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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS.VOL. .




VOL. 10-NO 8. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.. JULY 28, 1905. 'EIGHT F1US i
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":: A SERIOUS [EPIDEMIC FAIRLY Clerks Responsible Leak May for Yet Cotton Be Prosecutedf THE STATE REGISTRATION LAW r



SAY OFFICIALSWho AND ITS FULL REQUIREMENTS
OUT OF QUESTION Washington. July 2S.-The Indictment -,,tal railways. There"win be between ,

,.: of the cotton grafter .In the 5.000 and .18.000 able bodied coolie,
';..i'';:.. Hindoos and the like landed by the 4 t
Department of Agriculture seems to
contractors on ,the Isthmus. The laborers Those Quaffed to Become Electors tad. Those WbG. ,Are NoI-NIIsW
Have The New Orleans Yellow Fever Situation in Hind And be aa approaching possibility. In will be selected la their homes .'
view of the fact that It U reported and shipped to the Isthmus by the for Benefit of PubBc Now Interested la This Matter

That It Will Be Stamped Out Before Fall. Holmes made a half million out of contractor. He la expected to make

I his crookedness it would seem thata his profit out of the transportation of i

front of the postofflce. says the De trial of some aort U ta oroer. It the {aboiXTf, which ought to assure Recoiling from a discussion a duel or send knowingly cany or
I I the laborers of palatial accommodations night between of dtlsena ash
a party
accept challenge
Soto County News. U quite likely that the Secretary of a to tght. or Oat \
enroute. The 'leal will be .
to the necessary qualifications for one shall be a second to either party or
The boss ot the "outfit" crawled laboriously Agriculture would hue been latiifled
I shorn of any semblance of servitude to become an elector In Florida, the that shall be the better of sacs challenge
down from his seat.-and entering with Holmes. Jlimliiil from the serr by the comedy: rf each laborer coming Metropolis has been requested to publish >>- of acceptance; but the legal disability ;

I Uncle Sam'a headquarters la rice, but he has been prodded by the up to the pay ,shed and asking in a the law regulating the same shall not.accrue until attar

I I Arcadia demanded In a high-pitched Executive; and the acting Attorney wondering tone' whetner the builders which ta quoted from See. 14. Article trial and conviction: by doe form ot
of the anal can gtice him a Job. The ot ..
I, Title IV.. the Revisal But law.
I voice whether or not there waa'any General and the attorney for the District
probabilities are that after being ntes of Florida. 110%. as follows: "Sixth-No person shall be permitted .
:,ma4 for Pop Sledge, of Marengo. Iowa of Columbia hare been in ponderout bron/Jt, threa or four thousand miles I
"Who Are Qualified ElecloraEY- to rots at any election who shall
: county. Iowa. There being no letters conference and now "think" they for that p-inlriir
thai
'purpose a ery male person of the age of twenty- :hare filled to paT at least thirty days r'
'
, for him the old fellow turned to,the may be able to proceed with a criminal Job wit I* found for him. and he will one years and upward that shall at I before the day of such election, his
that Include
1 Interested spectators who had 'gathered prosecution shan) may Washington thereupon make an ln.tt,lduai contract the time of registration be a citizen i poll taxes for the two years next preceding 'It
Holme A
.' more people w ih the
government After his
of the United States that shall : such election provided, thatno
around and Informed them that broker who knows the Ins and or
contract ier he had driven the entire distance. He outs of the cotton market, said In an dead In the meantime o"t'r. loot hare declared his intention of become person shall be prevented from
which
Is
a Irg such In conformity to the laws of voting on account of not having so
also Informed them that be had read Interview today: that If he bad had probability also, he win be returnedto
1 the United States and shall hare resided paid a poll tax for any year which
Information Holmes'possession
In the De Soto County' 3ews'ho. I the advance China or wherever: he came from, and had his habitation domicile shall not hare been lawfully assess a
on trees in Ibis ,county, he could hare made a million by the contractor, that Is. If he does able against him .
by of
I money grew for himself not Immigrate the
II I and that he was going- to punt some given, another million to his informanty to United States abode In Florida for ins year and In baring been a resident ot the State s
by of the Texas
way border. The
t&fe the county 'six months, If otherwise or not baring been of age aaJ'wla ,
sprouts on ,prairie. Clambering He. added with an noctlous chances for Chinese Importation
over qualified according to law shall In shall hare procured and shall exhibit -
back into ,he schooner the old man smile that of course he would not that border are large the
snj remuneration
such county be deemed a qualified the certificate of the supervisor ofregistration ,
hare been of such crookedness
yelled "Gee! Haw!" and the outfit guilty any: Is fully prop>rl. nate to the to that effect
elector at all elections under the constitution as neretn ,
but the to
possibilities open risks. '
dragged on out of town.Early ; provided that the following ., provided for."
Holmes are patent from his statement ,
this morning a cowboy connected and it is probable thai public opinion classes of persona shall not be The above are the T"*" rs'kTisnecessary

Sb I with the King ranch came gallopIng if nothing else will force a criminal MONUMENT TO ANN STORY. entitled to rote: I for one to become aator etee
"First-Persona not duly registered In the Stats,and county though "
Into Arcadia and excitedly announced prosecution of the case.
I according, to law. to rote In the city election, scab elector
that the dam'dest
thing ever
One of the resorts of the cotton'leak Salisbury, Vt. July 27.-A monument "Second-Persons under guardian I i shall have been a resident ot Ml n
I .seen. In the county lay In a' densely has been a reorganization of the Agricultural : ,erected by the Vermont Sods ship. Including those kept In or confined I ami for a period of three months next ..

: ; .wooded hammock Just out of town. Department as far as the i ty' of Colonial Dames In memory of In any public prison. I preceding the election besides residing

iJ. Mounting horses.'a large crowd quickly statistics are concerned. The prep I Ann Story, one of the pioneer settlers "Third-Persons. who are Insane or In the State one year and county

f dashed across.the edge of the prairie station of the crop reports are to be I! of this section and a prominent participant Idiotic. I six months. ':
.. in some of the stirring ''Fourth Persons who haVe
episodes been
and arrived at the scene. At one placed In the hands of a board. As 'I
.... soon u the return from the field of the American Revolution convicted of felony In any court of ,I THE BENNINQTOITS e
side stood old schooner
Pop Sledge's ,
come in, they will be locked up in a. : was unveiled here today. The unveil1agook record."Fifth. DEATH LIST $2
the oxen stffl yoked and lardy chewIng with I _____ ** X"
place Interesting ceremonies Persona who hare
vault by the Assistant Secretary, who i may
their cnd.whlle lying close to. a will be chairman of the board. On a !I and In the presence of a large been conrlcted pt bribery perjury or I San Diego Cal.. Jaly 27. Th* last

,.i spring that bubbled from the white Siren Jay he will hand the rePOrt. to crowd. The address of the day was of larceny or of any.fnfamoi crime I of dead of the gunboat Benmlngtos

". sand lay a little Infant of about two the other members"bt the"bcSarcl who i delivered by Judge Stafford of the or Interested In any bet or wager, the boiler explosion now numbers atx-two. a
win be"four division chiefs, and let Supreme Court ot the District of Co result of whlch..hall depend upon any two deaths baring occurred alaee iho
days of age:,close beside It lay anoth- *
M : them figure averages.. An average lumbia.. :f .. election or that. shall hereafter fight last report.
and them two I' a
er. nestling between:
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will of thelrtarerages "

puppies their eye not yet open.. The and the report Issued. The work win II..' -
Infants were the queerest looking little be done In an Inside room of the Dij- v;- -t

: things ever ,teen In this section. partment and Secretary Wllsonils' ,.

One or them had a white beard that responsible for the assurance t'hat..aleak i .

almost covered It and was lying half of any sottTwin be ""absolutely

la'and half out of one of Pop Sledge'sbig Impossible." The late Statistician Sewell's Shoe StoreFor

. ] boots, the other a girl baby, was Mr. Hyde, has been giving that same
I
slightly covered by a woman's. dress. sort of assurance for the last fire

, Pop Sledge.the old woman and the years past Possibly however.*the .

dogs bYe ranlshedand In their place Secretary's assurance' la more assuring. w Shoes That Satisfy .

are a'copule of babies and a pair ot I

t"I. young puppies. The cowboy says that : a
he was drawn to the spot by hearing The Government Is on the point of .'
:
Did It Ever Occure To Youthat
a;'baby crying., Nobody around Arcadia opening bids for the Importation of

: can explain the remarkable disappearance the coolie laborers to the Isthmus to .

l of the old people; thoughlow work on the Canal that will be bunt the place to bur shoes is at a shoe store? We ma the
t whispers "Ponce de ,Leon." and sometime with the permission, the south of Jacksonville and pride ourselves on carrying the moat complete in the
",,' "Fountain of Youth" hare been heard.,, Chagre riTe and the transcoaUnen-
South. "Yon can get what TOO are looking for at ScwcU'a". We can fit and please JOB SI ,



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..: ; SHOPS, IN THIS PART OF THE SlATE I


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Says a Prominent :Citizen and The People of Miami Are Urged to ,. I

; Make Every Effort to Get Them Here-Reasons Advanced"Has :.t


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It 'ever occurred'to yon that lag done at St. Augustine and neither t .

the time la not far distant when the la It reasonable ta think that shops 1M

. } Florida East Coast Railway wilt be wits be bunt at Key West as the distance .

..;t' forced to establish machine shops In between the two,points' would

this section of the Stater asked a be too great to facilitate or expedite
,, I
prominent citizen of a Metropolis reporter repairs or work. a
.
.. > this morning. "Well. It has tome "This being true and Miami separating ZGteP IZ S :

I hare heard a bee a buzzing that the distance with all water and .
; the company la now planning for the other facilities for the successful operation t"""'

location and construction eY suchworks of such shops, there ls no log.fcal 'R Siioz'rerJ/b.f/ x

In this part of the State." reason why It should not be the '

"At what place or polnt.these works place chosen for the location of the .#. ..'. ,
: .
..:., win be located Is a question. It seems shops. The location of machine .: 1ljy

., to me .of much Importance and aa shops here world) mean much to Mi' rr -
I realize that It Is only a matter of amL It would In a manner make It a

fr: time and that probably very shortly railroad center. Many men would'be 1 e. '
before such an'Institution will be- necessary employed. They would make their "e";

t to the company's Interests In home' here and their earnings-sereral .. |r'f (

-: : this section. I think that the peoPJeor'1I1amI hundred dollars 'weekly would be ; .'"'.. '
should awaken to the fact turned Into the channels of local com
.
that a better, more central and conrenlent merce. We need Industries and this '-
II I ,
:. place for the building of suchan would be one of the greatest that Miami -
institution can not be had ta this could secure." S

i section than our own city. The gentleman was enthusiastic JL

: I reason that the building of.machine over the project and said that he j

f"' \ shops by the rallroaJ In this sincerely hoped that If the F. .E C.

section win be made necessary by Railway Company: decides to build

the construction of the extension of machine shops In this section that John Sewell & Bro The Shoe People12th

the roaj to Key West, thus widening there will be concerted action and efforts ,

the distance between the present to hare them located at Miami
,\ Florida
shops at St. Augustine and the as the city can unquestionably offer Street. Miami

ern temlnal of the road. It 1s lOUth-I better and more Inducements than any
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be presumed that the other place tbit would be la line for .

J J'T ] have an 'of Its repair work .and selection. -1-1j1" _

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Weekly Miami Metropolis FACTS CORRECT MISTAKEN FANCY. AN INCIDENT OF FLAGLER GENEROSITY. +'


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S. Bono DEAX, SEC.-iRE1S.
B. B. TATCM, PHEMDEXT. "I note with pleasure your edltrrial yesterday afternoon oa the great d

TilE MIAMI PRINTING COMPAM'I I Mr. IL M. nailer or Palm Beach. lad grntnms acts of Mr. IL )(. FUgiee la the upbuilding and developing.of
(From the Miami Evening Record
Entered at the Postoffice at :Miami. Florida u econd-cla matter. July. 19) Is the guiding spirit la the Florida Sllaml. writes a correspondent but you have overlooked one lacUent

f mot Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the C. S I "The building of the road to the East Coast Railway System. which I think shows as much or more. than any other the penoaat Interest .
Tile ,
iv South of us ought to convince mistaken Let's torn back a bit and see If he which :Mr. FUgler has la the people aDd welfare of our city. tIt
ciKccianox RATES
friends of the road that neither occurred: during; the early days of Miami and when the bora
six months..................... 1.00 ODe year.......................1260 Miami or her people have anyplace has ever done anything for Miami. new
town afflicted with
evidencing a Un Jiy Interest and friendship was a yellow fever epidemic; The city bad no funds with

J Those paling in advance will receive a year'. Hbciiption for $l 50, that Insures her or them for the place. which to care for Its sick and suffering. Many were anable to gee; away '
the friendship or support of themanagers
a and 6 months wUcription for 75 cents. This is a liberal discount to and the few hundred souls: here were In dire distress, but Mr. Flatter cameto t
; strictly advance payment of the great system It was Mr. FUgler. the head of this
induce (Florida East Coast Railway Sysgreat their rescue. He had a hospital erected aad paid trained nuns out ot
told that UU
system, we are
i, FRIDAV. JULY 28. _1OO5 tem) now pushing to the._11th. his town pocket to care for the sick. Ibis sum alone amouated well law
out the city of )Miami ant bnUded the
We dont have It; we never have ., the thousands of dollar .
bad In New York last week and keep cool best and sidewalks {
ii Think of the beat they had It; we never will have It-" streets to be found
[ "At this time, ttie was no work to be bad. Everything-was at a standstill -
In any city In the State.
bif Run the loafers out. 1 hey are not wanted and are certainly not needed. and people clamored for labor. The negroes especially, were upon ,
He built the Hotel Royal Palm within oar midst one of the most
sufferance and appealeJ to Mr. J. & ReDI,. then mayor, for asststaace.He .
said"la'behalf of John D. Rockefeller that be has not been popular hotels In the Southern States
. It may be telegraphed Mr. Flagler the situation and received aa immediate"reply
closely Identified with,the Equitable scandal. lie dredged a canal tint from the rl ver dock to the ocean; later dredging
Its to put them to work paving Avenue- and Twelfth street and to chargethe
*' M to the terminal dock.
same to him. John Sewed the* In business on a small seal, pit his '
j Mr. Rockefeller U wondering,.U those ever-busy critics of his are not It was Mr. FUgler who put on a line of steamer from Miami to Nassau
after a wh tie. store and took charge of the work. Every able bodied negro all white
going to take a holiday Key West and Havana.
man able to handle a shovel or pick was given employment No one was
He built cottages: on both sides of Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets;
Mr. Rockefeller Is showing such a beautiful Christian spirit. He has refused and those two thoroughfare stand today aa monuments to the generosity
and this at a time when there were ao houses here for the pioneers to occupy. #
1; not offered on- 'word of back talk at .the wicked Ida TarbelL k and feeling felt and shown by Henry M. Flatter for the city and,Its' ,1

people when a friend was needed"r ,
and France feel It In their bones, since their recent alliance He laid out the beautiful parks and garden. around the Hotel Royal Palm
England Comment oa the above U unnecessary There are many here who remember
.
' "Hoch der KaIser" will make one bluff too many. and maintains them at great expense.He .
.that some day those trying days and can corroborate the statement ot the chronicler
fff presented to the county of Dade the valuable lots where the court )
of this Incident characterizing the spirit of the IBID.wl10 (s spending
The trouble that.the Russian peasants find with those. grand dukes" U house now stands.
... his life and his fortune In developing and advancing not only Miami, but
: that they cannot tell where the grand "part lie presented to the city of Miami the lots on which the new city ban Is F
B BMM >M every town and section of the East Coast of Florida.!
r to be erected.Mr. .
It wm be noticed that the Japanese peace envoys are saying nothing.
FUgler has contributed largely In cash to every public highway
', The fellow''Wbo was doing the running Is doing the talking. A NEWSPAPER'S DUTY TO THE: PEOPLE.The .
... that has been built leading; out ofMlami. either north south or west.

.*- 'lap a U said to'fed "tempted" to get out some more bonds, Just to When disaster came to the farmers of the.East Coast It was Mr. Flagler

prevent hard feelings towards those who were unable to get any. who furnished them seed and fertilizer to commence again. It wa* also JlIr. New York American and New York Journal have been sued by

*, H Fierier who furnished teem with cash to enable them to replant and Comptroller Grout for $350.000 and 13 00.000 damage respectively. la.addition

make ;- better make one of the editor baa been arrested for criminal: llbeL These suit
dean up your premises. It will them look you support their families, not asking them to mortgage their properties aa
: more cheerful and happy, and Increase the sanitation of, the city. security. were brought upon articles dealing with matters of public Interest. We do
; not approve of all the methods of these two newspaper, but they take the

vales, It was Mr. Flagler who inaugurated the movement to secure a deep water proper poIUo& a* to a newspapers rights ana Its duties to the public.
i It II thought t5tt Peary should reach the north. pole this time,
channel and for more than a year at his own expense has had a dredge workIng These are so well, stated we quote at length; from the editorial and con>
to shoot the polar grizzlies.OovernorNBroward
ill ship "'RooIeT lt- should lose time stopping
mend the position takers* Oat wtBeb. should la the main be adhered to
night and day cutting the channel from the terminal dock: to the ocean.: by

1* planning /'vacation; trip to the North and West. In Miami's Infancy Mr. Flagler furnished the dry with electric lights every newspaper which, honestly see k* to serve _the pQb c:. We: quote:
"There .. nothing; more Important In the United States today than a
There Is no doSbt but what the chief executive needs a rest U no man water works and sewerage, later making the city a present of the sewerage
t since taking office than he. careful supervision of publla officials by the newspapers which alone stand wbetween
worked harder or more conscientiously ; .
ever t ] system.Mr the Nation and absolute corruption If any man 1*libelled by a

because wealthy widow married Flagler bunt for the Presbyterians an .elegant church,and manse newspaper, he should protect and full satisfaction shout be given to him. pr
Chicago making fun of Kansas City : a
hr coachman; there. In Chicago the real thing; Is to marry the fast and has contributed lavU&ly not only to the erection of other churches, hot But no newspaper worthy of the name would be deterred by libel suits.
beer civil or criminal from doing; Its duty, representinghonestly and vigorously'the ;
Cenr.I ., gav4esch organization the Iota upon which their edifices now stand.
great public, which. U the newspaper's client :Toe real newspaper, '
Mr. FUgler donated the lots to the city where the public school building not a mere retailer of new,to be sold as merchandise.

Donl be cared by 'the freak and sizzling headlines into thinking that Is located also contributed a large cash subscription toward the construction "The newspaper U the lawyer of the public. Delft owe to the public

}, the weather' U so hot that yon can't work. In many cases: of that UnJ of the building. the same devotion the same combative spirit, the same determination to is

the wish is father to tie.thought secure rights u the conscientious lawyer owes to his Individual ePeaU Aa' tIt
These are but a-,few of Mr.: Flagler deeds m the and
upbuilding development
.- U the duty of'Mr..CroBt to protect the.taxpayer of New York City so '
., After tearing up all the untie ape of bores ant Manchuria,' the of Miami ind may be classed by .the public. It desires. Some nay It Is the duty of an beat newspaper, to protect taxpayers and all other {,

:- Russians and Jays are coming to 'America to fight some peace battles. It call them Business ventures, and no doubt many of them were but unless citizens. ,e:'I

t' Sm a pity, 'they could not do some' of their fighting. on their own ad1Carpenters the man had been possessed of a generous spirit and a friendliness 'And they can be protected only by giving, the tallest publicity to the 1.,

acts of their officials enabling the public to decide for Itself whether It to.
"" and desire
Miami
to ke and
: develop It Is
grow hardly to be presumed that I.
,s. and brick moons are quite busy In Daytona theee days A' being; protected and represented ta office as It should be. With no pant.

y vast amount of building is going on and much more' U In coatempUUon. he would have been so generous and exceedingly liberal In the many COIltflbuUOD' I bllity of recalling or putting; out of office a car tea. or otherwise unfit official r

'Daytona U progressing very rapidly. In fact-wr other town on the East from which he received no, returns. save through roundabout and politically hampered Impeachment the sewn '\1'

'Coast with possibly ,the exception of Miami Is making; such,rapid strides. paper alone stands between the people act those whom they put la ofIce. d

Daytona. Gazette-News. From the day of an official's election until his term ends there la i,

no control.over him save that exercised by .. honest press fortified: 'by' S

u A contemporary fires this warm weather advice at Its readers: "Do NONE WILL OPPOSE\PUBL\C IMPROVEMENT the approval of the,reading public.

not overtax'yonr strength eat lightly; leave liquor alone, move easily \ j. -, ''Among office holders some damage the people directly by absolute

'through those things that have to be accompllahed. keep cheerful and dow .. corruption and others eyeD more seriously by carelessness, or Indifferent s;
'
'n't'worry.*" This of course does notapply to politicians and office seekers acquiescence: la the schemes of the din honest-without sharing their plan'

2i :, Just to the common: suffering publle.a There Is probably not a man In Miami der. We do not want In rae United, State such conditions u texist la a ,
: (From tie Miami Evening Record. country like Russia, where, la the absence ot a free press aad publicity 1/
but favors the completion of the
July 15.) the whole structure of government collapse la a crisis* .
;? The St Augustine.Record thinks the Pardoning Board. should resign. ,
'Nil will Not be elected deep water canal and there Is probably No basest courageous newspaper can be deterred from doing Its duty by. ,
'0o It should, but If ever sucha catastrophe occurs it not be until after- a man should to
have been released not a man la Miami who would feu ot libel or damage suits. No responsible newspaper seeks to slander '
.-t few more murderers"thieves and other criminals the council who will not .
unit the public at pledgeoppose the coming of another railroad or misrepresent any Individual, however humble or however great No>
infest and
from'the ball and stripes. to u prey upon himself If elected to do all In his .
to thU "_'-11. reputable newspaper would knowingly do anybody Injustice nor win U se'

argi7y __ power to secure both railroad and train from criticism where the public interest. seem to require criticism .*-..
canal for Miami. i Probably l The first proposition that of favorthen pause protest,-or warning.PERSISTENCY.
committee to confer
The St. Augustine Board of Trade has appointed a
w ''with'the Florida East Coast Railway official*relative to bringing Sunday excursions will be many candidates In Ing.the completion of the canal Is 4

ti to'that city. \What' ta the'matter with the Miami Board of Trade the primary for councilman, but reasonable and there la little doubt IN ADVERTISING.Persistence .

c'P doing the same thing? Such a result would, without doubt, prove Interesting not a man should be elected whe that any man will.be a candidate for I

and, beneficial .to.,all. concerned will not openly* and publicly declare the office of councilman who Is not fa' .
,
U one of the greatest a dvertUlng virtue So admirable 'a
ramble to this work which means
Miami should-change the into of her municipal campaign to a winter himself In favor of the citycouncil's so virtue U It that It impressed a poetical genius to such a point that he

1DOI1t). She could thus'ssve'fuel by warming up the atmosphere and fur taking Immediate action much to Miami. If there U let him betaking composed the following true sentiment In swinging verse: "

: Wish a spectacle to her guests that could easily,compete with her fair.TimesUnion. .- towardt the completion of pointed out ,and the Metropolis wm "The constant drop of water wears away the heart of stone,. t

r Miami ta'annch'at all time summer and winter. the cana/and the construction of do Ita utmost to bring about his defeat The constant gnaw ot Towser masticate. the hardest bone, ?

1' Politics only forces It up .about the' collar, but so far even that poIA.tllu. a competitive railroad to this The constant wooing lover carrie off the blushing maid >
been reached. The constant advertiser Is the man who gets the trade. 1!
mot yet s point. As to the )'
second proposition, that Who can snccessfuny question the truth of the above? The most'MOcessful y

., of candidates for the city council advertisers the most ad.. rttaerL ,
their heads are persistent If yon are Inclined
Governor Broward and the people of the Statem st tang )
r in shame over the disgraceful conditions which have developed at the asylum pledging themselves to do all In their: power to secure another railroad la to doubt this, look through the column of any other live newspaper 7y

:v for the.Insane at Chattahoochee. The people of Yolnsla doat have to superfluous.! There I* no doubt that did another railroad contemplate entering The retailer may Insert a half.page ad today and find such a storm tomorrow .

leave their own county to find out the horrible conditions which have been Miami that he project would,receive universal support He wouldbe that the results will be aIL Win he get mad. swear. that advertls-I
lag, Is no good all,) that he will have no more of It? No iadee I-he has :'
going; on DP" there. Ask the poor unfortunate Hires boy of the criminal a poor man Indeed who would offer resistance. Bat suppose he did.what
found by past experience* that disagreeable weather and other causes often t
institution Record.
neglect shown him at that -VolusU County
_, would his resUtance amount to? Railroads do not usually consult citizen operate against the potency of advertising, but la the long run it .Is w
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The body politic suffers just about u much from "pun" u tt does from and city officials when tSey enter a city. They go ahead, buy the right ot pleasantly profitable. .

y ;raft '" oll" has saved,many a scoundrel from Just punishment "Pull" way, secure authority from the State, and come In and begin business.

has pat many Incompetent men In of flee and kept other men there long .Therefore, the matter of support or opposition U of little Import unless the THE YELLOW FEVER SITUATIONThe

after they have, passeJ their days of usefulness. "Graft". ls a curse, but city was financially able of Itself to build a railroad.

'"poir tilts twin evlL'What is needed in this great country la city county,
The Metropolis .believes and coir ends that there Is not now nor will
State and N.Uoa-ta. a recrudescence of old-fashioned common honesty report of the existence of yet low fever In New Orleans sad Its appearance -
there be. a candidate In the field for municipal honors who baa not the Interest
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mixed.with a good bit of real patriot Um. ... on a steamer ID Mobile are naturally causing much aUrm.
of the city at stake, or who U elected.would fall to work for Its advance '
especially la the neighborhood of these two place The local: and Federal

A Conan missionary Is on his way to Washington to enlist the services ment and development,'no matter In what form It came. Neither doe it authorities claim to have the situation well In hand, and even should

:x11' of President Roosevelt la Inducing Japan to treat Corea as the United States believe that factionalism will enter Into the campaign, even though the Intimation they fail to confine ana tramp it out there no one w>U question the fact
treated Cuba. He wants an agreement that cores shall be Independent In
that they are laboring zealously and competently to that end.
has been made that such a strife will characterise the race for .1'
'twenty years If by slat time Its people show themselves fitted for self- I" The western boundary of Florida is quite a distance-several hundred i.-.
honors
political
i government, It Is not probable that Japan will make.any such concession. miles from New Orleans, though not so far from Mobile. rw. ,...
Japan hoiJs and control Cores, and 1 s not likely to turn It loose. Certianly Certainly there are now no Indications of .ac,,. Those of the citizens tunately no fever Is reported In the Utter city, other than the few cases eeC

the United States should not seek to Induce Japan to grant any such terms. of Miami, ranking and clueing with the leading and beat, will go Into the curving on a steamer but our own Slate Board of Health taking no

v ,, contest with a friendly, harmonious and kindly feeling for one another, chance and with the rigid quarantine DOW In effect, both on water and osUnJ. \

3 The.first Issue of the St Lade County Tribune published at Fort seeking nomination by, earnest efforts and the support of their friends and there U Pule danger for the scourge getting Into the State.. "
Pierce and edited by Messrs. A. K. Wilson and F. B. Reed, came out last These efforts will be assisted very materially by the present nnusaally- !4t
week.: The appearance of the paper U all that could be desired, both by admirers. One and aQ are good men. They are all honorable men and sufficiently healthy condition of the entire State, all mfctlons reporting good sanitation

+'l the publishers and public. ,It Is ,brim fuU of Interesting news, well edited competent to be entrusted with the public duties they seek.. and and no contagious diseases, but should the State be so unfortunate u

-c cleanly and clearly printed and In everyrespect; a modern and up-to- from them, and others who will doubtless enter the race, the public will to suffer from the disease, the people of Miami! would still bare little or

k date\ weekly paper. Here's success to It and the county whose Interests It'eapoa make their choice. t nothing to distress them. By Its geographlcsl pneltlon and.t!. fact that

ea people carry out the first thought to fle* northward from To demand of any candidate a pledge to work to'the best interests of t
disease, and especially yellow fever Miami Is l-ft practically safe from an
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.. In the opinion of Mr. Henry" Leofils Nelson the American people have Miami U an Insult to the honesty and character of the man. Those seeking Invasion by refugee. We.would be virtually cut off from the outaUe world

V t-r t yet learned bow to properly jolern themselves. He ssys: "The truth office.are too well known their efforts and enJesvors for the upbuild ss indeed, we would be glad to be. w ere an epidemic to become general "

Is that the American people ha.. great deal to learn in the art of government ing of Miami and the county at Urge to warrant such a exsctment of themas throughout the State and the South.

t .In the first place, the American people must learn, that they must has been suggested. They have entered the contest with the knowledge No.. Miami has nothing to fear. She would be the safest of say placeIn

,t take pains If they are going to govern themselves wen. They have, as Is that Florlla. and ss long ss the people keep their pre1D1.... bodies, aad
'' they are expected to devote their earnest efforts ant enJesvors for the
o well known tai utterly neglected the government of their own municipalities city clean, thus preventing the disease from originating here, we are" not

that city government in lEia country 1 s a shame to us all and Indeed, to development and advancement of the city they have chosen ss their home! In danger, and while expressing these facts the Metropolis, has confidence '

tbd awe of democracy. There Is enough truth In this to make It and with this tact well known the will those wnod
'nnpleas- public choose they behave In the ability of both the national 01 Slate bearh author *** to confine ,

I ant are best qualified for their servants. the disease In New Orleans! ant to keep It out of oUr fair State.The "
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vote of thanks be tendered Mr. Flagler AW HORSES DIE ,
for making it so that this the crowning AND PEOPLE PROSTRATEDJ.
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MEETING year of all the years watermelon,

cane etc, were landed "at Cocoanut 11. Tstnm. who U now In New Out Of Commission
Grove for less than the freight cost. In its Issue of the 11th last, the York. writes interestingly of the terrible -
Soard .cf Trade ( Colored ) He hoped next year chickens and Metropolis contained an article bJ'HoD. heat: and suffering from the

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53 . . "" ried unanimously with much smack on the new drainage tax law with of his hotel he saw horses drop dead
Lu.of.1Ip embracing. and shouts of rtltlcifms and expressions thereon. In the streets and people prostrated.That .
President Buttonwood Sawyer lathe "Glory! glory! ClorlaaI !- The article evidently met with approval night not a person slept la the Has your Watch or Clock stopped

chair. .AmVLa rustle of sflks and warlit I After singing the national anthem. as the following letter received a hotel. all seeking the open air to keep Bring it to us we do the best kind
fans, a clearing to an announcement ,
of ostrich plume -JU1 coons look alike me. few days ago by Mr. Ewan attests: from suffocating.Mr. .
of throats.and crackling ,.of peanut was made that semiannual Jacksonville Fla. July IS. Tatum has Just returned to of Repair Work hyo* have not
shells la tie i large audience met to dues would be collected. The J. W. Ewan Esq., Cocoan Grove New Tork from Reading. Pa, where r
; discuss" matters of vital importaaee to door was locked but an members said Florida. he met the Landls and OHeOly tarn- seen Our New Side Combs & high

the world. they had.forgotten to feed and lock up Dear Sir: This deponent desiresto fly. who are large property owners In
The bead.readered: a new selection their chickens so they retired through add his amen to your very appropriate Miami and regular winter visitors grade watches you are doing yourself ;
Prof. Everglade Jackaoa the windows and a motion to adjournwas letter In the Miami Metropolis ere.
composed' by
.r, an Injustice : : : : :
'e atlUedHigherWater.." The kettle .not in.order. of the 13th Inst, regarding the drainage He also writes that be U rapidly perfecting ,

y *nuD. ,:Bebt: aadiaat bal article INK SPOT.Cocoennt law passed at the last session of plans for the construction of
excelled Ulezuel ea.JbJor Crone Ha* July >>. the Legislature. the street car system la this dtyaad ,

.suubae..8't..toe.aq la Continue he good fight and yon will that the work will commence at aa !H. T. Whaler The' Jeweler
deep black bass/1 Want to e an Aa- .BUY IT NOW i iJteir secure reinforcements an in good early date or upon Us return here. '
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A" ete"No deputy sheriffs.were present U the time to bay-Chamber time. Perhaps we ought to be thankful 12th Streete Miamiacoooooocoocooocoo 4
\..' lain Colic ,Cholera sad DiarrhoeaRemedy. that the drainage boar-trustees
',. to acoommodate.hlm. EXPLOSION OP U. B.GUNBOAT.
It Is certain to e* needed Fund
Internal
of the Improvement ,
business I
thea-announced
,v President excitement sooner,or later ,and when that time cabinet officers board of control: of BENNINOTON : a
was la order. amid great comes you win Deed Itbalty yoe win State Hospital, or whatever other
and m1 chrl.p1Dc of seams. need It onlckly. Buy It aow. it may alias the powers that be choose to Ban Diego CaL. July 22. The list I ocoooocooooooooocc occ
who
Boa.'rCheerlesf: .SambrowsH. ..,..me. For sale Bed Cross Pharmacy
by seekshelter under-did not levy an of victims of yesterday's explosion of
tad Just returned: .from Russia, saU and medicine dealers. acreage tax of 10 cents per, acre as the United States gunboat Bennlngontrows F. W. HAHN
of
y, 4 fee wished to'ea1l the attention th'l 11 they could have done under the law with every hoar. Forty ,,
j .board to the;poUtlca1 situation at CITY REGISTRATION BOOKS Instead of 6 cents as was done It Is One dead Is the latest summary; of
.J. 1"' ml;' that many of the residents of worthy of note'that the b introduced: these forty-two are at the morgues Architect and BuilderI

,Colored .Town.-Coeoaaat.Grove' were Ordered Opened from July 24 to August fn the last legislature requiring the and seven bodies are still floating lahe
.i connected by marriage or otherwise 12. Inclusive. trustees of the Internal which can
their Influence would ImprovementFund flooded boiler rooms now have IB my employ one of the best
that
,with Miami; that to turn over to the State Treasurer not yet be reached. I draftsman IB the South and am better
.t: be felt la the,ensuing'campaign' ; pursuant a call of the chairmanthe' all funds now,, or which may Besides these there are twenty to I prepared than ever for furnishing plus ,
: fe' wanted, committee; la act thre City Executive Committee met hereafter come Into their hands was twenty-five missing and about fifty Inured : and details tor rood buildings fine cabinet t
.? ;committees appointed' to wan OB the Saturday afternoon at the office of defeated. ) who are scattered among the : work, etc. I am nowheadgnarters
who were candidates formayor. for turned work scroll sawing and all
gentlemen Judge Heyser with the fol .
County WIll Ray was the so-caned drain lofpltala. Several of these art expected :
know' If Mr work usually done la a rust eras
wanted.to
He lowing members present: H. F. Atkinson age bill never given the publicity thata to die and the roll of the dead I planing mill
SeweD would not furnish a long handled H. C. F. S. Morse and :
; Budge It
measure authorizing a possible tax ma be swelled to sixty or more.
.e razor ,with each pair of',shoe A. E.- Heyser.A of a million or so dollars annually is expected that a number of the missIng : Send me order for doors and window
would contribute a ram your I
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aold. and U communication: was ,received .would be entltlted to? Why were the IwII be found today. :
c4, to be named by the committee which from Mayor SeweU requesting that proceedings of this Drainage Commission Later- A corected list of the InJen I frames ballusters, (brackets, etc

4. :committee would receive nelt.her'mono the committee change the date of levying that 5 cents per acre tax titled dead shows thirty-two names and, be convinced MIAMI FLA,
*-f nor less tube need la placing the cop opening registration books until on an of South Florida kept out of the including< Ensign N. K. Perry. The ,
axed people d,Cocoanut Grove so the after Sept. 1 .in order that those not that the notice
press so first : to parties official list of the dead shows a totalof .
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-{ 'white ,voters would be pleased and do registered but otherwise qualified toI Interested came through the Tax forty-one, nine being nIJenUfte.LThe
{ their duty. Also ,that:a committee In the comingprimary and
rote Assessors when they were orderedto wounded number forty-five.:
sbou14'Islt"Mr.'' Carthslde and nicer election. might be given. the opportunity spread the levy ,on their rolls for
i 'tain nit his Influence wltn Spec. Real Estate BargainsUNIMPROVED.
U he would of doing spa The communication 1905. nit prior to the July meeting
+' of cards In A delegation of about 100 Tallahassee
the banks to lave paw was received as information and of the County Commissioners as a
,stead of calendars sent
<;i Poe his part Jie knew the Jay of the A motion then prevailed 'to open a These are pertinent points the yesterday afternoon anJ pleaded with 40 acres pine and hammock en 10 gene> rr e4d tray,; WOO

'::1 month];the Fourth of' 'July Came on and set of registration books to be open public Is entitled to Information about he pardoning board for the pardon of Miami River .;..'$30000 trHt. 100 bearlnQ ....:....1a (\_. i
the ooored'people aU knew'bJ heart from July 24th to August 12th and to and no doubtothers will suggest Walter Taylor Congressman Amar'sassailant acres S yeae elel trees hens '
10 land .
acres $
'Vhen Mr. Lincoln: war bare ai f whenk' appoint a suitable person to act as themselves as the Inquiry progresses.Success after which Judge LJJJon SSG trove bartnQ ...... ..p,000.0t
but a pack of made forceful appeal for the board S acres land .1WOOO) 2O-ac...
emancipation day came registration officer. Motion.prevailed. to .you. and congratulationson 2-year-old lreY ......y.iv ipI
was.different M Banters at not to Interfere with the decision of 22 acres pine apd Iroom house/
cards On motion. July seconded and carried your action In so ably espousingthe prairie on acres land 100 r
k"e Store could always tell themwlSien it was ordered that R. M. Smithbe cause of taxation without repre the courts. The Governor promised to railroad .asooOO) bananas 2c orange tree..1600in'
,;" to plank UP. and a calendar 11'1J' appointed as registration officer sentation. give a decision tomorrow when Tay -

reefjy a dead, faIl.an.1 set,back. Mr to keep the registration books open at Fair Play. lor's respite ends. The prisoner Is IMPROVED FARMS

-It' 'CaV hjlJe would also be Informed City Hall 'dally on the dates me a salaried man and has a large family. Xacres< 4-room house, servant house 400 treee 150 bearing en reek'

,- 'how mbck was needed to make. thingspleasantN toned from 10 L m. to 12 o'clocr.; CHOLERA INFANTUM Walter Taylor It will be remembered f road, en ...... ......i7,00a..
.t: :And ,Mr. Prout who had noon except on the last day to wit: was convicted of an attack S acres of pine and hammock, set In trees pineapples, ete flae "

,." ,always 'been the poor man's ,friend August 12th oa which -day they shall Child Not Expected to Live From One on Congressman Lamar in an land en time ..-......:. .1,60001. l
.conld> 'lncreue' 'the colored. man's be open from 8 a. m.'to 6 p. m. either Hour to Another but Was Cured by exciting campaign In which Taylor U acres, 1Q under cultl".Uon:2QO: bearing trw 7-raem .heave '

wage and make' five hours. a days by himself or his -J PutJ; and no Chamberl In's Colic Cholera and DI- Jrew a revolver which Lamar took en rock road aear R. R.... ....... .... ...... ........pAOtlS .
"i 'work and also add a mm to be aameJ person shall -be' permitted to register arrhoea Remedy. from him. Taylor Is well connected 10 ac.... land, pine and prairie, water front 1,300 treee email:
'.t. by- the committee, to.be used strictly'to who does not possess 'the qualifications and was represented by several of house bargain ..:...feMOM
further his Interests. the moat prominent: lawyers In the
:, prescribed by the City Char Ruth the little daughter of E. N. UJA
He was greeted with much Joy and ter. Such persons! so registered shall State, but he was found guilty and
Dewey of AgnewvUle, Va, was seriously
perspiration. Motion unanimously car be held and deemed qualified deeton m of cholera Infantum last summer the Supreme Court affirmed the decision FJR.E: : :JNSU.cA.: CE::

ried and,committee consisting ot twoladles to rote at the city primary. "We gave her up and diet< not expect of the lower court. Tallahassee Only the best companies represented. Here are tone of !am. r
Correspondent Jacksonville Metropolis. -
oDd ,one' gentleman appointed her to live from hour to another* x
one Liver pot'. London & Glob. Insurance Cc. of North Ar t'L. n......
President Hideaway" Oec-ue of the One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars be says. "I happened to think of --- irnDd Orient. New York 1i'derwrlCen.: (Hartford) UnonrO.,... Alliance
Execrable Burial and Life Assurance Earned. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di

6 "company next obtained tfie Coors He The average man does not save to arrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of Florida editors will not take their JOS. :K:. DdR1ST"ea1
said his members were suffering; thata exceed ten percent of his earning He It from the store. In five hours I sawa summer outing until September at

_chang* 'had been made In the'mall must spend nine dollars ,In. living expenses change for the better. We kept on which time a glorious trip will be had. Es"ta"te .geno r
schedule: that a valuable postal card for .,.err'dol1ar .,.e.L That giving It'and before she had taken the The postponement was agreed upon

)' ,announcing_ the demise of a.member: being the case be cannot be too careful half of one small bottle she was'welL" yesterday after a conference betweenT.
1'1'' bad been delayed one hoer. lad this about unnecessary expenses. Very often This remedy 1s for sale by the Red J. Appleyard.. secretary of the
: added much to the expense of obtainingice a few cents properly Invested, like Cross Pharmacy and an medicine deal- State Press Association and J. C. We Want [
ice aad.CheI i1Ca1L He said the lives buying seeds for his garden. wffl save era. lack district passrMer agent of the very GrowerIN

.of; his: members would be shortened several dollars outlay later on. It Is Southern Railway. The trip planned
hard IN HONOR-0," Ml AM I AN. was to the Sapphire country la North
;; .by the change; that they were a the ameba baying Chamberlain's Caste
< 'wor int people'and used to'stop for Chorda and Diarrhoea Remedy. It The Blue and Graf park at Fitzgerald yesterday THE STATE TO HAVE OUR EGOK8.rjorlda .
"t :&alf aa hour or more,, each day.to BM costs but a few cents"and a bottle of It ,,Ca was the scene of a very enjoyable
a the mall wagon pass oa Its'way front to the house often saves a doctors hill gathering a few days ago of the country was not only crowded "
'.:!Mlaad. torCntler. Now thti Is 'done of several dollars.' For sale by the when a number of the family friends but turning people away every day I Vegetablea"-A complete auaaat eg rtorttenortda wepa< -:-.. '
.. away with; the railroad carries the Red Cross Pharmacy and aU medicine: of K .H.1'1rJmaD congregated there and as the Florida editors desired to I S Orargta"-ot special Interest to'orange IN'NILJ'Iad4a

q. ''Snail, the.stattoa Is too far for us to go dealers. to enjoy a picnic party given by that visit the Sapphire country this year StrawberrteaT Booklet oa "loll Varieties; Cottnttea rs

'4e see It.come la. We are la the habit estimable lady In honor of her guest In preference,to other resorts, a post rertfittttioaIrish ," f
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!. 'd going to the'postofflee at half put A SERIOUS OBSTACLE. Miss Mamie Simpson of Miami. Fla. ponement.of the trip was decided up 1'oCatoe&BookW oa "Sotl. Bead Planting.. Calttradoa: sWasi
s.'r 'aevea and.waiting until eight o'clock The crowd gathered about tea o'clock on. Mr. Lurk says that travel to various of FertlllasrB. Ugglag red atppiag.-

*;.. to see that the man 1s handled proper; O"M to tide change u4 washes and various games were enjoyed until summer resorts this year 1s a Pineapple *%' tfllxag."-<< .,... btenet to ptaeapple growetm ,
it ly.; Now ,we cant, get It until:nine It Ia the, general opinion of.local the dinner hour when all were called breaking the records, and he attributesthe Ideal J'wtSl1.rI.--Boot showing all oar different lends aaalyeea. JIIdIa&
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". o'clock though we are oa hand prompt. boatmen, and It Is said of even the & to the table where an Ideal picnic din large crowds to'the general prosperous etaNew f

y;, ly at half past 'sevea. Its too long gtaeera and others engaged ta cutting net.awaited to be served. After the conditions of an sections ot eat Keriae< MltloMC< the sAew jut >ablaibed.ieat tree tar tteeaMaa
:-. to wait., There are no chain la the the canal through the point of land dinner hour a portion of the crowd: retired the country. Jacksonville. Metrop

Tc poI tomce. something must be aorta of Morris Cut from the bay to .to the hammocks andswings oils
WILSON &: TOO tBR FERTILIZER GOIPANT
,, 'done load yells)., deep water In the ocean: that another but were far from being displease ,
w ProL tttayback Daniels was'recognised or south' Jetty win have .to be constructed when caned to partake of an ever enjoyable NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '

by the chair. He said he wanted u a protection to the canal watermelon cutting. Those Department of the Interior JACKONVILLE Fla.
the board to>extend aa tnvltatloa' to and la order to keep banks and bars present were as follows: Misses Land Office at Gainesville TIn
'President Roosevelt and Prof. Wash from forming at the,trance to the Mamie Simpson Verna McLaughlin June 21. IKS. Chase < s rFTf i.Tn.e3% Agents,

_ 1:ringtoa (Booker) to visit Colored Town canaL Floy McLanghUn. Aims McLamghUn. Notice la hereby given that the fob 1'A1F1a.! r
and aee that race'suicide did cot prevail :. Recently the government contractors ban McLaughlin Nellie Renard.'-Oxford lowing-named settler. has filed notice BROWN & MOODY, STOCKTON & BRADFORD ?
R.. G. Ross 'completed the Jessie Cutler Little River. -
,that everything looks promising Co. Kmiagsworth. Dixie Jay of his Intention to make ediamntaUon
;..;,,.ta ,,* **. the crops were good .(much construction of a Jetty to the northward Vesta Jacobs, Little Kate Oxford,. proof In support of his claim and that
-::' blushing la. the audience). ot the cut or proposed channel Mayle McLaughlin Mesdames J. H. said proof win be made before John f

Invitation >extended unanimously. This Jetty extends from the shore Twyman. McLaughlin Jacobs Bell!. B/ReUly. U. 8. Commissioner, at his Miami Bottling Works ,
Committee oa pure food reported above high,water a distance of fifteen Jay. Messrs. Wright Torreace. 0. V. office at Miami.!* Fla. oa August S.
hundred feet seaward and was Intended Clayton Jay George Hayde.
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through chairman Ooslow Moetmorea-
105, via: John R. Walker of Perrtae. WALL & DICKINSON. Props
cy that_they:had tramed'a petition"to to obstruct the sand and drift material Ed Oxford J. L. Plttman. Homer Ad Fla. Rd. 11647 for the northwest

? congress: 'asking that less paste bard from coming into the canal or ama J. 0. Harper. James McCarty. A. quarter of section 11. township 51 Utb Street,Neap a.a.. Miami, na y
be use! la the manufacture of shoes. forming bars at the'entrance. H. Denmark McLangUIa. south! range 29 east. He names the
That buttons be made to adhere more This It Is said owing to the canal following witnesses to prove his continuous Xaaefaetarers of
forming new tide ana" current changes Chamberlain's Cholera and W-
b firmly to pants; that they'separate! Cotyc residence upon and cultivationof
a BOW aa 'early,as a railroad extension it Is falling to do. .and Instead .. arrhoea Remedy-the Best' la .. said land vis: AU Kinds of

girl did from her lover when hews great banks forming. different Existence. H A. Proctor C. W. lOT. J. F Billiard
cleaned oat at enpt.Committee parts of and outside the canal, and T. M. Wood manager of the White
Drinks
and C .A. Gossman. all of Per- Soft
on electric road reported that the only way to get rid of them County News Beebe Ark.. U a representative rlne. Fla. e30ios; ; ...

r that Mr. J. B.Tatnm had visited al and prevent their reformation Is to sconthera business man wh W. G. ROBINSON. Register. Prompt Atteatioa to AH Oroera. OutofTtwaDYSPEPSIA orcsen BondaL
r the terminals aorta, and attended sev, build another or extending I does not hesitate In expressing his -- r1IF
v era! colored camp meetings;, that be parallel with 8OUrtl. one a good opinion of a wen known remedy r

found arf terminals aear watermelon, like,distance to I He says "It gives me pleasure to recommend 4J I CURE
fields, and where chickens were plentiful This, of course opinion Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
but patronized by colored p opte. advanced by those who have watched and Diarrhoea. Remedy having' used
DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT
,; Claims bets, Investigating everythingIn the progress of, the dredging, wore, It my self and In my family with the 0 n.irookar.a-edal+{.Lnneetdwevltdt.awNes... cm.
connection with trolley line and will !though It U possible that wileD the best results. In fact I believe It to U r' ..... "LI n ... WO..e.t M

pee the colored people are not slighted.. canal has' been cut to a greater depth best remedy of the kind la existence. E.,C. Oe\7ITT & COMPANY CHXCAOQ >. ,
when be starts up (cheers), and Into Jeep water In the sea that Sold by the Red Cron Pharmacy and :
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'Fastidious Johnslug, more) that,'. the conditions: wilt be changed. an medicine dealer Ask for'the !1905 .Ko4ol Almanac and 200 year Calendar


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I. the farmers on the opposite chore for vested. Prices are very good and DAYTONA VS. MIAML e
ML THOMAS vegetables and such products as theyraised. many growers will realize as much Cp Coast Ball Team Prepared Ts t
I'it ; NEW YORK FASHION LETTERNew profit as If there had bn no damage Give Miami a Hard Can. y

PLEAD GUILTY As the years passed the old man June by the cold weather. Many new Now that the Miami has ball alas' '
..0. orange groves are being started and have determined to make of *;
inclined more and more to his solitary ----------- '- - I a tour ,

t life, and his visits to town gradually : York. July 17.-The frock of tumt... and these often have the coat old ones Increased aDd fruiting trees the East and West coasts mighty ..
it ceased. are well filled! The Uomeseeker. effort Is being made by Manager Mor '
and finally \
-I- decreased I of the collar In black velvet. A few Imported
bIte .Is the cornerstone
I Great then' was the surprise of the serge frocks of this sort show also rls of the Daytona team to arrange ,.:.
I OF MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE few friends of Mr. Morse, when. they foundation of the seashore outfit and buttons covered with black velvet. for one or more games her, says U'* ..:'
SLAYER OF HENRY LEE HAS recognized him on the streets yesterday this year the woman who affect such A deep emerald green' velvet is substituted 0090000tb0000 Daytoaa-Halifax Journal. '"
HIS NECK SAVED BY ATTORNEYSHENR'Y afternoon. costumes' are reveling ia an unusual for the black upon other LEGAL PAPRS FILED It must be remembered that the ;

,, STAFFORD ALSO Since he left home h.s wife died wealth of smart white serge models French models, and with a parasol of Miami nine has wiN the earth with. ,
VERY LUCKY and some valuable property was bequeathed the same green and repetition of the every team Ia that section and 0111I't<
i to him. and be Is not now from which to choose. White mohair green In the hat, this color scheme Is Warranty deed. Florida East Coast last week: defeated West Palm Beach t.rill .

dependent: on his labor rear his living. frocks, too are many ant popular distinctly at tract l\e. Green silk Railway Cato J.H.Tatum for 1X70X80 a double header 'y a SCOT of"Sj:

Hrs future mill be guided by the influence but even mohair will not stand stockings and white shoes laced up lot 20 block S3.: MlamL [,to 0 and :3 to 0. Daytona has,beat..V'
William Thomas, colored slayer of of his former environmentsand wear and dampness as will a good with broad soft grosgrain ribbon of Warranty deed. J. IL Tatum to David every club oa the coast from >Palatka ''.;

Henry Le. alias, or better known a* he ma decide' to abandon his serge, and despite the approval of the same green wonl consort amicably N. Melvin for I2.9U.80. lot ZOo 'to Eau Gallic and a game between ..

j "Skeeter," a negro Rambler, near lonely life. However, his conversa-- fashion many women will have none with such a costume, and this use block: S3, l1ia mt. these two clubs should really decide "I
f ; Homestead a few weed ago and tion indicated that he intended only a of white. shoes with. contrasting lacing Deed Florida East Coast Line Canal the championship between the twot'
I against whom a true bill charging visit to his son and would return toMs of mohair. and hosiery Is. by the way extremely and Transportation Co. to Walter As the Daytona boys are putting up a ;
murder In the first degree was rendered home at Smmer Haven. But white serge for all Its widespread chic for outing wear. \Valdln. for ISO.: five acres In section good came of ban w* will back them

: by the grand Jury last week All who know the old man have a popularity Is dear even to the An all white morning frock of linen 3:, tp. 53: south, range 41 east. every time.Contractor. .
'r today. changed his plea of not guilty most Idnd'y regard for bim,and if be ultrafashionable. White cloth too serge or other material with. a note Deed. Florida Coast Line Canal A: I' ""

to guilty of murder In the second degree decides to return he will receive a Is made up.Into mod h seashore of blue or green or red introduced in Transportation Co.. to Walter WaUin Albert ,,. we'.'aq It,1

,_ and consequently will be sentenced warm welcome. the coat this way and In parasol and hat Is a for'$;00. forty acres la section: 5, tp. i commenced the laying of the found- -,'
costumes of aU classes, torn
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to prison for a period of not delightful toilet for beach wear, 54, south range 41 east ik>n for th. handsome new resident
more twenty and short skirt morning frock to the Deeds from lela Smith. Chas. C. Me which h* wUl build at tae
than yean. driving, etc. but all white corner of eat
yachting
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The change: et plea was allowed by elaborate dinner gown enriched with shoes and hosiery .re preferred by Minn. Ella M. Singleton MInne L 9th street and the Boulevard for Mr. I

: Judge Jones upon the motion of New/ York Irish lace and embroidery but the many women and are more generally Lampber, E. V. Blackman. L. B-Gould M. D. Melvin of Port Richmond: N.Y.
Messrs. Price and Atkinson attorney tailored frock of white cloth Is more worn this summer than ever before. and wife. J. F. undo and W. P. Dusenbury. i I and which h* Is to have completed by1." '
I T for the defendant who changed: his Ii I utility White silk or lisle stockings plain to F. E. C..)\1 for II each, the first of December when Mr. Malt
jGossip. costly and less fitted for general
g plea on their adrtce and instructions.Thomas' 1 embroidered by band open work or right of way across their property l I via and family win occupy It for theVjsessoa.
of white and the I
than one serge !
i crime.accordlng to the statement Inset with handsome lace are sold In for extension purposes. ,t
of the authorities and witnesses .......................... latter stands as first favorite for certain tremendous quantities those with. inset _. { ..-. ,,
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was a cold blooded murder. New York. July %5. The steam purposes. lace designs being often very ex.

I Harry Bell Stafford another negro; yacht Mayflower, formerly owned by Still retaining their popularity are pensive and favored for wear with

.who bas been beld a prisoner la the Mrs. Ogden Goelet and purchased the smart little costumes with plaited elaborate frocks. White stockings :
,county Jail for the put six'months or embroidered In very tiny scattered: W. "M. 8urdine1 r
States Government
United
the
from her by or circular skirt and plainly tailored
brought Into court this
more was derigns In color are lined, too and tn"
x morning and entered a plea o guilty, at the time of the Spanish double breasted short coats, either on popular Saxe blue la perhaps the eel

though sentence '..... impended as AmericanVar, probably will be sold box lines or fitted in the back and or most often seen upon the white

the court: deemed that he had been soon. During the time that the Jap straight In front These In white ground. rf

sufficiently punished by his lone im anese-Russian peace envoys are in serge, wfth heavy white pearl or Returning to the white serge frocks:
prisonment. gold buttons are as delightful as they the French makers have Introduced
this country the 1'eaael1rlU be placed
Stafford,was Indicted by a former are simple. 8upl-wentary collars many novelties la cut: and line. The Our GreatShoe
grand jury he being out at the time at the dlsopsal of the commission.After and cuffs of linen la some soft color Empire Ideas that have taken as firma

and falling to appear wnen tae case that the government will have are made with some of these frocks: hold lately appear here as elsewhere

,: ... was called to trUL his bond was ordered no further use for her. The M.r-I and others have embroidered white .' and Empire coats, long or
I estreated and an alias capias flower is being overhauled at linen collars: but It Is doubtful short, are made up In white serge or Sale -
I
3 issued for his arrest He.was captured Brooklyn Navy Yard and will go to whether such accessories add to the white cloth: with skirts to match and .
'and since then has been la Jail Portsmouth N. Hon August 1st. catchet of the costume. or detract fromIt with severe tailor finish or with collars -
In disposing of the ease this morning carrying the peace commission. AH cuffs: and motifs of heavy openwork
! Judge Jones also ordered estreat the expensive fittings which\ were removed Long fitted single breasted coats embroidery oa linen. Is Still On

ment proceedings stopped against at the time she was commissioned are made for other white serge cos- ESTELLE CLAIREMONT.
: Stafford's bond, providing' the bondsmen for war service win be re
would pay the!cost of the last placed. It has been decided by the

L arrest authorities to have six of the slx- OFFICIAL CALL specters shall canvas the TOtesjnak- We offer this week in de-:
Othert ban these two cases all ot pounders, formerly board the battleship log returns to the committee which our dry goods :.

this morning's session of the circuit Alabama placed on the "peace FOR CITY PRIMARY ELECTION committee shan forthwith canvass
.
court was occupied in the argnemnt ship so that it >s supposed there same and declare as nominated' those partment some. exceptional values.

s of pleadings in the case of C. T. Me- will be enough war about the boat candidates If any, who bars receiveda .
r Crimmon vs. the Miami Transfer Co. to keep fresh la the minds of the envoys Primary election Is hereby caned to majority of all the 'votes cast for Read them over. :-
s the grimness of the conflict said offices.Oa ;
which trial ,
was placed on yesterday
be held In the city ot Miami, FU.
morning. which they may bring to a close.: August 29th. A. D. 1905 at A
on August 2%. A. Dt 1905 for the purpose same time and place and under same :

HIS With the completion of the battleship of nominating candidates for conditions a second primary will beheld Collars '
HERMIT;,kEAVES for the of choosing between
Connecticut now building here the following officers to be voted purpose

LONELY RETREAT and other warships, more, vessels for at the general city election to be the highest candidates where

,e will be added( to the register of naval held on the fourth Monday In October nominations shall not have alreadybeen 8 dozen embroidery Rep turnover I 0
declared and at such primary
M exile ships In the fiscal year Just opening '
After an of eighteen years, town
.A. D. 1905. : election\
than In other fiscal year la thecountry's only such electors as were collars 25c value for IOO .
any
e. self-imposed, the hermit of Summer In the One Mayor. qnaUTed at first primary ..baa.'be . . . .-. . ;
Harem Mr. O. R. Morse, returned to naval history com f

1 the .world yesterday afternoon and pinned Nine Members of City Council permitted and to vote.clerk thall And serve same. Inspectors 1 lot assorted designs, 40 and 35c ':
left last night for his old home In One City MarshaL 25c
A. E. HEYSEK.H.
.
Trenton, N.J. to visit his son Frank necticut the great battleships Georgia Ne- One Clerk who shall also serve as I F. ATjaXSOX. Secy. values for. . . . . . . . . ,
.Morse jays the St. Augustine Record braska. Vermont. Virginia Tax l1ector. \

of tyesterdty.K New jersey. Rhode Island and California Lout. One City Tax Asessor. Chairmen.T 1 lot lace land embroidery; worth A
Many residents of St. Augustine Lana, thearmored cruisers 1 .
conversed with the South Dakota. Tennessee and Washington One City Attorney. FROM FERTILE FLORIDA 1 I5cfor .W
hare seen and cruisers St. . . . . . . . '
lonely old man oa the strip of sand and the protected One Municipal Ju.lcLOne

which he made his home for the put Paul Milwaukee and Charleston. City Treasurer. and plain"stocks
t I What Is Going On Ia the Land of the A limited number of embroidery

'
The result!of this large addition to
eighteen years. His history is familiar Three Commissioners of Public Grapefruit and Pine.
', to a few. whom he took Into his confi the navy wfll be a swing oi the pendulum Works .. worth 75c that will be sold ,1
dence.: of actively to the other ex 5&
r' Not for a long time haTe.there Five Members of City Executive: At White pay the shipping of for
He came to this city la 1887 and treme. pines . . . . . . . . ._ .. .
8 I shortly afterwards 'went ,to Summer been so few vessels In the early period Committee. Is about over and growers do not complain -

Haven .some sixteen miles south of of their construction as now, and Such.primary election shan be held of prices, as they averaged Another line, new, of embroidery which sells: "
will be that July 1. much Indian River.
town and established his home. At the consequence equally as on
at the City Hall between the hours '
first he male periodical Tints to town 190, will find fewer ships than la About Apopka there has been plenty for 35 cents will during this sale x
of eight; a. m. and sir p -m. sot the 25 }
in of constructionat or rain' and ,
In his boat for supplies but up to yesterday many jean course farmers are happy

:: eight years had e.aped since private or government yards. following Inspectors and clerks are and busy It Is likely the acreage for . . . . :. . . .'. . .. .
he left his lonely retreat Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Is not named for the purpose of conductingsaid la sweet potatoes will be larger than I

He told his 'story to a friend'one fond of the limelight and she says election: nand ,
lay while la a reminiscent mood and nothing outside the circle of her clqs- M. E. Jones, J. M. Bnrdine. F. B.Stoneman. Section Director Mitchell In Jacksonville Remnants tot

from him a Record representative est friends about her' many little Inspectors. J. F. Jandoa says early corn though very ,
learned the cause: of the old man's Tolnntary philanthropies, yet she Is one of the good. Is short There Is a good acreage
xDe. It seems that he and most patriotic of all women who Bert: J In sweet potatoes. Pines have In going through our stock of laws we have:?;
"his ...lte.- after living together for have tenanted the White House, and The ballot shall be prepared under been shipped
; many years, found that their natures is always devising new plans for the the direction of the City Executive: The Cocoa and RocVlecge News found a few remnants in assorted collars; ,this ':

were not congenial to each other and furtherance of the nation's interests Committee and shall be.la accordance urges the extensive culture of grapes' *f
sells for 15 and 25'cents but
calmly discussed a separation. Mr. especially: those of the women. She with the requirements of the saying.there is no reason why all that quality : a yard .

Morse suggested that he go away and is sponsor for what promises to be- general election law. Only white community should not produce grapes we have marked the few that we '
the American silk talustryan la abundance
leave what little property Be possessed come great 15G
with his wife. This provedsatisfactory enterprise contemplating the citizens: shan be permitted to be John T. Fuller Is having a largepacking have down to lOc and ..
pian
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to both and he left the establishment of a business that may come candidates before or vote at house erected on his grove

dinner table where the matter wasJlscnssed rW5 European and Astatic commercial or participate In said primary election properly at Staten's crossing near
i Interests In that line. Mrs. Crown Point He to gather
taking with him only his i and who pledge themselves to expects La
personalbelongings. He bade his Roosevelt, at the Inauguration ball about 30,000 boxes. He Is full of en-
; t abide by the result and to support WLJL"V
it wife goodbye and took his departure. last March, wore a silk gown whlca terprise.
t bad been woven oa American looms. the nominees of the said election end Judge William s. Bullock of Ocala '
He came to Florida and eventually
let lawn will make
dress
cated at Summer Haven. His capitalwas Before she leaves Washington she may who are by the laws of the State has some particularly fine grapefruit Strp you a stylish |]

4 but small but at that time he was. appear at another big :affair In a lawful electors of said city who have to be supported to keep them for summer Wear. We have 4 pieces in asv:
more vigorous than now and be went frock entirely of American production have paid their poD taxes for 1903 from breaking off. says the Banner. ,
to work to erect a cottage. The life for i she Is fostering the cultureof tad 1904 on or before August 12th. The fruit Is smooth and velvety sad sorted colors that have sold for 25c 0 '

appealed to him and he grew to lore silk worms by American women A. D, 1905. provided sues tax Is legally shows no sign of visitation of the I lOO

3 the roar of the breakers from the and already the plan has had a Urge assessable against them. i white fly. I a yard, but go next Week for. . . .
of Silk worms AU candidates to have C. C. Killer ta
ocean, only few feet away oa one measure success. desiring raising fine celery oa
d' side, and the splash of the waves of : thrive wherever mulberry trees' or their names on the official ballot win his wen cultivated: place west of Ft

the bay equally close on the other osage orange bushes grow.* The make application to the secretary : Pierce, says the News B. F. look Skirt Reduction SaleAll
side of the narrow strip where be raising, of them requires only sixty- of the City Committee oa or before is shipping some of the finest pins-
eF' had built his modest home. As the five days a year. Little care Is needed noon of August 12th. A. D. 1908. and apples ever grojra la that section tad I
waters of the vicinity teem with fish the chief essentials being abundance each applicant la order to bars his Mr. Water has a lot of elegant tomatoes I

and he is aa ardent disciple! of Isaac of leaves and a large room that name printed oa such ballot shall pumpkins squash and ottervegetables. 8.50 skirts for 7.50'
. .
to the . .. . .
Walton he found pleasant and profitable can be given over exclusively accompany his application with the
occupation with his lines tor culture for six weeks. It Is "Mrs. following fees: Aa exchange says a Miami man
skirts for.
6.00
L. .several.years his income was barely Roosevelt's Idea that silkworm culture : For Mayor $10. has placed an order In Cincinnati for AJ1-7.50 . . . . .
4 sufficient,to keep aa ordinary laborer In the tatted States will' be.conducted For Councilmen ,%. a crate of the finest and largest I

r' In tobacco, he being dependent upon principally by fanners wives For Marshal. $5. blackberries to be found la the market AU 500 skirts for. . . . 3.98;1
small pension. The small sum of and daughters, as It Is In Europe. For City Clerk" |10. The seeds will be planted suitable -

fifty a week supplied what wants 4 For City .Attorney f 5. places on low pine lands and high All 4.50 skirts for. 3.4i
cents . . . ; .
the adjacent waters could: not filL'The Mr. J. I. Gowla end children returned For Municipal: Judge $5. prairies and la two years the plants
Uh h* '''aught at ,first for food and from For City Treasurer. I%. thus secured will come into beartag.
# last Louisville
home night
w .for pleasure of ,the sport suggested a For Commissioners of Public Works. The pineapple crop has been snipped
mans'of Increasing his small incone Ky. where they: have been visit- 12.00. and Is proving much better tau W. M. Burdine Miami
h and be found BO difficulty la disposing lag relatives and friends for the past For City Tax Assessor.. 12. expected sad will verily ta. prsJic- ,

'f. :of Us fish for cash or IB trading with several weeks. At tU:daM of ite-poOi Of tarA tics that tally half a crop will be bra 0 .


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and cozy. Porch Chairs and Rockers. Porch Settees. 'Old Hickory"rustic



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U.M.KINGUndertaker Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prout and The Miami Sunshine Society was C. H. Rivers who has bees a

m I TOWN TOPICS. I :daughter were passengers going to entertained at Rev. Stelnali. on tth guest at the San Carlos the past winter .

and Embalmer Key West on the steamer Martiniquelast street, near the Boulevard yesterday win leave In a day or so for aa t ,

e 1 night At that place they will afternoon and several visitors were extended trip through the North aced
_. 1300 AVENUE D
waster Carl Gruber U the inert of take a Mallory line steamer for NewYork. present This society was organized In Canada.

MrFranklin Coleman Bush for a time Pm
blaster, Gruber resides In Palm Beach be absent until early fall, but Mr. much good since that time having Jlsributed Mr. W. H. Johnston win leave om '

Prout will only be away a week or many garments and flowers. the third of August for Griffin. Ga,

:.. *. Use Bradleys fertilizers far afl crap Mr. EJ. :t. Wilson, wen known in Miss Louise King of Fort Lauderdale two. After the reading of several papers to visit his parents and from then

.1" 3. X. Lammas Agent Miami, was married to Miss Mamie who has been visiting Miss and the rendering of choice selections hit win go to New York His Uttl

Hanpt, at Eatoton, Ga, on the 17th Mildred Taylor will return to her J. H. Tatum t; Co, real estate dealers by )Mra.Stelnalland. little daugh- daughter. Cottle, will accompany hint

Mr. Clarence Robert' clrll engineer inst. While here Mr. Wilson was home tomorrow. report the following sales during ter. who sing so delightfully, delicate as far as.Griffin and remain with her

and bride are expected home employed In the store of E. L. Brady the past ten days: The S. A. Bravo refreshments were served, and the grandparents until her father return

i' dally from he North where he went It Co. and baa many frtenJs both Mrs. W. S. Grsmllng and little son, place corner of Avenue C tad Tenth enthusiastic workers adJourneJ. from the North.

several weeks ago to be married. here and elsewhere who wish.for him hare returned home from ladlanota. street, to Mrs. Rena Hahn; lot a''

and his bride all the success and en- where Mrs. Crawling had been for Seventh street for C. IL Garthalde; I Rev. Stelnall and family are aranglng INDIGESTION CURED y'

Aetna dynamite sad Hpplie far joyments of life. v some time attending at the sickbed of four lots In Erickson's addition anda .. to leave Miami In Septemberto
There Is no case of Indigestion dysepsta -
.at* by Lammas A SewalL e her father. small tract of land in the country go to their old home la Sweden.
or stomach trouble that will not
,The.Ladies' Aid Society of the First t the total sales amounting to $10,008. Rev. Stelnall came to Miami last year
yield to the Hgestlve and strengthen'r
Mr. J. N. Lnmmus, who baa been 1L EL Church met at the home of Yesterday afternoon In the circuit and has bought some fine property
log Influence of KoJoI Dyspepsia Curs
'spending several weeks< at Hot Mrs. Keesler. on the Buena Vista court. Thomas H. Preston, a subjectof which he will Continue to own. prob-
Prof. H. P. Bragg, who will teach This remedy takes the strain off.the
Springs, Ark, left that place yesterday road yesterday afternoon, spendingthe Great Britlan, and Win. Cenci. a I ably returning next summer to see Its
mathematics In the Miami high school stomach by digesting what eat and rr
,for Miami and wOl arrve, In a time very pleasantly. Chocolateand subject of the kingdom Italy took improvement The elegant residenceon you
# the coming term, arrived In the city allowing it to rest until it grows strong
few days He ha been trying the cake were served during the social the oath of allegiance the United Ninth street near the Bonbvard.
last night Prof. Bragg, came acre again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords
r efflcacr ''the I baths 'at that resort hour. Next Thursday tAe society States and became citizens with allrights and another house which he Is having t
from New Orleans and was fortunatein quick and permanent relief from Indigestion .
I will meet with Mrs. Herman Porter! and privileges therein contain. built next to It, are to be decupled by
leaving that Just before the all ,
city and stomach troabies.trafldaup
b I3n1NYu r.rcman De best and th4t will be the last meeting for ed. Mrs., W. E. March this coming winer. .
;; 7 lII cal. 117 L hi Lamas Oil&mLF' six weeks as the society win take a discovery of the existence of yellow the system and so purifies that disease .
vacation fever thereby escaping being quarantined can not attack aDd gain a foot-' '

The}'first .of next ,week Dr. P.. T. Many persons; here rememoer apt in the afflicted city. haJJ as when In a weakened condition
Albert who '
Grifflng. commanded the THREE GOOD AND JUST
I the
Skaggs will co to Louisville.; Kr.,and Mr. B. A. Coachmsn today presented steamer Shlnnecock.: the between constantly increasing use of Kodol '
on run REASONS I
Join his wife,, who has been in that Deputy Sheriff Core with a full this and West On and after October lit, Mr. F. J. Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of boa-
port Key daringthe
city for 'some weeks. After which blooded English bulldog two years winter of wiU Rand, of Orlando will be associatedIn tens how this most wonderful modern ,.
It03-04. and
they win visit Dr..Skaggs. father in old. .The animal .is, a large powerful to learn that he is now confined regret at his the practice of law with Mr. M. D. There are three reasons why moth 'I discovery has proved be the greatest : f
One
ers prefer Minute
ntH tan.Writing. of Miami's best known and Cough Cure: dlgeetant for the alleviation of a
Price "
rematalng brute vicious that
Virginia and so n is necessary home in the Island City with a stroke one '*
First It Is
to keep it confined. Mr. Gore of paral,.... with little chance most successful legal, lights. Mr. absolutely Harmless. See- suffering humanity. Its many cures ot
tableto and stationary tar 1s quite a. dog lander, especially of of very Rand is a son of President Rand of ond. Lt tastes good children love It both children and adults grows larger

ale at J. B..Bemea*! drag store.Mrs. this tinJ. and his new acquisition now recovery.t the First National Bank of Sanford whooping cough when other remedies day by day. Soil,by Biscayne Drug

,' makes him the proud possessor of Thomas Ollaflejr, the popular and and has been connected with the office fail. Sold by Biscayne Drug Corn-I Company. ,

.' B..V. R. Carpenter ana daughter. three of these fine antmslsMr. efficient steward of the steamer Mar- of Beggs A Begs, at Orlando ----

t Bias Battle, of Cocoanut Grove, S ilnlqne.. Is confined In the hospital at and Is said to have exceptional ability '

who hare been visiting In Jackson and Mrs. Chas. A. Mailer wid Key West with an attack of complicated in his chosen profession.A Racket/Store

TIDe hare gone to Talala Falls,"Ga, leave In a few days for Red Wing stomach troubles. Mr. O'llal- ,

for a Ylsl before, returning born a Minn, where they will visit Mrs. Mai ley is reported to be In a serious condition report was made to Mayor SeweU .

e week Dr'two hence. ler's parents. Mr. Mnfler., who is 'associated and though he has been- m for today that the telephone company _' IS THE PLACE .

s with his father tn Qteman, the'past two weeks but little change In blasting on the south side of the -

a It yon want fanfiisen r colt X.Umaca. 11tt 'agement of the,San Carlos Hotel. 11 for the better is reported la his condition. -river near the Avenue D bridge for

Joe, the old reOabtaF entitled to a good long vacation as heW .
agent the erection of in poles destroyed i-

h, Br/dl y'a goods erie devoted every'minute of his time one or two sections of the new sewer.
during his father's absence to the Interests
Mrs. S. L .Patterson Is arranging Marahal Flanagan was notified to Inform .
of their hoteL r
A Valley Gazette is reliably' Informed for a most enjoyable trip away leavtag the company that the damage

that a new railroad for Klsalmmee for Jacksonville next Tuesday. Ang must be repaired Immediately as the Our goods are all
After a delightful time at the house
in the near future 1s entire ; lit, and where she will meet her sis new water mains on the south side marked In figEnameled Rice
'probable We hope to be able to party given by Miss Lydia Barn of ter. Mrs. J. M. Jackson: Jr. and together will b* In use in a few days when thesewer Enameled Sauce plain Boilers60and80c
Jacksonville, at Pablo Beach and ures. We are not
_: give, out something ,definite on the they win visit Ashevffle. N.c. win become operative. Pans .
.object in a short U/ne. Klssimmee many other pleasant occasions Mr. possibly going to the Adirondacks: ....1 ashamed of the
Bob Watson has returned to Miami 2 to 8 quarts.
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ask
Gazette. prices we
Valley \ so. Mr. Patterson sad Dr. Jackson you.
Business huD
rather light in
and to bnamess. Miss Jeanette Watson
will later go to New York:, where they the the 25c to roc and as the price Ls
court few
x who was a guest of Miss Barn, mayors put days,
Monty to Iou on improved property.G. win meet their families apt enjoy the lowest we can _
and according to Marshal Flanagan
daughter of Mr. J. M Barn, at the
s: & Coeoanut Grove or 1CXX ,
Amides a much needed vacation.Mr. he has afford to sell at and
"1 ; Price" Miami.On same'time as her brother, will visit never seen It fall that when and--Gi
in New York and possibly other places the grand Jury aDd circuit court are make a living profit

before returning to K1am1. Chas. LeJeune. of Cocoannt in session there ls but UtUe doing In This Is Meat and Vegetable -
August 3d. Mr. Wm. Corner wm Cake Turner price
Y Grove about five miles south of Miami. the police line, and he has not yet choper5c
for all alike Your
go to Philadelphia to visit' relatives Fin, Is in Macon and is quartered determined to .which of t..o'call1el to ;
and be with Mrs. Homer, who has The many friends of City Sanitary at the Hotel Lsnier. Mr. Le- assign the good behavior: whetheran neighbor does not 1 and 2 dollars ,
been In the latter city for a number Inspector Robert NeOcoo. who suffered
cheaper
*- Jeune Is a typical young Frenchmanand the thieves drunkards flghtersete. get anything -
*,. "of weeks, she baring been summoned a stroke of apoplexy several
is delighted with all be ,sVs than do and
; In.. are attending court or'wfiether they you
'.} there by the death of her,.mother. weeks ago win be geld to learn that "
America. His success in planting child
afraid of the
are grand Jury and aj your can buy
nko. he is able to be oat'&pin and attending
to his duties, though amt grape fruit and other products' In Judge Jones. It Is one of the two.he goods from us Just
Florida hare caused him to branchout II certain. So far this month, or
HOT Rent Large tight! weDYeDtilata.l not fully recovered* MrJJeOwn states as cheap as you can
and he is looking oyer' this White
section up to the time of the falling off business Granite
Hatchett that the sanitation of tho city was
l In
building
es room
Enameled Bucket
at"the with the view of extending his has been &00.1. Fifty-four arrests Bowl and Pitcher-
Twelfth"street never better than pvtseat time
on by SpiersMeis
Business. Macon Telegraph.Mr. .. were made and out of the number 2 qts., 25c $1.10
der. and that there .is little or no sickness.,
fifty sentences were Imposed the
I. =_ anywhere.
U )(. Melvin of Port Richmond other four eases being Jlsmlssed.
Local boatmen who beDere greatly Hanndlers of
N. Y. who visited Miami for all first From the fines imposed "01.41 have f Everything
In almanac Information,but more so The pills that act as a tonic and not 1
Sold
their 'own weather prognostications as a drastic purge are DeWitt'f Little last,season, and though not favorably been collected by the marshal while Everything Cheaper .

predict that'the late summer,and early Early Risers. They cure headache Impressed at first with the climate forty-five day sentences have been W. ML Chaille & Son Miami
.vC served the Florida
streets.
constipation. bUUonsness. and conditions of Miami but who finally on r
: tan hurricanes this year win come Early
earlier than usual and that they win Risers are small easy to take and easy not only became an enthusiastic -- -

be severe, and are making preparations to act-a safe pin,, Mack Hamilton admirer of an the city and sec I

for riding out, tie blows anj hotel clerk at Valley City N. D,ATIrwo : tioft possesses, but a purchaser of Miami .

protecting their crafts from 1IIJurr.I I. bottles of these famous Little realty left last night for his This Week At Burdine Qilartermall'sw

I don." Good for either children or home after having been here a week

.. W. H. and letting the contract for the building
Howell Houston Tex,
Wanted-10 men in each State toP
signs 41atJ1bate'am better pill can be _led for constipation of a magnificent winter home or ...
travel tack and
his at the of Nina '
sick property ,corner .
headache
etc than tense
t p... and circulars of oar* goods' Sal famous pills." Scores of street and the Boulevard. The contract tw

ary.. $7100 pr month. 1100 per day their 'testimonials ,,was let to Albert ". Wells, and

for expenses.' ,Rnhlman Co, Dept B. prove Drug ,Company.The worth.. Sold by'Blscsyne the agreement calls for the comple Below we mention a few of our

Atl bunding chic ago. Uon of the structure by December 1. '

.... when Mr. Melvin and family will ',
laying of the water mains for specials for MONDAY July 31.1 "
-
The Miami Boat Works has Just In- move here for the winter. ,
the extension of tie water works

system I
stalled a steam wench la connection
on the south vide of the river
"with its marine on the river at .
ways has been completed. The connecting The Atlanta News of last FrDay in

the foot of'Avenue TX By the new pipe from the station on this side its corridor gossip says: "B. B. Ta- i

arrangement the company can now turn, of Miami, Fla. the Magic
City
of the river has been
completed.
': haul out a craft la less tAu three The connecting pipe from the station I of the Land of Flowers Is in. the city 10c Counter Collars ties veilings handker
.
Is ,
_ minutes from the time It secured to today from' Ltthla Springs, where he ,
on this side of the river has also,
the cradle. Heretofore the companyneed I weeks'
been laid to that stream and today is spending a few vacation.
hand windlass power ffi hauling several pontoons and lighten are being Mr. Tatum Is an old Georgian, and his 'chiefs, gloves and mits. 500 handkerchiefswe

', oat. .boats. gotten in position in the river for friends In this State will be pleased ,

the preparation and to' the to learn of his success in the land'ot
attain 'George" W. DHlon.. of the bottom of a flexible pipe slaking which win his adoption. He is pl'ftldentCor tae will place on salefor school children, Iceach '

steamer Martinique, states that probably form the connection: between th'e Miami Printing Company owners and

tor the first time In Its history mains on either side of the river. publishers of The Metropolis. He is

Havana and aQ of Cuba .U rtgUly This win be quite,an engineering feat also engaged In the rest estate business

4 quarantined against another,country and will be* watched with InterestIt and is among the largest owners .

S '. la order to keep' out yellow fever;and is; expected that an preparations ot property in his city. Hells connected Come and see the grand collection of bargains

'' that BOW 'no vessels are allowed to for sinking the pipe will have been with various manufaeturng ;1.I.

enter any of the Cuban*ports without !! made by the last of the week.A enterprises among others being the we will offer you MONDAY. SPACE WILL

being quarantined. While in Hanna Miami Electric .Company. which wU'

Monday. apt Dillon says, that'I the i SMOOTH ARTICLE build an extensive trolley' line during NOT PERMIT to mention EVERYTHING '

,steamer Excelsior, arrived from New the coming winter. Mr. Titan is .

Orleans and was at wee sent to quar When you ,tai It necessary to use treasurer of the Maml Board of Trade' '" .

antine. An vigilance to keep out the salve use DeWhfs Witch Hazel Salve and ls aa active worker in everything

disease Is being. exercised by the Cu- burns bolls eczema blind, bleeding. pertaining: to he development:of his

'fcan bealth authorities, ..110. are .determine Itching or protruding piles., Get the city and county both of which: he I believes

.! 4Sat.yellow fever shall not genuine.DeWlft's Witch Haut Salve.I to be the best U the South'age Burdine and Qurterman Miami :

:again get a foothold la the Island,, Sold by' Biscayne: Drug Co. and opportunities considered." ,

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A FAMILY REUNION. Lime Growing is WILL THE WAR CONTINUE ? .
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CITY COUNCIL PASSED ORDINANCE
f 3v. W. W. Faria and Three Son Conduct

Services! In St. Lou .. a Paying Industry Statement ,
from )L Witt
Russian plenipotentiary u reported by the

Associated Press, and Baron HayashL are not calculated: to the
1 GRANTING RIGHT TO F. E Eo C C. W An unusual family gathering of ministers belief that term of peace between Russia and Japan win be easily entourage or read.

will be held on the rostrum of The growing and marketing of limes
liT agreed upon. Witte la quoted u saying: Th ultimate decision: remain '

I the Markham Memorial Presbyterian I believe within a few years urn rank In the hand of the Emperor and It la for him to decide the destinies-off

: To Cross Certain Streets in Northern Part of The City and Enter church next: Sunday morning says the aa one of the foremost among the cab Russia. The Emperor la the friend of peace and desires peace bat I very
:1 St. Louis Globe Democrat of the 19th.
: Uvatable Induttriet of the State. said much fear that the Japanese terms will be each that we will fie unable to
Park For l Improvement Purposes Rev. Dr. W. W. Faria.. of Miami.FU .
Bay reach
an accord. Secondly the
} 4 will appear with his three sons, Mr. Gaston Drake of the Drake Produce world should disabuse Ita mind of the Idea
;,I that Russia wanta peace at any price.- Baron Hayashl that
who are ministers oae being Rev Co. this morning In conversation says Japan

1-$" The regular meeting ot the city sidewalk be laid oa Tenth street John T. Farts pastor of the Markham with a Metropolis reprelelltaUy."anJ does "not know what powers hare been delegated to the Ru lace plealpoteatlarlea -
and after the
council Thursday 111&ht' proved more from Avenues C to U and the request church and the others Rev. WaDac even now there la a demand for anthete events of the put eighteen months,Japan puts fxlta
only In accomplished: facts. The
term
OWl ordinarily Interettlng a number war granted, the walks to be laid la 8. Faria. a missionary la I Chow Fn. fruit that we can aecure." will be communicated only at the-

of Important matters received consideration accordance with the ordinance: regu- China and Rev. Paul Patton Faria. Thla remark resulted from aqua. eonfereac: then we will discover what powere the Russian plealpoten-
;; Hula possess.To tie avocation that Jtpaa'a terms wool be moderate
lion u to the condition of the present f.
aced action. ftlng the same.. who la to go u a missionary next the
Prominent among these war (h. fiMl A letter was received from E. Ben month to West Shan 'mug province. crop of limes which: Br. Drake laId Baron replied: 1 can not He where people ret such an Idea. ta. .

t reading sad passage of the ordi Carter. general roaJmaster of the F. The father of Dr. W. W. Itria war would be about normal public evidently mistake the Japanese. for aagela."

#;, wee amending an existing ordinance E. C. Railway granting me city permiasioa the late Rev. John 11[. Fart, who for "The keys crop la Just beginning to the This la equivalent to saying that Japan'a terms will not be moderate. In p

7 storm' move and w* are handling small ship beginning Japan indicated: that a peace eoafereae would be useless on-.
granting, to the F. E. C. B"yCo. to lay a sewer Laces years waa financial secretary of MoCormick Jess the
fg said he. "but the bulk of the representatives of Russia had fun"power to act. and that UT
: the privilege to construct, malatala the company'a right of way oa the : Seminary, and did much: to meats
i r! and operate'a breach ot It* line east aid of Avenue D from Thirteenth -. place that institution oa the substantial crop will not be on for several dart terms agreed noon would be accepted: by Russia. v
yet I have contracted for *$saral hundred ?J:!; *. WItte says the ultimate cIeda Ion mast remain with the Emperor;,* "
from the westerly side of Avenue E tothe street to the Miami river. financial: basis which It occupies. .M"
that he fean .
: barrel of theM fruit have Japan" terms cannot be accepted. Taken altogether, It la
and u-
waters of Bttcayae: Bay aad also John B. RTeUy eommunlcaled to the This veteran clergyman died about rather bad beginning 4
.(o construct operate 04 malataia council: that he It la receipt of a letter nine years ago. but not before he had all of them engaged as fast as I can .la cJplOJII&e1I&DP& la sometime teed to conceal.*
put them on the market. The most real purposes and object, with 4 view of securing such terms aa will beflnafly "-
each siding u may b* necessary la from Mr. 7. E. lagraham. Mating seen his oldest grandson enter the
: connection with such branch of Its that he la ,perfectly wining to extend ministry. His home for several years of my consignments: will com from accepted. But appearancea: are'Mt favorable to early or easily t&IJ"8e4

-' the not doe for the .EUioU'a Key and Key Largo the fruit upon peace terms. It la trident that Japan Is determined not toy 'I
before his death
maID line to'the waters ot Btscayae now perchase war at Ann. EL At
from Uetacnmble and other yield through liberality any advantage It baa gained. Uaevltch la said to. '"
I : lower
of three Iota the next the 'pastor
Bay, and further to construct: msla- : city ; payment time hla son waa of the hare 400.000
t men In his command while the
keys going to Key Weaf Japanese army baa also been
tale and operate two stems for ItsvyM to fan due one year hene Th Anna Presbyterian church.' Dr. W. 'W': i
v Continuing Mr. Drake said: "The reinforced.: Recently nearly 500.000 men were called: to the Russian colons
received and
.* connecting sail branch ot Its communication was Farts also founded Union Academy at It would be
lime I* far superior to the lemon bothIn deplorable the peace negotiations ahould fill end the war b*. ?
;#i 'ails tine to the bay with its original placed oa file and a vote of thanks Anus and for seven rears waa Kaprincipal. flavor resumed,. with'the attendant Iou of thousand of lives.'

main Ha, aad to cross and occupy extended Mr. lagraham. Part of Dr. Farts ministry and health"giving properties

Avenue E and Fifth and Sixth streets A reply waa received: from It. M.Plagler haa been spent In Baa Francisco and la rapidly displacing It on the

u aad also to cross Avenues D and C.Btscarne to the offer of tAe city to give where he war editor of the Occident: market Up to a few years ago the GIVE US

Drive and Bay Park at an Ita note in the sum of 1250 la payment Later he bame pastor of the Hazelwood lime bad but little demand but the PRODUCERS.

such points where said main Brae, for the city haft bufding.and in Presbyterian church In Ptttsbnrg commission house, realising Ita commercial \

sidings. and 'both branches of the"wye" which the proposition war acceptedwith ant after several years there waa value began to push It forward
until BOW It la almost Impossible The successful development of a new country depends not upon the .
of.tne terminal to the bay the understanding that the note obliged to go to Florida for hla health.
to supply the demand. The lime number of merchants doing business wlthla Ita borders but upon the
i cross: said avenues, streets aM'drlves.The may be used by the Fort Dallas Land He has been a pastor at Miami., Fit.
la fruit number of laborers In Ita fields and the Intelligence with which the labor
of Ita taxes. The a hardy and healthy tree. They :
meeting waa attended. atoll Co. la the payment for the put five yeara.

board of aldermen and a number offer was accepted by the council: and Rev. Paul Pattoa Faria'"" graduated grow wild throughout the keys of he la applied., ,
coast and on the bordering: mainland, Merchants, are necessary: to supply the neceaaarlea' of We aside from .
ot tltiaens. Hon., George )J. Robbing the mayor and city clerk authorized to from McCormick: seminary and
deliver It to the and but little care: Is paid at any timeto those retailing directly: from the labor bestowed la the fields and factories
1 representing the railroad company execute the note and married Mitt Mary Helena Alexander
4 c their cultivation. On Key Largo but trading adds netting whatever to the country's: storehouse of wealth..
was also' present and addressed ,the Fort Dallas Land Co. within the last two months. The pastor -
and Elliott Key the most of the lime Ko greater Meeting or convenience: can come to any' community than ,
submitted of the Markham church ;an
conncfl relative'.to the granting of Frank T. Budge a proposition performedthe
grower fertilize the tree, but otherwise adequate number of eoterprltlng .!dealers who are alert'to supply the great
k the ordinance, setting forth the needs to bid for supplying the storm wedding ceremony at the bride's '
they receive very little attention. variety of luxuries and necessaries: from the markets of the world but when
t of the company In the pursuance of sewer pipe to be used Avenue D home In Wlnnebago. IILRev
Were they cultivated and nursed the thla requirement hen been supplied any addltfct i to the number become /
providing such material into. be used. ins here ,
Its work la this city. and harbor and : Wallace S. Faria fora
A same aa the orange and grapefruit the a detriment rather than otherwise. It is. obviously, a mistake for overzealous
of the necessity bribe tracks of the The communication wa* ordered filed short time la February and 1* now
I yields would be much greater and I boomers to attempt to Induce an Influx of merchants Into a manleIpallty -
5t road to"cross, operate"Upoll and Penetrate and the deck Instructed: to Inform to. remtln for three or four month, '
have doubt'the size of the Inhabitants of which/ are Inaofflelent make business
no the fruit la- really to to
the properties prescribed lathe ].[r. Budge that the pipe In question preaching In several of the city
creased. I am also convince that the trading rely profitable to thoM already located: q
?y ordinance Mr. 3. B. ttelUy also baa already been ordered.. churches from time to time. Rev.Dr.
growing of lime for commercial purpose Every Individual who cornea Into a new country and engages In. theproduction .
t "f spoke la behalf of the'P sare of the The committee on fire and water W. W. Farls will preach Sunday evening -
is one of the coming Industriesof or manufacture of any domestic or commercial commodity. la a
h ordinance which had received two protection reported through J. L WD- at Markham church and 'Rev. ,
this of the State"When valuable acquisition and the addition of such citizen gives
na aa
sectym every
f v reading at ,the last previous meeting Bon. that It needed further Urn.to Paul Patton Faria Sunday morning.
I asked for an estimate of the Increased producing: capacity to the extent of hit personal abilities and the '
ot the counclL He favored. the complete Ita work, and the aame.,waa The reunion begun here wilt continue '
: lime crop tills season Mr. Drake said limit of dettrabOlty or usefulness la reached: only when every foot of tend
*. granting of tbeyordloanee because of granted.It Sunday. July 22. at )he old
!that he could: not approximate 1C "We ha* been brought under cultivation and an raw material has been fashion a?
the benefit the, extensions ot the war moved and seconded that home of the Farises, In Anna I1L Mrs. .
win handle more than 600 barrels* Into tome uteful commodity. }
committee of three be appointed to Charles H. of Dr.
tracks of the railroad aa Jes1re.l..ou141 Wiley a daughter
: l 1& said he. "and other house here wfl Give. a few thousand more Intelligent tillers of the aofl. stock raisers "
'' be to the city and not becaane"of hla take steps towards moving the city Faria, win entertain the four ministers
also distribute large quantities. while manufacturers, canners etc. and the way win be paved for Increasing the, ,
connection with the said company.. building from its present location: to and they win, again take part la
I I Key West win probably market a like number of auccettful: storekeeper*-Fort Pierce .Tribune
Others also'advocated Ole passage of he east one of the three city Iota on one service at the Anna danrch. )Irs.Wlle'a .
number of barrels. This U Bound and MIle advice.: The farmers and tfflera of the soil are. ,;
the ordinance which upon duo coaslderstlOB Thirteenth street.and that the advertise hatband Is aa elder in the
This should put he total crop at the real backbone and sinew of the eountryf Where there are good tarmera
t of tie council: and no opposition for bids for moving the same; church: and another elder Is K. R.JlnneUe. .
2,000 barrel or more. A barrel wD there are good times and protperity. and the Metropolis believes that
.' being offered;wen passed unanimously. also that they have power to have the who married a sitter of Dr
average LSOO,limes and they are at nothing should be left undone to bring la'more farmera and producer: to
building moved at one: and the necessary Faria. ,
present bringing' from $6.00 to 17.00 this new and promising section: of the country.
Another' ordinance-on* officially repairs, plumbing; etc, made.
per barreL Average; them at 2,000 barrel
dosing Thirteenth street from Avenue The chair appointed. 'sncn committee DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL
also )le rL.'E...' Settler.; J. s. and $6.00 a barrel, the crop this
B to.the Boulevard- received .
.
EXAMINE HEALTH OF PRISONS.s
season win amount to 1X000 In value
r7 Its third reading and adoption. Frederick- and J.< L Wilaoa. There Retained at St Augustine While Lake
-* good sang sum for an uncultivated
A petition W'U-received from'various being"ao further' business the couacfl City Gets School of Technology: article.
.
property owners requesting thai : adjourned. : The city prison In Jacksonville: U known "Raspberry)' l'ark.Jt to' t'
I
The Tallahassee correspondent of PUBLIC SCHOOLS. one of the wont pritona In the State, the cells being narrow and dark and

the Jacksonville Metropolis, under tie treatment accorded prisoners anything but humane. To make bad mat' .

MARK BRHLTESON'SSIAYEfl '*. 1 ten worae It la alleged that the place la of filth Agatest
Jeet rcla" date, says:. I Two weeks from today, or on Mon : a den. and disease
afternoon > o'clock the this the Metropolis of that la vigorous
Yesterday day. August 7th, all of the public city. now conducting a crusade and q

; State Board of Education and the 'schools: of Dade eout.eX pt.t Miami resifts mutt evidently follow for even though a penoa la a prisoner, their* r

:,'f C GRANTED PAROON'LAST.FRIDAY Board of Control held an Important West Palm Beach Stuart and Lantana crime la no cue demands cruel or brutal treatment and above all other

meeting rat which: It war decided to' will begin their school: term. the law require that the sanitation and health of prisons mntt be pre, a.erred.

locate the school: for deaf and blindat i This win be a new departure la the The effort or the Metropolis for Improvements la the condition G

St Augustine and the School of of this Institution of correction and punishment should sent aa an tacentlve -
James 0.r1J1lama who was convicted released from the State prlaoa.camp Urn of opening the schools: which
Technology: at Lake City to other city and all county authority to Investigate the coadt< 'i
at Miami. la'lto:. of the mar i at Clllce. heretofore have not begun their
Williams' Crime A delegation from Lake City 'waa terms until the last week la September lion of their prisons. No doubt the Jacksonville'altuatlon: .would" end ,a ;"
1k Jer "of Mark B. Bartleson, la January. resolution parallel elsewhere.John .
prevent and presented a
and the first la October and has .
la this dty.; last Friday I .The crime for which Vnniams was B. Vaughn deputy shirt ff of Eacambla s
1M2. waa a has
adopted by the city council: : or Lake been brought about by petition from county been convicted ;
convicted: aad pardoned wag committed that the State Board of manslaughter. The cue la interesting la that such accidents fad ar
granted a conditions pardon by: th* City, requesting the patrons and because Superintend
la this la the
Pardons c II city early morningon of Education convey to a board, of charge against aa officer of the law seldom occurs: Vaughn In firiaaj !
State Boar of eat HaD and the Board of PabUo Instruction
4, January M, 102. la North Miami. at a fleeing prtaoaer and kUled
tmstreea named the .-oktloa the shot a bystander Be was Immediately la-
: desire to If by beginningthe
for : 1M,
; wmiama application pardonwas according
Williams sad Bartlesoa. dieted for murder la second decree and of'maaalsaghtetv
I State property at Lake City comprising that the attendance the convicted
term earlier l
presented,to
i Fmrris.. ot ,Jacksonville, and, ,la **.I North Miami BJon'renJte4 relative to the payment and equipment la use of the $15.000 la the past the: last month or two life of an Innocent man. and though clothed with the law fa official capacity ;

luring this pardon Justice FarrIa baa : of hack hire.' and WH-' provided for by the Backmaa bill to of the terms have shown a great old not proect him when by his ow a carelessness a DIe .. had- ,not

accomplished what even th* relative I llama came to the dty. secured: a revolver be used for' the establishment of a falling off by parents taking their Intended to Injure was ulle: Raj he killed the maa he fired at,, a eor-
some
of .the petitioner did not believe: and returning to the of technological lastttate la that city. children from school to work In the oner'a jury would no doubt have followed the stereotyped rule of making j'

could, be done. J : I the >fight shot sad, kffled ,BarUesoa. MaJ. A. B. Satan. Frank Clark of tomato and vegetable fields, and It la the act juatlOable. His fate ahould p rove a warning to other" officer. of l",

.At the trial la this city Williams His arrest followed Jnrfng the day Lake City and Hon. George W. Wilson believed that by opening the school: the law to exercise precaution and ca: re when discharging lie arm at see \ '4

war represented by able counsel I and h* was tried at th* June term of and Hon. H. H. Buckmaa.: of Jacksonville earlier that this condition will In a person that they do not injure another. ''I. .'

; Judge 'Twlggs of Georgia, and several the Circuit Court a conviction: being appeared before the board great measure, be eliminated. '.

KlamI..attonam defending him. Ta; secured oa the (th: of that month. His advocating the acceptance of Lake .
AH of the schools except Miami and WHY ADVERTISERS PATRONIZE THE METROPOUS,
C prosecution of the case war conducted attorneys, Messrs. G.,A. Worley aDd Clty'a proposition. West Palm Beach are seven months ,

by Judge Beggs. States' Attorney: H. F. Atkinson Immediately moved The board by unanimous vote decided la titstloog. but under the new law. ..

r and Major Alexander St. Clair Abrama.wmiams the court for a new trial which war to convey the But >property to the I they bye a chance of aa additional The conservative: per istiat sad thoughtful advertiser Is the sacceaa-. /.

was convicted and sentenced denied. This. was followed by' a plea proposed board of trustees.who areas month, or aa eight! months term. ful advertiser. This fact Is ,demon tinted every say and successful advertising '&f

to the state prison for We of Insanity and latter' by an'appealto follows: W. A. Blonat. Pensacola; This la mad possible by the law pre- mean successful buslaess and the natural result ot mosey ma J.' '

Th Supreme Court, sustained tae the Supreme ourt. The actions: George P. Raney. Tallahassee; Frank scribing that the earollmeat of a Wag. .......

lower court's decision, and since then, ot the lower court were sustained sad Adams Jasper; J. R. .Parrott. Jacksonville school ahaU be Ita attendance and There are assay ways of adverUa lag; the bffiboard. th* handbill th*

3 within the past year 'th* case was Williams went to prison for life. ; C. A. Carson KJsalmme; that any school showing aa attendance pamphlet calendar. and an of them doubtless bring results, but the aJ>,,," .

presented' to the c Board of Pardons Sine then:even! efforts: han been W. L. Palmer. Orlando,:and two members of eighty per cent of the enrollment vertlser who desires to do a rushing business aad reap good mutts..

tare or four Um s. Each Urn the made to secure his pardon but an to be elected by the city council for the term auf be entitled know that the newspaper la the best medium by which to reach the pep,: u.

pardon waa.refused. About three were fruitless,unffl the present WU- of Lake City.Attorney to an additional month. ,Thus pie and secure return Th many thousands successful; busmes mjaS. s;

'months ago Justice L L Farrts was tiawa was an employ of on* of Ml- General CSls, stated that It la made possible for a3 the schools throughout th* length and breadth ot the Lfnd win fitted ,w.f' fact sal },

t engaged to make another' effort to amra leading clothing and furnishing he bad received: a communication: In Dad County to have an eight were they asked the cause of their gr eat business ..and prosperity they t:'

4 obtala a pardon for Williams, and houses and was deddedly' popular,i from Botwell & WUUama. of Barlow. month tens.Superintendent. would undoubtedly promptly reply "newspaper advertising." J,'

s.Dce'the'date! : of his employment a* many friends BOW rejoicing la. hIa'reo 1 asking permission to use his name u Han aaya that the A merchant la advertising generally seeks the paper t bar the largest :t..

has worked hard oa the'cue.. lease from prison. I II Attorney General la a suit they'were outlook Is for a greatly Increased attendance circulation la the city and community in which he S.1ora1 Th* reason N'

about to Institute to test the constitutionality : la an of the schools: the Js obvious. Tie desires to reach the grated umber of peoples It.. a ratter w

COMMANDER DECLINE* The Injured men ten a different of the Backmaa MIL the coming term and on that account he of business with him even though be may not like tie e.lttor"the policy ')

TO ,MAKE STATEMENT: !I story and say that it baa been the talk grounds for the contest being that baa hopes that many of the school: of the paper. etc. It la results h* la after and consequently,. tae paper gets '"it';

of the ship for six, months that the the bin embodies more than one subject win be able to run eight months. his ad. J.: ,

'San Diego, Cal July n. '-- Aa fto boilers were defective: and that an matter; that the law states that As aa advertising medium the Metropolis lead all papers publish*!,fe t '

- amlnatloa .of th*'gunboat ennlngton accident had been feared for a. long the title of the bID shall set forth Sheriff Knight of Key West )(all- Miami and DaJ county.. And way? Because It hue tS* circulation. B. yr '

whose boilers' exploded. yesterday with time. briefly.the -substance of tAe bill and roe county,, who war In the city last .ctute It baa the greatest number of reader both la and outside of Ml ;i

lose of' life shows ,The deck that the bin seeks to deprive the State nail Because It local
great no very upper amllihlp. presents night states that-so far the State has gives more : and telegraph news rhea any other

< great damage above decks. The wreckage -: a mats of wreckage: ; smoke stacks are board of education of Ita varied rights but little evidence: against Captain paper In the city or county. Becauv It caters to all classes. Borne,.' t :

is mainly:below decks but how blown out of place'&IId'the'. superstructure aad vests t&ose rights la the Joint Smith who ahot and killed oung Guy the people' look upon If aa an authority and know that what appears taIta E

s. serious can only' be determined after' : twisted board, thus changing the personnelof Bradley at Flamingo a abort Urn columns Is as near correct as It I* possible to get sad present tt. and, h, '

r;, -a, thorough examination.Commander John Turpla a colored" man of the the State Board of Education. since aU of the witnesses to the trag because It Is a paper up to dateaad modern la even other respect, \1;

Toung declined: to mate crew who,waa on th*Main* when that eJy being Smithes family and friends, These facts are also known and realized by the merchants and

a statement for,publication hough he battleship,:waa blown up In Havana The .Miami Telephone Company 1s and unless other evidence or wttaess- ness men of Mami, hence the reason that its columns are aa liberally ,

expressed the.opinion that there waaa harbor,>waa on the ennlngton at the now engaged la extending Ita line on es develope.that it Is doubtful If a pa-ronlzed sad sought by them. It Is results meT are looking for They "v

.,.; weak spot'la'oae-of the boflerabut time 0(' the .explosion but again escaped the south side of the river and la coavlctlon: raa be secured. Those wit get them, la the Metropolis and th a fact that one: ,an advertises they JL _

'>i.J 'that (her*,were, a*'Tlcable. .detects. .a* Injury.. ,B* rendered valuableaid nowerecting: : poles on Avenn D aaJEighteen Dew* now secured testify that. Smith are always aa advertiser should be anfflcleni to *atsfy th* most skeptical'.... .'
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GIVE UP'ATTEMPT, -- ALL PRECAUTIONS f no reason to fear MM tatrodaetioa, of
CENSUS ENUMERATOR
ROWI N6 is
rI TALE
SALVAGE ALICIA
TO
BEING EXERCISED yellow fever Into the State' where, ATKINSON BEGINS WORK FI

precautions have been taken.

'pic( profe MURDER Wreckers Had ss l Off But Winch By the State Board of Health to Keep DR. BKUNNER'S' VIEWS. "'In Catherine the Information required
Drove Her Back On tile Reef..
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.: Out 'Yellow Fever. Dr. W. F. Bruaner. health offlcer of to HIout the blank ceases ,

.l Savannah la discussing the cans of form sent yon herewlh..' It mast bo

The Spanish steamer Alicia which C yellow fever at New Orleans says: understood between the people wh. ,,
has been stranded Ajax Beet since Bv direction of the State Health Officer. tall ,
on New Orleans got aught this time are to famish U and jrouneU, that "
...J?.. 'cSrf of Sea Gd Kcports A Most Horri. early la the spring and upon which I i .. Dr. Hiram Byrd assistant to by bidding too strongly for the MOn a matters or questions pertaining to

,_ ATTORNEYS tcber1D of Crew and Ptssei- the Jacksonville tugs Three Friends I (the State health officer has'been Instructed American fruit trade There last the th* business are strictly confidential;

o .1Upr.e@.. aD and Admiral Dewey with wrecking to proceed to Flomaton anJ question of a doubt about It. Mobile that neither personal or family secrets

a $. ...... pas M Sckoooer ObvplaMetropolis barges and apparatuahave been workIng assume charge of the quarantine at was taking away the trade and new or the business affairs of ladtvUuala

area.o.B TKUc.im. In an endeavor at salving the vessel that place. Dr. Warren E. Anderson Orleans simply let down her regulations. firms or corpontlou win be divots 'f

has been abandoned by their agent of the State Board of Health eJ ft exposed to the public ;

,p. T. .- Bareaa. crews and will become a total wreck, at Pensacola. Is In charge of the alt.uUOO "The quarantine at New Orteaas. "Yon win. therefore, permit ao""ono f+

West f'a..1aJ1 22. or at least, that part of her which led :: at Pensacola. and ail cooperate Galveston and Mobile are all three to aerutlali or Investigate your
Her
a 0IIee willa
+ .....1Iw.. & of the Sea Gull armed no value,and which can not be removed with Dr. Byrd and furnish him all run commercially and wherever this work for any purpose, while la coarse 3

Aft C of the assistance needed In the way Is the case yellow fever la likely to be of preparation by. you bat this does 4

". MIAMI" and related the story of one This war the Information brought of,,guards and Inspectors says the tatroJoced It Is only a question of not refer to person la your employ

J. M. atrocious crimes of mon Co the city last night >by CaptChas.Meloy. Times-Union. how often It win get la A city wltn No employ should be permitted t*>'

DL which occurred near Span' of the yacht Mystery who visited The' Instructions from Dr. Porterare no quarantine at an will not necessarily make any statement whatever eoacemlng
His account of the J
the wreck yesterday afternoon. to detain passengers at Flomaton get It every year There la It. for publication or other.
Hortx. BISCAY*j Is as follows: The tugs however are still standing quarantine station who may come of course a chance of Its getting It. wise not even yourself '

YILML ., Oljmpla with a crew b y the ship and she Is now. being dismantled from aa Infected: ,district. New Orleans has had It la ft. "aland "Th Information returned oa the
N men and fire lady passengers, and torn to pieces. The engines ri,
CAMPS ESTABLISHED. 95 but not since then until now." manufacturer' schedule: should cover
L CHUSti wbom was the daughter of the
1DL& are being taken out and brass The Called States Pub C Health MOSQUITO ONLY TRANSMITTERThe the business year'of the establial.meat *

owner left the port of CtOlo, piping furnishing and fittings removed and Marine Hospital Service: yesterday most nearly conforming to the
< Honduras three weeks ago only mode of transmitting yellow
and UaJed aboard the beget In
'!' established four small detention December St. 104.AH
year ending .
'r' Ofic U Smll t ; an Island eighteen fever Is by'the mosquito DrBrmv
this way paste an amount of valuable outside of New -
camps Orleans where answers will be held absolutory
'+ 8ut the port. The captain and ner says and where paOenta are isolated
. '10. property will be secured.Capt. aU persons from the Infected district eoaOdeatlal. No publication ,
MIAMI. sold of lumber for and Ae mosqnttoea tilled the
a cargo
.4' Meloy states that the wreckers will be detained for ten days before be made la the census reports 5
with that nun intended to spread of the disease can be stopped!
1j r. AUI1r8OK, are a disheartened and ,fatigued being allowed to proceed. closing the name'operations ItladtvUMl
a herd of cattle. ,A negro, The mosquito which transmits the disease
crowd. They have worked hard and i
One of the stations was'establishedyesterday : UbUanmats la any pA '
ATTORNEY & Is unknownlearned of is not the same kind that are
faithfully to save the ship andthat claim at Wan, a small station I Ucalar. gad the Information win bo t
'1; -M lianas pm ; In the captain's possession found here. The yellow fever transmitter
but for a little blow and heavy
ts.al WI.a ? on the Louisville Nashville Railroad used only for the statistical purposes
'*. loUir table 1. O rm1Aed to secure U. WhIle sea at Just the wrong time they would between New Orleans and KobI1e.Dr. 1s known aa the atygomla. If for "hle11t wa clT'". f
'S UIIee ta a...u was ashore, he stole aboar this specie Is brought here. tey ward
XIAKI have now had the craft safely fax pen! Wasdla, of the Marine Hospital Amounts and value mast bo obtained j
: t and securing aU the fire live and propagataDrBraaaer ads
<, It win be remembered that the Service has gone to Mobile to invest from book accounts''If suck ao t LY
;:. r 'them and then himself until but they are not Indigenous Several
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:-: .. W. B. wreckers succeeded In freeing the forward gate the situation at that point and coanta ar* availabl Each ,u *tloa> "
the authorities the
at
should About years ago
-'DJ. work begin. quarantine
compartments of water a short along the line of the Louisville la to be alUWft, If any ,aetloa .U
o'clock at the vessel left station hen found some of the ,
night time after they went to work oa the
Nashville Railroad. far as Pass found not applicable lid ao amount*
hTuCUJr.ura they had called for about the stygomia here, and kited them'aa4 .
vessel!, but on account of leak lathe
Christian. "
,, are reported, write the word "aon*.
Urrtca ur MIAMI the negro suddenly maJe his could they are looked for every summer. ,
after compartmeat'-
VESSELS ORDERED DETAINED 'If a mercantile mtalac. q uarrytac. ni
g billed the three'mea oa They are fought aa the orOtaary mos
Hoars from 0 a. not be freed by water by pumping The department has ordered a ave- or other business carried oa la coa
as '. .' then entered the 'cabin and quito. Dr. Braaner.,.. The ream '
...... After a faithful effort Captain fos- days detention, of an vessels from antics wtta'maaafactartac. the capital '
remaining crew, except"one, that yellow fever appear only la hot '
said
Jacksonville
sent to for air
New Orleans at all Florida The employee,
; ports. wage expense products
'QILLESPIE ; the passengers except the own to use la forcing tae water out weather Dr. Bmnner says la that .
pumps agents of the department la charge there etc* ..porte.t{ must pertain oaly- +
He then secured'the : are no mosquitoes la cold weath
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the her .
hold.thus
of
omC2 raising pThe of the quarantine, stations at all Florida '* to the maaafactartaf.
', ...&.M... forced- the one nrrrrtng pumps worked successfully and a few ports have bees notified to taU er Vital Statltfea. *
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orrrcw III rn-u to scuttle the sBp. When days' the ship floated from. BOARD OF HEALTH WILL MEET r
,&amUOI dal...., &CO was effect "PoU list of mate 'tweaty-oao

was sinking the murderer the reef. Preparations were then AU 'freight cars *re fumigated.. at A meeting of the State Board of years of at*. Follow' carefully 1MI1IaI
nrrlTors entered a sfctX and made for towing her to port but a Health baa lodes called to
,t Flomatoa by order of Dr. Porter to to heM U Instruction relating to every
fi' H.W. JLU'fDB << land. When. they' were' squall and. heavy'sea came np_ androve d kill mosquitoes. Can used for transporting Jacksonville tomorrow probably to column oa separata sheet aceompaajteg. .

* from 'the boat, the ne the vessel back on theroe,, L fruit are given special attention discos the yellow fever sttuaUoaLouUliBS. lit This b Importaat.naaDy .

: .Kusa Omcai' >Mn. a ,the' young man and threw knocking off a plate and bilging her as they are more liable to carrymosquitoes aaJ to take atepa to keep yoo' are 'most earaeeUr
than any others requested to exercise your beat Jade i'
.t.: this she became alarmed for of the condition of the AU of the members of
new the
hard
c GOOD ADVICE GIVEN. meat aad'greatest care lid be correct
.; life and sprang cap whereupon vessel reveals, the fact' that ,It wffl except Captain Harry Fonard. win at and thorough la whets
*' Dr. Porter has your
advised Dr.
i'. -,:Josir a. re4 at her;the bullet en now be Impossible to again float her, the of link tend. Captain fbcsard aboard the work. The whole work,must be eoa.. 1
son agent the State.Board of ,
CIVIL fleshy part of her arm. She and that account the 'wreckers steamer Three friends ,
oa la
engage
) Health at Pensacola. to advise the pleted uJ'ntttn" by October 1.UOi. l
1.t AND SUR ; excellent swimmer and leaped have begun the work of dismantling people of Pensacola salving the steamer At eis. ashore at .-

!; 1M.tr r PvUie ior MM d. The murderer.fired three ''I Much material still remains la .the to take steps atonce AJax Beef and ft la even possible mata agricultural statistics an lobs r
..d...a"'- I mlsseX to eradicate aU mosquitoes.
.tr.u.
her She began to
r.. ;..o.r roa'.. hold of the Alicia among ftr'RO thirteensteel Instructions an to fill an has not yet learned of his appointment aa Important feature of the eeasM a.
-.1I1Mh, the shore, but the > trusses the Cuban Central up to the board '
for although the
same and la tntea Jad to show the exact
: 'she'bid biter gd'back low places, where( water stands aaaan coacdlUoa
to Railroad which were not'taken oat was made several weeks
la
: ago the of the State as a farming a4 '
... f"S.X; BICDOlilf as the sharks would eat her. with the bridge, which'the 'wreck en jrlUzens see that are no requested standing. water Individually isallowed absence of Capt. Fo aN. Governor stock raising State. Tto qvectloaa tato >

JL&CE.'r" time aaferomlsed to spare succeeded la getting oat &D4'4eUYer Broward. who "I.a member of the *asked
la reference to thisare teases' ?
REAL around their
.; .., : I She tune and ,was about premises. StandIng -
ant to the board previous to
company. assuming his present lengthy and win
: water require evenmore.
ii'iou-r Pcmmu : la a breeding place tor mosquitoes I
the skiff, hen he
: HOTAET .. j : ; n1se1.The loss of the Alicia wffl be a sad when an low offlce. wm probably attend the Urn than to secure Ute facts
places
her. aLied n
to brain She detect I
f RATK AT heavy blow'to the wrecking: company: la and meeting. fiat the etusdn aa to population
an ,
standing water removed r
'. and mored'asfde, but the '
:UTLEB. which being confident that It wont I
the mosquito soon ceases to -
4 her face. She sank, and be successful have
la.salvingher,
". P. / thinking she 11ea4: 'paU- spent 'many 'tiresome and' trying exUU 'fever,Tbe mosquito that transmitsyellow FREDK. S..MORSE
Is
shore. known as the stegomyia ,
AanIr dal!. the 'I"However, .the. girl weeks, buffeted about by the wind '
fasciatua.
.t. stunned,; and to
soon came
;,) ttl,..t At1s&III and seas to say nothing of much money THE MOSQUITO REALESTATEOffices
1 .Beat bo* : Fearlnglthat: the mur In trying to save her from the reel' THEORY.,
In his
:1/ treatise
: oaJ.I see her and'make an on mosquitoes. Dr.
Spat Palm Beach : Fortunately however company derived
Hlnun
6 Byrd assistant to the State
on her life she dlr d a good sum from the saving'of Health' op stairs Cor. AT*.C aid Utfe St.
call Ishe'was Officer says that the genus
stayed tinder '
?4 !.! the 'railroad bridge which, with oat .stegomyla
.JUBS Includes something over Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
'J'''' to' come up to breathe. By to come: from the sale of the articles .
"of twenty species but only the fasciatas1s .
the negro was almost out takea.wtn
i machinery/etc, that will be
: COUNSELOR the girl swam antfl the relieve the fiaadal loss to .aexttnL great accused of transmitting yellow fev. AGENT OR 'LANDS .or', I'
He
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-$ .. V was'sure er. la aa Inhabitant of tropaCAa&Ad
: 'rpr, n.rdd sad a.&J reeL She that '
'yt4Nny Bed Der-S* "war' then subtropical countries Florida East Coast Railway Co. ..
out of sight,, be
..omea* n WAnov : It Is expected that the work of
MIAML .. ,journey'homeward. Fcarng wrecking the vessel win have been Instructions have also been given Florida Coast Line Canal and Iran Co'' "'

!>1 o. -- MITCHELL_ ,she'I' crossed tie island, she .' completed in the next few'days, when oU to clean tin cans up aU raked premises and have all Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land 0*
encounter' the' murderer she up an) hauled
4k the tugs and barges 'win .return to
the shore and eUpe- : away. Dr. Anderson. advised to
}fv Attorney at, Law four' days Jacksonville. their home port. preach the
; ( doctrine of cleanliness to
"' ... ,,she made'the circuit,and >
':. :,: ia ." the settlement la the mean .'* PROUT AND WILSON' the cltlxena. Dr. Porter says that /Now'is the Time
'
.t....edebssi wdp nothing had:been heard of -, with mosquitoes eradicated there Is y

_
vo" an supposed that she ,wat ,yl
.:. -iv.. ,c. .' ., an pa board. The first.per Announce ThelrCaadidaer for Com-
"I To Plant
fs mlssionera of Board of Publicj Disville&NasIivilIeR.R.Yer Orange Trees
: df.-. !the girl knew and when he -
.10 .;' thought her a ghost and and Grape Fruit's
'''. "'" -. rhe i ) Low Rate RonnJ Trip
{,.J'. ; asared.bim.' however: that ., W. W. Pmout'tad Ralph 8.

.. 'it, }JEWELE1t AND there*to the'VlDage.The In reality and together affair Wilson announced two their'well candidaeyfor known citizens Ote kola Important Summer Tourist Tickets. Aso Rose Bushes for Winter BloomingAnd

!t Perfect ittioK, easy << to- the Governor of Hon j nice of'commissioners of pa On sale daily to various resorts other ornamental trees and shrubs

r,are ante a apparatus cnM eoaton.and ordered his'soldiers to ar lie warts,, and their card. .wQl be North and West, limited to October Please call or write for descriptive ,catalogue and otherinformation.

t fetfu. .. Rates vOlaln.. 'He denied'all know found la the "Metropolis. 31st to return, including ">

r 'iIOGlbIWe repair. .the crime until confronted by' Both are two well known to need Ckkao -

,&tycn'Jrweriv into and asked 8 for.* ,,when he confessed an. 'Jte comment or IesdIniM.nuIny ,St.*.,P.Mawattkte... Dorm, Colorado MiaweapaC, GRIPPING BROS; co

.f: eta D'betwwB litta that be knew of three U one of Miami's; Spring. P..... ,
W C. which would have mOD, men and progressive dtlxeas.-He has

r.. i:..:....4 ,........... .... and he had Intended'to rob large real estate holdings ,whlcJa'ute txtrejnet low rates to Portl.ad,o POMONA NURSERIES. :

..1 and then live In 1 1rr.'Th e orally would' force him were ne not Account Louis & Clark Exposi Main offlce i Xursety GO.t, p"

gave him 1111'theDhab, otherwise Inclined, to well and faithfully tion; also to San Francisco: and Cor. Ave C and 12th St. np stairs Little River, ..PlaI

t the.bereaved plate, to d o fin th!;office' he seeks. If elected.' Lo. Angeles.

3 they chose. They decided Mr. Wilson Is a contractor hr profession .ICXXXQ
;; man 'who had hfte'reJ. the and has been Identified for ONLY LINE operating throughileepers
from Florida
... to Chicago.
=- .. loss should pull the rope! As several rears with the upbuilding,ot
k 1al L $ .-... one among Gem'who had MlamL He la secretary and treasurer ONLY LINE operating through:
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1 relatives.he_ was appointed of the Miami Fire Departmenleom- sleepers from Florida to St. Louis a :: :
caw with Dining Car Service.: .
1Nt..M MM,Oda er'F The. murderer'_was at patent, intefllfent and energetic: andpaasesslnc. ; _
.; _e ... ... '
011"'s M. L hang one hoar and forty-A, a* he does friends In all Tkoodi Test Sleepers Calf ortli i' :-
"_ before be dIed.
S elected a faithful public servant finest I DUotf Car Sentc li I rile> Sort ranidly going to the front as the.-IAad-l

( I, Augustine Record notes the Miss. Ask for tickets via the L. & N.' ingclty in South Florida. Everybody
: property owners"are proton Carrie Leslie of HaOanJale, .

Increase In taxation caused >is the guest of her aunt.,Mix B. T. point For North rates or and West-schedules: and for to aal is going to Miami. Now is the time to '

levy' of the*drainage tax and Carrel on Eleventh strut Miss Leslie Reservations.. call on or write ,' secure a choice location either for business
I one Instance "here the tax- .having a pleasant Visit and will ,
r.Ea E.HCKRtVG. residence. Choice l location in
or
a KILL TH.,, I large owner h 'Dade"coUtJ remain In the city until tne last of FU. P_

UI CURE. I !Increased from. 15,000'to this week SOS W.Bay Sea JukIOSVUIS.FHas the city for sale by : : : : : : :

The kecord adds:, "'The, ob .

i: > "" Dr.. i I the new law Is to, benefit the ',, Stood The, Test 25 Years ,
but FORT
trouble 1s already certatk' DALLAS LAND CO.CXXXXXXC !
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New I ;.when U comes deciding ,

4a'shan be, cued If' the Grove'sTasteless )
I r
I .be worked out WriT and
aed
It7t7gN
FOR INSUt.' ,: It'shoulj result 'n tne Call on Or

1: S .up of thousands of acres of Chill Tonic :8: nE:t. g T. : E.NQz: b W r

and lands that, win provide Agent, Fort Vice-Pres.: Fort Dallas ,

THROAT and :ham.., for new 'settlers.!*_ Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fix. Land Co.;St. Augustine Fla
ZJ t6, or XO MET
True Democrat., : No cure 50
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1 HEALTH OF P FLORIDA C'OOO MOSQUITOES ARE I I those hare .that to take do batch their successfully chance among now WHERE VARIOUS MIAMI PEOPLE .

-' ,' dragon flies bat. lizard, toads, nlgnt
; hawks and a boat of other enemies:
t STATE BOARD WILL ASSIST ARE SPENDING SUMMER MONTHS P;

AND YELLOW FEVER NOT FEARED ABLY DISCUSSED Suppose that some progressive energetic ;

town desires to get rid of mosquitoes
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lr how will It go about it! Manifestly ion'U at 1U height. and the moat of Re,. A. S. Tatnm. at OUie. Ca. 1Mrs.
.
+ the first thing is to determine those Intending to .ake visits elsewhere a a Tatnm. at LUhla Springs. Ga. '

Though the State Will Maintain a Strict Quarantine Against New Dr. Herman Byrd AssistantState what the prevailing species are. and : hare already cone, U will be Interesting 8. V. R. Carpenter and,daughtei. -
,
where they breed. The State board of
to the stay-at-homes to Mis Hattie at Talula Fall. Oa.Mrs. .
Orleans-'Ports Will Also Be Guarded Health lead assistance here.
Health Officer-Tells may know where they are "at.R. ." E. a Douglas; Part. France.
This determined it remains to control Ashby at No. 11 Street.
t Tryon Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dearborn and
According to the statement of the of'necessary help authorized at reasonable : of Them these breeding place By far the Colorado Sprint daughter.!:Miss Dora at ChJcaga

'' tailed States authorities and others, expense. greater number will be found to be Captain Chas. and Brays Ball, at S. 0, Fltt. Chicago *

f' having the yellow fever situation at "u questioned, state facts u tar u neglected vessels of water on private Brooklyn N. T. W. A. Cannon and family: with relatives

Its-- New Orleans In hand and that of known.: premises such u tanks cistern, Mr* McAllister-Beck. visiting .....- to Palatka. ,
it i Dr J. T. Porter. State health officer of -Say. have matters wen In hand rain barrel, water troughs sagging
Folly Describing the Various Urea and friend at Fort Gaines Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tattle and family
Florida there U little or no cause and exercising vigilant supervision gutters; even the water pitcher In the Mr. and Mr* W. M. Sardine at and Capt. Charles Thompson f ,'"
"tor alarm or reason to expect a spread over travel from New Orleans u far Species and Showing How spare room may breed mosquitoes their former home at Verona Miss. cruising aboard, yacht Savallo. J

t, 'of the disease.throughout the South. as land travel can be supervised. enough to supply the whole household. 11 A. Cooler at Amtell. Ga aorlh'era waters. ,';I

v" An 'ot the authorities'' are doing Inspectors at Flomaton to detain They May be Exterminated Let the Council make It the duty of Walter C. Poo. Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs P.T. B1a.tIe. and' ta//

their utmost to confine the scourge passengers to and from Infected dis Yellow Fever .Bearing Speciein every citizen to keep his own premises Dr. and Mr*. WV W.,J'arII. at Aunty; Aaaa Peck, traveling te the aorta. w
to New' Orleans and stamp It out tricts. clear of wrigglers Imposing if 1WDoIa. present te New Tort City. A'
there Extra precautions: are being Freight container are fumigated necessary, a small fine for neglect of
T. N. Jr at Sewaaaee
Gantler
J. H. Tatnm and W. M. Browa, .tot a,
t taken to keep It out of Florida. A to kill mosquitoes particularly fruit this duty. tn order to make It effective Tens. f New Tork oa baaIa 1 i ,

strict quarantine'has been established carrier but no restrictions on Mr*. Emma B. IfaUon and'daaga- Mrs. W. P. Duseabnry. visiting a&..'.. :
,at Pensacola and all vessels arriving freight his treatise on mosquitoes published Troughs and pitchers and vessel* ten at their summer home Wayne St Petersburg Fla. ; -
at Florida ports from New Orleans "Anderson In charge at Pensacola. In The Medical News of Jan that can be emptied once a week need Penna. .. ,)
Mrs. F. M Dnpoat with'
relative
win be fumigated and detain "No cause for worry or spprehenlon. 10, Mr. Hiram Byrd of Jacksonville that only. Cisterns and tanks can be S. If. PoppeU at Odnm. Ga. at Albany. Ga. ,

.'l.s assistant to the State Health Officer.: screened so that the mosquitoes cant I. A. R. Parrlah and family, at May- Rev. Dr. N.a Fuller 'w Its relatives'
The following Information coveringthe "Porter"Reports has given much Information of Interest get to them to lay their eggs. Or wood Cook county DL te Texas. ,
R. from the State health officer and value concerning the various
situation has been sent Mr. they can be oiled.
Commodore and lire. H. C. Roome.at Rer. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Futwood..
?4 clerk of the State board show that the State Is remark species of mosquitoes found te Florida
L Dorrance. SET TRAPS FOR THEM their former home Greenport LXMra. with relatives and friends te1 Geor-
JacksonrOle from conditions that would the best method of exterminating -
ot health, at by Dr-Por- ably free and M.D. Russell
and cbndren.wita
conditions Tn addition to this let every household ... elL ,
Invite Sanitary
epidemic. them.
ter from Key West: an have Its artificial breeding placea relatives at Miles, la. Mrs. W. M. White and daughter, at
-Authortxed to.'to'restrict 'passenger are good In aU localities. There Along this line Dr. Byrd says: To C. F. Soliner and wife at Narra- Port Tampa. '
) of
pall water set In'lOme
travel to Florida from New Orleans, Is less. smallpox at the present than the casual observer an mosquitoes shady
gansett Pier. R L '
place In the yard. Mosquitoes wOl Mrs. C. H. Blrkaer. with her mother
but do Dot'coulder freight restrictions for many months and no reports hare look alike but a more Intimate acquaintance Mr P. T.
Skaggs. with relativesat
Mrs. H. &L Scott te New York
it
come to to deposit their eggs Instead
Ran car fruit carriers been received of the prevalence striking
necessary. reveals some very .
r I of going to some place where Louisville. x.,: Mrs. D. W. Moran with frienJs at
should, be fumigated for mosquitoes any other disease that should cause both In structure and '
differences
Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Spltxer. with I AiheviUe.Mr .
would difficult
nomatOD. alarm. I they be. to find and get
,at EmploymentS Some beautifully marked
habits. are relatives and friends at Centerrine
V.
A. Rutherford' with her
1 1I 1I at These traps win catch most ot the
with white or yellow atrIpea"and Mich.
I brother and relatives te Baltimore
BOYNTON BRIEFS. eggs to be deposited about the place. .
DELRAY DOTL"hat while
bands some with purple some
I hues. Some And as they require about ten daysto --r- -
are of more somber some to maturity the pails need GAME FIGHT WITHA any names, but because It was a very y,
i Transpired at This Place Items of Interest From This Prosperous have long slender legs others short and
\\ Has remarkable
.
only be emptied once a week and re MONSTER TARPON.The occurrence one that
In Last Few Day and Energetic Town. and stout unless fully ('
filled. But they serve a better purpose explained, could hardly

,.+ ,'- ""The legs of some are smooth still than merely an artificial breeding fisherman be credited by our readers ,who are
experience by a -
following
The Delrr ssorresponJent of the Boynton July 25th while others are beset with erect place Thejr will be a most potent factor In killing a tarpon Is relatedby In ao wise acquainted with the sport

Tlmee-Union says: Mosquitoes have struck this ,town scales. Some have toothed tarsal In education. They are so many the St. Petersburg Times and of capturing the giant tarpon or ,Silver #

c, Mark ZiU."and 'family left Tuesday with a venrence but we will hope for claw, while others are without teeth. aquaria. where every man. woman mfl be read with general Interest by King."

night to spends few months at their an east wind that will soon carr Some do not bite at all some bite and child will acquire a practical the people of Miami many of whom '

'old home' In Bay City. Mich. them away. t chiefly at night some chiefly In the knowledge of the breeding habits of hare enjoyed the excitement and sport WHAT IS SUCCESS

John Zffl and family win laver Postmaster Franklin P. Harper was day whereas some day and night mosqnltoec-will come to know the of landing these game monsters. I

soon for Michigan to spend a few attending to business in Miami Mon Some pass the winter I. the aauit: aaa egg, the lane pupae the time they "During the cruise of the party of Hew It, Is te be Accomplished and A .

p months., He will come back to farm day.The some In the egg stage. Some .deposit reqclre to batch the wherefore of St Petersburg In the Uncle'Sam. What It Is...

e'', In DelrayJ::'as he has sold out his ladle of the town thoroughly : their eggs on the water and others exterminating them; and then. Instead mentioned elsewhere In this line a .
"
grocerr.sore and meat_ market to cleaned the school house Tuesday. I deposit them on the grass or 'mu4. of having few enthusiastic portion of the party met with one of "What Is Success!" The,one thing ;

F., ReJerick. The Ladles' Aid having had the yardcleared where water Is expected to come after workers, the hole town will become thoM almost Impoulble adventure which every man Is seeking In this "tj

Mrs.M. E."Klrby left:Tuesday for and cleaned up recently. rain or high tide Some lay their enllstedjtnd, the mosqnlro Is doomed. that can appear In sporting annals only world la success. No'xnan define to ;
Chicago and wUTreturn In the* tan.Mrs. Boynton has the best finished schoolhouse eggs singly others Join them together al immensely rare Intervals and

r ., A.,T. Taster U seriously OL on the Inside, in Dade county Into little bal'bee or "boats' FORT., UDERDALE ITEMS such an one a* at least one of the make a faUure,fa-life., It such were j'
sate In In the Some breed only In fresh waterMhersonly his object. It would be better never to ,-
Dr., J. M., Thompson has returned and we may be saying number certainly cares never to '
F after ,a few days' Tint to ,his song State A large ben was put up a year In salt Some prefer cleave water Two New Auto-Motor Boats Bnllt.One meet up with again. ,have been born.. But every man hopes. 2

la Jacksonville. He accompanied: his ago-by our public spirited citizen others filthy. Some are migratory Making 17 1-2 Miles Per Hour. "On Saturday morning last at John when he starts"out la the morning,of .*

wife to Jacksonville She will lave Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Otis will leave others are not Some transmit disease Pass, R. D. Jackson M. UStoner and his adventure.'to return home at Bight j

In a few days for South Carolina for their summer home In New York while others do not. Of those ". L. Straub. all well-known and at laden with the trophies of
_ tor &,Ylat. Friday inornlnfe. They will probably that do. one kind transmit one disease The Times-Union correspondent at lotaat two of them reliable eltlxens victory But. i

The shipping'season Is orer.,onlya return In the fan as Mr. Otis has extensive and another another. :But although Fort Lauderdale under date of the for this U no 7aru--were fishing aril how few are able ,to look back '

few,.'crates of pines being shippednow pineapple Interests here.' there are many differences' there are 24ih Inert, says: for tarpon In a good-sized dory taken I on the days;sad algths that hare gone ;

and the canning factory is only James McKay who Is recuperating also many likenesses and all mosquitoes Two suto-motor boats have Just on a cruise for inch purpose The I over them with a feeling of saUstacfj
while at fiat Palm Beach after the busy agreeing In certain Important been completed and launched from '
run Tuesdays and Fridays' the tide was going out stronglyandthey : flout There are. Indeed, f w.on.. s.'majority s.
and tomato season, was particular are grouped together a* agenus. the boat yards ot Dewey a: Rawlins.One I '
It pineapple
only a few weeb hgo was run Jay anchored the boat to care work. hare not made
all of the for Mr. Travis Jr. of Cocoa did a success. J
While mosquitoes
sad night to get the fruit put up down over Sunday. Jackson occupied he oar seat Stoner I 1satisfaction.
Mrs. Owens,' of West Jupiter has Contractor Brown and wife spent same genus are alike In most respect an hour trial trip, making 17 1-2 miles the middle and Straub the item seat And yet the failure might hare KM <

rented:the Chapman House,' 'and'Mr. Monday West Palm Beach. there may be !some minor difference" per hour. Mr. Travis is wen pleased all facing the stern ant watching I Browning says:, : o j

Chapman and family hare moved to The mosquitoes bring the same mla with her speed. The otEef[ Is owned their line lying out with the tide. What I aspired to b.. ,3

West Palm Beach and rented a hotel or differences are grouped as a spe by J.W.BraJJock of this place and 1s I Straub with his feet sticking out or- And was not. comfort me. 1

'sf there. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR des. To Illustrate: equipped with less power,than that of' er the stern."Jackson To think high and noble thoughts, j

Mrv,Le FUs.,representing Benedict CONVENTION IN INDIANA. "All malaria carriers bare long pal Mr. Travis, and only made on, her' got a strike, and with a to resolve that you wail do your level ?

{ Ponak, ft CoJ, of Jacksonrnie. pi In,both he male and female, and trial trip 11 S-4 miles per hour. whizzing of the reel lad whistling of I best to keep al way* a resolute bearing

u In town yesterday oa business Columbus, Ind Jnly 27-The Bloom- their: larvae hare very short respltory Miss Margaret Bryan. daughter of the rushing line his tarpon leaped an J noble front la the teeth bt adverse :.
AD. Toner of Macon Oa, spent the Hon. J. M. Bryan. will leave on Tuesday circumstance these things '1
district convention of the siphons. They constitute genus high In the air about fifty feet to the are. te
a' few, here looking after ala tegton night for a risk of a week with themselves a hind of higher '
a days anopheles. But aH anopheles are not stern of the boat. He gave a run success
Christian Endeavor Society began Mrs. G. A. DeLand. Thenceto than
Dreaka.of much that goes by that
pllIftT.'F1NNI.H >
here and will continue to- exastly alike pne Und has three \1ew-a good fair-sized tarponjrob- 'ITHL
today Delegates over from black spots on the scale of the last Klsslmmee to visit friend and relative ably fire and a half feet or sU feet. ,Christ oa the eras seemed a taflure ibotfi
morrow. are present *. I
; TEMPERANCE rein also white bands across the pal and weighing probably one hundred to his enemies and his frteads.4 {
Brown. Jackson Orange Lawrence James 1Lpra. of New Smyrna Is i} But '
SOCIETY' MEETS Monroe sad Bartholomew counties. pi. This I* the species crucian and pound Stoner,Pal Straub startedto I t alaeteea 'centuries hare pro\ |
'
la spoken ot 'as the anopheles crucians. spending a week on the lower East reel In to avoid tangjes. when the.'aouaeed a different verdict Coper. Takus

.'"Another of the anopheles'has Coast a guest of Reed A. Bryan.W crash came. In a eeemingly Incredibly died, and the book which he/had >,.
Ironwood Mich. July 27.-:The Fin MOUNOSVILLE! .CHAUTAUQUA.MonndSTme. white hind'feet He Is known u the .0. Berryhin leaves today fora short space of time after the tar written had never seen the light yet '",
Blah Temperance Society, with a months visit with friends .
and relatives later It
K changed
embracing Michigan anopheles argyrttartis. pan splashed Into the water again a oar conception" the
membership '
la North Carolina. '
Wisconsin; severalother W. Va 27- The cloud of spray and a gleam ot silver universe. Sir William Wallace died aa
r laaaesoU. and July FEVER TRANSMITTERSIn
Bashed up about three feet away and a felon oa the scaffold la London. yet ,s
States began its annual eon fifth, annual session ot the Mound-
"Tendon here, today. Two day win vile Chantauqna assembly opened referring to the mosquito known Walter L. Taylor of Tallahassee come orer'the boat'* tern. 80 ter- his death was ao defeat for. aa Carj.
who war convicted of assaulting rifle was the speed lightning-like lyle has said,. hi* bravery had made ft '-
'lie spent considering the affair of the today'wtth a gratifying"attenlanee.An to-be the agency of transmitting yellow sad
ferer. Dr. Byrd says: Congressman William B. Lamar lathe the apparition that Straub could not forever impossible for Scotland to be
excellent ,
society and discussing plans for Increasing and ,Instructive pro
"The stegomrt Includes tatter's l office and sentenced to even throw up a defensive arm. Herecelred Joined to England on unequal terma..rd
Infla- of addresses lectures genus
Us membership and gramme papers, and -
eDCI8., win be carried out. something over twenty species, but fire yean Imprisonment In the btate the monster fish fun and fair Success Is not to be measured by ;r
only the fasciatns U accused of transmitting prison spent last sight In Jackson and went backward down Into the the amount of money that one mater; ;

yellow ferer. And this I* the rnie at one of the leading hotels. la boat a* If felled by an ax. his feet I One may make a good deal of"mosey :

tL BUT FEW ARE: QUALIFIED only representative of the genus so custody of a deputy sheriff Taylar and legs still upon the stern sat sad yet feel te the end that the CUM 3

far found In our State. He u the best arrived here last night from "Tallahss .. the tarpon lying' partially between was not worth the candle. He Buy ,

\ known and most wtw, distributed >re. He was enroute to the State them and partially upon his body. have gone through life wlthoa(frieaJ

f FOR FHE COMING CITY ELEGTION species of culiddoe. He has been prison camp at Ocala where he la thrashing furiously. or the power' to enjoy the material -!

described and redescrtbed and named to be delivered to the I lessees of the "It was all over la a moment the thing .. yaeewJ feeling fa thread 1

r;. \ ______,_ and renamed untH he has been christened State coarM A gentleman arriving tarpon flopping over the aide of the that despite his, riche ute to him j

Less Than Two Hundred Out of Over Five Hundred Voters In no fewer than, seventeen times. here od the trays front Tallahassee boat throwing Jackson's book aa he had been but dust and ashes. .;'

c For a long time he was thought to belong last night said that the scene went and disappearing almost she TNor la success to be estimated aeo3

'r-rJz Miami Are Qualified on Account of Non.Payment to the cullces. and even now' around and la the State capitol building came. Cftraab wa decidedly down essarily by the versatility of one's ta> "

there U some dissatisfaction about at the time the petition for Taylor's tad out and when raled'up by rat*. One man may have only a ata- /)
:
Poll
of ,The Taxes his elassl&caUon. This comes from pardon was: presented to the Stoner was found groggy but not seriously gle talent aad that M humble one. :

the fact that he Is'the only species State Pardoning Board was a sad Injured. One ankle and leg while another one may have twenty {J*

A peraaaI'of'' the tax collector's: are now absent from the city some of his genus that transmits yellow sad emphatic one Several hundred were battered and brinscd consider or thirty. Tet the maa with the oar: _

r boob reveal the tact that out ot five te the aord and others engaged Ia fever-a difference which some think ladles swarmed Into the capital JU ably and his left side and head so humble talent may .mploy that ,siriQ*

; Bandied and twenty-three voters registered vocation.,.!* other part of the State should be generic Instead of specific. lug and appealed for clemency la behalf Banged that he was entirely out of worthily that ao one who know atni "' .I
and qualified In the city of '. of Tailor's wife and children. all business for the rest of the day. may fall to render his tribal of loft ".*j
and who win DOt likely be here to
r Miami la' 1904. that but one hundred pay FOUND IN FLORIDA ot whom appeared before the Pardoning "Of course .as In all escapes, the and praise while the man of the aiaxerous >

and ateety-fonr ot, this number are their poD tax sad vote7' This. bow The stegomyta raselatns Is aa Inhabitant Board. The board reserved Its decision danger lay la what might hare Deed talent may so fall to utilize ',;

at present elegible to vote In the eom- ever will be ,offsett Dy the aumber of tropical and subtropical and had rot announced It op The tarpon came up so close that It them that every one will rote mini, -

lac primary and municipal election. of new citizens wno will register and countries. HIs limit are pretty accurately to the time the gentleman was com wa In a vertical position and struck a failure. '*

Out ot the latter number forty-three pa i; their'tu:. thus according to opinion marked by the Isotherm peuedyo leave oa the 2 o'clock train Its rlctlm broadside. It It had come An true success lies te a noble and 'e

'r are qualified by reason of _the age *. Increasing by a small per cent.age. onfiles end bevies eat them disease fir Jacksonville It war thought up farther off and struck him head useful lite. To be a mere drone a |-

limit-fifty-five J'ftJ'WCd'are.. exempt U any the total number of those attacks them fungi get on them and however, that the board took no favorable on-100 pounds of fish at the terrific grumbler a backbiter, is to be the 1

.from poD taxation.: who win be ratified to a vote over km them; they die for lack of food action for Talor.a charge speed behind that pointed head worst kind of failure.. But all aobUity 1

.* This condition is due to the fact that ot last year they sometimes eat one another, they of a deputy sheriff started for prison, would km a stronger than the Tlem of character Js success and to hare ;

that all cttlsens. eligible to vote by Tuesday R. M. Smith city registration get entangled In threads of spirogyra coming as far as Jacksonville Ian maL Or If It had come nom one accomplished any useful work la ..- ;:

ti age and other' qualifications must pay officer registered sixteen per or under floating leaves and Jrowa. night Saturdays Times-Union. side Straub would tare gone out of cess even though that work may have $

poD taxes for the years 1MJ and ltG' sons who are entitled to citizenship The water dries up before they are the boat instead of lato It and In hit been nothing more than the fining of ,v

to vote this year All of the 623 'registered either by becoming of age or by grown and minions of them perish In BARON KQMURAROOSEYELTS s dated condition very possibly could

last year bad paid! their'IMS time of residence. Today several 'this way. Finally when they are GUEST not hare stemmed the tide. Or If the WITTE AND PARTY \

and 103 tax. the Pal qualified to vote more were registeredad It Is believed ready to emerge from the' pupa the Oyster Bay, July 27. Baron Ko other boat-a light skiff-had basin LEAVE CHERBOURGCherbourg. -

a' this year being aU that hare paid the that fully,a hundred or, more new castoff akin setting as a boat for the morn aid Minster Takahlra.*Japanese use. It must certainly: hare been July 2v.. The North German jsl

tax for last rear. citizens will have been created between casting to tale place In. frequently plenipotentiary were the guests of capsized with ail hand Lloyd steamer Kaiser WUhtha.

r A IarfeIUUllbtor'ot those registered aaW' .I September'12th. when capsizes and the mosquito dies st President Roosevelt today at Sags The adventure la related at somekcgth with M. Wltte and party aboard, sail ,(ted ;

or composing part ot the ttt voters I the books close the very threshold of existence. And mote HalL here not to make cosplcuons j[ for New Tort this afternoon. fa




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