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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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fp.;'--4'PESIDENT RDOSEVE LT HAS NA I ROW MUTINOUS SAILORDESTRUY THE PRESIDENT'S :;\Vh1te Itoral The girts.House routine lodar..110 I lit'Ii the.. WhIte a' b ber.of House. WILL BUILD- \'A- t. i.a


; WARSHIP was In no W&y' hanged today as the
47th BIRTHDAY :ran>!'y ceTebraU n, of the cia'bi a

{ I ESCAPE [FBI R RI M SEHIOUSFINJUBY I F IL'$i fa'rl3 bftthJar until aft, r Inner the ,w return been 'post.pou.J the? fllFLE. RANGE .

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IIs\ 1 WC.T U\MEETI Washings S: Paul, b f n., October lot' : I-j
: : NATIONAL CONVENTION And All Stl.i.Petersburg' in Is Being Celebrated: honor of 1Prt'lld at Roosevelt' .

f:81 i ij ih use tender" Magnolia_ Darkness.!f4' ton and Other Points. seventh blrthdat the 'Rooseve Club I Miami Rifles Assistanceof
I Delegates From All O'r' :'Country Art I
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of this c'ty wit give a banquet) tonight -
With Steamer, to La Angelts It1'I the Citizens.. :
f.. Y Colliding Trooping, CO whichlF:1117: prominentt.men
to. "Los Angeles.tales Cal.');;:t.1Z7.. Dele- ) f
Esparta. of th'i: city and Other states hate been .
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I TIFIRST! TIME IN YEARS I,-iteJ. among the m LaFullette ,
TROOPS ARE'ORDERED' TO FIRE FOR I +
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oj I:>>>ereance Union have l itrOOpiDc to of Wisconsin and GovernorFolk
M. t .. I I Ij :alt city tor several days; from all parts ON DISORDERLY GATHERINGS THE, PRESIDENT. HAS" BEEN ABSENT of Missouri., The, KMotjet win SEVERAL IMPORTANT, MATTERS..

.)f the country, to attend the National -PART OF WARSAW IN FLAMES FROM HIS FAMILY ON be held at the '"'Merchant's HoteL, ACTED UPON BY COMPANY LAST 1K

AND PRESIDENTIAL PARTY WERE 1 W. C. T. U. Convention I which opened ALARMIr 1 REPORTS ,FROM SUCH AN EVENT I NIGHT-: 'IMPORTANT'RDai.. =fk:.
tTAKEN OFF'BY THE CUTTER here today last until II -AND, r't
of
I IVY to Wednesday A CHANGE IN NAVY PROMULGATED PROMOTIONS
SOUTHERK1LJSSIA.; .. .
"Ica AND TRANSFERRED SAFELy 1 text week..When j, 'I\ I i REGULATIONS MADE; T'': .

.' ..TO, .l CRUISER WEST. VIRGINIA the convention.was' called towder i I 1'.

1L1NQ., AT' 1:40 'A. M.Ner I at the, First I I Congregational I New York, October ST.-Forty-eer- TII.'ij ., .., o dAn
;" : ; Zhnrch today nearly.six hundred del I I Duties of J Assistant SecretaryArs
: the I St Petersburg;bet 27. Warnm ;. en years ago today, on' October' 27, Materially .! l r .
Stateor'guir&Uoni '
Modified
:; egates. representing, various .
Roosevelt.
a .. I of the V. C. T. U. were to the people thlt'ln.case of disorder 1858. President. was born f I: interesting and Important meetIng r

J 1. -'. IB attendance. Mrs. ..Liaian M. N:\ the soldiers will 1|fire ban cartridges In the'house bearing'the: number 28 I I! of_the 'Mlalm. Riser' was,heftl at
Washington, DC. October I7j By '
,:. ... Orelaas, Oct. J7." -After" 'a San, :Stevens. president. of he...National orsanlsation are posted on every street corner jo->> .on'EastTwentieth street in this city.President order 'of the 'I'tari of' U \.Navy, ;the armory:last/nlghtf attended by w- 'f Y
iieseapt from. Injury in an early Roosevelt being his s large umber of members.. ;.
on way
delivered her
presided d
ai
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", : the ,the .Bonaparte, that section of the navy '
collision ,la" which the' light- i umoal address. giving a review. of tie dortud ; suet under from New Orleans.to Norfolk Va. onboard regulations des lAg the duties ef the :Among I other bustaees', I transact** E EIt
< \* he of ,I of 'die' cruiser Virginia, .. was. .decided,that the company, at* r.
tender. Magnolia, on wblch., work and successes ie organization I P Welt I Assistant Score ary of the Navy has ; :
t being;'war so muck disabled luring the put year. {Miss ADD.a00r.t0l1' A.' -' General. Trepott, to/restore confidence he will be unable'to spend his birthday been matertallmod1t1: cL I I tend church at,last ono & monUi 2*..
vlce-presiden '..t'Iarce 'and has ordered all shopkeepers to with his family, as'; he has been I a body, alternating between the:, var--
the Prey Under the nsecretary < w rule the assistant -
," ,. e- shad to:abandon her. national,organizer, ,wi is' also present. take down the boards! from their sh >p In the habit of doing for many years. "of the win be required" lous churches ,of.thetifltlBy

1s!Low safe. on the.revenue cntllftjl md delivered a short i iddress. windows and ajUj shops win open .o-s Nor will he be able to \iw) present at to visit every 'Navy first class ship and action of the& company Cant'

y.jwhlck t" Is carrying Mm {o the Many prominent speakers I have been' morrow, morning, any -of the celebrations.; arranged, In naval sttlon on the Atlantic Jaudon was appoint !historian and, ;'

arm d cruiser West yirjlnlarn-, Invited'to attend the 'convention and During the afternoon the wild*it honor of the day. every If'he can t find he Is to compile recOrds.' pictares.data,,,, q'

.hre4 tin the lower bay.. 4 some of them have promised,'to1ai- rumors,spread:through the city aid The Roosevelt Home'' Club. which any coast time each outside yea of and.those tripe, he. Is etc:. of the organUatloa.. since' its- tir.ceptlon. .

;;Nel, : twerehe President, nor any of- his, dress the, convention |at" the 'general students gathered at the university: ire organized on October 12. .1904, expected: to go tS the Pacific cast and ._ *- rJm'the

part d la, the accident meetings : ..:;M..,I and announced:'their determination to by twenty-five admirer of" the pre! Inspect the' .hI&s and stations there. :A circular was rear<< United
: .Jrj ails I of the' collision' are, not I. t hold a meeting Contrary to the cove n- dent, will celebrate the. day by a Confidential i States army regulattona'which'gien
oral reports Iare.tobe
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Kisomprete but'Immediately after it ocVnrreJ DIAMONDS ARE I; ment orders. The strikers have p- banquet which will be liven tonight "of citizens! the privilege to'participate: U' *
: made to the Secretary the:Navy, '
\ pad the electric.Jl ht machinery aid target practice with military organizations
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orders were received .41irectii In the room of the old Roosevelt home State
hurry : FOUND IN KENTUCKY but'It 'does not [ how much of his t
Ao, -I.. .... ,.' the city. Is m | ubeaL Belnfon say the governmentfurnishlog -
| jtbe Ivy to proceed Immediate-. .. ..here' the"President was born forty- be
time he shall of
acting Secretary
< ':J; ,:. ments of troops are poring Into'e gunsand a certain umber, of .t
1 i to' the point where. It occurred andthe ? 4jOffer .t- ; seven years ago. The President: hadbeen !!
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the Navy but It does cITe'hIs other
Made by Exp.rt. to Develop I city and most|alarmlng rounds of ammunition to each and
reports s reGov. .
every
guest
President and party to. sea I' Invited to be the of honor. .
duties in JetaL
Certain Lands. : || ''
t Thf; ,Ivy passed Pilot Town; .at 8:15 rPittsburg. : =J' incirculation about tne conditions but, of course could not .come.' the ,citizen participating1: : In said practice. i
asslatanif secretary Is to determine {
k!.'ItlWI morning: 1.11I1.' .. then : : ': I Southern' Russ!&)| \ The club Is, determined to preservethe all masters: of ,naval 'militia" Acting upon.tats Wormation' *0. :
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a ron of one hour and-a,half Oct; 27-pi;The.directors Private reports confirm mutiny a 1 house In' which President Roose- committee consisting"otlieut CoaUs
what loans of
gifts
public
i.tti crnlser.. It.Is reported.that them ,of-the Kentucky Diamond Mining andDevel.yment' the battleship Catherine u.. and of i t e I ref 'was born and -to maintain it,as In the possession or of the' property shall be .and Sergeants Savage [dud I 'Simpson,
Company have receivedan destruction by &cendlaries of the battleship navy were to circulate among
'The appointed *
in with the National landmark.. club now '
was collision a what
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f.{steamer Espartasnoruy, : ,after .offer of David Draper:'of Johanneburg. *- Petellmon.; numbers-about three hundred. Mr. given to It'and | services of ships I citizens and, ask their kidIn[ raising- fib,

I South Africa,' to 'developerthe, -J II.[,. P. .Glasel Is 'the president of,the In comlsslqn or ,of. officers and men !funds to assist In erecting a-.. .'rille'I i

+, ; : binds in Elliott County;'Ky. belonging ORDER V WILL ;fiit' ;club an J"Arthur Fuller the Wstorlan-! In the marine. corps shall be granteeIn I,range. 't' 3.

IDENT SAILED'- to,the:company and; fI't con- RESTORED IN Many prominent friends ;anj admirers connection with State, municipal or I It Is figured that a.suitable rang*' l y .
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'1 AT 9:40 O'CLOCK'Nr tain',valuable dlamoadjbearing. [ deposits LT >. ** 'i'.Moscow. of ,.the President have beenInvited private function}; repairs to ships advertising can be bult for .$100. oz{ .150. and the

Orleans.. Oct 27. :The first "of,'Kmberlite. ? l Oct t7 Alf" employees :and some' Interesting, 'addresses. will and Uie newspapers,,whicashall members of the company Wfieve that
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oiews of,the *accident to the llgathonse :Jr: Draper recently made a careful of the water, gas and street car.companies be delivered. employed to. that e dHe the amount will be easily raised,'and'

ade ':Magnolia i reached here by teftvphoit examination of the lands'in*question 1 struck |oday. """'. \ 4Washington Is also to investigate the personal' that they! soon'h v, a range upon
t' .,
every
nature and was"highly* enthusiastic over the The Go'em'otene: has issued fa character of applicant for,a position which to practice martr. anrl1lp.-
+ and was In-the of anappea : ;,D C. October %7.-
} for 'help, from captain Rose, prospects of finding rich depwlts of proclamation that all' railroad traffl For.the tlr.t;time in years President In the else marine or pay corps, and ,W..'u..JPent.(( company f and I.;;valued'
wherever the appointments
e fth steamer Espar'taNo; the diamond bearlng-nvneral ,In SUM-; will 'be restoreiand| thatthe.strike. Roosevelt will not'be with his familyon {yin navy member of the who resignedome
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] ren except that5the octa *tmckXher 'I t t|y.'counfyv' nay stated that severalpaitieli. will not prevent supplies of food being I his birth lav. His forty.eventh confidential are made'from civil life, and' / 'Um" ago on'account' of leaving:. ,?
erI .haVe .otrered'to'put .1100.000, fie troops have make -rePorts to the secretary .
eaeh tad; that the Magnolia" Is ; brought,In. | ; been blrfh ,,lInd& him on board the TJ. 8. j the city, made application.for a.re + /-
t each:'Into'the venture! of.digging oKlmberi1te given half cartridgesfor nse'ln'caseof cruiser,West Virginia now on. its.'way + news! 'of membership, -and"was una* ', :

_ fTb weather Is fine'aaa the Ivy_arIttved 'onr: the'lan. < s' .belonging- to V-V disturbances. j,t {-!.v/' from NewOrlein. to Norfolk. The THE FEVER- SITUATIONAT imously accepted.* T"L J.

.eovering.the .Hstsnrs'ot-forty- the Diamond, Mining ."'!':" M _TED' I usual program'for the da,.was, there After transacting -otner'mtaor bust,
(Biles in quick ttme.. The"President.. WARSAW' : -' ,.- :: .: tore:.materially t changed. In' forme t NEW ORLEANSNew l'Dea;' the ToHowIng'orders ''were.."pr-*"

Beer. Jury Loeb and Dr. Rlzey.. with .REGIMENTL, :REUNION, < --' ITO BE IN .FLAMES V years the members" of the Cabinet,, Orleans, Oct 27. Two new mnlgated' by Capt Jaudon:' .

>aggage. were transferred to the -. t'' prominent 'officials, .members I of Con. cases of yellow fever and'.two'.deaths Orders No." I.\ The(following,'pro
find proceeded down the'rtveriTh : Albany' N...T.!.o t:'2; .;:... The innaalreunion' .Thorn. Prussia; Oct- 2T A special gres and;others called! at the WhiteRouse were'reported o noon today; making motions are hereby'made' In Company ;:., ,

( 'President and party went on of: the New York Seventh from.a reliable iource In Warsaw says and.. tendered their congratulations. the totals 3,380d cases and 441,deaths U to take'elfect Immediately and they' u;

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k and Immediately the vessel pat opened here today'at.1 10,G.: A. B.: ball started there list: night bar Dot'I been 1 omitted today.: 'However, many'let,. to see {the withdrawal of.the' sergeant Corporal' Simpson;, to be' ,

Nearly;all of<< .the sun. I Ivlng membersof I extinguished ai that"" one-- "part' of the. I t ir$full 'telegrams ,' congratulation rag most of he forces under surgeon WhitHe *- corporals Artificer. 'Johnson, :Private
the regiment ate 11 attendance. city Is la flame,1;; : > "., '' : Gibson to be artificer
I I the' Prelldent. were received'at, UM, Is to remain, here- indefinitely. ; and company;
Private Jackson.By .
-- clerk.
Clifton
MDE RSON SHELTON

s: HANGED rInCAnaeEX.CUNd FOR... MURDER Broward) ,. .Sustains-- (Court's'Afpoinfment tfl; Bakes '& Holmes J 'who Grocery House order Capt.of Co. L'tid J.,'I 1F."Jaadoo.[ Infantry.' .

: Several fo--. ? r Attest:. P B. Jandoa First Sergeant '

Weeks Ag&Btonlngham ;of':Mrs; rarborn as Clerk! of ICircuii (jour Will ',O p eninMiami i1 a fewr raySEATON ,t Duncan. Orde, No Bro: ller 2. First is. hereby Lieutenant, appointed'' O...:

,' Aliu Oet;.71;Anderi a summary court to try; such case u

i Shelton. a bred. was hanged hen \\.k" f+00, 0'.. \ 1 may come before.him and I' It I U reoommended ....
for the murder of P. DAt moe.a& ., .. ,Governor Broward e implying' with I I I. L I that he set a speclfla time for ;Jf

,s;on the*,L. N. Railway at As'desire. ,of the, ma<(j ity/of. the. res- I KING"....OSCAR. DECLINES._' ,__.\\.I.II VS. BURCH Among the 'imminent Ylair-:' In I sittings, which shafl bed| at least every. -1
'. r Miami Is Mr. JJJ. D. Holmes ff the I two weeks. order'of
lastfjannary[ dents of Miami'and]b 4e county and 1 I : |PRINCE A THRONE, 1 By i'i''J:
'' "*Ha!!. another :negro. 'wai '' .' '\ Stockholm.. Oici 27."-King Oscardefinitely : Defendant Charged With Assault With wholesale grocery and grain house of. J. F, Jaa'don. ; "1

.!i' few:'weeks''ago.. for considering. their. appe.. 1 1" r" "has'",appoint, --- :. u.! formally declined to 'offer I !jt.Intent. to Commit Murdsr. I Baker t Holmes: Jacksonville, who .-' Capt.,:Co.. Iet3d'| Infantry. ,

uig in the lame crimejuid ptrttcted 'Mrs. ,Anna K.,.Dea_9 bornclerk'off36e1 : the:Norweigian'throne.! 'to" the With the" Conklin elD.leweme.&t f casa .ale I h re for the purpose of' opening. Attest: P. B. Jandon. First Sergeant

'gives a life sentence the Dade County Circa t Court to succeed Princefofj the House ot BarnaJotte, matter of:history the''' ""ent nol,, I.lis Order No.. S. There wffl be o eoatI -' ,
Miami branch of his house a few I 1'
led and'in' his" letter to the President tf b: petition drill:for Qa Record medal
his gnilt on the.scaffoliE her deceased husband.'a ODear- tf "j ,...- .. ( Judge Jones Is occupied the Circuit I ,
: .. T f I" "'t" the;Storthing finally*reveres connto-" Court today la trring the issue of the data hence. f-I Thursday Novf'IDbeBIlle mlforma'and '

KCITY: ,QOLfj MATCH borL. 1' Uon. "with" Norwly.' :' u 4. '. r' si -PlDIt'W.. L.' Bnrch, cUartsd Tha buatneetwill! .be located In" the caps for the occasion., I .1t

: FOR. LESLIE CU, ,.This- .,.Inf'ormatlott.."" .received t, ., yesfoltowlng .."' "'d" '4" V p"irELUNO '" with. intent to murder.E. .L.:.'Eaton. .. wjf ehouse formerly occupied by By order! oJ.F.< :
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:.-or.- 1rMM to day.' afternoon. ., .. Intth .telegram $ ".. .,LAND ("' ,0.. ') .r.'t-.o, (.tGIIANTED'ir t i. The difficulty -resulting In 'tbe case Chase & Harney. at the foot of .I venue : Jandon. 'I

Played tai Owtfen City Lin'.. : ... \ 7 ... callsEateMlre .., occurred E, and which Comnwuids access bothtJ' CaP Co LJ!;Znd Regiment! w-,.: 'f\
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*5irti-: 4"Tallahassee"i ''1'" -.t.J."J';; "" """ -- -, against the defendant on the ;
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Trt' .. ,. .... 1 -t"" "if" > : the railroad and river front the Attest: P. B. Jandon.. lit Sergeant '
? l V.otii ',Sold. BodTevard Dear the, foot. ;:of Twelfthstreet situation being B::admirable for such I an Order No. 4, Until j further notice ,'>

New]\Jprk; October .27.-The Inter' .:Anna._K. DW t. .coat'. .". .to.Waedflirtnow"tji.; last 1.winter>,. rind. .the'afeaaUoni. establishment. j Goods for the Vous this company; will InlJ [ra rignlir: !weekly: 1 r
Grove'-I'IL. : '
.GoS;;Match forfthe Leslie..Cup,. ". "." .c. New-,York"., ;,, "-'11.:0-:.:- The'seztei are that Burch struck EatogTa. severe are| now arriving and it will be openedfor drills ThnrsdaV Mngt, !designated'as> '.
!- _. "Governor, Broward has appointedyou blow In tie head with stick business the first of next week inch
weer eama:gf in players each live Van Courtand estaU i 'comprisingabout a Heavy part the day for toldng drnis.r ,3.

tine' the Jletropolltfu l'Coil; clerk of tie-Circuit Court of Dade 500 Jtcreltf: laid>and'buHdlngs of. lumber.,jrlOi JDlI d rou.. Intent with a stock second 'to none In' the. Unless; otherwise prescribed' enlisted 1i

'. :the fOoif;rAssoelaUom:: o r ty:. I' at Cro oO4t the-BaJsonJ' has Dee.sold .. .Tbe defendant Is represented by G.At State In completeness and quantity. e.D will wear their. khaki. uniforms t 'Ji

phI&.., and-- .the- -.Massachnsettiatiott. I "Signed: j..Emmett Wolfe.PrivaU .- .to!'the .pod'farm 0IIf Compall.The : Woriey, while 'M. D. Price 11'assisting Mr. J. N. Jones, one of the most rained wth Tegglns' campaign hats an- .JBy ...coaf..?" r
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opened this raornlnittelunks r .. : .pro 1ft", laagrante4to; the-\Van: the 8tnt 'I'. ,Attorney .In theproeecattoi .employees of the Baker' : it Holmes : order1. of :. .
av ....... : Secretary." Coertlan in J' "' -...... firm accompanied Mr.. Holmes hereand .". #
of ,Garda.ct&IJ t '..-. j--' i!-by.Bpg \yilam ,, : ::: iMl| |. J.1',Jaudon.. -,
'. ..,..... ...4{ :; and not S.slltflfpInch. ..of It.tas'ever The_JnrjCpancl consisting of E.,( F. win be manager the Mlimthouse. I ,Capt. Ca: Ll2 d Regiment ';1

uDJaM 'terms.,ef 'th )eontes The... ."news; of the appointment I. ipeead Deer sold- .y'<:' --" | -'. Bush." "' C. F.'Young Z. OCavenae. He Is e;. prld1n the; whoTe- I Attest:.P. B. Jan.. "lit Sergeant

&o, tau ia '1sTrt7raeite4'tif i rapidly and'MrsDearborn'reeelvedrah f : ; .&, riatdIpet J, by:,'the L .Fornell.-A.T. Jones and J.'N.' O*, sale grocery and grain bnslnes and -V.-' ii..

.posed'otplayers wbo,.' many"eongratnlatlons, ;:.zpon,hetlc :. &"'- 4 frame,on"
e residents of':.the ,district:1 si rift;'jBtks/wmjbe.' simply.tasupervise w11. ;tease. That' t lton j plngof,:!>> court,this Eornb an-1 berg aii tlsytrhere!! In this REAR3UMENT- APPEAL ;
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by, the :prospective .assods.. the effiClwhlle'the; ; ct.it: e t'ii awrIhi e T.1L'H tM the ejs>:.west<<; to' trial,.. le. foilowlpstestlf !11 11II secitai: ; the State, tt'bmpt&J1d, ems Albany N. T., Oct 27--.ThevCowrt,
-, .Attbe;, optntnstkllmtengtnery : i; andt ri ..,the" ; : ytog,before : the;coon:t lent tervlc ;Mr.. Holmeswin; rem a\\. of. .Apjeals his dene l|the,mottonTor;; '

: ;. ;present ..An'tianifp work. .will**" ta"" pcrfonned" --. -1\t:*by'the" pre 3ejtj -: ants :; the mil '' 'Lei" .II l 4 + mend! ;JI'. I*'Katcn'jn4ge. A.-u In Miami! until tie new house has a rearmament: of the appeal of Albert 4'

_<: :: spirited, contest ,"IsV ,".mt ; : rps' of,deputies, whom. : the kai I 0GJ7. ... __ orFunt' about, -ifclr 7". . r,.'-Joe- '"Garvln and. .W.- D..De-.{been put- In operation wBen he win n? Patrick.:::'accused of the t! murder of H1J.llonalre .'
"II!':-' 'I ,: ."-. V reappointed.. l ,. ty.'urH. if J 4. \.Horn 1 to Jacksonville..i .. Rfa.s" ft
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Tewton'a'time
> In it was often Abe r
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; 1B-TAOTiS"KM. PRINTING COMPANY custom for Illustrious mathematicians i
wiler-they bad dlHcovered a solution ,
tb mainland of the U. 1 S. ) Ii
The most Southern.newspaper published on ; for soiue new and striking problem, to ...
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:
r' PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT NDAY .' i publish the world; that while problem withholding as a challenge their own to 4\ I We will help yon to do this. It you will only',come to bur
store and look th.. '
over large assortment of
mat and
solution. rug
i A famous Instance of this In
It. \ V
IItCIJUnOI'lIlUU. t carpets you will have no' trouble in
to
I ., .. Three MonUU.].*.....".*I1. I found what: is known'u the Brachia; r Our fall line of selecting your tasted ,
.y' b .n........ ... $5.00 I' I pictares'aDd moulding have arrived and
... ear 'T ; tocbrohe problem, which was solved by: (
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: J. IIz .CllLUI.I.. ......... ........... %50 one week. by Carrier. .;.: :John\BeruonUll. The nature of this t they will surpass anv in the city for beauty. Come at once *
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and
l f I problem may be mentioned. It was to I make' your selection for these good: ,..thing will not ti
: Advertising! Rates made known on ''pp+scaUvu. find the shape of the curve along whicha 2N 1 last long. Our prices are moderate and there is no reasons
I why yon should not have as pretty a home as eI
} j body would slide down, from one jour neigh
TELEPHONE 71 JFFICE: METRCPO I, BUILDING.: point (A) to another (B) In the shortest ) I Q bor. If passing the Watson store look in his windows, or'Q
c poststh., Court House I drneB might at first be thought that better still come ia'and ask to SEE THKM.NO TROUBLE '
1. .. and 4S4 T1fth .trs.L TO SHOW YOU THROUGH our stock of ,
the straight line from A to B, as It is rugs; pictures.,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21,1905; undoubtedly the shortest distance be- r,
J'
tweeii the points would also be the

:: IIRS. DEARBORN'S APPOINTMENT.Telegrams I.path notsojThlre|of quickest descent but this Is J; W. Watson;

'!! Is a carved line down which s /I .
Dad;;.Iet us say, would run on a
the city late yesterday a moon announced that smooth wire from A to B In a shorter Hardware
received h'aj: eonflrmed the appointment made by Judge Jones, tlme|than the same bead would ,.. and Furniture, 13th street.cornerAve!: D, Miami.
J Broward 'I A.-
Governor widow of E. C. quire; to run down the straight wire. ,
Eearborn.
K. --
rt the Circuit Court; and named Mrs Anna Bernoullli's problem was to find out : I ,
) clerk of the Circuit Court ad I terlm. what that curve most be. I
ThTappolntment meets with popular favor an I was generally expected Newton solved it correctly. Be : UplheyGo '

providing the Governor was satisfied that Mrs. Deaf *>rn was legacy qualified showed! that the curve was a part of BRYAN

',' tonll the ollie and otherwise from the fact that ludge Intment.Jones had sounded say wba'b, fa curve termed like a 'cycloid that which-that Is to de-to WILLIAM' .J. :-.

the law rou&'hl'before' making the temporary a poJ scrlbid by a nail on the rim of a car
'' 'The,Metropolis contended. for and supported the .appointment. of riage'Wheel u the wheel runs alorig the IN fOREiGNLANDSIf

'Mrs; :bec&un.k believed she was qua Ified. because she, as a ground. Such was .Newton's geometricaljlnsigbt I ,
.Dearborn t le read Mr.STEM'S
;4tdow; would have to make her way in the world and because such an ap"potatment that be was able to trans von went letter* el Ferdg* Travel aetwIli

: would be a fitting tribute to the memory of her lamented husband mit isolution of the problem on the Riverside Lots, Will Soon tke taK!. subscribe far the CMMMMT -
day titter he had received It to the I
...d the esteem In which he was held throughout tl le country.' president: of the .Royal society.: Be .Advanced in Price William J.Bryan, editor of The" Commoner, sailed from'
;: appointment is a/just and honorable one and the jietropolls con- LQ San Francisco September 27, for a year's visit-abroad. ,In the

x graUIatee Judge Jones on his appointment of Mrs. Dearborn.. ha clerk,of the ENGRAVED",g LETTERING... Again (countries course of his travels, Mr. BrIan will.visit the following named.
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:'p Circuit Court in and for Dade county and extends. the thanks of the peopleof j; f
his recognition of the needs of d.dgserttog trnwim .. mrwtlru: 'WId_ '
the community.to Governor Broward for ;HAWAII, JAPAN, BRITISH ISLES .
woman. .$*, .,ea C...... *r steel.: We gave warning that; on the CBINA INDIA
# PHILIPPINE: ISLANDS..
.Lettering may be"described under first of October the prices of River- I AUSTRALIA. EGYPT. .
s r;: tbre.beads_ -large .fettering such' as side lots would be .advanced 25 percent NEW ZEALAND TURKEY: PALESTINE GREECE
THE COURT MARTIAL RECORD.The .- boDct"tltleIi'amaJJ; lettering, like that Quite a number of wine men !SPAIN.FRANCE.. ITALY, SWITZERLAND,.

t doD;CIa coupons cards and tickets believed what'we said and purchased ; !:. NORWAY, GERMANY V
and jfccript, or,writing:; Some engrav last week. DENMARK. RUSSIA,, ,' SWEDEN: HOLLAND.:
annual report the Judge Advocate Gen nil of the. United States en tan do good ..ort'ln'' all 'of these The present price per lot is $500 I. :
aDd this; will last but time. .. From etch of the countries named. Mr t Bryan will write jetties
eommtaalorfed of- brandies'of a short
Forfleerswere eight but In
Army makes a bad showing for the past :year. y lettering Urge establishments describing his observations and
;rh dealing
tried bJ"court martial andV !-hele. 5 were.convicted and'13s each man la kept employ The terms are easy' one-third cash ; cal life of the countries visited. --,partiegIIrlywlth-, 'the polttl-' :
** at that style In which he uceILIDrbouda balance one and two years with These letters \
in 356 acquitso will be published The Commoner and those
who
There"were"4.74 trials of enlisted me resulting ,
acquitted. court-martial and stock 'certificates the 8 :per cents interest* water and desire to read every one of these letters should lose no time In sobseribing .
tats'tad 4,383 'CODYlcU na.' Three cadets were a : tried by title-and. script are usually-done on sewer pipes will be laid during this for Mr. Brjtn' paper' -1'| -.
4' brIJII1I1I the"total number of cases up to 1,800, wMch is an: Increase,of 551'Haas the pate from which ,they are to'.be month aad several other streets : '
over the'record of"the preceding year TheVejwere w nearly 1.600'con- printed, but there Is'a" lot of smallwork will be'pared., When this work is ".00 TheC()minoDer Is toned wwklytndYhesubMrJpUonprietli) ;

: Tlctlons'for clHeI't1oB'whch; Is an tau ease of morspreviotts. than 400,over.!_the year j common to lobe of, that kind done and the electric railway is under enabled a year.to offer By for-special s abort arralliemen&e-time only tb.with Commoner the publisher and the, we Miami are..
t which? Is done on what are called construction there lots will be ,Weekly i '
slrirorx
one both for
year, JJ.OO,when paid advance
t The desertion- f enlisted men can hardly "'dyer or, ""bedplecet and transferred. worth 50:per cent more or $750.00. or we will ien-1 The Commoner and the lllDuiDatll MeVropolii/ tolI
This Is roc a flattering: record. from,the rolls to the plates'. We will be pleased to talk or writeto one year to any address for $5.00, the regular price of the
be due to bard service or harsh .treatment It Is true, that the.army"bill;; Indian* lettering a ,drawing 'of the any interested "in netting per Metropolisslone.:. Dally

,trvely engaged In work calculated.to bring it,np to a high.standard.of .efflc- outlins of the letters Is made on paper ; cent on their investments within I Address" ill'. orders: to.-Mbnl frhflsi' IXMtel fk.r ., ...;.
to pt...the shapes curves and pacing three to"6 months.- '> fc L'3 .:&,.....r" \* *.:::r ,1 tWI .' ,
s1dkrs comet. A tracing of, this outline is We handle all clashes of property "
.
:discipline is ....-.bly.uict.. the soldier soon learns.'to appreciate Its value: then inade on gelatin, and after filling for other people: and'will be gladto .... n. ...... .
this t1rltJa vermilion,'al J thin coating of turnish information and to show
,. rTbe" 'chief iaase of,deeertloD'Ia ,probably due Ito{the fact, tnst there Is,no wax (s laid on the plate and a transfer what,we have.to offer. t I > .:
,longer any: exciting work for.the soldleis..: The tagnation of"monotonous of the' gelatin tracing put on the wax. f ARE WILL STOCKED

6; peace la calculsted to make the aoldler-dlesatLaed1 He troW8''-earr: : 'of Next;36. outline Is carefully,marked IB .the way of everything belongfe!

garrison an
wean off aaJ jealliei that he can not get a ,dlecharBe, he,quit,. to wards Mgln trkon his cutting.off! and the* artist-ready- J. H. :tatum &!Co. 'PATENT MEDICINES ....:"t
due causes s we have:gone :'UIrouPhe Hat' .
The conviction of 35 officers in one year Is to various Service Lettering on bank:: notes If 1I< In,the Philippines'seems to have a demo.UztUgleJrect; on some"omcera. to be more than one note on a plate. toengrned BrokersA > weeded out the bad aad sorted ty_.',
&
Real Estate
Some young, officers who entered the service from civil.life have. 'not mess. : on,"dies".or,"beC plecea" and ,Atg. .' on the good. What we now,Jaa,....:

4k I wred.up to requirements.. They: have-not devoted! as much time to honest" transferred to toe plate. ,This Insures -. \ Patent 'Medicines'''are only

,, 'study and hard work U,they should, and some lack the moral,stamina_which the Wet duplication |of the' material' '- : -.4 \ : n hlgbat'mertt and that have
of deb of the notes and also makes Itpaelble MOTHERS aunt 4tH found stall time to be aQ Chain!
,Is necessary in"a good, officer.The. Y.1a weeding out the'weak. and Inoleat reproduce and retouch the a .AfS
-rf i'
I We are making pedal rprtcM. wry
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errtce. I Is In her baby
and
........ akk..e.Eugtlshmen '. r 'f' them too, and will lave yea male i t.'by : .
w.. l t: have rabailtted to the It Is with feelings M dime of -
bnyttg vs.
SOUTH .WILL SOLVE T. ? f" -- "-
t name of John Bull an suited \o the national of'mingled: pride
u .., t.j; .' ".' I I.I :' char -te"". A Scotchman: Is Sandy 'n and regret that she
fcjbe IrtUunan'drrlve his: name. watches him rirug" !
t 1; referring to the:s so-eslled.. race problem.! In Us_speech at.rvlast.: : Paddy from hi* .national fwtraa saint C out of his ,growf baby The Biscayne. C'
t V Taesday; President Roosevelt give utterance : .
to these sensible words: while an ancient narocry rhyme' records 55 is :
*+ hood. 'We,,on preserve :
5rils s It is the Southern people themselves. who must and can solve the dlfflcmlttes the fact that Tuffy wan" a WeUhman.Engtl J.
; that..exist in. the South., ., : h salter. ref! the Frencnmenffln I the remem Areque D'and Twelfth Street Miami. Floi.Ida Y
; eateucptJohnny Crapand. berance of how he \
,So they caa. The balance of the country: ;or rather the Northern people; ""bi"
but fin', Prance- I* -Jacques" Bocor. looked at.his sweet.
to be Don specifa,''must realm the tact'Just as the President has.reallxei boa De.J ,: as a bourgeois., Prod- est. Brag him to w' : .
M 'tt. The:irhlte people of the South ean'aad willjiolve,It for thefr own best boGi ...Cousin Michel the'name by Money :

iaterests'sad, at the same,time for,thebest Interests of the *.'. .- whill; the German Ia.knmre-,to" the OUR STUDIO to Loan on Household FnniitDiiWithout
,
The Intermeddlers, the theorists and the cranks In the Norm woulj have continental'nation. Mynheer sums op .

_ a yeti UsetUed' !long ago If r.ha.t':. tended;to,jOielr .own, affairs and let In'the the itJutdl name, !.tile of,Colin the Swlbsr'Tampon.DonVhlskerandos ,rejoices I I and let 'ut make aj :1 .the f :

'.the. Sooth sJcne,. There.sever .win- be social c : ,ud> Inferloriaces In the South.. ,Alt the.. fntoteatlcrt: :: of Northern newipap.en for the :Spaniards,', dating l I bonettes of him. It .
? sums of and be: back in 'f
I 5.00 up. Can paid! ;
: and, srmpsthUlng cranks can not chaage th Iccxsr&ble: taws of nature. from;EUsabethan times. Italians are will not take longrr .

T'he deDt'word: -here at the seat of r rgro:education:-wHl, let us bob as-LasxaronL and Danes 'asDanskers. cost much and sums off i.oo 'a week. Business strictly

_ .hope Tlnx la,the ears of every min,'wonran aid Lnd In the'North nntll the ..." J_ ''' | :'TO 'will have iome confidential. Write us and solicitor.will.call

aomd.be.sor great,that:they will,'like h'nvtaa: zc that: *':t Is the Southern rs.... the" ......... 1 '..:rg-to show.him .f.'

people.themselves' who'must-and" can s-?-re tho. L culUcs that"exist In the The bands of female mammies found + 1 **bnhe dandles
:4 ::8oat1L. ,. ,- In flu tombs of Egypt are literally cor- R | h>' own baby on '
.
3 None other will ever allowed to settle It. erectwith' rings. In :; many ,InstancestherS jrwwr hs! knee CITY LOAN OFFICE:
;; being from two, to six on every '

.Let's: allpnir, :together for Ulalai sir last and all the time. flngef In*some case these ornaments OSJO ;

f ; others are t f composed which wholly probably';':of'gold.represent..but la all Albert, Kaufmann J OPPOSITE, !fICE; .

A' 'Chicago man's "pockets: were picked whll 6 he was at'prayer.-:While that.Is left of some poor man's wife or .Col.\,14U1,St.., Avesoe, D. Mint

ba prayed the thief preyed, Nest time the victim will observe the Injunc- daughter, the rings are brass,' glass'or ':_ :-. .
'lion,'"Wstch'sad'prsy." Otherwise he*"might loep hts watch. pottery war.' According Josepbus Pli rmacYl
and Herodotus, the Chaldeans and Pep bungs'

_ A Tlneland; tt...3.. girl child nearly: died''frnn. cutting'her teeth;' then sisrir .and the, Babylonians ;were ill .

cholera? lafantnm'nearly carriedeir off; at.the. i e'of three she was nearly oraktnenb.very fond of rings and'other.,' personal ddt ,w,L,; ,K""' t l.cm ': 'T.1. tR

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mothered to death by burglars{at four she fell torn a second-story' window .
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sad at-nvs she tumbled down a welt On her dxth birthday; a few weeks Ii Tay'wara CPeeetUI- -_ .

aco.'sh.+ was almost drowned In a washtub.. t week we"iscceeded.ln Toro or three species: of birds are A Drug Store 'for"THe, People .'
'
joining' the angels by drowning la the'lalDe tub, but not. before,"'_she"had, known to"accomPll11J'the"croeodUe J ; .'.
become. the,-hard luck,child whenever} he..apparel 1 above?; water. .
Many a hunter has bad his prospects Th it's our motto, an d."ha sent h' eans of adding hundreds "

The pig Iron production this year, according to1C. estimates made by':lames ford shot spoiled by the alarm'' givento .of.new: customers'to our list We sell 'onlynthe
Swank f the. reptile '-by his watchful "atten4anta pur-,
of the
; Iron and Steel which
; Association wflJ"be'4j I be 22,500.000 tons,
,< ,When they des any one approaching est:drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacis -{
f0.748.tOM
: greater ththe now
total for 1903; which has'op to ,
they:,wIU.fly. at the'croco
been the.hIP record year for pig iron product !on.. :The total production'In : dile's nose;.giving.loud .cries and the side also carry: the finest sodas and ice cream.in: the city]

_ -th_.U.lted.Sutes_In}S3.;twenty-two;yearswonder igp, wu 4.596.610 tons!., No beast never -waits to Investigate',but '

the wfsescrea are saying children: of to
J because'of- 'the, ,exhaustioa..of ore.".. -- .. ipsed.:,< .4 '<- '; '':.. # :.s.:' 4.W. .
IN.Al.1. QUARTERS '
7 ,..
1I' t -
.A Jewel .1 .. E.
a inrlrat/
Ume' Ybiiiigs. Prej;
Root some ago '
Secretary. ;>> condemned' the-Republican machine'Incomes Lawyer=Have you formed any opinions where''onr'piss have u ca. tasted and
Uldelphis as vnworthy'of support; and ,now : Secretary Taft who >on.;this cwt JmymaoNodr.LawytxDG.yoe.thtnk tested"yon'will' hear7'them?praised ( :: ,r

;v ,wi: IB aa Ohio speech: "It I were'able, as I fear I. Viol be. because after the..evidence heartily."There U'a' knack .about'pie t .. e' -r--, "
public .duty,calls me elsewhere to gait myvo \ IndnelnnBU the coming on both sides Is aQ in. you would ,. .. -
w.
be table .to form any: .opinion?,:.Jury baking whih have caught perectly -
electiooi I shouldvote, against,the mnnldpai ticket nominated by] the Repnb- : "
ti lieu brganliaUon.,; aid for the State tlckeVV: to the man.No,' sir. Lawyer-Ton'B'tlo.- ,: H. F. t tPlumbing
Hccordlng .yellow. dog New'Tort Weekly; : Scruggs: .& C0w:
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Idea these Republican leaders are traitors.to:t: iclr::'party.i ,.- ["' ... ,OUR PIES ,
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nz!'' The"Russian Emperor'wllo at the beginning of the war referred. to the T./b.nh-How'dtoa.gi: : I : .In wUl bear 1 comparison* with even' the Steam' ',

.Japaneseas* an "InsoJent toe," describes'them i .i late manifesto as, '&,""brave, them there sleepln' cars when yon toot best-of: home mad* And If. yon area .

"?t l and mighty enemy_ now- 'our(rle "d..'"',Such: cha 1'-iges'.of opinion"often. occur'In your trip?' Slmp-Golj' along all right (air'judp.7oll.will admit ours are and Gas 'Fitting
f but I caught s colored feller tryln'. to V ,
poUtjes. Experience is a.great teacher."At t IB:outbreak,x>f,the Civil':War snisk even better than ."motJi t'L" But yon ., tf
away'with' myboots'anmed.[
'dam jt was the opinion) of some of the flreeatersPmpVa th t one;South nee could clean bring 'em back.-:Indianapolis Star.Itk. ;';oa't- be able to t Judgv: unkiuyyou< ,
Taj -'
l,.ga :' 'halt dozen Tanker before breakfast t hlle, tome .Nortkernerl cia, : "" \ .: give"'our': .trial. L' 3$fr'" :, "f : PLUMBERS.SUPPUES,' ETC. ;

: .. t >otloa,tuqhe..SoathwOu4: ,.do,,more ,blusterjng than fightlor and ttftt:it e him lal by: coati I : .
"j ,1 _'would bean_ easy .matter"to !Yft'CODt.. Each, side_ ;discovered its mistake age? ttvWffl" not 'differ! from r succees-. IOI1N'SEVB OLD l'' ,. 816 ,Avenue D ,:. 5- :: ,!Miami.I Fla
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I .'" : ,... before many: batlTes had been fought, .. Tftomtt, .. ':, L7 .
"-4. > )r.j 'B*,;"Ui'.9( :. S.r fcS! ''S, i'k irfjiJJ' '.:' "'' k JI.1 x -<'\\f<:;: S..:;:o.., # .$';}{;'f.. ;::{: 5STRfer N. '" .'... J: .,
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. -The ])aily.M.lami flletropolisB. <' 'N FAMOUS PROBLEM. -

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*' L B. TATUM. ; PRESIDEXT. |lewton's time It Was often the
MIAMI.PRINTING CJOM ANY I cnstotri for llluntrlotis ma'themaUclana.wbentthey I II IV
Y bad discovered a solution
of the U'si
I ; The most Southern newspaper published. on be m inland .j for some new and striking problem to

PUBUSHED EVERY DAY,! EXCE SUNDAY! publlih the world that while problem withholding a* 4! challenge their own We will help yet to do thi.. It ,0 will, only',come to bur
store and look over ttyi/ large assortment of
rugs, mats and
1 solution. A famous Instance of this In I '
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;4 :: by ....n .......CIkCQIJIl0I1LITVS. ..$500 Mo th., ..................ILM 'found In what I* known as the Bracblatoclirone I t'z Oar carpets fall yon-will ling!! of pictures trouble and mouldings in selecting have.to arrived yonr taste and: 3%

t lis pe 'jr. ...-....:.:........:.. UO :r. y by' C T---.rri er.......... JO John Berno\JWL problem, which The nature was solved of .this by they will surpass any in the city for beauty. I,Come at once 3,

: problem may be mentioned. It.was to and make" your I selection for these good,.thingv will not r'
Advertising Rate made known 01 ap>si tcatton. find the shape of the curve along..rhlcb last long. Our price are moderate and there is no reasonk
; a body would slide down from one why yon should pot have as pretty a home as.your neigh '
TELEPHONE 7* 3FFICE>> : METROPOLIS. BUILDING: point.(A) to another (B) In the shortest bor.. If passing the Watson store' look in his window, or
I Opposite th. Court Hous t2me.|;;It might at first b* thought that better still dome; in and ask to SEETHKMNO TROUBLE
tH I and 4M Twelfth Street. the straight line from A to B, as it is TO SHOW i YOtj THROUGH our: stock of tags, pictures. :,'

t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 19051tr I undoubtedly'' the shortest distance be- I L J
tweets!' ;the points, would also be tb*' i ; :

; r MRS. DEARBORN'S; ;'; mOlltt1ENT. .1 path not sKl lot;: quickest descent]f but this Is. J .1 fi W. WatsoniHardwire ; "

i
m' i I There' Is a curved line down which abed W :
r3 | let na say, would run onto
city late yesterday .announced' thatGovernorBrowati smooth wire from A to B In a aborter
received in the afternoon and \
I TeTegrams Furniture |
confirmed the appointment made by Judge Jones timethan the same bead would-re- ? iijth street.,' .- ,cornerAve.. ;D Miami !
had "n : -
: I'. of E. C qnire/to run down the straight wire.iernouilU'i x ;
knna K. widow .
,
S the-.ctleu1t Court; and named Mrs. Dearborn problem ,was to find out "If v
Suborn deceased, clerk of the Circuit Court ad Interim. wbat that curve must be.) ,
: tntment meet" with POPUl r favor >n1| was generallyproTidtog" expected Newton solved It correctly. He Up 60
They
Governor! wes satisfied tha Mrs. De thorn was legally qualified showed that the curve was a'part of WILLIAMIJ
had sounded what i termed a cycloid that U to BRYAN
: {oW the office; and otherwise from th j fact tha ; Judge, Jones ,;"
,. say. |ta curve like that which ls ,described .,
the appointment.Th
making. temporary ,
the law thoroughly before -
by a nail on the rim of a'car-
MetroPolis hi contended for }and sup rted the appointment of IN FOREIGN LANDS
., riagA Wheel u the wheel ran* along the $
because' believed she was qualified, because she, aa a ground. Such 'New-ton's '
Mr; Dearborn'; was geometrical
,widow;; would ,have to make her wry lithe word: :>nd because. such en.apr :lnalrht that lie war|able to transmit lots I If go. wart I* read Mr. BT .*Mien .t r rtigH Travel' new

poutment would be'a fitting tribute to the memoryjof; her lamented husband A-.solution of the problem on the Riverside Will Soon b Uc lime j. tabtcribc' 'or.tUiiinut. ,

.ud the esteem ia which he war held throughout] the ,country. day president tarter of.he the had Royal received society.It to the Be Advanced in Price William;'J.,Bryan"'editor of The1 Cbmmoner, tailed fronf i-,
The appointment'i. a Just and hozjorat>re one and the Metropolis congratulates Sao Francisco September 27 for a year's visit-abroad.- Jn the

.Judge Jon on his appolntmrnt'of Mr*.;Dearborn, as clerk.of the I i GRAVED c LETTERING.rWVVC4fWI AgainWe countries course of:hia,' travels, Mr. Bryan. will visit the' following'named

Circuit Court In and for Dade county, and extend the thanks of the people I I. S ,

55 j of the community.to Coyernor Broward for his recognition. of the need of a llf694MAT0T',p *r... 'Werktsa HAWAII, :i JAPAN, BRITISH ISLES _
{ gave| warning that on the
l' j c.ep.r., t..L' > CHINA. j INDIA
ieaervbig woman. .1 PBILIPPINEISLANDB::
; .Lettering may "be described under first of October the prices of River- AUSTRALIA. EGYPt. PALESTINE t'

'THE COURT.MARTIAL" RECORD. threiheads-large lettering' such ; a* aide loU would be advanced 25 per NEw ZEALAND, TURKEY GREECE: .. ; ;
bondf titles;' small lettering. like that cent. Quite a number of wise men SPAINITALY!I SWITZERLAND, ;
4 /' donJon: coupon, card and tickets believed 'what we aid and par TRANCE.! NORWAY' OERMLANY: t

I .. and;'Jcript, or writing. -Some.engravers chaaed last week.' RUSSIA,. ; SWEDEN. HOLLAND, '
q DENIIARIC'l'
'J'h. annnal 'report of the Judge Advocate General of the United'Statee ean do good work In all of these The present price per lot ia $5CO
Fort eoll"ml.'lo" officer tranches and this will last but a short time. the countries" named,Mr 1 Brjaa will wnte jotters '
: Army,makes a bad showing for the past year. ) eight of lettering. but In large etablishments *- describing observations
I were 95
them
,:wm tried by coarfmaZUal'an; of ; : cal life of the countries visited. \ -
; 'There"wefe'4.74' trial of enlisted ..JelL resulting in 356 acquit-- at that style in which be excel balance in one:and two. years with8percentfinterehL ;: 'These letters* will !be published in The Commoner, and those who,
In; bonds and stock certltleates the { Water and desire to read! every one of thee letters should lose time la '
no sub
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;ties and 4,393 convicUooa..Three: cadet* were also tried court-martial utlei-and script are usually done' on sewer pipea 1iiUbe, laid during this scribing for Mr. Brjtn's paper.. ,
v tringlnr the'toW. number of.eases up t.4,800., which is an increase,U51 the |)Ut* from which. they are to'be month. and 'several other streets lmo'D" .
:.case over the record'of the preceding jyear: There were nearly.1,500 con- printed but there Is a.Iot.of' small will be 'paved.Vhen, this work is ., The CcJ (is issued weekly and the subscription price li t
1 I than 400 over the.earprnJoua. wort; common to Jobs (of that kind,- done and the electric railway is under ]111.00 a year.J By Ialarrapeemen&e with she publisbcr.we are
for more
Tlctioa. desertion, whch Is an incieaae.of to oflVr for a short time only, the Commoner and the Miami
which 1 done what called construction these Iota will be '
I on, are Weekly Mesr",poUt one year, both for ,t.OO, when paid advance
w a : nattering recordl" The* desertion of enlisted men can hardly "WeiPc;, or rbedpleces." and transferred. worth 50 per cent more or $750.00.We or we will tend The Commoner and the* Miami Dally Metropolis forRone ,
,Thla I* not a from the roll to the plates.,* will be pleased to talk'or writeto year to [any address the of
regular the
t' be due to hard tervtee or harsh treatment. It is true. that the. army.Is,actively :' Wlarp lettering a drawing the any interested in netting 50 per I t U .troPOllulfne.. "I for-L00r. ,., -price Dally' "
: engaged in',work calculated to bring tt ups!to a high standard ot efflclency. outline of the letters is made on paper cent on their'investments within Address" alUrdtri '
to libelY rrhflkj CaMbi;
fa.iT
S +. but ths: ..entail*" more ..ore on the officers jthan on the,men. No solsdler to get the shape curses and spacing three to 6 month ,v v:1'sA3l.: : J .&.. -, : YR
.are- aa' well fed car.eared for u the American soldiers and. while the correct. A.tracing,of till* outline 1* We handle all classes of property
hea made on gelatin and after fillingthiwlth for other << and will be
soldier r'alue. people glad
its : )
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learueto appreciate
'tfUdpllne'i. reasonably,strict, the soon -L- ,
thin of to turnish and
vermilion a coating i information to show
:The chief cane*,of'desertion is probably ,due to the fact mat there ls.nolongeranysexdUng .. i
; Is
wax laldon the plat iud a transferof what we have.to, offer. '
work for.the, soldieia.: .The stagnation of monotonousI the gelatin tracing pot on the wax. I' WE ARE WELL STOCKED, s%

:peace it'pal 1.sied to make the soldier dissatisfied.. ,He. grow.'weary: of Nutl the .0uWne Is carefully 1 marked la.the way of everything blongtn l
: : garrison anJ barracks lire..; When the novelty and glamour of hid new career thronjrh the wax: on to UM plate. The : i J a flrst-cUs_ ''drug.nous*. la ta* be.i 4

F wear off and he-reaU' et that. lie can nci get a discharge,' he.quits., : wag JI ti-feon pi sea 'the artist_ ,ready- J. H. &. Co. PATENT MEDICINES'! : ,.
cutting. Tatum
to begin his : T f:
The conviction of 25 officer* in oneyear| la due to various aneea. Serilee {Lettering on bank notes.'If there-I* : ; we bay! gone 'through th*'llt aa47
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lathe, Philippine.,aeems .p have'a jdemorallilng'effect 'on some:offlcen.Borne to be more than one note on a plat U Real f state Atg.:& Brokers weeded out the bad and totted enp.tmltj$

a young officers who enter*< the service from civil life have not nieas- engraved on"dies or rbedplecea"and on'tha good.I; What w* now !bft...tlt .;.

'.- redcap' to reQulremeat. ..: They have not'devoted.as much time".to honest'.. transferred to the platej This Insure .. 0\\ .. ; 'Patent'Medlctaea'ar* only !<
T I the ;-taetdUpllcatlOD: ,0' the material .-: ....... N highest '
study and hard work,u they should and some lack the moral stamina which .. '1i., merit and that San
of etch of the notes and also make. It A MOTHERS 4fr,
ptsnv found at'an
Si S' I*,cec sary In: a good officer.* The aMnSa weeding oat the:"weak and in- possible l to reproduce and retouch the .5 S 'time to be an
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;t W* ar* making: ipsdal- pros **i
8erri e.'h
> in her
baby and '
S. natt.a.l akkaa..a.. .. I' them. too; and; wfll .v* yea maay'car U

SOUTH 'wiu SOLVE IT.i. I l>hmen .hnvesntimttted to the ,' it is wlth'feellngaof '. ,,. dim by bnyteg of an.j ;1'<..
: ; name of John Ball an suited \o' the natiooij of:"mingled\ pride I J...1'
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: cbers...... A Scotchman In Sandy and regret that she

:ria'referring. '
; Tneday.; President Roosevelt give utterance |
4 to,these sensible' wordsX>, 1I11Uct.' AD ancient our:;:rF rhyme records 4 hood. We j "3
It I* the Southern people themselves who must and can solve the the fact that TiiTy wan'VeUh- can preserve .
r albs that edit in the.Souti.- ,t' man.|.Engtliih'MH-rri etli tbc'Krenchij -. the remem Av que- D and! Twelfth Street Miami.Floiida> ;
.. .:' .. In t"nll'tJobln, Crapnnd, 4t berance of how he I .I : ';;0:
y ,So they cam. The.balance of the country;or rather'the Northern people buts tu .1'rn wt' 1&t'1'J",.|Jacijuti" Bon! ; looked at his! sweet '(

to be moreapecifc, meat reUse the fact just as the President has realized tuxam*.: or j as a.boafI'coIa.' .11.,Pnidhonime sit. Bring him to
A it 'ft:' The'whHe people of the South can' and ...UllOlye it for their own. best >ConsIn Michel I* the name by I .

,interests"" sad at'the same'time for the "beet Interests of UMlnegrn< which theX erman.: U j known;to the OUR $:STUDIO Money !to Loao OD oseoFllrnit1frIp-! :

;' ,. ",The,intermeddlera,.the theorists _an 4.th'en.ab la the Norm wouU have continental nation.- Mynheer. sums up

b .e ea"it settled long ago If they bat ttende4 to.their, own affairs and let thsjDotdi/whitesth* 8wltxr'rejoicsIn : I land let;us make aI

a the South atone.' : There"never will'be Fclaf fgan'ly ,btt1!' enthe: superior Whlskerando the D.'ot,to ..alinort( n'/TampoL'-/ a national Don I dozen of our car- Without: removing 'it from the 'house'insumsjo

nd'inferior,race* In.the. South.: ,All the rain= tca. of Northern newspapaid nickname for,tile Spaniard." ., dating I bonette. of him. It and Can bepaid back In
'. ** sympathizing cranks can: not change'ticf iccz3 \bie'taws of nature.s froth; Eltaabstban time*..;ttua* ar* 1 win not take long } 5.00 up.

."The.President's word.-hereat_ .the[ecat of.C'gro"cducaUon .;:wUl..let us known u, Laszaroni.. kad Danes asDaiskers. rr cost much and sumsof i.oo_ a week Business: strictlyconfidential.

.t i lope, ring In the went every man. wonraa' a:i cLOd In the North nntU the ._ % :/X.tOrngm .. ;?n;will have some Write us. and solicitor will. ..calla ;

,aonnd be BOgreat; .that"they, win: Uke' h'nCieajlzc that";t is'the Southernpeople rda.e Amumg,] the,'&.....";-. '...re: to show him I -- \

ihemaeTve who must and caa s+!re the dLcct cs that.exist lathe*. Th. hand of female mnmrnle found ahn he, dandles 4tl
P South.*.. d. :- 1 In the tomb of Egypt are literally\ eon! a he own baby on

Si *: ''None other win.ever be allowed",to settle ILj ere$;,.wlth" rings,/in '.many ,Instancestheft v his knee cITy! LOAN: :OfFIcE
being'from two to six on every ,
: Miaal "nTTt 'last'and' '-all the time. bJ ,. In"some cases these ornaments
s-t Let' all pnltLLtAgetherlor! : :
SS otbera.-are composed wholly of'gold.but In Al bcrtK auf f mann I.. I OPPOSITE ,posterFICET '. ai
,- which probably all
reprecent
A Chlcajovman's pockets were picked while he was at'prayer. While Cor. D. r
thai Is left of some poor man's wife or 14tli SWN.vtiue Mien --
4 .W;prayed" the.thief* preyed.jNeit tim |:the victim will observe the injune- daughter; the'rings are]braas,"glass or !' f-if. N;., f. ; "

1 tior+.:"Witch and. pray.! Otherwise he might,lose his__1cIL. pottery ware. According 'Jowpbns f" f.outi"g 1 1I
I and Herodotus, the Cha deans and Per- Parmayj;:

.A Vlneland,'N.r.,J. girl vchild'null 'died from! cutting ,her:. teethjthen. i slft and the, Babylonian',were" all I. "
''cholera Infaatkm nearly carried-oller pffl at the age of three she was nearly vertfond of rings and;! other personal vINCORPORATED #
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u ., .- i <*
ornament
mothered to death by_burilarei': at four sbe fell from a secodd-story window. .. I i f.Drug

;nj f and at five. .she tumbled 'down a ,;..en.rOIl_ { her sixth birthday,.a few! weeks >'f.i ne. wan 'tt.s.en... :i! ,. '

ago. all....* almost' drowned In a washtnb. LasVweek'sne succeeded" In two or three specie*.'of birds are \ A Store. for' The People. .:

,Joining .the angela by drowning'la the'iame tub, but not. before, she had known to.aACOUIP&a1Vthe: 1 crocodile -
*'j-* become, ,the "'barcIl1a, child.'. ,i |-.t .. \ : .' wheoerer..be oJ appears I I. abovt; water. motto
'f I"1 ,t.., hunter ha had That 'and ithas'been the' '
\ USnjr-a hlsprospectsf _our means of adding: huff
,The.pig.iron production this year, aecor\JIe'k: \ estimates made by lames :;* shot spoiled Jby tile alarm'givento r I"IN.ALL dads jofhe\v our .list l We tfJ
,if. Swank;of the Iron and Steel Association, ;,h1be'U.lOo.ooo| tons which |the reptile w lit,:iblaj watchful,l. attendant customers't.o; sell'onlythe. pur;;;
*. When they ass any ODe approaching est drugs. v\Jl prescriptions filled
b14,4M.74S are by registered pharma
soil ton total for :
greater than the to'
f 1903.-wblch. bas.up. now, they ",win fly,at the'croco- :
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.been the,hIP'record year for pig IronfprodncuonJ.The,; total production In dllt'B' UM,,:.glvIng.food; cries; and the clstsWe alsq'carry the.finest sodas and i ice cream b the cityt

th .United .State* in 1IS3..twenty-two years agog, wa ;4E95S105toes!, Nowonder beast never -wa.lt o Investigate.;!but t \ 5

tileere..are saying children of today! wfll live. tosee. 1 .gh Instantly shuffle Into tile'water "at.bU ..... : 2 Doors. No1h'of Postoffice __
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becl:1I"or.- exhanstlon,of ore, lJ:t .. '. '-it "' i' t.")' ;, ......- ,'I'I "" .,, ; ) !-. ..
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I i fa 'J.wtlitJ.rfasa.wyerUave rUARTERSwhere'oar > '
;- SmA W. .E.
.. Youngs
Secretary.Root some time agotoademnedatlte: Republican machine In ,
yon formed opia- piss 'f 'Pres-J
any hue n t&Ite.l an4 "
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PWlAdelphla{ u unworthy of rapport, aDd .0.. comes Secretary\Taft;who lob GO this ease! .Jaryman-No.; s.IAwyerDoyou testae, sod.*will. i bear,them praised '

,t ays-la-an Ohio speech; 111'were'able.>as I'fear I, shall ot be,'.because think, after. th* .**.. heanlly.. There; |j is'a knack about!; "pie ,J.i :" '. ---"' .. __...,0:;;'
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public duty caTs me de la on both side to all In, would 't
elsewhere to cast my vote,.InClncinnati: in the coming yon ''
baking 'whck 'ba1'caal1it.. .. .
election;*I should vote against the municipal ticks(nominated by the Rep b- biabte jo'.form'all7: opinion T?Juryman -, we per- '\.
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Uean organization, and for:. .the State ticket."' .According to. >.theyenow: .dog --No. 'W Or.ek17IA.rcniO'Ntw'To ;.! dof-. eetl,: I .H. 'R. Scftig: s & Go; !t

',Idea these Republican Jeadw..tra1t'.ora, _to the: party, :. Ol R piES, ,

1 -. ::1" .cit't _:':1 ..... .......', .s :
'The Russian Emperor.who,at' the i 1 beginning,of the war!: referred; .foe Howd..ytra'git|along.ridln'ln will. !bar ,comparison" with,; even the : Plumbing Steam\
Japabeae as an."insolent foe," 'describe* them In;a late manifesto as a."b ue them there sleepln car when yon tookyour best of'' home mad* And It.jou area .
'
.S. and mighty, enemy, now our, dent"' flnfh'change.* of opinion often occur hY'pelijc trip! Blmp-Oot :along all right !fair ")ndge.ryoij 'will admit oars, are and Gas_' Fitting :

: ; ;! *:: Experience- Is a,great---1';'teacher.: At'the.'outbreak'.the:Civil War bat siNk I caught,with a colored.boot feller* an'tryW mad.to even fetter, than "mother's.;"_But yonwon't ; .
away my '
1t tie opinion of acme c.f. the flreeaters that aiie:;South reel-coald; dean '1 baekv-IndlanapoU.:: Star. *'be.' able to.'Judge;;;4 nnlf-ss ong1ve
.L \ "ftr'V5"
!!;.. ) 'Rp a a half docen.Tankeei.before brakfaat."white'nme .Northerners bad a fate tDrbrfag'em *oni i, trlaLf' d i- :"JfJOHN ':' PLUMBERS :SUPPLIES, ETC'::

.' .: ,;DOIlos'that the Sonth'would'do.'pore! blustering:than nghtlnfc, and that.ft Tonr.falrar* lacteal bJ'eo.rtho' .

'. .. -......., .,;Jyoa4 Dean NIt-matter to> overcomeIf0re .it Each side' ;discovered< Its mistake. tt.wm. not,:,diser,;irom,nceeiaA : :SEYBOLD. 816.'Avenue" D ,. .' Miami. ,Fla .

5--5 many battle.ybadd.heelq fought.; ': ,. a t'r -' 0. ,,.. ,..1i.!.!!' : ," 'r..12. ; L c
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tHis Masters, 1'10.' .....:.. caw; '...; liras... -

... tk. GMB'. Calra.Very .' .t ,

fe' | Is ::Heard In the victor often: | the names "weddingcake .91. .I".. ,".,- ," -,.. f '
: ,, .,". "bride's cake" and "groom'scake" i I ". R LY ... y'R
kate
become
Confused. Each baa
: :"( 4'\ Talking' Machine I Its'.llsUnctivS'use+ and should ice j T called

L. Victor Is so perfect that It Is often mistaken! for the human voice! by Its correct"appellation, as the',XewIfea .

.t .j proving a never falnns source of delight to thonnaatide- disappointment .MagailtM makes plain In the following" -

( to DOD To all lows of good music,1 the Victor is an insplra- : H"A .

.tIon. No matter. how much*eatertauiment there lla! at home, the Victor ,Isalways weddln 'eake Is a dark fruit'mix

welcomeToucan at all times listen*to ands, .orchestral, songs ture and Undistributed to -the guest
who are bld l n to the occasion.'' The .
.t4.t.hat.thouaaD of people flock to hear In;! crowded. ruorlL There .
::; bride'a'cak ;b a white loaf flavored ,
,ii,;is'ao limit to the variety of ierctiona this matchless initrument will recite with almond!and distributed onlto
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'torpyou..Records| 1ft.stock.-: VICTOR RECEIVED GRAND, THE PRIZE the attendants of the bride. It usually

'.ATj THE rrvtouia,. EXPOSITION, THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD conceals a fiug. which falls to one of .
_,r MIAMI. FLORIDA 12th STREET the'atteldaDta when the cake Is cut.
The groom's'cake Is what is known asa

white frnlj' loaf and when used Is cut .
1EI T; Whaler Agt.Mark's by. the grooiri and, distributed to the t :
guests by the,beet man -

-"', A portion ct the wedding cake should f ,
be made Into an feed loaf aDd apt by' ';
: House the bride at'the table, where It grace I IcinossBilo&

O'ystet'l&, Chop the center, white the remainder should \ '
be cut to Individual. boxes and distributed :
'RJ' t In 4be e to the guests as they
i Sea Food: Our Specialty leave. |S.! !

A, dark frtyt cake should be at,least .
:faieals served at all hours.' 41012th Street. Miami, Plonda twelve weeks old before cutting so .

ii,z.. 1 .- ---, that those ybo have charge of nuptial : .
events should be careful to make this

hyestigate' Before Investing Important part of the repast in time.. ,
Small sitter pellets and ornaments '
CbthCSMC .
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rr *' i may be. pur/bn?xl of the confectioner, IO'II'C' ;
:; Wind' Power which will ':lielp the home cake maker I '
to turn out.:.. handsome a confection l I

,: Has' beea'adopted by the best :people- of I' the;| country as the as the high'priced; caterer.s ? ".Doubled Breasted Suits .for gje?':- :

;'l c eapeatpower' for raisin water. Note.the people who have Piping ahd star tubes costing"73 s says
them, they could have steam gas and hot air too if they want cents for a act of illS: will be found a
ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this wise purchase, although a piece of stiff ',
business and ,with my pump mechanism that I have just beengranted paper turned into a cornucopia ,,will J Dame: Fashion. Righi again as :usual'; ,
also make the dainty festoons and frills ,
:- J patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity,
life of wind mill outfit Any infringements wills which bare"; so 'long.been associated ;
.t value and any, .
with the wedding cake.-. The decorations and here the suits
be prosecuted.. right are snappy
!: i-t on the,, wedding cake Illustrated :; '
Florida were placed by the aid of a paper cornucopia. ,.
;?J', H PERRY .Cocoanut ,:prpyc, ||r f j; ,," I i in their "',"'" '.
stylish
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:The caketwas 'eoyered with a ,smartness k'
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plain coat&f Icing. \'lbea..wbeD' dried
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_ BITTY BBOTJflERSMachine ,

: We'can't begin to' show{their unusual look and distinction. '

,1 I a rough .sketch like this you wiU get a better idea from'a R'

%t ,Shop1" 'ml're' glance in ,our'windpw the.next, time yon pass. Slip:on. .

) i-a coat, or two and ybu'l see how they f fit;'and the quality'ie-

!* Agents for the New: Era Gas .Engines! Gasolene ] I sure :from their make! .Sch1o ." Everything else ,.that's,' -


.,., Lan3: kerosene engine' repairing.. a .SPECIALTY" mart, I for ,Fall here; suits[ ..and :overcoats 10.00 to 25.00..,. ; ,.r ".

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for twelyS' hours another coat"waa put I' -- : : I r .. d" ., ,-qII -' ,- ..' ,
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on a quarter of an Inch thick and dried
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\ f.1 .,. ", Ina :* : ,. cake'was trimmed the day of the wedding the manager of a great freight,terminal -
and:the"bell ornament placed on was described as moving tranquilly II 'iarnf Busilless .m cfory ,

; i ., top just before sending It to the table. about hamming the .words' ofan'old _
',,k 1 ;r .. NI./I : : The ornamentation. consisted. of an hymn which told of creen nekls and
__ 1. tlili1M, ala lIttJo GeL:; Inch frl cIrcle on. top ,tiny 'sllrer munnnrlng brooks white tralns'rolled I .
'CI ro. -I pellet. forming a flower erery.halfInch. In and out a hundred tracks subject to t '
,;. uc..nF ti The' utof Town Buyer and those Within the city'will find In the' +
.. l-. cu-u.o.r.... Th# edge was finished with frills.as .' his direction trainmen besieged him j I list below the addressee of Miami Merchantll Under''
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r.'ILY l. aIaIAI fAMD
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J; el.&be w.trl alto for orders and explanations and swearIng I -
: was the base. A frill was shaped classified heads for ready ret.r_ nce. ,
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4; .....C PRIZE. ,..1D In festoons around the Ides."with truokmen crowded around him for
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d- .. tile __ 1Ie. i rosettes 'and.silver pellets as a finish. orders and privileges. His was the -

... ., )1 YMW'Ic fur..u..1=.:::tI !,., A surer tiny covered with" a lace, paperdolly i blessed calm' of a May morning amid THE iIAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. BURDINB'> QUARTCRUANbealers
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: held the cake.. i ; .dlatractfoU 04'l'CIponalbillUes which f
41; The ci Om'l cake may be made attractive would drift some men mad. He was a Dealers In Groceries, Hay and '

A taw luww where-TbtSqwre. "-. .l ... thy. Icing with one- coat and, mad of self eontroL' ;;3';: :s, |I Grain. .in Dry Good; Nottou: I :, ,
when that Is dry placing another,covering 'We need, some of a do more of the Cor. Art D aDd 4ti St. 'MIamI.'T7a aad Ladles' rurnuiilnga; '
.1i 'IfMC,'.ia ti.c yo.looted.u. laP: ot*frills. In such a manner that railroad manager's calm In the life of

7l013AVCMJC, D T; ULLCNpORF, BLOCKAhQde1Baft1rpoQm. as each slice Is cut a perfect iris, goes the home., .The table. of anplaces, I.e, L. BRADY A, CO. .. 30040] izta 'Bt.X -*' '
f KJamJ. p-
.should be free from'contentionland j
with it I This Is also an excellent guideto fancy Grocers. (Hay Grain ,
the obI who manipulates the knife rIf fret; The stomach of the angry person ind Fertiliser AFresh
the;wedding decorations have been ,the worried or the UDbaPPJ'-does not Mapes B.-iCREYEN'j. a
arranged.jn special colors, the Icing 'of perform Its work well.Tb person who Fruits and Vegetables '

the g ooul''a cake may reflect these In .Is possessed of'a ."grouch"- should bt 12th Street. Cor. Are D. Miami, Ha '
such combinations as green and white obliged to take his *meals atone until Dealer In Drags, Patent Medicines '
and hi* malady Is cured.' V : LUMMU8 ,', Toll flt-H ...

pink white yellow acid white, violet .J.'K. t.ArtfdKDealer
f, ',. Why not, la borne a quarreling '
every
} most euentlaf and whlta. In each case the.Icing .
the lea *
JjJ: fl. ; must M distinctive... In savorcartcuturlsts room set apart for those to go who are In Groceries, Grain, 1JOT ATenue .a', 'KJamJ. >....
'
(.' 'ore ,of the modern hons m natured and a severe penance de- '
; i .. and Fertilisers. _
f j;l as- it'J'jis i';necessary com --JL OM Mia* |B Bats.*. minded from each and every one found -' i
i : J 1 fort-to:any.home.. -,Bette- have-a gold mme proapectlnl' "grouchy" outside of tt ADd.tor the 835 lith'Street 'Miami JTa. YOUNG' PHARMACY
1 1': : : :. In the lately:launched polo settlement family disputes? The ,..
: ,pu \j morsel; !11.pcrfectlnj, or box .turban expected to.go .through walls should be padded-no windows or A.,J. CAMPBELL Drags; Teat

.". ".. the sanitary system, thereby the season. The ways of, Its ,wearing traIl furniture,'aDd,'of course, no bric- 0 Articles' Perfumeries, Err: .
1{ insuring the health any will-ts4'.many, sad.the proportion of a brseeome, comfortable but stationary Deal er In Brir Hoods Ctothtng. tlonery :'etc. Prescription
comfort : me'of the bat the chairs like those In,a dentlsfa office 'j
of 'you; lamily to avoirdupois. Gents' Furnishings. carefuUv compounded. :
_____ ;than.spending .it for:fin.fnrnishinja. the woman who is sure, to'take a would' make the room both safeand 1214 Arenas D. Mlud. n \1
habitable. i "
1. fancy to It U beyond calculation ThereIs :-'Good Housekeeping. 811 Avenue n. Miami. Ha

Agta for tin no law governing the fit of any hat .. '
1' A\ .R. CrMM DnMb.oII& ARMSTRONG GROCERY PHARMACY.
: i' this seiaon. All that II demanded of 114 THE RED :CROSS
\, ."', the we|>er. Is that the bat II to perch ir famines do not like olive on I !-
on ber,.head and remain there, matter and for those wio do not eat salads on Dealers.!Ji Drap. Medldnea,
(( no i.. Fun line of staple and fancy groceries 1: ',
/aJJJous' Racydi ..whit. happeu-Vope; this ;account[t boiled cream dressing -Toilet Articles. Prescription '
: lit i, made, u follows> will be' found' dellf fresh fiesta, vegetables poultry etc. carefully' :'compoonded. .Van tiJ
,tL; Pr.akte.t Tr...-. dons:Add C tableapoonfil of sagas I '
,. .., halt a teaspoonfnl of saltia fourth of! 1 J orders,..promptly ttpyfl to.
The traps_fruit Is now]looked upon of white"pfpper. !. New;Prout Bldo, 11thst.! ,'Avenue D nth Bt, Cor.-'AT*." C.. IOamfa life :
a teaspoonfnl a teaspoonful -
: ) as the.JdNI American bteakfast' fruit
M. j. of mustard to half a cupful:
:MCDONALD and la;being highly rscommeodedbypbysldini 0(11 I ----a
? vinegar; place In-a graniteware I
u a tonic, It baring a coin
'' aldorabl. percentage of qtmUae.' .The over the fire and when not best ,In a I I
Twelfth t
Street Miami., Florida Co
: '.., grape:-frult makes a magzd Bent appearenc > cupful of cream or' milk: two ec g8. a tractors .AND Property Owners :
"
In ,a" collection of tropical tablespojonfnl of, butter; let become ,

;, > CwOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPW.HAHN fretts,and Its Juice. 11"1.snhadd ; and' cold.-.: ; "j" "._; "7- I P

it. ncr.. refreshing.' ;: ytj !A'Dlre..ak.r'u Way.' "
,
.r -1 i Jf 'don't SAVE .
teamed want to MONEYS
....... '<;'I from a dressmaker bow to you
01 Trisha.Rtlk '
<' "brand Is a faYorlt ;4aeoratloD. form the popular silk and satin girdles, 'wecan'thelpyou. If you do, :;come to ,.

for many toilet* In lalnage,'and drip says a Good Housekeeping correspondent I
aridfBuUder ; soupli while deOcafe silk: lace Is chiefly -!-Instead of taking a straight bias
,Architect: plece'the:desired*width; u many do.
il used as a garniture TOIle taffttas
on ,
The A.
the .jSbonld T McDonald Go.
girdle be
formed hollow-
by
"';** --; 't1 'V \ ; and nMKMielbie dresses.- ; ,

now have in my employ v'ae of the beatjdraftamaa :: Later tn the season muss charming tog front out""and'' ,tbe ..'.'. h '
In the South,. aad am,,better, tolleU:of, wtne pompadou and printed tt Bttlehigher' cutting -j'il -1 oJ .: $F

prepared than ever for furnishing: plan with a small sprig win be particularly a In the. !.__! .. :: I And Buy Your Building Material ,:
J- ,' -- ,
i .and details for good buildings fine cabinetwork *- popular( : : : back' "as",the .
;etc. I,am 'now 'headquarters Irish: ian, embroidered men tad rib- .,.
dotted line ba !
for turned work;scroll kawing j and all' boa trimming are artistically Introduced the m-i f i'O'j. jdleateo Long leaf Yellow Pine' and Cypress
diagram
k.aaaa111 done In a ,nuT. ,ciaas on toilette delete.. Draw' : ,, ... ,.
'planing in\q- : .A. Hissed corset cover Is;almost a the-tuiineu orb j t .!. i: of all kinds -

_1',1. aecemtty'for: the stout[wecia.i,> who extra: widthsdown' !
Send me your order fo} wincow W'01l4-athine the neat and trim ngure .0.1'0 j
and
., doors 'to 'the! SHAMS A on- Lime
'
now C requisite of fachlon. right width' forj+l PCL i We also sell Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, Sash Doors}:

'. frames ballosteps ,. brackets! ,, eta ,Ugot aruurer materials''are of emhrotdere4 the girdle: aad" fatten to the little Mouldings. ] and whatever else a builder requires

and.be convinced; i MIAMI,.'FLA ....artiste,-printed IInol1,' voile, pieces of feataerbone Indicated In the :. | at lowest possible figure.Yes' .
-.a. ; crepe de dine_and. tat
diagram.. the girdle
Tbua|shaped wllj
., fwtut:,mad to' delicate- shades," conform to the.insist mach better. Know Whelp, We Are14 ft Street Miami.. Ha:
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<: U After MON, 'one almoet to heart' of the city PRETTY jD WOMlYELET'tMBROIDERY THE RAGKt ]
STORElSTllteuCF
:' buck
k* McIntyre of tne was
"' \ Capt. W. H. of,' Miami The dressed carcass -

r..t 'toCr. wild' in the city a fewfdaya'since, in*:shown to a number or a.nmrlnK'ana r- 1 I IN HIGH FAIlUkM "
I friends
of the gentlemen.1AUTOMOBILE
two
envious
'
] I own anrVttempt. to secure several barges j I' ; : e 4I VOR THIS SEASON. ; -
the H .
t iP" for. use in construcUoa]uron_ on > -(-* "
I -1' PARTY 1 ...
from .
... UrLr FUgler Railway now building the Dalatlmt *f Dees. '
: I
:....... ..." .-.-, ....,, .- .r.to .- ---- ------' -- --' Miami to Key West. Captain ,McIntyre EN ROUTE. SOUTH. .. .. F.e ,. tmw 'Vvcka aa4 lit Linen Table Damasl

Clerk*' Office Hour Schooner]John I. Snow Sails stated that altogether 112 barge i -----:'" 41.'Y..r D.raM*:Mill B* Hekr .
CKy
The Benner" Line schooner John I. could C. A. Mutter and wife and Mr.. and qua .r Bmkr C othe.
of-
gegtnato;:loch! r the city clerk' t I were needed for this work.; He l f I
*Bee will be open Wry day from S to :Snow, sailed' from 'New York for'Miami nqt''','secure the barges here'1-but it,la Mrs. Rich Comprise It Eyelet rnibroMc-ry, the old fashioned ,, 'f"

and from 1 to 1 o'clock for1 todajr ;with a fun cargo of merchandise probable that .several, wilf be built 1 brWert* angUlsc, >r madeira work. We have a"few"pieces of remnaatit. i

the 12 o'clock transaction of alt business. for" local merchants.. fort. the railroad company I,. by Apalach From Redwing.I Minn. to' Miami Fla.,, salt to' sometimes i :ailed, promises.tobe 3 1-2 and. '3 .yards, linen,table da-1;:<

i --'.----- Icofa'" contractors. Apaiacnlcolaimes. I ITi Is an automobile feat that has been the moat popular mode of.decora- mask which vre, are. _selling at 51.
undertaken by; Cbarl'el'A. Muller of K ResidenceTbe.new :For Fall Goods t s'95c
Preparing
Aft' Imposing Are :: : ,. Redwing Minn., who is accompanied daintiest a* well as the simplest or II I ;
residence on
= ". Flanagan The,stores about town are' making Towwewf; by his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Rich and I 125 150.perpieceThis ;
Me C, between 13th and .Htn streets.It overhauling Houseboats to Keys ,_ ,>
changes ;.and generwry Miss Rich.. >3M
and win %> > "_ '
vow 'Bearing completion residence ,and cleaning. preparatory, to the incoming fhe. steamer Blscayne:went down.to The party left Redwing a few days "J-r fV

r. Iw one,of the most imposing stocks i!of fall and- winter goodsEspecially the keys this morning towing two ofthij ago, and expect to make' fast time r ""y la a bargain ana yon should sot

baildings la the city. I Is this true In the line of remaining double decked'bonaebouts on their southern tour. Already the : /Si miss It if you need some. y t ;

Convict millinery and the intricate numberless .- recently built and, completed management,of the Windsor hotel has i !
Caught ) and fancies: In woman's demands here. One of the boats, with Its crew, received a letter from Mr. Mnller juak-
fadal A piano ticket gltea with ;Archie McLenuoa, an escaped negro '
e the will locate at Planter Key, and the I
display tn y
be
I which will on lug reservations for the party, as they x.y.r
tram Sldnner's camp at Hogan. I ** M t
:convict oilier Metacumble Key, where
""hidOWI\ before. long. at ; will stop here for a few days.
tea been captured by Deputy Sheriff J I | camps wlUT be established, both being The baggage'of thll 'party arrived : =)KfDslfcLErE2? KffiW. ,
\ T.;
Gore: A reward of f 100 was' offered for I "Rnidency": under charge of Engineers Rogers. Be'sides -I'In Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon ,' Ora
capture.. An ,oEn.fr' will arrive Has Completed ''a fi4
Us of'
these boats and quantity '
j t : and is now at the Windsor Hotel, Sow'
H. &
ChaiIIe
tore tomorrow nornltn to take him Information (from Key Largo Is that [supplies the Biscayne f ioarrlej 'down' awaiting their I, arrival.. Cr '

ta custody. 1!.Camp No :11 of the extension operations 11 t' laborers who arrived from the I Mr. Mnnerj la well known .in Jacksonville till Awns D '

*-, '. "t : ,there I has finished Its "residency"and north'this morning.. i says the' Times-Union having
Mere Smacks Go Out between Camps 1 and 'I
moved down
II married Miss IRch. at the Windsor -
4 practically all of the fishing smacks.tfcose lit win take up another "re ldenej. a yt f
.- .. I:3, where An,Exciting Times Hotel last spring. He,Is a son of
remaining la port, got away last .". A '"residency" includes three i-
i rather I of the San Carlos Hotel ,
iTwo Miami gentlemen bad a the proprietor.
Bight aDd:this morning for the flahing'groaads I:miles of j territory and the moving of j
nttigual experience for city dwellers. | at Ml ml, and the party lien route to
,' and win. remaln out, until has completed -
that it
amp "
i means "
t ] the
especially this mornlna: tt'sems that that popular(resort to spend.the win
Eodtablecatcbei, have.. "been" made. A' 'Its first three miles of railroad grading. g J 1 .
W. Maynard,1 the enterprising
-umber,of the boats got ashore in go- 1 and SVare: reported to"be % O terMr.
1 Camps
s I jeweler, accompanied' by Assistant William s. Morris, clerk at the
,tag out of the bay but floated on high about haif;through thelr''real.eud ." "
a .... .- | Faltmaster M.:EL'Jones, had 'started Whld ..who Is a personal friend of
tide and preceded. to. > ,, and win i moved as soon as they hare ''
$ ." '._ iv & ; >e, : oti? aboard Mr. MaynarJ's) trim yacht Mr. Mailer. received a Tetter from him a..
.
f work at the presentRemembered j j I- -
their
f'
'Coast. completed Win for a spin onj.hebay.i : Shortly Tnesday afternoon informing him of 'I "oar: s2

Returned jr to. :West, '. ? SJsTbe ,loauoni'j., :', ,. ,_, after leaving Mr.Majroard's( boathouse Jag automobile: touring party. Mr. birJi im't. boot:,ofa.fwtth
TOCOL 'Whlcn ; ?
$ schooner :yacht days ;- from I the foot of ,the Avenue qD bridge, .Mailer did not state what time he expected aj little practice. the! work can'be done

cam Into pat a few ago by His Friend.. ..t.' Jones saw;an animal of some,sort .to ante In Jacksonville cJ hom :, -:: J t. ::", 1

} Jtorli Myers;with several' families' on t : Heinker, the noted tarpon swimming directly; across' the river.dajllng it Is generally believed that the party AM 'not onljr' for its beauty'latb.

'|oard,, moving here. from',1I&t. placejaOed Capt; Albert this 'morning to toMr.Maynard'to_ ,steer_toward will reach here 'early next week. eelet'embrok: j f x yuter-day..att for Marco.ci fisherman, received for Its dnr l Tears .
r m,on .. >IHty ago 4 f -i iHaWvcMir'Clothea ,
., she will hanrOat 'I from Mr.-Chas.'F..Naething.:.of New the animal he seized a ;,boat hooa.and >U was'Teamed yesterday that Mr. before machine'erubralder7toufd....be .-

} the and wes,,refit coast for:where the'pleasure
.eight'"SilverKingsmade a rather uclt1ng'ac..) between touring'ears' ,ever seen. In tie .- for p UUcoat raffles, etc.. .
& 'ijuiaess after which, she win;return' ; ;JletaeUmbl. Key chi boat and tk e ..tri.nce'animal. How-: South,'and'.when he arrives in 'Jacksonville and, baby; clothes in particular were &'

t i for the.winter.DeaUj last bythem"season--when at'Lower' Mr." Waetaing\''ani ever. under the skillful management of ,The'big machine win probably beautified In tits. .wujr. whole joke and John! 'Sewell BroJM\
r front panels In dainty christening
gc.Msynard'the"boaapadly attract m catt tk J :
;
tT3L. gameduntil l IL -
of. CaptanHeinkel '
under the, guidance rObes of the
R.-J. Nealy party being simply a mass em Miami's foremost"clothe makers. "We ,
\ >
'
: records for, captnKingthese Mr.'Jones'wa. within a few feet Just how.jlong' the party' "Intendsremaining '%
:broke all broidery. 1.
morninga'ha '
died yesterday : "
:.J.:Nealy it'Halland$1e,' site ftSort'illness game fish. The' picture ,., Tit 1;the fleeing and frightened 'object at,the Windsor Is not known (For the baby'J..of 1905 these little make each garment to fit yon pertecvily. '

home [reproduced enlarged "timesfrom' Jdr. Jones then landed a'blow on the bat the.sn: probably be here several robes are again being made together After a' pattern, drafted.to yourfirldual W"C..J., .
: He'had been a residentthai .many ,,-** ',: !
With land bootee i ? :
p dainty T
creatsrelwtth.theboathoot before proceeding towards Miami CI" Jackets
:- view an! shows. the hed of..the days d measurement We gnaraateaja t
'.t : bout three e De- 'a-jkodak I aid The work .
place, bats for'oldt'! aihlldren: "'
atru6g'oo-a- sea breakng'tts akwt inkduhingIs the terminuj; of their automobile tour.It -,
_., eased WaS ban and reared in South |eight'monsters. pole .. .Is I brains out H .atJ1'j'.sra in It : .ai'stated yesterday by one In
:
with
trees .
Caiollaa..wbere be leaves one daughter vended from two palmetto { the( round openings; or.eyelets proper,
"relative 'to'mournUa'lcaa. Idr; Naething and 'Capt.'Heinkel;ion Into the boat the, excited;occupants position to know that several wealthy an made with a stiletto the oval open- made" by us. ..5SM :,;
OBl1'.r : ,
,; t them Naething will discovered thatthey r had bagged a people"win travel to Florida this season Legs being cut. Before ;doing that r/
The' funeral services werefceU' either, aide of Mr., r ,BI8CAYNE HOTEL. BLOC.
; rabblt"These' In automobile howerer. the outline Is covered with afine -- -
it
't faith again next season, as has. One!,, buck, ( ; animals being much preferable -
of "W.J1 come '
t ;at undertaking parlors even darning |orrunnln, stitch '
are known to take to water when hard to railroads,as the parties en- ERCHANTEtAOCIAT10NPASSED
} ', Id>ffer.:'UiU afternoon...Rev*;!.'D. been his {custom: for several yean past i, begun at the pointed end of the figure m .'
x Lows emulating?:. 'Thr illtr.ment"u and go.off. again.in, an effort to. breaklit pressed' by enemies,. ,'but. 'It-I seems. .hard '',Joy,the bracing' open air and see many and ending at theme place. Do not RESOLUTION
t 'season's' record. t$fi account for':the presence of this.,beautiful sights en route. cut the thread. Toe silt to made .t' *. -- ",'

.r. ;,im; the ,Miami-cemetery. -. -- --- ----- t through the' center of-:the oraL first S. '.
':\ t u -- - lengthwise,'then crosswise. and at the i On the Death of,the Late Eugene" A

a Fact should convince round or wide end It will probably pnecessary ;: ;.
that (Po V ...DearbornThe ,
to make two more slashes la t"
the : 1 ll II I *' }* *"* odder that the ,linen may"be'turned .. ;,; '- y

DeadIYf.Par' ,. 'the.most; 'Skeptical the back line smoothly of darning to the,wrong Then tide begin along at adopted"by'tbe'following resolutions"MerchantaF have Aisodai-1 bees-;; ,

fe ,, the narrow end, working with the ".
same thread that was wed to darn the t1on: } 1

I f ';:versus The Great Sale and Saving'Bank, values: A tomato farmer. .after having shipped outline and cover the edge of the open Whereas, 'It.'has pleased the'jUK,:

: """tuTkoWs/1i croSwuSout'his? I last few,of odds and.,ends; culls, etc.. for an ,almost nothing figure. Our policy is to.carry tug with a settee of' fine over and overstitches mighty tn His infinite wisdom,,to can". r,

,i salejyou will! find prices we fear will never be able to dupll- each one lying close to .but the Hon.'.]1:,c..Dearborn.to Ida reward;::
you ;
.
,
arid in
great :
our saying made.
not last
Asa, 'no Mb..m tan season to, season' ] .. on top of the stitch and., ;JWbereaa 1 <
*J the'first fltastrapon -
| shown M
1te again for many:! a month, ,to, come.|, .r. :I k I ; .. The la cap made of One white linen which ,'the'Hoa.' K.- :C.;Dearoor 7; .

.
...., ,.. '. ts almost entirely covered by,the eyelet has.. for, it number of years beeD'cut
*
J:., 'I '" 1'and'4.oo pants; ;t ,,' 'It t 1 500 work ,one design consists of tdaliyBke fellow,'coworker la the ad.aneemenY'p

.formtns 3.50 figure surrounded by a frail:; of' ] and :Justice exerting n f.i
'( ,Da'ra'llin; Pants.We.. have,1 i made -big: reputation: ? on; <# tng'ri&e, the leaves of which are conftected I rlghfj ,
't.( ) ; : availableincusfor: the good of tilt
'" linc.add.customerstelljts, that .,' .by an outlined stenv'ltie, 'dge '
this i : : -1
'f .', ., ,' are the StrongSaving :of the cap Is buttonholed,.aa are also ; fellow dozens/find'suppressing'witearnestneui ...
I
Famous the world over for,3;50 and '4oo our)pants: I the ends of the ties and the finished j anything ."JaJc1a"A'

,; ; .jor_their fine'Wearing.best wearers.: in,, Dade County. We I vip is very pretty and Just the thing mart, the happiness or Jeopardise J** ."

Ii : and( perfect fit; .have a big: stock of these on hand! in i tor bab,'. summer wear. ;I,'For cool safety;of mankind and- .' / >
: qualities r : flays'little silk lining of white or '
:
I 4 they'are "cheap a0.:7: ,most all kinds of material and nearly! rye o1orma1'be inserted'and If this Bning Whereas, He hss'serrej'osly I '/'

acid 8 dollars. All .in all,siies,;This price.is an extremely:: 1,1 { is made double and quilted, aa 1nl.tlining .In the! capacity of Circuit'
: andxc.guarantee the weAt Banks1' of soft flannel being first pot l ly lYe years, be It: C1ertJ-:?
> andcassilow 4nc'
1:fine worsted ;
,;". mares flannels, of *every one. sold ; .. d' the cap.may be used at .aU.' seasons' Resoved, First, That: we' '
{ the year.The
:a.nd.
'. 9 one, of our:estimable etuseaa. t
tf -
Our low saving j-rice ;$2' ; ?' dainty bootees given in the next '
.saying price : d -< free i Second. That he has proves efficient 'J..
$4.90 .. .. Unstratlon,show ,the same design at
%&v* *"* *;' '. *, ,'at.. !".. ... ..,, ',,. .: : .". tl- ,Jhe two previous articles burin them- and trustworthy 'in, bach U4.ieverf a'J.
.
!... -' :
; 1 elves are something of a novelty,ln capacity|[in trusted' to :Urn. "l j, a?
i\ ihape,they resemble,the 'Ud bootees, That the "
Third.;:, Miami \t

J"K Few Sensa"Jifinal 8 ysf'tlothinJi '} .Ev.rYbo: y and girl rut these eyelet ,worked ones have nolining chanta'.AlaocfatiOD' ( ..hereby tender'oes' ::.a\

in. Miami should deepest sympathy to his. b Bereaved: .

,m., __ alive. ),

;', : have one of these Fourth, ,'That"a copy., of theseres. ';5'

?k. Values < : _largest. : and: .1' II .. banks. Just the lotion 'be ;'mailed. .. to',,Mrs.' ' ; : '
t
-' thing to keep your lkarborti: ,; :
.Stodcin-'Miami i ; FIfUCThat-a copy be famished eacik- rot'.tbe.daUy.neinpipen'for'pn
Best t 1
1---------; < money in' and every I
,Limited. : ; .: I "l
_._ '_ II bank.has a secret to!.. tion. imf :. >
'
_ j :t $2.90 for-3,50'and 4.00boys''suits. combination- I 'sears .xmD.: : J. p.Chaflle.r .

;t a .55or"our'Sweet', : .* .- I lock or foundation of any tD4.1'her .,F.-.Bnrdiae.. -' ,
; ; .worth 750,. ., so no one cap buttonholed around, the edge and f ... '
"':;:: 1: Railroad Overalls, ** *? 4 '. pare ... .,.
them butyoul three but ..
<< held at the toe by "
each ., open. together :0.
to .9. Only 2 pair to $3.90, for ,4.50and5.boys'suitsit .lid ; I tonboled{ rings and at the ankle by ,

'.customer.- '; ;:? ; : i; self. A bank. free ,two short straps,'which ire fastened :TAPPING ,THE rt i.'

,: r \l' .. "f' :f.k,; '-' ; I ".; Ii I G with;every pair of land held tn place by a ribbon hats bow.made of. .CONNELLSVILLE. ..'DIITRldr:
< ( i DW recently lingerie
+ 45 'for6.o o; 'tl''I' ( boys' or girls shoes ,.. fa.
,k 55 for,the genuine.no.: 50 :$4 :ill over embroidery or flouncing baA "

'' :Striven ElasticSeam Drawers .,. 8.00 boys' suits', I .that cost over 125.. \,been'!;more generally worn by children Unlontewtt and Wheeling Short,LI.* ,
"- ,-, -.. than adults, but for the coming: summer Railway:ta.be Built
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t' and l.oo. :Only two pair to ,Remember, a, savings every of for an ages One of the bats can .

'customer.. free.with every boys'suit that boys suit 1$be made with the.eyelet deafen and Plttsbnrg : Oct. 2!.,-J. V. ,,T'homp"'
:each, .. clothes also the edge corresponding: wtth of/Uftlontown.,, Mato \o--';
'. ,' ; > --4:: ';S scolbped son. : Pa-,' De'1t:
is bought ,V r' 'li55c ', the Jacket and other arUcl e.=Dcttneator. Teri
't -, *.* f : : f ney, and a number of.TTewItallsU ea'frt: ;!

.. _______'I___ |nave organised. .a new twdaDanynndeitbe'name ,:

f: tJd: 0'I' Edw.. Oapps for :boys';: knee'P*."!* Any suit (clothes,: in.our. store wlaatpNt. Brae*: 'f, of thebaktrtown ;

f"' \aV$9190 Vinaigrette sanee to the add arace and Wheeling Bbort'LJne'wbifb''t

tj 6$7.$8OOSIioesThe worth fs'. and_8sc., ; ,,,.. p',w" : ...... .. ,. anally served with cold asparagus.fc II la to band .a new railroad from UDId&- ."
tbe
Ingredients :
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Ttf-- 4' -;' .' '." ,J; .- ., .., r?:, Alfred!! Benjamin &:Co:, !15.0018.00'and; 20.00 suit.. All may In the order, given: Fon tabletpoonfnb town.:;tFayette County.. !,
an'olfef ,has been heard of Miami half a tea- Wheeling W. Va: 'erm1J'lt'to
4* 90c for. knee womust go.:;;Such never in of vinegar, .

*,L .JElnest and, best wearers: 'on' ,,I In,the. past :and 'will probably'neverbe'dupIiatedlnthe. spoonful of salt, a dash} of paprika,hall It Is stated that alt "
: : : rooand.I..2S have been
olive oU tabtofpoonrohol
of a completed
;- a cupid to begin
}.' {. earth prey"about 3ff,'pai'rs'-a-t' : j future:, All otthese are/far'Jess thanr finely chopped pickle and 'two tq [and that within'eighteen months wof fit.

f 11 ;;itdsj;price,20 per ct disc on all Il, '$1.2O for boys knee'paritas; mfg.. cosTandour loss on these will be $9 90 spoonfuls of chopped parsley coogeted'tbnnellsruiedtstrlety! s'

} k:reg'-Edv.dapp.shoes ::n stock!, worth '1.50;; 1.25,and, 2oo.heavy.t i .. Stock must, .. go hence. .the ,9.90. .price." ,'1'h. Ike' Da. at thewallafi.. have a, mueh, needed' outlet to"Pit sbnir. ;.,
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U .' ,n. h' : flic who tit The line win throe '
.. Hssklns-By way. wu pass fit; ,
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WebavecuttheJncesdeepOQ Sale, *
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2: $ theatrnve adrertiement .. 'WQlowby-The parson.seemed to"b< a .territory' hitherto untouched >y:
not in
-.i, '. ta lines snit you will bed b1.rTe- = h Co) and closes November,4;,On account feeling the'best: You see It was'at I rai&oide! and, tapping. abowt'Iooooo"a:! ;'
: of Bach low gaoda will bt! profit for him and no risk whatever; .t
: ours: I ; seres of' the best coal, territory. b' "

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15* Uniou f... .erso"all1eu{f.t?" dot #'. J Mr HIGH j. R. COMPLIMENTPaid Elliott by the Punta I WHY t HAVE- THAT" jL ,frt v!

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\ Tatum Wofford. of Hallandale. was A. E.[Parker, of Boynton, la la .the ORDER A CASE OF

\ among the nearby residents in the city city today'. The Punta Gorda Herald, of the 19th e fcCURETHCBZCT.. a_

i'\ yesterday. I t1f 1 UBt, reproducing and commenting up- 1*
k' W. H'.ilarshal, of Fort Lauderdale on ,he news Item appearing In the Me- TonicBrew' cigars within reach whoa abort ft. '

: i Miss Marie Rogers, and father F. 'came dawn this moni'mc on business.' ropolU of the 14th InsL, relative to Better tare one i or w. goal nooks.

.-. E. Rogers, of Hall'a dale.are; spendingthe OTELSl j I the removal here from that place of than k dozen of Inferior paaBty.
.r I day with friends la the city.J. tf I Hr.'Elliott to engage in the dry goods Havana tobacco may' be alga pries.

1 ;6Oc month. For >Safe -' One National cash Reg-I and notion business, pays him' this but that doe not present M gl1tM'L
a D. Holmes J. N. Jones T. J. Cor- later, choir cases counter, tables.etc. I most flattering compliment: our customers the'eiaefIEt 1

1 5 $1.50 0 for.3 months pia and H. F. Slater of Jacksonville, Serbold" ) Bakery, 321 12th :''street.. "The news contained in the above a J3ne new brain tonic, '
ire In the city today transacting bait- &i from the Miami Metropolis will be HAVANA FILLER FOR I CXNTt
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s .one yearWeHaye neaL F. A.jnryan. Mn. read with sincere regret by Mr. ElU- *
.1 j lirfg works. Our drinks / Y"
ScjiSyler
t\\L- C. S. of Fnlford were among ott's many friends here He has been The Norma MartHwz oatM tratr,

h .. "', The delegates'::from Miami to the the bus!ness" and pleasure visitors in In business here for fifteen'yean and are, pure and fresh! good smoke, haying the tun. anna. c*

District Conference, being held at the,cat yesterday.P. In that time has proved himself worthy V/e use only.fine granulated *- the beat leal.

Daytona.Beach this week'will return 1' of all confidence, a man of the highest sugar, In syrups

,home tomorrow. 8.1 JDewey. of West Palm Beach Integrity. a citizen loyal to his com- HAYES

II amoni.the; visitors In Be city today. inanity a friend fret from selfish motives Acme Bottling) I, '

:o 'Kr. Thomas E-.Cheatham li takinga J. M. Holding and A. F. Geiges: of a merchant of ability, pluck en- : THE CIGAR, MANU|| "

} drive about the city today la 'an attempt Ha1land are' visitors from nearby terprise and progresslveness. As Is I Works -
I Madea to gain strength after a severe places flailing in Miami today. well known, he has always been a tb!Street. ''Wartef Ice Fact0r7 OPPOSITE HOTEL" '.BISCAY1iZ'a;
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illness lasting two weeks. staunch supporter of the Herald.whlelt ,
i : The following have been summoned contemplates his proposed departure,
good many enthusiastic! to servers petit Jurors at next week's with unfeigned regret. But'the Henfd F
Sale C. C. Carroll
For Densmore
typewriter,
can never know the fuH sorrow and
s friends among housekeepers session nr the Circuit ,Court. C. F.Rent in common with all his friends win
secondhand. A. Banr 2d door Royal loci to tie dear wlfe'and daughter.who
.unusual values of the' Otto. Btypmann G. W. Perry J. wish him unbounded .success wherever
by
Palm Swimming Pool Casino 14th 8ta In the hme life have lost all that we,
-- C. Kellj..!A. T. LaSalle, O. H.,'Blman' he may go." 'j .
Cut. .GJi Ies.'J. Tucker Paul C. Jones,'J. Mr. Elliott will open on or' about have and so much more la the loving *
SCbitia ; Wanted Good iron sate for our hUlband*and father, therefore be It
Dl: Girt.. George W. Parks, W. J. December let, with a full line of dry I "
branch office In, Miami. Immediate r.. Resolved, That we extend to,Mra..E
Gautler 1d W. A. Lotton. goods etc., in one of the Denials and The Homeseeker'sAgent
+ answer desired.; Baker ft: Holmes Co.., C. Dearborn, and daughter our sincere .
t Flntey buildings on 12th. street, bye .
iJ' city. ladled sympathy and words of consolation '
The of the Lemon City Library tween Avenues C and D. .
and take to Him whose power and ,
will give a dance on' Tuesday n
: Miss A.D.Jones, of Philadelphia Is love we] have no right to question,
and Silver
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October for the benefit of the libra A NEW GROCERY FIRM
f among the late-arrivals la the city. ry. Music hi by the Biscayne' Orchestra words of prayer ,and_love, and be It A good business; opening far tt..' ,
She will spend|the.winter here, registered Resolved That a page of our mln- right man< at a real barp a. -
-Y : which ,theY..find here and, at the hotel Everglade. AIJjarecordiany: Invited. ArmsVe'ng;; Grocery Company Will! tea be let ,aside for these resolnilona sss & tf*:; .- -
Carry, away. It Is about -,'. fiOlcar Open Tomorrow Morning and a copy be'furnished the sorrowing A lots 5xl50 on Tin street,.near,'
|T. Conklin. acquitted' In 'the \ ATe D. There ar4 tare buDdrnga oa
; time to do a little overhauling Mr. J. C. W klon. of Richmond Va, : j wife and.'d'anghter with the onl/worda
nowto hay 'the' .table has arrived in the city and,will spend Circuit Court'r<;:Yt 'yesterday- ""afternoon on Beginning tomorrow morning the of consolation that human life, can this lot.

Fe .look its best and most appetizing the winter here 'as the guest of his a charge;,of embezzlement brou&btthroughlt Armstrong Grocery Co. composed of frame; f that the separation ,is only One 20x60, one I I***M and' a On

c for winter appetite brother.J. L. Hickson, and family. e representatives of the Messrs. J. A. Armstrong and IOn.Geo. for a day and that when the new room building also a valuable Jot
Florida fist Coast Electric Light Co., .IW. Armstrong win open for bus awakening comes God will give added of machinery, engines etc. Price for
t For your bathroom fixtures go to Mated tiii morning that he will last loess'In one of the storerooms of the joys for life 10 well IeI1t'n' thJahearth. all flSSO on 'easy ,term& '

I W. J. 'Brown, la the new Front Bunting tote a, }ijttlt for damages against the Front building at the corner of N. D. Coates.
.MAYNARD&SON ) comer Avenue D and ilth streetA said contpany, the amount of relief to street and Avenue D. Ihe B. B. Hinton,. Two business' lots on avenue D,' ;
be asked'being! In, the hands .of his Comm..ttee. $1300 and $1500.' These are good
Armstrongs
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WElIIS OPTICIANS) counsel.\Geone A./;Worley, who will :
AND party of tourists, consisting of Mr. .' IQD.- re "experienced In the grocery -
N prepare jiapen as coon as he. is diaengaged npoooooooooooooooooooc 2 noe
r ", and Mrs! R. F KrltC1er'a. M. Krlt- l' ; business; having successfully conduct VCOCOC

cher.arrived and''Miss"la.Miami Pinch last all night of ,and Chicago will, court.;. I i|from jj the present term: or' ed snchan for a number establishment of yean in: and Jafksonrille fromwhich I ONt CENU WOnD Graham Biscayne. ,N. E. ..M.

;_ Next to Postofflce.I .,amI, flu. I I upend the tte:winter season here. I city they moved to Miami a few Don't jon wa
; They registered at the Everglade. Auxiliary yacht Curlew," new" five- months hence to make their future 10 acre home 'on
: horse Stetlinger engine and good tails home Pr8ate4A54:: tack aurtcred oak roller top near Larkina. Florida.'V
a 1' dnUulcqiir* at tkU office.
beofd quality, allright.:1:
Seeing Miami by automobile. Lof win cheap. B. B. Tatum. The Armstrong Grocery; Companywill ,
VICTOR TalklvcMachiBM aid Record* at
ton *: Elnlg. opposite postofflce... hare i carry nothing but a first-class Uneof V the Dade Pharmacy. Ask for Mr.Car*.,
I an 'np to-data ear for hire.1 About jfiTe hundred feet or ornamental goods and will make a specialty t 4u. Old record ezckaaedforsew. ATaD. C C.
; I Don't Sell Dogs Tio*ncliufc offer for old Victor Record
))1 > fencing' for the county Jall-Lhas: arrived the family trade. The proprietors propose r write to METROPOLITAN TALKING

J;D. Codmaa who has been engaged an|.wiil'be pat up the first pal to conduct the'business In a business ru.MACHINE CataloPn'ree.) ('0.. 333 )lal. St. Jack.o.vttle 214 Ave.D.

For some time at Camp No. S. of the of next f eek. The fence Is five feet manner. to make their prices 'as
But'' 'I I can give ,you a' F. E. C.- Railway extension operations high aa 4.fwill surround the Jail, keep- reasonable as possible and to give a TTrantc" ..arb.ho'. bait Improved for cask or S to iaprpTed.10 acna of land W. Miami
E, Griffin A Ox.Ml Ilth Street.
on Key Large, is In the city,today Ing out people and Intruders who have prompt and efficient service. On thesemethods

-'Pointer'rony greeting friends and transacting .been In a habit of going to the inmates they will depend for theirsuccess .
business. Mr. Godman reports the 'wladowe, ind talking to the Inmates and popularity with the consumers I
Y work 'progressing nicely., I i and whlph"" it has been Impossible for of Miami. II I 1M. J. Yarborough

( r EUCTRICALW: | i the authorities to prevent without Besides this bnsfncss Mr.Armstroag.
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"Kid)Red," a''negro wanter at Cor- !keepingaS mon posted to keep them Sr... has Invested heavily In Miami,
dele. Ga, for burglary1 was arrested :away. The fence was ordered through reaa ng.' the two upper floors of the Contractor and BuilderBuilder
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t cit! BROWN last.night by Deputy*, Sheriff Gore and the,J. W Watson Hardware toD.Greentlurtle Townsend building Avenue D, between
confined In .the county JaU. The au f Thirteenth and Fourteenth btu I of the Palm Beach iotel
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Electrical Contractor, 1113 Ave: C *
r th tles'have been i where Mrs., Armstrong will conduct aIrstclass
,. noticed and an stew at Marks Oyster
i -A-- officer Ja expected to arrive here-o r :and Chop'House, 410 %Twelfth street : apartment house up-to-date House Moving a Specialty.
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I } him In a day or two.. and'horuorh In every manner. They

$ Two desirable office rooms for rent are enthusiastic "over the fture great I Miami FloridaDUMIAM
; rJZd/MOFFAT'Si Forty acres fine vegetable land- la :the"f Metropolis Building.; B. B. ness' of Miami and will make their -
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pine and ditched'pnJrlefor rent In Tatum. ffl .tf permanent home here.RESOLUTIONS ,
quantities 'to' suit;' aC'a' bargain'.a t '
.. Arch Creek depot. This property OF RESPECT THE CANOVA '

i i: Dairytuuch: nbacrlber should be seen will be to found be appreciated.Th'on prem..... I HOTEL ARRIVALS. I Adopted By Miami Rifles on Death of Miami I DecoratingCompany] &

John H. Welsh. -If ',," E. C. Dearborn i If
W' BIcayhe, J. D. Holmes J. N. t Hone red SipeftizI.tg"g

:: Everything new. ,including Commorodre and ),Mrs. F.'D.: Hughes, Jones: T- ;J. Copris H. F. Slater The following resolutions were adopted 9

well known winter resident of Miamifor JackIonvlDe. by/the Miami Rifles Company L,
i'g; the 'building, ,making the the past several years, returned San Carioa i Tatum Wofford. Hal F. S. "Tv at .their meeting last night R

\ laat'nllht and win remain here:atlll Jandale; ||. Treusfeldt. Jacksonville. on the death of E. C. Dearborn, who and >
Paper Hanging
4'(='ijdeaRest' and neatest: (Sntig l late_spring before again returnmgtothe : Southe l P. A. Bryan 'Mrs. PJ; was ,an honorary member of the organisation I Agency Peat's Wall Kalsomlnlng Papers. x

> D 1'th.Commodore Hughes brougnwithaim T. nah|;* C. 8. sChU11er.JruuwCl; ; _.

9 .\ -in the :diy"NITI one 'of,the:finest and axis J.. Sakai|"."%ryman; C. S.. Ryies..CIty; 'Whereas God. In his mysterious I Call or |vrite for Estimates Office 1315, Av wePANNOUNCEMENT

-il. ': : t modern touring urn BOW on the marr A. E. Parter. Boynton; F. S. Dewey power.. has seen fit to remove from us ,

: fi 'AN I IDEAL- > PLACE: ... et and win use It for pleasure purposes West Pain Beach; J. M. Holding our beloved citizen, friend and ben
!Iliad about Miami th a' tuoiL Be A. F. Ge gei, Haflandale; W, H. Mar factor E. C. Dearborn by that sleep

Ji' ,FOR LADIES: will &tao'Jlurchaae a'launch for pleasuring shah Port; Landerdale.. which knows no awakenID and we

',. bat wQ melt for BO other par poor mortals knowing not the wisdomof '.
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Mee4: Conservatory of Music 225 Twelfth St
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)t Connected'with a salon poser, He and wife are lady welcome : of Cemetery, Association' this power, bow our heads In our '
: ed back"to'Miami'by"many. friends fc All meabeii of the Miami CemeteryIsaoditloq' loss, therefore, be It I I The noted teacher of singinjMISS
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Sad a iaalataace&r :'are' requested to .attend Resolved That
we, who knew and
Buttermitk evertsdag'at"r,5c M P Sl the 'aaaoir'meeting"to' be:hell' next, fully recognisedappr eclated and trea JULIA T ALl FE RHO

.' | :a'glass.; light reefrestiments Having engaged.the services of u MondaygC.pctober'30th-! : the tired,his. .;manly,''worth. Integrity..ca: .
7 tits .f Bejiaont Colt***. XMkTilte.! Tr. (tpap(1[ Sj. C ovaest;)khaki luty,
gg .served, dor expert baker.we,wOl'be;, prepared 1 oI Sunday:school loom of.tie First >aft>;-, pacity;fallgeneeaiJd' > ,. trienda6fp.bow, UcuKbel. dada,E..d'. ) will take charge- of the Vocal l.f "....., Oct. HI. 'l.Sad.C..rr.taut '
?ping all ,hours.., ,furnish' the public'wlth:b meTJDade odlst'.chiJrch"at7ZO* ,o'cloct: Anus.election onr..heads la"sorrow' .at,our loss add I. MUdlathaan ilaginr.will t pleas. caU .xr ire" the Coooiiatoijfor_tank.parfle.a .,''' _
,, ;' .: ,I .';plea\ "cake i ; {**",'o1Bcen*1** *V iad'otber'Import-' l I ,, VoIces tested free.I S.w".panerai ibis sea... area' j MM "',
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Beginning knowingrfhh! thatwe.ho reruq..lpp.
.. t.'1:'.;;..1.> :: bread ihd ."r.... ... ,...,...,,,'." ..xc'bat -_ "\.." ...., t : r;, Eladergarw..dert.taoa.Bortow4Ryrrn.Thai, icaknik*1Int ......r ;}
:J;; 3iyr t : .... _,... _"' felt tLete+ 4 4radrrj tUK little .
.lftn.'YYoftt'i rlM'11R 7: a4dtkuewy folka. a.a.dcue
L 3ld :iatiolATennep; on JJta Kt. ; Da> .. .'W'i- ;;;:::1' "A::' 41." -! .- ,-:: ; ... : derartauau 1crr racy" 'mumi" "_ = +i 7i

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c ARCHERY' AS'A SPORT I and for loaf fllsrances with day of October, A. D., 1905. Is a bad JW.Jtto borrow !
weak bows a very considerable elevation LEG ALi. ADVERTISEMENTS : anythlar ;fit
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-that Is, the bow must be raised S. |f May Robinson' but the wont thing you can. possibly '!it

:TNt. IMPLEMENTS THAT ARE USED above the point aimed at The arrow j Notary. Public. bororw, l. trouble. When sick {
cannot be shot straight at aa object such My commission expires May 121908.
bperations.
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+ IN THIS ANCIENT PASTIME.t .1 CITYfORDINAKCE sore, heavy weary and, yorn'oat br "
because It will of course, be subjectto "'lhoutIn' any particular limitingany State of] New York. the pains and 'of

....... the earth's attraction, and if snot Aa OMlance to Amend Section 7 01 r of the objects and powers of thee County of Niagara ss. I I poisons dyspepsia,
t ; a.w aa< Arr OT Ar* a straight at a mark will fall below It. 1"" I biliousness Brtcht'1 disease and afar _
Q.hP..ch i Belt TBM*! udor. and it therefore requires practice t 0 Artlcl (..1, of the Ordinances of tfi corporation, it is hereby expressly de- On thlsr day personally appeared before I I Uar disorders, don't sir down SIIctI ws

.... l*.t. Armt card, Gl..e, Tar. manage the elevatlva properly and City: ofMiami. relating to Revenue 'red provided that the corporation I mel James T. Brnndage to me I brood -.
over your symptoms, but fly for
>a Kt _* Sr Card-The ..!... much will depend on the exact strengthof Taxation and Licenses. shall have power to Issue bond well known as one of the persona described I
( relief to Electric Bitten. Hero
I' The implement used la archery as a the bow and the diataate of the shot. secllo j I. Be It ordained by the and other obligations! in pay )n and who subscribed kis : you ''

f aitlm. are a bow arrows, a quiver a The lateral dlrt'Ctlon-tbat Is. the side City Council of the City of Miami thai t ment for property purchased or acquired name! to'-and' executed the foregoing will find sure and permanent forgetfulness ,-
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to which the bow should be directed of aQ your troubles and your
.>14 a bale a tassel and grease pot. Section :?of Article 1 of the ordinances by It, or for any other object articles pf Incorporation as and for
depends greatly on the wind. It there body win not beburdcned<< by aloat
aa arm guard a shooting clove, a target ls any as the arrow U materially. of the, City of Miami relating tcrevenuestaxation I in or about its business; to mortgage the incorporation of the ,
of debt disease.. At all k
and a scoring card. fectod by the wind. Should It blow = and licenses, be' or pledge any stocks, bonds or other Miami Transfer Company and did acknowledge dragster "

Tli* bow Is usually from five to six from the hand the bow must Incline :: that he executed the t Price 50c. GuraatwO. ;
right amended BO as to read as follows: obligations, or any1 property, real, per- same
t 'feet In length the strength being reckoned toward It; to the left If from the Sectiopc" The City Council' ol t sonal and 'Imbed, which may be acquired for the purposes' and uses therein expressed. -
by-pounds'varying;' from twenty I Full of j''
left Tragic
said! cltr.shall; at Its flrak regularmeetinff'ln by it, to secure any bondsnotes I Meaning
< *v* to eighty thoK* used Ly gentlemen The distance to which an arrow can are these lines from J.' H. Simmons
with' ; July, or as soon thereafter or other obligations by It issued or incurred It witness whereof I have hereunto ?.
twine In atrrafrth, /rom fifty to eighty be aboCtrfJm a long bow. an elevation might
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what
pounds, those for ladies from twenty of 43 degrees, depends on the as practicable, ascertain and determine ; to make and perform contracts set my hand and official seal this Id Casey

five to forty. The former are made of strength and ablUty of the archer. the--amount of money to be raised of any kind and description; day of October, A. D. 1905.) resulted from b's! terrible cough U

a single piece of yew or ash, the latter The distance used to be reckoned from by tii, for city purposes, 'and thE) and in carrying out Its business, or N. P. S. Ceo. O. Sheppard, he had not taken the medicine about

of lancewood or hickory glued back to 220 to 240 yards. The Turks have always rate fo ;|general .purposes j shall notbe. t for the purpose of attaining or furthering Notary Public. which he wlrtes "I had a fearful

back. been celebrated for shooting to mor ,than ten (10) mills on the any of Its objects, to do any and Patterson a Erwln.AttorntYI cough, that disturbed my nlghVa
la forming the bow the wood is gradually long distances and the secretary to the 1
tapered and at each end i* a tip Turkish ambassador in London shot dollar o$4he real.estate and personal 1 I all other acts and things which are I for Incorporators.S rest. I tried everything nothing.

end being property in the City of Miami. now or hereafter may be authorized would relieve it, until I took Dr.
<
a.e longer than the lower-end aud one qsed a Turkish bow and arrow and The City Council may also lery an by law, and to exercise any and all I S 'm. t"u.na. King's New Discovery for consumption f. t

.,. aide of the bow Is flat called thee hot against the wind. With he wind additional tax of not exceeding three other powers, which a co-partnership An umbrella Is a "little shade." Cot- coughs and colds, which eoat:1 '

-"back."H. the other being rounded and the distance measured 482 yard. The mills fqrj repairs and Internal Improvements or naturaT person could do and exercise grave Injttll! denned an "nmbreUo" as pletely cured me." Instantly relieve -
x: railed thej".bt. II1." Near the center, eyes! ahouldnot, be fixed on the arrow "a (fashion of) round and broad fanne
and not exceeding ten i and which are now or hereafter and permanently cures all throat wand
; where the ,bow Is held. It ls bound with but at the mark. Keep both eye op nand wberwlth the Indians (and from them I.'
velvet which part Is called the "han look steadily forward, and ralae mills tot.streets, parks, buildings and I may be authorised bylaw. our great onespreserve themselves lung diseases- ; prevents grip and .

awl In each of born is a notch other i liprofuifenU to bo '1/IacfcJ t o 1 from beat of pneumonia At all drng eta }
dle tip or lower the bow lu the proper direc Article 3. The lunuunt of the capItal a scorching sunne. I > gnai : t

for the string to rest In. called the tion. The targets are Pied opposite the credit of the Commissioners o<)' stock shall be Fifty Thousand T. Den! Ionian and Beaumont and anteed; 60c ad $1-00 Trial*bettta

'nocL"Tbe | each other at about lxtr yards apart Public $Torks. $50,000.00)) Dollars, divided into Five }likewise the "umbrella" wasa tree. ,.cs
string of the bow Is manufactured : The arrow are shot first to one target sonsbade. According to (1288)
The Council also:levy such
City may i Hundred shares of the round
((500)) par value -
or hemp or Has. !lie hemp when the archers pick up or extract an umbrella was "a little thing A Pleasure to AJ1
.trtng* wear tbe'longest, though they the arrows, and the marker addltloaU, tax not exceeding firemills of Ono Hundred (1100.00) Dollars that women bare In their hands to No'PU1 is aa pleasant and pcaltiv .

sketch more'at first, but. being more cores for each before drawing from a.ina be necessary: I for lighting each which shall be payable In !lawful shadow them; also, broadbrlmd hat DeWltt's ":.",
as Uttly Early Risers.hs
elastic bear a harder pull When I It, let the target after which the archers thef;lty.Section money of the United States of America. to keep off beat and rayns;also a kind !.i"

necessary to fix a fresh string to the shoot back again to the other end and :%. All ordinances''|and parts I Fifty (50) per cent of said of round thug Ilk a round skrwn Famous Little Pills arc so mild sa1"effective 1-. ':
bow care must be taken-not to break that gentlemen rue In Italy in time of that .xhlMren ..ebateti.leg
so on until the whole number of ends of ordinances; in conflict with the previsions capital stock shall be subscribed and
the composition. The tie should be ent. ommer. and weak people enjjy their clan-i.
have been shot Butts also used to
hereof be and they are hereby __.
_
paid lor in cash before said
worked at end held the corporation -
Ute eye one shoot at being built of long mounds i sing effect, while string people :s y"; j
allowed to down and I I.the repealed,! shall transact business and --.- .
bang
i other part any beat
of turf about
feet and the .
eight long five. they are liver pili ever eo&!.
!
half
batter beetInto
of
the end of Passe!-October 10, A. D., 1905. ; a cup ; -
eye passed over upper : the balance shall be payable In cash J
wide. height of seven feet the depth
W. H. Howell Houston Tex ;
gradually one cup of sugar; :says: J\\
12M bow. .. if P. W.
diminishing gradually from the bot- Hahn call of the board of directors.
upon -
it K for a lady It 'may be held from' than add alternately! half a cup of milk "For years I have use! Little Early -:
tran to the : |President City .Council. '
top. Article 4.The shall
corporation
two to two and a half inches below and two cups of sifted flour sifted sera Phi In my: family"No better.
jtf- When more than two are used, they Attest: |M. R. Kellnm continue fun with ;,
and have power to exercise again three level teespooafuU of
baIt stet '
If for gentleman aa for
tile sock; a ire ranged in sets, each set consisting pill can M used constipation ;1
bob lower varying it according: to the of four about ,|i: City Clerk. its corporate franchises, privileges baking f powder: flavor with a toa-; headache, etc. .'t 'UIh..** famotsa :
thirty yards
apart
Approved: October 10, A. t>. 1905. spoonful of vanilla extract and add .
length and strength of the bow. The and immunities for the term of
and forming a chain of lengths of at the (put the whites of three )little pl1l.to' So'I by Pi csyne Drug. i.Cs. i.
the side of. | Join BewellH eggs '
hand Is then pasted along 80, 00 00 and 130. yards but so disposed t ninety-nine ((99) years from and after beaten .

G, tb bow .and string .to the bottom as not to stand la the way of tile Mayor. the commencement of its corpor-. 1r1.
'nock,, road which ,, the string It
archers when shooting at any of th* It at existence.
t t1ne4'&D4 fixed by the noose.. When -
' J Ienrtha. '
$traag a, Udy.: bow;. W'iIl.bue. the .Where archers. rove .frm plaoe to NOTICED' INOORPORATION'laC. Article" S. The business of the corporation SEABOARD
!>\ about five and a half Inches shall be conducted by a boardof
string place and hare BO fixed target it is To Whim It Hay Concern;
from.the belly:of the bow a gentle- willed "Kvings." The archers sheet -' not less than three ((3). directors, a
Notlc Is
that the
hereby given
undersigned
r;r, coin's about half an inch'morVTh* at trees or any ether object that they president, vice-president ecretary Air'Line
of the string-opponite the handle Intend to apply to his Ex- Railway
1: part cbos Th winner *f the first treasurer and general manager and
( la bound round -jwlth 'waved silk In shot chooses 'the next' and to on. cellencr);;Napoleon P. Broward, Governor I such other officers agents and em-

. order: to prevent Its being frayed,bl the .distance being from 100 to 200 of :the State of Florida., for letter FOR
ployes as from Urn to time be
I, thearrow,.which.Is sent. from athat yards apd aU arrows falling within patent on the proposed. charter may "
'"t
)I. As coon a* a string becomes too soft to the mark than the adsersary'a directors. Any two of said offices ex- Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore
,-,. This ? .
t, and tbe'fibers too straight it must be arrow. The dress were at arch- cept the office of president In the dIscretion .
J': New York
f rubbed with beeswax and a few torn ery meetings is very pretty and be Brundage. 'of the board of directors, may I Philadelphia .

'r, i given to it to shorten it and twist its coming. For ladles, greea jackets and k J. M Hanley. be filled by one and the same persons. | Two Elegant Trains Daily, if'

\;"-4* strands a little tighter. 'A spare' string hats, with three-plumed feathers, and ,'Ii S. L.. Patterson" The number of the directors of the Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail '
ahonU always be provided. for gentlemen.i' dark green, with Ct'l't'1ahat 1 CHARTER. -
? Arrows variously formed some and feather, but this entirely depends f i corporation shall be fixed from timeto Modern Pullman Egnpment.r

,1: being of' uniform thickness through upon tbe taste and Inclination I We ciao undersigned do nereby associate time by the by-laws, but the number '

J"GUt,., others thicker in the center or of the clubs.-S.w Tork Herald. [ |iirselves together for the purpose If fixed at more than three shall ONLY LSS? ':

:: larger at the point than at the feather of6rganizlng a body corporate be some multiple of three. ,
op 'itlng dill? abroad; slespsrs frDD: Jicksoaiillj( I :to lei Orleinx. .
v 'f' ehd. the last shape''being consideredtb w.... ...._ !under tie laws of the State of )' or- The names of the officers and directors i
.;: best form' for'shooting. Arrowsare In the year! 1SS4 great commercial Ida If. y
who conduct the business "
>>' made of white pine having at one distress wasexperienced throughout are to I For fu! information a"td sleeper reservations, call on any agent the .
l The following Is the proposed charter '
!
endpoints' of Iron'or brass firmly fixed France and )t. Worth, the famous of the corporation, until those Seaboard, or write "

','; : aDd -usually a piece'of heavy wood fashion originator and dressmaker was for the intended corporation: elected at the first election shall be w

.J:" spliced on to the pine between it and called before a parliamentary committee Article-1. The name of the corporation qualified are: **James T. Brnndage, l MCDONNELL W't seL pass m* jacisoaiiiie FU

the point by which their flight is Im Instituted to inquIre Into the sWI be "Miami Traasfer Company president; J. M. Hanley vicepresident ,"

-F. 1.. f'On4..U the other end.a piece of causes and asked'for his theory and ," and Its principal place of business and general manager; 8. L. Patterson -
F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. ARt.I Z
-;, .born la inserted, in which is a notch for his remedy. The salaries of the president int Dade county Florida with secretary. and treasurer, and I
the string,and they.are armed with of the republic and the ministers, -
principal(fofflce at Miami Dade county James.T. Brnndage, J. M. Hanley and -
said th* great man EaUSsxr. ought to
three feathers, one of which 1* of a different -I .
e color from the others and is intended be considerably raised because balls Florida S. L. Patterson, shall constitute the

: to mark the proper position of cost much more than dinners and oVflcial | Article!2. The generaf nature of board of directors.

-ii', ; the arrow when placed on tie string people ought to,be paid salaries buslnesi.io be transacted U to establish The organlatlon! and first annual LOW HATES.i

; this one always pouting from th* bow. handsome enough to enable them to acquire, own. equip, operate, conduct meeting of the stockholders shall be

8, ',To string tbe. bow, take It by the glue "great many bails. U.. Grrry anij..;maintain a general transfer held on the 22d day of November.
said,Worth' In disgust only two I. '
gave
f land In the right hand and the
place livery pr other transportation business. D. 1905 In the city of Miami, Dade
::: ,
ball a year i and the crush was so ,
: bottom end vpoa:tile ground resting M *
.t For Occasions Via Southern
that Florida The annual meetings Special RailwaY'
against the hollow of the inside of the great ladle elected to wear their county. ;

Tight foot. keeping the flat aide of the old dresses rather than buy new nee, To buy, len lease or otherwise to thereafter shall be held on the second ". .

tbow--(caDd the back) .toward yoa.Tb which would moat assuredly be spoiled deal or?to traffic in automobiles and Monday In January of each and every i: < **-
left In the crowd, j Pay higher salaries give I Dininy Cars. Service A La Carte
o"": foot should be advanced a Ut- motor tehlcles of all kinds wbetherpropel1ea year.

..' tJ* to the right, so placed that tbe bow more" bails and- ark' fewer guests to ;bl steam gasolene electricity The officers and board of dIrecton'10f I
,* each function this was Worth's rem Two Trains Daily East. Two Z'JXZ West
.
Daily
: cannot slip sideways.( _Place the heel
.j. edy. The ladles; relieved! ot..the tear via or olh'er power. the corporation shall be elected at
:-oC the left band
the limb
upon upper would Inept In dresses bit' lease otherwise first annual meeting of the stockholders -
crush
new
:. of the bow; below the eye of the string. To sell or to Leave ackscnvilje 910 Leave Jacksonville: 7:45 p. m.
m.
; a.
would circulate trade would and at each annual meeting
:: view, whU tbe'lJI&'ers and thumb of money deal o 1,10, traffic In automobile and d..i m. 7:55 p. m
revive and an would merrlly'asmarriage I p.
aa
4 'the left hard Slid this eye toward the go other motor vehicle supplies, fixturej of the stockholders thereafter; but

notch la Pie horn and the heel pushes j belU. and fortlshlngs! of every nature .and ,It from any cause an election shalT not $44.25 Atlantic City N. J. and tMt Detroit Michigan. ; and

; 'th* limb frrm tbe the held the of such annual return. On sale! daily; \
away body The Laciest S.*...... kind solver j' be on day T" -return. On sale' dally'Limit
:.Tight, hand polls the hau.J1etoward' j jjoo. A r.mntoon.'a weapon'similar to thehalbectwas $;&* meetings, the corporation shall not. I limited Oct.' 31. I'JOS.. > Oct. 31st 1905.
To establish acquire, own equip.operatehonduct ,
; thus resUtlng'tbe; action of'the ,.borne instead of-a"half on that account be dissolved, but an i ff J "JC Bar Harbor, Maine, and

left by ,which the bow bpbent.:and at pike by officers of ;British Infantry till and maintain' inch election shall be called by the directors : PUT.I J return. On sale daily; Ivlfi AC Chicago, I1L, and return ?

A *b* same tIDe'the'strlDe, la slipped into the year 178& Pointed backwar4 or garagesuknd general motor vehicle repair as soon as practicable: thereafter limited Oct, 31, 1905. .p'! .\ J On Limit Oc
t DOCk, a* the notch is termed. forward. It gave the signal for advance aid j supply. depots or establisn- toller 31.19
be duct notice of the meeting for that tfCJ ,A Saratoga Springs N. Y' ;
are most taken to keep tile threes or retreat and planted upright In the menta it t: such point or points within f
:Footsr fingers free from the string for ground it commanded a halt Specimens purpose being given according to law. PJ't. (' U and return. On sale daily; s

If the bow should dip from the hand can.be seen in 'the Tower armory.In the State of Florida as .the, corporation Article G, The highest amount of limited Oct. 31. 1905. $25 OC Hot Springs Ark., and t.

\ .' and the string catch them they will be the MorningChronicle// of April 15, may. ->'desire. Indebtedness which the corporationmay ;I return. On sale July '18,
severely pinched. -, 1780. there is dlsrcrattnnance -T- eitabllsh 117 A A Washington _D. C. and September
"!. a reference. Ita acquire own equip Itself to shall t .1
,If the bow has at any time subject $0/.UU return. On sale daily. 519. limit odaysexten- ,
been ,long by'for : "Yesterday' the officer operate. Conduct and maintain a line .
I not be more than one-half of the Limited Oct. 31, 1905. tion for 90 ,
time dayaSleeping
some it should be well rubbed, who mounted guard for 8t James', the other t "
.'with Unseed oil before using it Too !, Queen's House (and Tilt yard were of antoinoblles or motor' vehlc- amount of It. then fully paid in capital I. I I : ;I

string'the bow bold it a. la string.a paraded with their swords drawa Instead lee between any two or more .points stock. I :j

Its; tJaeD'pre.** down the tipper limb of tbe cpoatoon for tile first time within ''ts.;line, State of Florida.. Article 7. The names and residencesof Car reservations\ and detailed information cheerfully fnrnishe ,;t

exactly aa before and u If yoa wUhed) I. slnee the alteration took place and we To acquire by purchase/11ft.. lease, the klcbrporatori of the company [upon application. Passenger office 108 West Bay Street t\ :
If: -' to place the'ere of the string in'a''t hear that the amendment (If it be '
r may excn.n6d or otherwise and to tell, and/the amount of capital stock subscribed Telephone 743 'J. C. LUSK. Diat. Para Aft., Jacksonvilli:T15' : ,
: higher nottb.This will loosen the to called)"la to,tate pIMa among all .
'; : : string and liberate.the eye.. when It the regiments belonging to bit majesty. lease o .otherwise dispose of.' real andpersonl for by each are as follows: t *. .

oust be lifted out of the nock by the I I I .", ; property or either" or anytntere4or James T. Brnndage. Niagara falls I .: .

,', forefinger and suffered: to clip down In an old play Major Sturgeon says: ; estate therein without_be 17. Y. 50 shares; J. M. Harley Miami >r

: -floe Umb.. Before nulag! the bow bold 'Oh, could you but see me salute! You ing connned. to such real or personal Fla., BO shares; S. L. Patterson Miami Atlantic Coast Line

It la a perpendicular direction with the. have never aj; spontoon In the house T"' propertjrjas may be necessary for or Fla SO shares. ;
'1 : string toward you and see It the line "Xo," answers Sir Jacob "but we I 'THROUGH SCHEDULE ';
.... ncldeoial to the proper carrying
on have
xTh : In witness whereof we nere-
of the string cnts then middle of the could get you a above pike. } :
.
k bow.,, If not. shift the' eye and noose i i of the business of the corporation oran unto set our hands and seals this 2d Florida. Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina

'f of'th*'string to either aide so U to !I 0'rMt McL ,. pan: thereof.t day of October. A. D. 1905. I ''and South Carolina '

: ;.ntak the. two .noea..c oh.clde.; .Thl.precaution' j.I The greatest of the Mogul emperors 'TUe,|nslness or purpose,of the corporaUorijls 1J. -T. Brnndage. seal J The great Highway of-Travel between
of Inarms! :Akbar bora J .
) Oct 14 1542. .
'
piwnts a
common '
very << from time to time to do 'J. M. Hanley seal

'.{ : earn of defective shootiog'wpldt la twelve He began to{' reign when he was but any onlor more of the acts, or.things 8. L. Patterson seal Honda and t the East and West. North
1: the result ftt aa uneven string throwi years,old and over three provinces .nd'SQuttJConnnJens !
; .. l&C tb* arrow utde.' Aftsc using the only but be extended has empire herein jet forth; and it'may conductIts State of Florida I

.... tow nastriag It. and. If a large party ls over nearly the whole of India. His business lu any part of the State County of Dad, si: Scribe Elegant Pullman Equipment Mixnlfleent DinlBf C}t

.J.; hooting.'after every.."end" it should wisdom and justice' earned for him the of Florida and may have one office. On this"day personally,appeared before : .11
,. '
'be-freed from Ita state of tension. title "Guardian of Mankind. His court :>r more!)than one office within said me, J. M. ,Hanley and S. L. Patterson Rout of the DIXIE FLYER "* -t

".. ,But In thl* respect there U a great dif at Agra was msznlflcent Akbar'i real State. .
1 to well known two of {FLORID \ AND WEST
u
: :'fcreac In*different bows -some good name was Jlal- d-Dean, but when he me : Celebrated I INDIA LIMITED
'S '; ;ooea *oon cedlns> *st from their true reacted the height of his powef be became And in connection with the objects the persons described in and' who Train: i I MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. Jo.'*-1

,1Ihape and others, though Inferior bows known by the shorter name which !hereinbefore\;< < enumerated, to. establish subscribed their names to execnt- ,T-.

.1''. 1 ;la other respMio. hearing any: ordinary menus very great or greatest and in ind eooJIuct anti permit the establishment :'ed the foregoing articles of lucorror- j fSVt-\lnp' MKTBOD OP TKAVKUNO .j

? : amount of tension without damage. Incl'Q h* waV,called the great: nc;uLlie aid operation or any easiness 'a'lon as an4 for the er'fcles ot U.corporatlon"5f Atlas
; .Two potntaumt be attended to when is said to,have kept fiXWO elepnints: i which nay be conveniently carried on, the Wand! Transfer! Com road,(-Oibr cin a" pJ!.ruunso< the I" ."th. on Meat! all principal aKCBcieBa.fc

'taking aim-tbe lateral direction and 12.000 choice, bates and 1.i u0 hunting nd tbt thifectabUshmtnt of !'whlch maySe anal did severally acVrowlelgeto rat of ill ea b. Limit to une jrtar from date of purcLase. For full,complet F..
.. hs distance-atec these la no bow leopard Akbar died !n 1605. was I pany j .* cod reluUv inforoiition. re;artlii.rates, ichejulei, Pullman servlc,flfI.
diraCUy or Indirectly: conducive to executed the ,
'J burled hi a magnificent 'maosoleaia me that they same Wri'e
wblekwln dare ea amir many rard
!r T{ ;perfectly pout blank,.and consequently Mar Agra and was succeeded by his thy ofiiie\ objects: of tie ccrpcraCIoi:: for tLe puri/Cii AUU tiscs :.he.a!. c-;: Frank. So>l,ton:Eist.(, Paa Aft; W. P. 8tariTrsveIio; { ... u well tin contribute to r tIS W. Bay Street Jacksonville .
; a alight devatlosi mast.la an rases lie. 1 to anbsldlt pressed.It { Fla.H. '
z- ,\ 'j, -: ; ; :9T cttbirwUe aid or take pan..la.any witness whereof I.hav* hereunto ,IT M. mrsooTr" *fflo kianacer. W.j. Craig Oea'l PasaenferAjrta .
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to falls powered wftf The .tiniest < It i ,
j JUNE'S] FRESH JOYS. row of .uite baby r&boa. A tleeR
folded belt of faille forma the chief t ;
UY A HOME ._ 1 it iff *-<-* fl 'The
. ) 1l WEDDING .MODES ARE BREAKING component: part of the corsage, a hIAclear Acme: Billiard
picprofessions fTTORNEYS FROM TRADITION., cbemlMtt temporarily rendering Parlor:
AWAY! the corsage a high one while high !
". Ar" .rke COBTUOBI ire \MmmT Rale. the abort lUeere.' [ In view of use for 1309 AVENUE DONE :
n thelLand of y 1 ...... .
.
I .un.' 9wa For a -Tallet octal functions following the wedding I If -
Sunshine P.r BrldSjJMU-DcllBhU fncfeif merit of this adaptable becomes I f II t
lowers and! the corsage
d Parters! a ;ac .. t.e Tiii.....,.*. very apparent BILLIARD ANDrFIVE: POOL TABLES

\ AT LAW. Thewedding season In in full swing I For the bridesmaid pretty' frocks I NOTHING BUT SOFT JRINKS SERVED.
r.: invest in property- that insures a _m,nGUDeta aU,DOli$,I\atII aDd h48nI 1 vitb the twguuaiig or''JIU1 uu year; are ut.UeU: Ui xLIto crystalline :jsUX -
':. profitable interment"We. have I II IIMIalhOlUC1Mfor.UJOtIBaaa4..t1ecII1tI .'or, In fsct!.'Jtty hM TCfmw an un- The skirt, billet with cream lace, carries Cigtra and Tobacco kept in stock 1lfiimL Florida '
I profitable orange grdtes' at remarkably ad 21nM. I isual DumtHtr of hymeneal oelebra- a froufrou of tiny lace edged frills [ i i i'f .
I low prices Acre property '1).Bo&te7. Mlasil. Flu I ions and the old superstition' of the while the bodice: form a fichu effect i i.I m
I, suitable for growing vegetable and ,uuucklii ss J$i<: tlte mouth ..r liiiy fur Leu aui a tlictilicttc of lace. A :8n
citrus fruits from $12.50 to $300 !P.T.. 8KAGOS.!M. D., ::natrimonyemR j to be fading swaj.fbea of ,the trousseau a leaf green chiffon i
'f acre Business lots from $1500 i [ tou. riglimiity U lutuJiug Cue la trlrsmod as fuhicn: now eusseats! ; --
$( per to $20.000. Residences $1000 tot Ofikw with ad Crow Pbarwteyaesld.aos I IconerA.'C iI"ocetuJ ids of the conTentional In with blond lace|and has one of the 00.... ......,. fi
Street
ins
! 118,000, all on.VOD' TERMS.Rentals. 1 redding garments. II. new rucked bodice* set Into a becoming Corner Avenue B ail 11th)Strut.
pointed corselet of lace.
< MIAMI. FLORIDA. A model tor a,bride's town of strltng -
; Fire + I: style aiki much Individuality to pre- The two models of the second cot THE : v
; [), t. JL JACK80K, JB, I*nte11n tfce first cut. A court train of how creations In voile,occurring In re- G. A. MULL!R & SON.lCPfopfktm.
,rhlta fallM4a slung gracefully' from cent: trousseaux. Of a rather deep pint ; ,
i \v OrrtCB: ; w.i Is the first with a high belt of voile Inclosing
BLOeJt'Avs.D the fullness of the simple little
Bl'sCAYMK '
:ioTlt: "
i Insurance..and Collections bodice. Arose crln chapeau accompanies -
FLORIDA. '
it. UIAICL this recherche' toilet, 'the crown flSNARLCSj'totnt
i< draped with the softest of ribbon and k
x Resident agent for the Georgia a-W. M. WILLIAMS, i clustered ,with faded moire de Dijon
Home Insurance Co. roses.
r ,- F A delicate shade of pink TOne is reiponslble -' >r Opca.altbeyeara1L5Operdayaadq'
Wilson &. Huddleston AttorneyAtLaw;: for tbe {companion gown. iII
t Deck Special per week to Co mrcllem.
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Narrow pllsso Trills) of silk the same rAUllllm I .Up 8UJ'U ROOMS, .
f""! f Suite'2. :4, 6 and 8 Office wer BonktBay BscajwQeo. shade trim the skirt, while the bodice L : rAffb' ..66&. .... n.iI.; xY

\ No. 320}' t decoration Includes,white embroidered 4 cc. G...................
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Titusville;,Fla- goes a hat of champagne straw carrying !

15 'Attorney ,and ,Counselor, I damask ostrich rose*feathers. and a bunch of iMeyers & Robinson,

1."J _JO At Law "Hoses, roses everywhere" oath to
1---; ,.. .. be the millinery Ideal for June.
'". TOl practice I.an Co.rt ;: State and TedtrslpRs
.' .,- AMY TARNTJktTk Contracting Electrlciiafis.1Q19
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street I Bet a gas range en a square of line '
I!Filth !Phone Ba. Ave. D Miami Florida
or heavy linoleum as U dens wttb a : v ,
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8th F,,
a.1dIDJe,108 M coal range. It makes the cleaning of
''I IUA.III.FLA. anything spilled or borned very much .
less of a task than,if the dirt had to ,
{iam:. own be removed from a pin*' or ptlattd
J. ". F. Mullelt.M.D. the hooUet*,' the Interior softened by I floor.
I I' sasses of motMMlln de cole and tulle, Keep a small vegetable brush .to
Office and Residence 815 :pbemertlltle that are chiefly rwpon- crab the burners on top of the nag ,YI. SPBCI IITI ., ,ai
1.rtf. I IAYe. ibis for tl&a actual gown. .The 'fulllowlns If they seem to be choked, eUan each
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C. Opp..,Schoohous! skirt'of irbJte chiffon. \*jelled one Individually with a trtrt
Noted i Caute! MIAMI,FLORIDA J,
I From A Hole In The Mountainto
1 amly supply the meat that we supply skylight Is certainly a

to,our,customers. The range steers Dr, J N; Taylor w 't'a :;. transition.your That's how it Is with J. A..Df Nll, .

that are allowed to shift for theme ayr lining, though. The lead and tin
elves until they reach the stockyard Office at from the mine find .us and we.then

1r.Jf} and then'get corn for a few4ay DADE PHARMACY, ,

.- are not what we want nor. Residence 809 Areoue. D. Miami Repair Your Skylight t
iF! what our customers want. 4 Y :From tin getters!to tin letters and
'. i numbers are all In our line. Tin re- I
L Prime Meats. W. C. Maynard, : 4fI *
it\ pairing that stays' and isn't expensive I. Curry's Sons

'i tet what, we' offer.. ;Their tender- GRADUATE OPTICIAN. .I ia HOW VfE WIN TRADE.
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: < .: juiciness and fine flavor are With 'Maynard Son.Jewelers f. TRY US NEXT TIME
'j t; ;-.1 : Key
'biply appreciated.. Amos D Nut 10 Poet Cores : PIONEER CORNICE COMPANY West floridaHfADOUARTERS
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1:. GEO. L. MCDONALD I
.., 'Southern Stone CO.i i Ship Chandlery
I dill latfietrCOCOAKTjrloROTX. Marble & Building:

I" 1: I t.rreynt u4 Sabdl 1;,w.w Lug. FLA.a qctaIt7. H + S.'HOOAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE Materials Of All Kind&.JF.
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tans.Stwelfloations ad Details Made AND All kinds ot repairing Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done at tive3
MOSAIC TILE WORK
f c; for Buildings of All Kinds, Flat shortest nbtice, in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechiafca* ir
Residence a Specialty. '
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!c Orncit..'1315. ATmnnt D. loR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MANTELS; ETC.. .. '-.

|| MorasMata, General Cemteri Work < Dade Title insuranceand I -r'
Gent'sI WALTER 41.\JDKtrAKMO Cq. :
3 f Lamest Woiks Unexcelled T cilitie Loa,Tncimg. Prompt Ber.id.I1i1i1k1ii .;;

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<; Fine"Tailoring' HouseF. MANUFACTURERS OF Paid Up Capital $75OOO. Surplus, 12.OOO t"

Pro .
w. CHAPMAN

I* .EatM.....VM an uMn4.... day..r..\..$iforJi.r.tile hoM.week>Ataut ROUGH AND DRESSED Ins res land titles, prepares abstracts of titles,loans and* 'r :)
: 11 BilMMMtk of Pate n.ncko.tas invests money on its own account and for others. Acta aa .
nat ut Lit wlaW COM nrdMi Cant, of maug Scmthm the pi rJondm.asa pplLchU agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, receiver }i
Cool, ,kutiaf,ttklsf U<1 Octtm tatklar or guardian. Address all communications to
'. Delray. Florida PINE tUMBER.II f-

S. L. Patterson, Sec. and T rea. Mi mI. ltoridtF
A.W. Graham, Write for prices. Now ready to11 orders.' L .

Contractor 'ntid Builder MILL AT.008MAN. P O. PERRINE DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -"
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Lee as dears t*yo r work aid ye*ae. I
r .,. XttamcM i.. ltaed. Brad jICIIIW lid I I
Wo'J.lcy win call a.d.M 10& P.a k&...JilIaaLl'1a. : | | AND DISEASED HOOFS S E' ; .

: Merritt' &, Kolb, : DhBurnhamSpecialist > L. R. LaFontlsee 708 7th ,St

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C, near.12th St.,Miami. PU I'_

I TelePboaelN ,. LOifTON &EINI6

/ stcxtioHrtl ffadoaal Bank> ExpertTgpewriterRepairing { at'
If you =a sufferer with Chronic or Blood Diseases. Al,

y.. .. Female Diseases and Derangements: most successfully treatec I ,

:R6ss's Awnings I w. c PRESTON r Also Rectal and Genito Urinary Diseases j
304 9th St. P. O. Box 31 ;

y= 38 ATC.Srq... ;'I I _Ehmann '. Up-Stlirs : : : : Metropolis BuildingsljCCESSORS.TO R gel Engines 15 horsepower. $450
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Complete 3 horsepower : : ,:: $150
RichmondBoronrh Architect i ,' .
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8th Street ; _

.1' h Mumi.FUMONEY -Aft for. I. Walls, brad1na Blaattng Drilled Sidewalk h l\ f,;... CHASE & BARNEY, Inc. Fire !f Complete bicycles at low prices, tires, '

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New Curt, for'Cancer1'An 1 -
TO LOARr ; Tornado, Switches Dynamos. Very best on the market
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r iin to be curable by ftacUen's Arnic CrAte **J Insurance !,
) [ Shnrt:or Long> Time Salve. Jas. Waltersj; of Dumel Va.:.. \
writes:' 1 had a{cancer oa my li
(MaterialiPitlinj
for,rears that seemed lacorable tirBnckTen's : : '
Easy Papents FIDELITY BONDS 1
,Arnica Saiye healed it.ant :

now-,1t 1a.'Pereet1t\\jwtn. ,Ouranlec I ud.Wmloiis*,. Lofton & Einig

Go cure.for cufsrandjhuro9.! 25c, at al I East Ecd Uiimi ,Elitr Dock OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI
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s ISLAND CITY -. Oeo. Q. Brooks ':for police justice, wa (TWO tR' ZEFIGHTS health at'. the time the certificate was
equally as interesting as the city elec: SCHEDULED FOR TODAY Issued. .
; tin."There were"a few more votes'thai .
NEWS: NOTE II
If. at' the first election notwithsta'nJtn// K.\'man
AI and Jack O'Brien and '
I many of the sponging fleet had let t ;jij ,
port. The majority for Knowles In th s Jimrny. Briggs and Arthur Cote '\
t x 'Metropolis Bureau, '. to
second and third precincts was mater I
r : f I" Key West. Fla, Oct. 2& !tally cut down and, Brooks won by a ban "IFranclsco.' Cal. Oct. 27.- Billyilanejfchas wher
r, j The Chamber of Commerce has taken majority of 29 s'i. arranged for a match between them. I

} up the'matter of Inviting President The result was known about 7:3C: I .' Kaufman and Jack O'Brien, we
T I 'Roosevelt to Key.West and the mes Ip.I m when the siren(' whistle Iron i I I j which 1111 como off before, the SanFranc'sip that "

t' urea sent and received by Secretary I j the electric light plant opened up and! Athcltlc Club this evening.
y Martin chow that every effort possible 3' was taken up by thousands of people! Both fighters; are said to ,be in gooJ these '.
te has; been made. The quarantine authorities. |Iin e\ery part of the city and lasted I i condltieii anj a lively bout' is expect upon

I Dr. Porter at. Pensacola, anj i several hours. About 9, p. m., the''led.' Jlck has asked for clean breaks
t the VnlteJ States Marine Hospital anthoriUea 'four brass bands of the city began to, I but Dtdaney, convinced that the .San W. I.L Douglas k

i' at New Orleans, have been : play and marched over the streets i Franclacb fans would not patronize a

!L wind( and.lt has been agreed that In- : from one end to the other and follow,J fight of! that kind insisted. upon a can

tamnch as the war vessels, which will Jed by thousands of people. There, stralgh tule. fight.
v' j bring the President wilT not go nearer i seemed to be' a great awakening and Blddeford. Me., Oct 27. ,- Jimmy thin

'than the mouth of the Mississippi river the people were surprised at such, a Brlsss.!|;;f Chelsea and Arthur Cote,
.j I a rocal; will fight a battle here stant Shoes
? K win not be necessary to quarantine Waterloo. gboier 1t
., the battleship when ahe arrives The canvass showed that Brooks received tonlgntfinder the auspices of a number be
I of piports from this part of the "
1.048 and Knowles 74S. There t n
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'tlsereMr., A. C. Curtis, .who has charge of !I was over 2,000 votes poll*). The first State. |:;The fight will come off before t it
'-. f the De Forrest wireless station in this ward led by 800 votes, toe second with the! Biddeford Club, 'which was same
r j 575 and the third 675. Before half of recentlyl>rganlzed. The fight will-be New In the world. Any style ;
} c.1tT, whlcnjs owned by the navy stated
the votes were canvassed it was plain of fifteen rounds, for the champion [as
..q# ,that the station picked tip the in pat., tan vlci or box
battle-I be that Brooks had led ship of:kew England. from
:l. ship :West'.Virginia 'at 3 p. to seen by ;
F 'rhursday, 300 miles from Key a good majority. From a political Wi ity. pith the very latest shapes
lie Atlantic !standpoint! the victory WB a great one NO CASES DEVELOPED '
Coast and kept in corannnlcation -
Cot. Brooks the leaders of the STOCK is COMPLETE
with i for as AMONG NEWCOMERS
'iJl t- her until her arrivalthe
,' '. ;,Democratic and Republican, parties,the 'B I I
>ff bar.AH messages for the oft 1'
era of the snips wilt be sent by thewireless court house and city, hall combinationswere To Nevrbrl*.n Is Remarkable SUtelment I

outrto'thevessels and there all against him but what was of Dr. White.' to and F. 2.50 to $5
more than all.the common people were ..9
rfll ,be no communication! with the J] -
with: him victory. ...
4 I, ihore, and has received orders not to and he went to Saturday t"J.'
the board aldermeu'metand New Orleans, Oct. 27.- "We havereceiv4ia ami
night or
4 lock at Key! Wes..but take on coal
canvassed the and | New Orleans during the for $5
vote he was
porn the barges. The West Virginia
f:; In congratulated host course jit! the fever several hundred ,
eft Saturday 'afternoon for New Or- sworn and;, by i f J I '
of friends.'ULINIOS. personal who came from infected lo-
ti.e' will boarder to
uu"where President j j '
G calitles'hod not in a single Instancedid !
f and,win be kept in direct com CENTRAL acres Co."i] ShoeCo
the-dever develops among them. ;
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nnnlcatlon.with Washington. througH ,
This Is i statement of Dr. .IL J
RAILWAY OWES TEXAS fhb Wb.te!
1f Zey West Chamber of Commerce In- :
SurgeodjUnlted States Marine Hospital
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rldng the, (President to !stop at Key Service La
In New
charge at Orleans,
"" West and offering him the hospitality Chicago, October 27. The directors in y f

f ft *' .UM; city. > ./ of the Illinois Central: ,Railroad to your ftght.correspondent"The to control and' overthrowthe east. ,

w This message:1FiDi;'delivered to are preparing1: for a big legal battle, yellow fever epidemic: at New, -.I.II

ti i- ''he President* when' 'he gu Into the to fight the claim: ;; of the State of Illinois Orleans io';; 1905 will go down in history and ,
>3Wt It win also Inform him that It many lots 2 I
about ,
of 133,000,000 for backtares. respects as a battle
F h e, Key' (Weat extension of the East According |to an'opinion)11'8n whleh.l\r\ ugh' forward some remarkable range E tI
'3oast Railway;will begin'work, inW a :
by Attorney General Stead.for the anjJ highly significant features." acy
; daJa'a4 wishes him the '
to take
guidance of State;; Auditor McCullogh continued.. Dr. White, "and one of the T. '
Int spade of dirt toward this j I
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the Illinois! Central Railroad Is indebted most Important? lessons of all was that, M. I
enterpriseThe.;people are anxious
to the state to the amount of'133- which showed us that we could take cayne it ia but just that '
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:tor the 'President to, Tlsft'the Island : ;
a 000.000.. This: Includes seven_ per care ofpersons from other Infected of $ ( new and the purest and best
i Sty and see the great work being done I !
cent of its gross receipts and the territorials without -their 'developing will be equal to the best..
a liere ,the government
by and Inspect
taxes on all its rear estate and per- the disease.! It must be understood to and will take pleasure in
,She( fortifications of America
sonal proper y. including stocks. It that Ne'jrOrleans has been open to acreS I I at all hours, dar or night
Mr., nagter' ban. also taken the matter Is expected that j auditor: MeCullo; all point:... and requites but one thing range ,

v* ,$ njTandwired.the President to take win levy ,this:; year's tax ,on the basisof from pejrions' coming from ,infected localtUespi 809 ,Avenue..
't part In.Inauguration the Key Westrailroad tills opinion and a big legal fight health certificate from the i ii

mea on. is expected as the railroad companyIs I local health officer stating that the are

'kwL : The election! yesterday to.decide the j determined _to: resist the assessment bearer Bad not lived In a house where down i ,
tie rote between Chas. L. Knowles and and its'collection.' yellow i l per exists and was In good :tion.:

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