The Daily Miami metropolis

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The Daily Miami metropolis
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The Miami Print. Co.
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September 3, 1904
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Began in 1903.
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-v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
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Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
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Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Vol. 1 No.. 227 Uton ; MIAMI, FLORIDA/iSATURDAY.' SEPTEMBER 3 TT a.. .. '
1" \ 1904.. : ;
: : : (S.Mawrw: Price; 5 Cents -_; :

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the t la social I"'There ist the! greatest demand for
Osceola -Club rooms was

fOR :MANASSAS success sirst Regimental from every Band standpoint rendered music The- KURD PATKINI AtTACKS 'KU OKI "t Texts cotton' known pickers. In In, the twenty cotton years. regions and ,In of I :"HAS 6EENS" AND .. 1

; Appropriate for the occasion. many towns, draymen, delivery boys, 1 -

BATTLE FIELD "Dixie" was played several times, and cooks r4 !II/hotel helpers have been '

/ the band. In 'ed .,by IheNtigV. prices'paid for "PMI KIDSV "I. sj
y't \ the officers loudly applauded AND! IS"OUTEDiICONFUSION" ; .

Everyone'was well pleased at the man- $ : pickers to go to, the Ifields.. i.\ / <; :/:
.J' they, were treated and St. :- '.
ner .
hearts. IN A. LOG AND ON A LOG. t "
In their ;
tin has a warm *. .
Provisional Regiment F.. S. T. Leaves igrounds on Lunday.will ; tEt 'I : -
The camp Will Cross :8 ts'Ia ; Ball Game ./
St. 'Louis -
hundred September 3.-The latest I
be visited by sever.all Russian Generalat : I '
probably North
-.L St. Augustlne Assumes.Offensive.on '
Today. people from other towns. Low rates ;; : World's Fair curio Is an Immense hollow l- .Monday Afternoon.

,' over the'various roads have been made Bank of Taee1;: River and Suffers Reverse! which log from transformed the State of i"tG'alear.Washington, ,

the fare-from all points In Florida being i : was or. a '- ,,
half the full fare both' ways, house on wheels, and used as a means

Miami Rifles One of. the fortunate'Com- plus one"25 cents. Jacksonville. FernanJina Japs (Uoftend'-'RnssiansarMaking) t ; : Last of/travel: by John 'P. Morgan, from
wiltundonbtedlyhave i Aberdeen Wash., to Str!:Louis 'a distfcnee : An Interesting Contest Wll Dool&s:: B,,: '

paws Jo Go-:Personal (Notes and and Palatka people her they! of/ about '2,500 miles. A large I '
the largest crowds as Stand Outside Liao Yang.. r nformatian / I the ResuH-r-labor Day Otherwise _::

Mews Otherwise From the Ancient are' ;Jwithin a short distance of St.An- room-waS cutout pf the log)and this : I
oft '
/ ; Wffl Pass 'Here Without' ".
was divided I Into a [reception'room, an :

City Camp. nT gu8 Provost ne. guards were placed on dutyon % From- Seatof: War Rathfir Vague. .; office and an animal 'den; containing "Celebration.: 1!
: the' principal streets . a cougar and otherwild, animals. The "

tree,from which this log was" cut .!' f ,
last evens Perfect..order and peace was / ? ..
mainta&ed." and by 10:30 clock; 1 f 275 feet high an'd hearly''hUie.. feet'in ,',Y-
: I were The exact} position of the two armies the oth .
on r side of the river In check : -
The provisional F. 'S. and diameter J.'f /
regiment. T.,\ ,
whe sounded, all waa Well, ,
taps opposing each other at Llao IYang'on by the fo Malay is Labor Day and throughoutthe
from ee left there for 'that j
ected the First and Second weVe in C Very ; pur-. Another adventurous World's Fair
the soldiers safely IlP. the fifth day of the battle are/ somewhat posev' .' country it wlll be generally observed -
:Iments now In annual encampmettt [few disorderlies are reported and the visitor John McCaffery. ./of Keokuk (
by the dispatches and The by all laboring and.mechanical r
vague press aUons organizations.
tat Augustine ope on the south side of
St to attend the National houses have not those'large "' '' Iowa, came down the river from Keo '
parUcipateIn guard official reports from St. Petersburg and the fiver i re regarded as of secondary tloaU'on In:, Miami., however, the
encampment and the numbers of boarders\ comm'on on the kuk to St 'Louis a log :
Toklo.. fmportanc and ipdioatlonsarethaf, there will be little i
military ) General Kuropat- American ;
maneuvers on the famous occasions. with the flair waving .from : .
"' previous The reports, however mJlke.clear the klni.actlc: I or no celebration' of the day except .
i the bulk
Bull Run fief iIanassas : y thowing of hlsarmy
battle Va.. At 10:30 o'clock last night general the bow. They are going to theWorld'
choeen- follows 1 fact that General Kuropatkln did not aero is the river"Is to protect the that it 1'u1'be Indulged b11 the laboring
yesterday in/ill
was as Fair kinds of
: staff order No. 10 was issued; which In freaky '
I move his entire army to the north rear and embrace-! the opportunity to class' at, ,-Ith their fam-
From First Regiments-Company A anyway get .
t belb to there.MEMPHIS '
part reads as follows?: ways; '
bank ,of the Taltsee'rive"; and/ it Is try:conclusions single handed with Ku tiles.- .. ,
(Jacksonville Light Infantry, Capt. J.I 'The First and Second
Regimentswill evident that portions of;both armiesare A half will' observed
roId. .Tht s'Is" regarded as a brilliant REFUSES holiday bp) by
T. Wilson); Company F (Jacksonville form Id front'of general headquarters AID.Chi '
Rifles Capt. Wm. ,LeFlls); Company II tomorrow afternoon 'at' -3 o'clock engaged" today on, either side of the I,stroke ',. a Russian force left on"the i the merchants'and in the ,afternoon'sbaseball
river. south sldstrong team composed the clerksIn
Q (St Augustine ,Rifles, Capt.Eugene3faeters |I prepared to the 'review. ot''the a Jutant official advices of the river Is regarded as igo, September 3.-President '
Russian given out do the establishments 'will
e to hold the
ugi fortifiedpoeeiUong
); Company (ColumbiaCounty general f Gompers.-! : of the American Federation _
not' indicate a retreat' of the Russian ; 5 tackle the crack Miami Kid's team en
Light Infantry; Capt. M. f 'The Artillery. Corps Saturday after of Labor has refused to call a meeting t
yet I
H'j forces Toklo reports are [confidentIn the grounds adjacent to the Metropolis
'Cozy.. '- I noon will form on the streets .feast of the'extreme: and allude to the'defeat t 'JAPANESE INFORMATION. of the' National1 Executive Council to building *
Second Regiment.-Company A the recommend general sympathetic actionof
headquarters, for;"the ,pur- of the Russian as making"ther, last I' The team has been 'organized by Mr.. ,
(Ocala Rifles Capt. George A. Nash); I the unionists in support of the packing -
(CoUnued stand outside of Llao Yang"It Londo September 3.-A Dale Duller and those he'will gather ,
Company Leesburg Rifles; Capt. F. on eighth page) : dispatch house strike. ,
is alst shown, that General Kuro from To 10 to 'the Japanese legation as his aggregation were .pace among
B. W. Kramer); Company C (Shine -
patkin Is engaged with General Kurokl here says hat Field Marshal Oyafia the best exponents of the art. but who
.!guards.of Orlando, ClrpL.R.. H. 'Hud- HALCYON HALL north of the\river and It.rum. ed porte as" allows! : SUffERS are now numbered with the ."Has
son) Company F. (Tampa lJght .In- '
i that the\!.Japanese force has, executed '. "At 9 ['clock Saturday morning the v Been'.." Dilplte this fact however.
M. F. Cohen
fantry, Capt ); Company \
f another flank'movement'and Is cross- remnant 'f the routed Russian they expect to get some of the old time .,
G. (Oak 'City Guards, Bartow, CaptThos. army "
Ing the rR-er,hlgner, up and to the west la ritlll king some resistance outside $800.000 BUlL ginger In themselves and show the.
W. Gary); Company H (Galnes- '
E of the,Russian position.KUROPATKtN ot lJao nag- Our central and left ar- ( heretofore Invincible "Kids" that they. .
riile Gu .Capt C. R. Layton); 'r '\ ( ti< -
,- J' I mlea, are I attacking. t have lots to learn, about: baseball and .
ComPanY (Key West Guards Capt. '
t.r.1, TAKES. OFFENSIVE the correct manner. in which It should.. .
Samuel 3.: Wolf); Company. L-Miami t i '
Rides Capt. J. F. Jaudon)'' this Season, as Was Expected.;Oa Account -September 'POSITION NOT DESPERATE. be' plved. : :
regiment Petersburg.. 3.-A bulletin '"- Wholesale District Visited Today by' a With allot, this staring them In the

The prorisional will be of the Work Which' WIll l Pot l Have Just Issued announces that'General Berlin| September" 3.-The'' foreign I! face the Kids are a decided favorite
commanded Colonel Sackett of the .
Kuropatkin has aasumed he offen- omee official advices from ',Toklo Dlsastrioos, Cooflaqratloi Seven, and according to one of ''them:'their
.rtlnt, Florida BaglBteaUwho.will ..far. .-.1SecI CoaI Ir *-:"" ..
"ft'fieAli-mr..iag':"blaAarttll.ryy..tobombarding tJi.E! 'K t" ..... : is without .
: with Um his staff Captain'WalterP f"11"bT' flrcmal lapsed:C..jl -f>,iV. money takers. .: __ ,, :
ry '., f the Japanese'preparatori, meana' ap rat ". The portions : :1' The teams will Une"up"as follows '
Corbet, brigade quartermaster will main,
to making attack on General Kurokl -. of the a ties are still heavily,engaged Has Beens.: Position. Miami Kid '.
be the quartermaster of the provisional '
by flanking him on the nort'h .Ide of an a ,art of"\the Russian force .T. McAuliffe.\ .3d base.- H. Clopton '
i--'reglment MaJ. F. J. Howatt of St: The New Halcyon Hall Hotel will in '. '' r
the Taitsee river. ;
has been G. Murntt Pitcher. Wi Hilt.
drawn offeyccessfully
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Augustine MaJ. E. S. Hathews of all probability not be operated the M The Memphis.. September v 3.-Flre' In the Cateher.Mar.eck:
Miller \
; '-to Russian]army has Dot been i encircled. Dale
Starke and 'MaJ. F. X. Schuh'r'baye coming season as was the Intention at '" heart of the wholesale district .early '
I' f' Jiv' : W. Harris.. R.' field.'C' J.,Clopton. .!
been detailed to the provisional of.ItaconltrucU rKUROPAJKlN : \\ today: destroyed i property approximating -
accompany ; the time of the commencement \ Field,
IN' ETItEAT. Red Burnef : C. Dillon. '
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reglmeD ,!'and act In their varIou. in the'IPrine. St Petersburg. September 3.-A new- \ '" r ; eight hundred thousand-dollars. \V. A. Tracy 'SStopi'2d B..Peddy.. '

.ranks. 'This practically !the positive battle \ The cause of the fire Is unknown and .
was phase
[ of the at Llao Yang; has St P tersburg,. September 3. -A report -' lusurance.ts' C. Weiss. : bash 'R. Burdlne :if
The regiment left this morning for statement of;rMr. Salem Graham, proprietor ;.-- the estimated placed at '
just begun. The main o'peratjons have | Wilson
.! hat Just reached here, that General hundred G. Xlmanies,' 1st bas
Ma&assas and will arrive there tomorrow this morning, and In explana transferred' three thousand dollars.
been to the north bank I(urbpatk'in is in full,, retreat anil A. H. Keller, L. Fled;\ F Burdine.W. :]:
and go Into camp.; Monday the Uon of the cause he said that the con of the Taitsee river' where General rout\The,war office admits the rumor The heaviest. losers are Oliver" Flnnle, Substltuesi; .Has Been'sler. ; L. Kel- -=

maneuvers begin and will be as Dear struction'' of ,the house has'proven' a Kuropatkln has I & Co., grocers who .are/out, to the ex- '
assumed the offensiveand came f om the seat ofwar, but declares Harry.Budge. and Murray Russell: 1;
as possible a repetition of those of the greater mechanical problem than'was Is hurling his army ..galnst'.thaGeneral of trgio official.' The has caused tent of our.or,five hundred. ,,thousand Mlami'Kids-J..ilcDonald and E. _

opposing armies forty years ago':: figured upon;and that It will now be Kurokl/and rumor dollars. Other heavy losers, are. Early, .
atJhe--samejU Y Tncreas >d 'Interest, and'excltemenf )in' '
: ; Wlnne, Love & ( Behr Co. Kohn ,Pope, _
Co.- ,
The Florida regiment will be In theJfirst practically lrgttffy>\I"'to have the ho Is holding the Japanese ntef'and \ : '
left official will 'at : o'clock-
/ circles The be called 3!
Division. Second Brigade undercommand completed- by .the opening of 'the --.J-' """ '. .A elle,- and..1"T. Jargason &\; Co. game. ,, :.i

/- of Brigadier General Tasker4K. tourist season or untilthp'early par) -,; :::.---: i I' ,- 7 f, '-, -- ,--- '- -One| fireman was' seriously injured: and It Is"expected! mar, quite a crowd '. .a
; : I, \ witness the 'and 'root for '
will congest
H. Bliss, and will be brigaded with the of next'year, which means tljat-It-wH ITUSVILLE MENTION NEWS and'six others sere overcome by smoke "' 1
-"J] 'rATE cad h4at. All will The'flames their favorites,? ,, .- R
following other-troops; not be opened until ,the not, recover.' ;

Four_companies, Sixteenth Infantry; 1905. Of' Promlnent\MlamIans\ "< and "Others \Ve re ;ret a that tne beautiful. are mrw'believed to be under complete. ..ptRBOIt7 REMAINS: AT PALATKA ?

Fourteenth New York infantry; First This hee-lab_ o be'one of the beet 'Well\\ Known,Here home if Captain and Mrs..R7 H. Jones eontroLX1N6' ,'- The law,copartnership which._has ;|

/' South .Carolina Infantry, prorisional;' In" the South.- It will be five 'stories .A (Mrs.'' 3rown.'s 'parenW at New Hartford I, ;*-' exjsted In'full, city for; so many years j

First Tennessee Infantry. high, with.walls of native stone and of Mr, Wm. Brown, president'. of the ,' onn., which th edlCr'! thl-J \\ MILLS AT ..WORK- between Congressman Robert '\\-. Da- yjvis"

This'will leave but a fragment of the ancient design about"the roof. 'The Fort Dallas National Bank Miami,' paper ad th, pleasure of visiting several St... Louis September, 3.-In the open and Hon., S; /Hilburn has been .. ''f

two regiments In St Augustine, eight contract called-for' ,the_ walls .to, .be who has been spending several weeks summers ago, was recently burnedto spice extending along the west side dissolved'by mutual-'agreement. The r'

companies of the First Regiment,and erected-)' September' 16, but as the In' New York.' aDd Boston.,wIn returnto ground.VaWmany( valuable articles ,of -the twenty acre' ':.Agricultural Palace arf&ngenynt Is .llm'Ply"one.of business j

has difficult problem Titusville on'the' 10th Instant were lost East Coaat\ at the.World's Fair of windmills in affects the close "
four of the Second or one complete stone proven a more : Advocafe. \are scores. and no way personal

. regiment of the two, combined.. The to handle than was anticipated naaa f '' Cola.f i < : \ set up in operation, to show their friendship which has, so long .

',' election of 'the provisional regiment work had ,, not progressed beyond the .enr. K. W. Rhodes, one of Miami's j: W. Brady who .hasbeen; In mode of working. Farmers and stockmen existed between these 'gentlemen,

was made by regular: army: officers after second story,which is now being laid. prominent merchants. "stopped-over at Tallahassee ,for the last week' left Visiting the Fair will have' an i Mr. Davie states that he will re.tnrn .. i

- a careful 'and critical 'inspection Several changes have also been madeIn Titusville a day or so the first- of.the that place .Tuesday)''mornnpg-f()r New opportunity to select from many varieties actively .to the practice of his profes- *.

both In'equlppage. camp discipline and ,'the interior finishings and-designs week, on'his i' way,home' from New York York I on I'Important' legal 'business."We of wind-mills and by\having the I Iopportunity. lion and! has already taken possession; :1

care and emclencrtnuctlcald from those first,decided upon, allot, to look at his fine orange grove Jn the learn (that Mr. Brady expects to mak to see them all "n operation of a suite of rooms In the same build- ,

manear c* _The Miami Rifles -was one which tends to delay the work thoughit Turnbull hammock ; ?. flying, trip, returning to Bartow \jwlth at the same time can, comPare one ing. where ,the offices! of" the: ,fOrnJ..d i

of the first tompanles Enosen. Is being pursued as pos I t.A week.. It is hlntedUhat this trip 'with another .and select, what\ ultl fir mot Davis t\;' Hllburn.are located ;4

The camp at SC Augustine will be sible. Mr. Geo. A. Worley of -Miami, a Is relation toB [ the largest land them best \ Mr. HUburri will retain the,old'om.Cf'II .

broken next Wednesday and the;companies Mr.. Graham will continue to operate well known follower of Blackstone, and cattle deals ever made..In,DeSotiBounty. Among these many'windmills are and his I high legal attainments .3

: return to their,respective: homes. the, Biscayne Hotel one of the best was among the "pleasant- visitors' to ; .-Bartow cou er- nformant.\ machines; of all sizes colors and conditions give guaranty: of his complete' ,succea'a.. .I

, The absence"of' the provisional| regI- little hoetleries In the, State, this season town yesterday. ---,-- machines of all prices and .\ Judge anil lrII.'Davis returned from I "

-' ment, will detract considerably from and by the time another year rolls I I ---.- Mr| Beverly is .in receipt of a communication from all parts of,America. the largest their outing at Seabreeze. on Monday,' J" ,k,

t the Interest and numeration of the around he will have ample time to Mr. M. D. Price, one of Miami's attorneys to at once proceed to Secure -; collection, of wind-mills. ever operatingIn since'which! .time the Judge ha,' been' ':

" cam p. .but. there are.still enough troops finish his new house and get It In Thorough .' hasbeen In'Titusville 'a coupleof [men and teams tobe\ used in --so snail. a space at-any! previous' busy arranging Ills new offices! for.busi ,rVV'bea ,
left to enliven lip the old city condition for an early opening.. days'this week, a law building the Apalachicola Northern talc or, exposition.I Hess \ r." .

F' ,- I case before Judge Jones Railway-work to. commence by September l : seen bi-the News "on Wednesday --' ,

.ft-." -CAMP NOTES.; '-'NORMAL SCHOOL. ':A SUCCESS.. --:" 15th at the Apalachicola end of I I MONEY,.IN ORANGES.. "-Judge- avi. Ald-J Ye.;I'tn.go- ; :\ .

:;- The JacksonvilleMetropolis.of yesterday r'. :" Mr E. L. Brady,and daughter Miss the' road. TImes'leanig\ from the 1 ._ Ing o rebuild<< my' old time-:law ,practice .'i

contains the following InterestIng The Palatka News" in speaking of the Daisy 'Brady, who have been. In North verybmt: 'authority that the moneyto Some Miami MenXWho\ IJave Fine Indian I've got J(to do." '*,' '. t;,

military gossip: school In ,which Prof. W W; Hall, of Carolina for several weeks, are'exi>e<-ted -, build this- road has been secured River GrovM.! '.-' Robert 'y. Da. retlreiTafter! : eight'fear -

The encampment) of the Florida State ,!thla''clty: has been one'of the Instructors -, home about the 15th inst., j and ;that the work, will be pushed M I[ The'\Titusi111e Advocate in an article .' | jervlce: in.congrew'a; ; poor maa.He '. :i

Troops. has enlivened the "ADclentz says, last U money and men ran do It,.',I on the subject of oranges says:/ has served'the oplel[abfy., diligently = ,'.
1;': City" as It has not been during the me summer Normal Training '.,.Mrs: Jas.jPritchard'Mr.; F._f v Budge Since.ret"elptof the news Mr. Beverly' f There Is no part of Florida j'hlc\ and.honorablyVan'J'thethousandsnponthousands -."'' t .4

; "good old ,summer-: time" for ,many School for teachers which has ,been.: In and Miss, Jennie Budge, after a pleasant has been busy getting things In share offers more advantages; tolthe\settlef of his'friends |In r

':. years past Tne: boys have nettledg' continuous session for tlie past eight mp oNe, York, .St Louis and for an" early start and he expects" to who wants,to make money by his own all part? of Florida, wh\*now tills 1 ;

down to,business, and the second day weeks 'at the" High School in this city, other places returned to Titusville or I stark the work by the 15th of September efforts than the immediatesection and appreciate his high character:. and '.

;,.' proved one of hard work., under the princlpalshlp of Prof. I.' L Friday' night' .train,' and on Sunday ,r jas stated
;!>, Yesterday Col. J. S. Maxwell mustered Hines, .closes its term .today. ExamnaUons.for'county afternoon Mr.:: and..MI s F. T., Budge, machinery' will have to be secured have some of the finest orange and doubt jut that he will again,,and soon. ;

for and State certificates i Stella and the baby returned to their Alabama achieve that ranking place in
In the troop pay. : ,from perhaps.- but it vegetable land In the State. To lllus- lheegalprofeseloawhich ;

_, Col. NorveU. ofthe CnltedStaiN. I occupied +the time of,the sessionon home In ,Miami, leaving Fanny and. Is thought that It will not take very irate: In orange culture; Mr.C'J. was his a ;t!,. ,

,army. says that -the Florida troops area Wednesday.!, Thursday and today, Dorothy'with! their-grandparents., long to do'this..;,Anyway no effect isIs Coggln: netted $350,00 on'tea* I time ,he reljnqulstied! the law for poll ;

fine body of 'men! both 'as to'their', with the State Superintendent of Pub- to be spared in securing them,speed acres; ;' Judge' D. L. Gaulden per sere, _1"It, tics and to which his.emlnent abilities ...'
"" -on '
p Ica1Cn4ttlon.( and. also.number lic Instruction Sheats In charge.\ The Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of tile ily. I I1 The Apalachicola Northern Is a netted ( fit him. '
1I\iat.\ acres the same; E:: L Brady S.Mr.
of the two school has been a grand both Fort Dallas'Natlonal_ .Bank. Miami DavIs will spend 'fir
and equipmentThe camps ; success was reality and before' many, months 'roll : I the 'three-- '
petted $5,000.00 on a yonngi:; twenty- ,
regiments' are In perfect ,sanitary conl in '\point of attendance, and :the work a" recent pleasant caller atAhe offices"of by" the Iron horse will make his appearance acre grove Wm. M. Brown tted monthe'of the ehortaesstoo' of congress I,
, l ditloo and the'-cotton the .hospital accomplished.. .-_ the Walton SeUt4cldnBlock C-.. : in' A ; chlcolL Hurrah! 600,00. on a fifteen 2.T .'In-Washington' from which' he retires ..
". { teat are all vacant '. ) r !Boston.: Mrs' Brown was with, her Hurrah: 'Wh t'a the matter with Beverly double that,this grow The,' and will March 4th." next", But he Is even now

The smoker tendered the; commls- ,'!rt-otr Town Is the refuge of the indolent husband'in Boston,J>ut;;Muter::;Mark I ; ,? He's: ,all' right-Apalachicola about $4,000.00 year.Iran: Carllle'snetted a member of the active bar of Florida-,. "'. .,

atoned omceIL then :Various camps In I _. and Miss Louise are camping Maine. Times.. I. acre grove....... Y twenty and IS'ready to do business at hla' :Pa-
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QEHZEAL DIRECTORY ,> Cheathanv-J. H. '. Patterson' 8. Swamp Inter' St. Prtersbmrs

Conrad !.' A Parrlnh. Allan Florida, Petersburg was once a swamp," I '

SUPREME. COUBT' JUDGR. Croeland. O. Rhode,',a: w./ olll >shall a recent writer;."and so'rotten n I WINDOWandDOORFRAMES.4

...Taylor Chief Justice.r. r. Clark p. C Rose. C. 'J. t the said. ground that It would be quite pos .

M.. B.H.Carver Uabrr.,M.od.tmJuence.Aoclate Juatl Communicaaoosioanjolthe Mat officials for St. Isaac's) to sink out of / '
the -
Rush. Dr. -
Douglas E. B.
f STuprome Court Judges should be addressed t; : and'never heard of. To ,
.F lay Edw. Florida, 'J"'t
e Dorn, J. K. ;, ;Rumph "
I agnintt contingencies a
,.'{.'b. SESATOR8. Erwin ,W. W.\ ; JBauIerson. & H.Rnmpn maintain' of- piles! was driven Into the W. are making hundreds. of, Frames every' month for the ,leading cote'

''on.Jaocs jVrmlllaferro.JacksonTUk.jon. + ; Enloe Dr. G.Frissell Geo. des at any: [ at the cost of ,,,ooouno as the tractors, and w. should make them for :you. W. do It. cheaper and /bettsr. ,

Stephen! R.Mallonr.Pensaeola G. C. ;Saftprd, Ida : may of St. Isaac's, and yet the Our latest Improvement the ns. of Bronzed Finish Ball Bearing Steel v'

u. S..CuNGREBSMEY', Flanagan R. S., Sewell, E.= G. ". ness., V sink"I Like cause render the Sash Pulleys and :yon should Insist oa getting these la':your frames W&tt' .. <

-' rust District (embracing the Eut;Caut- Frederick..' J. S.Su': lbYl' G. of' St.. Petersburg the worst in yon\have'any building to'do WrIte to the i.I .

., Bon. Hot*. W. Darts Palalka. Franz. J. 8.Gerlack. fiulzner, 'C. F. Winter frosts, which pene- -
Second District-lion. 8. K.: Bparkmsn The several feet below the surface,
'I ,
A. P.
Smith: i Julius & SUPPLY CO. }
amps : to be: : I
.. r on the Imprisoned waters and tear : -
,RAILBOAD COMMISSIONERS.ieB Blrtman James Stoneman, F. B: shall 'be the' streets. The surface thus bro L ___ __ au Gallie, Florida y:
Gomph; G.o. R. Sulzer, A,I ECautlerTtN. -- .
dl't1tructlve'to wheel I "
U that "
so '
,f one or'm "
B.: Browne Key West, Chairman. :
Shanahan, Mr :
\ known Englishman who. ;
R.H. Burr. Little Wver.I. State of : 1
--.2' L."Morgan.Juper."C.DuDn.Jbd ,. Clerk., Graham 8.1'i j Sewell John shall have he kept four carriages, had not' ... ,
Baadquarters and offices of theCBoard a Garthslde C., H.: Seymour'it'H.Sawtelle. in a condition to use. The jolting I '!

Tallahassee, J Gramling, J; C.,' J. P. lease, hire! I t'heJu.tJs la HO greata3; to make It (

C,8. COMMISSIONER Gallatt, F.Gautler Shaw, H. B. Ing. store, ;, for: a tra\eltr to boil on fust;and Bargains: In Grapefruit Groves i

'I' R. R. tackle and : :' n.-f dy and gentleman rltlc side |
Lea .
Jobs B.Reflly, Ml ml. \ ..
needed it H uimil for the gentleman to .
L. In I .
Griffins A. M,-, TurnageV J. .
sENATOa 13TH Disrafcr.a '" the lady by throw Ing his arm '
GIrtman, W.-H. Tatum; B.. B. have the > Eight Grapefruit Grove*, three to five years old in fine condition for sale
S EmbraclnxBievardaudDsd Counties.) his companion's wulbt This
:< rent'arid delLI
Hayes J.- H. Tatum, J.. H at Arch Creek station., Theo located lined
attention Is "su much of a utilltai grovea on-avenues with palms. 1f'
don. E.X. Dlm e-. Palm Beach. L. E,' used for \ : r Ali twenty acre now being set out. These '
Hill, i necessity as In no way to Imply ot groves are budded to the choicest
;DADE, COUNTY j EEPRE8ESTATIVB. Hunter, J. G. *" Watson, C.- H. \ era Ise.' j : oblign ti IIM.*. e; 1 variety of fruit. Titles perfect. Will. Ukcrpleasure in howinrthis propertjsy-i,

Graham W.-King FuUord: Hill William' Whorton, F. H. \: This to, prospective purchasers. J Jt .
1 i
DADE, COUNTY OFFICEE8.Coouty Hetherlngtonjli F.Wblte, E. L.Heyser er to A .rith.f Flah.notnraTst } i II a well-known fact that grapefruit tree*,are more prolific and reliabler

Jadge-AHen E.Hoyser. MiamL A. E. 'Wall, T. A.Whaler. '. : for the who //s .familiar with( i bearrrl than any other variety. of the citrus gamily, and. realize at least double

kirk County of Attorney Circuit Court-J T.and Sanders Recorder Miami.of Deed s Hall W.: W. 'H. T.' al /'eqlr writes harbor: "In"it U the, not clear uncommon water of ,' the price of oranges., A four-year-old grapefruit grove, if properly cared fort

-E. C. Dearborn, Cocoannt,Miami.Grove.8berll'.obo Hahn, F. W. Worley Q. 'A horses {' fallen tlu4 faded leaves of the should py all needed. expenses, while, ot elgRt years of age, it should,.be pay '* ,
Hughes, W. D. Wilson,!. I. ; : : tree floating ft short distance be I ing T per cent or more-on a valuation, t>f 3,000 per acre. From one grapefruit "

'Collector of Tasel-Tho", J.'Hardee. Cocoa.l\ Homer, J. W. Woodworth ,J. F. and" the surface or sinking slowly to tree General Uazen sold $120'worth of the frail.JOI3N '

VAsMsor of Taxn-KL M.Smith, l Jones, M. E.: Wilson R. S. }
H.ltaulenon, Miami. ,all of Its bottom. \ certain small fish com- rTELISH.
1'reuurel'-C. -
,l County Buperiotendent of Public Instmc-" Kolb A.J. ,';; Umanles, C. L. personal, known as the' sea bat. mimics' : : H. ?
o.-L.T M rrlltBaenaJ4'ta.- I aboth in Corny; and color, I .
W, .
of CommT1fH rs-Geo. '
} tainhart.ChairmanWest Board County Palm Beech; "..0.AlCber. PUTS AN END TO IT JAM. and .to to escape'detection. Both in PiO..DOX26..mi&mi'J'1;; ,. :

Jupiter; R. E. McDonald Fulford: In the and color they look when In the '." \ ,*' A \
lobo SewelL Miami; 8."A. Belcher, Cocoanut \ ",
Dearborn Clerk audV Auditor ol \ as a like waterlogged leaves, but j- _
E.o. --
iroTe; :grievous wall oftlmes comes as a ___, ---r--i
Board.Miami. catch and removed from their native elev, \ \
result of unbearable pain from over ) "
4 CIRCUIT COURT fish : this resemblance Is Immediately I I '
..CIRCUIT.Kmbraclnx taxed organs, Dizziness, 'Backache, craw-fish They Boat In the water halt 1Ji' \

( Dade and other counties.) Liver complaint and Constipation. But ( ; and all swim In the same di ; A." 'Rabbins! C
Minor 8.JonM.Tltusrtlle.ProseenUng of Florida L a aHarness'
Circuit Judge-
Attorney! J. D. Begs Orlando thanks to Dr. King's New,Life Pills turning simultaneously On ,
Clerk of Court-E. C. Dearborn Miami.Fin, they put an'end,to ,It' all. They are olatlon:,, '' occasion Mr. Wllley attempted to
Court convene on and
Fall TenD,after 01 Fourth Circuit Monday Norember.Spnni gentle but thOrough. Try" them. Only Florida. one of these sea bats In' a'' Carriage.Depository. .
First Monday afterKourthsiooday power to ; 'pool and directly be .
1 Term on made a
25c. Guaranteed by all druggists.FrjR .
IB April.DADK The said with the hand net saw nothing '

COUNTY !COXTRT. t., "T, _-- ,THE BARTOW-- -- COLONY.- all the what 111 luok to be a ]ak' leir 1; Quality' is ] long after is .1
6diT {
ClInt)'lDi 7KY _foF-profltr [ and Inertly sinkto the bottom. f erriberedi price

WUIer Tena-"m MondaJ'ill in January 1 astonishment,'as he withdrew I. s
prIqTena-l'1rst 118IIdDJ' 10 ApriLuunerTlftDPlmMODdaIIllJIIl Miss Janie HankinswJuMiSsbeenvisiting : of Florida net, the supposed leaf righted Itself. forgotten. :
)'.: ,
,,&1Term-PtratMondayinOctober. here and, !n;Tiger, Bay' for; a bilities dart away: ," 'y '- l "

V.g. cEOAtIIE5VILLL"a week or two, returned 'to her home' in said Quality Makes\ the //Bargain 1ftlifiS
... ,
B. ..Chubb, lees Daytona' on Monday, x of the ,;DcBDanish try. i ,
;t ".6.Bobl_Register.CHPECH peasantry have a not- I l .G;;
Mr. R. E.'' Hall, of Miami, who is on Tw.lfh '
a DIKKCTOBt. loof, ,order find\ 'symmetry in Street., ?_-. -' ----= 2"1a.. '. \
..aPTlftCJorDer .l.vnMO and 7th itrrrtHcrmoDiR his .way home from a visit to Knoxville The arrangement, placing their j :: '
; hWlWIa every 8undal morning a&11 o'eloek: 'Tenn in Bartow on shall be poiwlble' t
stopped over : wherever pairs.
eraopdtae;e bs at at 1.Ie p..0..doek; l'reyermeeUDlte.} Baptl YCIWII.", Monday ,;*;'J j I, divided in exactly corresponding positions, '" .. -1 t tI
We4needaYDlcb' at iaa! All sretwrdlallylnW.L 't( I ;; .' : :
bad accumulated
hed. fv.arrw.Putor., Mr. F.; O. Ralley,.Jr, of,Miami,'arrived ue of one old ]>easant who .. .

Err/OOPATT. BODTI. Corner'',A; last Friday night for a visit of shall have money and had been prevailed' '
M C and nth strwt-Prayer meeting Wedne capital to iny his daughter a piano se L-CQOLEV: &llr' :
day at tlO p.m.; Sunday Shoo! 'at 10*. 'n a week or two with his parfnts'Rev.! : ,considered buying another to HORNER
Preechin a t U em.: Epworth I earne u I:so p'If The [[
chingat7esRm..0 sad Mrs.: F.,O.t.;Ralley! <: pgmm>t the opposite wall. Their "
pre : FeuWPaakr ;
for in": : teud ; consist of great boxes, gen andtRental
,Miss Rowena Longmlre went to St- The ; Real Estate
r K.CffI ca. 'bo-net Avenue, O ant llth Louis Jacksonville-several services;, pa uteri red or green and heaped Agents

r School a--PreacbIUIl salt a.m.l at Preaching 11 o'"loek .at. m.7-09: Sunday p. m. ago, and from is,enjoying: the sights'of days theWorld's estimated c fealher themselves beds between winter whIch', and'sum-they 12th Street.:1': : .; Opposite ,First National Bank. e,

l t IS pj: 10.; Junior Kpwortt directors \ .-
Ipwortk *** e \ '
IMUPM.Sp.. m:Prayer meeting' Wedu!'ads Fair:.for. a short Ume.Col .; olu Ions ., ICJ'unable ,to 'aToril\8o many : .1 i ,

.r '-,<-ning t"H, clock" ; AU L...areeo"e... Sivm. Paautt.A .. : .'1.'Wl1son1I'ho has been con ntes\' I the underbcd 1 of; straw; '. ". T ,..
revives so little att >ntioq that' i11.IL: I .:
his Donut- dars'byi1l1e8S
T wrTvC.C ciiP. K-Arfnoe B and JOth fined to :
etreet-Morslog U o'clock; Suuday condition' .build their nests In t and"'race
Reboot W s. m. E Payer Prater 7 JO; Wednea. Is recovering{ and his "- '' ana forth squealing i hrilly wlth-,

day evening;in m 1JOHoly ntJ1. First&and ueM.Snnda thira dan every.,era..!'! la considerably:': tmpmved.-,1\ ual This'texts : | \ disturbing the stolid l sent slum, !!''Ilj;;;! l il 1I11liJI"111iI111! Iill1'tlll1ll11ItltllilllllIlIIlI; ;! 1 ;.:

.. LltU.Blrer nd r rand miid Fourth *tX Coca* .Air?. Ruble Swift nd little daughter: ..-;,The bedding Is not washed of- !
Hro .s.t s JO B. FOLUII.! Roctor.CHunmAJi : corporate \ '
ant ,
Irma! ofAlbany, ;Gaa rived Monday 'i'T'h. than once or twice a,yeur.-Lon ::: ,:; == '"
= manner '
12th street and Arenas pr -
aD4eve",8ullcla.enniulst7:1I.Preacbine.very! Sunday morning! ,atll. t,clock." morning: and will spend,:a few days :Standard.: .: E_ ,:E : -.-D'ixreEL1\ : 'i -
with the family of Mr. J.. C. BlountMrs. ; : ,, :
Da.w.W. Pastor. bus
: : The i :
"' TO ; JadlcUmn. c:: t: ; ,
', P. Corry1*.trrnct at Cordova Soamr.Aye.,and Ray: Ftrretit Mrs.A. .,, ".' P." W.:Danie:"end JltU ; Mary shalt be, a true word:Is spoken--quite by, .S:: '\ 'HAS LEASED TIIE' == .

: D."-*w, >nr Sond, v.' returned Tuesday night from Cgprgia: .era! Thorn were two middle agei :

MIAMI ;BOARD, Or TRADB.Presiaept. where they had been visiting relativesfor by a board, In the.waiting room of a de- S :.Dragon> Hotel; Jacksonville. Fla. 3S j
{' store the other day, and' .
-' time. They at Jacksonvtt'e other
#ome ; ov"pr the railing, they, (",pled an t It is' the American Bates -
*' t50'per day and
William M. Brown"Pleat who went' :
Mr Daniel ; up hereafter
,by. the door b >low. ** ., '
Vlce-Prwldent. T. -V_ Moor, ; on S3 upward, Tbe hotel has been tbortugbly. renovated and put 3
Stond.Yle -President."' J.: E. LummiSecretary. \ Monday. I night,' for "that purpose., officers! ,s1.u *' Jlrp. Blank,". said pne. CT:: in first tl B .cpnultion, second to none In' the city. Xw ele23:

E. V. BlacKmaa. V "*, Mrs, L. Epperson and {daughter annual( m I iniiMt say that she'a: done' a .::Z.: valor and pears plumbing ba been installed Sew and large
\ E; rooms have been added. -
to be thing for once. No woman ought tangle. 3 -
Treuuret.B.. B. Tatum. leave : ,
will next Monday. -
Beard of Qo- rnor.- W...K, Brown Miss ,hah Gainesvtlle.Ga Florida,- on living with a man thH acts ; ;
\ Mis!! Ivfch goes to to hiT hn"ban '" T. V. MOON ;U. E.! Lummus A.\I.\ H y- In each /4tututt I tt ILILUILILIILLILULLILULLIILILIIIIILLILLILUIULULII 1 LULU
.... oar: J., B.. KBllljr. F, 'WvH&'nn; W. .w. again 'take:up. her course In. literary videdthat 1 '' sh doneV':nsked the other .
t'raf! ::. John SeweipSTANDING .' studios and voice! culture' at Brenau .** you Ue rd? 'queried the first -

COMMITTEES. two o he'8' got..a judicious :4---- __ -_ "
: College. If the last 'lJ m1 branch, > separa- : __ '
LAVTS-Annb W. R; Patterson S. L.; I eminentlyfamous. Mrs. and'drec "- t ashngton! f Jost., r ,:
R.,H'Tt'orl this college Is .1. a t '
flan ere James T..: Seymour, -; I business: | '
WflMKHWaI ****" '
will continue henIJugrneytoEastern T 'U"
*!. O. A- ,Epperson ? \ s ; bamboo frnb Trap. .
s poratton : :
# BRl/KlE8-Baar.B.| H.: ,packn ir market spending several ; /- cBEE Td
be I ,turluus ii p of the bamboo In some : .
W. Hahn. F. W.;,Rps C. 3;Frederick/ weeks In/New, York and Baltimore, ejected r f the PacIlI'is, as'a crab p. III i '

J.S.7 '/SANITART-Jackson 1 .' getting tie latest Ideas in head-wear, first; ann / 'toted bnmblj Is stunk, law'the /, _
HEM-TH AXD/ "' "
,JLM./Jr.t' Prout '"w/ w.:'' Enl"". ;' aut which she/will produce for her 'trade -Pr f IlLI! Etch pK-'-f has 0/ the bow fmLOU;' G \,. ,;
K. : 'ay upJ M a tri tat len-- t \
*;PI.?Flanagan.-RL;_King, H. the coming: season;, "' I \
E, T, C1 I t sh t off lJ'e.l Nuke'
RIVER3 ,AKD HARBRSGarihMde, a IIrrow"? p i. / ..
:::: ,
-r s 'II I aJfl'rtur LU Jower part
Ch J\I,t Rumph. Ed afd...Ct .Tatum. '
B. Ehanahan H.r.: 'RHEUMATISM.When" ?'t' : [ y' niter, I i't' Net tithe ago ili,
B4\ J rl 'I ,| _
RAILROADS 'AO>. :("RPIOHTSBradjr '' The hl ho is ;Id ,a9ien. crab pro- Kinder Lou tes// J

?i ., E. Il1., L.n,r., C. J3.{ 'tu uuua. ': pains"or'lrrlut n, sxlst On to which. Is t '11 b JlP to tl& adq r pU'LD' oCr I
|. B4' Enrin. WTO. )V.. MoDlonaM. J. A-> any r-rt of, tie' body the:appkajtlop! | j[ tut.d. Icatelyitset book fie. "
: !.'".T,;Cbmt-, '; Liniment, gives time ] bro d n i6wj1vhlcUlo8 the'lowtli" : :
Snow :
"" s** **m.ARmE'8-BylnN' .: 'GanG r. T.. ofBallard's thousand\ : I ) t'4 oiJU t iluiyons frab; I' Chase;&, Harney. Mfcfmf -- '
W.: i prompt relleLjE., .. W. Sullivan. Prop, .

i ", C:., AGRICULTCRE.- lackea iE.::; V.; Sull'var House El Reo, O T.. writhe, 'The II 'OrLln'I [ the Word "Fa Im.*', Kin'der ade'c

Morse., F. dj} Tatun.r J. ,H : Cris.nG' A. June 6, 1902: :fl take"pleasure In recommenaing subscribers lIam" i : > orl :lII of the word Car i" 'Is ai i' Sell 'Lou Crates all over u t;. f \

Jit; Dora. .J.K., I Ballard's Snow ,liniment a: lu tlu> ;ions' tuue the estates : .
PUBLIC BCILDI 'GB-WorterrJ\V-; the, I' loiii grunted .s .t *H" *r ',
rheuma the manors to
afflicted.with .
Budg H. a: Retry.. J-B.; Sewtt1.lOh.pWbaler.H.'Tf to t,!! who are each are / o \ #" ,
freemen were at first but for a ,
Naloore tism. is tie onfr:remedy i ,have .\
It "
{{ 3 H.: : : ; !| f of years .with a render of a rent. "
Co relief. l" -" .. _
.MA.SCFAClrBEsr lII'GI..n. : found that gives immediate \F -- He- -- :-' .::
T. v.: Conrajl J. ,A.: Rhodes.:,R. 23C. b1 'Red Croat shares.! j- :, .I lu those days was of corn anti;: ,-\t ,+ : ...
Etox,' $1.00.Sold tlensepso made'
W.; fceilly J. B.CDCCATIONAL.Burdtne.. --I" E. T | praluce.The "
W. : ,M.; Pharmacy.'i; ,,,, ',' hares.I called! ferUlt'S, wr Jnrmes: but > a

Hal W. W.; Gautler.; Bedraund. B.w' I' M."' !! '!I ensuing turned the produce 'Into! 6fid
U9lle.. A, L; Sazelby. J. O ;, Smith, I'' ,- KOT1CE.Votice .'. j and terms/ of years,, :-to terms of s Fair Rates'The
shares.,1; _
,. Kolb. A. 1.,1 j '. and Inheritance.. "
;run *: hereby given that: the un- v9I ., ;
I ,IMMlORATIOM-Blaesrman.' B. V. Is In'wtDfs! / ,

Yoree"F., 8. Tatu i. H-:. Dorn. J. 1UE.TTERTAINMESTRbo118 aersigued will. on September 1st,"1904, to,,hare s > .. of "(he ...tlt".... 11N Via < -' 'I
William S.JPliuinga I ,
Z W. apply to his excellency; Girl ,
H..ner. : J the 12th. -I am sure iwrpa would not \ "
: *, R', W.; Goyerenar of the. .State'|; of, to,jou, but I am'afrald mamma -. I .
BuAgc. H. Cf O.rthsia-.*,C., a; RooUly. the .' "., St.c have de
Florida;for letters patent on pro siysjyour( family
J.ADVlmTlSni B ; Sewell. John.- tum. B. B.: atrmr posed' charter'of the Miami Fish and \\ : ,,' tasU's. Rich Grocer's Son- L. & N r R. R. iJ

C :grailoUKMi e did\ she get .
hereto anis -
i.n.r F. B.: BylngK. Blac:1tmaJI.. Fruit Canning -Company- Stele of, a
>E. V.; Hethertngton.)M. F. : I ptcxG L 13f H- TAXUM;, County oftl IJ ; : !!ldc.i' 'l1ae'lItttt'or Fair Cal-I that; !'think father}jBhe v. i _; m
y. your
The fun Ut bt members, numbering I E. T. CLYATT, ( ', \
pprtlO to recon'niend as__good.Tae. ." 1 s
.Inefy In an art M (follow: i' .. Excursion
-SMTATpt. On'
notary Tickets now1
:. e daily .
M Jr"imnrL I .
'Jackson J.
:;. LLB0 W. B I TM HARi- ; 3t larp' J Dear Girl. ,
,W. UKolb, A. J. the jnderslgnedl' jTiR raTumT mlyy;. ulnowdear, we've been from Jacksonville tost, : -
jWe, I ;., 1f.Tat; '
:Abernetby. J. C King. H. M E;{. "/, and S: M. ratdfi] all clttzWs known' 'by ] ;(' S.I.immua3., E.: we were getting married. THJey- ,
: ,
Ashby Dade r
i and residents of Miami. "rlbed In ,', 1
"'-Atklmcn, H. F. LaSalle. A. L.Leffler ;. ,I daft \ n w. dear. ,If you really- \ \ ,

Bon..W.1L C. D. :,nty, Florida do hereby, : associate -olng him you'll lot him be happy for,a s. ..6.65. ;,. ..".:,, Return Limit December i5th ,::
ourselves together for the purpose of M'aml':' .1. 'lj ...,
McDonald. A: longer, yet. : .. .'. Return
Bush, F. C.Burdlne. forming acorporation, for..''proflt and ':any. and i 33-9 ; # "- .. Limit 6o days

W, M.Bilncton Maynard W. u becoming Incorporated under the laws, tome : f, ;* Telllal. :.l7, OO' .. : # . .; : Return LImIt! : ,{
Z. T.: > b
Kl T. Merritt. -lleiipcck hue acquired ir, de-
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of the State of Florida.The' the ) : .Loin
''Bra41..E. L. Muller: G- stoop high up near his :.Idck. 1. &t'N to A,
The is
the line
Bailey, B. M. )teJen."H.; ., following artcleg of lneorporatlon .. In Oh, I guess that's,the stoop .. best.' St: ,
4 Hone, Freda have been adopted by: the undersigned ; to set my wife sits on.-Judge.
H; C.
Budje; 'r
and constitute thel'] proposedcharter seal at | / i -
: T. V. = c,
Brosaier, 'Q. D. Moore McDonald. W.-H. :of the Intended incorporation. day of A.Overslgbt. For rates, schedules ,and", sleeping ''car reservations
>Zurd ne, J-M. "A
mother Baby brother
I I":' t
ARTICLE (Seal) : -
McKlnnon. Q.'A. apply'to- __ ?
.. Backua. F.:W. -shall! Notary' down the wed|:"* ". ; r.,
Nelson:Edwin The name athXIncorporatlon ..
Blackman E. V. oblAnd the, well hasn't been
Challle W B. Peek R.'JT.' be ''MiamiWtV' andxFrilt Cannlni. Large i '_ !".._:Town Topics, i J. M. FLEMING, '- C.I 'STONE:!

COAC1 I. ,Pratt. W.: ,W.. Company,/U, prlndrarpJ lace n of iluelS' My, =- -, --- =h "tttF h' I ni. Pass. Aft, 206 \V. Bay. 9t." JackiouWe- 'G. P.! Ait; ,LonimUe.
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..:. .NOTICE, OF ELEC1'Io1i.;\ .' of the State, at the general election' n QUESTIONS' RED an acre which la the cost of shMdl.O' ;

r //I 1(Whertae.-' the Legislature- ,of-1903..nn- .1904 for raUn>.aUon or rejection: ANS'0 further north. There are tea to twelve .r'I

''lef. the.'ConBUtuUon, of legs, '\\9t 'the That Section '10 of Article 9 of the' thousand plants to the acre and UM :

,'heProfessiogs Constitution of the State of.Florida is fruit brings in .the neighborhood ."
t SUte tit Florida did paSsaenn' joint j
\ from 50 cents a dozen for .
8pa _
; here!' ]ly amended so as to read as-; follows .
: resolutions proposinc amendments to Ish to 25 cents: apiece for Porto >KleM
J. Info motion of Interest to thekPrdspe'i tLve Settler '
I ;
fQatter.oa Constitution Ute of Floe The percentage of plants fruiting
the of the ?; Se it on 10. The credit Iii the 'State I' drpanda

ids, and_ the same were agreed to by a 'shall'pledged! \-r loaned to] any -i\ Concerning Miami and the So thern.. | .upon In their the care and some judgment grower exercise ..l-;
; rote ot.three-fourths of all the mem. company, corporation or"as- ..
di 'Esc sa'.K}I individual Portion Dade County. : having, succeeded la securing ,genii .
I IA bra elected to each house: that the sociation; nor shall the'State become '
J I from 90 per cent of the plants la their ; \t' .
ATTORNEYS 'AT 'L t. rote on\said Joint.resolutions were entered ,i jo nt owner or stockholder f In', any pineries. '-' -.

:upon their reepeciive-journals.M company association or corporation. ., .
W"U1 all eo irta. State'nd re4 ra1lpectal Lands may be'purchased from 85
practice elllUMfor XMalnliiua4 perfecting ith'yeas and nays thereon. and they The legislature shall not authorize, any So many'Inquiries are directed to able as In any sect on of the country' ,I $10 an acre.up, depending on-proxim ot'

Lh4 now. r Nl' lid determine'nd direct that the said |coui ty city, borough, township or,-Inj the Metropolis by prospective settlersor and fatmore\ so th in In moat ity to roads '

p O.Box l.J;... Miami. FlQT. \ joint.resolutions' be submitted to the j corp orated district to become aI I stockholder ho; eseekers concernini.conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE. landi' and: shipping point Gooi 'r
? rock road
on -within,i mile of
of the State at the general In any company association! or' exist!: in this'pan of the country, Miami.possesses ill modern conveniences "
[lectors ;,
StAGGS. J(. D, F 1 i Miami may be had for $50 an acre aal
!'Selection In November 190t corporation or to obtain or appropriate and burden .of- rresp ndence entailed of clvilfratlc i, as electric lights,
f ; somewhat less than tHat
t' sum for land ;
Offlee with Red Crag rearm ,. Nowtherefore, I, H. Clay Crawford, money for or to loafl, its credit to any hereby has become so heavy, water works, 'sewci age, telephone ''sys not immediately-on ;

Bnld'enee lath SUM I Secretary of State of the State of Florida corporation, association, Institution that have attempted In the follow- 1 tem free mail dell ery.!three newspapers quality of land farther road.. The same from ,. .

earner' Are C So hereby give notice that a ndlridual except that the legislature ing a idle .to summarize such infor- two nation banks, one State transportation facilities| away

-_MIAMI 'FLORIDA I ] \GENERAL ELECTION rnaj authorize municipal corporation; ?] matio: as*Js most important, and to bank., etc.. It' boa miles. of beautiful be purchased for'ksa.. The can land of coarse Is unpromising

will be held In .each coui'ty in Florida to r relieve from municipal taxation for ]I snow< the questions most frequently streets of'.native' white stone. It 'is In .

DL J..M._JACKSON,J ,: on Tuesday next succeeding'the' first such period of years as to the munici- asked!' IV Is hoped by this means that practically the ten inus of the Florida. customed to the apimarance deep; rich to those soils ao of ,

nJ.K.. : Monday November, A. D. 1904", She pal authoritres; may seem 'proper any! a' samjple copy of the paper of.Rh1cn East Coast Rallwa '; tot though an ei' : other States; being rocky and ;;

.-.L HOTEL BISCAY SE BLOCK*Ays!. D. said Tnesday being the .4 i mat ufactuf ing enterprise thai may lo- hundreds! are sent out will/In most tension of the roa I hue rece.nur been yet results can be- btalDed from,sandy IIfor '

EIGHT OF NOVEMBERl said]municipality but cases serve the purpose intended better built- penetrating the [farming lands '
FLORIDA] sat< within the ,- : In excess Iof I She returns readzs4trom'the
MIAMI, of theraid thjjm a personal letter: Specific inform forty-five miles s< 'th,;this Is 'merel, .
rejection shall
for the.ratification or no rach exemption,, ,belfor'.longer I more fertile! sections of the '
RUSH amendments I : on may be obtained by writing a.feeder to the co meta of this city. ,
W. B. resolutions country
QR- joint proposing period. than fifteen years Ft"llllzer must be used bul
to the t ConBtltutiod 'of the Stat to an of the real estate or other firmswhos !i Here are located he steamship docksof the returns '
ARTICLE\UV.j' more
than Justify
: the
Office 225-12th: street 'Pb' ne W.Resideuce.'SOS S advertisements appear In this ,. the p, II O. Steamship. Company, expenditure
Florida involved
of vU:
lit' St.,: ] .. \ ( That the following amebdment to to become'f.. whose lines rated West '
: RTICl : : I'the pape: and the best way i: are oj to Key
JaP. People of
,'en !t'gy: and Industry artheartJy
MIAMI. FJLA.P. II amendment to ICons tutlon of the State of Floridabe mllitj WI ith local condition., progress, [! to Havana and tp: Nassau. Immense '

That the following of the I of Floridabe find is hereby agreed! to and' Indu rise* and '..current happenings, wharves, etc. are;bei g' projected. to welcomed and the country' :
the Constitution Stfte 'of development being pnctically just begun ,

: submitted to the electors: the state whn contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly increased :
W.BACKUS. tAR .r !
ls.iiereny agreed there''Is
and .the same room for all:to 'reap- the
C==I.i".I.; : to, and shall be'subm'.ttea\to the 'elec. at- the general election; In j November, Beetle tI i, is 'reading the Daily, maritime business:that must follow: on i benellts' which must'ensue ai-the .I
sad Detal1 em election 19Q$. for ratification or rejection. or tl throih: polls, the former! the deepening of the harbor, work on'
Plant, Specifications of State at the'ge suit of such development '
tore the. Xvi Capital find'
for Building of AH Kind, fl ., Section 6 of Article shall beamended of w Ich':* nt to any addressat which is now.actually:progressing; An here '
fade' in November; 1904, for ca ;l:1 I follows most profitable Investment while
? Residences a Specialty. s6 as'toread' as : ... life rate of $5.00 a year, $1.25 for appropriation of, $300,000 has been secured '
or rejection. .. labor Is' In demancfnd well paid. Peo-
13i5 A VE Section 6. The Leglslat-aha1l provide months the :
OFFICE, : thre : the Weekly-a large 13- from Government' for harI -
I" Section .6. df a9cleZ, of the Constitution plo of.moderate melons, who come here
for the speedy publication and pagef paper! -being mtijed for-$UiO a bor improvements, and the 'Florida'East
of Florida, is btre- I and buy a smell tract -
tZ7.Roges l' of the St te enact ,or land, mate a
of all laws It
distribution may S I Coast'Railroad l.j also pledged ..
by amended so a"to read as follows: I I ,year. modest set out fruit trees and .
All decision. rf; the Sup rem i Court and ,: THE CITY OF MIAMI. expend a like, amount; Thus, $500,000 home
Section 6. The legislature shall pro- while for these 'to'ome
vU'and. consult: all haws and judicial ins shall be Is:
out of "wilderness eighty now bring used for this purpose and '
ride for the'election bfthe'quailtled Sp ; ng. engage. In trucking are. al'most
free for publication by &Dylperson.- But .it Is a moral certaintythat'further .
-r llioad reached ; appropriations -
ENGINEER: lector of each county of.the: follow- earth ago, the having without exception, successful.
judgment i Supreme Court
no j ot j the will be secured until the
s ilnt April 15,1896., Prior to this tin
ofljbers Ahdthis'suFcess'coets less effort
| : ; thai
Optic ? ... U WamU njiSEY "jig county ( shall take. effect [until;thel opinion of tim: store whose trade was prin- harbor- Is,In a condition commensurate ,.
UartooaS t.a- I h; : A clerk! ,of the circuit court a sheriff the court-In such case shall be filed one with its Importance-from other'part.. of the country, twhile ,. .. .
t the, and few a commercial -
wlth Indians a
YwinE.gieerdeSlid fi.I". &14"rthe' .:unstable, a county assessor of taxes, ad.conrt "1' Y' the climatic conditions, rendpr! out-door.
3 of .Florida I' "' with the clerk '[scat red eking out a precarIous geographical and strategical
: :
Cuaat .
.7 Ea'" i cou'ntTftu| collector, a' county treasurer families work possible\ every, day In 'the year, :.j
'ARTICLE XVI. //by and' the standpoint-an Importance recognized
livelihood health
with the benefits' bt
'a rlntendent. of .public Infraction such aa
Its.1I. !IOUR, I 1 ,* and a county surveyor.I Section, 1 of Amide V.ol 1] the, Constitution lIma'a<:ture ,of -.coontto .\ltat h, ,were by'public men at the National Capital open-air life I,I thrown In. 'At'the sam: ';,

of Lhe State of Florida Is hereby the nly evidences of civilization. and by'all who will study the location

4ttorney at La., : jy officers The term mentioned of office in of this,all section the county snail ..amended( 'so as to road as1] werof/;/, ;. July 28, 1896, Miami 'was Incorporated of this port and its relation' to Insulin and time moderates people,Nrho ,are.In enjoying their. present health -'.

,.--r- I be four except that the'term of Section' .;lfbe.jUdICI' l the as a city furnishing perhaps {the only and .South American commerce, to abodes hd i better stay where they are. :'
years :
State tie vested In a 'Supreme Insti ce. on'r cord In which a .full say nothing ; of the vast trade that
: There should be :
Rta'w and FederalConns. "office of taxes weighty retaons to Influence
la all Uw Df the county assessor chit
Will practice Into'exlstencenpon
to CoFparilia*, Court courts, courts of .record: ; lied )d city came into existence without must, spring ; the
PanicaUr attention l unfy1'tax collector- and treasurer, ,. of canAl anyone to make; a move of sueX
EMau and ''ProU ata r.Otace1.ErWenS.t14in courts'county judges and just t ret having been a town. Three completion the Panama: Importance. '
Kea: until county : '
Mercantile People who
the have made 4
1UAKL'JLAlotne' shall be for two years, general the
A map'will
( Uses peace' bun red registered voters are required glance, at., the :
of the
: November.1906.; / at ( failures elsewhere are not likely to, bevery
''"" el UOIJY\In I
most casual 'observer
1fTO' !I'' Section 6 of Article V .of the! 'Constitutlon -1 to e ,title any,community to, be'calleda the possibilities successful he Intelligence and
shalljbe elected
which election they ] tthetntUI'A th.'MoHo ,
SeekersAttention. ; holdfor fMr-r.
number consti- ,
each and of the State of Florida is hereby city, less than that -- r---c. -- -'- IndnVrr are as essential' to. rood tar
of ,
for thenceforth terms all tour county years;om I era named amendedo, u to read as follows: i\Vi tutlrfg. a town. At a. meeting held' for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. }three here as In any other part of,-tin- \,

interest i SectlOa.i. The Supreme Court shall i ihave the purpose of incorporation; three ;, Miami has;; one ,o'the"bestpuble: globe; "" ; t
: :
find 7t to section shall be j elected for ,
You will your In this after the' first schools in ,the: State; embracing both -'
investing.Furaiahedhouse. .'-' tppellate'jurladictioi in all cases: and one-half months If it Is desired to In .-
before Their powers,, engage general. .
to call on me terms of four years. the common and high school COUJ'ftLThe
and room to shall be at law and in equity originating in circuit trail reached Miami. 344 votes were farming.. In the raising'of wbeat, ours. .
duties perscribed
; and compensations buildings ere and well rip '
in real estate courts and appeals.from the cast The, phenomenal'growth of this large or oats '.,
rent. Real bargain ; of peaches, applev'grapea, or ,;
'Insurance, taxes,, courts in arising before earl; period has' been sustained tilated. and there-is 'competent eoi-rs other of
city and country. circuit cues products the temperate tone :;
d to. I ARTICLE X30L ,. I of teachers. A Catholic convent is to
'attent eight the
collections, etc; i county Judges, In matters pertaining totheir thro ighont. the years one most east his lot s4m..hundred. of ."

state a special license ,'authorizing trans* That the following ''amendments' probate Jurisdiction, !land in the city history.;, .F be erected this; summer, which will miles to. the: northand] accept the cold I

me to' prepare all kinds" legal Low fees. the Constitution of the State of Florid management.of the estates of Intents POPULATION ETC. provide Instruction' for 'both sexes. that Is part. of ,th.-legacy of lands .

fere ol real"er.tate. : *, be, and the same Is hereby agreed and in cases of conviction of felony In M ami has at present a resident pop! There are.also', private schools,V musical where these. thl P1 1 tan .be grown.
Prompt attention. ,. In conservatory;and art school,'
CARROLL to. and shall be' submitted ;to the electors 't.' ulat'bn of between'4.000 and 5,000. this
Neither la
) C. C. \ the courts of record, and in criminal .' : a stock-raising country.
Notary Public. of the State at the general elec- cUes originating in the circuit' courts the winter .months. this population issug every' educational' .need 'nW be .There is a,"" -fence flaw," which Is a

lie Aenc abet :Id and :?rd ctrceu.GrnJut t Ion in 1904, for ratification or rejection. The court: shall have the power! *( to issue Sated by the addition of hnn- supplied.--There are abou thirty great boon I'I'to the settler of limited

Section 8. of Article XII of the Conitltntlon certioraris, .die< B of visitors;mostly of the wealthiest flourishing schools In the county. means,-."& 4 there is very little' Unrtock '
writ of mandamus, prohibition -
Every'religious 'denomination' is ;
&f-e11.ab1.e Is hereby amended so as to habeas''' classes, who comet to enjoy the In the county.. OIl the Bother '

r OptleUmW.CMAYNARD' read .. foIl?ws:- quo- warranto.' lor'corpits' proper"and Ide climate and the finest fishing In represented and the 'following have bandy 'If It Is desired to enpp ra the
also all. writs to
necessary hands me'cburch' .
buildings: Pr* byterlan. -
,, Section-vlIL Each county chat be the complete'exercl of ,Its'jurUdic-' the world. accommodate" thesevlsljjortj '' culture of citrus frails pineapples, various
; hotels Episcopalian, Catholic,' it- E. :
: required to assess and collect annually E .li.j4.'sLa: < lilt'Vopower there are. .numerous tropical or seml-t pca1 fruits.the _
ML>>.lIe Uo Pos&Pees.1Wla schools 110'1. 'c\. t ili -u. an boarding houses principal among Church, M. 'E. Church;, South. ,and
for the support of public freer growingof vegetablesat the sea
.tf Vi ""
to ii e rii *$ ?
; hatttell Fltkd: therein'a tax of not less than three (3). : tl.u wh h is the Hotel Royal Palm, an Im- Baptist. I son.* of the i year.when, all-other .part
cT pethfonby
nan Suite njxin
docks 9eTeleritt SOILS .
fitcbes me se building 640 feet long, 300 feet '
mills nor more than.T) mills on the cf the country are In'the grip of winter s
or on behalf of held In I \
McDONAtD dollar; of-all taxable property In. the any Person T :xt and tive stories high 'with accommodations'for The principal l 1d strT'll't, lS- Bee thl.,..sectlon offers decided advantageeOCeranyothey -
actual custody, and make such '' '
L. I may' 800 guests beside lobblejl t Ion.Is the growing of fr ts"and wln- .I '
of the'UnitM
GEO. same. writs. returnable,before li self 'or the rotundas vegetables'; for the,,Northern POrtion
I I dining rooms, paces : markets States.- /, ,
Ghnbtluer I ., ARTICLE xxin. .j Supreme Court, or acy.s-j4stjce thereof. ; etc| It is set in' twenty acres- of trop- i Tomatoes,form the,staple'crop, ", .
StaWlyl4l. yaads a ,,-&It, That 'the following:: amendment to or before any circuit: and when :HER BINE ."- .- '
SarweYlalu4. judge Jca| gardens, beautiful beyond,description. .: but t ear large quanutea! of.other ; ,

CbcOANUT GR VE. FLA.,, he ConstltuUoTof the" State of Florida not returned to the,Supteipe Court, an ., There are several'other' hotels, vegetables\, grown,,, such'as tomatoes, 1:0 **-"-* ''. *

.be'and the same is hereby'"creed to appeal' to, that court ehaif always; lie eHer n than the Royal Palm, to be egg' plant''peppers beans, etc. The Renders th* bile'more flulif. an'thna "

DAINN. (r and shall be'submitted'to the electors Section ll. ot Article ,V of -lie Constitution Sn !,:yet larger and with better service planting 'season extends from, about helps the.jbloOd to flaw; It* affonls

j. A. Of-the State't, the generhl'elecUon''in 'of the. $tIot? ,of Florida is t1 Is'usually found In.towns of'[October 1 to January 15, and 'the.bulk. prompt relief 'from biliousness, Indetlo.bd8n.1Balh' -

Idw.iaaM.1tiroaitratitkre1 November,A D..:.1904.;'for ratification: or hereby aa tot ,'read. as-'fol- tw ythe'elzs, 'At this writing an-. of the)shipments are -sent Nortb'from ,_ \ .

......... rejection. lows) : ot er five-story'hotel f is In process of TVovember until May although, there gestion, sick and nervous{-headaches. ;

cawr.d wr.w.t.'s. .. I ,Section 18 ow.rtJcle-. of the. Constitution I : Section 11.- The. circuit cou'rts hap er ion.hepopulation., I being practically ,no difference: in the and the over indutgen In food and j,

.e-t..*" IIAM!IU. shall be' and Is hereby amended have exclusive orlgl Jurisdiction;! In ': is cosmopolitan, ev- k seasons. seeds may be planted 'or vegetables drinkj;, :: Herbne! acts quickly a dafter >&7 !;

II"..... so as to read as, follows:', all cases in equity. Also In all cases meals
i e State in the Union furnishing Its gathered any day In the yaar. will bring the patient. into

j Section'18.. Legislature: may organize at law not cognizable by Inferior courts q ta ,of i hPre ntatns. An unde- Vegetables are grown usually 'on .the a'good condition In a few days '

iizi3Uo4EMARr in such counties as it may thinkProper and in all, cases Involving, the legalityof 'I able foreign 'element is unknown... ,' prairie lands; whhlcbv are free from .a..;L. Caldwell agent M. 1C ft T.' ,"

S Oar's' OM4N Pnv.ds n'a county courts which shall havejurisdiction any tax. aueument or. ton: or the ,.CLIMATE. timber and'are composed of a kind of R. R., Checotah, Ind..Ter. writes, April "-';". ,

; o of all eases at Unr in vlgch action of ejectment and' of all actions 'thins 'from 'personal experience, marl t- ; 18th, 1903s'."I was slek' for over two .,

ARE YOU GOING the demand or nl e. of* /Involving the titles or boundaries of alfer visiting California and other teen. Fruits are grown OD pine lands, years'' with enlargement of the liver .

Involved shall not exceed five hundred real estate, and of all, criminal cases where climatic'conditions are which are slightly higher 'than the and spleen. The.doctors did me no s

West ? dollars; of proceedings relating- the not cognizable "by Inferior courts; and isldered at their best," we can 4inhes- prairies, and ,jiiUhia section very rocky good, and :11 had given np all..J1ope'of .

North or \forcible entry or unlawful' detention of original Jurisdiction ofiaatlca of,forcible tingly, say that Miami has the most This rock is a peculiar coral formation being cured.:'when my druggist advised
: lands and tenements,, and of I misde entry, and unlawful !detainer, and feet winter' climate in ''the.United containing a: ''great deal of plant food. me'to use Herblne. It has made me'
.'. appellate .jurisdiction of such other matters as the legislature' ates.- Cold la almost unknown even as evidenced by-the fact' that In,mkny sound and I well. 50 cen.' at Red Cross<

aisrulei& JMnffl in civil tases arfclng in.courts. of may .provide.. They shall have final t e !slightest: frost being very lire.npt places, orange and other fruit trees are Pharmacy.1.I '< -. F

.. the justices of the p 'ace. appellate Jurisdiction In 'all. civil cases e': warmth of summer is red to be seen bearing thriftily though ; : -

The trial of Rich appeals may' be de tried in the courts of record, of Judgments b the cooling breezes 'from tbe' AtI apparently '' standing on a' solid plate Sara-Berphardt\ has committed stag '

.; Railroad novo at 'the /opUon.* of the appellantThe or sentences 'o /+any .-cunlclJld lintlc.I and -highest-'temperature of this rock. Being of a porous or suicide nearly? 30,000 'tlmealOOOO'thuea 1, '

Otters unexcelled passenger sernlor. count9udge shall be the judge of court, and of all casrs arising before rlcorded by'the' government thermom- h honey-combed, structure the roots of bypolsoti'1ooo by jumping Into-
'trains currying Pullmsn shall be an at- the Seine!! 5,000 by revo'ver !'bullet and' 7 ,
Modern the 'county court and Justices of the'peace Ilr. counties'in e er during the summer months la 98. the trees arj enabled to penetrate 'it .

sleepers, up-to-date coaches, free re- torn'ej :at law.There ... which'' there if no county court, ':or .HEALTH. and draw ample sustenance! from whet 5,000. by dsgger.. r.,' "/ '.."

dining, chalrl carl and':dining cities.carl ; .; elected'by the quail court -oL reconl: and. supervision .and The, city ranks among the first: in would be 'a very unpromising '
between northern land southern electorS each county at the timewhensaid ; health: << [ This the" King Peter Is tow M (the 'Se lan./ -
in Bed appellate junsdlsftirl<< : ct.:mattera arising t|e United States, Jn\point or ,source rock by way, ,
filet dining car service the Is. a. prose.cattsg makeeabeaititul' health resort of fubarsk* Bony., the
The judge ..;electea. before Muntr; judges; pertainii 3 to ienfls entire freedom from calaria, and durable building
.goutbl for said county.who material the medicinal,. springs of. 'bJ' ants" '. .:' .;.'.
Tickets vii a torn; j their probate Jurisdiction, or to Ihe es a d there are no "prevailing diseases" .and new court' house '
AU Agents Sell His hell to.those ot Car Wad. and his, ac- .
< for. four'yean. gous
office ailments and
R shall-hold tates'and interest c.f'l'minors, (.acd, ot owe which are common to jail as as several residences
and compensation shall be pre t to be In the city,built'' of this tlon"In spending his "holiday there; instead -. It
Le&NtFor duties IUcl(:other' matters. "' the, legislaturemayprovide. 1. parts of the *
cribed by law. Sug .courts maybeabolished .- Th-j circuit courts auf re robbed.. In part; of their power, as much admlp'd by all visitors. It also[ of proceeding to some fashionable .',''

Rates, .Schedules' Sleeping at,the pleasure: of the Legislature. have to Usua writs t ey usually appear_ In amild, formd makes ths finest road>material in the' health resort abroad;as both King '
Judges shall power ',
to .
Reservatlots-. Apply" .,, : : of mandamus, injunction, quo warraitocertiorart rarel'leate the. bad effects which world. and Dade county leads all others Alexander, and Milan were In the habit': '
J.. M. t Fleming, Provided that all county judges bolding -i ,. prohibition/ habeas. corpus, how in the wake of like diseases in the .State in :tnlleage and .condition of doing' each year, hae"given; considerable ," "

pise.aeI'Aaent; said office, at the ratification of this. and all writs;' pripPrlor' necessaryto sewhere.; Scarlet fever and dipV of her highways. satisfaction'to: _his, people. .ti
BaJJrMI.. o'Ibeuoo i I I -
it f1o 4&W.M amendment shall,continue in the exeidie eria unknown, while typhoidver The fruits cultivated are chiefly '
""l'la'DYSPEPTIC'IDE I the complete; exercise of. their jurisdiction are STOP THAT COUGH.JL .:
of the dutle thereof'accordingtotheir ,:, ',1 : Is rarely beard'of. a deslrjble grape-fruit. |oranges and pineapples '

commissions and until, SUlfJ.tng Onavas .' avocado and 'When 'cough, a tickling or an Irritation
respective: Section 24 orArtlrJe V of the Con* place for those fromling I mangoes, petra a ,
their successors are duly qualified, and troubles, asthma catarrh and limes-, are largely produced but b4lng in .the'throat makes you feel _
/ ....t..U.. f DIGESTION, sUtution of the tat" q. Florida Is 6J'e'1
TIle : provided further that when any county -] follows:1 mUar" 'which are prevalent Indlg nons't country they ,thrive uncomfortable, I take Ballard' Hore- :':}
amended aa :
as 1
by so tojrprd: i
' .' coirVshall hereafterbe'establishedIn Section 24.' .Upon the app a Ion of a : D colder climates. Many Jbersons afected with.. little lor no' cultivation. Citrus hound Syrup: D n't wait until the disease -\ -

Sorts,Ibjblsf Wt", any c county' in this State, the county; majority of'the registered voters ot' with'these ills have come hereind trees require from three to five yean has egone'beJond control Mr. :

ECZEMA .SkhOiwuM, Judge Of said/county shall bold J his'oi any county'in'this 'State,-the':fesJslatnre'shall'establish have been cured or greatly bene- after planting 'to produce fruit Pine and Mrs.;: 3, A. Anderson S64 Wpt 6th ....
) c.
flee andperfo, the duties of Judge tied Of course, this Is not th'e case appl e, :which grow. on' a'plant somewhat street.SaltLake City Utah writes:
in ruch count
of the county court until his term ,of' court'of record and )hee shall be one' never Instance.- People die! here, asihey I resembling the cactus: and which/ "We, think Eiilard'a: Horehound Syrup'the .

HERMIT SALVE office. shin expire\. the' do everywhere 'el...- No country are propagated by setting sUps or best medicine for coughs and colds -
t Judge for each of. sale courts, who '
"ace ... .oCtu.nA tl.t discovered where suckers bear fruit In 18 after used it fot ; it
, ARTICLE acrnr, practicing1 las yet been people months We have several years .
.thw I at law,
: shan be a attorney '
) !r4hya4 ._ils.ar25 That "the following' amendment to appointed Oov- ire Immune.from; death' and disease: planting.;' In this section 'they,are always gives immediate relief is very
and who shallbe by the '
.. the Constitution of the Stat of Florida Lt'the sum( lima' It may be truth., grown In the open, then being no ne- pleasant and gives perfect satisfaction.!
and by the senate, and
K NEtcoD; be, and the same hereby. greed to, ernor any sald thatxthej ondlUons tending ''eesslty for j protection from cold and 25c., SOc.' and $LOpjat ReiTCrose PIauk 5S

and shall be submitted .to the electon' (Continued on page seven.)., to genersl'hea1 hlnlneee'are as faTOrJ -'I there islthns. ': .k saving of about t00. ,'. '5
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THE: DAILY, >, 'It is shown' by the Internal revenue ; \1TOLDTH TRtTH./ ;;
statistics:relating to. tobacco, in' that : I DO'NOT rAIL.TO: seeIWUALIR'S')1WLRY

'" KAMI METROPOLIS, industry there Is prosperity a high ;Missouri' edltor\\ announced that "

,r, ) J order. During the ''fiscal year' closed : I Just one''!;Issue -he WOUl 'tell the -

y, ....11, e4 ...en ,day. erupt Saaday.... June 30| l last, fhe revenue from 6707. .- Mere /pre a few Items from that STORE
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.' 1AJUC. ; : t 71.863 cigars was $20,122,415.59.whlch : '

. f, It f. Kill UHGTN.I S S Uks.>> is & falling oft -In vf:revenue" of 1236- \ Boon the lazles t merchant in 314.-12tt1'' Street.

756.01 and decline iVcigar production made a1' to Bel .
; a trip evlew yester
Ittattett I .
(III. r. mountiM.i
,;,'; ....... i for the year ''01 789W.679 cigars: ,In ,
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: .. tae Po offlc at XUBtnorlda '
uD4-cl"-r.,, .t. chewing'; and smokl tobac o.,.there Doyle, our, groc ryman, is ( ,
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.. v-. --I I' was,.. howcverj; a tremendous Increase. I a poor business.' His store is dirty
Tk_& Bootacn lIo"apaper pDbll. ea
land .(tae tDI&eclI&a& at thtart These two fo ms of "the filthy-weed" and odoriferous. H >w much does "
IM "' Dollar
Soutkcn raUw** yielded a revenue'. of $19,719.042.02 2 In' t under the circumstances r Negligee y
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!i!: .. ,, : one year. The .quantity produced was I Sonkey died at his home in ,

\ ODe i Tear by' Mall....'............p.oo. 328,650,710 pounds of tobacC'o. whichwas place last Saturday. The doctor ,

Six Monthi:*.........;...'........ %..110II an Increase of 18, 00.000 pounds in It out as-heart failure. The fact ,.

!;: BVee Monthi........rrr ;.....:. L2S 12'months. There Is IncreaseIn t '| was drunk-and whiskey Is wha/ SHIRTS Tor : MEN

0.. Week,''by.Carrier............ JO the production of little cigars and I, him. 'His home was a rented ) ,
.- the cigarettes manufactured numbered ;; on Rou'di_ trget." ; i i '

E a Tie Mlimi Printing Compuy. 3,226,682,261' oir an increase of 194,788.-: : Sty' preached Sunday night These warm'days- are! m: king stampede for soft

Advertising |rates made known on 629. ; I charity. I jj i The sermon was, punk. 'shirts among comfortable .. And there are a' good

1 .1 I application.. '. I. .' '. .; ] : rever nd'gentleman 'would live many thousands of men want to pays about a 4i
little closer to what he preaches just
'" TELEPHONE 61-SR. BRUSH UP,. dollar { their shirts. met .
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. .. have blggt'r'congrt'gatlons." ,
431 and tat Twelfth Street. >. The Eustis Lake Region: II) a lengthy -Miss Sylvia Rhodes and The shirts. we. tell today" will scarcelybe!

: Opposite': Court, House. articles on home improvements and : ,Canjl.han, Saturday'evening at matched for less than '$ .5c-might' as [well get the 4-.7

Ii> beauty give, the following'advice that Baptist' parsonage. The bride is a extra fifty cents worth for dollar.' ,
SEPTEMBER, 1904.Y could bs heededto good rpsulte! w Miami : !: ;ordinarY town girl, who doesn't 1 f
I( any more about cooking than Made of. excellent of
and elsewhere. in.. the Stater. a quality" madras,' in choice de- i

STRAIGHT" DEMOCRATIO 'TICKET.: Brush up ''oui lawh- A patch of and -never helped her mother" ,signs; with plain or pleated' fronts; attached! and detached

L--.--- I' In front and alongside a _days-in-her life. She is not a cuffs. Cut fut
I' green grass over a comfortable, and good-j
: For'Prefdent to the place that by any, means and a gait "
cottage gives tone fitting model. 'Sizes '
to' .
I << fat duck: The "groom'III 14
i ALTON B.'PARKER.: 1 bare ssnd.cannot You can,have, grass :; a well I6t

|j'; For "Vice-President, I and flowers in the same/yard' together 'fJI, here as up-to-date\ loafer He .
a'HtUe .labor. 'Lay a been living off the lolks. all his / RHODES.(
HENRY!: 0. DAVIS. TSith only extra R. W.
; and don't amount 16 shucks. They ,
.. For United State*Senator neat board, or betctlll,a concrete ;. C .
pout front ; have_a hard life when they live
', JAMES P. TALIATERRO. walk from the street to,
:; .. For Concnamu door. Trim youshade trees ;:about and the News'has no congrat-

,. ( Lk'. treys but, ; to offer, for we don't believe
FRANK tile house, also .. he. orange .l| .
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.' -' For Governor, ,<-* thetrees on, the ,street, .so < good :: an'come from such a i
especially '
& NAPOLEON B. BROWARD.: that pedestrians, do'not hit their heads ." Do You Intend li ; To Build' and'SAVE '
i in ; :
'<. For Secretary of State on,the limbs as they go by-H low Issue | which, the editor told .
B. CLAT'CRAWFORD. 'rain, weighted down with : truth was the. last he ever made. '
? limbs after a /
of Irritation to ; in the springtime, 'when the ; MONEY :
f.: For Attorney Generalvj nolstnre are a' source ?
..' ..... ... with diamonds sparkle in the .tender '
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.'f.; i. : For Comptroller" them, lad after...a. fine tree. Is disfigured when] the sweet-throated birds .
. .04. ,:j limb melody all- the day; subscribers
a '
A. C GROOM. wreaked upon
f' i b1'the vengeance :: I INFORM THE :SS in whic all branches of the Build- '
!-' .." For" s .teTreu1lnlr" ? ruthlessly torn rom\the mother. stem. paper while It was published, '

6) WM. V. KNOTT. you must protect your trees from the out In the country a short way to ''V l lContractors f in'g Tradea are repreflented. Then

..... :, For 'Superintendent of Public Instrae'HOB vandals and your trees''should not obstruct ': -& glimpse, of a black akin' which : members o f this association cheerfully

c .. the pedestrian." suspended from a barbed wire will, fnrnish'plan., specifications

WM. M. HOLLOWAY.: .1 -. x", | It w'jall'/ thatVremalns: of the *> and estimates Address
1': : manly ,........ ;., tht-'Mlasonri .d- '" \ f '
For coBununoniFor or Agr1caltnreB.E. 'THE FULL CITY TICKET.. '", '' "Ij--- -- for tractors mod i n .
McUILa ; 1 who dtruth: one, Association ,

.' "Railroad Commlwloner II'eye" argument- -In favor t of |I, : .. 4}} MIAMI, FLORIDA

There ,
. JOHN I* MORGAI.I ', the'enUre list-of
t. t the renomlnation of i THE
"'' ForJState ChemUt. "' NEGRO VOTE. ,
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f "present city official ,
R. E. ,ROSS y,, faithful and II ,

)t.,,.,, 'I I "", / l"' ____ emclent They have officers made; and good none of them have St, ..Ixuls Globe-Democ "tt, one "A' I. I N
t.l COUNTY* TICKET. been' serving a 'great'while.Mr.'Sewell thlck-and-thln Republican or- PLACE I what (Ai-uple( say of Stan: 1

/.\ Is rightly regarded as one beglns:la[ 'characteristic editorial. fords Store., Prices as low
r For State,Senator \ TO BUY O'ES"
or'our, besi-meii In every respect ,and this fashion:j as in Key \\ est, say 'our

:,. F. M..JltJJSON., .:hll -he does not care for the position that the negro" vote is ; customers' from the Key
.' : For Representative 'of ) Republican,"' are .1
D wt been established their
; ,t GRAHAM W. KINO.i .., the precedent _more than one term used) the Nashville American Good Goods 3s sold anywhere. w iatwe, say-and,.we back" up

1 'i For County'Judge .'. giving our mayors everything sale we make.-Avenue -"busiest thoroughfareOX N
'II; and hIs friends desire to re-elect himas tackln ] the. Republicans, for the ,
@"% : ... A E.. HEVSERPor -, J 'endorsement ofthe splendid record plank In the Chicago platform. in the; the city-What every $. 1VE TARE AVENUE D
an ,', :
: Prosecuting Attorney :has a! right,to assume anything
he has made. + .
" : VROBKRT, R TAYLOR..! Marshal Flanagan. Clerk Kellum and !!Ort; i There are large numbers Stanford & Co., Opposite Express .
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"For W'I" '
Tat Collector ii' -m
Treasurer Garthslde have all discharged 1 gro Democrats, i -every Northern '

1 I ; T. GATJTIER. their, duties faithfully.and well and ( : < 1 Western lIS.tate. In,'St.' ,Louis there i.n.wra.1 '
For TaXAaseaBorGEO. .
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'' no/te of them should have ,opposition. 1egro,Democratic clubs.. .Negroes .
ii: O.\BUTLER.For VT. tireless I In Democratic
There has been"" no more processions in w ...
r' County .Treasurer< the board of aldermen';at : atty.( tScthey'| do InCAlcago| \{ Phil ..
' -'C B. ULERSO Vorker'on, ,;, r i Bush &: Sanbrd Biano Company
is ; any ,time than F. W Hahn,: and hlretirement. ; an I New York. The negro
For Superlnteud'ent ol.School! would be ajUstlnct loss to is not :unanimously: Republican.,
t- : x\ .. ; 22S Street /
the"city" ? J : RepublIfane are not; making.any I .

For Clerk Circuit Court Messrs. J. I.,Wilson and H.JVhar-, appeal,for the negro vote." 541.Reare.c.tariT'Steinw; Y & Sons, N. Y.
E.. '
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rJ' For Sheriff tou-have both given close ett [ : there ."large orthern negro Investigate our :Rental-Purchase, plan. Tuning and ,Repairing. i iA.
their:dutllS and having served only : )n every and __,
JOHN FROHOCK. ".., few" take h exduaja. very km kk Enenoa Oramfr
.f '""'For Connty'Commissioner '\ one term'they' are now In,better posi ,| rn 'State" then the object of the ,Pianos +ray: I StoJar4 Pbeat, ., ,
1." -of : tIol1' than ever,to, help'along the great j
"' \ M. R.uunmc.'f'JOHNS things which must be accomplished : platform' Is made clear, beyond "- 7'I: : ; --- ---- -
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!lUll Its-'k
t. during the"next two yeara.' These'areall I >bject Is to capture negro :

I f',- A.J ,;. from amo ist, our best and most ,, ; in such States as Indiana, where- l XULERSON 1
j enterprising business men. and then,, negro vote may decide'Ihe result .DOANf'
.; ; E. G. TWEEDELL _. .
} Bufeeven with this as an
ought' to. be', no opposition to'any'of' State4 1 IX i
For Board .
;'not to
them: :=: ,;; an intelligent appeal '
f it ELI. SIMS; Even the'Miamf! Record 1 ,' a'few d&ys negroes. because it In effect _

4," ., E. W. J. PARRISH ll. .1 ago, was. Ilbgtal: enough to say edltodally to 'ne:;ro disfranchisement pro- ChoiCe. meats' :Live Ret leat5 hol.est Poult!').'.:
W. M. > '
.,,' BURDIN thit "It has not'he slightest objection I Congn-ssiohal representation Is o'nd Po1it. Attention _-
!I' .0' any 1 Individual,of the; pres- ; : ; As a matter of fact there ae 'dressed poultry, F A I R T R E'A TJ1 ErrT" : -,
A contemporary 'puts' It -this"way: -
ent 1ti'government. either,"personally. numbers of negro Democrats'
Parker and Prosperity, Roosevelt and : % I or
or' officially.-- : or Western' States in

; Ruffianism.' .. ., '. ,.. Now, surely nothing can be found asa \ | -oth r'sE'CUon. TheA-ast majority ,. Succe.lom to'c... ...'ltULElt50'l!' 0 .
?, Kr9es 1'1- co. ." meat bw.tCorner \
reason! tor. refusingto a these -everywhere are Republicans 13th' St. and A"c.. D... ae.saerota. ts96St.JOSepS" :,
Duval county has 'voted bonds for men a unanimous renominattoi, other-; ;; ; Globe Democrat: : asserts that "the "

may. road 'tmprovem nis. The bonding wise'' this self-constituted ,guaWIan 'of blle ns are'not making any spe- I \

business is quite brisk throughout'the the people's rights would have ferreted api>eal t4 the negro vote., Perhaps -- -J. -
7. State !i. "-* It out before':glvlng.tis; endorsement to /" [ I will not have much to say off the i : .

yg ,t them so fly completely, |r t : I I beyond the intended .b.ld in .

... Of course' there are:plenty -of good ; platfon I. Perhaps; they are afraid h CALL AND INSPECT .
It is to be hoped that Roosevelt'and Academy) I
men in Miami-men''who'rood make @ I much on the subject :
} Barker will! not', wait until after the
.. good 'city"officials-who bavi j i fa' rightto and'Wes kern States, but especially
:.. election to write their' letters, of -.**;. ; '" MANDARIN. FLA.' j
'' become .candldates 'if'they:: shoos : former-for! fear of losing! white
ceptance. / pow Na h{ ill American. (Ii Miles South of J'ack llelReopens -. '
'., t, but that all of the present officials -: The -
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have deckled to stand for re-election it 6thK 11 :
: Sepi .
":! .: The approaching battlo at.Manassas would --seem to bathe proper thing to \, torma lot: of a reliable, characterlast .: on (
will bnrdlybe as bloody as that foughtfortythree 'give.. them1 all"another. term.' '\l"I'Celve1. night, .to the effect -- ...

\, -' years' .ago but "we ,snail T. : the e mbined "North Atlantic prfparalory school for toll, (M-
r about It the day ducted l the Sisters of SL Joseph BigB rgains
: probably hear more' ..FRUIT !TREES' ON CI.TY,, LOTS. would, i gain"make! Pensacola the Ly I

";i a ,after. < ,- '. I ,j for' to "annual target practice: Careful Iralnlna of" Mind aid Character. t :

.... Marehall- tsatlon assessment .,Many! people'' ho"live'r. 'on <:,Ity.:lots the vessels will' not arrive-until J
) !long for;fruit.trees: otthelr, own from ;: } &prll ; first of next year. This for trnlar IIId othir kfareutlos.a1Idms, <
: ,In. Chicago Is. $10.,IOOOOO. There ere.wealthier which they'.('an< gather fresh (frultinStead ; comes from parties In Ea Oun Buyer is sending

f men than Marshall Field; I 'whereof they speak, Sister M/Genevieve, Superior, .
l "of being depegdenton tie, mar- fro _';, .but perhaps not another assessed. at keU.:. Mr,:Vaughan; of Pasedena, 'was who state positively 'that'such Is St. Joseph's' Academy.
: MANDARIN. : : : ; ; : FLORIDA,
.f' 140.000,000.. '... confronted by,Just such a problem, but : ,cs&e although the official 'ara-

,. be has cleverly.: found a way.out ot'theImculty" \ : n nt, from the navy, : department' J .

w The wisdom of the Democrats' of On the back of his town likelj "to, be made for several .," 1 1'uNIVJ3R 1}

Florida.In selecting Senator Taliaferro j l lot, he, had room'for six'fruIt trees.. pet' ,,. -The "reason for the late 1 ,

for '..' second ,term Is commended IH planted" navel oranges_ peaches'' ?) of arrival Is'becanse of the heavy ;;:,

.. throughout the eountfey. Such Items lend plums! and when they had become {[ 'and It s believed that It the ar-' ITr I ,' ,i

a* the following; which appeared tn strong and sturdy he grafted and" bud- I 'and commencement of the target: ,, ; '

p' the St. Augustine Record several days ded other varieties into them. The : ,' is d laved a couple of months! ,. ". I
In the newspapers .,;ere all successful 'fogs"iflll 'not beXexperlenced. : :
r ago are frequently seen operations and now : I Of Florida .
:; : -* V. M. ,B. Sarell who returned -!Mr. ,Vaughfto" :\baa!: numerous ''varietiesof ,"year"' there was much lay on i j ." I, ". ',]

-.= last Friday\ from a Visit tolls. fruit| that ripen-at:all times of.the j ; account and for*' that/rf'aaon.It' Is: 'I '

'old home in Colorado saw Senator Tefter and-furnish an abundance' for unced thatthe;; practice will not J FirstClassProvisioniFOR ;

'; t. while there. The Senator Is tin oldWend I table use. On one"naval:orange tree : ; ; ee uh'ul' APtI1The' fleet tot! J

f'. t of bin. sad. to. the course of:]fyl'.. vaughan bedded .'a tagerine,. ,a cl te 'Will' be3' > xii of about; ; I. COHEN &- COter

'' conversation stated that Florida, did I,t i grapefruit a lemon and a blood I orange, II : number 01 vessels as vlsltedj BO Y,'*A new Cjrm Manly. m.Especially'. .
/ 'Eojlripped.'U'IND'
a'iris set returning Senator /Ta1- '|making with the naval ovules Itself : ; port ,las year.', .Some'of the new; 0' .. York' Office J,1\

1laIerro., whom .considers the- hard-jfive: kinds of fruit'on one tree.' They : : ; jrhlch have recently been:. Ia-' raFac.ttrolmaa., fir' Schofarlr.txrlali.p. 58 E. Sti Street. i '
'et,worklnf Senator In Wuhingtoni\',i lall,bear profusely, and .the. fruit ,1sof d, and which will also be come "IOR'AL'S' r Motto: Snmoi moral Care COHEN ...

and one who aceompllshed what he at It)extraordinarily'large' size. The'peachf =: ; beforej next April will also come : .. .th ba.i.ofenodcitiaeo.hipUdrets &.BASK1N

tempted."-Tampa Times.. f Itr.ea were- : budded with* numerous vari* !1I 1J. fof' practlce.=Pensacola Janrnal. Ik hwifart. We (Iy. Fhrkl'
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t, /1 Undertaker anti Embalmer ', ''., ; .' :Tuesday': ;HEIID'I2'A'I .t r";' Tuesday,.

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MIAUr' running ow the Jacksonville >tnd May-
r AILY HEJJROPQU' port' branch for the last',two "years, .

SEPTEMBER'3. 1904. came down this morning on an indefinite "his store?::: be closed i '
,'"! SATURDAY__ I visit" and to recuperate. healthwhich I : wilt; Monday, September "5th,.
kx has been bad for some time.;; He ,
. will, go under.the care.. of Dr. Rush: '
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E Arrive.from the.7:00 North-a:; m.! j I I .'J.. B. Rodgers left this. .morning U : in(honoroobserved. '. .labor Day\\ lettering that this day /l ui )e roperiJl_' J. /

{.'" v 9:55 p. tn,. .. !" for Dade a visit City,to' 'toe relatives' will go1 at toDeLand Lakeland, and'at We will not oe 'open, un\il\ Tuesday. --Morning., ''jf ke will nm, -' ,- .

> 'Close for the NorthI, I ", ,he opening of the fall term of Stetson 0''f'J J .hape a.cut price sale, oj 'greater Magnitude than in the\ ast..t' / '
any .
.. 6:15 a. ,
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University to' enter and"prepare himself visited our at" /
6:15.p. m,; ..", .i' Those wh store last Monday were-surprised lhi great, j
the Mr.
; for ministry., Rodgers
j" be ,foll6wed by the best'wishes of his E .reductions i ;yt"# greater 1 IJfsfL 'a / -Tuesday,. September, 61 : '

',. many friends all of, whom expect great < \ t -' 'VQuotations \ : / ,_
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;l1 TOWN' TOPICS.' I things. of" him In the future. ,i -"' "\ '1\" .... t" ---: -J ".. -/ -

'Ernest A'Hlnkgon f consldV' .Q )\\t*) : 'r .,. >., a tIU"
< suffering .
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> Cocoanut Grove Is In erably from the effects or a fall from ,, :. .-' ", ,..,./- ., .-. < ; :" '. _
\V.; J. Shone > '" .... -: (<,;2/..,
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its biqjrcle wblch'happened during:the .. '
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the city today.< ,il; ,: \ :'I./- :i> ;:
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rain while ;
: LNews hard on Wednesday, riding .# j /v. -1'' \ ." "I' ." ,', >,<, _
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bay' and j river is slack hurriedly! down the. Inclineon the ?I '''
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-* and. short today., i I. south'side of the bridge, arryiug'an- : ,. I ace : .1 "'tr', To11 Sis : < .ShirtwaistsDress T, .
other .. ]. / ; ,
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a. wheel on his shoulder).His left Q ;- $ .
,. The County Commissioners. will meet, shoulder and elbow were both'serlou'-. \ I ,. .Just..fof'.ajflyer:: ;:Tuesda J,>\ve "'ill" .18 36xinck-i alt linen Huck a'ba k I f' \. rW .,

in regularmonthly .session" Monday 11" bruised and he I Is being compelled 1 offer t ards of tojrctieo'n)ace- it weU-Turkey: red border! :"worth ueioday, we will .againvi. ffer'an,. j
morning. to ;carry his arm,in splint and swing. J ,and'fns ertiontto maichj ID cents. 2ceach.\.r\Jc( each-. .12c waist in ..' .
I : our r.toreilt T
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Born to Arthur E. Cully and wife sr Snappers, those'fish;'that only,bite 'r. '. t. /' Hats off each"1.OO.\tnaki b a 3,00 waist '.,

fine daughter Friday afternoon.. .All when' the'notion takes them,yesterday \ui / Jj1.. rOIe'l" .*' .,. :. 4 I -'

,ilng'well. 1 j'I"! and today hf-ve been bitingsplendidly ., ''OnethousandWards' h VTe Ila..left .some\hat.s and also a ZOO, a $100. w' Sst $ tE.wal.t --J- I
Hamburg "
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the Yesterday
off terminal dock., afternoon'
>V ( J .:. and Swiss embroidery land insertion few patterndress hats waist a $1.00rwa'is.t'; ,. a $ "f. '
' Mrs
)Ira. C. L. xi antes and little daugi-!! James Thompson of the \ S.s tl at in that .
.... just came we must .
t.' ter. Erma. left last night I,for SL Angns-' dock force, caught a'splendid :,'s ng'l I-. : worth 15, hand' ".18 Cts. a yard, chose out regardless- cost. ._.," "" ,.."1:1I" .... _... ..66c rnrn .
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-v : tin to vislt'relatlves during; encamp- and this morning Conductor Tuesday,.a yard ;>: : J. "' '
... "VT,b-ese hats are worth from 4.00 't'\
t ill' t of the F. E..C.-Ry.', whole an enthusiastic \ o, / 1 *
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: ,. Ribb 't *s.cxl! four choice$1.49:
ns \\f1oo1S1'irls <
it'--4 angler .captured a. string of two : ;I) I. i : .. 1r
s ,
"The more they make the better, they dozen or more beauties.- 'Six hundred yards of;"Taffeta: an'd Under Muslins >
'--- ;fcrowlnfbetter wtm every,bake : i. Satin Taffeta nb n| all w2dths .' rs ? '
, Emerson Pi'anosT Yesterday Mr.*J.B. Rodgers Invited 25"per cent. reduction. on all our rI r-
Inway :, '
: I ana colors worth 12 j| 15 and 18c Again we will place all our ladies .
Bush *, ore Piano Car some friends on a launch'ride to the '). !wool walking| and dress skirts
;; .f beach the trip proving most pleasant !! a yard. Tuesday" a'yaray;,...IOc' IT uslin underwear on sale at 20 : C:'
';; : '* cent. reaudloo.-, This wit !find this department
The per You will '..
. glorious ocean breeze, together -- ,' ".
. )drs. Morrow .r j of Mrs. Chas. ",.e., aSh OA'I'" .' .. NE N
be absolutely the last '
." Bell, 'who, has bead.visiting her for with the fair day, made bathing a treat j J chance/to plete with all I the newtit styles.This .- -
18ft'tl la morning for her Chose In the party were, MesdameS. J. ,,' One lot of Wash Skiftsjj 'wfrth 1.50; garments at )such ; 't '

t: home some In time Fitzgerald., Ga :! S..Rodgers, J., T.:,Sanders.. Leola :Tatum. 0,' to $2.00. Must/ie '*>ldl:. '..While'they steeping I reductions.' Remem- is. a chance t. ;'for you, 25 per 55SB

,. Misses Rash and Omega Wigginton I ,, last each..\ : b'r: this. is for Tuesday: only.' cent off on every, dollar I.. ar :". -
y '
The long and short of -Stelnway; Messrs.Aj. T.Sanders. J. I 1'8..j' I r r-- t. /-;< :! ,, / :

Pianos.Bush ., Rodgers. W. J. Rodgers,' J. S. Rodgera,1 .. C) S

or(Emerson I ,ft Safford Piano Co. ,j and A. J. Reamy. :>t tMartinique, I ; / --r I sf" '

'.. .J.-iI Misses!,t Alice and ,Co t a .Blount. and' Capt DIP" ... :,R_ helihiS .Sa ( Tue daYSep} mb t'6-

\ ion, arrived in pwt-thls afternoon'from i /
s: M. Tatum arrived from Miami / 'I
Mrs. '
: Havana'with several
; Key West and

Mondarand are visiting-:Punta relatives Gorda Bert and: passengers'and considerable freight I : ::0' '-I !'
friends in this city. ,
She will sail on the return trip to uor-I JflV1TiiT ;
aid. ,
; row morning.'but"wlij. go only to Key. ; .tJ"B' : S. .
M. E. Church South West where she will -ay. over Mondayand ,0. ., *
: ' the .4. MIAMI F
the subject of thi moralng.-4tscour8e. -return. =here essay, thus beginning : 't' ..' q1'DAt
schedule. ,On the Thurs ./1 .
The her new
Vill .be Christian! fellowship or.: 'I / f '
Communion[ of'Saints." Subject for I dar trip she will.make both'Key Westsad ".. 't- 5/' t 4 .x.
Disaster." Havana; .
the eveningDelayInvites / / 7
-i ,
'The fall examination.of applicants Mr. and.. Mrs. Edwin n Nelson who. 4 ',W.F,{ "'MIB 'R'c, .1 Willis
:: teachers in Dade county have been at the orld's Fair and visIting 'r' Singleton ,
,, KOr former ;/ / I j
in Minne-
home '
their '
at. ; !
next "Tuesday ; :
schools will :
"N/I1oli. 'r' .
Sutcttten to.Ed .
morning at the Miami school building sot&, arrived here Monday, and are vis- ; I-- .( )' 1. CONTRACTOR BUILDER
Sup't' of Schools lUng their father and mother Mr. and and
under the direction : ,
for few before going I ,
Mrt Page a days
z.;: T.Merritt:: : I ,' i iz' t, I ;:
on !.to their home in Miami. Their :
Hon. C., M.. Brown, of r Pcala, will re'I'. adapted 'da gbter, Miss Gordie,. came J .413-12th Streei Phone'25, J j' -\.i Estimates and Specifications :

move this month. to Miami. This willVacate up from Miami last week to meet,them, 1 / j : on.application f/f r 'J
his seat in the State Senate and and to *accompany them home when j ( '
,, e 'I'bfoHerald rises', to nominate Frank their ,visit'Is over. -Georglana correspondent 'LfBurdine, H. F. Atkinson'and J., R. Brick, Stone and,, Cefnent Work 1
Harris' ot.,the Banner,''to succeed him.' In East Coast Advocate.! ; :B 4 Clemons: incorporators: Pf'the Red ,

-Punt*, Gorda Herald.; ; .; 1 l Cross Pharmacy. Miami. with a"capital j. BUSINESS LOCALS. i : Write, me. and I will!( call to see you.: ._ Box 473, Miami Fla. ,1

'Mr Walter C, DeCarmo, an, perl- ,stock of $20.000.i y/ flf 6a-a ", .
:Mr. Frank Davlsj; 'of e'postom enced and competent 'architect: and ]f: Assignment 'of land 'contract Wm. I E : \ -- I .
several ago of Philadelphia{ arrived and / NationalBank :ee W.'L. Daughtrey, .306: Avenue D, ; \
fjfc, who was bitten, days draughtsman has Marshall wife 'to First Houslejn
.lb/a mad dog has gone tothe Pasteur; in Miami and_will make it/his of MiamL' :7 In.If our 'sewing. 'machine needs repair-. i. "J

Medical Institute Atlanta' for, treat'ment future .home.:, Mr., DeGarmo;'Sri visited I'j I' Warranty deed, Wm. H. Mahan and ;: '

; From there he-wlll, take 1 Ii st.. Miami last season and was/so much wife1' Jasy 1C.Marvin'et ux., for $1.00 c :ew Idea Fashions August at Theket I I Newly" Furnished In new. location.(' Rates $1.50 per day xj

Louts and the Fair. Impressed. with the ,city,'and its fu [and othe /conslderatlon' part of lot 2.' R Storer- for' SPECIAL; BY WEEK. 331., 4th St.. Miami! Florida. 4- .'1

ture'prospecta that lie Induced his'son f!section>& township south, rage 43 ,;'" I '- '
Work on the'new fiouseboat being to- come here and locate.- He .finds j,east .; "% '1 t'a: sure and see add on'alxth page I I 'r. ;

constructed by Engineer ,Meredith for conditions, exactly''as represented by ], ;Bm of sale Ruth Harris' Jo May Wilson -![Of Ibis.Issue'In regard o the scholar-:' IJf I IE "

use In the survey on the lower 'East his father.'and will announce himself t i! for 125,00'a lot o\ usehod goods i p contest I -

Coast is progressing'npldl,; and will for business as's be can obtain(and effects., j, : ;1. I To Make RoamforNewGoodst
have been finished Inside few. weeks. suitable rooms. / JONEY TOinty LRAN-APPIY to Dad I
: :* I Security Ca:, M. V. Brown:01 _
The hull has been practically finished ./ 1.1 ANNOUNCEMENTS., .
Kid the house Is! now'being erected. Miss Hattie Carpenter, of this city I I, ii B. Shaw 432 Twelfth strut .

and Cocoanut. \ Grove, who was assistant i'ji'[The friends of F. W.'j3ahn desire tonoance i f I I <
Mr E., L. Brady 'writes, home from principal!." .in the State'Normsl"School: .\ ./ his. candidacy' for:renominaj -.'S t "
Ashevllle a'few ago tbat be will give at Titusvllle, which closed recently,,!!j itjpn I as alderman' 'subject to: Ue: prima: FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH

_np, his trip to'the'World's Fair:. and after which sbe went to Palatka to rr election: called for September; 20th.JThe D CTOR, 225 TWELTH STREET. i September first :

'he ,and Miss Daisy his daughter are take the examination for a State teach' r.:t. I ;
many'friends PANTED. Purcha4] for resl- ,
,now in New York. They expect to ar erscertlficatereturned; ; jhorae. last ] and supporters of
d built"to order, Icatall- sold
Alderman : I ces. tn easy
rive home'. in about two weeks from night Miss Carpenter Is still'con vatescent ; .LAVHson have so persist _
: ently .urged" him nt payments. J.-H. Tatum &; Co., -
to .
'this : illness will stand for re-elec..
"date.-Titusville Star. from her recent and '
Visit her: mother at Coiroa! iut' Grove} I Lion that he has finally(consented, and R il Estate Brokers: : t:: ,at RedpcedlPrlcJs.!. :_ : : : i

+ Tjmorrow at,the First M. .E. Church' for several days before taking 'up her I ,therefore' be' IB the race before the "REIl1.-T1I'oEI: cant suites 01 I: ,

the pastor will preach at It a. m on the residence i in .the:dty'with', her sisters rill on the 20th-Instant- I' ,,' !!.s, two each. Ucsirable for office W.Wasoti.

Bubject.:. "The Privileges of Believers;" can Thirteenth. street.1 = .*. .1 J' FOR COUNCILMAN.---,.. .'. i rent in. the Metropolis building. J.: 1
The subject at the T.w'-p. ,m.. .service r I I
will be The Liquor Bus'-ness. You Master *bbins 11'111'lerrve hereby announce myself as a 'cani leadquarters fancy groceries, fruits 'I j
dtdate for member of the Miami Ci .. '
wtll miss a good'thing if you miss this here, next Wedoes lay of ,Providence: Council. j I', .,, at" Wilson ft-Flye's.'I 7 i r ,
ctrmon dn "The Liquor: Business." All IU 1.. accompaniedRufus by his father- Attorney'Geo. t I' ONE FARE 'i I ---
t Mclntyre. RTE. ,
oi. T W.JH. ; i"I
are invited to attend. / : ) Rfbblns "Rufus has .... f I ,
)account' annual
his"name" books n) the cncampntj 1!
had enrolled on the ;-': FOR CITY CLERK .ntj; Florida State troops .at sL -Au- \
Yesterday the Ross dredge hapopned of, th Nautical Preparatory School, a ash
r reby announce myself. : candid CI tine, August'31 i!to Ptember 8, ara !
permanent conducted .
o the of breaking' cr on :
nk for \ I
\ of e of fare plus 25 cents has been ..
board the ocean one Youngs'
'; white digging on the: steamship Pennsylvania city clerk and tax eseessora1.S f
/ a horized for the enter State of FlorId > -j PharmaCY'
) which will leave Providence .
other side of the-bay. This); willJneces- on :'R/ e1lum.] .
sitate a suspension of work the 15th Inut,'for a 19,000 mile,cruise, -'- ,. l" \j'Tlckets to be sold,August 31, Sep- :
shaft, which has'been'ordered its Jacksonville which will take eight months from the \ FOR' MAYOR/ 1 te her 2, ,,4th and 6th. with' final limit -l

arrives," This, 'it is.: thought time leaving Providence to ,her'return. t"tbe -earnest solicitation 1 of his 54, Member ,9. 1904. r:: -, A c.'ompleteandc.uefuI11'selededstQCfc. T, buy'our drugs in > ,<;1
will not take over a week.. .. Among other places visited will many friends John Sewell has'consent small quanties and often, so we can always have them mil and ... J ,I:'

be London Edinburgh!. Marsallles, ed to"become a oindSdate forr..elec- psrtOurcustgmersgetthebenehtofthisaa: id ""I.

1In, w. H. Houston,.ot/'acksonville/: Capri,Malta. Tunis, Algiers. Havre,' tion as Mayor of Jhe pity( .of Miami at '; tJatt; $t .j ancg rin60'e I anb' -

who has been visiting her son. H.-O. Paris, Lisbon,Gibraltar, Malaga,"Tangiers the primary toe. : eld on the 20th. 1.j .-'-. _,-..,_..
Houston and family, for the past''sev ',Nice, Rome, and 28 other p acei.. Inst \\k I sF
I : : : ro; ( Jainfi it Il'' : ': : S
eral weeks, will return to her home tonight Master Rufus is anxiously looking. for- : \ .t
: t
She will be accompanied byVMra. ward to this delightful cruise. Bon Sanitary Buckets-oUcta., at The ':

." H. O. Houston, who will. visit in Voyage.,Rufus.! -East.Coast.AdvocatesLEGAL Racket.Store.. I' :1.EM'i at afternoons thp soda and fountain.evenings.Special. We want reams your and patronage sherbets Saturday and will .,

Jacksonville ,and Savannah before re- always endeavor to .see that iou the ;' :1
'*: taping In bctober. PAPERS. :WANTED ;TO EXCHANGE.- get best in our line,

The following papers were filed Yor acres UDlneulnb red Virginia tlniber .... -f/I

',." ,Mr.Jfed BoUerr, one of the .oldest and record In the office of'clerk of the- air.cnit and coal lands for residence in or near : PersoAol_AtteatMM' ,.A. D: rwJ. Door Nvlktf fHtOffke ,"

most_efficient" engineers In the employof court today: i Miami.. Acj;di: eau"Bacon," care Metropolis given to all prescriptioas tm o-E; ; .::: PROP. ., = ,

the f.; E. Ck. .fty and who'nu beta ,Letters patent State of Florida to E. i -, Miami Fla.. ; Y9UrGS t ..

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*'. Iowa 'ever -at war among themseir' ; : NOTICE .
PHILIPPINES I AT and with the whole outside Despite To Whom It May Concern: Southerii

'. At Rockjlalaud I 1 .. H, Henry Stewartahod \VORLD'SFAR' race dress their handsomely ferocity they, \WOrld.r sultana \'er: Notice 1* hereby given that the Undersigned Railway

'. killed IIi: wife and then killed Intend to apply to His Excellency .
and their slave and are /expert f .
.hIm ttt. 'The-; tragedy followed Stewart's I seamen, I while long' 'continued/pillage Willian S. Jennings, Governor : '>> '

., fruitless plea to 'Bte wife to are Conplete Exhibition.of Island People andfaduetries on the high fleas ihas surrounded them f of the Stiite' of Florida,
; JIIf to.him)i'she having iugun suit for. 7 Coven, Forry-sevw Acres with'many' of the luxuries and conveniences 6th day of October/A. D. 1904, for(Let- World's Fair Route '
"Ii \T of ".estern civilization.The tens Patent proposed charter 'I
'y r 'a1 divorce..', -. f. and b Independent of Larger Show;, buildings of Agriculture Forestry hereto :i o :

[tlt'. I -. and Fisheries'show: all the varied This 27th onte, A. D. 1904. '
rte./Baldwin. : Chicago! an expert J..ouisi
Not even In the heart if Ur.nila city natural 'producti .also file extremely .
OJ"C1! ll8eases of the1' fk4n! *bfr Jhae been could there, be foune4-f\ rty-seven acre primitive procces s as yet In vogue T. SANDERS. Best Line to: St.;

< -to Petal that State .to 'investigate"the._Philippine territory as Interesting as while In1 the Wornn's building "'e. are S. GRAMLING, ,

---- -?' report jbLJth,9; 'pre nce |Iff| ,a eaaeNji t that amount .of space"covered by the Introduced to a number of native manufactures r. H.TATUM.CI I \ .

+.-'. _.I;Ailaic I leprosy. att that place. bas, notl-,islands' display at the World's Fair' invluuing! i the beautiful fabric I I Superb dining car service ,
the here la an exposition within, an ,exposition from the Ju'sl. banana and .pineapple The. undersigi edd. James T. '
]Be<} the State Board.of Health thai ; persons / 'w
a little wheel that revolves fibers This llnfuf; matlon la collated f -
Sanders WS. and H.
is not leprosy .Tt rI
.case, ': j Independently. of the larger one.encompassing jfn the liuIMini: 'of CSuniuierce>> wherea v
': ''Irrr,1! I'', Itx.. unique and most effective method of Tatum hereby i ssqclat -fhemselveii!! together Stop\ gOing'and l'

;: .Fitzgerald .is. Turton. .{(Isecond lieu- Score of buildings are filled with ex exploiting. is followed i In one ball are for the r(rpose of becoming incorporated offers, returning: ;

: tenamt in the Twenty-Second United 1 White, natlveNlUe is depicted byj as j snuptes of all the articles produced for nndtr the lliws of the: tate ,
;" "' there which 'niariin' fiber, of of / : I ; .v at t Atlanta Knoxville i if
I: States Infant, has commuted suicide many different Tillages as are export. among; Florida. sji tj I Lonisiille Asheiille -
r 'on the Mindanao, Philippine tribes on the Islands.,military drill are course?, holds tile'chief pliice of prom- The folio in Is the proposed chapter ,

Island iJeutenai! t Turtbn was 'born given by 'Philippine troops' and .concerts luouco. "while, in a second-ball are all for th /intended corporation: and-principal North Carolina Monntain Resorts. "*
l; '' are rendered.!., by "native" bands. the| manufactures from every country / 'ARTICLE i. ,III' r
':. in New Zealand, aild'waa(appointed toe ,
For its amusement feature*.,the Philippine that are imported and find a ready [ ,
the seconds lieutenant from the Th name of he corporatlph shall be '
e.Jf ,exposition has the humorous Igor- market among the; populace. Thus the '
s '' Ii!I The Florida Kedical Company with ,
rank*. / | business man get! a dual lesson. 'Uev ;
'}. Its principal flee located .M>aml See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the 'world, Famous'a
''j I\. .- sees what be am pro t.ibly' take from o. at ; )
I'll rThe' the''! island.; and lulso what be Dade County Florida. V j Blue Grabs Region/tlexington and .
1 North,'Gen an Lloyd steamer may }II LOuf'\'ilte. : .
profitably Mend ,to them When it Is .. FreePullman [ chair 'and biJh ., '
?'. reports hiving t si I' hted. on -'August' 27 \ j ARTICLE IL. jj reclining carl class day coaches.' Through' .
h-: the Hamburg-American, |pne" steamer added that' a lar;;e'nuinberof+ represent- The general iktnre, of f.he business('Jacksonville,! St. Louis. '" \ii
; atne } Filipinos fe been :brought: overt .
;,.. Phoenicia which feft New York ..August; Exposition and study Atuer to be transacted the manufacturing Folders; rates;.etc,; cheerfully furni hed upon application,. ;

!;i, 20,,'In. Jatntuiep, longitude 43, apparently can fiusines* methods and manufac-: of and placing upon the maiket. .. .

I t- 1 drtfting. f 'I! ,;. tnifea! ft recognized that great: Extracts' and Medicines composed J. C.:Lusk,. Distri! t:Passenger Agent; ::
!. -bH-r-T;! 'j' benefit, JXkUito the Islands and to the wholly'or In pa: t of native herbs, fruits .
| floS.W.. Bay St. Jacksonville' Fla ;
world ;
I result from this
i'- Josephuk DanletiB.:. a m Fmber
workof mutUal enlightenment! *? ,
NM oust Committee, whowas \, # '"!' quality as. shal be decided by ,'I| the 1
7. designated'j. iw chairman of the .. Board ,of of Dlr,tors. ; lit I i

'Commute on]I'' Edllorial conference j Is CONCERTS BYPASSED'BAND AH TICLE III. shall II

cT -' In .New' Yorli,' ;'inaklug I I final arrange- The amount < if capital stock be $$2 60Sa anna andRetUr
*.: 'mints for|the comingeon I erence of na- i is4 Prizes Aggregating $.03,003, to B Di,..', 250000. to be divided into,250 sliares _

\i tidnal'Deinocratlckedito ;.. which will 4 I tributed at the ,World>I Fair.ever of the par val eo of $10.00 each which V400ColiiinMaM- /"a

-.. saBsemiift In ji : : m rG. :> were musical eves In Amer shall be\Pl'rrb e at the. option ol the
> i I ca planned upon elaborate scale Board of Dlijec ore in services, ca+: or /
i'_'. The. grand: :\'efljl.ork'J.Pt j Coi., 1 of as''concerts'win 1 those of the Worl be glven'by'cbauds' 's! Fulr.\A series ling property eithe: real personal,fat, a ; i Return

}'.' Bhlch.hag. be the affair Just valuation o be fixed by the $ and
I.: I in content for prize ,offcrbd' bl
"= 'of!. he';defunct Fidelity Savings the World's Pair.Thcse, con" tts\111tl of Directors of' his! Company at a lAeet-
;,; :.Association' returned- fifteen 4 -true blUe 'In.FesU\1l1 Hall) Sept Qto tug... called' for,this purpose. i i TT3LA.
',;"" against 'three': persons ilormerly con- jl7.Nine... / : < -::? 'AITICLE IV. f x
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'nected. .with the Institutl: an., csish prizes" igi:: regaling $W0.6C \This corpora lon shall continue and "
I + are offered forthe suci: 'essfui bands '; ha\d. power'to! !operate 'Its corporate

: ''ten'' red hi 'services Tile: prizes are divided flU ns to give t ers and for '
? : W. i.J5ryan'ha,; ; franchises, pov immunitleit, Line
during the mo'ntli 'i October to' the'organization ,.scoring& the blghes years ifter Seaboard Air
;; ;, of number of points $3.i".0 tioUO will b lit.ter t Of twei t :flye (25) i Railway

i' .the ;Democratic Nations' Committee, gi en (o' the baud scoring' ,' the seconhi the commencei' ,tent of its corporat i ex .

to tilt the stumpy:, He. announces that ;best number of points and $1.500 t ;. \istence.' i .

1. :llelf.erera'tcwork Iu'ine West; but th i one'getting the.third highest nlm } \AJITICLE V", '

;,: Yea" the ma" tter, entirely" : with the: 0 BOOTH. EHTBASCK, MOULD'S FALACB riJB.or OBIBAiABIB ba'nb The'busing of.this Company-' bali \ -. waed: A 31

"r\J' xnemkers J of tbd. committee .' 'he above division hi made for i be conducted / a .President a fleer g.
rote. who dines:; on dog meat, and
c In Class. A,- which of 'twen
... -I. 'I, visitors, are entertained by Visayan r President; 'Se< retiry. Treasurer j and t
'" m tubers. In the B class $10,000 wll!
3': Forest fire have. destroyed the littler actors and actr sses. Nothing Is lackIng be given In prizes-first. $-1.00; secom General ,Mana ;er/and by auc1 :other :. Special] Trail l'lofieae.J it' i 11.i 30."a. m. ;".

: Iowa of Little Bay, Newfoundland; and to make the show complete. .; $3 500; third $2,m '; officers,:I,agentt': employees; as [may ,, :

'., zoo families arii homeless., The Administration building la a replica i lass C,' which Include bands of thl from- time to t me be appointed by the .' ..
I of the governmeDt'omce In Manila ty; five members, will enjoy the dlvlsio oard of Dlrators. *The\>mce'ofjSe j -'' Savannh ,
packing! while the Art and ,Education tickets food returning- re; ular train on or before Sept.2ndColumbiatiekets -
r. : The large plant of Street &: of 112,730. For the organization coIng rotary and Treasurer, at th\discretion .
{ building reproduces In miniature the the highest number: of pohits ot piled ; good returning bj re nlar trains on"or before Sept.3dCKSONYILLE
) 'Baltimore burned of the Board Director mayxbeby
k CorkrM ..,In ,was cathedral within the walled city even
prize of $6,000 has been named.. Th
and one hundred, an$ eighty lire bogs the mellowed tints of age being faithfully one and the same f perso The
Ii' second 1 $4,000 and the third $2 '
prIM *
'were consumed. The fire wa caused rendered.* -A section of the ancient 700.- .f?: '. names .of the Officer and ,Dlrefcton FROM ONLYS. .
.7' by: the explosionottmmonia; tank;;. '. but stlti serviceable, town wall Banda employed by the EiposlOo shall consult of three members "and ,

..'. ,_ j has been.reconstructed to serve the don- are not permitted\ to contest All pia stockholders. rho,are to conduct the A.Assistant .MdJOnai4,' ,

:> 'There. ,la great. demand Texas for tie and purpose a museum o4' of a gateway arms and to war the en.-must be bona, fide .members, an business of th corporation until those Gen Pass. Agent; j S.. C. B Ilst"oDTi.:

cotton pickers. I ';The dr weather for The other main edifice ar. 'qpe*.ot each musician must have been enroll elected at :the "first, election hall be V\ Jacksonville" =; .\ PalL' Agt.

.the pact few'day has caused all cotton Filipino homes, being built of undressed at least three month prior to the da qualified, are: ,

I. J1otdeaitf,. by i Insect*r to open;and timber, bamboo, and rattan with of the'contest!; Each band must sen James T. 'Sanders President I
bureau tE& ot1tB membe r
to the name
enough picker! cannot be secured... thatched roof l'! and broad verandas., f and a nominal entrance fee. W.,: S. Gram ing, Vice-PresldenL;!,; ', .

Then. there I are the tribal villages ,Festival 'Hall concerts by..masw ,}. H. Tatum, Secretary and/Treasurer N ,. .'
nestling under, the trees some of the
i Au th .P I 'has been 'bands| will be given at'730 each di And James T. Sanders\V./Gramiing
partylla houses perched high up among the '
>the In all coat and J. .H. Ta urn sl&11conBUtnte the
nominated. The: called the during contest. which ,
boughs, others on pile above the water /
I.; Constitutional, 'National: party' and .the *ft the Arrowhead lake all of them log bands will. take part under the '. Board of Di Directors until' said election.' "GI F
rectlbn of .a distinguished conductAlf Officers aid Board oi Dlrector"of in'Rates.
ticket was named at. [Chicago., But actual dwellings fashioned of native .
band entering must agree to pioneconcert yy : jn-snairbe'eiected :
: three. State were- represented 'at the materials by native, workmanship and .Bald'crPorati( atlfiei .
In addition to the t-
/< Illustrating the, manners, customs and ; first'annual'iifeting; of the"stoc $ od.
j/i. wetting.t W) eonain, Illinois and W stf. Ing concert and massed concerts.

Virginia! ,, s pursuits women weaving''a-coarse of their occupants.cloth Here'Ion are a iA separate prOgramme has been'p: ,ers, and aj ea' :h annual meeting of the 4+ YY
the Bureau of stockholder* i ereafter. The first an-
1- pared by Music for eajju .
hand otbera'makln
rude 'loom ; bas
fi -A Russian ''who fought .with Kos- ,kets others tending Irrigated fields of class{and each band will play through nuarmeeting of the stockholders, and Count ;

;: euth'ln the (rebellion of;|1848-49 received rice. One group of men are In village the f 1.1.
; ,r bullet ,wound In the shou'der In 'council, 'trying ,an offender" :according by numbers ebjlnent In all ,three programme and are cbo,.' n ii 1: held. at the office of I'the the "battle Isaazegh to their tribal laws; others are slowlymoving composers i, the c f August "
of Thelrallet .
:, with the view of brfiiglng; out the'TqufclIttes ; -'' 'ff the elections, i
in circular dance to the thump ARTICLE
a '
I could not be extracted but, the wound tomtoms and of the bands performing tticiu.-: I-I! vi. .
or Abe clang of brass : .
healed of
and It list of Includes : The hlghes amount '
satisfactorily G
presence composers Wagner '
:: tongs; otters! .; again are smelting Iron 0 "
'was never nod Olfenb cb. ,Verdi, I Sofnt-Saens. 1cet. 'j''which this C >mpany may at anytime '
felt 'until j recently. Not : -
: by t the aid of primitive.but most Ingenious State and
; aj) Nation
:si.-,* long ago the f, idler: began to ,suffer bellows the consUtuent'parts Stratus and Leoncavallo... 'eulilect: itself, shall not.. seed .the : ) ; County :

:., pain in i the region of 'and of which are a bamboo tube and pn air t" t amount of Its capital stock.ARTICLE .- v .-

' mortification set from' tightmop> of feathers working therein WEATHER WORLD'S yrt ,
i ,n. He died the AT FA 1 '
wound fifty-six years after receiving ilk!the piston of a syringe. And these : t. Th4 names rand residence brlhe...Incorporators 1 \ '"

"i 'it ; are)ut a fecal pictures of an almost endless variety Cool.'NII'ht.' and DtlightfulIndf n c f this' Company, and!. tne : L-.The Metropolis f "
of-Ufe N _
; .,8umm to S* Expected at
't :. NOTES OF 'Nor: $ LES. The complicated eth Logical-problem-is one;' bat although,a somewhat ., tsnallythe": )warmest month of' e !each, are. as-' ollow4| : Has feet :rangemenJs whey it\an offera

,., -. .: ". .- _'__ J J there are no fewer than sixteen racls. year July proved to be one of the mbst Jam aude ( (Se h,- of ':011 ami, .- a J ; t ratarve:'"' es for various .
Paderewaki represented the pleasant of tie World' Fair lea |a. newspapers
? used to ape&d much timer among village dwellers.tbiscouts ra.'tenebaW. Sfc.;; ot ld be"mf"excuse
,: on horseback; but np this diver,? and the constabulary each the. average temperature being' ile- : S. Granting (Seal),; of Miami, Fla. __ .' *aMs stvf dt foVpeopIe remaining -
gwye race speaking Its own dialect and following )- ., a'record that m de / ih ignorance: k isjto the, happenings of
some because shares.
lon .
tlmqago, of the risk .
r. 'Boston "t .
Its'own'customs'all'may be by either New, York, Pulls eh '
F of Injuring j his and. :'Gardening '.* roughly classified into four groups phla,. Cincinnati or CW llaro.'f The J..H.Tatub, (Seal), of"ta? 1 I. tin. -.----: \ the year. J. ..\

rp his' 'pet lIa D, the true aboriginals oc non-Malaya, thepaPD weather, bureau records show that Ih e ten ahares.'' 1 \. .. ,- ,_ -t .
YOW Malays, the Christian Malays temperature In St Louis during 'Jxily State of for da, V .." ---- .- ,

Ii ,' '..... I -d"* :"oldest- cricketer- HerbertJennerFust and the Mohammedan Malays.:' i were just between the extremes recorded County! D .d .' 1 I{ ', :: """' :' '----- -....:... \
,; I. dead &tthe'age 6f.98yearHe The fret are the dwarf Negritos, with at Kelp Orleans aujJ5t: r ul!; On..this"dalr personally appeared before -, ;, '- 'RA'TIS: \.
cities !at .
dark skins and'woolly''heads. great i
I mon'elght.two wearer Sanders;W."S. Gram-"
Jam T. .
for me
played :August In, St,'Louis Is a monthRof, \. -<. ,
of raiment In the :
,.' ago" and or'Cambridge Unlver- scanty ; proficient use ling @nd J.-H Tftt;m to me,well kaqwn .::... r \
: year ofthe bow and.poisoned arrow :''a race cool nights,and September and "Ojjto-; hD' '
#"' / sits- from 1825 to 1827. being captain of pomade and' forest dwellers pagans her -are the mo t delightful, month of as ,the pereornKdescrfbed" In, and who .1 Metropolis I.T -

in .the last ,,7ear. At the'age of 93'he' pure and simple'' They live in their, the year.' It {1 is that period know asfilian'iumwef subscribed JhelrjTnanies; to the fore- \1' '. ._ ., One Year' A
bowled1 for his: village -eleven and own stockaded Tillage when'the. foliage. Jnd going'(Artlcl s of Incorporation of the : : "\

/eleven $lIii "H* practiced in Next .to them are 'the Igorrotes bl1d.'IlnJerjo.; = hallen the .coning Florida Medical! Companyaitd: i ld severally" 0 ,Daily "]"imesUn:: do $l OtAO
winter\ ewbere on the American *s- -
whose'origin Is traced back to the first executed .
Doctors common* till' the Vourt ,vas ." ackno .
; S wave; of Malay Invasion.,, Uere. again. tlnent la there a- pot. more dellgb ulthaD' : and used ..
abolished ihenjived-as count- thesame 4i
: ( 0 a" webave scanty-clothing, amounting |he; World'sFair city, a gar en Iedge.tbaje >,, .Semj-Weekly Tin es-Uniori 1 'oJ

.try ,'Squirt.V'"K! \ almost to nudity' but copper colored Of blooming 'flowtrs and spraying' fo i atains. -. therein expr ... !
skins long wavy; tresses, plea'sant featuied .1 > _.' -. In witness : ,; hereunto wit'
v. T
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'The ,Duke; ; one k the ,few .faces and ne physique*. .even' I'1 i St:: Louie, like all cities, 'expcricn set my band and officialseal'', this 27h .- Weekly Metropolis Semi-Weekl/Times-

.'- land owners in, JGreal,Britain who-do, though; the stature be email. Among several l hot da.l.durin, ;: July,'"but er day of August, A. D. 19Ot. Union f. =; :: '2.00

r not'belierejtn' ; 'the; accumulation,of vast these and pagan the dog Malays eaters.area' They ue head are bunters 'sav I highest* 'temperature against M degree recorded registeby wasdegree ro .. .' S. M. TATUM, \ ; With Atlanta Journal twice"a week.: :. .1 12.25

estate For some years" he has steadily < .Pnplif State at lArge. "
aes.'yet bnve their,code of- laws", and a the tbenno'ineter at Chicago.the D f News '
,parted with his'land as opportunity tnowledffr) several primitive.Indus-' niue,day'" the mercury'rose' to My commlss Ion expires Feb. 9,1%IJ.: :.j\ With Weekly Palm Beach $2.00

afforded, holding that cine man cannot tries degrees tn. rhlladelpbia.'and/ s control ;large tracts'of territory to the 7rhe ghrjatlaa-'It alayeproduced'bytt j beat proKtrattt'UH were reporteU/)7i) :
Miss : Roosevelt daughter of the
.-best advantage; of the com, unity" seco f= a>e of invasion, are rep-s: |Sew York and Ikmton. j Alfwj Old subscribers must! pay 111 back. dues before
I The relative humidity show* L Prt'llident. j ad a narrow t'llt'a'p from y
resented by :tbe Ylsayaiis. a taU and I .
r-- take' of these
Mis* !Duel Von Kurtnda .the noted hand o/Je race/dressing well.:,thing in Louis to be about. normal Assnuil' : being' Injurd In and automobile'- I can advantage offers and 'cashIn"

'>'! Austrian besutjr, whose lo' eliness ,has prettr)Iomes. skilled in weaving, dyeing absolutely nag moisture to the atmdji- sloii Monda; plght. As It was she r advance< :, must accompany all orders for
phere to,be zero and absolute wetness 0 I
; will basket inking; bat making, wood. these combinations.
tnveler ,
been ertolled-bir many carving and' other'handicrafts:"musicians {"be 100 the relative humidities for 3u only badly i cared! and promptly .fainted ,
..: yistt' tibia: win er.. mean 'I taken from-the records of more th .' i
the lP'Oup'
of merit. r
no one '
; l. bit 18 Tears pld 4 and alrea: Iy 1*,famed of natirea who" came early and thoroughly .twelltr years. Boston show 70.6.'Ne '" ADDRESS'l'1 .

> all:"over: Europe. Her ,fa ler'. U confidential under the Influence of the early ;Tork 72i Philadelphia 68.8 and :: t -j ,
.,adviser! to Emperor Francis Spanish settlers. 'anti '&4.0. Chicago GC.O snd'BL Lou The'Mode I Land Company has'rent

'Joseph Oonstit' General w Servla ,and Very different, are the Morns, who 663. The same, degree of.tat In t ed the houVboat$ of Frank A. Rowleyat

... Director General of a large .steamboatcompany. swept into the islands from the Malaypeninsula ,l j'pla'ces.with. different d tees of himldlty the raUtoad.wharf and it wlll'l. *, Miami Metropolis.
would, cause ''It to seem tbt I "
last of all bringing'witiithem
I take pt to the sfc.Lucle,,river, where 'it!
,. their Mohammedan religion also hotter at the point of greater density.8t' ,
t ti j will be used'as a temporary home forEn
;: Louis may therefore{r1PU1.dsr '
Francis of g1inpo'wder.acquired 2
acknowledge ,f -
'(.1 David> R.. President of _the with the Koran from the Arab*--fanatic to b*' a' summer resort |thls;BUmme 1 I *. Frederick and }his!! staff:while .. ,

.1 SC-jLOQia; Fair ,corporation. e-Seer like their teacher, pirates, bloodthirsty pcsttlvely one of the most comfortabl \i the dredging operations are belng'ear-

, pry of eae Interior and es-t]overnor treacherous and vindictive, f.. and delightful.. 'place oa the' map....'; n nIJ ried on between Stuart' and White Citjr.
-.* Mteourt,'beta life a* a newsboy I 1 Tropical Sun. l> "- '
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Ii. .. . . . "'Section'24 .
.Soth.e -, RailvvaETTECTiv ArtlcTe'm of the Coast To' --
.;.., n \i!' j Mutton oTQie told that physician*. .recommend'yawning
HAY 2919)4.( I... S'. WIL' O State of Flo1da to hereby, as a remedy for disease 1 i
.' amended. so u to read u follows .
; ; : would make ;some people'smllelwlth!
East; ;:aao North.adWaat ..lILv.Jac..lOoU. I 1., Section 24. The '- '
legislature '
s 'Co tractor shall establish Incredulltj. but it la a fact, nevertheless

v ack.oolll._ : ,.. ; .tut 8y TCp .... a._ -So y j ; art Bitild rI \ a uniform. system of county They say 'that. muec tea'are; j

Lvb.vaoab.Lv Jeaup- ..:.... ?.r xa8o.. ay Ry 1294.sip& Ar Lv Jeaup Maron,.G.Oa._. .:___ _..So 80 Ky R, 19101 a00. I ., I -:." government. It shall divide municipal brought I Into play during a> yawn .tf
Columbia. .. ,a..ko.Ity oaaBa AratUnu.Oa..,. ... ._ _._ '' ities Into classes _
80 Ry 62oa 7. _. of not more than four that woul.d'otherwise never let! '
Ar Charlotte. any
.U.1Ar so. Ry Ar Rome, Ga. 80 By 7 sea: -- j
Grermboro. ,_. .. 12 SOp Ar Dillon Ga_ '._ ,.._,. __ 80 fl,. Tina :' on the basis,of population; It shall prOvide exercise at alL The muscles thatjnov ,
Ar I*"**"* So. Rj SlOpi.Vip Ar _.$ II" '
: CYYtta.angnlTeon. *4&a.QACl
., ,, Ar ,. .._ I| 620i740i NOVELTY I for the relncorporatlon of each the, tower/Jaw and the breathing rus:
Blcbroond. ." J j.LAr .. ., .l'olt, 1421'. Ar Cincinnati,Ohio__" .... '-Q..CI now-exiating'munlcipallty and for'th*' cl Ips of the .chest are the first that .
LrrZJln6lururl. _. .. fin'resldencel '
Ig Four 4
..,.."" ........ : ... A' 4up Ar(0ieagnllt..a_.-:. Jill Foor ., lOa Builder i iof a Specialty. -, Incorporation of each hereafter Incorporated com!! Into ,use lathe yawn., Then the ?
ArCharlotteivmAr -..., So. Ky t sup Lv.Cincinnati O _. _.. P. Her. 8 ij ,1wiatei municipality into one of neb longue 'Is rounded the palate tightly
Wa-.hini.ton .. __ / '
ArChleaaalil. ,
PaLlim.Lv TWa ,
Ar Baltimore.: -.Jf __" Fk"lv i 1tl6p Cluiuauall.U '_ -,lioran for tnnrl.t., business blockV?>n Met anjtbln In the building fine classes and no lair; relating to the creation stretched. and the uvua raised N.r .

Ar Ar.JIuIa'tltIlIA.: -. ..... ...P:P-Rlt KR|i fan S41aVa. *rChlr.!!.., Ill .0. _... .. Cf1aUi 1"1'' .Anyone 4onlempattsgbsnding.. { ; would da; welSto jtonnuU m. la regard to plani sod.ptcitkatkini ,, government or powers of 'any the terml! anon oi" the*'1a.n 'the I -eye "
Lv I rncillUHll U.Ar _C H 1> 915p I Bejnr member of The Redden ""
M-N..blsgtuh'and'< 'Florida Limit......' Toledo.O_ .,__ _...? C H liD I xMDallyFaltmaa but Union men, I,can gnaraatec no labortroublri tpichanKe: work. Look and em mi loringnothing- municipality or number'of municipalities close.the ears are |jll1ghtlr raised and !
Drawing RoomE, tJleeplnr! Car;. A r Detroit}M I..b .::.. _c..L.C H & DlaUnn U 7s. I ufm. ,up or write me less than the whole of a class, the nostr Is ,dilate. The crack some, ":
iarluoaville to few York. Lv Cincinnati. 0.. _.._ 'a Ltuet I I
Ar PI't.burg. 1'8 Om ..., ::. I) tout shall be valid times head in the! ear shows that the .

Ialbro.g4..Th' | Land__ot Sky.., ." '' so.. to I Ar Cincinnati Clertlaud.1 O .,. __ ....._..:......Big BigFuurl Fnnr I I II -- X._ I Il Section 8. Article VIII of the Constitution menBrujes! are also ,stretched .It'aural

1. 'i\ _.._.'.. I 1.L..I.eJ"locloll.. gF ..__ Io! lIy 68op I f tl of the State of Florida, Is hereby and exercised, something that cannot. ,
Lv .......h. Ga-TJl; .. .lb.Ry Saky 12'1&a' --J" Louisville,,..Ky. .._ IIOR, 1 tp, repealed. be d!> any other'process., Nasal
Colombia.. 8.C.I.T_ wlk. .80. ky -SOOal AretLoul. o.R R, 7 i + ca neJ" of the
ArA.hevUI.. .VCJAr .. So.lh Not! IV-"Th. Florida IJml d." b.n) wild WitterPrea. Dade Coul tYAbstra" The votes, cast In compliance with sore palate, .
Hot Kprlur* N.C : t and earache
; +-Io.By : 0pK ve.ttboledtrain. thronnh enache*and Pullman o said may alb
AtisonilieTen; ,. :.._ i. _:3NOkt I Sleeping" Car*Jacktooillle to New York.. I proposed amendments, and the
helped' to and the
Ar Ixwl vl|) .I: i" ,. canvass declarations a cure by sufferer's'making
Ar8t.Ixwl1X .k. ..., 80. Kr 40> II ; and returns, .
x ArOBcinnaO. Ohio. __.. .as.-. Q a: C p .. 'NORTHWEST.. !Nat ,i .. I '- noo .A.d: thereof shall be subjected to the game a' practice of yawning sli: or
) o. _.II.U!f Rull'I&n' IMawin -Ruom and / "J regulations eight, Umquires s a,day. But good form re-' r
duel?Bleeping..,- ..C' r.:. era Jacksonville and LT,Fla_ ... .. _.tb Hy 7 Up j I II and restrictions as are pro- th .t. it be done In private of '
.. . ..
..0.-- LvJe.upGa. ..a So Ry.SoRy JO fOp JamrtM.JWsoe.Jr.VicePrw. vMed by law' for"general elections In I
.... .. .. -. ,
t ArfaeonGa I ro. .l SEWELL BU ,LDIXG course.
Ar Atlanta, G-- So Ry c hi : ,. tI.t.. FrA.-) the Stte of Florida. "I'
I. Ar Anniston,Ala i_ N. ..r.. 80 Ry10.. I" > ZfFurnishes 1 ,
World's Falr, ti ToLoalsOSoija'- Ac Binnlneham,Ala.' .'.. ,_110 I:) 11\ V* A In testimony. whereof. I have hereunto -
ArMemohlTenn. .. .. ..,, -Frisco.Frlw 8 ftp I aec rate and com etc Ab-t E DEATH PENALTY.I ,
i set myXhand and affixed.the great
ArKan'odly.Mo > .
\ Se, relIes
Salt ._ ., I \ stracts-. or of Titli) to any seal ----- ,
LT Memvum Ttrun w of the S.ot. Flo-ida' at Tallahassee
'r ,.'. ,, ;; / \ Tlot f orlnCT. Ark -T.I Ir cawi I land in Coun y.Ve own lIm let I thing '
A little results'iadeath
i .. No.13Tbe Florida Limited" \ I -\bstact: Boo: s 'of all the I nd Re the capitaKUiis' the first day of ; sometimes '
i a : S. L Potttrson( cord> of Dad County : -: :' : : : : : : August A. D. 190. \ ,-- TJiiis,' a, mere scratch :'lnslsnlflcant > '-',

Sec.and Treaa. j' I.. c its or puny bolls, paid
I L' ( S.) H. CLAY"lS A\VFORD, have :
H, : +tRIVALS/AT"iACKSpi11LLE: ; .".............n..a uww.'f u ...... '...JL of the death penalty. It Is.wise to*Un ;
+ Secretary State.
Prom XewiwIC:.Wa hlngt From Chlcagn J.}' uclnnatl.ICh.naaeoaoete-Nn-1' {, "Florida JJmlted." .:li a. i. .' Bu k1eD. Arnica Salve ever' bandy.Ifa ,'J

From from Ct.clntug'Aahetltle.Kaoiai Vlty teemQItlRlrdnx. tie.-So.:fl,"Ws.hlolttoo.hd.Limited.Florida"Llmited'I 9.45.. m.! 2Sa.m. : GEO. .. CURES SCIATICA. the lest salve' and win l

I. 'Eofand i-f I Tnp I Summer Tourist Tickets'now' on gala.C. j .- H. MEYEfcS, pre 81ltJatalltr. wheal, .Burns-Sores, J ,;1

St '' Rev. L;:- W., Riley L. ,U D.. Cuba threaten.: Only 25*. .
i1 "
.. LUSKKDiskriet Paisanger 'Agent, 103 wi -Bay St-, Jacksonville. ( *. t New York; writes:' "After fifteen days a-II ''d1gglst&. I ," ,

C. H.:ACIEHT.I Y. .'' W. TAYLOR 0." P:A, Contra c ting Electrician of exruclatlng pain from sciatic rheumatism -. f I I..

'. 8E..-EARDWIiK.| MTH.. BROOKS.: MORGAN, A.. G. P. A. ,.:' under' various treatments, r was TW S BETTER THAR oiu:. .' :i
fl' : .f'4 H Launch Sup lies; Induced; to try Ballard.s: Snow Liniment I :

: i Batteries.. Spark [Coils. Etc. -'I. the first application giving my readers Here's!11 a jaJnter xoiKwant for 'the to Urraorous save #J
money '
first relief and the entire
SEABOARE) lI13 C 3Iianii i Iorid. \.Write relief. and we now bow' to help yon. Wt '
\ > __.. ,Aynue : : or prices 11 can give it unqualified recommenda- can fix itjso! you pax A little more tba .
1 1------ 'm. 25e.. 50c. and $1.00. 'Sold by the pncejof! one pap c and get the twt ,}
.' t j '- -' -; ELECTION NOTICE.Contlnned of tlie In\wblch : .Red Cross Pharmacy. you wan The prIce ot the Daily '
county the court Isestabl "
f. 'Air I i. j .. Times-Union and CitizenVhas recently 1
'on: Line IailwayIF| ( ( from page three.) bed. and shall' bold! office for four PEOPLE.It been reddoed'to the following prices. ;" -'.J'

/' N r' '1- yeait, and his compensation shall be VT Three months':,... .....;...;. ."!| I II .

,' a "j" .... litho. hold; bII; 'by law. The sheriff of the county tUx mon ........ ...,.........'1 101 i
;, 5 FOR shall oBlce for four .tern, sh i| be the executive omcer Ex-Congressman Jerry Simpson, for One Tea?.....: _..........;-..? q ;
of said
The annual salary of the'Judge of !' merly of Kansas, but now We prppoeeto send you both tt*.
}a 'co t his a wealthy
Southern Pines courts shall be paid Qaarteny ; duties ani .feet shall, be fix Daily and Sunday Tlmet-Unioa aaaV
Savannah tColumbia, Camden, t : by th eed & law' HI' stock farmer of Boswell, N. 1U delivered and 3

1'1L11eit1i Richmond, Washington i,. B'! county,where such follows court la established, Uon 31 of Article! V of the Constl-- an adlresa at the Confederate reunion Citizen, ..for..J.jfl: StOne x
and shall tonntleeoleas
be as : In t at Canon Tex. !!.......'.
mil in of City He says yeas S ttJ
: Philadelphia. New York.: than fifteen thousand population, the.cute ol Florida, r"he're ram that he is determined to re-enter politics We will send \.i. '
tided so as .tor< ad as follows: Timee-Vmon and Citizen and the
thousand dollars \
one of
; and that;
his nomination : he
ltimilore by
't---- Two Trains from fifteen-thousand I(o tnmy thou' :tlon 3L"' All rules* of practice troy Mmtopotis.' y.
l Elegant; Democrats New] Mexico 'r-
r : : Daily. and population, sixteen hundred 'dol ern 'Bg the circuit coati shall be appli- toXCoasress &s delegate SIx months.for-. ....,......-...r' l M. s>
la assured., { t
Seaboard Se I. tars cab e to the courts of record. Changes ,, One l arj.,.... .t-e'.J| S lit. a
Express, i : ? : : ;; In counties of from thirty! thousand '" .,
of enue mar be had from one court j 'Thus for 25 cents more tbaa the
t :. J Mod .Pullman Equipment to'thousand to forty-nve thousand' population of i word to another: ourt of record or Countess IVstoI! does not agree wither price of the daily yon get two paper* .'
f. '. ,.' ":" ....1'-I .dollars; .In counties. of to tie circuit court'' .husband'lii all his theories, but and for fifty cents more: than the rep ,S
-1 1t I more than forty-fire thousand population > nnothep-eBIInJy she h.the world .which, worships ular of the Mrrabrous, yon gel I;

,:,'':"- 1 ON'L.:: .Y' 'LIN'E ,4. twenty-four hundred dollars:'and for the same Cause i. and junider/ue .agrets\w bird and is very -proud of him the Prier.WlekJl '!Times-Union. and .i"
lav provdlng nd the Farm and Fruit
'I courts i for ct anglnjthe Venue :
I all criminal of record: now eatirbIshed end very devoted, although her devotion Grower. "q4

f# sting; il''r irj>n.sleepers from' Jacasonrtlle to lew'Orleans. -- :In this'state, j shall c .upon the fro i ilrcuit he circuit con of oe county to baa, been;Iseverely taxed in several Send y ur subscriptions to nsl 1 I \,41./ ',-

? adoption! 6f.jthls amendment, become the court of ai other county ffhe ways Che has.,, pled yards of unreadable in advan,:e always at these prices., / r "
; '
Go error in h s discretion.orderthe : of TB> METROPOLISMiamt. ,'
-" and be courts record herein manuscript -o.:
I" :' .of as provided I while babies of .
r For full info 'i ;Gnl i dd.sleeper reservations, call on f? any agent of Jthcv. I ,. and all officers'of;' such criminal' circuit judge hai; ing jursdictlon oftb i various sizes were pulling at her shirts) : lit ,.,

; Seaboard, or. wriI courts lot record shall be officers of circuit court o', any county to' she has translated books Into' three .or
.....,.r. .' : ho a special term a-court of record \ J/shOb.
f I'such courts. rand discharge the duties off four languages, aid has transformed White'ail le. Bat e

.. A., 0. McBQNNELL Ig'.4 igt Jacksoafille Fla and received!! the emoluments of. such; Df ich county,'*for the purpose of try- all Eorts'of garments to meet. the needs :
In icb In FonrCliii irs. NoV )
easel 'wjhich'the Judge of itiDll
j t until the expiration of, their'present of the changing sixteen her children. r l W.-
t' ,S i{ BOYlJsTON.1 .. ;erni'of o111csSection .' r th |.court of record'"[shall ;-dlsquall- Bet Service' in. the City. .. _
C. Jr. Pass. '
; / I lie Parties to any at law In "
'" [ I ., 25 of Article V of the Constitution'of a Andrew Carnegie gives'a bonus of 10 A. .CO.FB'V'' .Proprietor : '

I. -71 I : .- ." I the I State of Florida ro rt of record shall have the same per cent upon nearly wagesto' all employees ----J\ 303 Twelfth; Street. ,:jJ ;;
I by amended so as to read M follows: rI pt to:trial by; mud ;es ad litem or by upon the Sklbo estates who are \+- L : i it

: r" A"H : ,Section 25.,' The court of record shall re ees'as may exls under the Constiin total ,abstainers from intoxicating "
T I (iffY the law in liUN6
j. ; N:1.:1. hare taaes exclusive..not capltal.jwhlch Jurisdiction of'shall all crimInal arise- C 's on, in or clrcult counts I of reference- may if' \the to worth drink.lie. their believes.bonus both that such are well economic ,1 ,tLv RATES 't

r. 4i and In'said county, and of all cases kt law 'Juflge ot.,, the'.. courC,! of record be' dlsquliilfled and a social standpoint c.,,

: -I In.whIch the| demand! .or value.of the transfer' the cause to'the circuit I T : / \ .
.. I now in of the best. ', court of the In which1'such : .i
I. iave my employ ope' J f property does not exceed one thousand cotjnty, END OF BITTER FIGHT-/ 1 .. I -
,- drafts an in,! the South and am better dollars: '''and( concurrent with 'the circuit c fkrt. of record may) be. A i I l .
I preps ed than ever for' furnishing->!. tlon 32 of V of [ .ou can save money' 4
shall' have exclusive ArUitle the ConS !- .Two. physicians had a long and .
1. ; and de tails tor good buildings, fine cabinet i- court. jurisdiction r>y ,subscribing' for
t I I fa
t Ion
of the State of Florida
proceedings hereby stuborn fight with an abscess on'my ,
wo -k.-etCr 1 am- now; headquarters of ; relative: to force .he .j
w aqt
papers .
4 fox, : tunnedWork, scroll sawing and all .- entry and.' unlawful detainer. of a. ended. So"asi to red, as follower right lung," writes J., F. Hughes, of 'you I .If .

wprk U1ma11 done in.-a FIRST CLASS lands'arid tenements! !: tlon 32:: .Court or record abet! bea DuPont. ,Ga.., "and gave me up. ', : ia

t: 1 : I f planing mill Section 26 jot Article V of the'Constitution lisped by the Ie' Is1ature only upon crybody: tho ght'Il/ time had com ;.. X
-' a tltlot of a' i m rlty or the reglstt As a last resort I tried Dr.. KIng'l.New -.THROUGH : TIlE"Metr.oPo9s;; \
: of the State of Florida is hereby >
e your order for alid window Z amended read t.d voters or the ount1.-wheresuch: Discovery for Consumption.. The benefit -
t; las to as follows:
t.-:. 'I | f frames' ballusters, bracketsXetc.ahdjbejconjvinced ? Section 26. ieysbaM be .six terms c. IS:eaubltshe1ARTIC: .. f received wad striking and I was '. .

" MIAMI, FLAw 1ft. the court" of record" Inl each. yearSection :' XXVI on my/feet n; a few Cays. Now rv ,

tl tt 27Jof Article of,[the Constitution ht-the follow g amendglenti to entirely regduedFmy health.! It con- I. F!

j tt w \ I .. of the State of Florida hereby 9 ti ion'20;ArticleI and Section 24, quers all Coughs.- Ccld and, Thro I \

,. .-, -Ii,'--;TWUWU ------'-. amended, so \as'to read 'as.follows: A tide 111;and .the I 111I. ot Section 8 and Lung tto bles.. Guaranteed by a'l : \ -jive-you> I

I Section %71. There :Shall be for each o ,Article VIII of I Constitution p1t druggists. Price SOc. and f 1.00. Trial the Daily Times-i j'

court oft record a prosecuting'attorney: Stat of Florid and are Jiere- \ Union audlla
; \ i ,
AreM6jJ@olng: to Byild ? bottles free. \ ; y. t .
to be n mthe f ]county; solicitor, who b, agreed toand s II be submitted to't ', I .:\ETR.rotlf. .for. .' .:::'

:-- shall be appointed by' the Governor electors of the tate at the general .. $10.00 a .'.
\ jearvor,
I election to be h d In November ,
and confirmed by the senate, and who .1
IF ;S 'O IFY U NEED.BUILD.'MATER.. : .' to-wit In the Circuit Couri'Seventh botbtor6m.nths' ,
D .
four 1904.
.j shall ho'l4onlce. fort 1 ( ears. His : ./ i .
4 lAt, QE. ANY' KIND j you. should not. fail to see co'mpensatiot. shall be, fixed\ by law.Section tlon 20. 'Attic III. of the Canstn Circuit .of ..Florida' in and for. Dade for five: dollars. t "
A I ;3 of Article V of the Constilution a't the Statee f Florida! llll hereby County: i .

": : off, state of Florida l is hereby. : a ended. so as'to r I ad as follows: ,To! Whom it :Slay: Concern:' ,,'

; :J JI A,,,I MCDONALD & ; CO. ,: amended, soas. to read ast follows: Uon 20. The l Islature shall not to Take apply notice to I the: That Honorable-It is my :intention\Minor S.' : .

Section 2& All offe ses tiable! In the P IS specIal! or I WI In any ot the

Dealerels u'umber' lath, ShlaglesMouldlatsCaelagsBrlck; courts ,pf, ":recorf.-s 1I 'be. prosecutedupon f lowing enumera. d cases; that Is, to .tones. Judge' of the Circuit Cohrt'of : ale.:' Daily} ,
Judicial Forlda
Um.,Cein Mt tPlasterHalrEtc. Yard and offlce.Ave D and,mb St.,' Information un er oath and maybe s 11'f regula-t1ng t jurisdiction and theSernW Circuit of : \ .
any: whetber.the ties of arty claa of officers for for an order for the adoption of a certain '
filed at time { court or
,I' I minor. child, towit:..Alvin D. Jef- 1 '
11 In aeeslbt4'or not/hy. {the cpunty solicitor. e punishment c qf crime or misde- frays That said .application will be ; I11e.ttopolis .

., but :the grand Jury of'the cir: ; fjeanor! ; except fof!the enforcement of t
t Ala:; )tic Coast ,Line. suit court for the countY in which.saidCurt I bedal local laws} egulatlng the p'racrce made on londay;.the th'lrd day of October ,' / I
: '
A .D. 1904, at ten. o'clock fci the aaJ -
of record U held, mayn diet ,for of courts-of Ju itice; providing for I "
I (forenoon or as'soon thereafter ; -
as coun
I' .1 t
'--' i -f offenses tri ble in' the court of retord. anglng venue oil civil and criminal r'Semi
n I
sel be
Quicken! time, mbet xde1tent seivlee North. East and 'West via 'pou'tbe finding oil such Ind'lctmenC! :; isea;;. granting die irces; changing the can heard I .t

t.1. : ATLANTIC [COAST LINE. The Famous New York and 'Florida Special,i if : tbd, circuit )judge Shall clamp or bail! ames of person i; ;;vacating roads;' ( / )' L. OSBORN, Applicant. i;h'eekly' ; '
Sigut- .. .. Miami Fla. ,
; solid'PuUm train dt Compartment sleeping, Dining and Observation Cars,', the accused For trial In'the court. of record Summoning'and em lanelling grapd and ,
liE SER .
;c. electric lighted throughput, eaves St Augustine:dally. except Sunday at Ui' ;'and the t uutr 'solicItor of 'Bald tit Juries, and: j providing for their Attorn for Applicant Times. Union
A. jLarriTiNe{ r Tot 4:45P.'M. following days; court shat -Immediately file thereto, Jmpensatlon r for sessment and collitction : ,:
| j August D.'l904.
I This :31, A> : J. .
, Florida jpnd West Indian Limited, carrying Drawlng-Rolm Sleepers and sod formation'baaed: upon such indictment of t&xes: fo state and county : I ;'

r'c Cart,} lure ;. 9:00 A. If. daily ntre New York 1:00 upon, which' information: 4dmunicipal"pur ones. .:for opening ,' -n'1C DE PREVENTED. I 5.5O)' a

f P1L fonowr.C days ( I r I accused' shall. be tri d.Section ,. id conducting'ele tons for state'and frho' startlprivtntlvelo i ng announcement that a r. year.
aid Limited solid Pnllmaa train fining I'. I. I !>unty and munlci al officers! ; and for '
Chicago ; jFlorlda of Sleepers,. and' .20'of 'Article V of the Constitution r suicide! had been discov

r: ObMmaion'Cara, learea JadkaonTtll* dally at >10 A. at, arrive Chicago 4:00 .of th* State 'ol Florida Is signaling the pi'cea'"! .voting; for ; cred will in erest many. A run down Weekly Metropolis '

P. M. following jday. JThla I train carries SLLouls 1 .Sleeper. arrlTlng' St Louis aereby amendedr;so as to ,read aa fol- ;,Me'sate;. of real eat te belonging to m- system or despondency, Invariablyprec ".' ,

,1:" P. M.; t tJ| : tl "' :: towsj' I n r' ; estates of descendents and fnallaboring de .ant :Ide and something! basbeen .

Dixie "Flyer I laves ..Jacbo1aTIJIe S:05: P. M. daily, carries thnmghalearen L.Section 29, There hall be no county iisnder'legal disabilities found I h atlwul prevent that, condltloa'which e andSemi i.'Yeek11

f to ..Chicago rind SL Iaab. UlTlIICChlC&IO" tU P, It, .St. Louis court In any county: ) where-a court of ; regulating the.fees of officers of makes suicide likely.:,':Al TimesUnionboth '

iOI.A. M. Jon 4 informal '
effect' to Invalidegitlmatliing
,The qultkert Tlnaby| four and one-half boon to Chlcag*,;Mrira boon tooin I '..Section 4 j) of Article V< of the Constitution glWng oeds r' wills or child bite Electri( Bitters. U being a great 4 -

BL t.oall,''( II. honr to LoulsTine, < e ; i tonic and a rrlne will strengthen the ,;I' _
, ... I. ., of the state o4 Florida Is n: providing fi 6r theminors", doptlon ofc -
newel cad )mId up the system.. It's Two Dollars.
;:& !
Ma': El.eservaUOr1S: so as to read u follows: tldren; relieving] from legal also a grei: ; .stomach; ,Kfdnt'J'and .' #

., I / .Sedan .80. ,The.. ;clerk of the.court otl,d, bmUet.d, .f r the es, lllhment fivr regnlitor.: Only JOc.. c,; Satisfaction .
: :nD'tV. .record shall be elected ferrlet.: ,
Jrp by
,.4 ; ; t the ,! .1 i <, -gnarani red; 'by' all- druggists. j:
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fOKMXVSSASVBATTUFltlD. sefts-fand (that. destroy. < ur --

L IA9q: rl NA'.CIT.t' f NEWS. ; j ;,. . cherries and entrant and .plums i nd" .j i 1' ,' -

( 1 ; J apples and roses. We will give jou .J "! jl !.. ', I

11"J!"". 1-' . 4Cdpuoued, from first pag4") .a our be songs and ;make ,the'spr igmore' '.. .:, ,
Fine Jpfflce rooms foij rent: Ind theMetropolis -- .--- and
beautiful the +
sw* 't- tr
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-.', ..... 1 building.r. ,. pose ofjolningrthe'Flrst| l and'Second: erji'to 1Tou.I >Every Junemorning w tn.! \

Regiments Immediately after)! they you .go'out into the fields-,- Oriole i Jd iIP \

The puat $ ikaT Sc ool.wilt meet _ill, have marched from the paraderound Blackbird and 'bobolink will fly'alier. FREE'T

f( it the ;+pot audl rlum tomorrow and for the same purpose] The you and make"the day more delight fulto
each S day e".t ter ntll We',work reks>*-ill' be service uniform, including -. you; when you go home tired at' ( n \

,.' oat theI. r h ;II I" twmpleted 1 I. catapalgn ba ." .- ;M5am \ I d wn -'Yellper( |Sparrow will 'tell pii! .

; Smith, a corporal :'In the St., how grateful we ars, When :-you' islt. : =TO THE= .
,: T.; T 'eltch route Iageat ot the Augustine Rifles, was severely |cut In I'oil Tour porch after dark; Fife 1 rd 1

'. .Southerni: EYpr CO. with bei.dquar- the right arm while assisting a St. Au and., Hermit. Thrush and Wood .Thr ish

tern la'2L Augu8 tae, 1Iln) the city today .- gus( eboy: who got Into trouble I 'will sing to and'I' I
:; .some : you; ven poor W :ipfxorWlll -
I irld'sfairI
'on busineu.jl! = with several t members:of the Tampa \ will ,cheer |you. In a Ii jib .St. louis i W

I company The man who did the cutJtlng v.I!I ill [the birds wlU cometo llv< Up =

"'--.Qn ..4u t,of; Abor )aT.thq meet- at ,tie]: time/did not.1tD W -Smith II d sachusetteigaln, an:* every lj dy

jug rih'e.Wlel Afte oon Club will lii who friend. assisting another I w 16' )loves music,-wlH like to' mak a ? .

w.,., eb poatponed'Un I" I 1 Tu aT afternoon WUt: A. Mac 'Illl ms, ot' the ,Gov I su mnier'; home' with you" TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY' .;

1, M the I alb, and pace.,. ern or tall laves'tomorrow- for i i t.
: :
}' Baltimore, where the will meet his:family := I FOR THE' ADVERTISERudge ;
I;- 'THe bistropQ41q) will give its
: em- and'prpceed to.St. Louis take
to In Thayeredltor of the Cli 'DI JNO'
I"'lona.Qnencelno. o Monday and the- expositIon. ] The'genlitl colonel is I ( tji |Age-itho. bas heeen- ws' r :SEWELLdSt. ORO.
m paper will be Issued a conspicuous '
Taesda afternoon, figure' at the camp. .1 editor tor. 10 -ty'yeSra/ In the s t;

until' ,;- I'' I fI t makes the-.,/oljo wing:! comment on.' :he .
'I .
if; .. SONGBIRDS', PETITION.; relative:value of"newspaper to the idvertlse'r '- r ,
,1. Bjioekadi 'su rlntenden of : y '' .. .
: j I \ "
: the Southej Express "In.Sa van- FamoiisLeglslatfvepocument. by Senator : f'GIance I over,this City and you irlll! '

-=,,..-, -. .F 'IIaf1. t. IIO, :'Ir the city 18 afternoon ,t Hoar' Reproduced. '' a cept as/a* truthful statement hat A Chance given with each Dol1A -

ateam,,1 Jolartlnlque, from a seven-ninths of the sales ; I
'I made
: uslness 'ct' trip to Havana. ; 'Now that the andt/especlany li/he '
peasure! country retalXmerchanta' lar
are'made worth-of
'toI ; purchased
:; : He wll ave for Savan ab. tonight ortomorrc the people of Foridarare{ interested in' dies! !> llence it needs no argumenjj a to :

morning. the. protection and preservation'of plumage ,.bolster, '

.t I 'JI j 'and Bong Wda.jlhe 1 appeal wrlt-1 a1 jveAiser up to the'sthtement'that.'for'get 1lngresults ffom the

r Mr. and Mi rIrfL: F Lyne left thisl tea! bY)'that venerable statesman,andlegislator. hl + : '
deeltising'he"must'reacp; i
u week loVMlamlwhere| |,| .they?will in future George* F. Hoar, of |Massa: ears, and eyes! of the !ladles l: ;thud .f Largest in they! city to ,selei: ron,
ji reside. Intends chusctU, supposed to be ?t: .
IMr.1 "yne conduct afid an appeal The
a large ![foundry, and'while their : front'":birds themselves, will. '"be I iof general ,most j"Tne'Invariably! women of.teaderaof a'jiousehold: apjj:alv ,qualify of. ,go \-kept; Is the best f

i -, friends pierej\ see them depart with ref Interest. The appeal, taken from. -"1'J'loal4ewaand '* ., that IS ..made"The ''prices'are.the lowest
keep ld '
: l.rrlah:' them ..ell. n 'the"ydaglejtrityf" aiTexchaage, is as follows:. for that j rpo- touch e".To..makl\" : frs -" f i possible* consistent* **' with i quality* of- goodsi.; .

f \ ; lath'Thna-Herald.. "to the' ,Great'Geoerat Court of : \ r.rlIbterest'to . .. -, .
paper of 'is, 'I; .. "
T .:. t'' .; i the Commonwealth Massachusetts essential} thecladfea ( ulte < 'J' l" '
I > OR 5icUN. '" }? vj <& > ,, '; ... :
li { birds .
# ;; 1ve the epaf-: of:; .Masiachu- ? j "- ..', r
1 A j : ofrea'ders < <
l' number
large ade
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/tjr--- '
setGa ielr s
and ,]playtellows"make this i f' ; .
11* rd about equal On Drainage : :
Digftog the:Big Canal at our hu .petition:
f[ For' > Plena L V ,"We I now more I about' you than you subscribers, and those" who .get, :' the I : Big' Lett of; Goods ,;

t 'The Fort Pierce News In speaking! think' do. We know bow good you papers I 'free. :, gratis I ,'. cannot, be tvfairly 4n' a ., I. .

t" the.cant a' 'being :dug at that place for, are. 'e have bopped about the 'roofs good medium, fonadvgrtise rto tr > being closed out at "- '.
\' land drainage'purposes Uy the F, E. C.RT. ., and I k ed 'in at the windows of tLe patroill .|,This Is true )if the .rdero ) .

r ,- ."CoU isayi: i }1>, homes' have;built for.poor and sick I the doellbot;;paper simply. glances* }it-ever ('!' :';' I cost toYeducc stock. .
'' and Jearn;to like '
II" rSuiday >ven ng.pait of the crew and hungry people,'and little lame and uledeiu rI ., 'I"' '
: ; ..
r ..afrlved jpd, the alan'were brought deaf and "dumb .'children. We. have I I The. erybeetcadvertlgin $ I'
the that toe subscriberlloL.'forward .
up Monday morning by : Engineer Fred built our nests ;I In' the trees and bung I paper\,' ,. ,r, .
S' crick afti his toieo. to ]each day in 'nticl ion 1 a {
three the .
1.0. Far- many a song ass we flew. about gardens -A V -
row, of!Fort Lauaerdale J. T.',WIg int.4 parka o flndtng.something new and pleaWng : : f- i
fa << and you have made so : This leaves no reasowhy should
r \ ';'
\ .ton. of] Homestead.; an c E. M.:. Jones, beautiful for your own children, especially read > ,r.i.' | .,, : ,I" .' you ;

l\ 'of Mtaffai. ,In all:! there, Ire nearly fifty your poor children to play in. when a eubecrlber! : learns jtofcbe: ;. _. ",. : f not spend your newith', us and get .aip .

s: _men. A1 I camp,[site wan located on a '"Every year 're'fly a great way over paled with: the paper'and,wlshe 'It .. -i..M.. 5 't' I Ck chance at. t b e'.- ree. th'you to fare

! 'Clearing j west"jbfj town and the tents the country keeping all the time where weJJ J 'then' will : that iublckUJbe' "eet MeinLoule."j' / r ,

'" :were pitched before"nlngi: During the- sun Is bright and warm;'and we friendly to i .tho'se" .that advertise l| It : I' : lucky and d o. not want to go to. .

r. .the'da#-|MrjFredericks;i took his foremen know that whenever you _do anything, and Very often patronize the merchant I f St. ..Louis"w will i purchase? the'ticketUGINAL '

;.: ofer the proposed'route'to familiarize other people all'over, the great land between because he does patronize the pape" r ,. '-, \ l of yo\i at 'THE' OH COST.

i' them+with'1''the work and he re- the seas; and the great lakes find, ; : : a. liberal. adUserj r- / I"r"

>l- turned to Miami In the evening I to look It out, and prtty soon will.', do. J' merchant that,stingily pd ./, .,. "
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,N i ; f after other work|I )i H the same thing.;' We know;'we know parsimoniously" nevi the- column, lot ; : / ", : tt. 1'

Tneid'morning the]Inrk began In We are Americans.; Just a* you .&r the!.paper'may'also use his custom' "'t. ,i \ ,", :11. : ,

., ,* earnesij' Over fairly+ colored men started Some of us, like ao'me' of you came I In the lame way-so many, of th, "

; digging the forty foot canal, which from across the great sea; but most of wouldVbe j 'customers think| .. '' M I -' ,-

'is beinj'|,put,through'on a straight line the birds like as have lived herera long -j "T adesmen'cannot': overlook the |iaportance .J' I "'- ),
\( I of ;Inquiring into bow TEACH RS" EXAMINATION. be in1':a ,hurry to poll stakes and "
from the Indian, river to Pine street while and birds like na welcomed I t, up INTENTION
0 NOTICE! or
:(, ,add. then veering alight y south It will your fathers when 'they- came here paper they;,Patronize stands! with I'I .t -.' 'I I move''because'"' you 'hear of the ..wonderful SPECIAL TAXES.TO LEYX .t
,go straight to the railroad bridge. The many years ago. Our fathers- and : familythat jreads'4t. The paper t th&t The'regaa r September examinations ,; profits' that someone 'else is .'
(. canal will pap trough the street In an mothers have, already done, their best, ,Is ..thrifttiJsippn family real for' teethe' n-DadeCounty- -='-' ,will ben making in another part of the State. -

I vs-, J_" t. entirely] new jI' place I sad the old stream to please your fathers and mother. against Its mild pro e' the school house at Miami I, Tuesday ,Or if a' neighbor not fag: away has madea Nptice hereby- given that the City

:":. : across\ f :a I'street will either be filled' "Now we have a 'sad story to telLypjj NI Per 'For ani advertiser to expect'resultsfront pepte her 6th, 1904 at 8-0 clock greet ;'SUCCet18' with come particular : Council of ,the) City,,of Miami Intends'
"; O'll entire kpaee It eared out and 'patronizing Jts'advert! k crop, | do Jump to the conclusion .t its first
t up Thoughtless or bad,people are trying I a. m. Pedag gy. McMnrray'sod The Metb-! snot regular meeting In Septem-
w, ,* '70 f(at bridge placed across It. Many' to destroy'us.. They-will kill us because fag' columns. ,. of.Recitation. All teachers 'who ie- [ that 'you, .can do '.. well and put. alt >er.'. A. D. 1904, which will! be held on .I
Iii' think ]this woo d be advisable: as It, our feathers' are beautiful. Even "The'paperLmust- be
{. would fonir n admirable'Inner harbor pretty,'and sweet girls, who we should | : f'it must be welcome '.1 fySuperlni. :endent Merrltt. ; at Buena | Reason. Two: pieces ofland, not a mile taxable real estate and personal prop

fo !''boat*in Ume of storms'or for think would be our best friends', kill _and|thll done. there I Is a bond'friendship' ,I Vista' Fla. I j apart':, may look. Just'alike and yet' there F jerty In said city for the year 'A. Dt

t' the useiof rln'la n bee! and houses our brothers-and children so-that they existing!, between the a ,. Z. T. Verrltt, ,j may be such a difference between them [ 904, as folows:. 1,_

ba ts.1} I sing L a harbor been assured -. may wear. their' plumage on thelrjiatg. vertiser and { e' person to whoop' q I ..( upt. Public Instruction I! that a crop of the same4. kind mayithridr I For fire protection, 'mills.- .

J last' J It' wonljl have Induced Sometimes people kill, us f nm( mere expects 1 to sel}bis goods Q'I. I -on one piece, and fail: :'on the For street' Improvement. 2 mUlL..

"three families' t > locate winter homes wan ne.... Cruel boys' destroy our 9 The merchan Who does not be I. 1 ASTERS SALE.. i I other Experiment in a small way and For school purposes,.. 2 mtUs.

: here.and spend four 19 six months tot Bests and steal our eggs and our yout gones. : lieve I in advertising his wares' is tray| I Under and by virtue of a /{decree see what can be done. "Don't put all .For building purposes, 1 mlU. ,

1' Fort Pierce: In lead they went to Eau People .with guns and snares lie eling a' dangerous path. If he has th your I eggs intoone basket,". until. you .1'iB. Rel1l7. 'k
of and 'sale Issued ; : "
I "
-"tallief! and'sir: ,building .handsome i In w<.to kill us, "as If the place for a : goods. and they,are sbch'as the publl. I are sore there Is not a hole In the bot- M.o 'it. Kellnm. President.T i
; I out of the ( Ircult Court of the- vnth .. .
'i.7 homes there. | bird were not In.the sky* alive,Jwt In want let them go Into the newspaper ,,1: tom'through which they frill all dpbp '
CI cult of Florida In and for'Dade .
}; The gentlemei in charge of the work o shop window, or under a glass cas >: and] tell the {public all ,about .it: H I I in'a therein nd- ,, cart" -lilarida Agriculturist. / i

,do not{consider( It'dlffijnilt,, in. fact Mr. If this 'goes .on much longer, all your must' possess the courage' of' his"'coni -count';" cause and LI pf, W. j r SCHOLARSHIP' CONTEST.f -
wherein) J. A. Robblns
l Farrow-said, to i i representative They the song birds will be gone. Already, we rlcUo{ .." lag Robbing' h I a wife,, are .complainants, H'I' COPT- ? The following' young ladles have anaonnged *
.News| j Wednesday that this .,was countries that to their
in other, to
are told some and E. C. L inler and Fannie H. Lanier;, determination trf
'easiest land han lest worn be had done used .to be full 'of birds, they are almost They area ot only ;talking of railroad 'the Bank of In the Circuit Court of the Seventh for the scholarship the Metropolis win
his wife W.N. Johnson
-'fcir the rajlitMtd In the two'years he gone Even the nightingales are building In Baldwin county, Ala Blaayue J. I Judicial Circuit of' lorlda'WIin give away on September tat; and each
:. ,' : L. He thinks they'' will ,, county;; of' Bay a corporation/ Lucy .and -Ior Dade Count,, .
has been wIttt being all killed In ItaiiNow Just west'orl| our, own Johnson, H'lllia'm D. Hughes, doing'business .. aska her friends to assist her by using /
: lie able to'' make fairly nridj'rogress we humbly pray that you will camhla, but If reports ie-true, they me + I i In Chantery. the voting coupon which appear 'la

:\\. but-expect. Ahst' It will take leveral stop all this, and save ua, from this already building a road from Bay, MI a | Lodh Hughes; t: Company,_and i bank. I of Bay Blscayn. a Corporation.. this paper every day: -
months : canal.-FortMews. ( Secour Bay. Ba' the Santo and Treat: Company, Complainant, vs. Stuart H. Hale. Dejfendant -
complete the
to sad fate. Yon have 'already, made a nette south,. o Boa the 1 MISS LEILA 'WOOD WORTH. .
corporatl : defendants un- .
:I'f f j a on are
Pierce< .- shall kill harmless MInnette Is on the,,L. & N. road at I '
-' a
". I I law that no one, will sell MISS DELLA.KITCHELL.
derslged, blaster In chancery, ,
!;" ; nests or our orth8I'D ''extremity of Baldwin 'count t.; Order of Publication.Up ..
!i, ; song bird. or destroy our of the MISS SADIE: NET AN..
i at public ictlon. In front CourtHouse
L. Hill/one, of the most .thor1 Will please make'anothethat and the.' projected road is to run: i >n application ot the complatnrn,
eggs. ,you doo 'at'Miami, Florida during LILLTE STE1NHAUSER. ,.
; eugk posted [men on'farming .and shall wear our feathers, most due south along the western ,si Ie I by i s' solicitors, Patterson ft > .-win,
aortltulture in this] section of the that n'o'on wilt kill us to get hem? of Jthe county! till, it reacb ti",Don Scour $- h< lurs' of sale on the first Monday it appearing from jibe affidavit of W.
; so in Oct ber. A. D 1904 the same being .If 'there are any others wno wish toenter
state [which means that he Is one of Went them all ourselves Tour BaT a' mall arm of Mobile Baj W. Erwin one of the said .solicitors,
thethl'd day of said month to thehighest'an I the1' are losing valuable time
'the igost practical In Horida?has Just girls are pretty enough with where'termlnal facilities have beencued. for aId complainant, that the refend-
pretty best bidder for cash the and should>> notify us at Thisscholarship
t.- rein Jipd'from a vtelt to Hawthorn, out them. We'are'told that It =Agettleman' who received 's a ant Stuart. n: Hale, has been,.absent once.
Rochelle Mr. Hill states blackbirdto i' ,--Mowing [escribed real'estate of the from the county for moie.than sixty will be given away unconditionally
Windsor and for to do it as for a information r first hand ysterday,
you I
Y easy ,
) defendants E. C. Lanier, and FannieH. on'the date stated and :'Itcosts
that we prospects for tton yield were whistle. jc urnalrepresentative't t + days next preceding application '
sp prmed" Lanier Ills wife ana W. N. Job "on. 110 one a cent to try for ft.: See
good,'In l the sections 1 v,sited;and that a '"1f you will we know how to pay you the! partiesrbO are building,this rdd pade for this order of publication andd. that

d i;: ,grea'( Bea} of tb nHJo crop was about a'hundred: tlme--over. We will teach now'! have enough money in- a Chief oI lying and being in the cnnty of thereof I the i esldence of said Stuart H. Hale Is r-Tra ili i -
State Florida
.1' 'liaturf, bitt the caterpillar, that children to keep themselves clean bank complete, the; line and t at'' and Qf or so much : unknown and that there Is no personin i I1 |
i't your is sufficient said decree f;To ill Friends of OrganIzed Labor.
may be to satisfy -
playing d ,r State the service of subpoena! .
dreaded enen* of the plant and neit. We will show them how to men sire now at work ,grading the ., t. a '
-which should and c ts.of sale, towlt: Iin whom would bind the ---.----
f" .. bay th later p. live together In peace and love and to I.-. .Pensaeola Journal. \ chancery upon .
now hie growh In al Its vitality. He do' In burnesta. Wewllbuifd Lot Tw ve (12)) and the west half of said defendant 'Stuart.,H. Hale,. and;!( We respectfully request that upon, ,,
; ;: th t th fR pillars have !nvad agree "as, we .which' will'like br.,"Thomas I'Herran, who representedColombianBovernmtnt lot thlrteek- (13), of block thirty-eight !that] the said Stuart H.; Hale is a per-j entering any store to make pur- .
'fates houses you .
; pretty cht f ; you kindly Ilk the clerk :
f'!" possession' + bIn (38), north of the city of Miami. Florida 1!son of twenty-one years of age! i I
fled' d tak n to see. We will play about your gardens th / at )V' pvef I' to show you his Lsiox CUD. ,
!.j.. f who have a map of said city;, It Is. therefore ordered that the said]
.. the tithe rmers and flower bed-oureelves like on for "several years up to the B 1m. ;
",. tb !al de of the ques- I[flowers on wings- without any cost to ama.Incident, has died at Liberty| N: made by tlng'to' C. E., and re- I istmjrt H. Hale be aid hereby re; LOCAL' 'Z79RETA.L
ono now prayln solution i corded in .of the Clerk of the I quired to appear to the Bill of .Com 'LEIi'll' ISTIRXiTIOXAt ,
.. sing a you, 'We will destroy ,he wicked in Y.j after an;extended illness ir Dade PaoTEcrlvc Am, H-iiTiox, MIAMI.- '
ilacked a arts a, "Ircult Court.In and for county j plaint 'filed In the said cause, on 01

u., p 4t is extermtnati g the peat r pfd. ; .. . ,.. ----j. ---r:-" : -----,--' .tloridL I .I bet' Monday,'the 3rd daT'ot October, i I .

lante w ho hive aed H. F. ATKINSON, 1A. .1944. otherwise the allegations ol 1 -
{\ ; y.> ., clarFal p .: .. Corner Aveniie B iaoi llth :'Street.'THE fG.A.MULLCR : -": I Master IL Chance! !
tils'i that It if sure an start T 1 Bald bill will be taken as confessed byj!. I

death to the Insect, and feel sifre that Patte p k ErwIn, !|the said, defendant i eta'
1e. i '' i
1 r1 been riddM of the fast. He ', i. ': Proprietor. Solid 'rs for Comptalnants.. f It is further ordered that this ordeij (!
uol positive but thinks that one part I IT-u, .. 1' .., ,, I be published once a'week for,eight cofr 1 I Real EstateInvestments

.. etih is the proper proportion to toe ,"Ever, section b811 Its peculiaritiesand I serutlve weeks In The Miami Metropoiuj {i I
on&> ahth( desired'' effect Mr. Hill to be ter. adapted to certaIn crops ( {* a newspaper published In th,1 I

tat |.that/on jthe first crop the pickers ,1.SAN1 RLOSt than It Is I others, It.TOU are seekinga county- ot Dade and State of Flortds4Dated -

Phard)! at work.. and s great many load for.a home.In Florida this 8th day of August. A..D Tkit Assert TrWlbUt ktam.ftVsfak. .
l are I
i't I bal4 have already been harvested and makeup )rour'mind what branch ot 190*' !' ..

J\! will keep the pickers farming. rdellinc or truck growing (Ctfct) E. 9.AR13ORN '
... a glni ed. This [crop I ? f.ktllras. haute mt Isety
L jusy' a next six weeks but In rontnYIke ,llpeeIdl0yeetetL5OpefdaYaPdIQ. ', JOu'wI To follow and be lUre before' ( Seal ) ,.Clerk of the CircuitConn LHIRt OWt( TAUN Of
o it that r"the] yoang'crop is destroyedo : : Special pee week la Commercial ,, r TOO: lettl I that"the. sail. climate. and I In and for Dade County l'lorlda.I ,
the aecond gathering will, FMM e0111 I" shipping ,aclllUM are all adapted,.. tothe / :
naged 5
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fft hrfja.
.al"1i65. kli I ou
Gainesville > troP 'wllh to plant Patterson ft Erwln. 3m I.2 mesa
be. UtUe/toMecjuence. t -, .' .. not 5nf. n.w.
& ... .... f located Go .
.u. I are already Solicitors for Cbmplalaaxt.
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