I.r"i..ll1.I-! : plai..
    for ronstlpatlon."! *0c. bottle at lied ; -> H and dctiiiII.t l r.ssl! btiiMin j". fine cal<
    forget ih<" mother's mix-ting; daily except Sunday; a\ '
    Cross ]'barmaya ; I electric lighted thtwishout leaves 8U Augustine I rn.t work .:t.:. 1 am now heudtinartered ..
    fur :JlondayafCrntstn.; I i Ii { A. M., arrive New York .:(5 P. M. following: dar .I for w.?rk. Mrrnll sawing and all

    The marriage bells are. : cun'lnuinfi NEURALO Florida and West radian Limited, carryins Drawing-ktnt. Sleepers ant : work usually dune in a KiKsT CLVSS

    to ring In no uncertain "011I.1.11" I. A PAINS. Dining Cars, leave Jacksonville: at 9-00 A. M. daily arrive New York 8:00: .. 1.laninmill.: ;: .
    shall be the next?

    Road the Colored Column if you I tihnimatism ij-aco ar.-! eoaMc I fairs( P. M.Chicago following and day.Florida Llrs ted, solid PuHwan train of 8it P ri. Dining and j I Send me your order for doors and window

    want to know what (Is going in yield to the penetrating influence of 4:00 '
    I brackets etc.
    :10 A. M., amve Chicago f ballusters
    Ob jnratlon Cars leaves Jacksonville dally a: ram os, ,

    ,, Messrs Jones & Andtrson, proprietors Ballard's Snow. Liniment l It penetrates! P. M. folto-stJng day. This trtln carries St! Lois Sleeper, arri Ing flt Louis and be convinced MIAMI, FLAAmerica's
    of the FiiipK-s oakery. are still I
    to the nerves andjxme and, being absorbed 1:15 P. M. ,
    sending out that ratable dread They'are
    into they blood, its healing Dixie Fryer leaves JacksoTiU8:0" P. f+I. dally, carries thrxlign
    better :n',1 now than: -
    |prep ever or -
    having. eiilarneil; their.ovi-n the other I properties are cojfyeyed l to every part : i! *rers to Chletgo and St Lou-arriving Cb.'cago 9U P. M. st. Louis :
    I t:. I I 8:08 A. M.
    day. They are true Tiiskesetians.Mr. ; ; of the body, and a 'i The quickest Jive by four and one-3alf hours tt Qhfcags. seven hours to Most Perfect Whej
    Jones is '
    > from that
    a.frallIatf. fa'i cures-25, SOc., aj: d |1., at Red Crots PROMPTLY.
    mous !lchuullnd, taught the professionhe : I Ct. Louis, nd one hoar to LoulsiUte.SIAKE RESERVATOSS
    now follows while there. You I'barmac:'. p"r; FRANK C. I'O"'LSTODI.lrtrt PaM"ns"r As; Tt *'''""onvill<>, Kla. j r I

    know he m'u"t..know how to cook anything Ir ttDISASTROUS ,Th2 R.a.cycle.

    in the line of his profession. A ., WRECKS.Carelessness I 'I I

    student from Booker T. 1Vashingtop'sschool ; Is Responsible' for many'I, SEABOARDAir ;

    let him learn whatever profes a railway wreck JMd the 'same causes'' Piffpt; from the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth

    sion he may, some how he seems to are making humattjwrecks! of sufferers r '
    Line RailwayFOR I and is the I
    Lung easier propelled same -
    know more about It than the ones from from Throat and troubles. But I way.

    other schools of the same character.j since the advent;tt Dr. Kin!;'. New I The less? the friction, the easier the push.

    Though they are better >ared at I Discovery for Consumption, Coughsand Plncs
    rrri Savannah Columbia Camdcn SoulhiT.1HaleiKh .
    : less friction its Crank Bes
    Worst has1 on
    Colds, even Vfti cases be
    -T Tutfkegee to learn one any kind of ran The Racude
    ( trade than most any school In a//cured and hopeless resignation Is no I Richmond WashfnKton.nBafliA' lore- thaff other bicycle.
    :. any
    country. A true' Tuskegeeian Is longer necessaryJf hers. Lois Crace... of Philadelphia. New York. 1 .

    blessing wherever tie goes. May this Dorchester. Mas rils' one of many Two Elegant Trains Daily..

    I great and good man live long to send whose life was |Uved by Dr. Kind's Seaboard + :E itim biD.g
    New TbU Express.Seaboard ..1all//
    more such students to the world/as' Dlscorerv. [: treat remedy li .,

    Mr. T. M. Jones. 7 guaranteed for il Throat and Lung Modem Pullman Kquipment.opsritin. iSy
    1Ir. E. Meredith Is circulating\ a diseases by all bNtgglata. Price Sac.i _./ t
    I rVare up.toJafeplumbing establish;
    among the citizens of7 Colored ,i and $L Trial botties. free. OiV Ls y an

    Town i
    (west) sidXof the railroad. He .has GEO. L.J MCDONALDCirri For full inform icn a.id sleeper nwervation, cail on Stty agent cf- rthr''i prepared to do the best?work. Call and 'see mti.
    already secureia
    good many names Seaboard write.
    of the property owners of the cty.; The : fnglteer I

    .location has not.been { und. 'arerlaaa.d Subdtrldma LaDd. a spK guy A. 0. MCDONNELL &Gem JatbalUle! /'FII.. : J. McDONALf. 1

    Mr. Henry Wells of the COCOANUT GROVE. FLA. .
    manager S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr., Pass. Agt. I II

    1T. 1

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    t Palm Beach Depart mentfl. eteoeo.eeeeeeeteeeti.eeee '


    iami 0' srl't'LEY L\TS. rotLTRYD EGGS. .

    We Palm Beach Fla' Noxrob 6n such a system will l begun al an; ; a..h. It, W.u U At. .
    (foods IkIlTered' ....
    I 11- de weather today i*T'benMtly" i as early day and the success Italn..h at F. e

    it : been both days! since the eleSeemingly. -I Miami. )Ir. Parrott thinks I guat. ee,"e, o, e oe .eeoeeoooooeco .

    bai : physical condltloifexnipatbx antee that even less difficulty wHi lie. .
    I -- ---
    I j' with the BloomDemoi'fatio of encountered' here titan at Miami

    Where People ofl defeat, and tn.- unproitious procuring an ample artesian ..lIl>ply;;

    i Attire of the Republic, A plea : of pure wattr It need: not bo a.IIf'd(, ,

    nfirtliji! "*"' tr Is liloxxin and the rain I thai these assurances are gratifying; .

    Model 'ate Means IK ul t Vfht InrissaiiT. iiliko; il..[irOKsiuIn ,.; : Mippknii n'i-1 In the i further asurauc Y SPECIALTY
    : ,
    personal n'nan,1| IHmes 1 l'II' .that the ra.lru.i.l; s\i -iu will co-opt+ale r ; ;

    t hi....' f\llly with the' city In nil MhfpieiliHil "
    t"rforL4. the Ilk
    It I.+ a .1'111 da : "

    f Ares| MlkingColnforrbl of w <:h' for"mal..h. i i.. .Ole0:] Ihe'n in.: lo ili- urnnili jin.l the I puns' !'

    ea't t rki'.t. i, ,, IM'riu of its beopl, -. Tin mayor rf.ixiil.ist I
    ;: hi'mof infiiriiiution |th ," \i-
    11. 'If'1 of chi I !
    Incomes I Is hat ill all .lir...;; i..no; of taultaMirt. lint tailed. l m itihim, ,

    t aip'viaf;}' t" thiS] tri'a as trultltItIs ,.M < relit lor a |','rsiif.\; .' ]INII'\'It'Y\ 1, Fla 14, MtiM,ilk

    i of ,ill' I-oil. 7h'.r ('annutI'ro'l'artt 81'al.l.. nf linaklni; through th pasha- !

    t 1t"'lr iamb; thdrlp,,'. laity.. IK- ,"",..n, P''i'iy| of vn railniuoihi .

    Choice PropertiesWe ;a.s f II.IIudl!. and, Ito' [Inrl''k fur ; '.as, ,

    I ih.- NI re j+ ""'I''k""Io',1 n :antirp R..a..r..f i Metropolis.. .'nl ilulintiml't i

    i tlOIl, )her uapr'-'itinns:. cpudi'I"na' i iIIa ill ; .r la I this coinuiiinlt! I is raptdhit !

    lave for Sale I fl f I r1' Poibly the \\.tnl. of thl? :rn....sinrun!nunt aarnut'iitlly: ( Riparian Right Farm CheapI

    : }tea? h.. prt'ltIlUI h.f IlIIfon" nHIM. that lul'ot printing liii-in.:-s. hnil:

    r tk ./I ."oribb' ..n lry... w hie p h the s.itUK. ..flTiKt-I li\ tinMetropoln have a lip bar)"tln In an Improved place rlgl on the bay. 17 ml'tt!

    J I I f.lIur.t\i!, 1"h r.ITlfrln! and co.IlIIt'nsa- to the lax p.}'.'r*. Anoih..r thing oimi} i oath' ..f M-ml.; &:1:1:1 one. mile below Cutler. The far consists of 35 acres

    f Avenua D. ... . .. ... .. .. ... $.599.99 I 'r. I II : in.in.I mi faxirnlih' is III. ....lIIpl -I. i !I' of. \\ h.. 1a oll',. Impr.H', ,- with a grove of 41); Avo.'ado i'. r trees. 303: Manga;

    I business bloc* on ;!Street ..... .: ... .. .....1. .... .. 1,250.00 ..ialu I ..fiirri'' Ins r'llIrn.,1 I font\ ; n.'S-i (if 1 h.- |issue of Xll\= in Wllll tr(.-* from 1 t., 1: years olds and a U'go variety of other :'h. p'si'tlag;

    sand: house on Seventh..1; ... ..;.r.I;....... .. ... .... .... .. .... .. 3.00000 .' .lacks! ;rt&llltfhU.." at ih. m<'trojiol.,; its. niiiipi' 'Ii 11 III <'f t("K4i.iil"c| niWsl.rf.il of limes sunaa.; su':.- tppipsapi( : 'a-Ullios. figs fasslan! m"tI'.rr.: ..... ar.l a

    |it on Seventh vtreet '! rig's. .. .. . .. .. .... .. SOOOOO \ all.ll. [Riiir "flo'r ,i.rixat. lnisinis titlharu > IK"tin:i n..ws, and <.t.>]i.-c!Lily Ih.> II n<'e noapr. ,anlen A fUJr-m.n I. ,."t'. anal a t'il'o,st J ttt '"'

    and lot, bay front rfpar'an street:. ..... .... ...... .. .. ... .... .. 400000 I Fristir ass! i oases he ill I not fail ninipl.) "'<- n,turns from th- \\'..,l. 1',(ant list Iii.)lrivrr pifluaj : .s a n:uri :t'! J an opcuwellVilJ' a, 11 exceeJinglyonror .

    . and lot foot of Twelfth street Idf'p: Improvements . . 4. 50OO I 'n eh.tatl'rte( the iit.n'sts I ofV| I Hi.,nh iirxinit' I'otnpiiitnM I Is lln-) : ( >, Write to the], .
    Thlrtenth m
    house and lot.
    on'Avln-.f B and Eighth st-'et, for rll ,. .. .. :4: roo.oo; I ''slch' th' lirKht! lithe' niuniiiialn life ..I trade! :' and l if the Mi.tim Metropolis : S L. JEFrORDS.

    anj 3 Iou Twelftl street film IUOO00: to . . . 4 OOC.0km -) I >' 'h\'i'r*' ( which h.. prt"hi.' ";. It i I" in the near intone\ sh iu'd: hale Cutler Fps

    poses and lots with on 2't loft \Jfun bearln trees Fourth street .. .. .. 2.000.(00i I ell lJi6xin' \ tint with the ien I to theniproUinnt i ho largest n'1!; mail list! OM-UHI.; ii, ... '

    house street Avenue D .... .. ... ... .... ... S3000 :: of its "tn'.t Palm ,ihis olll. e ih" fut, should\ not l be' so I .

    i and lot on Four.h Thud; ftrect.-near .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .... 1900.00 i k-achjlili'''u-rinin.I upon| n )I"wl| Is."e astounding .ii the rtsiinitd .ruptioij of i
    house and lot on ; 1
    ua:i 1'''.- '...-'on Fiat Bfrii-l. for all .. ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 2/J'WW(' I of $:tEilt.&' Tini:,".. was ''mailo. put ML Pike\ I r :

    .! n-a ,i grape frtt't! grove Lear Cocoanut Grov .. .. .. .. 3000.00 111'011 I 1e market 1'"I..ra"'lOrl'\' placed Work on the Fire Hall Is i.osrossng I Come and Us

    t't j cane-balfueared,1'armgtfruit trees rear CcccanU: I nn.1 II 'Lwork{ of ,Minli..',an t'nex as rapidly as weather nuiditions, !,, '

    0'/1/ s, ... .. . .... ., .... ... .. .. ... ... .. ........ ,200,00 ictiy( lifnctiit nros. '\\i to theraiisitiSrtatlon \, allow The basic wall of ol.vnnt sand' Opposite the P' "<. r

    land at C'utlerl.! ... .. ... .. .... ... .. v. ? SOl) 00 I of lain;: in.'it. rial the rick nhutu (. the f.I1I11.IIIllons be. n .

    crt e.iv ?rapt at Orange Ridge .. .. .:. ...::. C.OOOOO: f.lst toast Hallway clilnuiiK that Ithu.1 started, but Incl.'III'lIt.alh..... hasJ"r., i -. .
    fine young* orange and] gtajc'rui t::....<> o : %'aoi': f.nr. 1\ t'4wrian I nlitx' a sufficiency of flats for. the r'sl",111l' work. It will be r'slll1l'1' / OUR ST \ .K. IS
    rights $3000. ana S.OiWOO': d. I 'ansmiFtation of the cessary ma- I is weather conilitions, |>;rnill. Full tine of Hardware
    II . . 1 "50.00 Parch I
    orf'ven1; call.-il on Mr
    te and 3 lots on lards&lr'rt'l[ I..rlal.jv::lh" mayor' Overhanging clouds and th.> prnbadlity SASHDOORS NEW i ADD
    c'trus from $::''.00 an sere r t.J ami laid before him th0 situation, and
    i farming will lessen theittenilance
    continued rain
    the reason. Call and see u* \ uudarstand that unless 'I > of
    fnrnithed houses to frt I !;Iringthlm to '
    and plreagple grove... .. .. .... .. .. .'. .. .. .. .. 1,00000 the material could lie had the at the school aii.litoriunionight COMPLETEPrices Farming
    grapefruit I This is unfortunate, as the'bject
    work house i !
    i and 7 room hou e., |>tarn stable tool house and \\'ork Ipf street improvement would Is so pralsworthv, and the In\electual PAINTS ImplementsQ. 1
    with riparianShts ;
    Miami river Low
    and gnp fruit grove, on I ha\'e to BO over for another season are
    fg wohld
    orange .. ... ... .. i.W,00: treat that was promi.s' 1 .
    Ideal home ...i.... .... .. .. a,i unib'Sirable and hurtful result Mr. .
    an : .
    I be much enjoj edMr
    > so
    T' I arrolt caught! on to the situation and
    O K. Woods of Stuart who,
    the that the can wouldbe
    4 assuror mayor I WATSON
    I' I furbished and the material supplied with his Interesting daughter spent ]
    that the several weeks here earlier in the fall,
    faas nf'i'lle.l-adlIng I'
    & MERCIER as baring In view convenient medical _
    ;PIERS railroad authorities were in sympathy _+ sWe

    with !tb t plans of West Palm Beach, I treatment for the young lady whose ,

    and V uld co-operate with the city in health had become Impaired arrived

    1 Real Estate and Insurance Agents. its plan* of Improvement leaving nothing here Thursday night and Is a guest1of: ) t3aadleithe! .
    Woods is at Saratoga
    I in the Seminole
    ugdone to further Its ends So
    12 004 Avenue D. and It Is gratfying to know that
    Bozo 171 or the Oliver
    1 uutler of street Improvement Typewriter.
    .. FLORIDA the
    of which
    I- of the sanitarium
    the experts
    Ii! t F. E. $. Ry, will not only not impede
    but vill do everything possible to she Is an Inmate pronounce her ailments
    not organic, but only functional
    .WILL BETHE haste the work.
    Increasing.i \ THINKS restoration to health Is confidently
    Florida Oranges Her early
    I LEADER AGAIN Ano hW thing discussed by Mayor I
    Mr. Woods the
    Curried )Jr. Parrott was that of the r '
    1--- Because It is superior to an otbeLWe
    moving reg. to the lengthof
    now undetermined as
    orange* are father Is
    4 The present water -
    The Oyde liner Comanche, 1I I A special coresrpondent from Washington city's jkter li supply.abundant and will be his stay In West Palm Beuch. He are selling there too. bMMM
    brought for the Savannah News writes supply our price and terms are easy. If JOB
    \redneda|. and needs only
    h Ted last other has abundant means
    retained tor Ore protection land "
    its want a good machine let us tea you
    of oranges and folows as to loca I -
    t 7. ckage* until supplanted to consult his preferences
    fruit this city and about Il I, Bryan Democrats claim that their necessity lifequate purposes artesian system. Work tion. about the

    for other kets. which Is the peerless leader" comes out of the by an I OUVKR.

    really Impo cargO*to arrive Contest( the logical leader of the radical .1" 1- && \__ .

    8eUOIL The frnl ihows improv- Democracy. Those who are closely

    | color and quality, Jhe'trade Identified and associated with him po- '.

    ; hold briskly at $22..: nd. n..5 : 11tically. and those wbo, were with him !' j i KEY WEST! DEPARTMENfMetropolis \ ,
    withfew declare that he |
    i bos. aa the general range I i luring the campaign I

    high os 13.00. I lad already formed his plans for 1908. -',,.. A A .,. .. .. .. . A machine shop his been added to '
    t aa . r r r r 'r, -
    9 fiI (j (j Y Y Y Y ""' lf rww y r r our large: establishment to satisfy the \"
    to secure
    on accout labia intention
    slow said it
    fruit Is still I1 Is jr..
    pe Ja D
    The residence class repair shop
    Nov. first
    West demand a
    amount of small sizes trol of the Socialist element In the Bureau, Key
    5 excessive colored night clerk at the post pf- GAS ENGINES
    the AUTOMOBILES and
    of base ball was played I for
    Strict- 11.-A .
    felling at tow prioex. and East. game .
    I are 'tenm' and flee was broken Into and robbed Sunday and that department Is In
    r fruit of desirable ache Is senrly The'btd alliance of the West and the Sunday Between a picked the missing article! We
    Cuiah The was well night. charge of skilled machinists. are
    well at $3 to I4. per box. South ma\not be renewed. The Bry- the team. game
    last waek.-Se... attended?and each side had IU rooters was a gold watch which was given at your service.LOFTON.
    tIs cagier than anltes decla, the South gained nothing Robert by his fother. Robert estl
    to faze the to
    Fruit Journal by breakln way from Its former who loP" no opportunity >
    interestingfrom mates his loss at S;OO.
    ally and joining with New York and other ,sWe. The game was
    f. '' tMat Inning to the last and & EINIG
    --Tbe way that man lcoked'atwas the East. Beside! His said Bryan

    i positively insultingDid has never regarded the South as fruit the scote stood 7 to 4 in favor of the The county commissioners of Monroe Successors to Lofton A; Johnson OpportU Post Offle. Miami, ):'n.
    follows -
    he stare at yot U! 4;; tut ground for the cultlva\(on of his picked team. The line up was as county held a special meeting on --- - --------_ _ _ _ _ _
    He one glance and Socialistic and his Populist Ideas : T of deciding
    No. gave Picked Team Monday night for the purpose

    i looked, at something. etoe.JIT and It is believed West has his strength Increased In theSouth by the C.cuba Rodriguez 11 i .catcher . ..li8ugoA. I I whether at the or corner not a of license White to and sell Do You Intend To Build and

    I liquors
    base .1k nelez
    Rodrltuez .2nd j
    of Roosevelt In _
    overwhelming victory
    would be granted ito

    TREfSORNAMENTALS.: j New York. Gon3 SvRodrlf I' uez..short..0. ..1st base .Rodriguez. .Laind Joe Newton Torano.streets The. citizens living Attorney ;in. SAVE MONEY? ,

    Mr. Bryan's friends take pride In the .Nonntmacher that locality were represente.1 by
    Fico MJ. . .pitcher
    fact that Judge Parker on n conservative .. .HendleyrlKhtfleld G. G. Brooks and Attorney ,L.
    Fame li\r.! .3rd base INFORM THE in which all-branches of the Uuildinjf -
    i-e you going to plant ant trees or I, platform was defeated worne-in Barcelclaeza v. . .c. Papy A. Harris represented Torano. On account T des are represented. The
    ? is theto the conservative East than Mr Bryan : .'J. of the close proximity to the garrison !
    ntals this season how; Pierce .ce ter field . Papy ; member of this a-s< :iaiu>n cheer-
    officer sent a
    Write us your wants. was on a free sliver Issue field ..l..GuailroThe the commanding
    do It. . .left 1 1It ContractorsAssociation will Inrnish ilans.pccification
    I communication to the board to the ef fully |
    | offer the following: |: Throughout the campaign friends ofBran estimateAddress
    the saloon would bea nulRanoe and
    In the West were constantly Inquiring I feet<<
    and GRAPE FRUIT TREES. nlahasers the l hinn base ball
    E be notgranted
    tint the licence
    asked -
    I and
    thousand of them I as to the legibility of a land. witha Contractors Association
    threebundred I tram which has been written to After hearing the arguments:: I
    Parker in New York. .It I R
    sod slide against
    tour orange, rough lemon, \iewtbf getting! the leant u play a Ixxh hi let the commissioners d<>- MIAMI.: FLOKIPA
    couldsite : from
    that Mr Bryan
    toe moat have been
    stocks-al may lade !
    jrifollata i series of'games here have as jf't that for the *
    unanimous vote
    the handwriting on the wall, or it i'd.J..1 >) a !
    earletlea.Cfi ', nu'IIIJI!
    uay have !wan abet hp had a.i inkling J !gall l nf Ih" rommunit thaI :t
    bnnd e l. thom I -- !,.. granted I MIAMI BARGAIN STOREt
    TREES-Two would' 1"11
    fine of,, what might occur He 1I'rlHI.lyI. Mdrtlne/ has; purchalu>.1 l the interest II I

    0It11 Florida .varietfra.A !&yr as de- kept out of the East anllll In no way Jose of t E. R Alhury In the Racket I II II I . . . . +--........ . . ..

    i as we ever grew Better gel or- revponsihle for whit' iXTiirrel, In that store llifclniss. on Duval street .\ new line of V t WI + If you cant Ita'gain.; :
    them. I Tlntts I'niim
    1 for ftlon. I A ivcNn i>"iip of the
    I your ; st f I 1 buy .your +
    r tact once. piiMlclxpredated -lection passed off fairly well of JacksonVUIe. has this to say <>f one Pongee Silks, Worsteds, .
    hl're-I lodge Parker his lnady The i I I. food the 'cunt'?.
    .ED! PECANS-We haven't' I a his xaluaMesirxUes\ loJt in this ?jty\ 'Ttu.".la%'. there l/"elng only of Key Nest residents: "On" of the ;,tint otiler I ;j; Dress b. $

    to grow sufficient toply I The .fflce for 1 interesting<< jncmints in connect on call pnd our hoc of Crock
    V been able i' parr In the west Ills 'iporteraw one se ,file rt'orh'tl. ; '. b Dress Goods: t ole
    the demand but bv a nles.. 11 not be called to shoulder the sheriff 'h-as the one that aj ficht was with the Carnival\ rounds was furnlshcil Fall and Winter\ Patterns t cry. Di..hc.. t.la.lIand! TtD\\'are i ia1.

    this, season | c arge of being; boilers,.for IK' public made f|r. the parties contesting I for It I yesterday aRe rn on. when General . . . . ... . . . . . .

    AND ORNAMENTALSOverf 1) urged them to preserve their r'gu- being I) :.T. Hicks, ihe present incumbent Al .' Sawyer. the mnal'! man 'ofKey i I.lift AlH-BtIC U .'.D., Air I .J J. GAUTIER. Prop.DOANE .
    General Nrxi to .H c
    a thousand fine field growr. graft- : I'4rlty. If they cut the ticket l-rlxately and the regular, nominee I and P.V Went but Prince NlcoK, .
    One hundred and twenty- i b' was on record as hating. preserved \ Knl bt. who was defeated in the Sawyer has for years had ht'ls.- ,
    1 roses. toraothern claimed. he was of bring the smallest n n iln i
    n'Ttrtetles selected especially I h s party ImaltyIf prinaryj! I & RAULERSON _
    planting Also > fine lot I i Judge barker had carleil New countedbut. The indications are that Ihe Stale, but his i,< ftlnc with I'rmce !' 5 ,
    hedge plants "M be defeated but be has a' Xicoll yesterday caused l him to satrender
    ornamental shrubs, Vork and lost Indiana the loss of the Knight DKALKKS IX
    j of'I the 1,1k'. "I'm through ro-
    and ,the
    tree | i litter have been charged to i large lowing
    I I \
    : of General sawyer' as li > iloffodhis
    tlekdt oul n-arkoil
    _, descrlp-I treacher Bryan node noulieecbes i the will\ I be the >;: means .
    11905 CATALOGUE gives Bryan ,: hat and anmncert to the crowd! Best liars, hol.c..t. .'ouhr).
    obit for sur- Liveandxdressed
    The Iv-mocratic finding boice meats.
    ;rd manyjees in
    these :
    r and Prices I I I i within the tent of Prince Xlo-ili. lm "
    and plants and contalas campaign In that state was entirely I poultry FAIR TREAT.MEST: .
    for 1 standard>t'm-1 The regular monthly meeting! of the small enough but thN f'llow'teergesthe : _
    Tfnte a In the hands of the gold I I
    1. information. held I1I i distinction and all that ;;>KS with
    : Society was
    I I I ocrats or Cleveland faction. Thus It : ladies' I benevolent I
    a 1101 I The usual routine of busl- it. He is I not half as large aa I am: i-
    while outwardlyasertlng 1'Ul's.la3t-i
    i claimed that Bryan Ol ft I
    of I. Sacce.aon to C. H ;RU LIt "
    : there were This incident furnished a great deal
    IDRSRIESO. nest As .
    WET Democratic \'trans3et..1. .
    LO ST. his loyalty to the \ : (;1). a hocxtafellvhcJthc meat b. icah .
    .. feat members present nothing ofimportance pleasure to those who happened;: to l be D .r. !.:IM* I
    TABER. Proprl* :. party now looms up as the recognizedleader very I I I Corner 13tb 5t. and \0.
    F .O. U I was done aside from paying within the tent at the time General I
    radical Dem
    7. .. of the ,
    Box '. due;. Sawyer paid his I
    ,1 Florida ocracy.
    6t. jtr1 -

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    if;'?eti'ar.'s.w.a"1kw: :! a+bmk:r'a"aw.a, eam+''':'1

    I' J -. I'LpllUlUliljhlUU -' ,t \

    t 3 bustion. or burning' wood. coal orkeronlne
    }mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmNwJaJJyrs 1 until such a time as he shall I

    his verdict.
    Who ,1. Your == "But should the pparker! fail to gain
    The the( consent of the sparkee he may at UNMISTAKABLY

    Dru kglst! I I any time surrender his license and a
    ... C4DY <
    avoid further payment. 1
    hPureo I Violations and Penalties. I II DIFFERENT P PH
    ulscayne -. I I Sec2.. Any couple within the ae'! j
    ___ t 1,1who !'
    limit prescril in article t, t L: '
    :::1 I shall be caught detected', ral'tur.l, {;75,. :
    D I ed, or apprehended' in the act of bugging M:1.
    rug ... ... 31C
    ( .. an.t sparking:, f-queexitm. spooning ior | : l ti .
    == Chemital. I' l indulging in any of the many ands;I !
    prcp..ratl"( arc ::: \
    IfSfCfY I tret",lihdsthC ::::1 livers ways of Urn-making and who ,
    ::: 0 1)ur metbnd. :: shall nut lie able to produce a licensefor '
    :::::: .:::1 ,- arc cl \innlendcdSOL ::: 1 I the same shall be fined not less 'I II .1:. I' 1 I )
    == :::: I t'
    :.. br all, ieputablev than $2: nor more than $:" for each j i'I S,1 i I .
    :E:: ENG Y J. C. Abernethy. I'hy.i'1 n... 31_ I I and ever offence.Sec. I : "

    I :. :II. Any couple convicted of illegal -
    :: shall be placed on thblack" .. $
    L.. ? sparking
    iUiUUUUUUUiUlUUUU UWaUtiWWWWlJ bet : raos4 \
    "list and no \licennse shall II I
    granted them.A .
    /' whether of sparking officer (who must he a :
    'tOURTING $Y ORDINANCE; : ag-s of IB and --I
    I COUNTRY EDITOR'S PLAN. : or white extraction or l lath. to married man ) shall be appointed and'

    1 I i" j 1- spark hug, embrace, kiss or sit up I it shall be his duty to detect and apprehend That is the Deep and Well,.Found fun\iction in the Public Mind regarding the
    L.tcenaeslto bd Exacted; Fees Paid Into I with. any girl, maid widow, or grass all persons who may' break
    t Village Treasury-Parents of GirlsAlso widow (mjlc-ss same lie his motheHn- Pilate abuse or seek to evade, eludeor .
    I to Receive' $3 Per Week law) from Oct. 1 to :May I, except under escape any provisions which have

    to'Pay for Lights and Fuel. I I such conditions; ,and restrictions l>een hereintiefore described.
    I 4-----{ : as shall be hereinafter set down anddescribed. Exemptions and Exceptions. Hand-Tailored by Soliloss Uros. and Company. Baltimore.

    The Tuttle 'ork till.) Ensign' : says: "i Article ", Section 1. All persons outside

    Owinp' ; to .he exorbitant price tn Sec. 2. Any unrnaried male who I are: fixed in 1 this ordinance shall _"U.--.:

    fwhk-h a I Kin Is I of fuel hate 1'lIain"d.1'C I shall desire! to court spark or lay I be I exempt from the requirements, '!

    view with. alarm, apprehension and siege: to the heart, hand or pocketbook I penalties and punishments. of same, They are markedly -iiperior in style and work-
    ,-Inging in its train the long cold evennines. ,, of any unmaried or unattached female except any male past SO who shall attempt
    I Those ho enjoy the luxury with a view of eschewing the to court a female of Ifi.( In which I manship to other makes of ready-to-wear ap-

    Sof daughters, !! who. have attained a : privations and loneliness of bachelorhood case said male shall be haltered and :I parel. Don't be deceived by the clothing pictures -

    jcourtingj or sparking age will be doub--' !. may essay the, same provided stabled with the rest of the longearedanimals you see in the magazine advertisements.
    |ly impressed] by gloomy for'tnotings. tU.it lie secure from the village hoard and allowed to bray a' will.
    For the, relief, aid and alleviation of the necessary permit, which the Sec. 2. Any primeval or ancient virgin I Take these elaborate illustrations and compare

    the long-suffering J parents of -marrit I council Is hereby authorized to I Issue, shall be allowed to spark court, : them with the clothes they claim to representand

    it Is that a \ entitl(>tl. "A license \ or even spoon without. a license, providing
    ageable'I dau lterll, meet and which IIha1Jej' ; watch the effect upon your opinion.
    will shift transfer I indiilgefe of spark- she can gel within kissing distance
    Jaw be passed which or for the ;: "
    the I expeplle' Incident to the conducting Ing." jj! of any unprotected mats ; "Fine pictures do not make fine clothes, is one

    of Sparking or courting tour License f uired. : of the Schloss slogans. This make of clothing -

    namentho! the party to whom the benefit Article 2, Section 1. The license I CURED CONSUMPTION. 1 stands on the genuine quality actually found
    accrues j for the Indulgence K. sparking (when Mrs B. W. Evans, Clearwater. Kan.,
    With! I this fend in view the editor properly filled in Jrith t names etc.. writes: "My husband lay sick for three! [ in each garment. Look for this label. It is a

    I would advlst! that the Little York village will read as follows. ; months. The doctors said that he had I i coin mark of sterling value. The suits shown

    board pass the following ordinance "Know ye aU mftj by these presents quick consumption. We procured a bot- i in tne illustration but faintly represents the t
    which] we believe would give that John Juniper Jones Is hereby tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and I a
    P needed relief and we would further authorized, warranted' and empoweredto it cured him.: That was six years ago. latest shape of Double and Single Breasted sack y

    ? .sagest that Jibe same be called "An court, spark made love to or seek Since then we have always kept a bottle -\ : "We have it in popular browns and fancy mixturesR.W.Rhodcs

    Ordinance for the Regulation of SparkIng hand in marriage o: Abigail Ann Adamson In the house. We cannot do with-

    ,", as follows: and to that 'nd I he may (with out It. For coughs and colds it gas no : From $1 '

    Conditions and Restrictions. the lady's consent call on, sit up I equal." 23ci; 50c., $1, at Ref Cross ; yip
    Article. 1, Section 1. It shall be un- with hold the hand of. hug squeeze, I Pharmacy. '
    I II
    : lawful for any boy, youth, man, widower -; or kiss the aforesaid!' Abigail Ann Adamson .1
    : grat widower' lx>t een th.> I on two (21: I tfvetiings' of not exceeding General Wm. Booth of the SaltationArms' I ;
    smoke eat Q1 ] tt::
    five ((3)) hours in a week, such does not drink or
    I etenlngs to be t xt'tjjn family council. meat Sometimes he tastes fiuit.Ktuiv .

    4 The First i National Bank : "And for such prytil.-! ;':t'. )permissionand Kilwanl' has taken up the tidal

    Of'Miami I license the aforesaid, John Juniper Stuart tartan for himself and his ser- '

    Junes shall pay infj.thiullate,... treasury \ants at Balmoral and the white'I
    HAS CXE "AU.ED FACILITIES the sum -'. arid to It ague is quite excited. Queen Victoria ,aaFJOKELETS.

    w -FOR TUB TUANSACTIO.I "OF the fa'her moiher.SDf)legal guardian never used 1 the Stuart plaids, but ,

    ALL BRANCHED OF LEGITIMATE of said Abigail: AnnXAdnmsoii: he shall her servants Halmoral woie the soialed -
    pay he sum of 3J::weekly t<> defray \ nalmoral plaid\ ilesijriiel:: ] by the'i .

    BAKING "rat tln is expensu-fto-wit* the comc \I I'rlnce (Consort. > se

    .. J. .. I_ : 1 I :,\p\i: <| \\\lIIhlt! r.- -Hi aeon. I tin 1.'cacao. S-"od" .!)'s Me Buy it.
    r fld that Jon do nut, lw!,;t'u. .i.icnro s'.iflicifiilly pint. eo the Maya pre.Ion .

    >OOOOO< |>unllieit\ henon tuitli f..r _I III lie> 11M 'Ird...
    rll.i..., .
    I i th'ir icda.Thti + + +
    Ufac'.nV11. I'.irwin. I thin t

    -Al .believe. it until after' I h--..rtl ymTHOl'SANI rtLact may Y w ptxe prts r.every.lhn

    0 4 a prv'at f'1. awl : : : : : l

    7 I )!? CURED :I II I II f.

    I I
    | DeWill's, \Vitch ila/.el Salve liasrurei SPECIAL
    .. our. RED CROSS
    tho'iFBuiis! ot ta-."sif Pile. boiiKhl: ,
    1 :ia lioxof, eVitt'sViUh panel Salxe ot THIS WEEK.

    4)i the ritonnrrtlalion of our d.ugi.-.t( ,' The New Drink. PHARMACY -

    ''i ''so HtPS C H. laCruiof XavaliaTex. I + +
    Yea !
    ( ., !i"-""! o1 cd! It for a slubbcra cast C. L. Bar fine, Pineapple Frtitt
    Claret Punch
    of Piifs It cured l mo perala.! ."-'-ntly" rill like it. President. i

    Yi rsF I 1':01,1 j.y Iti+, :r: liP ilr'I'' ; Cnml'.lI'Y.

    Ji. Mail in ],"ng:: 1.\, \ \'iI" .,.ru,+t'.d) '

    fur uU-iii htsun '.\.10' \\'. 1'iut..siaaiept em' "e (dTII...

    :h:+ ',0ia:''. :.1.\ :=. I.'et lira: 1. '!It.t'OOI'trnrttt off.S II

    1t.,,n :nl'.: :) (If .1:1: 11'.1' of ,,'Il.m.nt. Hnl1 \\\\\

    ar ti|i-j'! "I1I! !> 4i;,-|I.I".I b.i I tii-' -. Inn ii I 'tJptliIf
    Men of good Judgement appreciate X ,,, !
    ent.!I. > .111."I'= :' T ("" .1\1. ( ( ;! (IGARS ii iiSeyboid's '
    f : .1

    / having a pair oi* two of extra trousers X :, .\ (t;;uU i..ps)) f'0 a"il:II'LF.XIOXpar1lin. KKJ rh,. ks rr-I e ohrtii: ).

    s .ffm
    .101",1 by U.-.HK Hf'iVitt's) I.lt'lo' Earlyilhfr

    *. : fo antes S I'-- llK>r... of Xaiip1ohe -
    have around
    They are litindy to
    | -<.. 1 'x. .\ certain t ire; for biliousneis. -
    -- in dozen jlifferent -Saves take .- ---
    a ways tI'Sm01' jiill-eas> to
    s the wear l>f the pair that matches -wasp to aN.(1I,1' by Biscayue Drug

    the suit |ind' gives a spice and (\imi>ktiy.Medical.

    vanity to tt' wearers appearance. I, : I'rolisM.TWhin's" the m'st Bread.

    { \Ve have roust .rs for the K needy ,hI\311".01 hl.I;:o cl kloptaoaeiI!: ?
    1 l" i mb-nt!\ Hii-'h Rnaiue.
    Half the men you know need. ,

    i, trousers, also a larger part of theTrousers I A MANAGING HOUSKKCKPER.ageil : .

    other hoUr e e I, Is made nnd-T, healthy: rnnditlons.
    o We do all mxing; br th' latest
    with machinery
    Amerlrai woman
    aged; ;
    I I I I patented..
    oxcrlltnt references, hovlni;; several

    . r years'experience; in managing a hotel : rrR yo
    Wopsj I at Atlantic City would \like to have a ..8.. Ic

    position of trust for the winter In Flor ,
    Of our Homemade Breac5 for
    ida. :Ha experience anrt go' t judgment I
    i AIr h atth. That's why you should try It.
    !in help Addres.iMH3
    Spoil the looks of any man. : : : : : : : How are yours? : F:. fJA\\RD. I The kind thatls preferred by people I
    for miles. around.
    4 Atlantic City N. J. Box "n. I Ij ,. ;

    Our new trousers are ready for use. The j The: HOSK-I'm afraid 1 you are riot : WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY II
    Come qualified for the i.V> styles are right vthe prices are right I
    j know :;lanytlnns ald'iit my .bnsinesa. |
    and th m. '
    inspect I'
    t I..n'I.I
    Thei; Ap|>H<'ant :
    I: f 1
    '. keep Company whit! your typewriter.DOESNT I I II II

    I I RESPECT OLD AGE. |i iI Miami. : : : : : Florida.
    r i I Ii
    } I If* i shameful when, youth falls to'
    Jun.Sewell & Bro.VMMl'S i show ';proper respect for old age. but!I -

    I I IY ,Just the contrary In the case of Dr. ;, I
    ; H i Ciog'a New Life Pills. They cut off'',I JENNIE X. PARRISH and .'FKED HUTTI-R.
    naladies, no matter how severe and :
    Court M"p'r.IIIII'I"'po.ilion.bn.lo'd' ; General Contractor \
    rrespective of old age. Dyspepsia !I work Teacher of shorthand Office l
    L&1DIJ'C faundjce. Fever,'constipation :all yieldo l' T,. t-'a Mw.Hi Cradlnir.BlatlnK..
    i this perfect Pill. ZZc. at an drut- >nr. 10 00 lo i:. n and 2: : ke.deut.z. Anne C, Sidewalk'i
    ., tore: i and'Road Construction.;; *> '



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