The Daily Miami metropolis

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The Daily Miami metropolis
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The Miami Print. Co.
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October 20, 1904
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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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He Declares That Parker Is Going Jn ..... West Palm Beach Offered 104 1-2 For .
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ri .. i '' 1 jt. >) '' '' Their City Bonds.


1 New York. October 20.-Gen. Nelsjm council meeting held there Tuesday: : .
.' A. MU. was an early caller on Judjte f> ;;,. ; night: : I' v

'3! ..j_; I'Bj Parker at the Seville Hotel this moQ- Chairman Sirkla. of the finance eor.-I -.

Ine. He remained about twenty mn- -vK'.* -* H .
); ( mitten reported that the bids for the i I ..
Judges Schooner Bound From Jackjwfijle to Nassau Goes Down in Gale
utes. When he came from the .$9.000 luue of stieet bonds were opened

.. Thirty. !. Thojsind ,Men- From room he' said: "I believe Parker |i I and is Now a Wreck at y HpbiSpund ri: : :: -Story of the Appalling. i at the time required by advertisement Ta Many Convicted I Offenders 4 s

4 When the .
Other Corps going to be elected. honest and the following bids were received:' This Morning '

-i, I rotes of the country get Into a booii Catastrophe as Related bjcbarles H: Weller, a Survivor. Dade County State Bank. 103 I-%, or : I. .

alone with their conscience and G& '. ** ;., *:* $315 premium on the Issue.

;:t, : -, ? 1 l''i, they are going to"ut their ballots fSr y' ::-" C. B. FrankJe. 104, or $400 premium. I' -

"'J .,, for Parker and: Day!.." The other cafl- Albert Kleybolte A: Ox, of Cincinnati I i '

[tJWCItJ.fIre'na.saiW. KOd By Japaoese' ers Included E. J. Brown, member W thrilling tale of death ands Where, be did not know.: There followed -i 104 I.%. or f-.S3: premium.The life Seoieflu Passed fir Bvgbry-Olte ,

*,,left W-Hear t: Rate SIll, Retard Congress from MlsilsslppL t aster as a results', of the recent' 1'/t[ him the captain and mate and bid ol the latter firm was ac Us* But Jet Settetces-AJuKenn

i was made known In this city1.A '"I" two negroes. The fate of the remaining cepted.A *

1'tttueib.... .t Tw o Ana cs.t'H : THE COTTON MARKET. f night with the arrival of Chu. P: I white man and four;, negroes was communication from Albert Kley Are ConvkteJ aad.bcaTtenlei;

:,A'a' .. .- I: t. ; gleton on his launch Nemesis. only too certain. AH fire had gone bolte & Co. wa read requesting all ,
-1?<-....f w3o : -. -- I I Tropical Sun. Mr. .Singleton;had 1 down to theirr death.- An hour later data In connection with the Issue of -

.,. a t New York Oct. SO.-Fpturen opened the schooner badly battered came In order that their
1(,, .,Iw;" boerd one of the survivors of the hoods attorney
-:" 1 ."'Octobw ;30.-Reports from ajlrtrtti steady. Octooer. liT; November, 7t"r of the schooner Melrose, Charles through the 'breakers and was dashed might pass upon their validity. On In all probability the present term of J

aoBrce estimate the lag of theesVJeft'army bid; December. 991; January 99' Weller. The atom told by Mr.-We to'pieces on the beach Not a stitch motion the'clerk was Instructed: to furnish the Circuit Court will be adjourned

dailag'the"recent March 1004; May 1010 1 to The Tropical Sun Is aa follows: of clothing was left on the survivorsof the necessary' data Immediately. tonight, when!! Judge Jones and States}
cap ;,the wreck so the captain: and mate '
Attorney Beggs'will leave for theft k
nl death i The schooner Melrose of. 600,1
iaW $.OO m. "The Ruslan made
a* -a search alone the. short and
I ; three masts a British ship, 11ft. respective homes to spend the- inter
:h'teiaif terror IncreaseOyitht: /bond the clothes chest that was the vening time ;between. and next
'.. } -v <. 4 (I one week ago this thereWith DETAILS OF)
property'of,) n.. Weller; Thla...
,.- jr.1: of' mot'e'. ,bodkin notwlth-' DEATH'CAMESUDIDENLI a cargo of(yellow pine op8.ecJ.'with the consent of Mr. Welter Monday morning when the fall term ot -
.the. il&hU7'nmonIa by laaI ; consigned to J. PJ Sands, of N uesu court In county win be convened ,
and the mea wrapepd themselves '
11&ht... f. P.' .Her master Captain C. J,1 at Tttusvllle.
:Ute: dreaaMTaad garment of the VETERAN..WRECKHad N
ease remains
But one to he tried it
... Harbor West India,
IThe" Russian fottM I|have bw_..rrf new of of eight Island men. There dead. ,womaa aad,,.buried themselves Is that of the State va. Monroe Dorsey, r'

I try the krrlval'of f Lira thousand were la ,,the nand to keep off the cold. As
charged :
idtki'aiuulf'wltls'intent to
.,. aboard three passenger. Mr.:and, :
".;.froait tbs .8livetiteentk Vorp1;\ apottloa'oCt6iTeatk'Cocpe ChaiWeller end ln. HaUevv :Wit sons af daylight cam eta:Weller ex commit murderThe defendant was '
find ; ; pressed ala detemlnaUoo to seek aa- p'
arraigned thia morning and plead not
t aa English Church missionaryj. .....
I ..fOl'I1. wa suffering terribly ,fi
chi fifthUnd axti Siberian Corp*. Was besdb of Urklas. falls Oat cp aaa Wand.,W..L. she,wa*;: from his broke-ana Women. and CbOdrea Aboard guilty when jthevfoifowlag Jury jraaImpended
f and for want of to try the lease C I.'tAIL_:
arrive4receaUyr the Nice Ulanda nest the month of jSt.
i | Johns river:find had COSM to"JYule food aid .... Th crew!.Insisted that Whta She Met Sin la Barns'. denon. J. B. Brows. :A. T.. Dnval, W.
ratalbned; :"divlsioi Ww'coefwiit : rfisWafld; Yesterday Aftenwot | they,Y' on some island la the West
... f';to. G. Tweeden. ... 8.' MU1er and C.o.

r-'Jspawleft'H'.Heavy rain ...and Bed. Sooo. After1_.. her.young son;:Iq school and...." that ladies-but there i Mr. Weller j pointed out Sooad-OetaKsofWredt Halght 'The Jury was taatracted and is
an no palmetto tree there.
lthe -
"Impeder Atbt'moiementa'of I look after some boalaesa Intereati.:' r excused until 3 o'clock this.afteraooa;, r ,
;.,_, L,*,' I f* n : : *Jto And. confirm his statement when the trial!will begin:
o.armies. atae'.... ....;..4: :<../.<. kldr Weller was'returning to' that they' were somewhere oa the Immediately] thereafter'Jndge.
l. I
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nif G"._.._.,. -.r 7.w 11 I .L* resume his position as'the'power eqtae i. 1 Florida:.coast,the whistle of a locomoUve1wabeard Details of the partial wrecking of the called into Court' those prisoners who v3 Y
RDSSlANSJ Wm. Laeschof Larklns,, on of } house of 4
aLOWW 'l'O
HEAVY ; | causing the
dtlast i ; poor have been convicted of various
Veteran and the exciting offences
1 .little schooner -
__ respected citizens which position bti : ;
most highly
to fellows
to for
cry Joy. Five long
t :. S>..'fc.,-.t--- -w J- very i experience of her crew and a number during the teijm and pronounced.sentences
.yalt tJi.IJkq rm r, frost Suity. erenlng\.between :; fire. and [alb ter. Two years 0010DJaJ1 and weary miles did Mr. Weller tramp of passengers In Banaes'Sound on as foil wr.' 3r
Th irenD"4a-l'kt- o'clock of Injuries sustained by the fall alt the Royal and when within a short distance I
:;(delayed)- i
and the lower coast was brought to the Will Allen, j breaking and 1 entering y. g ,
; striking has
blow from his and I4 i nutty1
i north'ofentala the heaviest fr. Ing wagon J, Gilbert's Bar, he met two residents of i five in State. prison.4Hary -!
: 1J4. tiart'April city yesterday afternoon by Captain years
Rn41'ns bathe head against rocks. he took "
I struck the Japanfso Gomes.;Joshua Smith and! brother. All
Keithlarceiayj'one lath
far as loot lie U eooee ed. Mr. Leach bad driven from his hon4to tlmable J'OUIIa-.oa of English; .aaaS'panfeh Utl* time the broken armj; dangling at Price-Williams, of the the largelaunch Jail ;i- y+ar: *: >ti r-
F.rE.. C. county
';''leftapirirm7 dtirtnse the postoffic and seemed In his Bjual ":descent and during'tnemer 7. .: hillsidewas, -causing |excruciating La Breeza tending Ry. t
Green .
Will breaking'and
.:;' engineers in the keys j entering
good health. On his return they kcal been Tlsltlg theSUtea. '
OOassfan irony
U.I I\ t 00 the t.o'men led the ship- ,
Captain Williams that Tuesday years in.State'prison.
;J1 says
fonr'o'ctocfirtien Dui ,
tot it* 1m./eA: conservatlve'estijh the'"tiome'' : -. t } ... ;. wrecked passenger over to the Indian while the coast Jo Croff, breaking and entering with;
'tplaoe.r'h..RU 1a'ca_+.,''-1f & J.i.f:;J.._:--.Cartet;; fa4ytom.Jh..a.aCDt.hlt -! liwent: ,%"'ell,"n'tthe: \T. ,, ...,: r1y'the)' place4 him in aAoat.and morning coming up commit
:: Intent to
.!.. a" with Mr. Frank H. Haskell, one of theengioeert.jahoard a.fIonyKthree years
.. Ai9 4.J.1t') ..... ...
...-t,(. .A.,.. > : ;>. ; i'" ; ..started..tottow.jbacA: ; tto Co. the Sluei '
: -' r ;b* found tha Veteran Ja nrlaoa;? 33"C g
.,.!JI"ID&UIt more'dead on *e jound., Mr. Carter-rushed to his ag-, rues was ball> way acron'thjs Gulf met "
.;'': -; : ;. :...Ii: h..::jlet.. statue 'andtooli'him Into hlf houA Stream.: Thena driven ashore in the mangroves InBrnes JohnLlttK grand larceny elz'
io .
d ; rie 1 : gale sprang" up from Just-here is where Cha Singleton; Sound. Her rudder was gone' months In tho county chain gang-
't j3 tttJ' .J f'> and sent at once for Dr. Simmons w14 the'northeast and continued 'to grow I comes Into the story. He and Capt.
:: P : Will .
: : i and she lay edged hard and fast in Simmons, larceny, five years lot t' ,
-; ;JapaaeM to por tltelt total jca- upon her arrival, sent. to Miami for l. in severity ae the hours passed. Saturday i Geo. E. Andrews had gone to Jupiter .
the woods. The sails and other parts, States prisoni.j :-
lea At k 3tW. mi re thin three! Skaggs for a consultation. The In& 'at noon Captain Kelly admitted I with their launches lute! Friday tor also and the. Will.'MeKee'rbr, carnal interconrsa' :
"' of the boat were damaged
rde dJid,.woaadid.: rle. ere too --great however'and i- that the situation !was serious. At the safety, hearing of the coming of a with a white female' nnder IS of
and number were years
crew a passengers k
*;pertle*'hi many"case' suited:in death In:little more than tL time the vetsel was only fifteen rides hurricane. After the blow was over
I and age ten years (n the States prison.! '
2 I. unable to escape were virtually 1-
t\ hour after'the ,
tiiely nnihflatet m:ay"ygTT ,. """HiF": from Abaco Inland one of the Bahama Monday morning, Captain Andrew : Barney Barn iIli. petit larceny: three

";gamy.-ritm: ;,the. .. Russians, met t Mr. Laeech was conscious'' when !Jw. group. Just at sdnset the waves tietan determined to go on up to his place ship He wrecks.rescued he party consisting of months in the(county alL ,

.. Japane:; ,ab equal footing Thy. Cartee''reuhett. him 'and'-unaiware'ofcause asked w 'e ,rolling mountain. high and one I [at Tibbals, to learn if any-damage: had I the crew two ladles and seven child Albertrice How rd.| forgery, ;tYO Ae

harinig\strong'ji +- had happened seeming very high one swept over the schooner been done by the storm Mr. SIngle- years in States prison. {.'
soecttoafand I 3 ,
torfimUmevtongiit i of his faiL It is thought t capsizing It and throwing ton }
i;4 4QOa-t.Ot; ; .' every accompanied him and passed the John Howar assault with ,:Intent ta. '

( the.Japanese; [in perhaps he was attacked with dIZIIn ioul"into the sea Mm Hallen was row boat with the two men at the arriv-ing : kill, one year In State prison. i p

treDda-- ,The final retreat aa a result of uraemlc poisoning wbroused n.Yer seen but one ;
err/own!;, .? again the crew managed oars and man apparently lifelessin Jim Chlsolnk
n relatives who had given them up as burglary impris
the:. RnaajUna'waa... _almost.. 'a cranple'te t him.t'J,lose his balance.: c to'cling to the side of the ship and the stern. He stopped his launch lost onment. I .
"- *tII- ? -U 1' Mr. Laesch'was a quiet uuobtrui(Fe Weller and hU wife found themselves and asked If he I j
L ; could render assistance.The .
,'Japse.e:7!.''"' : t.J The ladles were Mrs. Werer of Capo Chlsolm entered the home of Mary
left army'.In: the German well liked by.all his neighbors within huh of the'eross-trees of the men said they would like some
Mavlna, colored, inthls with the
I Sabel, with Her family of small children city
have field :i and friends. He was a successful fr ltgrower forward mast The food and stranger
I'dayk e4tnred34 #hip righted herself water for the. to
... I and Miss Senie Doutblt. of Little Intent of burglary. He wa'discovered ;:
iBatitr_ of.ammanltloii.. : a targe r'' ,-owning -splendid. home.aad' carrying the two people In the a box of Uneda biscuit and some pot- I River who had been visiting at thalJ':1'"e. by the woman'* husband while In the
of fifes and eni hundred grove where vlth, his'Invalid wlf d rigging. .All at once the mast snapped ted meat was handed ont This was thence
Laesch'lJId : : and who were en route to Miami. act and attached him with an axe,
Japanese5; practically' fought. a son, Mtv Ernest a daughter Md came crashing to the deck. given to Weller and It was the first the life sentence '

-e aa before'LUiS YMICi -1'e' j jChjlneie'i I[ ,he has been living come years.'. fte Weller had his right arm around his food that Dad passed bit Ups since Five years ago Mr. Wever and his family Will McKeever\ the ten it .t a ?
removed to Cape Sabel. but recently year man;
i. ,- reiwrt::; beaylhw'torltb..Rnsatane'aloug also bee another daughter* in Adrlfa 'I wife'as they fell still clinging to the Saturday at noon. Mr. Singleton then decided to return here and make will be remembered ran away with a .

-. the HunLThe Michigan f- I cross-trees. ,It all went short
{ : was over in a min a distance but later told thirteen 'l '
"* his future home leaving his family year old white girl and was :
m T Jtpahese Tare, undecided < His death will be sincerely' I !I ute. Mm. Weller was on'the under Capt. Andrews that he felt sure there living with hef at West Palm
there for the time being. Beach
er.rhi"ext staid inadel by all who knew him. and aide when the huge timber the r
; struck was something wrong with the man About two weeks ago he charteredthe when arrest...!. The girl Is now In the soh
sympathies will be extended regretf railing and her life was crushed out In they had serfs so he decided to turn State reform sdhool.i
Veteran to bring up his family
CpOTmONSAlCpORTl; .ARTHU- reaved widow and children. a '_Instant, the body disappearing ,n back and if possible render further the After the sentencing of the aboveprisoner
Twelve since
i and effects. days
fAy The funeral arrangements ;. the ..yea. Welter's arm was broken assistance. He found Weller at the
The Judge Jones took the con. j ,
schooner sailed\ from there with the up
charge f.Und rtaker H M. |lt and hung limp. From home of Gomez '
Saturday nnWMonday the Smiths
? : at took him
tinned of the
hearing and
testimony .
family aboard. Adverse winds and ; ;
will | '
; Ukra;e1q.,The service be held : morning'the vessel drifted nboarcThta launch and started for this
morrow heavy rains detained the vessel until argument on the answer of O W.11l1ama M.
afternoon at 2:30 at the ,f erery wave washing ofer the exhausted city reaching here
at midnight last
\\ to the court's In rule I c'
i she encountered the storm when ordeij
or r ponitiontuu 1 ; Uy home conducted by ODe-or the Gtr- men. Later.another mast went over night Dr. Hood was sent for and at
nisi proceeding) Instituted d
by George r
t tUins rudder was Knocked off and the craft ,
ami tae peen damage ol n man Lutheran ministers of thls lodU- the side. This was out in the middle once vet the broken arm and made
Zapf the same was unfinished at
: driven Into the woods. This was the
eftrpto doboftt;destroyer by Ity. The Interment will be. at the lk of|the Gulf Stream where the storm Weller aa comfortable as poalble. the
B. latter part of last week and there the noon recess. f ,,
kln.'cemetery.MOHAWK raged with terrible fierceness. Looktag Later he was taken to )Its. 'Sproul',
frightened little party remained until ADULTERERS CONVICTED.Last .
Afters counter assnaaing ',' back at the experience Weller cannot and It Is expected: that the'hotel com-
rescued by Captain Williams.In night at; 11:30: o'clock the jury
October K.the Japanese cap- CONFERENCE f understand why the ship did nOt pany will send him to the ;hospital at
: the meantime Mr. Wever was dlstr trying the easel of the State vs. May ?
l the Iron:; railroad brldgetand.theis founder. It was 11 o'clock Mondaymorning St Augustine, where he will receive *
(1! with fear for the safety of hi-- Richardson and J. T. Osban. charged'
hMO S >
aonttt of thfl bridge; which ie Discussing Philippine Problems at when a wave larger than any the best of care and attention. I
loved ones, and knowing that they i jwtth adultery ':.rendered a verdict of I
yards from the nSJaliTfortre a.Mf sion Today. 'I j yet seen, dashed over the vessel and'swept' Capt. Kelly and bis crew'are' still sA ',
c. 16eai Ii were out omewhere on the coast, and ru'lty M: cha'twl. The defendants ,
importance o|. ca-ptarea tt every man overboard. 'Weller Hobe Sound near where the wrecked {
: 011 Ttea.'ar he chartered a sailboat ;sere at one tiken Into custody and
Nlmorning's :
fartihai they"curtail thV Roi- Ltie Mohawk Y.. October 20h11 found' himself grasping wttlr thestrength sailors went ashore and their case
ai- land Hted: to /fa: and search for them. ,;i'-onfin: <>d in the county all, where they
eessloa of
jln.nbg isslijLlhe.Japtnes eI the Mohaf born of de-patr. pinIn
an iron will be attended to by the British vice- A
I I At the same time Mr. Alex Conr.rl.i '\re btill held trjday while their attar
$I toTadvanW Jo trencbei on UM tpdlaa: Confer uc-e was devoted to l eronafdering [a.hatch. 8oonv he was In the consul; at Jacksonville Edward Sud- '
lirctbrr-ln-law of Miss Douthlt. ]"le.s. G. A. Worley and MaJ. Abnnn!.
A i en-
long nioantalnati : .of problems In the, breakers and finally was east ashore low. .
l L Is asswtea that the Raulae force pine.1Dr : in i r-Til. a launch and went on a like mis- re preparing: t motion for a new trial I'

W_at1 Port Arthttifaambers'only fir* : Fred W.'Atklnsori..of thelynPolytechate .! EDWARD DINED AMERICANS., ::! LICENSE FIGURES. :sloj of rpK<'ue. Great wag their joy I ThU case had been on trial all of the' ti
who I on fiajln: aI! safe and together the -"cek. and fain Surprise is expressed at u
militia Institute :
!men InciudinxI.tbe ,: !
ch li do ingjp !". duty, >Tfr'K&IC4 6'ted the Amertean'pnbllc school atti London Oct. 20.,-King Edward entertained i th'M parties returned: to the city. ;he verdict, though\ a general Impres- '

ea:clotnlnL 6 *u .POT* i ternikthe: Philippines was* the'. Eft at luncheon today at' Buckingham I The report of licenses Issued by the Captain Williams says that the Veteran JOn of guilt yreV\ails.

Palace the officers of the i Count Judge and Tax Collector or vill probably become a tola
and U>e'garrison; Is worn j out speaker.Dr..' Atkinson was followfd American Dade .T.
:the eeaalefs hours ot eznaatUi. b l- by W,. L.\Peppermaa, of the Burtitt I warships. now at Gravesend. county for the year I' beginning week, as she Is wedged tightly In the ANOTHER WRECK. j J i

raid figttlag.'XThe.towa Is fun jnf of.Insular Affairs, of .the War Depar The ''guests' Included Rear Admiral i October I. "*\\3. and ending October 1, I miigrovea: and Is badly strained and The fonr-ma-jted schooner James

'toldlers"aM dtitena.\rionr' ; meat, who in' turn wa* followed fy Jewell .and Ambassador, Choate. Several ,- 1904,I Ito shows that 542 license* were issued I that he sees no chance of saving her. Judge Dalllng. master, from Cardenas

I plentifnl and the"slaughter of leases General O. A. Ooodale. In aatng Interee-, 1 'leading British. naval officers were \ tramp merchants and other. engaged !A horse belonging to Mr. Wever is still Cuba to Palatk* for lumber la ashore

leaned donkeys fad food cootie address., JW 1. x' 1 alBO pre.ent: .The luncheon wu pr In and trade during the t year. 'aboard and It will be rescued U possible at Palm Beach i and la a dangerous

'. r" i._ V. lI vate, and Informal -I The greater majority of the license position. The vessel
: I It was light and ,
ajr-EASTWARD MOVEMENT' PARKER RECEIVED\ ,DELEOA .oi.i I;,paid ire credited to merchant, though I The Veteran Is a flat bottom schooner went ashore Uunjay night after maneuvering '

,. .-.-\ ,-A.Eapask 1 i CHAS. PARSONS DEAD. :the largest'amount of, money collected I of 14 tons and has been consplcnousIn three day to get away' from

Bt Petenba0eto3.rt'20-Ths auF JT.' iOctobef-: ; -u4'!. New TTork.n October' 20.-Chas. {Parsoawho I cam from liquor dealers. The largest the coastwise trade for a number lend. The crew escaped and are now at t'

'- of: Oo.tflld1OW Makdea Parker returned to Elopes this ;afte ha been at the head of,many mercantile stock rating la credited to ,of years at one time plying between Palm Beach. I! '

B ;'btu WBtM In military dsI noonl.e 'wHl.eome'.to.:New' To railroad-enterprlaeaAl'dted; here la Aniht the Hatehett-Dacamara Hardware Com 'this port and Jacksonville. She was -
that'the Best aetelopibieati can beA again lest Tuesday.. He received. tt-'" ; 'Mr..:Parsons began" .his buslnt-i UT. of West Palm,Beech j formerly owned by Mr. George Anderson Princes Infanta De las Mercedes, otAstnrias 4

Ibtto tte *Uard; but tet% day a ielegatlom item Connectkst.edd i career:at.Ctvannah; : and tcrred. art The total ;..collections during thelicense and later, by J. H. Tatum. and at and slater of King Alfonso of

> UuT JapMiMa-or Roslaas U:not ale a delegation ct..,Italian pemocrM* year* as president- 'of the Sonth. .CaroImi :I year amounted to 9H375 State ,the time of her loss she belonged to Spain died Monday .at'' Madrid from '

< %, !.' -* -".'. | from :*,,w York.! .. t'l'Y'a | Railroad..'' and ITjMSJI county. .license, *;; I Capt. Ray (!oodlng.a. childbirth. i '

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pines.'ndte sai4
I .;Referrtng ,!io th-
,, .J., ,i1tfE:a.y'. 3.. 'Ii' ,,I.Parker in his letter of acceptance. .saysThere : Carolinas have .no Uw' .against 'tit ;:sweet potatoes Is smaU. A small -

} .. to no prospect tfiat the $20,000.- working of .small children In cotton: acreage to being planted la Irish potatoes fDido oJ! : Abstract CoSEWELL

;wiiIopous.( 000 expended in the ffo&nase" of the mill 'He..u wrong a* to North which will mature In December, :

''f islands and the 165O& .OOO said to Carolina.: says the Newton paper. H" If\not killed by frost Two or three .'
Fs_ e..n, day tp&7. have been disbursed:frfil ever come was .wrong as to Alabama and lout tanners,Intend,to give Bermuda colons ZWeeRPIO'WA'I'D' ... :."
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1 .. '!": thetacreage j
T trial but win be small
.L L TAflN..vs back to us." Judge Ta& *ho was Governor Carolina too. If that to the war a
:, 7 'r5L f. IDJIII N6TN.fNwa of tile Phllipptnetfor about three Watson U talking up North he to misrepresenting Fruit and Produce News. JeixiN.jKiMS.Jr.. BUILDING, MIAMI FLA. "k

NII."IJ y, and who oughtrfto know, says the Southern States In a.
b years .
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which Intelligent
that down to May ISOJTpie Cost of the matter concerning any Furnishes AtNK
} 5 IM.-... et Ytallt.rtM. accurate and complete
;,.i .-aeeteejTe i';is ase..a+.t.mawr. Philippines to the u| tM States Including white man should be Informed.No i J. W. Davenport Wings Ky.. writes, stracts or Searche*of Title to any .

; ..'.ISt..ra. ....f,....abUshram' the $20,000,00 paid to Spain other subject ha been given' ,wider June 14, 150: :"'I want to till you I believe land in Countj. We 'own complete '
r ; .. s ala Ua4 el tte Osues Mates at Usrtst was 1189.000000, andjjiljat; since that utentlon In the South the last few Ballard's Snow Liniment saved! Abstract Books of all the land Re*.r i'
...&llera?. _....naiaai.CM date the civil government has, sustained sears than this, and 'If Tom Watson my life. I.was; UIIde\,the treatment o1 S. L. httertes. cords of Dade County : : : : : t. :_t .J* }1 1Iee t

?est;by ' itself, and the extrfaxpense for the joes not know of the successful fight two doctor's, and they\told me one oay > : and Treat. : fii
$irr j!1tK KaD..I'........... IM troops In the Philippines' has been $5- .'or this reform he la mighty poor lungs was entirely 'gine, and tht i i J.-I

lniI.1 & ........... USM'I' 000,000 a year. Accogjlmg to Judge ;ort of reformer" 'other badly affected. I all il. had a hunt:

OM Weak by Cantor!:I ;.......... Parker, who Is an honorable man the n 'ID my side. I dont think that I could "
Philippines have eo i ,Jus $670.000,000'and $<500.WX> SHIP ,ADRIFT. have Ived over two months 'n&er 1 t j

; ; ''IItTY11>aiatinl ConpiBj.ratea according to Judps Tart, who Is an > was Induced by a trend to try BUard'tSnow F. W. HAHN 1

gvi -made: known on honorable man, the \thaJ( been $199- Vnd in Line of South Coast Navigation Liniment The flr.t application t

+ "-- 1 TJCLEPHONZ.11-ZR.: Perhaps the facts ngght be obtained --- r bottles cured me sound and well \I< Architect and Builder 4
; .4J'nC&:'. .METROPOLIS BUILDING: i if from an omelal and it&Alzed statementIn A report h3 been I received here to [Is a. wonderful medicine and I recommend :1;

? tit:tad 4M Twelfth Street. I this campaign, however, the Philip- the effect that tile British steamship If to suffering humanity." 25cjOc I now hare in my employ one of the best tfi.

[Opposite. .Court House.THCRSDAy pine question 1s *eryfir from being a Kelvin, bound 'from New York for ) 'L For sale by Re Cross Phar draftsman in the South and am better _
J Buenos Ayres and Montevideo, was prepared than ever for furnishing-
1v -- burning Issue, and If nemory U not at macy. plans :
Y tf .. ... OCTOBER. ZOo 1904.. i fault the attempt toak;a It a "para- passed at sea three hundred miles east and details lor good buildings, fine cabi i
if mount Issue" In :t.JOO was a total of Cape Hatteras, abandoned by her The new Hastings road is now advanced net work etc. 1 am ,now headquarters
: ; trew. to a'point several miles from for turned work scroll sawing and all '
.ft2110B'l' DEMOCRATIC, : TICKET failure. 11 work usually done !' in a 'FIRST CLASS -;"t
Shell the
j -e- The Kelvin, with her cargo is valuedat town. bas been spread over ,
.. & >For-President. Regarding the lacigtsslcsl. speech of nearly 1600,000, and .a one of the greater part and it promises to be a planing mill .

f ; LToN8._ "PARKER. Congressman H filn| Of Alabama, the most valuable prizes left..adrift In recent popular drrreway. Splendid work hs; Send me your order for I doors and window eo ..,:"j'
Her which It madeup been done the construction of the
Ne&fsays "It
Jackson (Miss.) ; seems years. cargo
: l For:VIce-PresMent.
'ca that the southern politicians are deter- of agricultural Implements, ma. highway. Ridges have been cut down frames ballusters, brackets etc. i, :
n ,j):' pHKHBY OJ: DAVIS. sad the earth utilized to fill in low and be convinced : ,
roc U<e4: Statestieastor mined to make U esKy for Roosevelt to zhlnery. hardwire and merchandise, is ,< MIAMI FLATClyatt'sStah1j: .
S t be elected. They $wrsulng the right alone valued at 100000. Places bringing them on a level with .. .>
x JAKES: .P.:,TAI1AFERRO. sort of tactics to'fate Roosevelt the As this prize lies but a abort distance the higher ground. Drain pipes have ,

i For,Ooagreasmasi ]i ii votes of the North. !Another wild ass off shore and directly la the track of been placed where needed and moisturewill
.: I'. ; of the South has bffa turned loose on vessels making their: way to the United rapidly drain off.-St. Augustine
1 i" j.,.. .For'oottersor: : : : the campaign, and &snow spouting In States from South American and West Record. '

j' .; ;; 'KAPOLEON, Ii'iROWAJU). the North and saylff fell the intemperate Indian ports It U the opinion that
i : For secretly.State things be can |ltk of. This 'man she win be plckeif lup t>y some lucky f While quar-elllng over husbands one ;

'! r.. :A..CLAY." ,CRAWFORD.For Is Tilhnan. He ft' tilting a lot oT Intemperate shipmaster and towed Into a harbor. woman threir a lamp at another setting 600 a.d SOl Twelfth Street.. 4.l-
j I : .Attoriay Oensral hre on fire and causing death. The 'f .lt .
_, : speechegjvhlch] !! tare doing on the southern coast "-J
'It it ";'' ;I t. mL.ttl..JCLUI.t the cause! Democracy 110 coocL HereIn No I particulars concerning the derelict homicide Occurred In New York Monday ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TtJRNOUTS. : t :
: For.ODnptronerSwertnUndent : j '
: we she night
this section i'5 have our opinion craft other than the fact that
,.".*...' 't t. 71 tt' .4 :.L Q RaOY. of Roosevelt, and rais not"a good one was passed abandoned and' with"i F o SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. j :

<"; i- .' r, r Tnu1Inr but there U ,no v 4 ei$ give utterance to heavy list to starboard by the British NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION. HORSES 4ND 11'
'.', .J, ;; i ." Intemperate and inlammatory remark ftteamchip,Hubert i at Barbadoes from
;IW of, Public lastnseJ the : the By virtue of the authority vested in A'
n ? which will arouse people 01 New York could be learned GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT TTENTIOY '
| ; .. it "& and 'of ; the' undersigned by the Taws of the
North. The troutfefrU the HefUns Captain Good; the Hubert-cabled .'J.J
m. ', :t.&C& !4W i>OLL WAT.'r Vardamana and CM es and Tillmans that the Kelvin was sighted on the 7th ;State of Florida aDd the ordinances of E. T. I CLYATT I Proprteton<< *
!." **\ "A Far Commisslasir Agrtenttara :the City of Miami notice hereby given -
omcei4red the latitude
are holding to of October, in 35 longitude. 70.
S'tf: $&'' ,'*='*?: ****. Ugh positions j&enator..' Governor Owing to a heavy sea running at the to the Iqoallfled electors of said city I I

..,l'Y 1: t'1......r;; "'1 ,. Jt&I1roI4W' and Congressmen3>f southern people time It was Impossible to board .the :that the annual general city election IUEO. t -, : .
:c o'i', .\J.: ;#.l't 31.J;htlOBH.1.i'IIOROAft. and are therefor* I poNd to represent hip. I win be held in the city council chamber 'I .'!}'

.h.\: :!,':" ..}I ; ,,'Ttlr. ....IiWaCIatiadI&. southern people JjJd 4 ,southern sentiment (The Kelvin left'New York on the 3dof on tii upper floor of the Jail bufld- H.. MEYERSContractirig

:; ' 1' ; '\q.t:: ; ) She is a new craft; having street west of Avenue D, In the City
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u.f'y-; :.IYmM'I'Y, 'l'Icar. NEW ROADf IP.'D BRIDGE.Mr. been launched 'at Glasgow last .Febnn of Mon the ElectrlclalLaancrJ
"'! ;;r i ";i1ff: 'to 'i.jf:.J"!, -.t<\,.. i 1 ary. The vessel registers:2. M tons .FOURTti MONDAY IN OCTOBER. *
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tip 'I
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Sapplles .
-,s _d". ... t,,,1H"t:1 .k..' v;' uDeoi road work forOemeral_. Lawrence, reports breadth of beam and SIS feet In depthof the same,being on the I4th day of said Batteries. Spark Coil6..Etc.,, 'I'
'm.'J...: --"" '''', .- /; ..J Tor R.pesstattVS that about bait mile alongside hold. J '''. month:' that the polls c win be open : 'r } :

r: 'OW'&R..M: r.xiNa of the.General's; (;o ports his already ______ *.'. from eight o'clock s. BL, standard time, 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida.; Write .for_ prices J

O.tftS t 'i;".For_Oaair, Jadga, .. been' widened.toifteen feet,."and that A COWARD'S, until sundown on said day. M E.Joaea i ,. I *

y \ 'i:! 'J; :h Hfciiu'-&:| HMSBrl&,, workIs"some'nicely:" "c 'J 1C W. Froscher. R. C. McOrlS .. _i.. .
l'' r i;: ; :);>T4y.PrasestlagAtttxasy, He'has. a services of E. A.Frmeher Stole Rings from Mrs.John O'Neal. and have ben appointed Inspectors andR.7L' I '- + ,...,.
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1" ''"'' '''-'IoII1': "ri i It1)BD'I'rnn.oJL as tendent: a man who Is Still's Prko1 er. ... Smith u clerk to conduct said
_-"w'.. ..'... .... ss>>.For,Tax" OoDeetor hu'Ia4'm rienee la this kindvaluable election f '. eot i'1fellB zaI uti.Stm4. J l
,Stk 1.f_. ,$ lt '..',,. ,. .......
i..'. ,-)' .1"'; : "'1"1'.'KOA1JTID.,, 'RJ' ender asshow Monday while,, Mrs. O'Neal.wife of The, officers to be) voted for are as THE: ,&.

42: r "1f} ''JW.'J'U..L. stance. Deputy Sheriff John O'Neal, was doingsome follows: j G';' A. MUUIR,1" Pr''. riet. : ;

f'.77.J;. ;9T;,!_: LiItO.Q:.; : BVT1 LB..1, .... Mr.-' >Mills *w' the public ,work in the kitchen of her residence A Mayor, to serve one year. .- ., .r.nH ., .
,#( :t..A =1be.Coantr= TrsantrBRAuLRsOn one of. the besf made- roads In the at the convict'camp st Delray. Three j Aldermen or members of the ... .., .. .,
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county f 1a through with this she had occasion to'remove her rings City Council, each to serve two years.A l' ,. "-.4

y; ( -i.', ;' :::tu? .t1Q.. Saperlntondent-oC. SChooL Job. '< 1 and placed them on .a shelf. Charlie, Cltjf Clerk aDd Assessor to serve SAN C '" 10$..ti:

.c-.J ''iij. '-'f"" -":''''"' -1L'99'.1. In the low pt&fe place north of his b convict, who' ; was serving a three- one year.A "

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r.:;., -\ .,"., *..'' C.{ -'''_ .. ';id bad, he will make kitchen cooking' and when Mrs O'Nf1 for one year. ..

",s ;' .,.' -,..';' ".._'f\':4.: For' SberIffJ fW' the new road ti ?,feet wide. looked for her[ rings they bad mysteriously A City Trestu-er serve for one I fOlMEllY allbe,,ear s12.SOpef i 4ah.d irk ..

.:f.;: .. ; 1.Tom. FROHOCL When the Tatm| completed disappeared. She reported the year I j De I Special per week 1ft eo.ref"t...
;a'4 For"'if eoUt1.Commissioner/ and the street ed .from the bridge theft to Frank Sanchez, who has charge Said ejection win be conducted as fares I '''UllIOm i .PI" Lure. SAMVLh- JtOO.M '::
.J.....1.t..... ,.". t' .-... t<\Jx.1"-'JOHNS. out to,connect" 11Ch| the General Law- of .the COD.T1cU. and they agreed tosay I rrctleable In the same manner asa .1 I i'' ....- .., -...- .!;....
l. t. 'J' 4.tha J iecuit around by one this Charlie's provided by law, for con actfnlceD-. I.
ce' about It, as -"j.t'
B'IL'DOOCK. re nothing .
.:,f .......... . -.
Y Stale Eaj66&T
< ; other will furbish eral and County elections.
bridge I
h "".;AWINFIEIAJ' ;, and !4he tithe expired that day.. and they !
.""'-N :' "' tt irlve'about witness I hereunto j
J f Jothf WELL..1 the far thought he hadj the missing articles.Mrs. In whereof. have
"; affixed toy name and caused the City
... -;. y.. tJ.oTw: ;: JLL.: : O'Neal promised to pay Charlie
"-: ;, ; rarJ.School Bout, EDITOR1ii!'COMMENTS. 25 cents for doing some extra work. Clerk tq attach the Seal of the City of
'. r .'j'..:>,..,' and .when he was ready to leave she Miami hereto this 20th day of September. -
c...."".,'..(-:... Jil ,."..,;>'r' r L,-'..;.IJCLIIIJf'i ,,.X PARBKH.BURDDOT.. The SPI1JIJef .1'(
.,' f'......;,..i"" f, J.1. '" '';:. '_..........,.., lad..) ,says. ffi a,,-Monroe: doctrine. was at.Mr. Rr.D1cDcnald's, store, and f t JOHN SEWELL. !
v > 'f' If. 0 saysSecre "" Is the bi gstick.. when the negro presented the note Mr. Attest: !' Mayor.M. are called,;

-1. : ,-\ This Is an'obl' make that O'Neal paid him the quarter which was Rj, KELLUM 3
Stable Manures
.. its'L{| twenty-
1Ia.e. a new
: City dwk.NOTICE..'
historic pollc; hich was,maintained due him and at the same time asked '
3wo story, .:, Doubtless the rates I 18".
r .' for,two.or tl generations without the negro for the rings. ';;
; fwm.,. also. be. high.'-r ... large staniftt army and .a great The negro swore by all that was holy Dade County Farmers"and ; '

... 1 l responilBf for";the mlllttrutio that he dJdDj have the rings but },lr.1 ..
.. ;;) + ,Doctors declare 'that high'UriII't la navy Notice to hereby given that after the Truckers /
and Imperlallstle-' ambitions wnlch find O'Neal would not agree with him and ; .
t?xz f- New;York'and Chicago to increasing: adoption by a three-fourths vote of its I
-< their rent. 1s :!b.. Philippines and proceeded to make a search of his per-
r A .t I Brlshte, disease.:, Very wen; let us AaIL- r ::1. son and found them in the negro' stockholders, after statutory notice. Need th'eBes
'Its operation to t ,t I Sure :
fI'j h. pocket-book. J and four weeks' publication the Miami

T.ito' .... li+;;..r e,'of"",'that kidneyfj ; .--' The, "Ranch J.J' r;.Union.' (Dem.) calla Mr. O'Neal>I briught the prisoner Mortgage and Guarantee Company, of I
:,. 4 / .,, toitbi New down to-days and: h win probably be .
"'..q F "' '" attentionHamoahlre 3 fact that Miam,. will apply to the Governor of Competed and Well Rotted
;." .", Stoeuel announces that the .e iu. St officials only given a longer sentence this time..PROM '
Florida to amend articles 1. 3. and 7 It be had in one -
can only Address'Box'
.,< ,:.1 Spa are dropping shells into,the inner a governor udj j. council of five are way 35, M: .
4t .fortui Is of its; charter to read a* follows: El. "W. : !
,., uonL ':Thls merely preparatory elected by thep>N>ple The State Leg- FERTILE FLORIDA. Q.B.A.v.uJl5l//
i..,; to, thij'1-Japs' "clro"... Ulatnre hosiwo: -the Secretary of Article 1. The name of this corpo- -". ...

{ -.-'placethemaelTta.' State and StattgTreasurer. All the rest News Which Will Interest Growers and rmtioi shall be the Jacksonville Mortgage I ,
ON & CO.
---- are appolntedSby.the) Chief Executive Shippers There. and Guaranty Company, with ,,
;;f .
? Unionielnres that the people Who handle the Miami
The trade
Every time a Floridian goes to the I Jacksonville. Fla., u its place of business !
'*iT"** .i1 "' World'-h1fbe sets down the' last 'have snre+end4' their Just rights to It Is but a question of.a short time

m V.S'fti '[:Florida Legislature as the biggest acr. I a machine crJinUatlon. and calls upon when a hard road mill run from Jacksonville ""T .
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-gregsdon1c1a.chumps that ever held them to.thro out the ruling dynasty. to.MlamL; Article 3. The amount of its capital )

;up. the State,for their per dlem.u .- 1 II 1- Not as many I tomatoes are being :ball be $50.00000: divided Into shares '
J. '" -.' The Phllagilphla Record (Dem) planted>> at 'Silver Pate this season as of lioo.; Each to b. rad'for; In cash ; -

.;: <'-,- ." .'Tamr'Trlbune.' I ... I says: ""Paul Morton, Roosevelt's Secretary last or In previous, years, but all other provided, however, that shares of stock America's Most Perfect WhlDiffers

B Jfl3T# If'a .t.of'the American people of the >>ty. returned from Kansas ..truck Is proportionately Urge to previous may be engaged by Its members for ,)
: .
"':ore for a''policy that means absolute the othWilay with a wonderful eropa.Althouc'. '
*; ; ; ; .,".."destruction of liberty and freedom and account of.i| enthusiasm for hla master but little Is being said purchase ana future issue and deliveryby The :H.acryo I 8..

: ',"Justice "then It'must be admitted that In the.fkcifvest. and on his heelscomesahi about. It. arrangements I for the beginning >regular deposits thereon. { ;i

.;: = popular'government to a failure. As jf st cry of,the Kansas of the work: for the extension of Article 7. The extent of liability shall from the bicycle. Pushes one-foartb

.;; j:we '... not prepared to concede this farmers for immediate reduction of (the the East Coast railroad along the keysto note! exceed the amount of capital paid ,

,jl1et'V* bFreasonably'.happy la any robber;tart lint:there 1s no hopeof Key West are'going steadily on. Dolor f money received or collected by easier, and isj g propelled the same 'way.-, ';1

f if' .3 t.1* .i-., I such:'redMUbn should Roosevelt be _The tomato. acreage in the Homestead the company. '
; The less the friction the easier
-'j"b ,"L. elected it ta-lfot/ easy to see why,the country will not average more Witness my hand and seal this 15th I the pusli

?DeCLrns that the"cotton crop is a plundered'*: the West should than half as much as last season, day of September 1404 Tbe Racyde has less';' friction on its Crank Bea<

a I. v Record-breaker,and:that times la the show,any.. for"the chief de-: though.,eggplants, beans, peppers aDd (Seal) FRED!: F. BRIGGS. .
UkMrtV3ar* than an} other. ,bicycle. ;. $

t 'i Birmingham.News.aaysr The soatby likely<,that ,,Morton,Is.mistaken luaatlty Company. -
'era banks art fun'of money;and,the concMHl>g,t 'sentiment of the West.. ,_..Many of the growers In the Homestead Portland.. Maine Sept. )S. 1904. Plumb .

-1 yoiitbertirailroids are earning good If. EIngalis4presideat of the Big Four country; 'are leaving the trucking Before me personally appeared Fred I :1

t -dMdeoas The aoothera:cottoa'mills railroad system,*"appears tQ,b..much business and..are,setting out" orange E. Briggs to me well known 'as thePresident I have an up-td-date plumbing' establishing>* '

'. itt ate'better o-thr'thaeecthe North, .more. |*toto& with,the western ind grapefruit groves.. One nan II1'JearlDI.nd' of ,the Maml,Mortgage and
'soathefu".farmers an free of ers. ,than,tafi'tx-rallroad. ', farm-J planting'out twenty'a--res. Guarantee, Company' who acknowledgesthat connection with' my Bicycle Emporium; 'an

st r 'debt with a large cotton.crop wat good ';''%." ;Sr-ferr! ?' .. t While:a''number> of, others_are patting i he signed'the.above notice anJ re- prepared clu ,l test work. Call [ ..
.1 and see
w 4s .,dvs rpricectlNo part,of the 'eouatry:to'so 'tThe ColaiftMa (B.'C) State (Den.)].13I1t.. .maher quantities, tUna> for the said company for the user : tale}

$ to-day as to the Soath-r r,We saysr',"According to the report_in the The Hastings farmers have nearly Md purposes therein expressed.
2 --t-r- aceoants tor aom of the taz'x Newton fKC.) Enterprise. ,, ta'''T his!I finished: the' ,)Boating.Of their:crops, (Seal) ALBERT M AUSTIN M. J. tc'DONA't

.. iUteremce'ihowm.> ta'thto. campaign/ ", speech'thne{ -last".week.' Ton Watson ,,OOM' ;., of. ."'1IJT....... .com... ',jeanuta.and pea- i f Kutary Public.r .

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I I'I MORNING IN JAPA3., i :he world it contains M.OOO.OW head. : r

-Debase-1t' la-aajttnwritUnllaw-. I _- i. Yv
flee*- i Breakfast MsaselisU W the ..,
Protestant Episcopal ChurcYot the
> : .. J Fs the Day la Dei*.. i|, EXTRA *
Tlunww esfot s 4 United States that no man shall be's SPEGrALTD'S :
t i e .a cleat. practice* of ariii4with bishop who la not aa Americas citizen ,t.. t r

: the sin still kept up by maJtj This, sad this only, to the reason why

i oldie Japanese onlside the big \. Father Osborne, bishop-elect of :the
Vt. "i
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>: '\ ; --:> Diocese of Illinois has renounced-alsee I

..... '' At 5 in the morning shojis M ttlJ; Great Britain and becomes .JolinS' Addition Lot fgBins. -. t
atATTORNEXS. soa : ; TWtai. ":
'.' pushed slightly! apart and brit 1 the United State:; .

faces[ look toward the east. "OhaO. ? -Both of Bismarck's 1011Ilied

'* AT liAW.: Ohayo! (Good morning, or m rt| while ettt tomPloratfnlT, young L
l'.'iWmsn,,le.uaatU ........tttaa...hdeB1 men -Bill" Blsmarcktaring died In !
sr..aM '......'.'.Iaa4 ..ass literally, "It is morning! ) says tilt| I-
; NT1s 1ML The Chancellor'slttll
. >4 =4-z: : polite Japanese, and bows with great| great irvivlnc FEW weeks: we advertised this and the result that :
jago property,
I "laail child Is his daughter, the Con was many ofour 1
..r O.foarr. Fla.IP friendliness and appreciation to th*
I iu yon Rantzau. Prince Herbert Bismarck customers grasped tho opportunity of securing such !rgains. !fWehave decided ;

.' 'auGGs. .. D.,- I big yellow globe murmuringvoices t was forced to give up his career place Seventeen m-are of these lots on the market and below will be found
: ward in the A |
,; 1 sky. In the when of few
army a lieutenant on aeount a particularly tine ones in this addition. ? x
'} t 'Otdiewtt ...en.PII rs...,. runs through the hous S of the severe wound he received
..... Down in the kitchen the maidi !
i .afd.aet! noisy ;; it the battle of Mar -Ie-Tonr, !Angus t yt

."'".... ..:.. ,_irA"i.ib I {j I ,. servant makes herself heard. Shel,1, 16. 1870. When he died, however, .

:T' .,?fTAMIPLOBIDA.' scolding her little army of 8ISi T 1 held the rank of major-general, on 1

ants, for she, the chief servant atJdl: '

DL J.: *. JAC. >OL a., r cook, has an assistant, a boy of eetfl Inactive listPOINTED--,--- \ %! Special 1n

,.,' '. tJ enteen, who in turn has a small bbr PARAGRAPHS. iv ss-v i : ,, SeventeenLot:

. .to. ;. O"lfCZ : assistant, who in turn likewise hdtan -

Horrrt: BISCAYJIK BLOCK,AVE.. D. assistant, a still smaller boy. Tile; k t i
." A man doesn't believe in luck If
.'mil 4 :Rt oiwA.pR.W. chief servant scolds them all tho -! !
: ; MIAYL 1'1, t is having the right kind. 1 .x !Sale. 4
oughly. She would like to sha ei :r
11The; wise man takes a back .
I "
more "energy into their lazy, deeper I i
B. RUSH, i batches the fool butt into danger.
bodies. "Hurry, for the okusama I ,

wti k Offloe W-ltth street'I 'Phone'\'i.B.sideue. (august lady of the house) will lie'>the' Politicians country at are Its men own who try !to : Ii''R :., .a.:: !L,,

.,m8 9t h 8t1 down presently." She sends the* expense f .I : t'l->
I A can live on 1 day
: hurrying this way and that, one tb person I ;I i-a : E:
|II j MIAMI;; FLA. few peopje are willing to do It. ,
put < ,
4; draw and carry water, one to pro- I IlThe = .: ;; a;
who la cr I
j coming woman
T:W:BACxuz,1 : pare the dining room, one to sweep' *,.tth a broom Is but a little I j. : 1:0 .tJ>
,,!,m-; the verandas, open the shojis and lei g i
he t ;:
l going man. 18 ::1
i in the and air and
morning sunlight
Picas Ep.aiDeatltlAS ass Detail.-Msde You can find the man yon owe lti I v '. :
the herself sets to work'upon thl j .CIIIB. & 1 r
for BalMiafS of All Kinds, Tine ,alf the time it takes to And the Q \\1 ii. : :.
.",,, .;.BeII4lDOeU. 8pecl.lt1t'j 'jo' cooking. :11 t !" rho owes yon. I IfjAs ... i. '.-.. cr. ". .. :1:1 1:0:I w'... .._ ', I
Thus in the hours when the average :s
'}Ornctji315; ATL CE D. a rule there Is fire/ when = = : II_ .. .. 1:0 f : I:
western servant is th
f sleeping but the!, a. a. :. I t : :
Japanese servants do all the housework ja smoke occasionally ," .. .
: : oB' for the Before breakfas somas from st pipe dream. to., : 'f cr 1 : '" :
. day. ..
e"I the housework done. When th ;;,The girl with flowery cheeks is,apt .. :.. .5.: =" : :.
'- is
,, +CaVilAsw.L:.".. nsrtaltlxs to leave a little flower on the .lapel ,g "II.. 1
,." I honorable lad of the house deb t I ACROSS THE STREET FROM THIS BUSINESS BLOCK WE : : = = Ir I -
) times.I I ; : :
f .
) man's coat at .
young .
G- -l-=. cends to the honorable I" 1:0 1:0
: shine in cheerful ||Too many women are dlaiaLlsIIedSFlth OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY. CHOICE PLOT, 100x150 (2 LOTS). : 1 1 Ir 5 ; : :
T'j. 'i rooms morning ;
; .
tl2tiltY MIuI e. ,
: themselves because they woTien. i
.5OBIIBs.'j t"", -.. > ,. ... .8 tt$; welcome to her; breakfast is on tht say{j', GO TOGETHER. BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS WE HAVE THE FOL : Ii .. : B '
lacquered which stand fees
trays on 1
tile : lt r S
i1T.usZ. Some are born diplomats .. : : I
: .. few inches in Before sb men
.. a height =
: j.! : :
'" ion* others are Just ordinary ,
breakfasts however the okusam .. "
hypo- i
ites. I 4Sxl40. $5e.00-$10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. }I' s : t. .- !
: :
looks "
ALTER C: tfARMOra into the various rooms witli. : .
1rl.: '" ,
.when has of ." 60x140. $65.00 each. 110.00 down, and 14.00 monthly. !, w .I '
the Marching eye of the experienced ; a man a ease : : : i i" :
toed feeling" he also makes his ,>60xl4A. $70.00 each '10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. .1
housekeeper. If all is well the sweet j : : I E J ': $
.1 .teOt. IT.enters,the dining room and her bred, i 60x140. $71.00 'each.- $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly.! : : j i : r i = : $
4I a ,' $80.00 ach. 10.00 down, and :
M-i- sell waits her husband and $4.00 monthly. : : ;
upon :;:;t '. _' Lar : J : : :
patents and for them the EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLEThe ;60x140,\ down and $4.00 monthly. i !!
r : :
74 trDpolii bail :. pours ,.. I : : : sHJ
Boom 4; '
:teav--Onoto Watanna in 1'1 __ : '
I ;..
8 t0 iZ llazII s'C' 13. Harper a. :
Weekly. :
; Trades Carnival 1 1:1: J,
second annual
t "
? It will be impossible to hold d "
any of these lots off the
R '$ EyMOUR ArtMiMMrf tfM earb.r.Many 3 iii be held In Jacksonville during the to -ws :. :. == f. 8
# give equal opportunity to aU, and every order accompanied by first ; aG
cr. t Law -stories- hate'been told, of: *; k beginning October 24. MM,' will be promptly filled as received. FlU -
je Florida Eart'Cjat' *. BaI1"1T\h. Out 11410. It U 't *
twins, but this, which cropped up in: > 5-

West Philadelphia, is the very latest Slthroized a rate ,Of one fore.: p|. I .L I >"
.1' ,..,
k. $i.'atat le I Out in'thdistrict of the Schuylkill -: twenty-five cents I I for the roneilickeu tap.
wut t? '
:panlcMat atMtiwt s.C.rp.eatiaa.' live two men, twins; and it'I it'' will be sold for all train 11>toper ._ .--' '.: :... ...: : ]RK:
ireaetn..Z.1T L. s.aa law with'.difficulty that their'frienC i: 24 to 21 inclusive utllor.trains : -

al .ia4s- i i 1ktQ_ 4 stn: are able to tell thenj apart. One! !f eduled to arrive' at- JsaL ",nvne be.: .! (J : ':4 STJ1 i'JJ 4. :E.A.'rCH --.i BTTIZ=SZ TCh. '''tear t

morning one of the twins went total[ tae noon October' 2$,with'*Dnalt'ieait 1A."Y"\ : ': : : F10T .

Ba1f' barber shop to get shaved and'a"new October J0. 1904, ; .. J- : I CZct.

e Fa e. 'er-SboD.. barber shaved him. In ),the',.affe.- IjtThe\i! rate from iliamltor wm' be'' $1L5 .. .

ICb31iS. ..M0'IfijBest noon* the other twin"went 'to; tlie the round trip! l'Q t" f. ,
same shop and placed.himself in the d"" J. D. Rahner < I .
Se in tt City looked payments thereon or further .subscribing Incoirorators of said be used '
new barber's chair The barber l cor- I in the erection of city ball .
a"et0t. 1'1 Asrt. OeD Pass.jAgt| : stock shall be made. as or I 'por ton.! together with the i
CCLY i r+e'Pri at the man and then went over to P number of and lire department building. .
the boss of the shop. \| t' o J the board of directors. Any I the shares of the capital stock subscribed 2nd. Ten thousand
". of said stock shah be Issued ($10,000) dollarin *:,
"Boss he said"I think INTENTION by each are as follows '
go c 9riC1!: OF TO APPLY dt ybonds. to be due twenty "
stock'of I I 1 yearsn.trom
paid In capital similar!
1Rb1O I home I there's i W. M. Brown
something the residing in Miami of "
iS guess
r I LETTERS the date Issuance of said bonds t :
s FOR PATENT, or ia property, the value
Gi.a.nq gtle4a r 4 matter with me. Fla., 125 shares-of common stock. the proceeds of which .
S to be .
J are usaila
at's the ; shall be fixed at k meeting of i j i '
matter inquired W. W. '
iI. wed Blackmer. residing In Delray, the making and paving of street [
4 of directors for that
1 I
I i Y
s _
I :'Notice Is hereby given that the Fla.. 125 shares of common sto;.k.i not heretofore paved within the 'wen "

., sTitA5U1 ,that."WeU. replied the barber, "see |gaed will apply to the Governor ARTICLE nr-': 'I!i G. L. Brannlng.! residing in West.I settled P portions of the said city of Ml-, L
t man in my chair? I shaved i t'
.>it State of Florida at Tallahassee '':i Palm Beach Fla. 125 shares of amt Florida j
tat, Jsie erl, ft him only this morning, and here.}{e on shall rlst for the common -
the 2Eth of October, A. stock. 1 3d. Three thousand ,
is with two days' growth' of beard. porida on day ninety-nine years.ARTICLE .; ;,I ($3,000) dollars

RROLL: I guess 101 quit"- -Philadelphia l'41904, for letters patent incorFormt- V.i 'I F. A. Bryan residing in Fulford, FIs.' in bonds, payible In twenty years, the : .

CC: : : Ct ( Press. f t. Consolidated Fruit Company;, lDeu of the corporation-shall 12S shire of common stock.M. proceeds of which shall be used In the I

Homeaaekenr Aseut1' My;list of @ie following proposed charter: by a president rice-pres C. residing in Boynton, purchase of.a 1 chemical engine and other -.

Itr and CouBtry 3Preperty"".cannot beM'to Force of H.bit( j| M. Brow: F. A. Bryan.. secretary a treasurer, a board Fla. 125 tares of common stock. I necessary fir* apparatus for said ;

'' uaalitV and prleaiOom jd | "She's what I calla bargain count i A Marshall. M. C. Hardee. I more' than thirteen directors I M. a Ljrmsn, residing In Lantana dty. !, j

.'_ and er, acquaintance** said. the floortalker w. W. Blackmer, O. L. Brannlng.S to be fixed by!|the b7.1..., Fla., 125 Shares of common stock. And that said election ,win beheld -C

sallsfsVttff*? "' r> al as he tipped Tu 'hat" gravely: T. King M.. B. Lyman. I executive committee composed E. T bins, residing 1 0.: Lauder- In the city oft MiamI Florida on the i .

> T jIC'CARROLL. :'lo the girl who went by."Why's .' fl. : i HtOPpSED. CHARTER OF CONSOLP : vice-president,, secre I dale; Fla:; 125 shares t f common stock. 24th day of October. A. D. 1904. at th i '

1 : that?" -queried'hisconf! '1DATED FRUIT CO PANT. I two directors. The office of. M. A.'Marshall, residing! In Fo. ; Lan regular hours ;of holding elections, ia I
p( 'Notavt'Psbiic pairion. and treasurer be held by the office of the Miami Transfer ComI 1
I ftjTh.undersigned! hereby may 'derdsie, Kla, 125 shares of common I
.211 An.0.Dd5 to:$1II D ZftS. "ell, because It flrstj ou seewe ; at No. 229
.( -._ _- ft. &< ? ", themselves together for the purpose the same Individual. The di- stock. I pany Twelfth strict, and t
-"!'8 great jriends'went' evel'}--: timing incorporated under the la be elected rt'eaeh annual 1 that the inspectors for said election a ;

where;;: together notes and flowers of;>e State of Florida tor the 'translation by the vote of the holders of M.\VmM.. Marshall Brown, :3.F. A. Bryan I I are named u j follows: H. C. Budge, I Ii .
all the tim nd all that;" : '" C. Hardee. '
know. C. D. -
Leffter W. L.
you of business.under the fO stock coy ad the board i : Keller and the ,
e 11.fns Butafter: :hile".things began tochange.Nnire"didnt"see '' iharter: so elected shall at on"? 1 I I W. W. Blackmer, G. L. Brannicg. I: clerk of said election Is named J. C. X
.idl.t Lei. much of each E. T. KlDf. Ji B. Lyman.
lad>, aap.aau7aARE9Y.OiJ'GOi ARTICLE L I its own members rH the i 1 I Gramllng. i.
other ndthenotes fewer and State of Florida: ,
;; were ; itbe
The ballot election
two members Of ths execu ofjsald shall read:
the flowers less. Now I don't even name of this corporation shall County of Duvsi ,
; 1 The executive commit ; "Ballot for special election for the Issuance '

-> : ;.' ',,:::"..i" when Consolidated Fruit Company.Its Before ,
;<: : f: gets pleasant Jook pass bYI.. me a Notary PcbUc In and
: warner and to the extent of bonds held in the City ot r' -
GI'ft nothing but an ice cold nod. So! r ftdpal1 ptaee'cl business 'shall'be for the State of Florida at large personally
IJofif in the by-laws of; said corpo- I' Miami. Florida.. October 24th. A O. :,1' .
..J!!' :! : yon see there is only remnant left i ; appeared W H. Brown M. A.i t
./ >" "t. -.. >+r I- ""'" ..1"11.orthl0r -' bust-s have and exercise the row [ 1904." i'
> Wesf? of the old acquaintance, and: that lil, \ directors 'I Marshall W. W. Blackjaer. E. T. King !
) I'have it the b Florida' and elsewhere, as be Dee4IICI&1T board of In the i For bonds in the sum of Twenty-
> why relegated to }' : may F. A. Bryan, M. C. Hardee (j. L. Bran-
"I' u "'" '" 1 and control of the burl- I| thousand ($20,000) dollars for city hall.
l> &JIl'lH' gain connter4-Detrdit Free Press. CD' e BftJllenL and M. B.
E ,, lt. corporation and DIng Lyman. each to me well :
; .1' affairs of the | Against bonds in the sum of twenty
., "'1 ARTICLE IL known and known to be !
= me to the
,, -, _
't;$ Animals Fight if They Cant Read I the power to authorize the thousand ($20.000) dollars for city hall-
&= 'l'the.general nature ot'th business individuals described in and who sub 1

\fi.l. l_ 1:: as4 JilltflIt "The'fighting propensities of some,: tbTbe. transacted by this corporation: which corporation may require to ;e affixed It. The to I scribed and executed the foregoing ALSO
species of oar dumb fellow hi
(: r 4 "R J 11 d'W -x: have their creature Ijiall be to buy sell and deal ,In all I meeting shall be held on the : charter and severally acknowledged For bonds the sum of ten thoo- E-
"developed by unwieldiness I sand ($10.000)| dollars for paring -
Suits, and Vegetables, that they executed
produce on ccmiitslon [ the
same lOr -
.eogersateir and & in November. The offl-
,-oct.,. aaezOelled. the consequent diffi | streets, J.
04..ftI.) arrylagl Untateepera ..culty of escaping the pursuit of Iheii} .! :or otherwise, to emnloy such are to conduct the business therein expressed '

;; apdateiooac6.i, frr- ree enemies, and the naturalist JJnnjen a'grats, and U estaibF'1--agencies at eachjoints until those elected Witness my hand and official seal at I Against! bonds In the sum of tea .f -

niBareh: e"'r'n fthteR-irrs!: called attention to the snggdstiv in the i'sle'of Florida or else- i annual meeting are qualified the Clt7 of Jacksonville. Florida this! 'thousand ($10.000) dollars for paving

Borth rni sy4 wutMeriyMtfei.tail .. circumstance .that "short legged 'there! u to the directors shall'seem : j j j 20th day of September A. D 1904. i streets j, ,

diniBgBar! servlo*;'li .tb* moateys'are braver than'the Ion: 5rj wer.. To toy,, 'Bold, own, operate. i Brown :)President;; i (Notary's Seal F. P. Fleming Jr. ALSO

.TSflk : legged ones." The Falstaffian mo! !&.iae'sell[ and mortgage real estate forn VI ldeDt. I' Notary Public State of Florida atLarre. i For bonds in:jths sum of three thou ;ji":
ietaTTI fte I
Blsekmer. -
,611 Agwb SsLrace Tle> .* live of valor makes the East business offlces! ,; farms,'. plantations My Commission expires June I'sand ($3,000) dollars for Are apparatus. : 1!

I _':1 K { ;/1'r rhesus ape fight like a India *tid fruit orchards.', To buy held sndjftrte Moore Secretary. 111. 1907. i Against bonds in the sum of thaw

.;".1'1',""'" .{ r, .t...."',,-.. N. ::\", t ,.i' partly explains the.courage'of slug .stock, bonds and securities of oth- i Branning. Treasurer., j I'thousand ($3,000), dollars for Dye apparatus. ,''I
: "
', .. ... .....'r Car gish brain and some of his"smallerrelatives. ycorporations:doing a sm11arjbust':! !1 Brown W. W. Blackmer, T KOND ELECTION NOTICE.. I J,,. .:

.'I--: .Bsssmtlnr_ a/Apply. ..ta.. '.'it"i .' _:, !} fTWs. and' to make contracts of any O. L. Branniag. P. A. Bryan II Notice I* hereby given that oa Sep. "
<'r z, '-'. J' ,' ""a 4arseter with. such corporation .J. T. Wofford, M. B. Ly tembsr 15th. 1904. the City Council ot +t
.$ x M'";. .1 A.....**.: DiMltet Notice is hereby given that a special !
t oJe': E. Packer.A. C. Frost. E. T. I Miami Florida. at the regular session
H ;;'; ..4)1 .,..h_. __ ....... There is a story told of a duel between ARTICLE IlL T. Peters.I I j i election by the recula.. voter sot the
... ... .., --- 'be A. Marshall, and J. thereof authorised the special electioa
:, :1Jii".4"" ""' _.. '"' ... ._...i 'l a French dramatic author and authorixed capital stock: of said ; and W. M. Brown W. W. city of Miami. Florida, who reside Is .of bonds u stated in this node sad

0: his critic, the latter being first rate 4ipor'at1on'shall be. fly* thousandof ( said city and who own'real tatats by resolution authorized the itndessi ..
T. V. Moore. F. A. Bryan -
shot .After' the-author had. fired .common; stock'of the par ; therein and who have paid their tans '
{ Members the ed committee to act in regard to the
B. of
Lyman. u ;
f Ti 111 Fritted Orjulied Lib or.1 and missed, the journalist aimed- accurately : of ten dollars each and five hnn- committee. :: for the past year dm thereon, to authorize calling of said ';election, and that tb

regtest that at his adversary's hat iud .......'.of_preferred stock'of the the city council of De Qty; ofMiami. object of said election Is to determine ,
Ws 're=v tgBttly '
tatertnsylm7 ''store to pierced it with the utmost precision |ar rshii of.oft* hundred dollars each.JUcb'.preferred ARTICLE VL h+Florida Ism bonds twins. i whether or not the said city If Miami, -
: Whereupon the dramatist flew ini. stock'shan & eat amount of indebtednes "
s+ SS 9 ,: drawidlTi- Interest not exceeding the leeal rats
matt.i :pate a violent rage, protecting that it w&unfair ,dds."M.the'rat*'of'six psi:.cent, per .to which the corporation [of the Stats of Florida far the following Florida for,the purposes lame bonds la the SOBS
bis hereto
elaiGo """. named.
sear > you I
t and Urn Itself shall b
exclaimed. subject > '
:; i ium.'aod aa ntote. when earned: aadinland I purposes sad the following sent Cask
:r. L
ctRetaU f" t '-.If'you';had told'm.I:what',yo by the board directors..' At the amooat of the capital I to-wlt: Frederick. : ,v
-j 77$.. 3. B. IJBIHIUUS,
Y 'were going;to da I,would bare" pit: 1|* tea per sat'of said capital stockjliWlb'subscribed 41L I lit Twenty thousand (120.000) dot .
t > Iota iastlcnal l W. Rab.
sr tai. old i'iy '
; .an had fel' :; $ : ''' paid te before AJmCUI l: Tit : lars in bonds payable twenty; yean council .
pr itat.'Aa.adjltfotbhlL fn.. ., Members of eoastitntiaf. .-
: .."fft-0"(,: .. "thfil. eocporaOoa begins to'do buslnsa '' "sad residences of the from date of Issuance of said bonds to taorlMd eowatttaa.I "
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Inc Experience. || ]1 -N'- ;fii;.M..I. L.: .u."I'-g.t.,1 : "N''y

"'J.y ttyj the faithful and obliglagalghtwaattchmaa jgi: yourneighbors HOEFEFS .

: ,for the F. E. C. Com-I As a result of a bancIIpt do ) I about t ERE AD'.;. :
:Jl&DJ'.rtn leave tomorrow I 'y.
!St Loifii... Thl is hta'ftwt' vacation for I with a panther Mr. Sap a white resi- i HOEFEFSBREAD Never sours ,

eight sears, and he will certainly enjoys I Ir. dent of Eleven Mile" Post Is i probably Dollars are:being spent in private 'r I dries OU. *t kg 1 Io

s Frank Montgomery 1* on in' his the sorest man In the to-day, i 1
''place' a* watchman. says the St. Augustine Records 1 .1 I and public enterprises in Cents o .

fEd The brute him .whilfe he was I \\
attacked take it. ... '
s Young, who recently purchased Miami They Try it once :
squirrel hunting and lntlctef terrible Vigorous I
.\ the Avenue D barber shop, took charge i \ .,
''Of same yesterday. Messrs. Weather- I Injuries. | y.,j j II I T

t u ..:. Colby ford aid-has 'rItI. new' wm man"assist recently him.arrived)lr.1 I the Mr.turpentine Sap strolled camp about where a be! mle
i from the ,North to take the chair vacated ; search of squirrel On hlsfway returning men working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic I 1 .. .
: to late Saturday! after I
fcy lit. Youngs..: camp 3 be heard and it works its
y N I noon he heard the scream o4 the fero- dredge can day night as

; Cap'todayrom. John H. Welch If In town I clous beast but never for'aft: Instant way out of tne famous Biscayne Bay to the great II Watches Fit far: a Kin; N
considered the possibility of ffa attack. .
Atlan ic.
# his groveTand; farm at Arch I II
When It suddenly dashed t thorough the I I
-f.? r rnekf and report both the grove and ,
I underbrush and confronted|him he ,
produce in splendid1, !condition. The was unprepared for battle, bating only THERE IS NO CITY IN THE SOUTH THAT HAS HALF SO BRIGHTA I I If you wear our watches: you foil} aJII "[ways

mr-- groveconsisi of twenty-five acres 0: one small shot shell In big jgjiiL The FUTURE AS'MI.uL WITH THESE CONDITIONS EXISTING DO I II : be on time. '.f
grapefruit and oranges and li one oJ ,
panther rose on. Its bind d I YOU WO\DER AT THE RAPID GROWTH OF THIS FAST DEVELOPING I 't .,it.-
finest In this section of the Scale, fashion .,
t! .the ,,
walked towards him, beat| J
'I { CITY!
: One of the ; best
emitting the most.unnerving Screams ;, time-pieces mad<:':ancj

'. Members of the Board of Trade who and snarls as it approachedtj/JJV. Sap's THE TIME HAS COME: FOR YOU TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN I ,: 'j 'i., pur : -z'
"- r.,. have |toot already: been supplied are ; '
gun flew to his shoulder, ja&il taking INVESTMENTS: THAT WILL BRING YOU A HANDSOME, PROFIT. I t5; .' {
=, ''rwjnetted call 'at the .M. "opoUs aim. fhe I ."'"
: a hasty he fired, mlssjij! |[ animal I $
'i .omee find get some J jot .the puaphlrterecentlyeu'd : The next Instant HJf'as upon J 9 = : -m

.. J,to scud out when they him..seizins; him'1 6y.the he}#.nth the: Look at These .
e bars writing letters]jthus helping to claw of its forepaw Cuttjg throughMr. i. I

'4 t'.illstrtjtrate' theta,to advantage. One can .. Sap' 'hat the sharp tltfws pene- i I 4'"K. .. j Every+ Watch Guaranteed JI: ;
ib Intlosed'' la a letter .and be sent out trated the scalp and laid Itj;;<$ea to the ) Lots tn what will be in a few yean the fashionable) quarter of Miami, from

y '<;without'extra} postage.A I. bone. The unfortunate hunter yelled $300.00 to 1400.00 each. .
'i r'7F .it' for help, but his cries werjt unheard, II Ladies 18-size nickle. +pen-ace. $5,00 ?;"" 1f4
.1 silver t) A three-room house the center of the for 12.000.00. This 1
t""i-.Jl uaterfsit dollar of the 1s- and he fought desperately |$ drive the I near city property I Ladies silver, open cafe 5.00 'r.--UI

77;} x .1 ,,, t | 1890 is in circulation In.this city.Tbeo brute outo His gun was kn ttted out of consists of 2H lots and has a number of :tearing fruit trees. 1 Ladies'6size gold filled hunting case 10.00 '"d
loin shown !, Its I i lb.i/ .ie gold, filled 15.00
.:. \ as by appearance first onslaught he I ; 1ti
.. his hands the and
on ;
I One e-i-oom house and lot. 11.800.00. : O-..ize gold filled
i ; j'sl ls'of-.recent make though a very poor used nature's weapons In 5t? unequal I The ,ji j- 1.1.00 if A..$ .
i greatest bargain ever offered. | One 1 1-16 ct. blue white diamond
,' jeoonCerkelt, being nothing more than I One f-room bouse and lot 12. 00,00. ,-
4 contest Finally, he got ud||np on the i for only 16500. '
<: J! soft substance that easily tar- : I. t ;
animal's throat but In the ,
"w, .tjlrllbf ad blackens by' handling. Such bold he nearly lost hi OSiinb, which One large residence (new) which rented test year. for ;OO.OO, for four I B: T. Z7 TE: A T..Ea:

4- coin ;jwas passed .yesterday on S. O. month. is for sale at $7,500.00 i ,
'n. was seized by the panthe| jind c nearly 1 -- -
4 k ': JSltt| | cashier In,the' county clerk's ofttflea obtained I I '
bitten through. After he in the
:t people should( be careful 1 PROPERTY WITHIN ,EASY DISTANCE!; MIAMI. -
:Jr., ; ,|land slight advantage Mr. Sap hall the brute Hinson House. .

.._.'-,: ::1 t receiving. .specie, ,-of"tils' denomination off and pounded It In the Ho* with his One,%Gacreora..... and grapefruit grove (bearing) for $3,500.00. :

Y fist and foot the beast meantime clawIng I Sixty acres one-half olantei in':citrus fruits, allj bearing. I ; .. _
': aetiifty'wW In few
fi', : begin a his to ribbon JTJte frenzied Newly Furnished .
x arms ; new looatkMU Rates.$&o p.r
-; r .' 1i} day(amoag the yacht and launch owner man fought with the desperation of despair S0-arr oranPt-Ud; grapefruit grove. i i '_ I SPECIAL BY Inl J 331 14th'Bt..;; MIAmr.. !rods
_t ; ; .ft on; the t.I.,' aDd jrlrer preparing and struggled for twj-nty minute ''SO-acr of good ridge land'$20.00 per acre. I I' "4. It Il'I

'- ?: thelf craft* for the;WInter party busi- in the terrible conflict before his blow One ct the greatest investments.; ever offered: which consists of a bearing

& ..1 1t aid It.* reported that a number of showed: any effect on the ;4r\te. FinallyIt orange and trap trqit grove, pineapples, and tropical 1 fruits. This would 4t I .
hre Ian a'70..te here from the 3 ; "
Brat s began to weaken under jihe rain of make :
an Ideal country home. Investigate! ,
'1 J11Corih,, .to engage In,j I the business, and kick and blow its J Yttals. I
oa combined -
+ '.that a aamber'of' boat already here but with, the steady pressure on its A 4Z-acr.pinery for tLWO.OOIOn : Come and See 'Us ,@

-I .:;' 'w 'IIYeri"! "no*: lajthe ,business last windpipe: 'Mj ITUiotfi Key, .u4.. ,, Key,Largo, we hare property, which is low in price, .

-" 'g seaeoaj slso'Joia the fishing fleet, ,When ,exhausted from; |he.loss of bat,,'will_ greatly' Increase la value In" the c very, near' future. I Opposite. the Postoffice.I; ::I
J.- r actrtJad'an'the cable berth the I
... at blood sad_yaln. Mr. Sap Jrtt the body "f us tell .you_about_ j I .
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have been I .n.
;j.- ,' 8ox a1 i 1"alllr; dock. already of the panther-become jtlBp and he ,
;:'. L' ....6-aecn! d:.'-. 4fof U burled It"off bye mperiamaa effort .SBIE.RSft& .r MERCIER ...n OUR 8 OGLI5COMPLETE "
: The brute lay panting:whereMt; fell and rlUl Uu Hardware;;; :.
'!f-' .- =tit.M n7 thefist. > seWers_hers will the hunter:Quickly regained his gun .. HEW "AND' '' ]
,->'t.. ":rea. be!,U?(;.and Mr'Angu. Rann, thrust-Odtwo ahelhi bat|*OQh4.'the Real Estate;and Insurance Agents SASH I : : ,
""' ''' ''''' ''''''''who here/for 'andr
located eome gone
_!''''..a'...:.'_ were contents, of both barrels Jfc&. his feroeloaII -r
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':'1".... ( '" 'but.Wooing, dl discouraged and DOt hav- -'aesallant He *tas>red Into Boa, 177 or.I t2003fi Avenue I D. I DOORS Farming'

:: 1/ n' fat m eblatth: ,b'ltM'htare'.ar.the; camp a half hoar later ail I Delated his ',MIAMI. I .. FLORIDA PAINTS '
it ,."'-\" 1 Jtowa' retained to their,home at Loaf adventure: Medical .aatjslance..was I Prices are Impiemen! .:8

;:x= ".... 'alone; NY.J3Since1then Mr. Rana ha summoned,0 ud .the:numerous' gaping Low
.Q S = | M e4.. 'nf Bla'TOlftuXf f p BOW ,
; '"y ;- woundS'were dressed. The clews of ,
: ;; an| Mrs: Baan'wlth' their' son have the beast eat through th< flesh like aruor. 0 ooseeoeeooeooooO I 1

:. \Vretnraed: make"Miami their future! .: pepetsiung-to 'tn|.,bone Mr.Sap' '' f : 'IEAT L J. W. WATSON
!e -srr"1aofDe:."Mr. uana:U expert' machlaI roL UtiY!
I .arms neck, abooldsrs and head 0. 'H'S.T.-ILL.: EY D EGGS. '
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:>.i. ;:" 1atjnd I wm ble..apee. la that Wt __ 'r ;
,"<' : : were terribly lacerated: (he will re-!! Oi
:. ,;'-. t bushels though/the, same has. not:yet' cover. The panther wLi I brought tocamp (foods Delivered Free. 1

": e _...;.':,",," deGllltei1'c1'; .. mined.- ,'- later ,and was !pljced. on the .u.OO&A000000000000 .!-U. "I '.. -

'? it ,;, 1>-: 'j scales.; It.,.weighed 62 pdsdstiHOTE I' .. vie Bancnethe: : : : '.
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"...,,,,OriSen",Reduction f .jln Rates' on Sugar"Cane'to'ractorte A.NNOUNcmy.'I4INT.jTHE '
::t--: "'" *: j =. ARRII' ALS. I 1IIA1.II'
. .,". ', > 1' UIIe.. Oct ber.,1.-The: ,BailCommtson -; : CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THAT MISS :r r : '
'' ro, ha Issued the follow HANNA PHEBE'$HIPPEE..0F BOSTON, THfl NOTED SOPRANO AND i ; ;.
'j;; -js road: 4 '
>i? .r.Ing(' order tithe 'sagas cane rate case: EcEZaLiin- TEACHER OF SINGING, WILL CONDUCT THE= VOCAL DEPARTMENT J. ;"
-t.:>-.. JU.''hereby.'ordeWd'that the follow-;, Frank, H.:.HasRoIl.; Co kmbia. s. C.; DAILY BETWEEN AND 4 P. M. AND WILL BE PLEASED TO EXPLAIN !'
,- j E1ebelberger. HER' METHODS. VOICES I Because It Is superior to aQ'
D: a. C-'ft.Rose. City FREE.
n1e to oftooorpound* on ; TESTED,
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........ <> D. F.,Howell, : L. 11Murra1. We .are telling their tog,
hh.. ,. .it.,..... can-n.rm*k'flfteen ton mln- Fort Lath1rdale;
-'' "" I BUSH. b' our and ;
; '; ::: : Daytcna; E. ] W. !, price terms are easy. "U": ;

lotateb : H.' Lip comb: Ocalav- I 1 iTHE I 1 want a good machine, let- na t.eJlabout

added 1b*"alto=*a lft'the'Railroad CoiaJnilsgloner -! .I CAPITAL'BACKING IT. WORKINGMAN'S FRIEXD. the T
;V ;;" ,. pi the\ tate of Florida for: 1 OLIVER. !
.. .-t"' ie,, 'tae.'Or she-nliroaiacud'. coaunonBTlers'dotmxibtnflness ,I Ceo. F. Greenwood and wile, Gart captain Robinson Making an'Excellent Bourke, COckran Say That This Is True I F
"fi :.".'a ; ; .wholly or In: nor. Masi Paint for Vessels of Democracy I II
q= y' 'Bart'within the State 'of Florida. ; : 'It -

y c L .gSngar"cie to siigar'and:slrnp facto- SAN CARLOS Captain Robinson, a well known On Monday night hut at Cleveland.

r .. !.. f- ?r1eslalm.nC,ftfteen' -ton to'a car F., W. Chapman ai.C wlfe. Lease: jtteajnboat captain! In and about Jacksonville Ohio \\. Bourke Cockran addresseda '

,Tea:mile-and 'under Me' per ton: SO Wm Wntz, }tjtwarkNJ Tatem Wof- arrived here yesterday from large audience his speech being a A machine strop ha* been added' to' .-

:;: tli ealwrfoW.aijinlleftJJOeper: : 1! ; ton; ford andwlfe'Hs9lanr ff, New York and will leave In a few days review of the fundamental principles our large establishment to satisfy the

... .too; miles and over 30 miles; bbl per ton; for Miami Say the Thnes-Uniotf of the two great parties. demand for a first class repair shop
*HO miles nd over *4)miles. CSe per ton; The' tropical: storm fuch' has been Captain Robinron has been to New He toO knp the question of the prosperity 'I for AUTOMOBILES and GAS EN

:&:i W toil4aB4wrer140, miles; 70c per ton.frmn.eand'ovsr : en'.route. this war tor th past five day 'York in connection with his pint manufactory of the country, and said thatIf GINES, and that department la la
; was reported :it noon a* central near')ll ml. The captain is
(0 mile, TSe per ton; yesterday the present
; prosperity was the fullest charge of skilled machinist We are ,
_z >?0 mile* and over W mile, goo per,ton':. ,near; Uw south, <|fltpf' Florida manufacturing an'excellent paint from tha the country could enjoy that at your service.: ; t

:;-i.9 o mile anf} ove 4>W Bile. We per.ton; Caloa. .The only sec dg of:the State the Everglade of'| Florida. I but If It was not the fullest thar '

...jJOO. .lanes. .aa4. *er,10'miles.: lie perk where;there II any apprehension felt I This paint U said to be an excellent Is'possible, they should be hurled from ; J M
b.<:' s. 4'::,t- ''\1.: ,.." 4' Ie: the .East:,Coait:, lt Tltnivllle, thing for the preservation of hulls of power adtho Democratic party placedin LOFTON & EINIG .: *
,Ca Z ,;. Jfoteij.These'rates to apply;provldA which bu been off"frpm the world';I vessels.' He but' tried the paint on I control of the government I I Successor to Lofton L Johnson.1 Opposite Poet Office. '',,, .ms-

..;-y'.' the full product* of the one are re- now for.two days by ;wlr*. There wu !several vessels and It is working fine. I He said that the term prosperity was "-

- y ;: ihlpped ,from\they|*fsctory*by .the..11l1ev no train troni Mlamtjtd.mebst., An-; His trip to New York.. It is said, was a i relative one end he believed that - .

.' Vlngtng la';the .cnt- Provided furth- gnttlne hut night evMJafitly because of I for the purpose of placing capital behind I the United States were not enjoying Get Your : ..f

a. .4 Z wthtoch'carrier; .. snakes as low rates washout on the ro.4|-,Jj'here were no the paint manufactory, and he was 1 the condition of prosperity which they /1\ '
other' competing .carrier-a the telegraphic communlwlon! i to tell the,: successful from all accounts. .i rould enjoy under Democratic : .
.. ;. cause.M the delay. + rates and the His i Snake river, .
_! Ont1, ;and product|1'If the product I* not plant on near Ijie speaker argued at some
dr ys jl shipped"as"ebov prodded: the rates only way to ascertail::i |tie damage will Miami and be stated yesterday that length; al to the effect of the protective I A r School
win. U 100 per cent'higher be to await the\ &. of the train the demand for 'hilwnt was so greet tariff system on the general welfare

$:r : ..; .Li-.NOTICJC IJOF-MEETING.tiTheaaria I I from the l south it U' fxslieved.{ however.' that he was unable to make it fast' ma'nta-inlng that tI enriched the; .

; be meeting of the Railroad ttiitvottbjlde; of a.-|h/te7/( rain there enough. The plant will be greatly enlarged few, at.!the expense ol the many PA SN'Tf ns

7-:1'' !;: i ;,Commlssloal. ra Tallahassee-at, has' ben no,dam=:U1te.IncllcatloD| | ]'r this winter. I The':I peakpr said that the return toDemociratlc a ", P rM1;

w i o'clock:.a,'Bi'sap'jNoremberJwhen so farasth; principles would mean the ,
.:?," i is'-proposed' to' ""' sideeRthe. adoption cern <""AI'!.!> the''etfefti that there has betterment, of the condition of the 'I .. ---- :

|;of the foDowlni> :'amendment to classljvfieadoa bens no-eriouistiftiln! that part STATE!: NEWS. s forking 1 In l,.. '
; J.' man shorter hours of labor .... ..
Trc, Kolt_ofihe: Florida* Railroad of the State. ;..r :|hJf; -1 and ta Increase of wage, such I 1"1 00 r'k, 1.
a con- taw ,
: '. .. Cummer i :f.
; 'Conjmlsslon"t;;"tif;!J .\ 1-; L I' f' The Lumber Company's aitlonj being brought about by the In- i : : ,
i !*' rf Sugar-cane:for:/1I1a11U111.' C.,' The strongest petition ever presentedtaa"Jacluonvllle phosphate plant:No. IS, situated about greased production, which la a fundamental I .

:;;. :.ton* mtnimtm 1ase M. -, 'r ,( CoanclJ via the four mile to the westward of New- : principle of Democracy: Helaid

; "A:theit '-jAorj meetlag the ,railroad, one signed by-JOG,prominent citizens, jerry, we completely destroyed by Ore t tat Democracy give to the work- PIERCE HARDlfI8Wf

,_ ''t companies and leonunon carrier doing. urging Main street aJake ferry'landing Saturday nlKbt'I I The originated, in tngmaa !SO per cent of his production

t .: ''t>nalaess! wholl> !or la nartv within. the. and i the'pmpoeed tfiSUnaace.:granttegtheVferrjrxeompanji the-engine room, but was discovered the. remaining, 10 per cent being the I

,' 1! ,Stat ot Florida; win hare an opportn.' ; ; wtttlB'prlTlIeite* too late to sarejth valuable property, ?rllltiof( the capital Invested.MoPSPTICIDE. l1fid'
> .4 ?"" ..-,. It7 to be heard,' cause U' at the foot of that' trfeLjTh: .petition; _,. the flames were beyond control A S

.iif j > "any,70 fckvtj yf.ty the proposed change. Which. :wUI .be presented .to-night."contain ;rest many*,gathered about the scene, 1trw .I 1 i it -SLOOK.

) .:. lJa'",+laaldfiratjo :NQ01114; --' .-be : -namea'ofllleArly! ?every,bud- :mil by hard and!earnest work the coin M n"tr."d !i id ir
.. ",(,f fU' ''jr"/! '"1c .' ,''i. ...:.. aesa'-man'ta'th* dtfi'-.Th; people'art.;jnlssary,and ones; 'adjacent buildings J DIOCSTION. l-$

,i.'i-; i evMently,Interested Ja.Ihe matter; and ; ; l f .. ....., -..-... .' b._ .
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G I lie : (Successors j 10 EJwiaNtltou.. .) i, MENT OF MRS. Ltl.UA BfCARY. OF DTROIT. MICH.;.AS DIRECTO". :

WORK. .. ._
: : 413---12th Street' Phone 25. ESTED IN .THIS DEPARTMENT AND XPLAIN HER )LETHOD&j: j ,
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:L:J. THgUIAUI t I J. D. West a large tom&. 1'
.'t' .4DAII ,I I METROPOLIS. ,of Lemon City Is making U'business ,,are among.the prominent rla'tora .:Star. CoIUmbtui0.., has been spendingsome
trip to the city today.E. f.':+ in the city today.. f some he!e with a new to engagIng mmmmmmmfnmfmnmmmmmniniTnpipiNuaally's !
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3. .. ; I in the ho'el: business during the
i I'MAIL SCHEDULE. :. F Moffat who is amod this see, FOR SALE." -One good 1 family hone winter months., Yoiuk
I Who Is
':}., j vlr A" I ttoa'a pioneer ,eltlsena. ls| circling' and rubber-tired carriage. Price for The ; ;

""!!- sArrive. fro. a."tb. North1:0oam.-. among his friends today: iy.;Moffat I both $100. Addrtlll''C'' .can Metrop- I Though Ulelr advertisement has only .

.t' ,:''':.' t1'Z1'' '..'.. resides at Lemon City... I. olla Miami. 211 I i II been in this paper a short time, the I CANDY i, Druggist,
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y'j; "r 1 McAllister-Beck Real Estate Agency I II
.; ',acM 'u.e'v crth Mrs. 'C U Xlmanlea'jfaid little A' force, of workmen' are engaged'ID'I I report baring received a number of inquiries j I hPure.Tha 6iscay 1 $ : .

.1'1 .IU .:.. ., daughter ,Erma, Lee.: 'retarded, this putting the'Royal Palm Hotel electric I 'reg rding their extra special : "if.

r... ,- '". 11: .. ':U Po", morning from a month's: I|UU, wtlh light plant In thorough' tondltion for sale of lots and Mate they will make i. c-: .'."'''._.,'.l.. .'.;[. \, 'I" ..
relatives la the Ancient CUftjJI this seson'i run. several good soles 'of these lots this 'D' I >
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'Iji week, There' nothing to equal the .rD. All of onr.Drnifa,
l; lQ I. r). ;: : :I bar a few Real Bargains for,the It la understood that work will soon' Dally Metropolis. U advertising medium Chemicals and ;?
HoTiesesker la both city aal fconntry.a'C. begin on a cold storage) plant to be 1 Store preparation* are K
'h"'ii" h'. .-.. .,. Carroll ;the HomeekerTi Agent erected on the lot on which the old Mc Co Ireah. K" \ 'I' : f '
.' On fatalsLid'e' + .for_ teat:,, ttlnm oOo.:ri4 ATesm? P>' betwk"'SecondaidTilrd'atriiu Neil stable U now standing Mr. and Mrs R M. Watkins nurse E bathe 5O n urmethods -.
.. T t'JtrMLi"., "... ., ..It.rt :'' $ '" .. and children of Chattanoogs. TeaL, .commended
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J,: i'::1." P.-1; F Jlowell.- *.* ..,,.w of-Fort-- Lauderdale.T.' ,la George" Zapf.; ..4'onb1'' il. I city Mr marshal*. Nicholson Luke Nicholson mother of who deputy has who acquired visited considerable here' last season Miami and real who estate =I C I IiGEIJGY. I I. j. C- Aben 1.!*',>.; I b'physicians.LILUIUWWiU all- "'...ur.UMJ." -I,Illl .",'t. '

'Is"7"tcnra..t0a&7.. -- 1" ..... J i from Went Palm Beach. |tMnporta been visiting here for some time, returned among which was the Baker home uwwwwww1u
.:.t- "" ':Gin.U.. qlllte'a deal of damage front1 prater to ''to her home at Tltusrllle this on Eleventh street, hare returned to J htuwultUtlWUlid i ;

1x; : f.Jame; ; .i& 'prosperous ner rations business house np'ere.t'. .., morning.W. the city and for the present an guests ----. .. :-..
of Laths '
:'chant Rare, Is among today'sU "' :e !rf at UA San Carlos. Mr. Watkins Is -r-:
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'l_ .. i4':. *.", ,( W* purchased from the"factory for a Baldwin, by his j attorney U. preparing', to inake considerable 1m- .r:. it
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}!.,}' ; I cash; we can therefore, defyjtompetitloa. D. Price today filed a petition In the pronnenta ID' |the Baker home which ,t \.
'7f ;U:Mortimer Murray;last well known .' yBush Jjl f f J Circuit{ Court for an order adjudging will consist of|the addition of several i- ,
1 traveling maa from Daytona la again Safford Piano Co. rooms and the acing of the same with I ".t'
i Jennie M. Osban a lunatic!, and for the '' ;i
the'dtJ.ObulD...., .
i" la ,., ;jjJE jj appointing> of a gnardla for her person. native atone. Work will be commencedat ; ,;:: ,
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I or'ctnUeman of .
:ad j ji aa early date. ,
t : M} Head icka\'and ||y. H. Lips- I i fair education to travel,for a firm.o..' estate. :,
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,,;' { :womb,':prominent Ocaiana.r ... In the I $r.e.o xi capitaL Salary $1.073 per year I i J..r..j
';f; dty. indy.pleasure.Mr. and expenses; paidweekly.-!i t AddressM. Mr. Philips' who' sold his meat mar-
ket in this city a few days to Mr. .. "
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;&h, ,,;;;,..OIIEf .,- Prrclvcl. .Miami.. Fla. j School.l
O. H. Stiller passenger ;
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1-' Wo ord. of Hal'lettdalejan -1 J Jlirs. 1 !
out this morning on the steamer Martinique {
ti 'i :*moag the visitors in the : V. C. Leary of Key West w:+o a .
!day todjiy.. ,onjbnsines and. pleasure.. hu been paying a pleasant rklt'to !!I'. for Port Tampa via Key West ....
... *' 4 r where butcher if.
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and Mrs. It. H. VVhltnalt FUthrtrt ,
r business on an extensive Ueale. .l BooksSCHOOL m'l t
+ ",.:WANTED.-Pear BM&.I WUoa ft returned .to .her laou1 -'In the .
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bland ,City this morning. Zf.$
111'L--1 t' A lighter load of coal and water was

z .;. fte...seipotthly..eatios eitl:council. meets: tonight+,. -All In m regttlar m-- few Mrs..days.E.with V.Blackman her daughter is',iiZ,Mrs.!t t.,spending Wa-a towed over by the to the tug Klondike Roes i;! dredge, and thismorning Immediately .I LAND SUPPLIES.Cm D The Hudson a|1C|C e .: ti: .i,;

: art brenent't after baring been taken on
:.,: :'bars,''. ti nqueated. ,' to bed r'---i see, at Oraage Glade. Kr.')lad Mrs.D. board the will-resume ,
:: dredge work
i., .'.. ./ L.. Hughes are 'at _'Ule';'plackmaa In TW
", ,Mr aMMri. Clem- cutting the channel through the stripof
f ; Temple of//M011Dt home with Mies Belle' during_ .their "'Beob, I :
a--. --oas.Mkhlgaa."an: among F the many mother's absence.. land of Norris Cut Work has Is Built to Ride.
i ,
Pone Boxes ,
> risitonTto. thla'Mctlon for the winter. j been suspended for several days on account J
,. .
., 1ft The of
I choice because
professionals it.i I
of a lack of fneL PeaaawdPeatiU, .
)r(. ( 1 Mr. and )lrs.'Georp ant'aa4;: family '
:'T: t ,.;::70U4 O _'ICE ROOKS iFOR,t : RENT. who hare been lathe eltyjbe, past Fred j Ratter who secured the con SWa.JI the Best' wheel I made. :

.J""t 1", ...Apply. Room' f';Hatchtt8ol14ing. \ :", two'weeks as:guetts.'of ill.|J ld* Mn. tract tar xcaratlag the streets for the R1aks 1905 model $4.. _
& I
: >' 7' .. R. M. Smith and Mr.. and Mht>Chaa. H.GwthsId laying .of the new water mains has ;Etc.Second r
Jf ,
.A'anc 4uc\ter wa born to Jar and .. wen passengers. ,$turning!started'work beginning at Intersection "
:t'JIlL; J.Cl Garoa" on Tuesday; night at to their bom la Key,WeatjhU: morning of Arcane I and Fifteenth' street and I Hand Books Taken Don't Throw Your' Old.Tir{

?-} their..:bums':- few;mne.i I west of the'etty. onlhe steamer'Martialdue l -I;!working north to Fourteenth street I :Jin I Exchange. Away T res4
-"'; ; 'i The contracts aa signed both eica1 I .
..-, *t" i, 'Trains on .the East .Coast' Rallwirwhich I rating and laying of the'pipe calls for it We can vulcar.ize them and make them '
H,1C. ooctiil.; the honorable+ Just* I hare been delayed the;past few, the work to be completed within fourmonths THE good as! new. We are the only people k
of the peace|or the NinthDlstrtct, issow days on accounts of washouts along the I Captain Baker of West Palm RACKET STORE. in Miami who vulcanize Tires.

'; employed at depot 1 n road' are again ra uwac'on'(Schedule Beach who has'the contract for laying
'thtadtjL "1} a.tbe.mrt\\ I time both the outgoing ail Incoming i the pips baa order cl the sixteen Inch ATOM Expreu O OBcfc. M.r 4 f W. H. CH A1LLB rnprlrtor.A BON.
R -k'- K'i'V trains test night and this farming, ar-. : mains from Chattanooga. Tenn. while 1 I The Hudson
r n. L't.;;ljndgi| riving and departing.on tlin4I 7!' : the majority of the smaller' pipe will Cycle Co, ,1:
sad Hairy.aa. aer.Frank'i. 1 be brought from Palm Beach, where the
1 'at' UrtAa d U;,; The steamer Martlnlcne' r$ Crytcl herschedule East Coast Company has a quantity Tate t th3ig Boat. 1005 Avenue D, Opp. Ullendorff Block, Miami FII ,

-*speeding>- 1 the:' miner:: 2.u*'! _. I "this:morning:b?$|:1 here;!I leftover from work;there!. Both contractors aooooooonocoooix

-dFOa11.WC. CHEAP.-- I Ety.West..and Han;a, and !jjent.oat; I an under a bond of $1,200 each .- -- -- ----- -- --- --- -
r with a fnlg&t a tT7ct.*,?-'' :or the:successful filling of their -- &
-.oYU Ll'UlTEBI:1> 18, FEET., very heavy contracts -
;.Justtt}u l nee on 1 Apply I fir passengers a majority of.teem beIng I The CLYDE jrill make regular trips '
; +1 forr ever., West and ftarana.who .I i i daily to the Beach, tearing the Stone
resident of Key
,, _
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> JIoz ; .Ec: I Dock at 2.00 landing at the rmayl
f p. m. new
v i LLL. .have been.. storm. ,bound. htn.Measr I I:Y nuns
: Juci jetties (}
dock of the .
? ?_ llraTL:7C.'Tdm. who been spend- JJi\v.\ BUSINESS: LOCALS.: I ferry where every facility north Is furnished for
"tr+,i lag th*; unmer at Pem4 OLe la ex *. CL B. Bradley ii.McDaaald.'wen
|% potted lo:return,homi.toalght or to- passengers iMng over .1 ... .., good bathing and the Beach being enIrely .
,feife mu.wiwam' &. 'At-'| to.Key.:Vest this morning toif-the purPOM Headquarters taaey" groceries, traits eat off by the training wall frome' A complete and carefully selected stock. We buy our irair[" in .
,, g,>;5:, I .I> __ of_engaging a tag aad.bsfjce,to repair ..oe. at Wilaoa 4lrlye's.7 current from Norris email quantin pod often, so we car, alwaye have them .... and '
i* .ChasSmith| ha*the eottnet I for lay;=; the eabl. 'of the 'Wester* union i :U'your en1q machine oat of order! Cut'lDlet, there! la non of that under HT*. Our customers the benefit of this and are alwajs Mtisfied ; '

A' .:.lgallstw; thotaaadronnd $ ..of earth ,..t criPli' C aaP&D1"hIda' l'Broken; Let,:W. .U.Dtojhtry, repair It', He tow'wtlcb.. make I sea bathing so Gangeros. t6e &I &itst i QrinU a

_. th*;Florida, Coat Hotel. between hen and that cltyj \'t'biy win boa hows.100EAsimsAY : tt ttoo f ores :Banc area .
.. 1 ., the In a few *:. e ; No channels follow going ; no ,
return oatflt a
with ; ay
property to Ula '
;-P.j"'! ... \: ...-" A; i CONSERVATORT'or.. : :VO- lone walk after'yon tt tact, sad : : : jrom Ei4tfiu, : : :
-a .. a0ocon.I week slc1lUcJa.lN\CO'..[Ate.BUSH
.... < .v-1-H. B.. octer.': 1' of t G iota.wbasits Some'Urn within:to* .a : .' ; CENTS I t" I
? !] been'.Itti Q alaol )bonvs1aKBtncky ... tag belonging P. Sanford oes.',the DrRECTOR,; ue' \ ''';'\ rm'TwzLTra..yr; ; ONLY 25 FOR THEROUND..TRIP. I at the soda fO Dtaio. Special creams and berbeU Satardar_, '
--.,?- ,,itnrned.thlBl:, m._, b t'u,.p dredging eoatndG 'f' ken ,flCOMXT'i TO lXUn- to: OaiCoastf '. afternoon and .evening We want gout patronage and will',..
1!' l irlAti !: fromJackaonrm: .in, MtM& tow pptr .. r', < always endeavor to see that jon ,get the ,beat in 01It.hue;:
Smtrlty 0 Wlt: T.' + I _?"' ,
.. .. Ross : ..;IIt ,, Inch* : f ,
.. .r"p. the d dgea ; .
"'lo' st:B:Shaw:;at Ttretltk atesta.-.1t' .r '
blx r-f__ ... .
''Resaieber he'meoantr'ot the iCem- Say:. Th* tax I* aald to be powerful ,."- ; ..t ; <' si.eilt PcnwMal Attes o. bps.r Trref't.n:hO d tot wib"' ".
; :' ey'A.odattoinextTlisredareightspan -, 110 craft'and;wiL bs brastt;down tsdles for all ldsdi!. (.arwlngsialehlmei :: 1' ; t;, elMat Ie alr \v. LJ'YOUNGS "
';: e aiPtala'own ntet., tb. 'tt Wt'JJa&'tri-lOO1 Y .' '(.. z aw. .... "
'' < 'penOa' its the coast by ; i .liJ,4"'t.
liAKEcr.E TJ
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: H g3COLORED PEO1LE :: : f QtST Q ; :
WasGit""toi5a i1'e'J1 '
-' ._ Ie *s| 8itwa J JWr1d's
'; )1 r HER AND ELSEWHERE..: fI'7
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I That Sailed to I : \ a :- .j., fJ
x J;Slay of t"GI'OY" .. -

_ ;;" la ton Counts)yesterday att D4tDC'court. .1 and'as a result we are I I II : FairJ

. I I I'' now working t.f I Information o! .Interest to the ute. i" .

;*:, .. ,1 ';'Vista,.-:Mr. yesterday J. R. knowles on buaID way_up. to'I Ito Buena ; FOUR YEN TAILO..RSJ.[$f* Concerning Miami and Best* Line; to St. Louis T ;

\ 1
;=:;.c' ., i I in order to keep ahead,ibf. Port'lon'of. Dade !I J Superb dining car ;[service iJ.
Keep la mind the mothers''meeting'for : 1 I i
I orders. All this hi* :

t' ; ., Monday ilfternoon.S .. :I our been brought about by, !, I avers, going and retaking: \ | t:

,. Mr. Tajflo| of Lemon City!, a vry the satisfaction which fot 1 1 80 many inquiries an directed to' able u in .w.;
J and far at Lonisiille
the Metropolis by prospectivesettlers Atlanta Koonilie
,industrious |oung uaan. was In tows ,Asheiille !
lows work. :E homeseekers concerning conditions !
yesterday oti business. our or
y. v' .- I j tit I existing In this part of the country Miami I and principal North Carolina>' Monntain Resorts ,
.' night ti correspondence ;
; and the burden of : entailed lances
4 !
."'; .Last : was the regulu 1 meeting ., 1 i
; thereby has become so heavy. water I See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in world Famoo .11
c 'flight of Ewi Light Lodge of (}. U. 0.1 : .)
' '' '' I that we hare attempted In the following I tem free '+' Grall Region. Lexington and Loni Tille. .
$ !
of o. F. 15 i ;
Pants to ? ,
We make .
! S'' ", I u article to pers J I| Free reclining chair cars and high Chas" day CtXac' H. Through, .;

-" a Clan m eel g* on Tuesday night last measure from j| t. as is moat Important, end to bank. eta I I sleepingcars Jacksonville to St. Ljoui It: : .

c fwere very i t n- attended and also pray.Fr II'i answer the questions most frequently streets of !' Folders, rate, etc., cheerfully furnishe l upon application. ""\ '. .'.
I' asked. It is hoped by this meaaa thata practically ,
j *<. tj' of..
/ "Peeung1- -V 'I $4.50 sample copy of the paper of which East Coast : J. C. LllSk, District passenger Ager-t. i.

I .'- I --- hundreds are sent out will, la most tension of 108 W. Bay St. nvi'1
; Mr. D. A. porsey, our worthy townsman Jacks -. Fla : i
for cases serve the purpose Intended bet- built ---. '
"". ; who caret for Cape. Florida I ,
Y.\\- ":'I''" 'Mr. Davis ?!: very nice man. time lulI and a Catchy Suit't ter than a personal letter. Specific' information I forty-five I --r-- .t: ".. >
5' be obtained hy writingto a feeder to w : "
r .Tneaday night to stay a short '
., He returned on Wednesday.fci as low as : any of the real estate or other firms Here are AND PROPERTY OWNERS r E
ft't of P.
: whose advertisements appear ia this the
it'; r. The Plckens. II Literary Society I meets .22.oJ paper; and the best way to become fa- whose lines If yoa don't want to SAVE t MONEY. we can't 1;'f -

'jJi oa Friday ivenlng at 7::30'j; j o'clock. $ i ; mllitr with local conditions progress, to Havana, ] help you. If you do. c$me to

:-; Y. Owing to thft inclemency of the weather ,,! industries and current happenings, wharves
':,-. '. '.we hare not;been able to hare a meetIng sna -f9K while contemplating removing to this keep pace The J. A MCDONALD co. i I

$ : In two veeksl, We hope that every 4H section. Is through reading the Dally maritime ,

'". member wilt be out on said night without Jl&J or the Weekly Metropolis the formerof the I '
}';<' ? fall iHer. We Guarantee our work orsjvre which win be fent to any' address which Is AND BUY YCUR) :, 4

.:f. y. back the money you paid ffr it 1U25 for '' r
I at the rate of $5.00 a year, Long Leaf Yellow
,; W., M. Mccarther. of I Jackson- WORD three mouths: the Weekly-* large IV cured from Pine }_'
: ,: .YI11e..hoa an evangelist ;iof 'the J. A. ; page paper-being milled for n.60 bor ( ,: [
at $16'prt.IM.
t'kt!' ; 'Primetl Baptist Church land also Next to First National i l year. East Coast d.
,t. ; ,State organiser/ for the Mutual:Aid 80- THE! CITY OF MIAMI. expend a -
ii -,
4-ll;.' ciety, was.*f passenger oa th. delayed Sprang out of the wilderness eight is now Boards same price! ..WSt t. ) u r lisle. Brick [ kinds 'g
'. boat from Key West on Tuesday.,. He i 'i' years ago the railroad having reached it Is a I 4 ].

z= held servicel at 'Rer. Joshua's church Magic; Cit this point April 11. 11M. Prior to this propriations Cement Sash Doors Mouldings, and whatever else a =

'on Tneaday flight He .. a very strong h : time one store whose trade was principally harbor to In : | ; requires: at lowest possible figure. y

;<'t'Gospel preacher 'and a Christian gea- Drug S qb. with the Indiana, and a few with Its

tlemaa. He. :will be in the city for several ..t" pattered famfllea, eking oat k precarious cial I "
I lit ; You Know flhere We Are=-!Utfi Street HinL
days. n< doubt livelihood by wrecking and the :; :
: i'' I 1 J.\. BUTLER MiitJ1" | manufacture of coontie starch were jmbllc IfyWl-tnnrin'nn '
--- --- ---- -- -
: )lr. J. wGrace.a! ; highly respected Proprietor. }Jf\\j\\ the only evidence of civilization. Oa and by an .
-- -----
..merchant ot WI'dt). has been very ill L July :s, ISSt Miami was lacorporated of this port I ; -- :. :

A for'several |>ays.: So much soj that he Patent" MdkiDeS.'j toiletArticles as a city furnishing perhaps the only and Booth is thus avlas of about $'00 REPUBLICAN KATIOXiL :AND CO*: \

? 3:wu'forced to suspend business;entire!,. Dngs. Instance oa record In which a toll say .:re which is the cost. of slMddta fRESS ONAL Ti, XET. ; -

& ..;Were ft.Dot for the kindnes of Mr.VJ.T.onesjjo & Sonifies. \\'crf. !i\: fledged city cam. into existence with must north. There.. Un to twer* i

\c ; ; keep open his store, he i ul Stationery t 1 out first having been a town. Three completion plants to the ten and Ot For Presidential Electors: E \ :

'would. have_And to close enurel,. He Only :X>rus: (Store 4ncomAVXi : wn hundred registered voters are'required A glance brings la the neighborhood r c. r. BCFTOM l.

.<;;: te i>W imiomewnat.. I!]We trustjthat o Axnjrxra IT .r to entitle any community to be called mOat 60 cents a doses for Red BV*> CEO. K. ROBINSON; ,

;: his 111* win be of abort dura- the future 2S cents apiece for Porto Bleat CEO. r.
-t ** s' Jt: a city, less than that number constituting W. HOLMES
tlon and that he may be'speedily returned X strike ; threatened la a town. 'At a meeting held for percentage of plants fruiting i. G. A: W, UTTNDELL.

; to his buines. 1r wha mining district of Westp, Itiiaia. the purpose of incorporation three Miami ; : !. upon the ear and Judgment *s A. M. CUSHMAN. "

'1:K1: J on account of the operator! posting and ohalf months after the first schools in in their.Vulture, some grown : For Congress Second District:

!'t *j Preparation- 1>Emanclpalion-Day notices that there will be no discretion train reached Miami, 144 votes were the 1 succeeded in securing: trot ] J. M. CHEXET.REPUBLICAN .

,', .,;should-begin at ;once, .. we anticipate In the employing of Union tM .nonunion cast The phenomenal growth of this The 90 per cent of the plants la the!' -

. ? having a day that will go down la the men. early period has been sustalned tilated and STATE TICKET>t+; -
c, i, history' iamb a*' -Emancipation t of teachers. i For Governor
throughout' the eight years of the nay be onrchased from IS o* :
:;Dty." Iwo ttt will be n+sary to BROKE INTO HIS HO j city's history. be erected : an acre np depending oa prozlat M. B., )IacFARLA' .

; organize: nancipatlon* r"i pro tarnation 8 Le Quinn. of Cayeneu ; iraa I I, POPULATION. ETC. provide roads and shipping point! Goat !:For Secretary of"State; : -
issocisUon .mal ing an { "- of robbed of his customary ,.tA- There are : JOHN F. HnitR. ,
Miami has at present a resident population on rock road within ( mitoi o .
ladles.., By iiolng this in "tlmf + we shall rasloa of chronic eonstipaUod.feJWhen; sical i For Attorney-funeral:
In .
of between 4,000 and 5.000. I'e' may be had for |50 an act.. aa
,-.c- ;}Jhe able to nVe[ a very strop jflnaoclaltacking. Dr. King's New Life PIUs bto|* this the winter, months this population is that every bat less than that sum fcr Urn FRED 8.:.:"CUBBERLT.For .
;; 1 .rom. ,the 15th In rant we and -
( .; his house his trouble was arrest augmented'' by the addition of hundreds supplied. ; Immediately on a road. The sam Comptroller: fA .
shaH hay eonly two months and a half. | 3 eyn J. ,
> now he la entirely cured. of visitors, mostly of the wealthiest flourishing of land farther away fron L. SKIPPER. > :.I'I

,'_ .-- held;fo b}IW our clr .,in many guaranteed to cure at all drdfsures. classes; who come to enjoy the Every facilities can of coon i .For State Treasurer: : ';

;;,r-" .:rays.. If we can, bring together a41 of --_ Mil. i: Ideal climate and the finest fishing in : for leas. The land is n> E. M ,BRELSFORD. ; .
'tile thinke| of ;jibe! city andj Fet them SAVES TWO FROM DEATIL"Our handsome For State Superintendent of Pnbll '
the world. To accommodate these in appearance to those a< :
aL -dtnterested, fcuc may be accomplished.Butlet little daughter hf J' !!Jaimost Instruction: **' "
visitors there are numerous hotels terian. to the deep rich soils
01 't: .
-S- tu;;urt In time. rapt do as ;aul attack of whooping cough and W. R. O-JCTS.VL.!: '
and boarding houses principal among Church M. States being rocky and sand :,....
Only W.l1t Havl- ."
did i4 EmanHpatlon Day. Mrs. For
writes Commissioner
t .;:wt bronchitis. of Agriculture: ...'
. which Is the Hotel Royal Palm an Im- Baptist results can be obtained from I 1 .
: "'s few.wereluut.and did anything. land of Armonk:, N. Y.. "bui 4rf en all J. a ROWLEY. '
mense building 640 feet long, 300 feet in excess of the returns reaiizw .
--. ether remedies failed we aay her life SOI For Railroad Commissioner! : :.
throughout the wide and five stories high with accom- the more fertile sections of tb 'J:{:.
l U the school teachers Our !
New H. '.
/ ; Tlth. Dr. King's Dlwojefy. T. RITCHIE. \\1
.* could onJj of the modations for SOU guests beside lobbies The F *tllixer must be used bo -
\Bonth_ cetjthe eo-operal\\ had consumptionjli For Justice of <
niece who 1'11"ad lion IK the Supreme Court for Term : 'F.
: ; atrons' 1th8ffsbou14! mlfb good rotundas, dining rooms, offices returns more than Justify the u
> I ranced stage. also used this rbpderfulj of Six Tears: ::
v atcomPlIshecL It seems eta It Is Mt In twenty acres of trop- ter \'e involved ) =
could:be But$ '
medicine and today she is perfectly W. B. SHEPPARD. : a
j kets.
i. /thit the parent,:who Is only a casual well." Desperate throat ac<4 n g dlsosj :2al gardens, beautiful beyond descrip- of energy and Industry ar For Justices of Supreme Court: g
f. teacher Is bts'beat friend aw i the best NN blscorry tion. There are several other hotels, but there i ..-- : "'i-
J. I : geld to Dr. King's | welcomed and the country' O. S. PARR. ._
: t'; friend of t'e child and that le Is slm- earth. smaller than the Royal Palm to be vegetables x.
< as to no other medicine qn being pnctlralr Just hi' ; C. 3. ADAMS y4
":tt \:ply_ In, thf achl-room to help theI Infallible for coughs and 'fold's. SOc turn yet larger and With better service egg plant there is room for all to reap the E. P. AXTEtl ..

: good parent train: his son 01 daughter rod $1.00 bottles guaranteed: by all than Is usually' found In towns of planting which must ensue u the r. "

ai1bey should ;be. The aoughtfal twice the size. At this writing an- October 1 of such > -tr .
.- druggists. Trial bottles 'r4 .. development Capital find REPUBLICAN COVNTY ;,
.. f :parent knows at a glaace; that the S other five-story hotel is In process of of November the most profitable Investment whH For the Legislature! TICKET: ; $P

; _, '-,teacher. alvbuid! jor does, kbetter I Work has already begu / & the big croction. is in demand and well paid. Po DR. H. C HOOD. .
instruct child thi he does. i The population is cosmopolitan. every being :
the i
f" exhibits of the South Flariita The of moderate means who come hen For Clerk of the Circuit\ Court:
_: "mode | of State'' In the Union furnishing Its t sessions
baring study
_ 'I a feet length small
t' aein exhibit will be EOO tin buy a tract or land, make ; MORGAN E. JCNES.
't' < he same. l B'ut the other klmf hare not and 120 feet In width andj WU1 be so quota of representatives. An undesirable etables home set out fruit trees an. I For Sheriff:

.., a once thought o|, can he n illze the: 'ODEtiurted: as to allow of f ihp" additionsf !' foreign element Is unknown. Vegetables waiting for these to come int : H. T. FERRIS. j
.I" >" prairie
:the teachet is forking In coi oqeradouKny JOO feet if necessary. EtM1; t county CLIMATE. timber engage in trucking, are al For County Treasurer:

-' ,.with! himSif. he ha been good -ill w- ..iron all the : aired for- Writing from personal experience marl. acd without exception, successful JUNE .M. ; ; ". ::: Y.
Parents ttirn lour children FTrto the IndVI4Ii after visiting California and other sections
ja this
n. blt11lg an will success coats less effort thai For Tax Collector: ti '
:;:- .of. ; ke knows better where climatic conditions are Fruits -
teacher. q>an you. !
s.- ':! f JW -. will be taken to tajfipa Without parts of the country whlli i J. I. WILSON
.Jf' which
; unhes- are
Considered at their best we can
1 charge by the ra4lwarsjjtjd; express : climatic conditions render out-doo For County Assessor of Taxes:
';;;. .. hajj spoken. many_ times in thiprer !aWl 'tatlngly say that Miami has the most prairies '
a mothVrk''' -omnantrs and will be f tpr.- possible every day in the year D. L. HUOME3:
concerning meeting. climate In the United This rook
1/ ;CK-ala Banner. | !f :: -rrfect winter the tealth benefits of such ai For county Superintendent of Publlf ,
*hlch was much needed lo-thls pro- containing -
is almost even
'.| i Staten Cold unknown :
. .!.::.__I' 1 J ; lib thrown in. At the sam Instruction: j
"' : <: cty': It has been I looked uponas''a as '
-,1:;: ; :. most TESTIMONY OF A M&J STER.It the slightest l Jjvii very rare. people who are enjoying healtl : REV. S. O. MEHRICK.i _
." hecefsity by the ihoushtful.ones The warmth ->f '-i-nracr :s- temp j'Sdi places, '
: I
it moderate success in their
i iRer. preen For County
wbtber. -a mother ; > >r wifea the At- to be
'; ; Jno. 8. Cox. of f JVike, Ark.xr'ift >y the cool! t-rrtvn from had better stay where they ar J. IRVING GORTON '
i!} t .These goad women have dei: attempt and '"if lilhot temperature apparently
jfc suffered: be
"For twelve yean should weighty reasons to In } or County ComraltKloners
an at an *&rly date.i of this : :
\ ; ;. Organization thermom-
recorded II. government
I jcdngulted I by !
:rom Yellow Jaundce. anyone to make a move of net 1st District-HARRT RfCHARDS.2nd 2
:, ; Seeing that i-h'T wanted ton is informa4tion'concffniD rr.ohtbs Is 98. hone1- '
4. ai:: ter during tnmmf!
&jiitred! .
: (?" the organlr ktlon that lumber of physicians the trees People who have mad. Dtlltrl't-c. r. HAIGHT. : 11J
ME! \I.TR .
of medicines but fptino relief es elsewhere not to b 4th District .' '
orts are likely -R. PECK.
!:j\\ f they mlrt be able to start fight, Mrs. : tint In and draw ; I 1irI
..." of ectric BIt. The city r. Vs among
I Then I began the use ; Sf successful here. Intelligence an' 5th Dtstrlct-WAL'CER WALDEJtFor l'f'
.Frtocet i Payne the -wife Mr. Scott
44 would
\\i of health. ,
... Ism n6r'ftnred of he Unitedtrt| )(rs. S. H. dart. State 'fit and feel that ; a ing ... )' are u essential to good for Members of School Board: ;:,
iC. -irasp foi There Is ent-> ''+'fnm\ rrtim malaria. i
that had me in here In list Dtatr'ct-J.
and Jlsease ; as any other part of th T ZICLER.a ; .
oreanlrttg no promptly itplitd, makes
t ; sent wi rds to the twelve :years" If you leant" a'reil- ind there are o "prfva'llr.g! : dtseasrs" I I I ,:!nd District Y3 !JIL .ER. I '
; mar Vacpuragini? I material, .
: allir 'p..lll are common to
for ltversjnd kidney Dlstrirt "
I able medicine jSrii -C. S" YOUNOS.For .
x3 \ inteaded anKr. Mrs 1 is
ir; ayne an I b be and Jail it Is desired to engage In genera
V ro'intrwent
all parts o'
M genera
stomach Justice .
troabin. disordef < of the Pesre '
v-J arae tJor'J: and with 1 le able aI 3.1' .. In the In the raising of wheat eon ; : 1"
I sere robbed rirt of th 'ir powr. as I jnd
Electric &
lebilitj. get Blttefjit's Knarinteed District-R "HIDD :
"" '.sletance if e }camber of o( er earnest j 'mild' much oats, peaches apples, grapes to
form !
"; Jy BOc. 'hey usual irrar In ;:3rd
all draggtata. District Frank
isi .by ; IDNER ft .1'1'
f Varfccn it
'i'o success. To ttI.ou J
< soxot; ---* and rarely ]>-vr the bad rltects/ which makes ths I products of the temperate zone ::4th District-C. W. PIERCE. t
WU idea it the top B discussed r world and must cast his lot some hundreds o ,
By the craeless ha9d1ttat >f a magazine follow In tl.! II akt of like diseases 6th District-W J. GREEN. '
31f'fbmothm: aieeUn'g we jjin name a P-nrM Ever ''and diphtheria ers In the to the north and accept the cot zr
} revolver In Boston?Monday, Joe elsewhere. For ConntsKe:
: 'sew" mothers to raise the
_ -i >_ : Tottralnj; awhile dition of is part of the legacy of land'
r; ,, .?' "'ttanla'r4. of iitbt'/lying; Walrott. the colored: pngl aC was shol ire unknown, typhoid ; 3rd District-DAVID MeCUNB.
1 nit these things can be ?
1 : 'startonn(11ng'.-tech that m4..eveop through the band and jftlKfa C.i E Hall fever v rely sru'of .f H a desirable grow 4th District-I. B. FUNK, 9. :
Is this
'-tslt a stock-raising country
crals. *
also colored was lnstanUj.QUed| by the pV for those suffering from Sth District-L H Burton < ,
and to bring
good.Sprightbcys; ?: "
Vj girl la "no-fence law which
;' bullet piercing his beP4r 'I lung trouixu. aktltuia, catarrh and Guavas a i* t adv. :: e
lN .ia' relattoa rsother.S a ,
i '> &Nt similar I"I.... which arts prevalentIn time are boon to the settler of limit !
I; ; hot dc I child; and there la little ttvt ,.
:tt. 'attn'uadlerfd THE BEST DOCT|It.Rev. !. colder; cllmite* Many persona affected Indigenous very CURES CHILLS AND
.to :interest purer"aad FEVER
: SUIo1'Jfir'SIrinPTens. with than ms haft come heresad with ttttl la the county. On the otar
B. C. Horton, : '
1..1' trafr homes; home If It la desired to Ia the ..
bft ban.aie4 greatly bearer tree ro engage
: V hnbaad writes, July Wta. 1'K haft or
". V. .auractiie how to keep for home jcbildren neat aajl ai \ tidy; how: wed In my fatally Bailarl'iyknow Lint fitted. Of coarM. this' to sot'the eaa after,p of citrus fruits, pineapples, va Oi: W. Wart Nacogodoches, Texis. !l

: teach { meat and Horehotind Syujj, and thky In every lastac&) People dIhena, pplr*. tropical or semi-tropical fruits says: "His daughter had csXJls and
boys ud men tojjre! pectwo-.
.",- ."=to Aeranyjby tachlagthem| to re hare proud eertalalyliaiaeat .:The they do everywhere *]**. ':'No eooatryha what ,. growing of vegetable at the sea I fever, for three yean; he could,not find'anythog ",k.
f I of the year when aQ other part that would help. her
< > het k discos Brad When people an JII'ODI' : till lie'
>t r uel
= ,speet' laothers' aad'slster*; and many is the v* er ythea I ; i'J,
;. <. that'.JDee for headaches sad-palni.fThefeougJl] ,M tan -tauivM froIIi a.ach sad tliia. oeksn, 1I country an la the grip of wta-I' used Heroine. His wife "ffi not keep' .{
tBpteaVttlThlar ne
,..z"-{ iWm'bi.'IaeIlust'1IoadQ Other afternoon.An ,syrup has heca> for tw: Let, At the sam.JJa*, It nay t* tnthfony plaatiaj. this eeetloa offer' decided adTaat'j house without it. and cannot sal 'tw"; ';::0..

sid Chat tt _flttfcm t.adt '.gross Sa y over any other portion much for f COe. Sold by Red Crow
z wive and mothers *:"!fted to eight ,.... SSe lOa; .lMi, Sold hy ... "

../1 -: attend pda meeting.y.fttx Red cross Pbar *c7, t ti gssiisl" hsatthMasr:;(vs I. -i<, es VV.. >A >x' i"Q t :t i t "I'f "
A .. .. ,[ .4 t1'-1 .J"1L
c4 a r.Ge t.3ayN r-4" averts .. j -

v c" ,....t

..;.- > ,. .. .........;".i,,.'" .:!"r.' >:1\t.o t' '."...-0"'

ill q ; :'".";'i'!'i'i?"?:.. ; : ,' ., ";\'i\>",,;x' \

i'>\. "- '..;:: 'IE;;";' ;"';"; "'f: ;,;,c ,-.,. # ,?j<*",**.,Hfe --\o.. \;" :, ,':7'1 .' !,.,"t ,._.
:; "" c" >
!' ......-- ,- ., --- ... -.- .- '" .
.. .. .rr ;
-*" "-) *-qjj.ORIGIN' .e 'VT jfcfrifjgypyya :TSA.'lBh.; ** '!> s ii'
: : -Rn: 1t'i :** II NOTIC8.j, .
< .
/i o them r : OF THE MUFF -j qt. : ";): '--- I n.L-

: .( i EFFECT1vLMT48,1904. if f I. Notice Is beret that Flora Q COOLEY. '& HORNER T
i At First It Was the Exeluiiv pef si y Spy yr. X Fner George B. Wai ,. ;
!l''" VwMtuin N...... .
; DalITO tile gas .0.. _X&D4W.- o.u dron. Jeanette L. Brown, and Mart CWaln.'IIt -
I "Do you know that the color of a The Real Estate and Rental Agetits % 0
.. !G1id --:80:: associate themselves tc
.l m 1Ue. ria
.. J 4
...Lw...Jesup aea.u.vni.L__ ___ __ __ ao, ey ItJ I 1103y Ly..1Ga ..4."s.. I cuff once betokened the rank of form
-Library Association, and after
u hyuall, .Y- _- ul). Ay e. AI''M....... tics. _. ___.bu I i41' i- the wearer?" said a furrier the other 12th Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Bank. '
'p .IIIIII"\&. .. e4 IJI I 11.My 41'' Adaut.. soa. four weeks publication of this nods .
.A . 110. Ry: 9 55a Ar Rome. U. _.. ... eo day a* he itroked a beautiful 1 -. 1
..... t t will apply to the Honorable Minor S
4r 61oon g. Io. 1(1 1250p 4 r DalioD.Ga. tIO Ss
fi .. ..... sealskin muff. "In the days of :
ArM"nik It. 4\a 'L !
Jones (
,41 Judge of theSeventh
i i'un.uC7eno. dar Judicial: &
1 9 Charles IXno could hare .
;. litYkbmood l .. ._.tie.Ry C+zpl f At X70.1 drL! Ubte ...- .BpiF'IaN! lady Circuit presiding In;, and for Dadt ,
'" I.. ?.. ,pIU worn this fur, for black was decreedl the
i. ...,.....O.1f if' .. .. wt, "y Artnl.apulll .. .... .JlI{f_ I LW', : % RAULERSON'
+ AI''CIaarIoCyln. Io. IIr a lop' 'J t'TLhaii bashAr '' I
wa.btngton: '.,. Ry 95ry", Arlhi.ra..1,1 Pa L'ij'itkM common people' and the court followers :
k b AI'' 1IaIu4... ... r R $ I 1Is:1:: ... ARTICLE 1. i..r
-- Lv Liu "Du..Io.! It l asp were restricted to the colors.TIuffs
Ar : ,... __ I' raa 'H 't I 1 : The name of the shell I
< 4 I'blladrltbb6 RRI I IN ,
: :
A' Ar I I' '-I I. hngone through more .
9 r '.d"'U.O' C' >9e> I the Lemon Library ,
.... .. City AIIocI.Uon.Paclted ...v.;...
Tnnb t' H to than would .
tea--w'uYlattwt Ar : U- styles it eeera possible to ;
ao had n..nlla I.llIIhrd.
.s I 1715. I I I )
Car.A! tretndt Y'M_ .. .r H '+II at Lemon dtty. Dade CX3tr.I ,- Vf
:: Dally rMIlnuaburning c Re .mC 1"'r.D. invent for such ofcomenience. ( .
I .... .. P i b I I a sample article Choice But III .
Jaek.I1. to ) York. L.t.1..lnD"tt.O tII: lop I Florida. meats, Live ea'ChokeatPoaItf). .
i _. ; ,,, .
A J : ArPt'ubura! P. coos It has been long and I Polite "eDt"D '
.F L.CiadoailiU\ AIpFi: ,&rtt JOpl; like sheaf and ; ARTICLE II. and dressed poultry
narrow a again large P'A
"TutLand of "ky. JlO to IlK T II B'A T. E J1I T.
: %r.!! errl.nd.. 0 _,_ !tIlt F!for I, say.. I The general nature of the business .
,J.i.. I'' L.. I...,.,,,.,,,,,. K) .... a, I5 II'P and round. At the beginning of .
-J..a-.IJ _.. su. I to be transacted shall be tor establish 1
iYT'a. .MRy .
k1 \t ut.rdk ky 'tt3op
I the last the test of size was .
i tavuth.'to. .. ika .
-" u list' lf nlOloTbromrb : __ R'YRy and maintain .-
a public library and read-
.. go Rj 'iBO. > -- -
ArCol..C. Q ---
.( .. .. to try the mull in a flour barrel If B.eai.oes to c. s. RavLBRSois"al ,
il" ;- AA.b.rttie. XiC Ie i| 1Sop'n.. iv-"I lb. Florida l.imll.drnrttalrri ," 1ydly.nad :ng room, and to do such other thingsas .
.5>;, .4" AT Hot .prtur S--"t.C ._ _Ho. Ry *'7p ., train thrih .n.c'i! <-."n't I'II1ImaD. it went in without much trouble Co. -.-....1II.1...t... saat .
Ar..*LooIiaY\1Ie-fr-"nll'!'* 1-; .. _.oj.,._. ..... .o o. Kv t.r i I. G.00"!Ie.. dr..plnr'ar.,_Jack"n.Ule__ urw- Sara. then that muff wa too small to be may be productive of the'educatJon.amutteient' Corn r I3tll St. and Atro. D ', .....a...... I mk , ._4 .. u 110.. It'l l trap 1 really fllthionable.t the or improvement of its ,
f AfCi.flBD \lb'". &I'" :NOCTHWMT.' sMUl| present member or the community In which tI
., (1lkilf T" "...... <-1: ,' !, kYad' ln.eplaatL'u. ...1'.oca. Jnk...MAhk.nA. :\J.ik....." ..rU. ..v, y >pj[ those enormous cylinders, would certainly shall be located and to buy. sell, lease, I
at. Lnuli. I. ,1",1' G.. ho 1 III" |
\ mortgac, or hold such real estate or
J' --- much
I. so tl ,00. draw attention. One
i Ih."n. I.a
14- ,.Ii;)I: trAiauta.ta.! .. t s*. : other property as may be required for
of the t curious styles that
mo was Fair
poky 910. Rates
);: 11 4r An ni't"t> Ala I the
___ llotty itIrMrmpbl.T.nn 4' called I purposes herein mentioned. .
f World's File rickets To Ar' alrminae.I..AI& Fdf. of Louis XIV., the 'chiens :
+ Sttpl.No
"'''ii'"I tI' I t. h..n,... nay. y.' Fr: wa PMr'! mauchone,' because they were made ARTICLE IIL I
!(: '}.j ... Louis dolt OD Salt I.. arm, .u .- T-.... u+, ... fro I II IR to convey little dogs in. The <.u ltflc tlon for membershipshall Vint I #
4' '
I rI.t 'otln'k "
I' :
I ?' consist In the- acceptance of the !
"The muff first introducedwas
I 4' t I li "Tbi- DorMa Lt""l', $ .* ,Ii." ;\ r the exclusive of the proposed member by the Association, !l
property I l

r fi 0':;}; ;,\0". .t Froai Frolll$Chic"ew "!p Turk.,; "."'!,,,I'J., ':I'"11I. 'I I''j These nobility muffs and! originated wire very in email Venice.and I of and membership the acceptance as ''laid of the down obligations in the The L. & N. R. R.

charter and rules
by-laws of the
t 'f Pima gwvl. B''IDU.\ld.' "-.t'I..ld" LlOnlh..I, .w. m. consisted of u Fin:le piece of velvet, -
.... \ tttYi1l'oI"o .'' "II n1 k'1'ri'tt Luca "' !:'CV1', hi ,
k From $ "''' + '' :to. shine nn by the person propose.
,.; brocade or silk hind with fur, and
;;.. ;l. ft Round Tnp Summer Tourist Tickets now ooisale. I_ .I the openings fastened with rich ARTICLE IV.

2; ,f C.. LU3. |District, PAsstnger, Agent, l.,3! W .81&1 :St, 'Jacksonville.Fla, !i j i jewels the Such arrangementscamein of the The term shall of be corporation ninety.nine of(99)this years Association Excursion Tickets now on sale daily ry
during > l1rlpurt seventeenth -
\Wr"C.: H ACKEIl1' K.) W. H. TAILOR. P A.H-: I century, but in the previous ARTICLE: V. from Jacksonville to) St. .

::" DH: HABDwIcL p. T. ". uw{* vn'"'\-. "f; P A,1 I( century the ladies frequently carried I The Dullness of this corporation shall Louis and return '_

a piece of rub fur, which they .be conducted by a president, Ylce- re&- i i

SEAR JAR0. I used cither sc- a I'HIT! fOr a neck piece. ident, secretary, treasurer, )IIbl u1an, a $4-65 . . . Return Limit December 15th.
i "The mutT nailud its highest board of trustees not to exceed nine, v
| point in the rtm: of Louis .XV., and an executive committee of five persons 33.<) . . . . '.' Return Limit 60 days x'.

Air j41n Railway i when the productions were exqui- to be elected at the annual meet- 7.00 . . . . . Return Limit 15 days
site. Then fashion declared for a :lug at the once of {4he Company on the M.

I, '1 FOa:. f'l..f I cloth muff instead of fur, and 'the 'first Tuesday In February.At The L. & N. is' the best line to St. Loute } -
U*? f { furriers made a great uproar. They i the first annual meeting three

., I; !''Raleigh, Richmond, \Va toa,0Baltimore] the wearer of a cloth mult, but ;three for two years;' and three for three For rates, schedules and sleeping car reservations ;
to no Finally tome, in- .years and thereafter, excepting for I
; purpose. Ij
I I ,
| Philadelphia. New Vork. I| genious merchant bribed the beads- the purpose of filling vacancies, not :

I : man a cloth},Jnuff on execu- !more than three trustees shall b*elected -
to-carf\ ,
Elegant .
Two Trains ; J. M FLEMING .
f Dally.--j. i
r{ tion day. The women shrank from annually who shall hold cfflco (or .:
: i Seaboard ? *P"aSj ., Seaboard Maili i inch association, and the fur won three fla. Paw. Art,206 W. Bay 8t Jaeksonole.! O. P. /.t. Infttil' rawi'
: f. 1'.G the day: We now associate the muff VI. I -- .

:4 I Ioder Pullman, R jnipm nt.. ( only ,with cold weather, but in the The by-laws of this Association maybe i ,1 ,. ;

'U, ;- I .. ... I old days, it was a regular part ofwoman' made by the Association at Its first -- I -. i
N=.. Y ..... ....
I .w.- i iopllf i dress and wu carried in regular meeting called subsequent to Do You Intend To Build :

L Itl.i lb'll; isleeltti ffJ JlttilJlills ld"XeilUtitl rt. all weathers. As late u 1830 a the completion of Its corporation and .. .. ) aridSAVE r
o '
muff and a straw bonnet were not they mar be made, altered or amendedat r

',For full f Info' n. k .n -.J sleeper menauonl, call on say scent of f' tht deemed incongruous."-Shanghai any meeting of;the Association, af ; MOr"ii EY? v ',:

t +:j; lrs "lI uJalst.reox Seaboard_... .nte *1i. --a--t Times. 1 : 1, ter two' weeks notice to be sent Or mailed I :

"- .' v f ---' .jJj Lh ,'t ... 1'4 ACL-.JiG S9D-i111 ;!Fl I After Alt Only an 1 Musis*". the to the proposed members amendment containing if a voted copyof .

'sJ.C jf" I "Speaking of consistency, said of the. same practical Import as said I INFORM THE in whic' !'alUbranchea' of -
\" \ :'' :..RO ,CST,3.. Jr.. Pass nat t Professor Royce, "there once was a notice proposed. des the Building : ;I {
J T are [represented. 'The '
Hindoo who said that :
3, ,* r She! .dlmta of the Eut Coast 'of FlorM* was illusion. So one everything day ARTICLE VII. members of this asaociatroa4ef: *a f

l'. .,.; jTi>1J.', ;;; !' ': if.i .. j The highest Indebtedness to which Contractors fully win furnish ::-7
c"'P' 'tluuj:.,ttit. of when he was in the middle of afield plans> P< ZC*
-i: '\' ujirona this .
;< J ; corporation at time subject
; "' < ,. ... ... may any '
{!< .
t;:. ;:0< ,t.t. -. < his friends let 'bad' elephant tiona and estimates. Address ,
.. ". .
<", .f ,, .. .....\ .tear.. at. ;: ...:,''t.; .. ..,.,-\, loose. The sage ran at the top of Itself, shall not dollars exceed the amountof "..t"Contractors '\..'. .' '
five thousand ($5,000.00). e '
1 ; his speed and climbed a tree. When Assodatioo.naaUliailUII ;.- >M
;.ter; :i :. 1 .j the elephant had been secured, the MJAMUPLORIDA y\, Y
:CI'I wise man's friends gathered under The vnount of real estate which the I u'
'); ,\ f .a corporation may hold shall not exceed 's
; the tree and said:
4 '' ten thousand dollars (10000.00.
--" t'f--: "We ,thought you said every-

,tr2 l,f i.. w: a' ,,"t.....,.,."', _. P. j R : .. 'l thing" 'I was did,illusion' said the! frightened, but the The bqsmess names ARTICLE and of Ute the officers trustees IX. to In conduct whom r tSi ;

l"" ..... -C.. still true philosopher. () I R
.' Clubbing
fJ >J .,.. < tJjl'1 I when".''Ah the, but real you elephant ran fast pursuedyou. enough be title first! : elation to! property under'I!shall the vest chatter nod!snail the ( i

Flora! G. President. q : j, ,
'Y mistaken said
1 ou are again, ,
Coroe'ia U. Kays Vice-Presldent
the sage. 'There was no elephant, I

0!!ru. \ I and I did not run. It was all il Lyra O. Waldron-Secretary. The people of Dade County will want all the
... Jeanette L. Brown-Treasurer news' ; .
.. '.- ; Ii lusion.Boston Record. s,.
0. <, "" "d.l Mary C. Walnwrlght-Librarian. this year as it is to be an,; interesting one because -

'Qa@ Liquor and S...iekit M. EXECI T'IVE COMMITTEE: of the elections, i ,

SM : .... Regarding seasickness: a traveler Flora O. Simpson.Lyra .
: 1If- 'YF
iD XV'aldron.
'" J. lays "Before sailing it is just u '
: '
tt j I well for a man not to take too many Jeanette L. Brown. National State and County

farewell dinners and not to start Marv C. \Valnwright! .'

out 'with a head on him.' One of Charlotte j. Albury.. j a.

the worst cases of seasickness I ever TRUSTEES:
accumulated who Flora O. Simpson. t 1 N I .
aw was by a man
had never been seasick before and W. A. Filer. ( The MetropolisHas >

.-:. had tailed all over the world. But he George. .B. Waldron.
__ from Honolulu and the ARTICLE X.
was sailing
perfected whereby it offer
K- henna At"o M '" e9alrJtr..B.r es and'I can
day before had been to farewell The names esldences of the subscribers such attractive
; UNDTu >RITLR btu sal Diy. im Bit 'luau,' where he had eaten poi and are as follows: rates for; various newspapersthat

etc Iles Y raw fish mixed with a great deal of Flora G. Simpson.. Lemon City Fla. there shovld be no excuse for people re- '

trapped champagne. His friends Jeanette L. Brown, Lemon Clt)'. Fla. maining in ignorance asto the happenings of

came down to see him off and hung George B. \VaIdron Little !River Fla. the year. : ,

many floral leis about his neck. Mary C. Walnwright Lemon City F

,They also poured more'''champagneinto Fla. .- 5
his neck. As a result the acute W. A. Filer Lemon City Fla I

case of seasickness which he developed Before me personally appeared Flora RATES.The .

alarmed even the ship's scar G. Simckon. W. A. Flier George B.
J,geon." Waldron. Jeanette L... Brown and MaryC.

Wainwright; me well kr>o\\'n to
Tt t Iht qy it bu.tlfid Lstifstt Cant of ' Her t. Daily Metropolis

Phdl.. a.e.. .........'ati :,, 1i .f.f.wi "A woman can't keep a secret," ibe I the rersona tneir1:described names to in the, and foregoing whosubscribed and OflVfu

t7.1LUUOTr; 1.. .ut&1D, :';Io&DD& ; declares the .
fi asr...... ....... I mere man. Instrument, and did seveially acknowledge -
.1 .w' 'car. ArQ"IIT&'" n.aJ jIJit.r"'tC "Oh, I don't know,"' retorts the each for himself that theyexecuted Daily Times-Union
Buttery woman. "I've kept my agea the same for the uses andurJlllel'
secret since I was twenty-four." therein exprewed Semi-Weekly Times-Union

'-*.. L i "Yes, but one of these days you Witness my hand and official seal at 15.50

4k fAtanffic, Coast i( e. will give it away. In"time you will Lemon City. Florida, this 11th day of Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times

I r limply have to tell it. October A. D. 1904, ;
'I.-hen I Union '
"Well. I think that a woman '
+ QoIekM ttm, most azealltnt .serne ICort ,. East an*; Wilt Tla (Seal) Homer E. Woodall, |2.oo

'' ATLANTIC COAST LIKE moos New Tort and }ftarlda Spteial.solUffvIlman years has she-kept tomes a pretty.secret. near for. twenty knowing I Justice of the Peace. With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25 .

)._ g train ol(Compartment Slwplns. DiBtng and Ob rrstlon Cars how to keep it.--.Judge. With Weekly Palm Beach News |,.oo '

*l ctnc lighted throal OUt. toavei 81., UpJtne'd&1l1. txccptSandar. at 111 CURES WINTER COUGH.

A. U;arrive Herr. YorX 4: 'F. M "lo.-1Dlda,.. 1 ia.'t ix Mexican Railiyt. -

f orida amt West jlodlaa LJftilt l. canrtng Dravtnf-Roltoy'siwpvn and The rai:; of the lfexican'oulf: '
f J. E. cover 101 N. Main St, OttawaKan. Old subscribers must all' back dues beforetheye
Dinitf' ,cars. leave 'ek OBTllV a>. >:00 A. iL deafly arriTi! Sw Tort 2:00 railway are laid on mahogany sleep-,
.. writes:, : "Every toll It has beet can take advantage of offers z
.these and
p. D1A rolJowta'-1 . all,_ _. ,era and..the bridges built of whitemarble. cash ,
$ my wife's trouble to catch a severe colt in advance
,Cnleaco and Florid* Limited.soil\* Pullman train of &ee *a. Dlnlnf andOb4rvaUoa' In west Mexico is a line must accompany. all orders for
p Can. leaves JacksobTtn dirty are \)1.. df.t'lcaco tOO with ebony sleepers! and ballast of MId therefore I to' cough all .winter long these combinations. ; A*
Last winter got for her a bottle o>
tJI. l|. foQowtnc day.. JTUa train t'itr'es SL Loals Sleeper, aTtnj'St. Louis silver ore'ta.n from old mines beside Horehound Syrup. SlfeMatjj and bas .. t gr
-1; ; :* I I : th'I track., The engineers_eonstraciuig 'I tosleep soundly all nlgbltones ADDRESS .
l JackiosdlM I **'. P. M. aaUy. \tthraoxaaMf these railways had no oth- ;, ,,'
JMxto .Flyer ars., : fit ee WUen4y.r tht eoogh trouble 1;

t Cbbslto sAd ,8L. Loots arrtvtti Cb eat ills ., ?L ,LoaSe'to .er it material to bn'the thea route' and found bey.two or thr doss stop* the conga .
cheaper use seeming ex-
: 1:0/t A. Y: fonowtag a5Oratng; t. '. I and she la able to b* ap ana wan. Be

f }.be'dtllt DH>'"q bar sad Ala f ban tD CDMaru.! .in.. '-'- to 'tmtgxam-than materiaL to import t : the. ordinary soeLoo'field by Red Croat Pharmacy. MiamiMetupo1is:;. : '

., S ggge,had CM. hoar to LMttrOfe MAD RESEBVATON* 1
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the Qburt 1.
: toG>14m.*.. ipne of tile :Cleric's office-of > Circuit : ... S.JQ .
progressive merchant/ of !) ray, Tal:'- I Deed. Dade County State;Bank to B. u. '" .. :
lug of thl stone Mr. !jj-t,ai *ale 'T. Moore for $2.000..ten :acre In sec 60lNGI 1" '? '

i thought li was not MI III\..,..1'| In 0"'ri r tion IS, tp. 43. south range 13 east 1"n", 'I :

sail waq 7here; Jn.I;ln; fm 1 de darer :- I Deed LJuie R. Mott W Anders J. I ,
Stenwall and wife! for fiob and other TO BUILDIf "
r age done 4; lad! -l 1 the fruit heea there j' .\
1 -etc&jcd almost entlr ii '. an-} there a*.* considerations lot 18, block 83, Miami. .
been no I loss to growers except tii trio e Deed, Mamie B. Cooley and} husbandto f,
Cora D. Butt rt\eld. for to' and other I i
who bad.Crops of beans wj-Jajr on. of '
I Autumn
One thing( the storm didj at DelrtyIR considerations, south 50 feet, of .lot 6, ..
block 21, Miami. so. we would like to -
pleaain'g to the resident* and that {
.. Is the detraction of the wreck ol th Deed Fred L. West to August Martin you In using the

British sjeantr Inchulva, ;Which wasblown for $7,0, undivided half Interest In if

:7 ashore In the hurricane of September lot 4, block 1, Clows' addition to West Miami LimeStone
tj;; 1j$ 1303. For past the [ Palm Beach. sr !
months' I I ; is in the AirAn
: stench from the rotting grain aboard Deed. Florida East Coast RailwayCompany ,
The walls of a building
'-r the Teasel had become almost. unbearable I to August Martin, for 1300, constructed of his atone /
:: :" when the wind blew! direct from I lot 18. block 1. Clows' addfoon to West
-0 the wreck and all efforts Ito blow It Palm Beach. at I areFire

1;1-: up by d1'amlte had failed. It remained Deed Charles E. Earnest .to Sarah I fIJU, ounce of prevention you know worth. <
for th| storm of Saturday and Sunday McF. Porter for $480, ten jacres in sec- Proofand I
I. '. to da the work. Sunday morning tion 22. tp. 45, south range 43. east. pound of cure. and if you are a man of prudent I '

\: when some of the boys from;,town went Deed. Nellie C. B. Black er sod husband I practically everlasting judgment you will provide yourself with clothing>:
flier to tie beach the waves were putting to trustees the Evangelical Luth-
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I After there 1* no nom. of heavier weight and take chance
'ltl .t the finishing touches on the his- ern Trinity Church Society of Delray, once up no of catching

tory of the inehulva. Thejjslght;' was for $75. lot 1. block 108. Delray. expense of repairing or "awe a Fall cold trying to get a little l longer wear out of
painting. The first cost Is
Deed. Fort Dallas Land I
'witnessed of the breaking of theI Company to r4r
: steamer. tiThe bull finally I'jjup split down J. C. Vereen. for $550, lot!X10. block 85, but little more than wood your thin and seedy Summer suit.
while thePermanent
: the center and falling apart disappeared Miami. s ; ,
: In'the! raging .atera.-Troplcal Quit-claim need B. Prone Md wife tcGlifflng I The picture represent a We are now displaying some particularly I snappy1Fall \ .
Bros. Co., for thud nortbeaud fall winner, and has 4.r
Son. STHE.WEATHER I Cost popular styles for Men selected from '
the ;
1-4 of southwest 1-4 sectiofl dM .,townshll' to be teen to be appreciated. best P roduc-;

1- .. SL }MART south rang 41ea>(. \. ,' Lo k at tfcee suits before tions of Schloss Bros. & Co.;: the Fine Clothes '?
t { I I1"Ji'Z' Warranty deed. John \\* !Manual' considering repairing repairing they hare been picked over.
.. Ii' Ii I Is much less than.oocL Makers whose celebrated ready-to-wear clothing ,
Of the Put Week as Furnished by and wife to C. Cary.j trusted to'
: (Observer Mitchell./ $700.00 fifteen acres In section 16, towr The appearance Is has raised the standard in Mejn's apparel' '' '
: .. i j ship 50 south range 42 eaitl much superior to other .

The week was generally dry:. over the Warranty deed.- Petronello,R. Lope materials as the You will find fit and grace in cut, quatity in fabric and honest workmanship in the
fT greater portion of the cotton belt with to Mrs. W. A Hendry for!$200.00 east ,
frequent slower and some;'heavy rain half lots 1 an.I 2, of block 23,- aldwID' Architectural Possibilities are making. Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes and' ,

.t over the extreme southern] portion of Division. Nortt MlamL | I Unlimited.We have exclusiveness. Take these
you points altogether and you have a foundatio
the stat) i Warranty deed Geo. B. Bomfh et nx.
Colas picking as a rule Was pushed to Theo Kncxh for $90.00J lot 12 and saw the stone to any for the fame of superiority enjoyed by :.

with'energy although ft scarcity of Ubor west half lot 13, bloc k38. North Miami size. We bar turned

44 5 _retards the work In some sections. Masters deed H. F. Atkinson t) Geo. columns and planed mould Schloss Hand- ilored Uoting'

; Th eronjoa: upland Is practically all B. Komfh anl Frank H. Vie barton fo ings I } .

%r 1 opea *anoxia. some. fields It has been SS25.00 lot 2 and west half lot 13. block Broken atone for Rabble i ,.r .... t ry!
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: -gathered.'! i I .. North MlamL Walla, crushed rock for I -
:w ,' Orange shipments have begun earlier Warranty deed Archie J, Campbell Sidewalks and A No. 1Lime ; The Price Range _

thai lath Tear, the trait being la bet- and wife to Eager Porter for $5.00 and always on hand. $<1 2, to'
Starts at .,
= 'ter'C D41U L Many: carloads have already other considerations, lot !. 'block 24 .' J"DROP 1 "
x goal forward. Miami. j I Ir I .

a ; .'Jh.. absence of rain was unfavorable, r Deed. Jennie M. Osbsn and husband i r IN AND LET,US TALK'IT. OVER. ..
-t; : ;*-'for'cane,/ foutoea" and vegetables. In Ito W. A. Hendry for $500.00 lot 5, block er-H
,:;,fact'gardens are' generally!i backward Iu. Baldwin's addition to the north side

_ihs&. aoconnt. .Corn.ha .been har- (10f Miami. ;i .-
", J ai! c" .Tested; the crop was a fair"" one. ::
> ,'. ..,( .t" j.j Mr. Lee Russell has bought are NI- r R'.W' RFiOS' ::
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;j'' .J., ,"ner4J was a' general' resjhmptloa of ver cottage from Mrs. Wilder,ana I has Cronkhite! .

5_c I; earpeafer bd other work' this morning moved it on a lot on Palmetti avenue. '.- ,

{ < .after,a suspension ot several! days on Mr. Russell and family propose to oc- we um I t ?

;,i( t. account oi the Moral and rain. cupy It as a home.-Darton -Haufui .".:. I-- .'
12th Street.
,.....11c'- 1.:;" ..'*,,1.'q' '' I Journal. Mr., and Mrs. Russell arej i CO. -- e..r

There wan ageneral; 'drjing but of I' former residents of Miami and moved Quarry Miami., florida.' -

it! e :sails, balling( out of boats and. getting to Daytona a few months ago {!rhert J

4. (.jthlagC.In|shape' again this-morning"Mr. Russell is engaged In .the! drug

: 'sJong' the i bai and river tro ta. business | MIAMI! FLORIDA.. ..
oJ The annual meeting of the Miami .t ,
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-+i Cemetery Aucociatlon will be held at I <

the school auditorium on Thursday, '
e October 20th, at |7:30 p. m. All members '. If. ., .. ....;": '
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of the association and all citizens I ss ft* way II K*> -I" i X

ntorestid an most earnestly requestedto u. .M INS TaVA -.
r HATS attend as there will be an election +.+ + \I_ t
of offirtrs and other important busi Yea ssqr t khn |mrjr r. .
""II ear pfac4ibe
ness. Everybody come. forget
the time and place. Thursday nightat ;I wert : : :1 t t..j. r

7:30 o'clock, ''at the School Auditorium -
IATS A. E. Heyter, president; 'Q. +t
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<'" T.S Would not interest) yon If you're You + + '
L Y"t looking for a guaranteed calve for E. L. BsnTioe, .Pioetpple Frost -
Claret Punch i
wQf h rl
sores, burns or !''piles. Otto Dodd. of PresUeoU
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L : Ponder. Mo., writes: -I eiiifered withan : ;
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N k/ ugly! sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve cured me. It's 3't

I Keep St l\Vitb the Season the salve on.[' earth. 2 e at all drug slat We "AYAMO0MESn6 Assrtset"' of d

ii t\\ : lJon't be) Backward\ ,4Handxcime-designsin ..CIGARS. th

lie eft,.r .., f ;

I IT S ALL NOW J Jpcquarcdorful : Rt.> .e

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arthavin,; ;, woi- Ii>
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.Y .! l: fi Th..r tssw nothing about a' man. dorful Success" with ,- -
our Fall patterns.TheMe :
; quite' 'I conspicuous as an gixxlii are

: -: ec old hat, unles, it's ant tti III e. direct from the mill
and are what JH

'I .---- .. termed FactoryRemnants.. We Seybold'sIs iBreadr t

11- The St3 les ,.\ have in one them i Ipound made packages up- ; I! ,_. I

--.. a'nd they will .
This :jeaSOn average If<> l"l and mads..under healthy conditions. '
: 12 Aards to eachp We do all mixing by 1th-r latest
I | machinery "J
dndj Price $
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patented. *
Aretn pting and the ditty ..

one gf l a: here to choor; fl tuly BatistesCe t 'PRY .A. iLOA:FJ' .

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\ halve in dainty Of our Homemade Bread for your. '
Os ff ES i Abur _lan denting, for Shirtwai"t4. health. That's why joju should try It :"*
}. which run The kind thatls '
by people
from 3 to 4:j yards prpf-rre
Op Srtunit for for miles eround.t.
: to the;pnckare: the ; .
:f prices' range from

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<1. .- .' ..' I You fi ilt\mia the ,.
-i' gNat .t opportunity mi 1: OLD. .
ever had if .
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!1 I one you ainsi of[Idoo'these secure bar- Miami : : : ;i I : Florida. t.'": g ;

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\' ''s'Leading" P lie = 3 at4L r BARGAIN *IENNIE 8tf\orraph M. PARRISH.and Typewriter. I FRED RUTTER. t :

STORE Coin RcpoctUs-rpo.itloM.,XaaifoU General Contractor. ... ?
'L I Teacher of Shorlh..d OlBc I, I ,.
I work .
: i i I 1316:Avenue D, :2)i Twddb. >> 8tre... Grading'Blasting... .3i ; K
Mlam J -. Fla. 1'ours lOrtB to UOS *.4 2M to *:..JG.Jtnld"ct' t"
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and Road Construction. *

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