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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade 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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. JULY 21 1905
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BOARD OF TRADE HELD [HENRY lAMAR, A COlORED MAN, I NEW CITY GASOLINE-- ORDINANCE E I'


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t In the channel, when In reality there Was Carried There for a Dead Man But an Examination Proved Beginlng Saturday morning. 1811thlD"iortY .
CROP CONDITIONS
was not enough water In the mouth of -leht hours hence, the city

ppoints i a Special River and the channel tor'. rowboat to pats Him to be Alive-Died Later-Had Been Brought From ordinance prescribing against the .

through at times. Thia report which Report for Past Week Furnished by

Harbor Committee and Receives Mr. Prout referred to was an account Little River With Fever-Coroners Jury impaneled.Many the Weather Bureau. storage .or maintaining of gasoline. ;

( dynamite other high la
or explosives
of Coast dredges
East
of the progress
Business
t Report Giving which appeared a few days ago with any quantity within the corporate i
The week' gave ample lo locally
of Miami Port For Past which the government work has little curious, tragic and even romantic I wards Mr. Miller summoned County heavy rains over all districts, except limits of MlnamLwlH go Into effecLaad

to do. The article Mr. Prout objected i deaths occur every day but Judge Herser to view the body as ae a small portion of the northern where unless arrangements are speedily
Year. to stated that Mr. Dodge reported that I
ex-omcio coroner and to their aur more rain Is needed. Report from made for supplying the demand for
the Cast Coast Dredge had made three It Is seldom if not unknown for a
: prise upon entering the deedroom the Hamilton county Indicate that rains tee former there Is apt to be a famineIn
across the bay In Its operationsand to die in an undertaking shop.
trips person
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e supposed corpse was seen to move have been Insufficient and that cotton
a channel ot this line as the fluid Is in popular
that It had dreJged
,'- Such however occurred Wednesday, and an Investigation showed that life I has suffered. Most of the cotton

i-The Miami Board of Trade met lastttlyht from eleven to sixteen eetwhlch Is no when Henry Lamar a negro man aged was not extinct and that the ma counties however, have haJ too much use for cooking purposes.

.In the rooms of the Fort Dallas doubt a fact but that Is the part of about twenty-five years expired in still lived. rain, resulting In a deterioration of II The ordinance, while prescribing
work, and
The East Coast company's the deadroom of the undertaking establishment Medical assistance.. at that not than
National Bank and was attended by once some plants. Rust and shedding more twenty gallons ot
President only makes It more necessary for theGoTernmt'nt of W. F. Miller. summoned the tide of life was have Increased In some sections and i gasoline, benzine of all combined
number of members. money aaptyu
a good to appropriate more
While the death of Lamar is sad the fast ebbing and a few'minutes after, some fields are getting grassy. :
Brown being absent from the In order that the Government'sshare I can be stored by any one perIOD
,details of the occurrence and facts wards the sick man .was dead.A The rainy weather retards work. A
of the work shall come up to or In one place specifies
to order persons any
called '
citY. the meeting was leading to his demise are more than statement was received from Dr. large acreage was set to sweet pota

-fcy C1ce-President T. V. Moore. After that of the East Coast company. ordinarily interesting. The dead man DnPee, at Uttle River saying that toes. The com crop Is generally' thauhe same articles caa be supplied
financial condition of the Board from metalle tankwagons
Tfie consumers
reading of the minutes of the it seems, had been working at Mer- he had be-n treating Lamar for chronic good, though there are, small sections
discussed at some length and the or In other words, that
E. ,e.Jnackman. was rill's camp at Little River and was stomach trouble and that he believed where the crop will be below the average. gasoline i
previous meeting by Secretary of the Board were requestedto be peddled about the
members can city
taken ill a few days ago with fever. it to be the cause of his death. Cane, as a rule. Is doing well. s
I the reports of special com- come forward and pay up their but f If properly confined la tanks.
lie received medical attention The bulk of the melon and cantaloupecrops

; ,mittees were called for. yearly dues In order that the debts growing worse, be engaged a tt'aDto UP TO ARGUMENTSAfter have been shipped; small lots So far wean' be learned no one 1

The special committee on drainage of the board be paid. bring him Into theclty. This was early of pineapples are going forward. has made preparations for meeting

.appointed- ascertain the .cost of The board then adjourned till the on Wednesday and later In the forenoon baring been on trial since Citrus trees are vigorous, but the the emergency In this manner and U

.draining certain land west of Miami next regular meeting. the cart. In which he was 1 nr.1ft''hed Monday morning and resulting la one crop yield win be short Less rain the statement that the state law requires

the city and for some time ,of the haii'est legal batues ever fought wl'h partly cloudy to douJywc.ther. I a license of $4SO for peddling 1

up the/Miami river with a view to FIREMEN HAVE PRACTICE the sick man was driven about thestreets I in this city, the testimony in the would benefit aU crol'LKANSAS gasoline Is correct, there appears little

; asking the Florida East Coast Railway In an endeavor to find a room : foreclosure of lien case of the Miami I probability that any onewin undertake

Company to extend their drainagersttons Aid for him. Many persons saw him ube Transfer Co. vs. C. T. McCrimmon.: CITY BANK the venture. The Standard Oil i

to that place made a re- Change Has Been Made in the lay prostrated and semi-conscious was concluded this morning and thearguments CLOSES ITS DOORS Company, of course Is In a position

[ committee h'ad been un- Man at Headquarters In the vehicle, among them Undertaker ,I sot to begin at 2 o'clock to supply consumers with this- article

j port. As ths Miller .who advised that he be got 'I this afternoon, the court announcing Held Paper of Devlin to the Extent of feel: though the present factlK oiL.

able to esecrtttn tho errrOJOmate cost The fire department held Us weekly ten to a room and medical assistance that but two hours romp be allowed of One Hundred Thousind tea! Keietalnrd by (there ere considered

I work, the tine was extended BO: sub 1clcat lo meet the demand.
ot th
a
practice Tuesday and there was a summoned as soon as possible. each side to present Its case.

S and the coxmfttce'will: take up the good attendance of members of the Half an hour later the same team! The grand Jury Is still out and has Kansas City. Mo. July %0. -The The gncettat at butt to perplexing

I matter with the raBway company as organization. The boys were put went to Mr. Miller's establishment made no returns to the court throughIt City National Rank fatted tq open Its an'1 thU tIre text week: we may be

soon as the etcinwrs can furnish It through various 'drills, lauoer work, and the driver informed him that La Is expected: that a report will be doors today. The bank held paperof treated: to tin sight! ct the gethousewives

It was wad.calln. water throwing, coupling, mar WM dead. Mr. Miller was veil : received tomorrow morning. There C. J. Devlin to the extent of about o.' Mlam! Ling to the
with the required inlonaatlon. '
etc, and the horses were let out on busy at the time with arrangement la an Impression that the jury Is Investigating one hundred thousand Jollara. The links with their cans for ta lr allowance .

developed: la the discussion of this good runs. After the drill the department for a funeral and the driver wit- the Davis mnrJer case failure is a direct result of the cloo cf fail much*the same'as the

f work that ..i], the railway company had one of its !social"blowouts" other assistance carried the man Into but.this Is not so, the probability being Ing of the First National teak of people cf the north seek the coal yards

win bear the whole expense of thisdrainage which Ii a feature of the oragnizatlon. the deadroom and deposited him that It will be one of the last cases Topeka. of which Devlin was. the principal I In the wintertime for the necessary

f work. It owns but about one- and the cry was Who wouldn't' be affremanr on a cooling board. Shortly after taken up. stockholder. article with which to keep warm y yI

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CIGARETTE LAW DID NOT PASS
,e A change has been made In the paid

Secretary Blackman presented statistical man In charge of the are station.
I
Lovers of the "coffin nail" otherwise t
which will Dave Peter J.Moreau: has been engaged an!
Information
known as the cigarette will be
appropriations he entered on his new dUes this
a bearing on future Interested to learn the following,
harbor and channel morning. Mr. Morean has had a great
for
j from Congress
from the Pensacola Journal which explains
at this point. This lai deal of experience In the business '
:i Improvements requested by the and will make a valuable min for the Itself:
formation had been For time there has been going
some
la its place. The hones are learning their
'compilation
Government for the rounds of the state press a newsitem $$500.00 WORTH
remarkable rapldltyand
; official reportand the report showed duties with to the effect that an anti-cigar ,
when the sounds for drill they
from Miami, leavIng gong
I that the commerce ette law passed by the last legislature .
| by way of Biscayne Bay was as take their places anJer the drop harness would go Into effect next month. I II
old The
1904 as nicely as veterans. ,
follows for the year : From other sources it has been denied
tonnage Fertilizers 2.000I team shows that it baa the speed an.!
Gross : such law enacted.
that a was
424 tons wind and each day prove that it .
I
;
20 tons grain
tons fruits ;
; In order to settle he qenstion Ine
lumber, J.OOO tons; was a good investment. 1
{ hides. 110 tons; Journal wrote the Secretary of State
| 8,000 tons; oranges, 20
,
merchandise follows
and received his reply as : -
64 tons, vegetables. BOTH EYES BLOWN OUT OF THE
tons; tobacco Tallahassee. July IS. 1195.HonFrank ) 4

1WO sons;.11&511. doors and blln..,'- L. Mayes, Pensacola.: Fla. j :J

| Ujks; total 16,788 tons. Tae cross Chas. Hooks, of Gainesville, Suffersby I My Dear Sir:-Yours received and)11 4
| of the previous bad been
tonnage year
Explosion of Dynamite C.pe.I will state that there was no anti-cig
1S.OOO tons showing a sunslaual In arette law passed by the last legisla .. '

e..easeit, was' Impodble to give accurate -I ture. There was a bill Introduced but
> figures for the year 1905. up As the result of an explosion of 1
It did not become a law.
; to,the present time but It.was stated COO dynamite caps in the rear of thestore Tours very truly.H. 'f famous Sietson' Hats .

In the report that this would! amount of the Baird Hardware Co. Clay Crawford

; to more than that of the whole year of at Gainesville Tnesdsy.Charte Books Secretary ot State.
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1904. This report was ordered sent had the misfortune to lose both eyes
This ought to put the cigarette
tr-1" ingufi to be published la.the and his face and head were horribly
fined and the tobacco dealersboth
pneernment mutilated.
reportIn
at rest for two years anyway. The
the discussion which followed It The explosion occurred about ':10
ahead load with
latter caa go and up !t
learned that the original appropriation violent that the
report
> was and was so e
stock and the former can go on smoking
made by Congress tor harborUmprovementa was herd for block, and the big themselves to death as nsusaL1

at Miami ,was about la which It occurred was severely
building
still the marketat I
Coma Bails are on Just arrived at Sewells
KaU expended there .remaining about shaken .
the market pie.SWEDISH .
[ flW.OOO yet available. Of ,this .rant The explosive was not la the ma.ba'atore. .

expended already, however. It was bat la a bonding used as a SONQ FEAST. V. ,
stated that 160,000 which was aot
parking room. Hooks, who U the

I actually applied oa the work ot dredgI porter for the Baird Hardware Co, Chicago July 20. Representatives Best hat in the worl !
tog the channel bat was a aecessray' had been seat to tht warehouse for 1I
would not have of Swedish singing societies through
preliminary expense
the purpose of getting .box. of cape 1
to be met again la the tatare work. for shipment. Noting that the top I out the country are gathered la Ch* ; !

U was realized that more money ago: to take part la the annual festival
!
i was aot sailed os. the man secured a
I would be needed to'complete the chaamwprk hatchet and nans with the InUntloaof of the American Union of Swedish i

[ to a'proper state of asefnl- Singers. The festival opens witha
making It more secure. It U pronamed
1leu: sad'a special committee was appointed mammoth concert tonight la the
that the point of one of the
to take up the matter lookingtoward Aadftortnm. Miss Anne Hellstrom. J. Sewell ft -
nans,came in contact with the contents Bro. .
further appropriations. The the famous soprano of the royal opera
of the bozo when the.explosion ,
chair appointed. Messrs Front, Black followed.Captain.. at Stockholm win be the principal1 .

I nas.bd McKlnnon as this committee soloist. while the chorus numbers

!B., C, Tucker and W, R win be rendered
.with._ iBstrncUons- __ ._ to__compile._ r.-tnformyUoa .. of, the program ,bya 1
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sad tire the matter tae proper Taylor a,member of the firm, were grand chorus of several thousand

.....JI"C"Wlthln a few feet of the scene voices recruited from societies aD over
tilt additional -
attention an approprlatiea
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be secured tor the Miami when the explosion occurred, and the country. Another concert: win

[ channel.la I both were severely shaken up Capt be given tomorrow night. The two 304-306 12th Street :::: Miami Florida

speaking about the work that is I Tucker declaring that the concussion following days wffl be given over to t

BOW being conducted. Mr. Prout made lifted him dear off the floor. Fortunately outdoor festivities at Rlvervlew Park. .

stirring speech In which he exhorted the genUemem escaping: the Arriving trains today brought many
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flying mlsJes. A bole was made lathe visitors from all directions aaj the
the members of the Board of Tradeto
floor directly underneath when attendance promises to be of record-
do active work and pledged his
hearty co-operation la anything that I the box rut. and 'a window nearbywas : breaking proportions. The Dakotas. ,Manufacturers Sole Agent for Miami

shattered. Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin: win
of Miami's
;would lead to the betterment -
harbor facilities. He said that Hooks was taken In an ambulance be especially well represented.

tb.re were many .false'': impressions I to a physician and surgeon when

reports current about the work attention was rendered, but his condition The'county commissioners of Polk

I BOW going on. He said tnat be had' 1s considered serious. It was i county have appropriated $2.000 for

even seen It stated.in the Metropolis} a miracle'that the unfortunate man I' an,exhibit from that county for the

that there- was sixteen"feet of water was not killed Instantly. Stale Fair at Tampa.. ..


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I j All this talk about trusts Is mostly city primaries save teen called. LITTLE BREECHES t
-.. i i ii. A arse number of pleonie from
ft UIMU. fre*. S. B4t Dds *Irwi. number from nonwnw. I tell fOIl:. and I hold no The officers of the city of Miami wtn i ibf
!I necessity, and a larger i I brief from the trust, that no man has rckTtrJ at three primaries. The
the ilarnl Printing Company | the habit of the thing migrate | AND BLUDSOE
f mere Un iu a position to know more of EircumCommittee made the call JIM

: Entered at the Postodce at Miami, I i iFU to other climes during the summer !, the Iniquities of trutsta than I have for August ::. m> that the citizen

II I u second-loss matter. |1 month, in search of rest, recreation been and yet I declare that nothingIn '101 the place could bare ample ttme TWO POEMS nUT ALiDE A STATE iL4.Y FAMOUS
Ibis country has been toucheJ bya which to the,
1111 study matter<< ovtr-
't6 The most Southern newspaper pubj j health cooler breeze perhaps and tniht that has not been caused to lime In hich to rexolve the qualifications BY JOHN HAY LATE SECRETARY OF STATE."
llshed on the mainland of the United : others from purely business reasons.
.! I grow and improve.I of <-><-ry candllaie In their --

Sites I J' But for whatever reason for whatever. "I lake the things you hear too mini and make. a chaiN blcn is -tint* fino.. ...>." aid "J... l' i......" s r, the t r.. .?*,!'. ih.twin .ads: tae tae....
:' whatever business one !I mar II.., fa..... uo! 11 "'" ... '1>.ndwBn ....
those 51.M.a.rrp.r. *
Six nionths.......... .... .. .. ... l-0o' puropse. or on M>rlout-ljr- wildest stories about 1 best suited to ell the tarious positions. a. It ..... "h I. ,.. ....101 of trttrn.katl bare hm> 1.'If'....... Tk* I..an..lawM VTMOT" AM...
One year.....................IS-00 t sties in quest there is not an hour in j trusts and the harm. they are doing I tw, lu ....
Those paying in advance will re- .. the day! n day In the -wcekl nwhlch Everything touched by a trust In this It was for this purpose that the

calve a, years subscription for L50. the mind of each anJ everyone does I iMjntn. I reset has been Improved I city primaries were railed at that '
and six months' nbscrlption fur 73:; J j;not revert back to the home from in quality and raised In price. The I dale that all might act Inu Slice ntly, "LITTLE BREECHES. [ "JIM BLUDSOE t

i cents. This ia a liberal discount to In I which he comes; to the place of his I Lrukts have given Mobility to labor. for when the ptocple ol Miami dO

dace strictly advance payment I natMty or adoption as the case may The side upon which the trusts are I act t b. art well. I........ ... w.ck us ...u _. I wall BO' I Nat l.n! .e.kihn"M,.
-- { Ue-Florida. .'''.oII.tbp side upon which they shouldbe The MrtropniU) has DO fear that I S. alI It.... ._. i its--ai* ba duet tiv.. ,.. wr
; JULY 21. 1905. j There Is hardly a single one of these checked .and ruthlessly, too. U thatthey !lthe wrong person !* to dip Into of Bat I'" *.>< BHldl s' ,...It, rl;j.ir. I' .....,.a,.......,... ...,.., tllo' 1aW1L.wts
On tk+ hjoillal o',&..... 1 know.t I ilk* and .
mlgrators who would leave: If put to JtUiirth yea s
life. Not
public
I our fice. If It tad thought to .it total
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ii. t paa om 5. pruphrt Wkarka.*y,* lM.BtoriM taut thrkr
J It is astonishing cow much more test of being compelled to stay away with the I
content enormous profits not from the ginnnz have advo- .... '
Ad .It. **4 tkju "n of lki>(. That rIta< ..t bard l tai* all
t fluently Congressmen talk about increasing after once !going:, for the few comparative they obtain ,they seek gifts at the laird the .p......I.of ibe new city n.t i k'l..tr i. God .... ,......... !!... Jim., Hwlw .*...t Ie hi*tbwt*
I taxes than they do about cutting discomforts which they imagine hands of the peoples representativesto charter. The Metropolis has eiery r..., .,..... ,_ aptla.t.pr..a., Tee rskt of Ib* M1* bkluy

down expenses.. j i they put up with during the heated which they are not entitled. It Is confidence In the judgment of the I raw. l I.u. (0... wttk toot t raap. H* wrmt son; ....!- ik.in ... _a
term are fa far over-balanced by the there that I find fault with the trusts.It I Miami voter as It has never In tnt And.> liltl (..>b* HUM *SuBtf.No hall patty .I1oIt ahl..
I : fw.,.y Ar-o!" ia ttw ....IT. On JEawhvs.Bi4cMbi.Rilt: ,
The Metropolis has no objection to delights: of the fall winter. and spring is there bould be
they held beck.
i | I past had cause to hide Its heal for Costa Wai k'm' far pans sad.trutr. jh.daiMbr_ hr ". i. Tilt.:
I
the hundred or so Increase in its months that there wood be no question They buy legislatures they buy our Its actions and does not anticipate P.. r sad ..k>i>j>rr ..d ...*.,. A k........ was Ii k<* i lalll .*. JIA' -.
I circulation which the ral.way extension of the choice as between. the two. ludges, our administrative offices.'Eierywhere an opponuunlty In the luture.Thl're Alwaj racy lo wcar .a4 Crkl. 4 a awkward bad ,Ii a roe,
; of th eheart the Led 1'" tarot him l" cleave wrl>ak>r.j sat k*a...r 5.wke4.sd. b..n.e9sftI
it From the fullness
work has given I I
go am struck with few officers fill
I to
arc a more
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l to korp fct Bilk-Mill *. I _Iota k* .*..r kkoe'a hue.
mouth ispoakeih." This is a Scriptural the Idea that the bulk of the peopleof but there are many good men In Miami
Tk .._ du.. like blaikrtA A... tbU ,a.ttk. ,
corn a rrtt.,Wti ha "01- .
Prices In Jacksonville real estate Injunction and. practically applied, it America are nonest ud. pure, and with. whom to fill them. Thereis I pa..4 by Tarrart** feior: To trot hi..ari.e writ:

: are reported staaonary.but the valueson means: that they want good things. Do you much hard work to be done in municipal 1 west IB for a j>f ol MaAi :S*.et to.. pawnl on,tIll r...r,
: Miami property keep on aJvanc- "Talk MtsmL"Wherever know tbat despite this dUposlUoa affairs during the next ytar.but U<1 tlte team at the door. Tu mild thVM bll
I i.- Ing month by month and sales keep you go. in whatever clime honest man In office la a rarity? we have Industrious citizens In Miami nj>> ..a.... at .._Itl.. aa4 .tarud.I Audit v>.r tlla r"lr... ...110 ask kurd OM littW ..iull.And A <.h tp in the same ratio. State or country you may be, When a really honest man gets Into to do the work. This is no ens- kvll-to-opln orrrltM prairbr n.'" b. l'l kr KNUU al!*"Ik* tub
"Talk Miami. office the people rally round him and is In the affairs of Miami but Is simply Wttk tea.. IltU brtvck sad aU.I Till ib* U..wont fot "

U the Rockefeller ten million dollars If you go to a seaside resort ming pat him on the back and say.: -good a step forward, for the present H.IJ.co-o,1if ever t 1M ,.,.Irt.! All busts "ha lblrdajf a"1 1

is too badly tainted for the colleges ling with pleasure seekers, people who boy" simply for the fact that he has Is full of hope and the future indeed wa aliraii trop with *k>*r; And day UM* at taut
to use, they can probably swapit have leisure hours to spend financial kept his hands out of the bag. looks bright. list .. fuu.wd up to -bs.. Th. Moa..ir wa.a erase bay .
I Aad arcbl ,. for stew bills at the United States I advantages which are not burdensome ThIs was new sort of talk.for: the We have good! men for the city: offices Al last n wrack houn ... .arat Aid ... th*can Marti*alu: that' ii k-
Treasury. -- citizens of the Jayhawker State but and we know the people of MIami SDe td .....r a toll .hh. HM1.IV I With a.ai.cr peat 01 hue tatMf val**
Talk-MlamL" Mr. Jerome was more honest and well enuogh to rest satisfied *. dead "b.al-".'.! Unto Cab Aad her fanac en..... with nila aajt I Ipi
No kid kale fo..... ** !
f Bor a ** .
1 Grocers, furniture dealers. mggista, If you go to the mountains meeting frank with them than some of their that they will act Intelligently and
f with invalids seeking pure amvhealtnful own politicians. He declared that AM ker. all ape H.r'H" TIle Ire burst oil as she cWand tb*"bar.
clothing dealers, shoe dealers, hoarding politicians Justly In the selections tney make. 1
Of .; f.ik>r bootees and the :Metropolis are conditions, and care free hours often balk the will of the people .. .......
J a topped *o a mCroUhdMp y .arrow. Aid *laic It M a lash aba tamed aid sude
all doing a good business with those "Talk MlamL" and that In this respect they area TAFT AND WALLACEThe la UM u wBy sad pr"'" For that' wUtor-baak" th* rtfhtlThr
connected with the extension work U you go to the country mingling great evlL Here 1s another quotation a was n..I.'... .,..***.*JUarell'doil.
with healthy sturdy people, who gloryIn from his ibis eke urchM vaa ylayvd!. .
continue speech:
derived will
and the benefits Birmingham Ledger has
gone Aud .. sad Ural Pan Or an th' .........., roar.m .
1, out-of-door pursuits, sports, or agricultural I Take the ease of Massachusetts: for to writing comedy the latest beinga W..t of for MB woW to a tkwpfoUTkat hold br issue.. .'the bash
The Doval county doctors have pass avocations Instance. Look at Cabot Lodge. Does fiction synopsis of the little Wallace- k. *U wu o..wkar tkr. Tin tb Utt valoefs<< Saber." l

ed a resolution requesting the daily Talk MlamL" anyone: that knows Massachusetts believe Taft tete-a-tete about which the newspapers W. but H M ....aad a UBM.kWWktn Through red betAlaek breath *f th. ___
}1\ papers tai refrain from connecting If yon mingle with the business that he could be elected to anything have had so much to say recently. tIM, .k.t ip Ik.taaik*at .lfk'. I.' WI
world of the various cities and towns In which Re baked ...sad MM U.. It....... tkar.fSa Urn BIWMM'S*.*k.was......
the
}, their aames with cases of a surgicalor people had a YoicefHe' If the Ledger's word were
ware Md tlfpr *.d wklt AN they aD bad lr..t 1a Itl.e..........
medical nature. They Jo not want In touch with those who are heart an j about as broad as the edge of set to music it might pus for comic And vaa..a LIHht Bmrkat aad chlrp. Aad ...... h*wld bS > hlawerd ,.."
the public to know who is to blame soul! with those who have their own a knife blade, but God made him fora i opera but here It ia just u the Ledger Ai pun u mt y.. M*. Aid.sties year ben,they al 5.1.fAlar ,.
: for it. and their country's financial progression nun so let him pass. He la con- Imagined it, says the Pensacola "1 waat a ckaw" of t t aek.r. tile soMhetUck fUAad -
at heart- Aid ,Ita&'* what's tile "ate f an." UadtM't beet out *p.....
I.. ". trolled by a little Crord .one of those News: Ia the tmala el tIM Prairie .!.*.\ .
; "Talk MlamL" little machines little of "* How did h. wet that! Aapta.
} There are many candidates already group politicians. Engineer Wallace said: 1 have resigned tads.uJ.iY
B.could mm ban valktd la that st re. B. anal .tain kit at
l I la the field.-for municipal honors andfrankly U yon fall la with,a tourist element And look at my own State the Job because I do not want They just .eoopW dova aadu d kl,. n. ., chases silk" iim.
!: speaking, the Metropolis cannot who seek the country's most InterestIng represented la the raited States Senate want It, but If you Insist I will work T. what" It was sate aad warm 'Lo..,...._. .pieaoa.ataw.sThu
summon up the least particle of sections, Its most beautiful scenery by the Hon. Thomas C. Platt and tin yon get a man." Said Mn Taft: "1 Aad I thlak that ...1., a Uttto ckild ....W.. shook. "balds with hlaitH

fear that a. single one of them 1I1Upro.e its most picturesque spots, its one Channcey M. Depew. You people demand your resignation this mo- Aid brlirlkf tai.At allow.. MM w*bU.t darr foe is a ikar dad aid tiro,..*lkliJAid ., -

{ a traitor to the best Interest fairest forests and most curious ana of the West think hard of me. if yon ment. Said Mr. Wallace: -I resigned U Thai a ...loalic-H *ifkt ar bttwr iid Tk* .Throi!.., A.. t'hrltt a ...ai that.1 d a-roii'..4 for te-bo.MM "hardOi

rl I of. the city.According. "natural formations- mnst.but don't for heaven's sake, don't yesterday and yon know it." Said Mr.

"Talk MlamL" think we are so hardened as to be Taft: Ton gave up the Job for more
#i to the latest Income tax If you happen to be with those who capable of selecting as our representatives -, lucre." Said Mr. Wallace: "I gave It up DANITE. THE HIGHEST the ground tremble while a column of
returns in England, only twenty persons delight to live close to nature, to live In the Senate those two." for pleasure and causes that :yon know I I water shot up Into the air :50 feet.

have Incomes in'excess of $:50- with nature jbe with nature anJ live This Is pretty rough on Cabot and full welL I have dollars; enough." Said When the target was again brought to .

4 .000 a year. And they actually tax nature Itself- Thomas and Channcey. but we take it I Mr. Taft: "You ought to be more paIn EXPLOSIVE MADEThat shore.the effect of the explosion was
r wealth in that no "Talk Miami. that nobody seriously 'that I plainly manifest and of tucn'a aal"i1
country, permitting: ; supposes otic. Said Mr. Wallace: "I have served -
thisj If you visit among the agricultural these were elected to omce the that the Deductions were reaJ1Yr
such: evasion as is practiced in by pop- my country longer than yon have I
country when the tax assessor comes clashes, who make their livings by till ular will of the people.DISCREDITED and will brook no scolding from )"ou." r\ drawn.

j around. ing the soil producing from Mother I Said Mr. Taft: "I will publish an official a twelve Inch shell loa.1fi'1Wlth.1 I Major Dunn when seen at the pros
a email charge of dunnlte. tbeword' lug grounds at Sandy Hook yesterday
i Earth the life-giving products and! tae CROP REPORTSThe card about you." Said Mr-Wallace: only
: moat effective explosive will refused to discuss the outcome of the
It Is :unfortunate for any city to marketable money-making articles "If you do I mill make a statement to
a have published within Us borders a which. are We, sinew and table productions country Is indebted to Richard the public." Said Mr. Taft: "I will say crumple In the side of the. heaviest are I triaL saying It was a government set

newspaper which deliberately falsifies of this United States of Cheatham for the exposures that have that you love money more than your : morclad vessel though the shell fan tret at the present time, although tne'
short of Its mark by twenty feet, has trials to come which would cover a
the real conditions existing therein America- been made in the office of the Agricultural country." Said Mr. Wal'ace: 1" will !I
"Talk Miami Just been demonstrated at the begin- period of time would no Joubt be con
and uses Its influence to belittle Department For some time that tell that you said you only want a constructing I
t .tit the efforts of those who make business If yon visit the famous Lewis and department has been suspected of leak engineer on the isthmus." !|| nlng of a series of tests! at the government ducted more openly

and prosperity for the commun- Clark Exposition at far-off Portland Ing information for the benefit of Then the two men glared at eacn other '| proving grounds at Sandy Hook. "As"to the explosive that bears my

itT Such publications do not deserve Oregon, you wii: be surprised that so speculators. The country has been and Mr. Wallace calked out into the I Accompanied with a secrecy that has name said Major Dunn -I believe It

t nor win they receive, the support many: persons will be gald to bear you frequently asfniredjiowever, that nothIng world no longer In tbe government : male the tlUcusaion of the result almost lathe opinion of th* ordnance department

t of those citizens who take a "Talk Miami. of the kind could occur; that the service and Mr. Taft wrapped the i' prohibitive, the lint test was ,, that they have a destructive material

pride in their city and who are found If yon visit the woods of Maine chief statistician himself could not flag around his' rotund body and wrote !, toKljfor the purpose of determining 'I that is the best In* the world.
always battling.'for its best interests. the prairies of Kansas and Nebraska know the nm of averages 'in the the card. the safe distance that a huge target Its composition Is known only to lids
x j i built to section of an ar-1 i|I government It Is not the highest explosive -
the fruit-laden sections of Missouri monthly until It represent a
report
crop was ready I We. the people of the United State, '\
i
So muiJi: discussion! of graft, grafters and Arkansas the raising sections of for Immediate publication-that the smtlq.l and said gentlemen you are morel side of a modern battle ship .,i'I -not by any nl..Utl-but ltij.

and gralting in the newspapers is : Oklahoma and Texas the mining regions totality average was made up at the !1 both 'lour hired men and you are both could be moored from the shore and 'I the highest exploiiive f bo far Invented

calculated to create the belief in theminds 1 of Colorado and Idaho, the oual- hour of publication from the sectional i| efficient officials and we like you and the observers assured of freedom from I j! that, contained within the chamber of

of the more thoughtless that i ness marts of New York, Chicago. or averages made by different persons, you can wrap: It out In any way that harm from fragments of the exploding. I, an armor piercing shell will contain

t. grafting Is universal; and to, encourage other large cities, the lumber producing each without the knowledge of the !seems pleasant to you.e, the people shela.!: I J Itself until n" after the hell has paswd

them,to engage In It because iney sections of Michigan .the sugar other, and there was no chance to sell are Nitis;!< d. For some time experts of the ordinance -'( fhroii the armor. Then it JestrucI -
s Is To abbreviate raising parishes of Louisiana the i of the have !' fire cork actuated by a primer .take
think: everybody I doing so. or Information in advance or to manipulate department army
place
1 & little, vice Is a mon.terthat orange growing parts of Southern California the figures in the Interest of any: PERSONAL NOTES 1 i. known of the dearru'tltefeet of the

t loses much of its hideousness when we body. GORKI The real name of Maxim explosive substance, nhich named after I

become familiar with It. Let not tne "Talk Miami. Yet is has been proven and admitted Gorki, 'the Russian author Is AlexciMaxImoUtJ is lnsentur.Mej.Ceveriy: WDuan. GOVERNOR'S. APPOINTMENTS;

honestly inclined weakly yield to temp Wherever: you go. whatever you do. that this has been done. The rev I'jeMkov. ,Me Is now about i V. S. A I II a closely guarded government \ Tallahassee! Fla. July 13.-Governor

a tation. There U no real peace or pleas- whoever you see, wherever you stay, elation will greatly weaken confidence :57 years of ace and he won his first i (>('rpt. Foreign nations have Droward has made the following appointments

ore outside of, honesty .and honest I however you live, whenever you attire in the accuracy and secrecy of the pronounced literary liU'CHS'Itb a sought In vain to learn. its com I" :

men outnumber"rascals.Patriotic whoever you may meet reports hereafter. Secretary WUson.nnoun'S shod story publtfBcd 12: years ago. I tlon. :Meantime the manufacture of arI W. R. Patterson of Orangedal. to :
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a+l I ;Talk 1U ml. 'J j that piercing! fb u > '. ._ the new: plan of preparing t. I mot be Justice of the pace for District
'
k : Georgians want the Lcgls- 'Work Miami' UfsfiShow j ,
foOTKEFELLEK ha* gone on until now the arsenals -
monthly reports of speculativecrops If the> Stonaru No. :::. St. Johns county.
lat re' of Georgia to appropriate fif
tees thoi =and Jollars. for an equestrian up MlamL will leave no opportunity for 011 Company should fail and Joha o.Rockffe.ler ] of the I'nlted States are filled Dr. DavidV.. lUiusaur, of Palatka '
Uve Miami speculators to acquire adv.nce Infor : should his with them and almost ..1 the snips Putnaoi
suddenly see to be
-statue of the!late Gen. John B. Gor- ; county a member of the
t" dud., who died nearly two :years ago Return to MlamL mation. But will the public be convinced I flupt-ndous fortuno dwindle the richest of the navy and the seacoast fortification State Boar of Pharmacy to fill the
Bring others!tp Miami. i ? Will not these reports hereafter wan In the world would probablytake have a battle supply on hand vacancy caused by the resignation of
Florida. *
In'PsJe county The bl'l Introduced "
} And tpb wr jatne; win W-Yia. more be less discredited "> and ready for any emergency.
last week In the Legislature more or ? up stenography' i s a means of I Dr. James E. Kirk of Jacksonville.

.for.the appropriation, as stated of fif- than thrice blessed It has never been claimed:: : that these ihtllhootl. Mr Rockefeller Is as expert I What the government experts did Char.cs Robert Woodo. of Spring
reports were absolutely accnratejor a writer of shorthand of know, however, the Perk Marion
teen thousand dollars, this sum to be as any noi wa* probable county to be notary public
Increased by the fends now In thehands JEROME ON TRUSTS accuracy is impossible, but It has been the army of typewriters he employs. ( effect If a shell nouH fa'l: short of for the State at large

of the monument association. ". .. claimed. that they were much fairer.,. I Its mark The! shot fired within the \\. D. Albury. of Cocoanut Grove. tr,
i ....which amounts: to $6.000,. Aa, a.ttl- William.T. Jerome.;district attorneyof .anymore accurate thaI any private MILLS D. 0 Mills the California last few days has gone far beyond the be notary public for the State.t
tlomal $4,000 has been pledged. -Jacksonville New York> was line of the speakers report could be. The work of making capitalist, who Is financing the U. r-xpM-tationi of the experimenters.Now lar1l:e,.

Metropolis. f' at the'-trust-bustlig", tournament". recently these reports if expensive. The gornmeut. O. Mills expedition to the Southern no mare tests will be made until W. M. Sa net, of Jacksonville, to be

!-... i. > .Jieldj in Kansas., ;'MrJ Jeromeis coursi... foots the bills. If hemisphere: from the Lick observatory :Major Dunn returns from a visit to notary public for the State at large.
The Sun can not refrain from condemning = the man who is expected to look sppcuatOI'1l! 'are have DirectorVil.iaiu
to
advance<< has informed W. !I be made to Fort RiSer. Kansas and -
the employment of white with a prosecuting eye Into the affairsof !knowledge of their contents, then theyare Campbell of his purpose to furnisn: then before a board of oOcers deslg-I The True Democrat: advises .11th.-

teachers to Instruct negroes, especially the Equitable. As district Lttorncj, of little or no valur. Unless leakage I enough mouey to .keep lli. iktroiio- natal by the Roam of Or.ln"nr. end printer A fU>nU to b* at TaRanas -

tn the South. where the color line be is much more: than 3 mere figurehead i> made Impossible it would be |, meta at work in Chill for five years f Fort 1I1<...tJofll the test will D. oOcIalI l on August lit and W on the

ts'io, closely drawn. It was alright and many: law violate in New better to abandon these reports, for 1 more. I Ily beeun. 'i..e printing. As it only require

to: ]its so immediately following the York realize that he is about. In his to continue them would be to maintain I. | FIRST' TEST SPECTACULAR ( each on.. shall take with him a

freeing of the colored manjinJ for several speech to the Kansas crowd be said: at government ey.pene! a privaTe ROSEX The Haroutt-s ko..n.lllit", To those who were fortunate to wit certified check for SlUM! and be prepared -

years thereafter, ,but now thata "You think of us as effete Eastern information bureau for the benefit of of the new Russian Ambassador U a, mesa the recent trial the affair was intensely to give bond In $:.004 for the '

,sufficient number of colored men eras crushed beneath the iron heelsof gamblers and speculators. strikingly attractive looking woman. apt-ctacuUr. A floating mass proper execution of the work we

t eminently qualified to Instruct the less Pierpont ,Morgans. Russell Sages and her daughter ..Elizabeth. 1C years i of -o Jwurk in dimension the side of think ... see crowded trains for soy,

educated members of their race tney and the like anJ we think of you asdowntrodjenPopulst Dade claim sto be a little betterban old.: if she Flays in this land long a !battle hip at Its water line, wasmoored i oral! days previous. to the time named
E should be employed! to do the 4 '
work. -rlJJea Kansans. i the average Florida county in enough is likely to fill important off rhore. Then delicately the | and ali the boarding houses and hotel
The colored people resent the employment -. Ton think of Wall street and :you 11 the matter of good roads.Bnt we hasten 'I place In Washington society that has I...*... pound projectile with a scant at Tallahassee will oe overrun with

of white teachers to instruct. groan. My dear people Wan street to explain that Dade values her no long been held by the Countess rharf" of twenty pounds of dunnlte. those who will bid Lake City la
them, Just as white people would object has legitimate functions.. Who is roads as facilities for the immigrantand CassinL was submerged four feet in the water deL

to be taught by negroesjwd it building your railroads, digging your not' for the emigrant-utilizing and approximately: fifty feet from the _

Is high time that the objectionable wells financing your great undertakings them meanwhile for the needs of citizens Commissioner Garfield will doubtless Boating structure: Then all scattered U will take. couVt'decision to deter?

practice. should" cease. GainesvilleSun. if not Wall street? When yon already .settled.Tlme..t"a- show at the proper time that he to a place of safety an electric but mine, whether the Employers or the
strike a blow at the'4tunclsl! Institua ion. was Justluring the beef I I Lbnr leaden
trust on. ton was pressed those on short felt I are worse la CWcaga

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Pleasant 'Trip ,4 .; RUSSIA'S POSITION 'J "I Washington'Correspondence"" to eumu1&t1nc.defeat the ammunition PresldentThey with are which work- occxxxxccxxx moo ; ,"

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lag :'constantly on"members o( Congress

EVIDENtLY INSPIRED. |, with the purpose,of lining up, F. W. HAHN, I '

Around The World I majority against railway rate teg-'| :
i rI station and it la already obvious ; :
Architect and Builder
I 'Washington, D. c.. July 17..' that the only hope which the Presi- i
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I The Secretary of Agriculture and dent can have of success Is through I :

The Personally. Conducted Tour- to I Russian Paper Throws Hot Air At his chief statistician John Uyde..,. : a coalition of an the Democrats and I now nave in my employ one of the best .' \1

Foreign Climes by.Methodist Ladies making strenuous efforts to lock the a minority of'the Republicans. It draftsman in the South and am better
Its Readers, and Talks Pompously hones I will take brave to prepare*} than ever for furnishing plaaa
Was a Great Success. barn door now that the hare a man wage a
.- i 1, Honor and been stolen In other word, after I war of that kind from the White and details lor rood building, fine cabi
.I-+ of Integrityof net work. etc..> I am now headquarters .
stoutly denying for years that there I louse and even the dangers of San for tamed work scroll sawing and all
i That anxiously looked for "Trip the Nation.St was any possibility of a leak In the Juan Hill will pale Into Insignificance work usually done! in a rinse CLASS
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Around the World. to be conductedby Bureau of Statistics, the Secretaryand a. compared with tne onslaught which planing mill
the ladles of the First Methodist .
hare Senators and .
Chief Statistician Hyde discovered Republican Representa- i
| church of Miami;has been ".io e" by tires to make the Send order for doors
numerous ways la which tae are preparing on me your and win
i It large number of In the most
people .
: speculators be given aJvance Information Chief Executive. t
may
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dow
JalJ',11.The.NOTOIyremra frames ballusters
modern method of transportation.i Petersburg brackets( etc
of the official
reports
Those who collisions "hold- today prints the following crop and be convinced
feared
i MIAMI FLA
" and the Seretary has devised a supposed One of the first fruits of the war
tips.." aril the sight of bloody battles statement: method of preventing further between Russia and Japan .Is reported
in Japan win be twitteJ" for : position Is evidently Inpired. ocooocoooococooococooocoocoocooctat
today; "Russia's Jean but one which would occasion br United States Consul Harris, at
their fears by the fortunate globe-trot-" Russia caa.consent.to to such amusement if It did not"call longer Nagasaki/who states that a line of -

tera.. peace only as will not affect the dlgnly for pity from every practical business fast steamers Is about to be put In

e::gcned, trains' anJ steamers +or vital interests of the empire. To man The Secretary-attempts toexercise commission between Japan and Co-

.ere\ really busses;but the passengers act otherwise will be fatal to Russia personal supervision over rea and that when this Is accomplished

f played like"- they were aUboard" and would threaten all Europe which the crop reporting to an extent which the traveler can make the trip ( Of

for',a. long'
:was the First M. E. Church' ,"train No. hat she will not restrict European Interests to himself stand over his gahe- twelve hours on the water. Every

1 leaving at 7:15 for American sights. In the Far East less statistician whfle' the final estimates thing points to a lasting peace uthe

L The home of Mr.- sad Mrs. E. V. "Even la England band America are being prepared. Of course result of the coming conferenceand

Blackmaa J.was glorious in its maze voices can be heard favoring indirect this scheme will not prove practicable a peace which may be productive

.American flags and Go.w'en. and on nterference of the powers to'mo.Iate'JaPaa'l TEe Secretary of Agriculturj jls. too of most beneficial results to both bel- Has .your Watch or Clock stopped!

'aide' Tennd&Ywas a decorated demands.: Our plenlpotenlaries busy a man to devote himself to the igerenta.
,
I must remember,that Bring it to us do the best kind
booth where Misses 'Belle Blackman : they petty details of his departemntand we

and Mary Jones served pineapple are to'defend the interests not only of especially the details of a single'bu One Dollar Save Represents Ten Dollars of Repair Work. It have not
Russia but of other Caucasian yo
punch; with wafers to every.famished powers, reaL Even since the rascality of Earned.
traveler. as they stood about under and that they will find moral support Holmes Side
Our Combs
and the Incompetence of RJ'"dehaye The average man doe not save 'to seen New high
fancy lanterns 1.114 waring red.'white, la Berlin Paris Washington, and per .
been demonstrated the 8
creary exceed tea percent of his earnings. Re '
and blue., haPio even In London.; Our armrtathe : on' the one occasion ,when It be must spen nine dollars la living ex-I grade watches you are doing yourself
field is much than that of '
i ;':In the parlor the Goddess of Liberty stronger came necessary to tabulate the totals 'p tenses for every dollar saved. That '
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fifteen I an injustice : : : r :
wen represented by Miss Myrtle Nel- years ago. .of a crop estimate found himself being.the case he cannot be too careful i ,

ten. sat.aC:the piano and 'some way, too.busy to n]t'rytae'.th.. work:: and about unnecessary'expesses. Very often -,

I Verybody seemed familiar, with "My ANOTHER REGIMENT.- -OFMUTINEERS had to delegate Its supervision to the a few cents. properly Invested.. like

Country, Tls of Thee." wfflch they .. AT LODZ assistant secretary who looked on b1l)1l1i..ec... for his garden., will save. H. T. Whaler The Jeweler ,:

'sang during the short,lay-over. Mr. .4kT, *- liopelesaly. not understanding. \ several.dollars outlay later on. It la ,
and Mrs.. Blaekman wished the tour: least thing that''11'.. going on around the same In buying Chamberlain's Cot
Lodz. of the Ekatornatnrg
Joly.17.: Part :, 12th Street.MIami
Ists 'a. pleasant boa jroyage". the I regiment stationed here matin- hlm\and'M! : liable ,to be.. made \the cXhoreIa and Diarrhoea & Remedy it "

,;*lsteamer". cleared ,the port for Germany -: led today, killing aa'cOcer. of tie regiment prey of any designing and dishonest costa but a few cents, and a bottle of it 1

:,, I The mutineers were"&rr .tect. .employe as had been Chief Statistician In the house often saves a doctor's bill 4

.cft.manr.... Hdye, perhaps, more : .....
voted the most amus- Owing to the state (* seize the citizens so. of.eversdoUats. For by the
ing'of all the countries'visited. The I. of Lodz are compelled to contrio-; Secreta 7'tlaon., whose honestyno : ted Cross Pharmacy and all medicine Spec. Real Estate Bargains t

reception committee was composed! of' nte.Ltteen.hundreddoIlsrs.d&U7Jor one can possible question., seems _dealers.. .
Mrs. Chaa. 8wStrtr."Ur7:-Gusa von: utterly Tolaek appreciation of"the .
the maintenance of the troops here. UNIMPROVED. QROVE
grarfly of the scandal which has arts- t
Loeer.'J.ln. Co R. Rtclin, and Mrs.
iII'"HRamm.,welcoming each arrival NEWS en In his department lie has. taken Administrator's.Notice.In 40 acres pine and hammock on 10 acres, I year cud tree, 1.)00
THE... .. Court of County Judge. State of t...... 100 bearing .......AOOOW
in the' German brogue. During the V. s no steps to dismiss, or even suspend Florida Miami River. ........ ....$3. 0OOO ,
Dad county" In re Estate .
acres, year old trees, hews
bureau
exit to the dining room wnere the ra- John Hyde while Hyde's Isbeing 10 ac r. land .f480JO
Melville E. Stone genera manager of Elijah Smith.
: ISO treee Ifarlftg ...... ..I3.IOOJJI'
ble war already laid 'with tppropriate of the'AU clateJ Press, has writtenan Investigated. He has even appointed To alt Creditors Legatees. DUtriboteesjuid 5 acres land .ttOOOO 2(>*cre 2-ysold gr v ......$3.00000
dishes, with coffee which the White ,. as successor to Holmes, a
Interesting article for the All Persons Claims '
Century Raving 22 acres pine and prairie on troont house, B acre* land SCO
who the
h&ye'beaten. man recent Investigation
Noose chef could not .
on the inside workings of that great or Demands Against Said Estate: railroad ./ bananas. 200 ersnge tr.ee..12000.0a.
cheese': an J bun., the cry came for a demonstrated, left his office oa two
aewsgathering association-the greatest Too and each of yon are hereby -
"Dutch" song. Mrs. weltzer and. Mr. In this or any otter country. Mr. different occasions when final crop notified and required to present tipclaims
.on Moser favored the:'crowd with reports were being compiled ana IMPROVED FARM
Stone some amusing Instancesof and demands which or
several German melodies, one or two relates went directly, to a brokers office. you 20-acres. 4-room house servant house, 400 tree, 150 bearing en rock
his with either of have the
form much experience, political mana This man Claims that he went to the yon may against road, en time...................... .........* ...... ......IIjDOflLMS
which delightedapplause
of brought cenwho' want ,news colored to suit estate of Elijah Smith., deceased, late
laugh : broker to ascertain the quotations acres of pine and hammock, set In trees, pineapples, eta flna
mixed with a nearly on
their interests. It is unusual dotInk of Dade Florida to the
at the singers' comic gestures. This not steel stock of ..hlch. he owned a county un- land, on time .....:.............. .................. 11,10000.
political administrator of said
: for politic- erslgned estate
a campaign
S3 10 under cultivation.200 .......
7-reom
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'an. block but there are few successful Ions bearing tress
at the home of Mr. Mrs. J.
was: Ian and partisans to charge the Associated within two months from the date
L Wilson on* Sixth .street and theBflslerard. Press with unfairness with business men who would employ In hereof. en rock road near R. R.......... .... ...... ........tliOOOiOO

Mrs. Wilson was assisted or a capacity of so reasonable a char- SO acres land, pine and prairie, wets front 1, 00 tree small
being the of Dated SO 1905.
atWne Mrs. A. corrupted agent or ally acter as that held by Holmeund now May house, bargain' ..................... ...... ............$2,10001.
table W. Sheppard
,by some political partT. or Interest I>. EL Smith.. Administrator. t
both ladies being dresoea u German These charges never come from well by'his successor a man who would 8-2-8t ,
aamesjmd Misses Steua ,.Nelson and dabble In stocks and even leave his FtB.E
Informed persons. The Associates :=: v'sSURANaEOnly
office at Ume when he
a must have
Laurie Hovelshrud. ..
Press is absolutely Impartial It disseminates Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Next came the perilous trip to Iceland the news wnnont regardto been' In possession of Informationof the best companies repre .t". Here are tome of tbf n. '
Creditors., legatees, distributees and
that proving the longest JonrBey. \ ;'parties: It serves Republican: great value from a' speculative alt persons having claims or demands Liverpool London A Globe. Insurance Cc. of Nortb'Amir'rs. Fireman
The; chills began to creep up Democratic and Independent newspapers standpoint to go to a broker's office. fund Orient. New York Underwriters, (Hartford) Hanover German Alliance
against the estate of Caleb U Trapp
the backs of cold-bloodeJ Miamls-, and is simply the through A man'with so title sense as to Incur
ana as they beheld snow tents and two which these papers'collect agency the news such appearance of aril. If not honest deceased.. are hereby notified to present ;fOE;. K. DORN'
most the same to the undersigned ;
ble'tng.fres'tn"the distance As the of ,tie world, Representing "a membership be too senseless to be.trusted.
within after the first -
two.years publication
sleigh drew near the aurora borealis including newspapers of all Real state Agen.cy
fact clark'et0a4 in the 'east 'The President has of this notice., falling which,
tin a shades of political opinion it is impossible caused a reportto I
flashes of lightning carried be sent out from the same win be pleaded In bar or)
with many for It to be anything else than Oyster Bay to the-
out the idea that it was the impartIaL Partisanship would be fatal effect' that. he has no intention of their: demands. '

north pole Inn reality) was risible. to it Ail the trusts in America I asking for the resignation of Secretary Henrietta Trapp, We Want% Grower
The name of this point was Relic could not buy its 'lafinence. Refers! Wilson and adding that Mr.' Wil Administratrix of the Estate,of Caleb Every

arp:.*otherwise the lawn at' Rev. Ra- lag to the memorable campaign of son's only fault.Is that of possessing L. Trapp deceased.

u...... lit up by the glare a* the. fires 1896, Mr. Stone 'says:, too confident a' nature.. Mr.. Wilson, Cocoanut Grove, Fla M t

J'Dar.uttJe. Esqulmos. Elsie Knowles, 'Senator"" Jones, the Democratic according to the President, la so Cocoanut Grove Fla.. S-W-t IN THE STATE TO 'HAVE OUR :BOOKS.

Elsie BalnUln. Paul and Earl Rader. National Chairman, openly charged honest that he Is awffllng to .be- ,

who were dressed heavy, dark suits me with favoring the Republicans; mere any of his employees dishonest NOTICE PUBLICATION.. .,
trimmed in fur- with a large hood while Mr. Hanna, his',opponent, was The late postmaster general. HenryC. Department of the Interior 'Florida Vq+tabUa"-A complete manual of Florida Sept

trimmed Ukn1.ae.len'e.Cmoat, dello- at the point of breaking along personal ,Payne was of a somewhat similar Land Office at Gainesville Fla, "Florida Orarcea.Of special tatsrest to CII'UIIIJ1ori4a growera

Iou ice cream and" cakes; dodging friendship because he regarded nature and he ,stood by the June IS. INS. S Strawberries. Booklet c* -Boil Varletlea. CnlUraUoa. sad t

about, .making'their peata' comfort- me as distinctly "'p -Brrao." The "Prince of Grafters Machen.. and byMachen's'partner Notice is hereby,given that the fol l'srtlnaUo4't ,

able. Miss Grace Rader and Mr.aZyh truth ta, both men bat lost their balance In crime Beavers, lowing-named settler has filed notice Irish Potatoes"' -A Booklet on "'lIDO,. S.d. Planting sad Cattrrabon. ; XCset

Rader showed the strangers ; neither was capable of a Judicial and, talked of the charges against of his Intention to make commutation of Fsftmzera. Digging and ShippUg."

Wut anJ. explained their country.' view; each wanted'not an Impartial these thieving employees as "hot proof In support of his claim., and that Pineapple rtrtlllxlng."-Of ipadat Interest to pineapple grewm.

.Everyone was reluctant to leave service but,, one which would help air until ,his course became intolerable said proof win be made before JohnB. .1dM11'ertWan.-Boot Showing an oar feffsrcnt hranda. analyses pries*

this lovely country when Itime' came his'side Fortunately the candidatespreserved to the administration and only Reilly, U. S. Commissioner) at his etc. '

to go to Japan.. V a better poie than their the Apolitical exigencies of the Republican office at Miami: Fla, on August 5, New and Revised..Editions of the above Just published,sent free for the askta*

.4 On arriving at Japan, the residence lieutenants. At the'elose of tile cam party saved him from dismis 1905 vii: ,John R. Walker, of Perrine.Fla ,

Of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Avery on paign both Bryan and McKimey wroteme saL Hd. 31617. for the northwest WILSON &: TOOMER\ FERTILIZER COMPANY
Fourth street the little Japs inspectedthe that they were impressed with the quarter of section 21, township 56 ,

[ arrivals carefully but saw no impartiality which ve had Deserved." Will the President have the forceof south range 39 east He names the .

I signs of a RasBlaa,and.bade an en- The experience of the Associated character to insist on the sort of following witnesses to prove his con JACKONVILLE. Fla.Chae&Haraey .

[ ter. There Is not, room hereto Jo.scribe Press with oppottng, political-leaders railway rate legislation which he outlined Unuous residence upon and cultivation

the minute. details and ,beauty Is an experience somewhat similar In his message to.the last Rlion -; .of said land vis: Agents, t

of this scene. There ,were twobeautiful to that which newspapers sometimes of the last Congress In Urn fact IL A. Proctor. C. W. Hill J. F Billiard ?4"1.mrla.. I

Japanese'ladles to receive hare ;with, opposing candidates, wltn of the 'almost unanimous opposition and C A. Gossman. all of Per- BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD

the guests Misses :Maggieilson and ia their own, party, No matter how of the leaden of his party This is ; rine. Fla. 630io84W. | ; Cutler Little River.

Cnxsle Kaiser, and two tittle Jap fieutral or impartial the newspapermay a question which every true friend O. ROBI SOY, Register +

pA Jsvwho dispensed-who' knowrI be in the matte r of dealing wtin of the.people Is asking with more or

I what-In delicate Japanese'cups.. The such candidates each Is apt to complain less anxiety: ; The qeustlon is precipItated NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. Miami Bottling Works

little maids were Ruth?Kooaey and that the 'paper is favgrtng! his Just by the confidential statemeat i
AQ concerned win take no
I Ladle Peck with HaroU Bailey and Accurate items sent to the railroad persona .
opponent news are managersby
,, Uce that six months after date I will: WALL & DICKINSON Props. J ,
| HoreUhrnd' aa scouts who their subsidized .
,Frank taken as evidence III' laauaUon.that. press bureau to present' final accounts and Touch, .
my
I were ever,on the alert; ISrs./'J. N. the. paper .is,Iwmln/i to this or.,that II the effectual the President has seen era as executrix of the estate of JohnJ. lith Street Near R.R., Miami, Fla d 't
I Osteen... general manager. Last,'Dart candidate;and protei-ts and complaints! the error of .his wa'y and will make
Hayden. late of Dad Counfy, deceased
E by far not least.,'came E 1da .L'By at*.pleadings' "and ctmes, are .pot-in' only_a hat! hearted appeal for the railway :. to the County ,Judge of said Mannfaetucers V>f 1 j

this time all were glad to be nearing I frequently the result. TAe candidate rate%glalaUon next session., and 1
final dlscharg
and for
county pray my
I the sister"/country".. -.penf'thelr' for"bfflce Is often amusingly'Jealousand win make'nothing but'the pretence o:f All Kinds of
f. I u executrix of said estate.FLORENCE
I stay there moist; pleasantly .Misses sensitive, He sees onlY through a' fight for, what. he has l hitherto J.scrlbel P. HADES
I Ruth Hlnson and ln ft Masters aci.' selfish ; an4 tees moU.e essential' to wore r t
r eyes a ijiaevery'news ail i a- deal Soft Drinks : :
Estate ;
*malis "* ; Executrix of J, J. Haden.. De Qy} :1j.
[ ed as dainty 'whjje Mr. Dan Item He ls" capable of to'fevery, American.."' public control ,,
Ceased.January
j Keith- rendered severaT grand selecI Impartial" tidgment or conduct_such of "the- Iron- highways" of com- IX.. 105. ,I-lUll Prompt Attention to AH orDYSPEPSIA--. Out-of-Ttwa OrteAKodol I'4.
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I tions on the itUFiou: here the u, should the. newspaper to merce7It .

I 'people ok different routes home. whom candidates andcampaigns; are '" '\ .
I everyone'*going n.i perfectly charm- merely incidents. .' -' is only Just to'say that the President I. CURE

I e.S with the' evening's entertainment has not given th -%litt t Indication '

I which was 'deddely,as much a sueI "Riches do'not mdu one happy ;\of:.any intention of,, abandonIng DIGESTS WHAT YOU, BAT '
cess as-Its was unique sad interest says Mr. Carnegie and the the 'campaign he ...
paragraph- began almost T1s91.Oei..__N....u.eyli....IMeer/rNe. >
.. sect. the Washington Post speaks for a year?ago. but the conlaeae*, at taMi*a tmaB. ...........r
I Jle n..T. ARobbtns' sad X P. Saw. several. us when .. adds., '-Neither tie railroads that he baa dose so occasions' c. PoWTTT ere COMPJUTT, CHTCAQO ...

I tell acted as the conductors for this does" being broke Mr., Carnegie ,if anxiety. The ,railroads are

I Dual trip yon,cart to bow.w. ." .. not- missing any opportunity of ac- Ask for the. 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar-
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By Steamship-Vessels Will Also

j Desperate Encounter .at Key
,. Touch at Cuban Ports-Terms
Between White Han
: Largo of the Agreement for Operating

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Former Cut About The Head and Montreal July %0. The new Can-

Shoulders and The Latter Shot aJian-llexlcan steamship service was 4t
c 1 inaugurated today, when the steamship y

in The Thigh. Negros Pre Coomassle. subsidized by the.
Canadian and Mexican government,
vented Their Comrade From sailed from this port for Mexico by
way of avana. The new service 's
11 Finishihg Murderous Assault to be maintained by the Elder-Dempt-
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H
ter Company. rAT
The contract of the company calls
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h- After having been cut In eight places for a monthly service. The steamships
and dangerously wounded John mill touch at Charlottetowtt, P.
Kin at one time yardmaster of the E. L; Hallfn. K. S.; HavanaCuba. ,
b". E. C. R'y In this city but now engaged and Progreso Vera Cruz. Tampicoand
as foreman In the railroad extension one or two other Mexican, ports.
work at Key Largo' would The winter sen-Ice win be operated
have had his life shot out'Tiy one Jo direct from Halifax.By .
Butler colored but for the timely In the terms of the contract with
terfe nce-of colored men. wbo neld the Mexican government, boats may W. M. BURNNFSDuring
up his assailant and prevented him carry passengers and cargoes from
from firing on his already prostrated Canada to Cuba. Cargoes and passengers -
victim are to be carried both ways be-
The dlfflcnlty occurred at KeyLargoon tween Mexico and Canada, but on
Tnesda ,afternoon and originated northbound tripe no freight may be

a by negro*fr. Hill boy.having which some difference trouble BnU.rtook with handled Mexican from government Cuba to obectej'Canada.to subsidlxlnc The. this month We intend to give the people of Miami one of the great- .J

up and assaulted knife him Inflictinglarge with a I a One that would be need to est shoe sales that was ever started in this city. We have paid absolutely ,-
murderous looking build up trade between Cuba and
and gaping wounds with each Canada.It no attention to the prices in order to show, you what a Shoe Sale really
thrust of the keen edged weapon aD was expected that simultaneously .
of the wounds being about the head with the establishment of the Atlantic is. Now if you need a shoe to work tn, a shoe to call in or a dress shoe

,.d shooUcra Mr. ,Hill and who neck.was While are ,being endeavored cut the Pacific serrlc coast a similar between steamship Vancouver on this is the store where you can get it. The prices ar& down to low tide

to shoot his assailant but four and Mexican Pacific ports would be mark, select a*pair before it rises J
times the weapon failed to fir*, Inaugurated. The Mexican government '
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,though it went off the fifth tIme and however, has decided to postpone .
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penetrated the right thigh of the negro for the present the establishment
aa he wu running away. of such"a service.ON .
The wound apparently more angered *
than injured the negro and he continued
I his flight to his shack a short THE ISTHMUS. ; Shoes for Ladies
distance away fend procured a revolver
with, which he again rushed It will not Jo to believe the reports
.r upon the then prostrated man and ought from Panama oy irresponsible
but' for the Interference of two or persons. Many of these .
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three other Besroes, who had a'so secured went to the Isthmus ncder the Impression -

revolvers and with which they that they would draw large Goo's 125 pair of ladies shoes which sell the world for 2.50
\\a. ro over
covered and hell him at bay. It IssaU. salaries for doing little work and ow l '
R be would have completed his that they would have what their class and 3.OO consisting of vici kid and >
i. patent
', endeavor at murder. calls a "good time." Their curiosity WEE .1': .
t. Later the woonJed man ant his was soon satisfied;the novelty quickly ;, tan, all sizes and lasts, \\ hl.te canvas, Gib- {Jt
/ assailant were placed on board the wore off then homesickness or HOUSE : 1 9 5
i,. tug Pelton and brought to tne city fright seized them and they returned SHOES' son and Oxford ties.. . : : . ( ?*. .. . -11' .
' arriving at 10 Tuesday night. Mr. home with wild tales of death and ,
t;: Hill was at once taken to a hotel. destruction. The type Is well known.It For Women. ..
i't' and his wounds dressed oy Dr. Jackson was found among the raw soldiers
while Butler was confined In the who went to, Cuba and wrote stupid

f former: are very serious falsehoods and dangers.home about Imaginarywoes Eg $3.50 Shoes for Z.90-AIl of our 3.50 shoes, except

not necessarily fatal while that of Tales of a dozen "dead trains" to Sorosis, in new lasts, oxfords and hight
f.y the latter Is not dangerous.. the cemetery dally and of many graves 2 9 0
being kept open for yellow fever victims quarter will besold for :. . . ." . . 4P .
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MACHINE WRAPPED ORANGES are mere fabrications. The ;
Isthmus of Panama Is by no means a .
health resort, and there will be '
:t' Particulars of the Invention/ which more Most of these shoes
t; Promises to Revolutionize *he or less sickness there. Yellow fever are Sandals.--A large assortment of Sandals (

f:!, Packing Business. climate may be said and to the be unsanitary Indigenous metohds to that the Drown Shoe Go. make regular L5o and one seventy-five sellers at /t1 .20

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CatHol'JIIa of the natives Invite It., But the tales
The advent of oranges
the of wholesale decimation and,the prediction
t' wrapped with labels bearing '
I "- that the canal will never be ; % ci0 5 ,
-Machine fruit not
$! stamp wrapped ;

T.r handled achieved by; .government hands; sanitary reports results indicate finished eakllngs.come The from government prevaricators Is workIng and. WHITE HOUSE Shoes for M en.

( such methods are advantageous; to establish such sanitary conditions SHOES
as wlit make living there reasonably -
Iavtted want
careful tnspectiou ; and
,, is moretheapparentYf ujstlfled claim safe. .The canal will be For. Mtr,. 1 We are proud of ,our line'of: shoes 'for men. It Is our nonest opinion that a better
built work It will continue until
of the people 1I'bo'are promoting this It Is ;finished.on Americans, not French i' '1 line Is not carried In Miami. To fully ap reclate this you must see them for yourself -

< Information method of about wrapping the type oranges of machineespecially make men, have the Job In hand and they *5* 1 and as an Inducement to have you pay us a call we have reduced our $5.00

'Interesting. win build It'In' spite1 of all obstacles. shoes to $4.00. This includes all lines excepting the Stetson. They come In

e The affair looks much like a Mer- So far no great obstacles nave risen. patent kid and patent colt. In tans and black ,...*
genthaler typesetting machine ac- But ,the Panama liar will be heard all new. Remember, during this sale. $5.00 : J*
, "coraing to a recently published description from time to time. ', 8 $4.00Outing ,
El in the Riverside Press; and shoes will,be sold for . . . . . . . :

It ,was Invented by Seth D., Tripp will appeal to packing house men lies
a manufacturer of shoe making machinery In the fact that a smaller sized paperan
who was In Riverside on a be'' used than In hand wraping. '\

1,vacation twelve years ago, Vhen ne ir i Thus, a nine by nine wrapper would I .
noticed the slow packing methods in be used on the machine, wh..e In hand -- .
a Riverside packing house. j i wrapping a ten by ten wraper would Shoes 4r
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P Mr. Tripp died, however; before he be required. A saving of twenty percent
perfected the Invention, and the ,, of paper Is claimed as well as
4 work was taken up and completed by far superior* wrapping. Another ad- <,
M. IL Ballard a mechanical expert I vantage would lie In the fact that no 5
Our stock of and elk shoes will be
buckskin +
canyas,
In Mr. Tripp shops. After a long i large stock of assorted wrapers would It
series of experiments at Lynn It was ;,, be required, since the machine can be cut. This line of shoes has'elk soles 3 Kf\
decided to bring tAe machine to Riverside adjusted to any size and the roll paper Cut from four dollars to..s. . . .JVr
and give It an actual workingtest only would be needed. The
',In a packing house. printing of- wrapers would also be- ,, One lot of Men's $3.50 shoes In oxfords and bals. tans
''d The machine is attached to the end don away with, since the printing and black. Most of the shoes have theN 3 0 0

of the grader and receives the oranges is-a part of the wraping process. ,,4 price stamped on the sole . . . .
direct: It is simple to operation To prove that the machine wm not
ft compact and perfectly automatic It mar the skin of the fruit, eggs have Another lot-of mens $2.50. and $3.00 2 00
receives the fruit on aa, endless chain been run through the machine and shoes will be sold wile they last for. . t
'attached to,which .are a, series ,of wrapped without cracking a sheU. "
cape felt-Uaed and separteJ; by roDS "The machine wraps 71 oranges a
her partitions. Th wrappers are cut minute or n, OO pieces of fruit every

I from a roll printing,after press the manner, and after of a perfecting being ten one hours.and one-half,. It would days.wrap For the a car ordinary In- Five Tickets, Good For Five Shoe Shines With Each Pair Of Shoes Sold.W. .

printed are cut th* desired sin. packing "hpuM, five machines
when .they are'ready for the orange. would be necessary to handle the ,
,A unique devise,twists the PaPer perfectly : fruit. The counter of the machine exhibited
tight about the orange which her, registers 1.71W57.
la held In place at the top by a rubber "Practically'aH the packers In the
; plunger> whfl the other end rests on city have Inspected the 'machlneanJ
a felt,topped rod.;,. ne'ends of the an are enthusiastic over Its posslbfflUes. -
orange Is In this position,and so class .- M. BURDINEr :
ly;I..:the:'orang*:.wrapped that it la ,WIth 'labor scarce and high priced .lwJ
believed it.wtn be, practically,tapervleras commodity In California thin Invention t
to moisture. s .' J ought'to be'.'mat'factor la'making

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e *aroaeaaaMru* e :Mr. J. C. Rogers, erne of Stuart's
U.M.KINGUndertaker EMPLOYER KILLED BY CLERK made the t&Jrd victim a bullet pit re-
TOPICS. prosperous citizens, Is in Miami this
j TOWN \ week doing Jury duty. and Embalmer lag both lungs.Williams .

,. William Wtulams John F. White had been accused of. appropriating

Mrs V. A .Rutherford Is now In Atlantic The J. K. Dom real estate agency 1300 AVENUE D Pensacola. money from the cask

; City with her aunt and,win remain reports sales for the put two week PtraoMl Atteatlo:Ghea AT Pensacola was thrown into a fever drawer and all Jay had beea drinking
to Calls. of
excitement Tuesday afternoon
by a A casual remark
heavily. about the
there some weeks.3r. amounting ,to 17,000 of city propery. .
sl+* The terrible crime that has since been the latter 'made him freasled and the
property sol dwlll be improved. ._
--- sole topic of conversation.
shooting followed. Officers who
were
F.W. of Delrsy'sprominent
Chapman one
Hon. Horatio Bisbee, one of JlcklOayDle'1 Miss Grace Carpenterformen connected William F. Williams, a salesman soon on the scene secured the pistol
and progressive citizens 1* MaJ. Frank Jones, chief deputy of
leading legal tights Is lathe with the office of COUJIt.laJreHerser. in the clothing store of John White, and took the murderer to jaIL
In Miami this week on jury duty. the sheriff's office at Jacksonville Is tOwing
city attending Circuit Court now : but more recently in the office walked to the office of his employer
In the city on a vacation, enjoying
", In session. of Chief Engineer J. C. Meredith of and shot him down la cold blood the to the serious nines of hi*
has himself
Mrs. Margaret Arnold Groom and meeting with many old
the F, E. C. Ry. extension work. Is builet penetrating the brain. He then mite In JsKksonvUIe.: :Night PoUcv
been granted a decree ot absolute divorce friends in this section. '
: from her husband Mr. Harrison (r Miss Birdie Goodwin has as' herguest now engaged bookkeeper t In the turned and shot through the back Ed. man R. G. Hard left last sight and
.' I Miss Louise Goodwin her sis store of J. E. Lnmmls. Dauiby, a salesman who was at the will[ remain with her until a change
t Thomson Groom of Groom. Tex. Last Thursday, Mrs. L. M. Howard
ter who has come from New York I time being with a customer. James for the better. While away Claude
r returned from a lengthy visit with her
.-, City to spend a two.weeks vacation. NEWS FROM BOYNTON White, a son of the proprietor ran to Beldler-wUl take his place oa the poI -
The residence of Dr. Easter, on the daughter at Lady Lake. Fla. Miss Ed- '
Miss Goodwin is pleased with the help his father when n.. too was i I lice force.
f: Boulevard Is neanng completion. Yodar 4 na Walton.granddanghter of MrsHoward. -
East Coast climate and Is spending Interesting News Notes From This
t lathers are finishing up their work came to Miami also, to be with
the short staj allowed her very hap Progressive Little Town.
and by the end of the' ,week' everything her grandparents ,for some time. ply. $1.00 per Week
will be'In shape for the plasterers.
f Boynton, July 11.
Mrs. George Carey and her daugh Miami
Conservatory of Music
Ii Mr. J. D. Buky. of Palatka. is spending We have not heard of any one being
Court Stenographer Robinson of Orlando. ter. Mrs. Phlnneus White ot Miami
a few .Jay la Miami visiting at overcome by heat la Bornton.
.: Is In the city tIalI.week la attendance write that their Iti.fa LaPlerreJfIch.
the home of Mr. D. A. Smith. Mr. Right here let us mention the fact 225 12th St. Franklin Coleman Bush Director
at the special term of the la proving very beneficial to both and
Buky is a printer sad la BOW la the that the town of Boynton Is nearer
court. While la the city he Is that they are having a most pleasant -I
employ of the Palatka N.,... H. the ocean than any other oa the Florida Our Summer Classes
Sight-Readiug such that
were a great
the guest of the Rutherford house.t visit with their relatives. suttees
formerly lived la this county and atone I East Coast t the management has decided to open popular classes ia '

t"cInult, Um. held down case on the old Mr. Crews, the Tlmes-Cnlon representative
t Use Bradley* fsrtOlssn anOn ..... of la the attendance circuit court at the special the session Gazetteer published at West Palm was hustling subscription p-. tefjt**. R.ta $1.00 per week. $10 per Urss .! 10 trah/.

I. L IjpaI.: S are following Beach. In tows last week ; can at tM --'-' ...1M,.'tail ....1ca1an.w a pM u$nil
i attorneys from other place than Miami Wi. -
If. Mr. f a"? tati9. w ew 1o.w
sad Mrs. B. L. Kapp'were In

k August ist. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. St. Clalr-Abrama: W.A. Blabee, ,Jacksonville Jacksonville; :State Alex. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.. Front aad little Palm Beach on. business last Satur Practice facilities free to those who have DO piano
their three little chlUrea
{ Hauer aad
daughter are for the present occupying day.Three t
John
Attorney C. Joae. Orlando Geo.
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t! to SUttesrffle New York
plan to go of the cottage on the Ocean
apartment la Mr. Front'snew
1C. RobbtnsTitusTtne
Geo&
CarrIe
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where they intend remaining untilearly beach
are nearly finished. Wort Is
it West Palm.Beach W. L building on Thirteenth streetand
...... In the fall with Mr. Honser1'* West Palm Beach.; Metcatt of will remain there until about the being pushed rapidly.

,.. mother. first of August when Mrs. Front and James McKay Is spending the week THE RACKET() STORE

daughter will leave for the North. In West Palm Beach, resting .after
t County Treasurer C. H. Ranlerson
: Money to loan on Improred property. Upon their return here In the fall the shipping his pine crop.E. :
;i: G. S. Amsden. Cocoanut Grore, or M: left Wednesday for Atlanta. where he family will again occupy their com- T. King was In town several

XX Price, Mt mL will go under treatment of Dr. Calhoun fortable home.In ProntvUle. days this week. He reports the IS THE 'PI Ar.F===
i for his e.e&lr.. Ranlerson for dredges getting along exceptionally _,

Mr. F.' W. Chapman the popular some time has been troubled with well. They are through Lake Webster a
mine host of the Chapman House at his eyes and only recently 41d'he Mr. :M. E. Gruber. of West Palm and will reach the large lake west of

i t. De1nl,.. spending the week in Miami realize that It was alarming. He Beach. one of the most extensive here today. This will make availablea !

: : attending court u a member of the will remain with the celebrated' Joctor hardware dealers on the East Coast large tract of muck land west of | J

T grand Jury he being elceted as the until he gets relief.. ,, owning large stores at West Palm these lakes. A few

4 foreman of this body. I Beach and Daytona., is spending the There will probably be a larger
: i Testerday Dr. GUespIe Enloe began- I day In Miami. lie is accompanied i acreage of tomatoes than ever planted

'f 'Aetna dynamite sad supplies for i the foundation for an elegant rest I here by Mr. E. E. Geer. his head : here the coming fall.

,r sate by Lummus BeweQ. dence. The present lot will be the site salesman In the West Palm Beach I We know Will Blackmer and Temp.

'.4. ud It Is a fine location lot a residence afore; Messrs Gruber and Geer were Burton of Delray. didn't starve before Reminders .

8 The, launch Hudson, recently purchased u It is so near the bay on 9th called here u witnesses before the they got home Tuesday night

.' by.the Florida East Coast Railway i i Street and has a quantity of shrubs grand nry and expect to return home after the amount of stuff they' put
: .
tries on the evening train. out of sight at
: Company.was brought down from and In the neighborhood. The one of the groceries ,: .
Z Lake tforth Saturday and turned ore(I family will have a suite of rooms in here.

to Its.new':owners.. The Hudson wlir' the home of Rev. Stelnall Just op goA most Interesting service will beheld Miss Harriett Wilkinson, of Hypo- We Handle- EVERYTHING but of course cannot list

:r be used in connection with the Key site., In St. Louis next Sunaay when luxo. was calling on frienJs here. ont i it all every week but pick out a few Items at randomas

West extension.. Rev. John T. Farts, who is pastor o Monday.Mr. a reminder of our prices. Eve'rythlng Is markedIn
T Mr. J. Austin Hall has been absent the Markham Memorial Presbyterian and Mrs. F P. Harper enter
have "ONE PRICE TO ALL
f plain figures so we
L Bradley1 'tertfllaer are the best from Miami since June 25th. having church of that city, wad have with talned a few friends! Sunday after
AND THAT THE
LOWEST"Table
1': For sal by 7. K..Lummus. wtr p gone to Atlantic City. N. j. ,to engage him his father. Rev W. W. Farts of noon. .
In business connected with Young Miami and two brother-. Rev. PaulP. Harry Stnrgess has gone to nil
t r home In New ell cloth, yard 20e 2Sc Japantd Cusplders at ado
rt Ocean Pier. Mr. Hall, however found Farts and Rev. W. 8. arts. The York
t- The:Miami Shoe Company ha re- that the state of his health compels following Sunday u many of the H. B. Murray is confined to th Cabinet Litter Files 300 Class Hand Lamp, cempltt 25*

1 t., ,celrej-. a' neat shoe display stai.J. on.rhlcli II him to abandon his work and enter aNew Faris family as can be present will house 1I"11h.a light atrack of pneu 8oflAlT1'at 10C 8 qt. nick; plated topper tea kettle, 1
r very ?artistically arr&I1C..e.i.. York hospital for treatment Mr.Hall' monla. at II cents
enjoy a reunion, probably being together
sewing Machine Oil at Se
the celeorated Dorothy' Dodd shoe.The }
} Mt|) Work| hrtfc| 410 and ?,
friend here wish
many for a
several days at Anna IiL
f stand Is : of the or
out triospeedy Galvanized Clothes Line at 10o Conch Hats/foe men and wo" n. 20a
recovery. 1
*, style of shoe stands and i* an, THE TUTTLE ESTATE. Tops for Manson fruit a,... dos 30cHsrdwster Seep J cakes for So ,
r tire. feature In .the, window display. The schooner W. IL Albury which Judge Minor S. Jones of the Circuit --
J h Hon. FreJk S. Morse has returned left here last Saturday for Nassau Court has granted an order upon !

If you want fertilisers,'consult 3. B.Lumntta. home' after being absent from the city with a cargo of one hundred tons of the application of Cot G.W'.l1. Williams A lot of new lawns and, embroideries "'

agent for. the old reliableBradley" for the past eight days. He has been Igf. was detained in the lower bay by attorney for plaintiff. In the ,
aboard the launch Enterprise oa a trip adverse winds and low tide, when suit of
goods. Saunders vs. Tattle et a!.. substituting big values beautiful patterns \
among the keys, long the route of the she was towed wen to sea by the verified copies of the record
.
ti Senator and"Mrs. F. M.'Hudson ar- extension of the F. E. c. R'y. securing launches Mystery and Clara. During ta lien of the originals which were

L rived In,the city this morningTibbali from right of ways for the extensin. Cap her detention In the bay. it Is said oy some means lost from the files in ,

oa. Indian River' and will E. Graham was as usual. In charge that the vessel lost not more than the clerk's office. CoL Williams represents ti tiR

make Miami their future home, when- of the Enterprise and' report having two tons of Ice by evaporation though the plaintiff while Messrs. We sell the New Idea Patterns, one price J i

t ever they can find,a suitable house.CntH had'a most pleasant trip. had the detention occurred in the Patterson ft Erwin and Hon. Ged. ?l R 10c. Write for fashion sheet free 'I

they,46 they will be the guests warm water of the gulf the loss 1I"0u1e1i Robbins rperesent the defendants. I .

ot Mr. and'.Mrs. J. W.. Ires at OJns. Mr. Jas Pardue was In the city yesterday i have been much greater. Is understood that te matter Is to ..

i7 i- f from Blscayne with his laugh' come up upon a, "bill of review." The

Writing tablets- and' rtattosery for ter Mrs. Joe Lompkin. of Lakeland, Dr. Wetzel left on Sunday for Parkersburg suit Involves perhaps half-a million i: The Racket Store, W. H. Chaille & Son ,

i ale at J..B. Screren'* drug store. and was showing her the city. Mrs.Lumpkln W. Va, where he has been do'lars in property In Miami. ,I .-..,
Is so well pleased with this --
I called to the bedside of his father.
It is' Indeed gratifying to see that 'section that! she Is thinking of moving Pr. Wetzel stated that his father was

.property,owners are beginning to take and remaining here permanently and 84 years of age and that he was afraid .

an. Interest: in their yards,' and especially will probably start an orange grove.She that he could not stand his present Another Price

that they ape planting law n,. will return to'Lakeland TnurSda1' illness very long if' there was not ft Reducing 1

If all of the property owners will change for the better. Mr. Wetzel. Sr.: i

rake up their minds to bYe the prettiest la one of the oldest oil operators in

r looking yard. It 1I"ould'not be Mr.J., A. McDonald and )lr. Gee the country. Way back In the sixties 1 .

long before Miami would hare a reputation A. McKlnnon who have ben spending he bored his first well and at the

as being the garden spot of the past few weeks in New York present time he has twenty-two In operation. Sale atBurdine .i

the State. and Prince Edwards Island, return K. is hoped that Dr. Wetzel

home this week. They report bar will not find his father in as senous ,

For"Rent,-.: Large light wellTentuateJ InC had a most. enjoyable: trip aaJ condition u was stated In the. tele i
cttce room In Ratehett building that during a greater part of their gram.

oa Twelfth street by Spier Merder. trip they found overcoats most com

rat fortable. Mr. McDonald Is looking & Quarterman'sMonday
'l'ueadaynlght of
a party young people
wen and that the
says bracing air took advantage of the beautiful
Mr. 8. M. WIgglntoa and family are has mad a new can of him. moonlight and
went over toy the
most pleasantly located .
at thewoad Rich .
beach. Those who composed the *>
Cottage, Cutler. and are enjoying Captain Harry Fozzard. who has party were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Price,
their Taxation to its fullest extent been selected by Governor Broward I 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. TsyiorJIr.

Messrs.1 Marcus Milan and Pat u a member of the State Board of and Mrs. E. 1'. Holmes, Miss Mildred July 24 .

Bailey accompanied the;Jolly family Health. Is muter of the tug Three Taylor, Mr. J. H. Cheatham. and ,

taking three horse with them to- add Friends, with the tug Admiral Dewey, Miss Klnzle. M.E.8.lo, Miss Colt
to the pleasure. A splendid'west cook at present sad for several 'wHoPUt. '
Judge W. 8. Hm. Miss alm Farts,
alone to. adt the fishing at work salving the Spanish \\ J. RoJgers. Miss, Aide Blount. .
tonci.Wanteo., *
steamer Alicia ashore cm ASX Reef Mr. A. Keller. Kin Cora tslount. Mr.

and Is one of the' most popular skippers John Gardner, Mis* Irene Jandon and Sale of Laces mbroi eries, Dress Goods
>-10 mea la each State ,
to
.oa>the South Atlantic Dr.fLow.
coast The part,went sofa the .
,_ oriel, tack signs sad distribute sample Unless Informed by some i I passing launch Sallle and. took.lunch wlta
*and cInalara'otov, goods' Sal craft.;Captain Fozzard Is
probably still them. Some of the party went la surf
.,,. moo pr'month., it* per'day unaware of his,appointment to membody. bathing c while-others enjoyed them-'

D-J"JA_ T Burdine and Qurterman Miamiw.c
iufi -r-.' '"' J Ie{ .
; bufldt&iL ChJcafQi pleasure ,

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I I mate: 1I GEN. PORTER HOME AGAIN BISCAYNE CAPACITY TERMINAL
-- for ibis district, and wul an i MIiiONAIRiWEDS THE. I 4
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CITY --CAMPAIGN 1 I excellent tonrr officer tf "elected -tcf'j j I, DOCk WAS"TCSTC0- ,
IS ABOUT READY
: that position. i;! General Horace Porter, retiring ambassador -

R. H. SEYMOUR i i CIGAREnE MAKER I to France came yesterday t I The terminal docks ,in Miami I Is
with a host of returning travelers on
lAUNCHEDCandidates. Col. _R. H. beymour announces his j I I th* scene of bnaines* ant ODe had onlyto
15' of the Hamburg-
candidacy for the office of city attor the Deutschland, \
I American line which reacted HODOK- The steamer Biscayne will be placed remain there but a snort time to
well knownattorney
is
ney. Mr. Seymour a
I is well I en In the afternoon from Hamburg. in commission for duty oa the realize the Importance of the were
I of this place woo
fitted for the position and will it J Phelps Stokes Weds Jewish Dover and Cherbourg, says the New East'"Coast extension work about BOW going on ben ant oa the East
York Herald of July 14..-The ..ubjectapPE'rmoat
elected make for the city.a competentand I July 27th. and has been placed In Coast extension beow! :Miami t
Announcing Them Poetess and a Former Cigar. la the mind of the former
able adviser. lor The
drat-class condition the work. tug Dauntless arrived yesterday; .
ambassador was the'bringing home of :
r selves and More Will Follow. I' ette Maker-Will Take European -I the body of John Paul Jones by tae Wednesday Captain McIntyre was encased I with two large water barge to 'b* ..
:
.. IN HONOR OF MRS.QUARTERMAN
t. i American fleet and General Porter I In unloading a car load of IUe used in the extension. work. ntH
i Tour.
talked! freely of the absolute Uentlfl- preservers made from solid block barges were tied up on the north enj
The Florence. S. C. Daily Times :cation of the bodyjonnd after a search cork which will be placed oa the .. '
of of the docks and will b* place J ,ba
account a
has the following of six years."At boat. The old cork dust'.preservers!
w t; MANY OFFICES "Colony Party given in honor of commission at" once. carrying :waterfront
last the excavations brought to have been dispensed with sad theBlscayne
Mrs. Quarterman. of that place, whole Xoreton, Conn.. July 15. The romance five leaden cocas said General wUl have MO of the regulation Miami
light
; ARE, TO BE FILLED visiting relatives at that place: i of MUs Rose Harriet Pastor.the Porter. Four had plates Identifyingthe kind. Capt McIntyre also received The launch Nan left tile dock MonJay

,: ... "Mrs.: Theo Kuker very pleasantly Jewish poetess and former dgarmak- bodl"tthlD .....1 the fifth of far on Tuesday a new life' boat forenoon with as large a load a* it'
entertained a 'Colonl'I'art.T' at her J. G. Stokes, a member
and Phelps
er better construction had none. By the which will be placed oa the boat eonU carry of provisions and suppliesfor
home on Palmetto atreet yesterday of the miulti-mul lonalre Stokes family '
a process of elimination we decided it This makes four life boats and one aU the bands on Key jArgacaptpta-
1f | afternoon from 5 to S. i of New York, culminated In their must'eoutaln the body of the distinguished wood boat which the Biscayne will I Jer is In command of-th* Nan,'which N
Candidates Have "The party was given In honor of at the home of the
i today
Two wedding
; Already naval hero. Whenaa the pre.ence' carry. Is a substantial boat 41 feet la length
Mcs. Quarterman of Miami Fla. bridegroom's parents, near this place.
The government inspectors have Tbe It carried
of aathropollsts and surgeons cargo was provision
;>- Announced- For' Mayor-Quali who 1s visiting her ,sister Mrs2ack The wedding' was of the simplest character of note, the coffin was opened words Issued a permit for the Biscayne toC1LlTJ' from Miami grocers: siesta from Miami .

t' fications of Many Being Discussed Nettes. They were an intimate in though attended by quite a number snot express our surprise .at the remarkable 300 passengers. The boat hasbeen markets, and Ice from the Miami o
MrsJCnker. Mrs.
the early days when of including reladv8l'of
guests newly fitted and furnished
state of preservation the factory. The crew of this boat Is made
t By the Voters of 'I Nettes ,and Mrs. Quarterman lived two families and mutual friends : body was found In. throughout Capt. McIntyre yesterday up of Miami men.

'In Tlmmonsvnie' and so after many among the latter being nearly all of "Clothed la a winding sheet of lines received a bin of furniture and The dredge which has been Joint
Miami. years they met again. The afternoon the prominent social settlement worker fittings from the furniture store of duty the Brae
t the arrangement of the eoma tallied on of the extension below -
f was made plt'aaaDtth muslc4nstrn- of. New York City. The ceremonywas : exactly with the historical documentsthat J. W. Watson of Miami for the boat arrived yester Jay. being towel up

1> r mental and vocal by Misses Sophie performed by the brIJgegroom's told of the careful perparatioa to The groceries "provisions" are being her by the tug Pelham. This) dredge
f' and Theo Knker. Punch.. ,servedin brother the Rev. AnIOn '
Phelps
purchased from a Miami grocery will be laid for who
l' ship the body to the TJalted States up a undergoing
:. "The'MIam1 municipal campaign U the parlor. after' which the guests Stokes.; as was the first Idea. There was tin house, and the crew are residing ia repairs and this work will b* doa by
of the com- were Invited Into the dining room It was less than a year ago that announcement Miami.
: eau
:; grow on. The official toll over the hands and face, and tae men residing in MlamL
i' znlttee appear la today's"Metropolis where'the table was prettily decorated of the engagement of Interior of the coffin was" filled with The list of officers of the Biscayne There are 500 bands laborers, employed '

and candidate art malting their an- and Ice cream and cake ,wasserved. Miss Pastor and Mr. Stokes crested a hay and straw, so that the body could are as folowi: about the docks ia the war 1

UKDCcmeaUL Whenever a;group' 'of' : r : at v fc ,/ veritable sensation and became a top- DOt roll ia the long aad aecessarUy Captain. W. H. McIntyre: Fred BOW icing on, and more mea ar* being

dozens tatter together on'the streetsIt 1 "The guests Invited 'were those ic of Jlscnsslon throughout the conn- rough voyage at that time ia a sailing Finder pilot; E. C. Broward. chief added lo the number ..'fast a* ,

U tale to"Bay they.are.discussing .who..are? In .one ,wsyj, or another"" try. Miss Pastor.. born of poverty- vessel Together with the aocumeata engineer; Raymond Dillon mat*. they caa be secured. hT pay roll forth

the city election. The number of ot-1 I Identified with Tlmmonsvlllft! striken parentage la Russian Poland we had the Hoodoo bust with whichto bands-n'lb. work at"th'dock

flees to be filled makes It, ,ea y, lor "Among those' 'who were present and coming to this country while yeta compare the head aaj so carefully DOUBLE WEDDING OF alone amounted to more 'than 1X100
were: Mrs..,R. 8.:" Smith; Mrs. Ceo. child found It to seek
from em
out necessary THE CHAILLE TWINS last
men
: good Saturday
\ the voter to pick wss this done by the examining savants -
forth McCown.; Mrs. L. T. Klnfc Miss Me- ployment at early She be-
which will come an : age. Miami merchants
i. the varied lot that a mole on the left ear was are reaping a rica
;' ta 'a' few' *7L' 1 tx: : CalL Nettkss.TMrs-fQuarterman." came a elgarmaker worUng first in discovered by one. and Immediatelyupon Quite at surprise is In store for the harvest from th* extension 'work. AQ

Already then are two cnndldnteifor I Miss .Jessie Kettles. Cleveland and later In New York and examining the bust the same friends and acquaintances of the Challe'twins of these hands are bayta all their,

r 'mayor. John SewelU; the'present i all the while employed the hours away physical mark was found. as there Is' to ala doable provisions clothing etc.'from horn

t Incumbent and Cbaa' IL:\GarthJdi, FORMER, VJ" f MIAMI->>,.' MAN' ./IN.TROUBLE4i .,>.'-fa..r from her.work bench in serious study. "In all the measurements there was wedding .t'Plant Tena, Instead'of a mercfiaata and as they are pail off
; the present city treasurer hare an-, The sufferings of the poor early impressed not a variance of two mllllmetresthatIs. dingle ctJln ". Both Floyd an4Uo4' weekly, the amount of money djaxrianted -',

Ji1 j noraced- themselves for this positloa.y ., -Gordon.Brooms JUrtsUd..In. Jacksonville '-- her mind and all of her verses I.. seventy-etgta thousandths of an Challis are ,to be married at in business channels her is con,
'i for Disorderly Conduct and other writings have been arounJ the same time and place with the siderable.
t !ELL' Inch. If all of this is remarkable the
"OH'.aE _
f: ', Ir s.weU TI 1. now, serving his- see* 1i.. .r.... 4 s-s rrr* this one subject. autopsy,by the eminent Dr. Capttan. same ceremony.: Mr. Floyd Chaffie The launch Hudson which the F. E.,
) inaior' of' Miami} aa4 (The Jacksonville Metropolis. has :Mr. Stokes Is regarded as a character of Paris, Is more so. Think of an autopsy and Miss-Pearl Hsygood.. and Mr. C. R'y Co. recently purchased from
> on.1 term ms 'his public the":folowfogabout a former citizenof quite as nnlqeu ana apart from his being performed the body of Lloyd Challle and Miss Lulu ,Ethel Rowley Brothers at Palm Beach arrived
has In ever.aj shown
L spirit. faithfulness, to"dut,. and tie Miami.-Gordon",Broome; who was fellows as is his bride distinguished a man who died 113 years before. We Warren both young ladles being residents at the docks Sunday morning, ia
one of the then:brilliant and talent from the most of those born to Her station.
of Plant charge of Capt Arthur. Spltzer. and
; 'eompetence for the position. Mr. SeweD know that John Paul Jones had an attack
ed-young attorneys of the,city: Though belonging to a familydistinguished Challle Stewart ..owle"
the" senior partner o the Arm of bronchial pneumonia in Russia Mr. Lloyd whose approachIng engineer. This cost
is' : '
.II 1;:.'. of John 8ewll t; Biro.. and has been "Gordon Broome. a well'known attorney for its high social standing a year before he died in France. wedding was announced last week, Is 40 feet la length ft t Inch beam,
f.; a resident jot Miami 'ever since the of this city J- H. Ludwig and as well as its wealth,Mr. Stokes The autopsy showed the presence of was supposed to be the one, and the and la fitted with a lOborse-power engine

toW'li... organize He nas In every Mrs .Nellie Smith were arrested yesterday early In life'chose to devote his time the disease In the left lung whica only one. as there was an aaaoconat: She made the run from Palm
Identified himself 'with the about 1 o'clock b1'the police to uplifting the submerged tenth of humanity the French physicians long before had able delay la the others Invitations Beach in eleven hours. The boat will
way'
1 city's.. progress and. wQl. if re-electej.. at the house No. 1608 East tinsel rather than enjoying the profitless recorded. out of Mrvicel! The autopsy arriving here. go on the ma between her and tan

continue to'do" that which.is to the street The woman was charged pleasures of society. When the further showed, as history state 1. Mrs W. H. Challle. mother of the extension work, and,WIll.be commanded

city's best Interests and the ,god of with keeping,a disorderly house and social settlement wss established in that John Paul Jones died of chronic young men accompanied them to Tennessee by Capt Spltzer.
the whole, ,people., the two men with being inmates. The Rlvington street in the crowded Jewish nephritis and plainly} showeo. dropsical to attend the nuptials, and aU The large storehouse is rapidly BearIng -
M arrest was made upon complaint of section of the lower East Side Mr. condition of the patient before his three left this morning. completion. This storehouse WIll
CHAS. H. GARTHSIDE.Mr. J.:H. Jones jot 1602 East'Duvsl street. Stokes was one of its prime movers.! death. The Challis -twiD. are well known be utilized for storing the heavy materials

Garthslde,,the,other .candidate who has charge of the house occupied He took up his residence at tie settlement i "The naval hero was somewhat of a In this section having lived la Miami such as repairs for dredges.

for mayor; has fort,a somber of years by the' Smith.woman."Jones and ever since has continued to dandy, yon know and on the body was a number of years and proved themselves -. heavy hardware etc. no commissarystores :

.served 'Miami as iti'ctty treasurer. told the police that there devote to It almost his entire time as i a fIDe Unen shirt, the boeom of whica men of good business ability. being carried hereby the com

X and is one'of, the city's leading and' had been, a fight In the house and wen as a large portion of his income. was laid with ruffles and plaits His. and pure character winning numbers pany.Chamberlain's.
progressive 'citizens., He is cashier:"of that the participants therein 'had Giving up her trade .for newspaper i clothing bore the initial M.' of friends who meet heartily congratulate f

the'.Bank of Bay Biscayne, and rlce- broken up crockery, etc, and aU1e4 writing Miss Pastor was sent to Interview "I have left France with the most them ia their happiness and wish Cole Cholera and Die. -,

president of the Fort Dallas National a' general disturbance. "Ludwigwas Mr. Stokes regarding the work pleasant thoughts of the manner in them all the good things possible. arrhoea Remedy-th* Best. la ..
Bank. He has extensive propertyInterests cut on 4he forehead by a dish thrown and progress 'of the social settlement which the French people honored the After a tour of Paducah Ky. Louisville Existence.:

In Miami and has the.welfare by.Mrs Smith .When the,cue was movement. It was a case of love at body. The Immense parade of Infantryand and Cincinnati, the happy quartette T. M. Wood manager of tae Whit

of the city at heart. Mr. Garth-. caned :for trial, in the Municipal first sight All such obstacles u difference cavalry ....Imposing and the saint will come to Miami to make this County News, Beebe Ark Is a representative -

side's business qualifications eml.nently Court'today'At ctaeys Otis' RPanter la station, fortune and religion I to his honor as the soldiers passed their home. scouthern business man who,
fit him for the honors of mayorand ud'1I .c ..Jrd&1al'Ppeare.l:for'the were surmounted by Cupid and In' a. the purple velvet catafalque erected does not hesitate ia expressing his
.1 should he be ,elected the'city defense Detective! Crawford t testified short .time after their first meetingthe i la the Place Je lavalldes was extremely BUY IT NOW good opinion of a wen known remedy.

; win, be In safe hand.GEORGE that Broome was'In a partially Intoxicated : I engagement of Miss"' Pastor and : touching. It... with pride He says "It gives me pleasure to recommend

R. GOMPH. condition when arrested and Mr. Stokes was announced. :The announcement I that I saw the passing of (00 sailors Now is the time to buy Chamber- Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera

Mr. Geo. R. Oomph presents his that the house was la a general. state ; was received ,with'satisfaction that had come from the American lala's Colic. Cholera and Dierraoe and Diarrhoea. Remedy having used

,name as M' candidate for city treasurer ofdisorder. ,'J.. H.'Jones said that ; by an of the members of Mr. : fleet whose sturdy swing awakenedthe Remedy. It U certain to M aeeded it my self and ia my family with the

(Miami.!. Mr. Gomph is'the cashier there visa terribly racket .at ,taehouse'occupied 'Stokes family and the only discordantnote enthusiasm of the Parisians." sooner or later ant when that time best results. la fact I benne It to ta

of the Fort Dallas National Bank by. the Smith woman ID.the harmony of congratul: When asked as to the cost of tae comes you win need It baliy-you win best remedy of the kind ia existence,", t

and Is known as one of Miami's and that 'when he went to see what lions was voiced by the orthodox'Jews exhumation of the body. General Poi need It quickly. Buy It BOW.' It may Bold by the Red Cross Pharmacy ant

most 'progressive, young: businessmen the trouble was he met Mrs. Harper who severely censured: Miss Pastor for ter said with a smile that he had not save life. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy aU medicine dealers.'

: He' possesses the best kind of Lu41 1c.;Broome' and :xra! Smlta giving up her. own religion and embracing kept an exact account as It had extended and all medicine dealers. ...:.- a

qualifications, for. filling the officeand coming jut. ,Broome had a satchel that: of her future husband. over.such a long period of PERSONAL NOTES i
he wtirif elected,.discharge the and some shirts" in'hi.'bUd. Jones Within a few days Mr. Stokes J LA.\GANKT-1IWtarT honors wets r .

duties to the satisfaction ef alL; said that Ludwig bad .a cut :on his his briJe win leave for, Europe and time.The former ambassador said that bestowed on the late Marie Laagaaky, r.HOSIl-8arah Kumar Chat the '

R. 8. FLANAGAN.Mr. head and .that, Mrs. Harper bathed wUl' visit the native land of the bride he would not go to Washington as all Mother Superior of the Gray Sistersat Fast Indian author, is expected to
R. S. Flanagan announces)his the wound. .The'witness said that theSmith In South Russia the 1Ict118 of some of his affairs with the State Departmentwere Tuts Prussia at her funeral recent come to this country next season on a

candidacy. for the office of dty. mar woman lived ia the house where her "girlhood,trials, of>which she has settled. lIe..ill take up his residence ly. Before serving for nearly two decades lecture tour.KELLERIlls..

shal. or as. the new charter has It,. the'disturbance.occuned .but that he written many Interesting stories. On for the present It the home of at the Tats Hospital she had
.' chief of -police.' For;a' number' 'of had.'seen otner i ''women' going ,'to and their return to New York they wm resume' his eon Clarence Porter No. 571 Fifth earned the iron cross and a medal as Helen Keller's book

', years Mr. Flanagan has served theI coming from the place Jones ,said their charitable and philanthropic Avenue. The latter journeyed to nurse In the war of 18. -11. Three salutes II"bcInl translated Into a .dozen ton

> city of Miami as' marshal. and his that his wife ...nt.to the Smith ..0- work in the tenement district Quarantine to meet his father who is were fired over her grave. gues. Including Ra...... Bohemian

record speaks for' itself.' He- has 'mau'a,-house 'to,;collect j rent .Howard'Osborne In exceUent health. Roumanian Finnish Swedish and Jap
been indefatigable la his efforts-- to said that"he'heard the KEY WEST CIGAR LIVERMQRE: The late Mary A. anese.RODRIQUEZ.

I preserve the order'tl the'place, has noise in the house and saw.the defendants FACTORY IN ASHES If )I. Witte Is coming to the United Uvermore was once called 'the Daniel '

beeA,fair and Impartial to all. and .coming therefrom. The States hunting trouble instead of Webster of American women." because -Jesos Rodnques. a

.,.::- the evil-doer has had many,causes to :witness said that he lived next .!oor.? Key West. Fla. July,15. -The largetbreestory'clgar peace, he can find it in Just ss large of her majestic mien, solidity :Uf'Jtlran'tllhabltant of El Paso boasts i
regret that he fell 'uDder the observation In 'the trial .at ,the police court factory of E. E. Crusoe chunks as he can carry off with him of character.: Doric simplicity, of that although 97 years old he has nev- *
of the marl at Mr, Flanagan I which followed the: arrest Broome, was entirely destroyed by fire u raped and labeled, ready for use. thought and weight of utterance. 'der worked a sing!* day la his life. iooooc

: coo. 'marshal" this city last night. -
has made the tort a Ludwig and the Smith 'woman were -- -
and as "'OIefof: Police" ,he will each''fined W.00. and Broome' was The factory was locate at the corner OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ..ooooo oooocoooooooooooooooo

keep on discharging his duties the only one who could produce the of Caroline and -Williams street
and wss a frame bniUlng. When Under President Roosevelt 4.
REDMOND B. GAUTIER. coin and on payment he was re Cabinet Changes ,
working full force it had a capacity
Announcement t is made in this issue leased. '
for two hundred workmen, and as l
.of the candidacy of Redmond .U. I' 4
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CHOLERA*INFANTUM"' result of the disaster it will throw JOHN 11.\Y. of District of Columbia Secretary JOHN D. LONG, of Ma+.acbaielt Secretary of
Gautier for the nomination of city attorney
,. Mr. Gander Is one'0: Miami'smost large'number of men and women out i of State, dirt lo offtrv June 3O,11II\.m probably be tbe Navy under UeKinI"yv resigned; iiwcerJrJ m

: popular young lawyers, 'and is Child Not Expected to Live From One of employment succeeded by Elifcu Root, of :Kf w York. May 1,190', by William/ U. Moody. who resigned to

s 'u able, capable and 'efficient man.who flout to Another but Was Cured by How the fire started Is as yet unknown LYilAX J. GAGE, of lllino, Secretary of the become Attorney Reoersl. and was succeeded by Psul ;

will,' receive atInng support. Id.1t.hominnkl Chamberlain's CoUc, Cholera. and Die .' nor is the total loss stated, I Treasury, irrvrd under yrKinley' entering office Morwoothlitoi.oaJulyI,1901thelaterreelgrMarch -
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wilt'bghhoaor, himself arrhoea BemeJy. though It is laid that It will reach. up I 1, 1'191,resigned; uerrrJrd b) Leslie M. $bmt ,
., .. sad succeeded Charles J,
' ". Into the thousands.1In sag on July, 19u, was by
and the. city of Miami for electing I I of Iowa rrbrurI,111111. l
Mr. Crusoe visited the north 1 19U5.
May Bonaparte, of Maryland July ,
him. ." Ruth; the little daughter of E. N. and -cast 'and returned a few weeks !, ELI HU ROOT, of New York. Secretary of War
W. M.' POPE. : rider McKinley, succeeding Kuiwell A. Alger. of ETHAN AI.LEX IilTC of MuMOart,
', .?.. Dewey of APeWTWe."a.,was seriously ago with a large number of orders and ; UOCKt
; We also present the name.of W. in of cholera infantnm last summer last night's fire,will greatly handicap Michigan who resigned before Rootevett came IB; Secretary of tbe Interior nader MeKlnley entering 9
)[. Pope .for the pfflcv. of "treasurer "We her gird did aped succeeded by William II. Taft, February 3, 1904.
gave up not hlm'ln filling'them! though it U obtained I office December 21. 1W*; still in office.JAM .
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In this issue Mr. pgp.'b the efficient her to live from oae hour to another from a reliable source that .e P.C. KXOX, of Pennajlranla, Attorney General
deputy clerk In the office of E. C. he says. "1. happened to think ofChamber1aba' Is making arrangements to fit up an- under McKinley, resigned to become United StatesSenator Ed VriLS4)XtIowa.feerUrj f Agrteal.
Dearborn.the clerk of the circuit court Colic. Cholera and Di other building. and win start as soon from Pent+ylvania; succeeded by William tare seder McKinley, catering offlce'"llay i,1'97; K

for Dade county and is a young magi arrhoea.Remed,. 'and got a bottle of ss possible to work. There was no one FL Moody,July 1.1904. I\Wlaodlee. 1

of excellent qualities thu fit him-foe It from the stored: la five hour I saw' la the building at the time of the are CHARLK3 EMORY SMITH of Peaasjlvsala, GEORGE: B. CORTELYOU. of New York sp...

the office U aominitei. .. ,...:.. a change'forthe, )ett r"' 'W kept' on sndno. Urea have'beeu.reported lost PfttmaiUr General eider XeKInWy. resigned; NOpoi.teel Secretary the Department of Commerce
W. ft. HILL. giving 1t-and before she had taken the 'eecded by Henry C. Pajae of WUeoaila. wb eMIt and Labor by President Roosevelt. o. Its formation, ;

,;' For Municipal Judge W. Stuart BQ1 half of one srH bottle she was ". ." The two Atlas paper&,Be door In office,and wss succeeded bj Robert J. .,.... *frtaasyUaala February, Mot resigned. become ehalraaa of.
has placed his eaattdaey la the handsW 'This remedy U for tale by tW Red sal and tie Coattltitloaj are *Uq ;' October 10, '1904, wb was snaeiiaed the ..,.W'" National Coaasaitu; sneedcd by

his Meads for their coaslderatloa.Is Cross Pharmacy and aQ n41dM*dean. Just the same'as K they were published by George B. Cortelyo meaty. 1, iMa.. Victor B. Mrtealf.*f California,July M,m.

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COURT' K, nos sand that If a second primary tREWAROSO"EREDIN .
SPECIAL TtRrtClRCOTT. .. > exhibitor mnu consider his exhibit( ,
and tterra .
.- became necessary that it be teld'onthe [ DAVIS MURDER CASS N..Ja'moutatu; engWi
from the
"Y5 4r judges standpoint. WhUe'th.
I LI c.; .! .A.. The.peclal July term of the circuit Tuesday following. August 29. It 4 .... i teeming applied to protect from.devaat .
are at present no authoritative
i tat ton
Tic professions court called by Jnj&' Minor 8. Jones, was ordered that an official> call bed The committee which was selected standardajDoct expert Judges bars by floods; drainage of submerred -
( at
JuJse of the Seventh Judicial Circuit prepared and published.On i to raise funds to offer as a reward fort outline follow areas; directing and conducting tbs. s
they less close I
more or
" l of Florida, was convened In Miami the question of assessments of the capture of the murderers of C. E. 1 ly A general plan for ill traits. ea I waterm to Its most beneficial use; elf: 4t ,

thta moraine vlth Judge pones, pre- the various candidates, to raise moneyto j Dai Is and daughter. Elsie Davis, have ublih by the Massachusetts State j' at dog with special reference a

ilding. States Attorney John C. Jones carry on these primaries, it was | made their report aa follows: the strike of the weather bareavthrontbout
Board of
Agriculture is
used la Ita
t} J.ttenen and after examining the ordered that the following assessments "We the committee to I the United State**'and coVonlzatlon ,
Bad, Ex-go 3 n .<) was pretent. empowered prevent of a slightly! modified form by
.. special venire of Juror mad for this be made: I collect funds for the purpose of aiJ- of new areas. developed
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. many judges.; It b as follows: Qnal- through
Irrigationt
term it vat found that certain for For Mayor 110. Ing In the detection of certain criminals !
t .mpn Cloet.aU-ru.n ba.d rww+1 For ConncUmen. 'each t.! tty 10 points; form IS points; color The respective sections 'win be prei .
malltiti had not been compiled with hereby offer the sum of $SJ< as a IS size 10
eeuWt.ollW..for.uutata.aews points; points; uniformity
J. TlllM. ant the States attorney made a motion For City Marshal. fS. reward to the ptrson or Pf'fIODIbo |' i sided over by tin following .leaders:
In size. !\0 points; freedom from leper #
'OBot Mlatal. PIa.H' to quash the venire and asked For City Clerk. $10. shall furnish evidence that will lead Forestry Cifford: Plnehot Bureau of
it fections. :tJ points; total for perfec
that a new one be ma.... This was so I For City Attorney $+. to the detection: sad conviction of the..I tkm. 1M puiau.Ntarty i! Forestry. TVa-hlagtoa. D. C.; prodn ;

P( T.8IA&OS.K.-X, ordered by Judge Jones and the men For Municipal, Judge, IS. ) murderer or murders of the late C. E. ;I all points are considered ;, tion IrrigaUoB. Dr. A. C. >Tree. experiment -
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: u' For City Treasurer $L Davis station dlrector.Waahmgtoa.
Offle wttb Kd Cro PbWBMr.KMtten summoned to serve the court Jurymen and Elsie.Signed
from commercial Theoversized
H' a standpoint I
t Htt trees were discharged. For Commissioners of Public Works. ( )* J.V.. Homer. :\ 0.C.: engineering and mechanics <
fruit is
1 : not wanted by themarketsand
loner Aft CMIAMI. Judge Jones then gave Sheriff Kro- $:.oo. R. E naIL : (I Frederick H. Newell Rcelamatioa
.
J FLORIDA.QR. overgrown specimens are
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hock orders to make op a Jin of cranl ; There are nine councilmen to be M. IX RusselL Service Washington. D. c.: climatoKogy.
> to be the
likely cut by expert judge.
'i J. JL JAjCUOH, !L.O"CZ jurors from those already snmmoneJ. elected and three commissioners of The following: certificate! has been : Quality Is a bard point to handle: especially > H. \\1Ulaua, Weather Bnnan.Wtshiugton .

and to summon a petit jury of twelve public works. made by the cashier of tne Fort Dallas with fruit and IX C.: rural settlement
not ripe
: yet
men from the body of the county. The assessments levied on the candidates :National Bank G. R. Gomph. and Chsrl W. Etwriela. land ageatSouthern
MOTEL BlSCATTNE BLOCK A V It. Dt < In such cases is often disregarded: or
1'r This was done, and the followingmen is to be paid to the secretaryand the ca hler of the First National Bank. i estimated the form Pacific .departmeat.Saa..
by and general appearance -
a, KUKL. FLORIDA. were called up and sworn In as treasurer of the executive commit E. C. Romfh: I Francisco

'+'0 grand jurors for this term of court: tee on or before noon of August 13. Miami. Fla.. July IT. 1905. I dons of of specimens.fruits la. compeU- la the engineering. and( mechanics'
| storage however it u
DLBEoClIl.r& S. L. Metcalf. J. A. Bowers, J. I. A. a 1905. This is to certify that the First National lof I section win be held a gatbeiiaf ot r
special
Importance Uniformity
DENTIST. Craig:B. F. Moody J. C. Rogers Wm. The secretary of the committee Bank of Miami, t.., has on ({j of specimens b. most importanti the field engineers of the government +

* Ofie U Snrall BiUlOK'Twelfth TVhidden, \\. H. Combs. U. \\'. Fenton. : Judge A. E. Heyser was appointed a deposit the sum oi $'8.00 and the Ft. I I matter Fair-sized fruit of even form having charge of work: on the 'great

: stew J .W. Cardy C. 0. Richardson J. B. committee of one to attend to advertising Dallas National Bank has on depodt and color of the make enterprises being carried forward nailer -
proper type p
I
Vt'm. Heine the can for the primary. There the supervision ,of the' Reclamation
MIAMI. FLOIBDA. Coalman A. Laaseter sum of $412. which amounts have good plates. They show to much better
J. A. Enter, W. A. Cooper B. A. Cromartle : being no further business the committee been voluntarily raised by t..e private I advantage than uneven specimens Service and thOM yet to be taken up?

i H.F.ATBtSON, F. \V. Chapman and S. Ki An adjourned. at the call of the chair citizens of Miami and vicinity for thepUJ'p06e i' Freedom from blemishes should be In and approved scattered throughout '

i1' drews.In man. of offering a reward for Information slated A fruit J fourteen states .aL territories. Not
ATTORNEY AT LAW. upon. Injured by Insect
only will delegates have the chance r
instructing the grand jury Judge .
u4aimlnaUui leading to the. arrest and > disease accident
or is
lpctU ttuntioB five* te eonTtiyuelBc not marketable
t FBblir I.Os.UIDoe et TttlM.Saiy Jones explained to.them the reasons KELLY BURDINE conviction of the mnrJerer or murderers and deserves a hard cut Some older I to discuss features of the work with

1m .....u .Udlmc., ,why this special term of court .was of XE-Darls and Elsie Davis. The judges disqualify such fruit from theI engineer engaged la the respective
t. caOed. He said. that the VaJ" ( j localities bntjihey win also have toeels '
; MIAMI. FLORIDA county Marriage of Two Popular Young Pt presiding Judge of the Seventh Judicial I competition |
:r jail had many Inmates., arrested for District of Florida is hereby designated Fairs should be educational to the elaborate and compre- d
: pie of Miami Sunday Evtnlng. j char henslve exhibit
W. GRAMLHTG of the Reclamatiom
various Crimea and that_ should
they the I
D& as one who shall decide as I refer Those who attend should see j'! Service Bureau
la the
{ be tried and elthn'release..! government
or pta to whqm the above reward should be ;
only good specimens. such aa the
-If PHYSIC* AID Svuao.. wed ..i the cue may be aa they are At Methodist church.South $ n Sa1eTenlnCo be paid. This reward la good for six I world markets want If they are to be building at the Lewis and Clark Expo
:.' MIAKI TaixraoKa B'LM. Innocent Mr. Madison M. Burdlne andMiss sition. This exhibit contains assay
onlc iv jrcirea or guilty. He gave aa months from date hereof. benefited by their attendance. Thegro..r
otMr and the principal reason for Margie, Kelly were united In Fort Dallas National Bank. models photograph and saner feat '
Boon from I a. m.to t p.' m. Aittac the apedal term,ted that marriage. Promptly at the sttel hour should know what la wanted urea showing the magnitude of la* a aa
was
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Signed
Kiu. FGILL)3SPIBEHLOBDentis ) By G. B. Gomph. and U he does not. the fair: may be
i r'a'axonns of the horrible Davis tragedy of 7ZO.and to the step o ftnat grand I Cashier. valuable school for him. work undertaken by the Reclamattoc, l

) t u which C E. Dull and laughter old wedding march of Mendeluohn'e .. First National Bank. Service .

!;, Elsie:Davis, were murdered la tD rendered by Miss Marie Rush the or (Signed) By E. c. Romfh. .

t.mca..IL ROasCEFSiP : ..' home, sad that there were certain ganlat of the chnrch., he young couple Cashier.Miami. : MUCH INTERIaT U MANIFEST'Portlaad. Sine the beginning of the war Raaaia s

Ie ........ TMtl BL persona under arrest for the crime entered the church preceded by the FUu, July 1.1105. ha drawn oa her tmaarey balance
tUL&)CI._SL.tsslaIIitM Jt'was a crime (or.:which'" the perpetrators ladles ot the family and'friends, and Ore. July 17. On ot to the extent of (i1A00.00rose

MIAMI FLOBIDA.Trrmnpi should be punished and that six young girts, moat daintily dressed !/II the most Important of the many *-ata w... has expended a special war faa4of
Another
1f. ZLXTU8LA. speedily. He asked the grand Jury to In white, the gentlemen remaining lathe This RrwareV. stings la Portland this summerwillbe 140.MO.Nft. tad has fcorrowed} Ul>
H morning Messrs. Merrttt ft Kolh the meetlac ot the National Irrt 00400 rouolee .
at one begin its Investlgatlona In this rear of the aflae. This ... that tM r
: t.Jjrt., received a letter from MrTraak 1 mini cation Congress neat coati Tarooca war has e coat Baaala about M00.004roabela.
Rev. L. D. Lowe
and Ur. Wmiam
case and to girt It close and careful ,
tHr..... Av.C Me dated at Nashville T...,.author: increased Interest U '
Ittan Omar Mr* tM matter pertaining or $2i0Aally.. A rather *
etous.4.... .. attention. And U the evidence they Gentler were waiting at the" chancel lung them to add US'to the mbserlptlon '
to Irrigation the scope or. the congress costly business, not counting the teas
discovered tuffldent to rail The beautiful aerrlce'or the
ann Tor* ... JIAIIJh.oIuN. waa bring a list
... true bill against Uaoee'DOW' under arresWo Methodist church was read by Rev. the: which Is being raised for has been so enlarged that the of thousands of human Urea that have a
apprehension of the murderer or work of the
forthcoming session soul beet tat
I. JUJJDICK, do so U quickly:u possible Lowe, and the ring placed >on thebride' murderers .
JOB of the late \;. E Dada and be systematized
It lato!
fct 1 ENGINEER that ire person or'penou may be finger, Mr. Gander pronouncing brdlvjalng .
CIVIL daughter. Miss Elsie.
five sections, each conducted by a The Miami Board of ._
tried before'the court. And If they them man and wife The seconl Trade toil aot ,

?a .AND..SURVEYOR.... .. rvuaMe I could not find,aufflcient; 'evidence u part of the march was then begun andthe Mr. Trimble was here lastwinterand chairman recognised U aa eminent want the. new ship caaaaeKeaterias'
0 ". .- was so well pleased with the future authority U his line.
f.IIn .?!. eo Nb.DlriLLy LpO.nl me convict: these'mea.. to release them. bridal party left the cnureh to go Blacayae Bay placed la the ants clan "
......(.. of this city that he invested aev In the various sections Information with the Panama CaaaL
Jones to the home where the
Judge guesspent
was very explicit in his groom's q eral
-1 MIAMI J'LOJUD.LS. thousand dollars la the
city and will be dispensed the la-
instructions to' Ihort'time regarding --
the grand jury, and hela a after the serving
;, H. BICEXOKI] much gratified that the citizens of of delicious refreshments aLl admiring he country property. Among that which creasing of.production by IrrigationIn This insaae,asrlam fight alould !b*
purchased la the Truslov site at the humid u well aa la the arid straightened out
Miami and Dade eout7'UYe acted in toe manylovely and useful pres soon u the flgat of

'REAL the way In which they hare Inthe Davis ents. Cocoanut Grove, and three Iota on sections; forestry problems la New the legislative committee and the '

+ tOCMT PtPMMMC: G ESTATE.AI., case leaving It to be tried beforethe The bride wore a beaat1t11lIO'II'1I of Fourteenth hoteL street, next to the Everglade ; England ;'and along the Appalachian. asylum people la about to run everybody .. 4

1LILAT rcBUo LABUIJTJTLEB. proper tribunals, without any resort white organdy, and trimmed with wide I chain" aa'well aa along the Boca? else la the state crazy.FREDK. .
4 '
FLOBIDA. to lynch lav or violent action of lace and looked very charming aa she -
.. FRUITS FOR'EXHIBITION'
any sort stood beside the atrong.upright figure( I.I MORSE
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H. P. BRANNING.Attney ', Criminal Docket of the groom, listening to the' impressive ,
W Cis dIr The following la the criminal docket ...orJiwhlch meant. "for better or 'Advice of Growers How to Prtpare;

on which the court win work until the for Them for Fairs :
rn_ Attata* MKflen. Etfenac*: yone.KeU1' i REAL ESTATE
r grand Jury makes a report on the home la not In Miami,
We te.ty Stak l+l In view of the several State
fairs
to
Davis case: but nearly everybody knows Mr. M. I '

West Palm Beach h ,Flonda State vs. Adam Steven, auaultwfih M.,Burdlne. who la a bustling young be held In Florida next fall (he following l .Offices. op stain Cor. Ave C and IS tb St. .

Intent to murder., business man of the Marie City. advice from Press Bnletia No. i i

f- JAM!:S T.SAlfDEES, State ra Jacob Croskey breaking Mr. and Mrs. Burdlne will be at 143 of the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Miami. Dade Co., Florda.

( ATTORNEY AND "- and entering. home to their friends at Third Street Station Js Interesting: i

COUNSELOR AT LAW. State vs. Rosa Newbold, using inJecent and Prout avenue, where he baa a neat The exhibitor should study carefullythe "

Ceaaol'Clal'.eI seal E_ Lew. Atnt lot language publicly. home having recently bought a lot permlnm lists and note every class I AGENT OR LANDS Olr '*O

Fl4etltJ..4 Det-Mit Co.Beittmon.Md. State vs.May Wilson, grand larceny I and built this substantial little cot In which he can make entries and then I Florida East Coast Railway Co. .
Ornen i. WAT.O. BLOCS. lack ton atMIAUL get his entries ready. Every fruit and
f FLORIDA.' State vs. Timothy Cailiard. assault tage. vegetable .. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
with Intent to murder. -- that is,to go on the exhlott p

illTCHELL D.,PRICE, State vs. W. L. Bnrch, lI.aultYlth- I President Roosevelt has directed tables should have the best possible Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co 14a

4 -:; I Intent to murder. t that the cotton leakage scandal bei opportunity for development ThI..W -, ,- --IiMango

cAttorney at Law and 'Sohcltor: State vs. Charlie Reese, breaking i probed to the bottom. Secretary "i usually require thinning and some

in Chancery i and entering; Wilson is determined that there shall times a little pruning In order to give

: OOe:,Hat-kctt KId<.. MUMI.;TLAW. I i State VB. wnI'Sloan.brealdnc, and en-1 be no more leal* A dispatch says: : the fruits a chance to color. Every Se d Wanted

tering. "Eight or ten employes of the department I I IVe

f.- C. MAYNARD. State ra. J. S. Collins, Aaron Collins, I were today engaged In get: lonis'iIIe& Nashville R R.

and F. M.: Harsh assault' with Intentto I ting up reports. One was AsshtanSecretary i \ .

murder. Hays.another was MrJlyde. '

) State vs. Flossie Porter' ,''public'' pro- Secretary Wilson- locked them Xl1 up > 1'e\ ffj Low Rate Ronnj Trip \ will pay 6 cents per dozen for l

fanljr. 1 In one big room and then put the key I .

States.. Emma!\Vnlttaker( Malicious in his pocket Next he had the telephone Summer Tourist Tickets. I i fresh, sound. Mango Seed, Deliver


.JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. mtecalet. *.V .
In.tht' office
: %/f; disconnected so
Perfect fitting, easy weiring jrlasset Civil Docket -m that no leva of a broker" In New On sale daily to ration* resorts : ed at \Vilson. & 'Flye f Grocery

are a great comfort. With our exwD-1 I The following civil cases are on the York could get in communication with North and West, limited to October I
ire and Urge .! Store. Avenue D. Miami
*e there apparatus is De guess work. Price* ret docket, many of, -rblcn will be air )Ir. Hyde or any of his .....tant.. 3Ut to return including I f I Florida

onable. We repair Wstebes, Clorks, posed.!. of at this term: Then the blinds oa the windows were Chiragot Milwaukee Minneapolis i I I '

Y Jewerly trade and asked Spectacle for. Located'A portion on AT-ofycur H. .E. Tuftle; receiver .ra, Alfred cloned and the shades were arawn St. Paul. Denver. Colorado I The Griffing Brothers Company
l;
sue D between 12tb and Utb Su. Davis ejectment. which created a-combination of absolute Springs Pueblo
H. E. Tuttle, receiver, vs. Abraham darkness In order to keep I :

1ri' .J*I W.Jr rkras4 C. MAYNARD Oredute OotieUn, Kelly ejectment the statisticians from melting halt a Extremely low rates to PortlaftdOre.I;i Proprietors Pomona Nurseries;

v Dpi eddell vs.vHE.. Tuttle reaismnpslt .- dozen electric fans wpreaef 1e motion : Account toui A i: Clark KxpoM-i >! Jacksonville and Miami, ftorida1iiAifLr

,felt : 1 and thep-thjfMftjhtaJwere.tcjued on.lafcchjiouf1 tion: also to San 1Dci""o and ,I I ,
HJe'Cb-re mmm i m mmim f m Hi
mmmum H mmf f mmm
mi
FWENTSer 11 tirnH1ll ..l3. .a llen' came each;!ne was Lo,Ai>jcle*. -- HH- m---m-i

ant' ibJa ei.. $2.000" erTbblehIs
c rm1tttoX'to order for refre '* i

I, 'Miami Transfer Co. "Vs. C. T.' MeI tfflents on a piece of piperwhlcwas D .1
J=.. rtC.. NCTUNNCD.OrxKMrtt I Crimmon, foreclosure ot lien. slipped under the door and earned
naarctrtnt1M u..ua.T.
.. ..-. .W r.lb.a".etlb.e1.M .. 'C. T. McCrlmmon TS. Miami Transfer ta the cafe on the grounds by LINE operating through 4s
-W(tee t.aet wawaros.nrr ." !bleepers : : .
from Florida to St. Louis
: -- .s Co...< breach, of contract a messenger who brought back the
:'with
: '-,.,..---..-.- ....-... 1..tt..Pt.- earn :Turner-. TVlnfleld're. r the Grlmng victuals. Finally when the reportswere Dining Car Service.
-'au r ooevttour. ....w Bros. Co., the lbreu
ready
damages. 6000. sweltering prisonerspounded t itlarW Sleepers to rnUfrreRrtEninaClialrCan
i : u. a. >.--oir.., .
WASWIROTOM. D. C. the door which was a signal f:

'COMMITTEE CALLS, A PRIMARY to a waiting messenger that the I Finest (tabu Car Sen1c la (rbe South ; Is rapidly going to the front as the fading r

', -:. -z.::._' -n: :_.- i->.."*,* .*;..:.orJl1 work vwi s..dona.' Secretary*rWHson > in South Florida.
DSWIFMKILL Ask for ticket via the L. AN.. city Everybody
The execnUre was then notified, and the statistical
committee of the '
city. _
For rates and vrbedale*. to I Now
of Miami selected a- year:apynet Saturday force was relasei" 'I aDY is going to Miami. is the time to .
I'nlf
; point J orth r\Ve<.t and for
.
t I e\'eDlq'.t the office of Judge:A.: man Reservations call on or write !I secure a choice location either for busi- ,

E. Heyser for the purpose of Issuing Secretary 'Shaw. talks about the I Ii .
residence. Choice locations
r.E E. BERRIXG ness or : in
THE COUCH a'call for a.city'primary election $25,000,000 deficit aa 'if almost any I i ru. p.... art..La, : B ..

A vV CURE' THE LUNCS nominate candidates. for the'variousoffices I man owed that amount of mosey. I I'r.. BaSirret, J-ckM-arille.. tWrid- ,,1 *the city for sale by : : : : : ; :

to be filled at the "coming municipal

b wl Dr. King's election. There:were present Has Stood The Test 25 Years I

H. F.:Atkinson C;: H. &nle ion. H.C.- I 1. FORT DALLAS LAND COI

a Badge and.&.'E. Heyser. .
New .
Discovery On motion, H-F-itklnton was elected Grove'sl ,

('ORtUVTTOMOUC8Sa4 Price chairman ot the committee, and A '
FOfl' SOefcft.00IBS E. Heyser. secretary. Call on Or

,\ FrN Trial.tercet .; > 'The'purpose" 'of the meeting was Chill Tonic 7OII :s. P, vz*. 7. :E: ZNC3 iAH'12d 8 ,

and Qwekut Our for tUTKTtOAT stated by the chairman, and after discussion : Tasteless Agent, Fort Vice-Pres. Fort Dallas g ;
and Z.UVO TBOT7B.US 'it'waa decided that the city Dallas Land Co., Miami., Fla. Und. Co., St. Augustine FlaOOi '

,F a orXOVZT BACK. primary"be held on Tuesday, August 4, No-C, re-No-Pay., 50 cents. 11'
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,''J;>taw_ >rortt,, July 11. There are t.widening slightly as It ".SeICeD.Ia.I .. 3

.form' 4. 'of summer neck sarisseea I Around the sides an.s back are set

: I, two shaped flounces each headed bya
> nowaday the ostrich feather ..
narrow line of guipure in trailing
'and marabout scarfs and cravats garland design.! These flounces air

|/which-,take the plAce of. winter furs so lose' to the skirt that the effect

;the scarfs and shale and little capes Sa'almost that of a double skirt trimmed
tines of lace and the flounce* 1fi
tt'chiffon, mouwellne, lace etc.,but by
are much deeper in the back than
r enght the Parisian fancy. It to mere-
where they start, at either side of the

-4 t7-aaxtravagaat' fun ruche of tulle front, so that the lines of lace curve NPIi1IA

rr'ore close about the throat In plerrot upward sharply toward the back. *

;fashion and finished,at/the ends by Heavy lace to set Into the tops of,the C 11 5U48LST1ON FRGM "'

if long, hoops ,and ends:*01 ribbon. short sleeves in tabbed cap fashion

..'but it to Dot an Inexpensive trifle if sad for the pointed yoke at the blouse. NO7HWODS.

*?bonght at a gopd pUc and wen.made, while below the yoke a line of the ;

V.tfor it requires a' surprising amountS narrow lace is set Soft Valencien

of t1I11. : ... nes may be used to soften the linesat I
: The most artistic of the Wood Workers
Even If a woman can make It for throat and elbow, still leaving the product art.
whole of elegant severity,
effect
one
y? herself. they amount of material re-:
of elaboration far removed from tnssiness. A Full line has just arrived.
.;( qatreJ Wings the cost up to a oonslderable ,
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'sum. and the scanty rushes of .

'" :Inferior toll soU cheaply are .neither A linen bolero an.l skirt plain Inline Cool, comfortable and 'cozy. You have a chance to get first pickIL
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amart'DOl' practical, for they.are so with heavy raised embroidery
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i. :much more perishable than.the ruche bordersand fine trailing raised and Don't miss it .

aof better quality. The latter are pert openwork embroidery-tanning' from :.. ,
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: jlsbable enough and In their freshness these borders into the-boJy of skirt ,

Hues. their chief charm. Many. wo- ud ,Coat, to a useful ud. attractl..1 .
tUes their chief charm. KaI1l a wo-. costume and an sorts of coat and skirt 1:;:

'te matching 'rarlons frocks and"' hats costumes In embroidered linen are

for the rnche should always be ,a well liked, provided tney are smartly '
The Dade Furniture
': 'part of the costume with'which It 1svon. made and'have the necessary note County Company

but white ruche win doIff
a fluffy of elegance Better a frock of plain ,
duty :-wUh many 'summer frocks and linen'than a shoddy and pretentious .
The House That Treats'ou:
:almost Always frames a face becomf1ngly. one of, embroidered linen; but the Right=

.Scarfs of tune, shirred and embroidered 'linen gown at Ita' belt Jr Tr'

frilled and of three'yard length, are to the height of.the, mode lor certain :.r ;
"""ralso made to" match .costumes.' and occasions. We are not the only exclusive Housefurnlshlng In Miami but can show :'

'i-, mrfi'ot"antiquemuinfiembroideryare Estelle ClalremonC you the largest stock of exclusive Housefurnishlngs on the East Coast

delightful accompaniments for: II', AI .
'thin summer frocks. I M "
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.- .,This antiquemnafn'embroiderybaabecome *ff -- _',"
"- a.. mania ."spa.-every womanwho -u .
Of.This Port Entu d- nd'Bug arlzed .
: baa a bk of it Is pressing It Into .. ,

:service' as, trimming.. Unfortunately .In Jacksonville., WHAT d. ... df .'
the Idea.U-abn.eX; as-are most faas.ind'one"sees A THE PACKAGE HELD. 1,

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Sp1, In eeldence dirty worn ; "' ., <- ... w ... ..c.
..pieceYof' embroidery: 'which.'though The*JacksonTlle Metropolis; of'lastSaturdayccntahs The middle-aged man In the streetcar I 1 I .
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e they may'have been''exquisite at one the'following. 'relative was talking so heatedly to,[1Wi i 'to :.;

tame. :are not ,worthy of resurrection. to a'well known Miami: easel, youthful companion.'and using such a i iupeS II ,. ,
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the burjlarlzacot': her tore''Tro6m,, UD4ance. of gesture, that''the I (
4Antlquf linen Is another, fad but and'an Incident unprecedented In the! .
passengers turned .'o them anew 11
as
'\this.does not.'like antique embroider search'for"Etclen'goods 1:1'that 'city.:i i I ...... ;.'. 1
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from the health food, corset and '.
cape i
>,ed muslin; actually mean ol. material: 1IfGCOt'P W., Anacrson.. commanding I ,
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:: ; patent medicine up above."That j
,,'DOI.Iath. work:on It old work. If the schooner Ucrcnaat from. .': S4.95

!!:00;' bas,.the old hanJspun linen:so Miami; called at the pcllco staUw today : cried the theory oldish gentleman.a dinged. outrage!"J I I R' ::

mach the..beUerr,.. bat many of the and reported that the Vessel had ''' said """'>,-"
this 011. don't let It annoy'yoV i I \\t "...
J'reJ1chm04e18 in material are .
t 1inean' been looted'by'thievcs, a&a that ha' the young man soothingly. "Erery I .
kno old.,Th. linen selected must requested the'aid'of jJ hopoUca, 'In'' i .. '
,one has torn Dr. Osier's theory toshredsweeks I .. "
;,'be'as le rl'.u-JIOUlbIe like the oU finding the stolen goods** ago'ud.it to'entirely,:I '... .". .. .'.... "" ''..1..
linen. thick coarse; firm but. ... tv" .-
very "Therobbery'. occurred everat -'!." !
'even, and loft without stiffening. forgottelLIt 4 ; ?' of" i
/ the schoonerwas lying
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should not be forgotten, bnt, '
>Worked, In English,, open work, eml at the foot of Hogan street Allot

.,'..Drollery, or,Ina mature of pnmetls the ship's"storesthe earpenterstools, should 11'-.1&14 be the held angry'man.up to scorn"The continuous nerve *: :; Four j Lars and d aiaet i -fiVe v cents will papeE'r

satin* stitch) and open work this lln'en 7 part"of th/gglng"an4! _the'creWs- of talking about met being useless at *: .
is used for everything from frocks
,; clothing were stolen. "
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forty.
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.-and coats..to parasols and. hats Cahooa' assigned to 'I
Detective was '
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Foolish commented the other.
: : AN SRDINARY SIZE it wiii
the ROOM.
I.ii Exquisite,robe patterns In' the em- case and accompanied>1,CaptalR "Wasn't It Cicero.'who wrote an essay ., pay
'b Older 4 linens are offered at prices. Anderson to the pawnshop IA'HIrd De Senectnte," praising old aid '

: 'reasonable; In vie w:? of the work tar'tohed of the'stolen property.' The skipper ,
Say, what do yon thing. aoout Vene
upon them;and now these prices and the"officer went toTJncle Dave's'plscZ auela" for the materials used io papering tie walls.

-, are dfopplpg to, the* bargain point on West B., street where they "Cicero was wise said the' polemical ; "

i.dare :expensive.. of coarse, are the were given an ,Icy 4.rath r'ua- man, clinging to the subject
",frocks It ual reception.by the proprietor,- who -
embroidered to orler, and "and when a man realizes that he to e .

::" 1 compromise Is often effected by dung Gaboon says. positlvely.refnsed.to allow growing old he should not try to hide,

,the aOorer, by-the-yard embroidered Capt. Anderson to look ,at the the fact. '

.: linen combined with embroidered and carpenter's tools that had been -pawned One of his gestures dlsloJgel T a :: Jtill\\ for the of tie It will
of pay hanging paper. pay
otherwise
-"tlfs:and trimming. or with plaint .or disposed- there package that he had placed on the carseat I : .
..4 the ,
linens.Take protested agatsst ,showing
; t beside him and It alippea to the
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.,; ".,. : for example, a rearming frockallbyer captain anything went -with he Capt wanted: Anderson to aee.CahooB car annexed floor unnoticed, where the conductor fore entire cost of making your 'room real iful l }

iqf linen embroidery..of .the it '
a'eareb "
to Justice WUlard and
.ll Ihh'type. The linen Is absolutely warrant "When the?.gray ha(rs begin':to .
obtained-'and.armed wits show"let, th.-mu not try to hide :;' .. .
::3 without stiffening, and th. bodice front ,
this, the pair : e.se..t'to search"Uncle '
lJ s; softly''draped.' the drapery, being proc DOlle'of the then, but inhibit'them proudly as a .
": caught DP'OR'the left.shoulder by 'a DIYep but sign 01"AD7bo4T*=' '::'.: : '" :: .
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stolen goods found,. It )' : '' f
were was necessary '" ; : ; :
": knot of deep strawberry velvet set in in the car lose WI'pack" ; : .
for Capt Anderson io Seethe, t : .,: !. .,;; ; .
'gold rim*;. _Short puff sleeves finish good to Identify his property .If apr asked the consaentxms! con- ;' ..if. -: .' ,.t'i -, ,'. ,.,, :' ;:' .. .
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r above:the elbow'In a close fitting cuff ducfor."Why. .' "i !.
.; found... In speaking 'of the case Detective ". ,. .. ..... ,.., ,,".-. ," 1. ,. ,'"", '..
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;,. ofUceandafoldorrelTet. The full Ifs mine! cried the. man., '; ;' .. .. 1'tJ\ .
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Cahoon said that thus was the d',1)).> -:,. ;"
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.: skirt has a lace trimmed flounce. stopping suddenly, .... ." ', :- .' .." t' .,
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first instance wherein he or parties t.,i!" :, ,
,The "Wen. can 7011 IJentlfy It? What :. .
frock II'DOt. ornate In line and : ,::r 4
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accompanylag had :
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bees"refused : .
-{ general effect: yet It is dressy enough are its contents r'_ .. ., '<' ...,. .' I",. "" :. ". "j.,
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t the privilege of seeing the la .it I' ''' '' '" ',t. .1... .' .
goods I' .- ;' / '. .. ..
-std smart enough for any daytime social pawnshops Then to a dty ordlaaac Why er--er, Its a bottle of hair <', ) "* ,. ,r. ; :., .....,'!<.i,. ..."..
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dye, blame !"-New York Herald. '; f : : :.;
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that gives th.*, acers> thii, right. .il.f' i, : ; ,. JoI .
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; same may be said to made with a lone LIBRARY FOR ROLUNS COLLEGE MURDERER GETS REPRIEVED *" c ,.:," ,' ,
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: coat of aBorer tlam.'trimmed '..f. } ; ; '
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., ProvUlng that'the sum .of ftfl. OOla Philadelphia, 7nly 20.,- This was : : ,
coats' la Sax with
made
blue a ,
.waistcoat of the plala bias Itaat'sal addition be provided for its'.. ow- the'date originally.ftxsd for the hanging ."' .: '
ol Joseph Gibson, who murdered .
IIIftItdrew' Caraegi baa mad
",,:. :',JI to von 'over a- skirt of sheer, India aa offer of a 110,000 library to Rol- John Thomas, the' old witrhasa of

'< L. lisa College, of Winter Park sal the the Roustoa Ctab of the;Ualrerilty Pierce & H

'''."< The colored linens especially ta the I I faculty of the tnstitutloa. to now arloasly of PeaasylTanla bat\ Goveraor Teanypacker ardieIf =

&\ lft bine, ,crushed plata sad light 'eonsidertttg. the proposition.With has granted a stay la cross_ e

PL-;yellow toa.,' are much':.... by the this amount BoDlns College has to allow. the hoard'of pardons to coo*'

7f Pariataa'makers, bat oa this aide of raised a quarter of a'minion' dollars alder a* application for a commute ?

&: the water whfte and the pale mastic la two years.fLANNINO. B.'ot the'sentence. to lIf.. b aJd .

fe and biacKtt shade hare the prefer9 onment: To do 'the Work. A large Assortment of petty, designs 'always w toii

*: sari: work .
Open English embroidery ARCANUM EIGHT Thomas'- murder was one of the
?;; frocks of1 elaborate character areA bloodiest aad mottfcmtaCThat'has erer -

made up over aUk,;;but la the smartest I "been egaflnftted la Fhiladelhia.
Boston. July .19. la line,with a '
," _models there to an Interlining of flat 1 I The watchman detected Gibson la the
similar action taken la other states
ff ;nttffeaed muslin the effect being act of robbing,the building at Bight
the Massachusetts Grand Council of
> much better this that or the lines whereupon Gibson set upon 11m'wttJa -
+'jtf; and silk te Juxtaposttioa., la bodice the Royal Arcanum met today and a hatchet ,u4-beat the old mat almost ,
adopted strong resolutions of CONSISTENCY IN ADVERTISING an over America. :And lot of thess
5' costumes protest a circwtstaac sad coalition which
and skirt, separate prtn- beyond reco |JtloG. Gibson Is a ens
cease slip of'aUk is' often used and ; against the action 01 the Supreme West Indian negro and It to assertedby Perhaps the man who to being urged are doing It too. affect his problem. Gives the o4.
,* Council Jn advancing the la to advertise be brought to consider Without a pretty- good knowledge tors of the
;/ the muslin lining .to made with ,the his counsel that he to not mentally may goods or the service oax '.
;embroidery_ outside. : snrance- rates ot' (118 .'order! TJnder responsible.TO the' matter more eerlonsly by of the conditions existing: la a given the one hand and the buyers of Of

1 constitution of the order. If a ma reason of the repeated Injunction, case ao one should assume to any lime oa the other, what mesas can'

t'1 GalpurelriaJi'crochet' aad heavy em- Jortty of ,the Grand Councils petition '. "Adrertlse your business But while what kind of advertising should be be employed to bring them together
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broidery motifs are applied'to plala the Supreme' Regent that official will INVESTIGATE his spirit may be wining his financial done for the business under consideration There to a way for each case U

f :Mnen or to:bea'mbroumNI aQ or'erla be required to ca3 a special meeting INSURANCE :COMPANIES. faith maT be weak. It to probablethat but that aay business worthythe many, lines the 'ways'are IdeatfeaL

;? 'single eyelet holes and with of the EnpremeCooncfl,to.reconsider! ** every merchant, and every manufacturer name can be successfully advertised BOOM case will require special plus r

ji these heary'.trimmings" lighter laces Its action. Should the Supreme Council -. Albany N: ,T. July 20. -CorernoflUggins has more or less '..t1ItlDctI by one means on another cannot What to needed to careful aystemadc

|I "arjr often a1nc1e4. A handsome then continue la' its refusal, to this* afternoon sent to the I visions of himself in the role of ,a be denied. Countless example of study of the question from aQ point

p:.. frock.of this description consist of aip rescind the Increase la' rale. 'It' is Legislature for conslderatlou 'a 'resolution Waaamakeror Douglas, and wishes. great prottta from advertising' are too before a decision to mad*. By this

--skirt. ."'.- tting closely ,over the,, .hips.P considered probable that many 'members for the-appointment of a Joint t that somehow ho;' might, be-, able 10I I weD authenticated familiar.-to mean success to mor' than* 'prob. ,

,wUh, a front panel:of v heavy 'insetgtfpore win withdraw.and, unite in forming committee to' investigate .the life-'Insurance make his,name known throughout his I I. be Ignored. The man who wants to able;' It to almost. certain-1 BtJLog.iwtln ., ;
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I narrowing. i.>;;:"tie'waist and a_new order.. companies of.tne,.Mate. territory, .," u" thoM. .,'names, are, known I advertise must be able to weigh every Record.
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