The Daily Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00195
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00195
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1 Winston Safem N. C. Has frightful Accident at an ,i -- fl
And War Cloud
Geiierall) O'/ "'t.;. In.; Earfi: !:

; Early Hour This Morning. World YeitcrJay.In New Ship Channel. Than D !irii'g Protioiis Y-.tr-. Incident Has Risen.

all Ii I .' KiiM-i| >\\'I.1' l and C'atholicriuinhes S4e
+e: .. The weather bureau of Jacksonvillefuniislifs la
t -- -- .prial scric winhi'ld

HilNlioro(, count . . . 4150.84: ).""tf'rdayt,1'! feast o'Ml S'aints.known the, following Information :

;; tort Wall Gave Way Without Warn- lx'\y county . . . . IS. :!:! In old English as All Hallows: Dredge Will be Supplied With "Th week ending last night! wase Personnel of Commission-Eng

f Manatee county . . . 13.13: : This is a c't'rl old feast day aid. nai | >'ii"rally tin except over portions of

> lag Wrecking, Negro Settlement Maron county . . . :238.94 introduced I l.y the Church of Rom.' 1 Lighter Ones -- InstrumentsStick 'he 1 i-antern district, where raids were" land Will Ask for Services of ;

Jefferson county . . . 8.57 about CIO, when the Panthvon was dedicated quite copious. Some lowland.! became

and [Devastating) a Mile of Ter Lake) county . . . . 142.98: to "Mary: and all\ the tnaityrs" > in the Rock and are too wet to !,.> worked, and vegetables; Admiral Dewey Conditions

{ Lee county . . . . 252.92: l'oi>e Gregory IV in SP.5: appointed November suffered, as a consequence

rllory-N mes of Victims.is Monroe county . . . . 109.17 1st is a day of special a nera. Held by Suction. "Cotton! picking continued; thoughthe at Port Arthur. ;+

'Nassau county . . . . 94.32: lion for all the saints. The choice of bulk of the crop has been harvested. I _

.1- 'Orange county . . . . 392.31iDsceola :! this day was probably sugee=ed because I j The picking now In progress will be

county . . . 33.03 the eve of November 1st was one I I the last of the crop. Cane iweet potatoes r

a 3 Wlnlton-8.A-lein.! N.. C., November %.- I Pa.sc.0 county . . . .' 488.24 of the four great festivals among the The rock crusher or chlsfi dredge and minor cross are doing fairly I St. Petersburg November 2-The AaMHiated >
; -'' ; A most shocking accident occurred Polk county . . . . 500.33 heathens and the Idea of lh" church i lto. 1 of P. S-nford Rosa dredging con- j well though needing rain over western : Press can authoritatively i k
: Putnam . :'. . . 11.21: Counties state that the basis
!r; here this mornlpg when the north wall county was to supplant heathr'i by Christian .ctor. which was started to work a for toe BHtbthReat t

!I of the city reservoir I ISt. Johns county . . . 31.35 customs. It..' Impossible to set aside! :l ago In the new ship channel i iMeek : "Oranges are maturing earlier. than sian agreement to submit thj Nortfc V.

gave wa.- carry- . . . . 37.16 the previous
,.. Sumter county day for the veneration of each saint year and shipments are Sea Incident to a commission.
N' w a million gallons of water luto the I Suwannee county . . . 3.37 many of whom have not been canon across the bay; cutting up the rock from 'active. Light frost occurred dunng the IKI amicable settlement-without. uaune esqusi.,

hooaes adjooinj; and In close yroxim'Jsty Taylor county . . . . 3.20 ized. so the church decided that one the bottom was towed back to the terminal week over Interior portions or northernand The understanding la complete so far t t"G

to It. Washington county . . 7.68 day should be devoted to all the saints dock yesterday afternoon for the western districts. General farm aa future complication are concerted. a

la these houses w ce fully fifty pea Including those whose names are not tfarpose of changing her chisels work Is well advanced" I I r and the Incident has been dosed

pIe at the time?of the clttag war of State Treasurer for State.$3,128.70: found on the canons. For In this! sense It has been found that the rock Is though theta has been a slight kite p-, "

; the wall and Seventeen ofknow are the church Implies by saints all the de- too soft and sticky to use the big m the negotiations It Is aow regarded ?

-< parted faithful who are saved. In briefIt MINERS MET A as almost o-rtain
that the
; to havelperlsbed while wv< commisaioawill
eleven ton chisels that It tended I
others are missing. R ARD OF TRADE is the feast of the church triumphant 'I was sit In Paris and will be composed f, sp
celebrated by the church militant. The to do the work with and thi dredgewas
came of five naval officers
The water out of the wall with one British ant
1 following day Is devoted to the church back to this aids bur the
terrible force and not only washed the I TRAGIC DEATHfell one Russian each. Each power t* to f
f suffering when the church militant of changing them for !lighter, I chose another dys*
",,: bouses from their foundations, but en- 11NWCBARTEER purpose member each and the
m{ i; offers prayers for the souls of the! four are to select the
.veloped the moft of them-.. It a tidal or seven ton chisels.it fifth. i
faithful who ire now In I II
{ ware, crashed them In and dashing the purgatory.An I Is said that the eleven ton chh.elllj I Great Britain has expressed her Intention <, a

,I.{ ,', Ccn1 ::ota to death.. Interesting tradition in connection ftak so deep Into the rock when they of asking for a United State
with the o":..,:..j of All Sours Day I
fell that It was a severe strain on the I naval officer to sit as one of the cornc
,1 follows M3: Several Hundred Feet to Bottomof I .1
R as : In pilgrim (I
ffl y Later.-Addltlonal Information ;i says Committee Will Be Named by the J'f't1lrn'l I engine to pull them out again hence I ,mislxon. Russia baa announced that
In the
: om Holy Land! landed on an
ttbat one of the,brick walls of the ref Island fiMwei-n I I the decision to change them for lighter Shaft-- Unmaiwgable Engine I. she will select. a French officer while (
Sicily Thessclonica.
Px i ;;rvolr collapsed; burying the home and President to Work on Same if ones. In the meantime It Is said there 'Is a strong Intimation tha: Great '
where he fo>ind a hermit who told
} .family of Martin Peoples. A million other small chisels will be thlpped';' Cause of the Accident. Britain will ask for the services of

I.! ', and a half gallons of water were released I Necessary. After Tu sday.i him that amongtH rlll'll'as an o".n-I down from New York and chan&cs will\ Admiral George Dewey. 4
Inic into thlower iv !ions, tnroarhwhkh
and more than a mile of territory ; I \ I II 1 It now transpires that the five naval f "
i huge: Hr-nics asrenrtdanil, cries; in-struments
was devastated -- I t.fflcers detached from the Russian t

?.. ..atpr-t._!lute J I r .h.- '.T n c.JVi "-" --T"j The,of. su hermit! r.f.1J! al'bl-lalmed aouls' wttr that-oft trI't11IE t 1'.nt.J I r"fTie' drldgW..t1I Hkely" + be'-teturne4! I Wilk.wtMune ?... November 2. Ion ,Route--fleet a' Vlpo_Spain! are ... .. ,

1 :? how many ilvea have been I lost A ] Trade held meeting i the other hide' of the l I'a\ this after- their way to St. Petersburg. .
.p.; The Board of a were audible co- ',II't.'i of the devils"of ,Jo ..in< rs "I n* ciuslnd' to death at the
colored settletaent': In the vicinity I i whfii! the
was 11 or tomorrow morning'
o lat night at the directors' room of the the number 01 souls! who were torn 'oat! minis of Ui? 1'i'ia.tarc! Laikauau- NEAR
entirely wre" ked and the negroes are :!I I II Seven I chisels will\ lie Irl,->(' IS : AT HAND. ;
L_ i Furl Dallas National Bank. President'Brown from them by the prayers and hlms of i a i ',l'.d, n R.1 Co at Nan;> oke to-
working dlHgently with the whites In the rock here theilr'dge -
1 'n encoirHjf ring I
; '' .lh. /pious.! The pKcrim: ; on his nrrlval
t'r 'the search fcr the drowned and missXnK presided and B. B. Tatuut acted j jj I Is acafr >t a different! Kind of !lay. T.'kl."v"mh..r: / 2-The Japanese

; I i: :j III" Mfcrelar In the. absence of the j I: at the monastery of rimrv reneated the i|: rock than that fournl iaww hep- in the I lie \irlinis 1 1 with one exception, aresaul raptured! .e>'cral Russian prisoners at j
hermit's story to the abbot 0 "In. who
'' lrThe reservoir burst without waning '|regular: secretary the minutes of the : Its natural '', Port Arthur on October IS' who said
J: i I appointed the day! following Al! Flints'. Irniirflry i Ils; very FmKhi to he I'uli's mid Slavs. The men
1 aind the victim: : were' drowned ...hilI"It' ha* meeting were dispensed with anduew !j: state, and Instead of chlppTrrg pr breah- that the fall of rOIl Arthur ia near at +I.I I.
to he kept In monastery an Al1 "'eels'Daya had taken their positions In the cage
they slept in their beds. The dead : business was taken up. ; !!I hanThe\ supplies[ are Insufficient "
> Isel8
wonld. tho
.., art 1 Ioff as other itone I
It suggested that there knould bea custom which has eri''iiily! I'I in iw lowered 1 ino; the shaft .--,wen teen and the RU "
?ti far as known are: Mrs. People Thom. I was spread throiuh the Catholic C'-iu li "-ite; down feep Into It in tinny" lan battalions hare been .
al Southern. Mts.. John Poe committeeappointed to begin the Itx IIlIa.n'd 1.II..p.Ihp greatly reduced. numerically. A r'ftagratlon
|j and danghjx&tw. ,|: ,: "lnrps. and there held by suction. on-
and five rMgroeL The suppjly of I' preparation ot a city charter ?o as to ,', "" In extricating the big chisels!: from tHiiiMii of the shaft is a sink ; raced there on October :24: t
I I'I the all DAVIS WANTS SOLID VOTE tiied! :th \\ .:t"r. and when the signal r"le
for and
time ptople the
|i water for the city Is Interrupted by the ., hate plenty-of |: 'ii; ,-8e positions! that the obstacle has Japanese rank a steamer an- tw
: with its j I'' was B\-i-nHi: ) lower t the cagiil Is rerun lmr"d
f accident familiarize themselves pro >.. encountered and which according at the end of the bay.
And :Man Who 1 Him
if Every Supportr ,. .1! the cH,; i" gut beyond' control
lons in time to have it changed ;
1"I.* : I I'I
I Is to
I' t" various opinions likely give'jfuuble
: to Vote For HrowardHon. .
pjp'.J y THE CXJTTON CENSUS' <........ar). before presenting it to the throughout the work. i'f. ti'-! f'1I.:1r"'r, cautiinK one cage 101II"a.,1 HfSSUNS 1 DEPRESSED

,: I( I I Legislature; for enactment. Some i I -- I -h(Mit | snub hiHjim caused the

Washington. fNojwmber :2 --nISI| Cmru thought that in view of the amendmentto Hobt. \V. Davis Is a trie and'' A CHANCE: FOR CAPITAL. ..ithr carrying the men tolKfome over- St. Pi.trt.urz November :2.Reporti

io'i' Omce has I issued a bulletin showing i the constitution to be voted cu in the I tried Democrat, who stands manf..llylit I I I aan'! -" 1. from the Orient d" clrbInR th" assaulton

P that up to Gcjober! 18, 19)4. 7T ..Vr I 1 1f I Keneral election next Tuesdav there his principle) and )" I N il'i'iij; PX j It appears advisable to continue; to It 'IH .. I l'ua",1 that the men and Port Arthur l beginning Oct')ner 26,

running bale of cotton bane Ictn ginned I I I would be no necessity for work on anew jcellent, service for Brm\ aril and, :hc entire :'' .ill attention lo the ii eat need for cot- .pare fell ovtr half the distance dow have .r'a..1 l :a visible depression In the .

In 668 1'()' | ttPs located; In the vac I charter If the amendment should\ ,: ticket. In a recent letter to the 0''I Ma4,' and residences in Than Thenand i
K ':rlous rotton- 1urlng Stairs, as :: carry there ';.Hi be a uniform char er I II ''I Land News he shows! that hI' is 10. al i: lIIalpI'II'n our real i'ste !U<'III" liowned! in !h" sink. Th>xchararter of the bombardment! '

"""against_ 'i l "55.$2 running bales ported | for cities of various sires fond the :. ,in the partand ft els n deep interest ''wlih sei,: crns amt, the breaking of t d
I I I j r houses is almost appalling t. them
; to the rime jute In la! Counting epc'/ -ial charter buMre will ne done i I II i]; m the s''t-es of Mr. UrowariJ His let \ T'li\ "OTTON: \ RKFTN the walls ofHhe fortress by under- ..
I i oau-c so many people are necessarily 'I r
.t sround bales K hslf bales the number with.However. tor is as follows: !I' 'vnnind mlnei anjl nimennn other ;

y'j4 of running bales for 19< 4 Is rod-Kied to I I awe in order, to lose n ) tlw.: a I'aiatka..Fla.] Oct.2.: : IM 1 I.rned I away from the city as> a conse1 : .-w York, :Nov.'- 'ulllr". ojenedirnng facts, ,'on' In'-e the military! auiborttles at

': ,*,.(.4.5iO and far latj 3.S45.TO; : I i reflation wn adopted l as follows: Editor DeLaud News, IM-and. f"la' ,! Jerre.Then' would seem to he onof the :Nov;niter. !!,: bid : D.. i nilnr. that after Inn preparations' General ra

The numtwrjof counties In Statesfrom chairman of the i!1) (tea! Sr: -I I find In your f,1Itori.d .,S"": .lantiar/: :.tin I!" ): :.Mar h. I' .'il": April. :Nugl 1. Is not only! nnVieffort sarreme t+
Hr"> That the
ovPd. ;; .t openings in the wh lo I country h re
yi each Slat*. is as follows : Is !!(I: columns of your i issue lust seek I the 'jbr. !t"":; bid : May. 1'8' ; .lunr. I'! bd : to carry the fortress fculsjs so
: 1| Hoard of Trad" be and hereby au- 1'ur Idle capital to he Invest in hOIl *", r
;* k-,' Alabama 55Bounties, cni.48. bales. commlt'e following: dolt'J '. 1"11. oiifi; 'lent of the result that the r It
: 'hori/.eil' to appoint a consisting ( her for sale on the ment
ensy 1':1)
"- / Arkansas, 61 |-ountlos 216.457 lialis. it "There Is aid! to lx stlil fish cf preliminary! 'op rations have been
; i 1 of five members w.hos.rtutj for rent. Good! be
or I'rkf'ran
gft Florida. 19 (t intie. 4".483 baUsP I .i against Broward's election.! Those' who I"n COMING SOl'TII. ,!ode puMtiby, him
hall be to prepare! a draft' of a newcharter : .." all the round here for 1q
:* tkles.\ supported Broward in the rrtmariewlll year -- I I I It l 1'te'.1
rojmties I
: 'Georgia 124 1..2,818: Miami and to M that tie! as I for the city of :
',,:;", 1 Louisiana 4icotintlef3'15.15: ;; bales vote fo* him in vemlier ant 1 !he 'I .uses-Mirh pr'ces as will!} fay from Yesterday, afternoon Capt.V( H Mr-I been timed! for the announcement Of
ubmilante at the next regular meeting -
K i )U IltIIlppl. <8i' counties. ;48.:>1"' l Itale. I, or this hoard Provided. That thampndm..rt ] .vlll\ also! receive a portion of th<- Davie ,,,1 i I.;, to 2r "per cent on 'the cost of the 'i.rmlck. for veais past 1 a derail in the. he fall of the !Port tomorrow the A:

<' ll1l1 OUrl. 8 riuntipK. \51:! l-alw I I nd boru** itepnhiI.nu! toifs. !H, is s'm 1II1<1ln s. This being true it seems office nf I'nitfd! :Sta'ei: Mar-tial. re- birthday. the \tiKa-lo w-hlca by coInililent -
Article III. Se< t.ons :2.1? I II
":. '} North Carol&ia.' :; countlea. 3 I>/ .434 ;': f an election and! where his name 1'1 trance that men in the North who -irnfd, hU |"i-!tinn to take nHI'al. !ii th" tenth anniversary of theiwensiim ,
irdM.: of th CiT--titutlon of the State I N
shown i "'e money lying Idle or drawing i tii't! thi- .m.' "u" .a""I't..1.. Adis
t teles. I I ISL I 1 cratchod wi'.l: be tthr-n the r1 > i-f. of Emperor Nicholas as the
'hr Florida lie defeated' at the general .
: -' Sduth Carolina, complete 643.577: (I' -.inis! ar" In I 4 I ter ( -,1. do rot take advantage.f 'h- .!a-Kiinv'le\ : \ "''."p.>lisCapt iti'i r of Uii"" ''a
Stales. j 1 election. November 8th. Intornniion !18 that such opoprtutfftiesTin1 ; ; Mi Corn r-k: his flat .-..<.. ivo.ii 4
r 4 'i If your corrc< t. Th" wa>- o11'1-. i i' tr, Ing: to buoy up ; .
President Brown presented slid read t
';- : I still I i I usual jtrp-iments ftpain"! tonw'it"ii.es 1'- ,i.e:, ii' p-rifii; scion nf h' : ..ivtiimfil : .
; Tennessee. 35. sour tlee. T; : /t8 l.ales.jf.f : there Is a fiiht going on againstfapt Mi\ >- I- yin n. iif; but 'blnijn hare tw'
leter from Mr. Walter Hawkins of
a I cannot truthfully be n-"il hero I Iv in i.' i r"i* f to i-i'* i' in
'Texas: 139 .-t tnties. 1.S68.874 1 bales. I'I Rrowai'l'election' it \U to hf ached, such| a pas that the authorities :

t"v'j i Virginia! 9 counties. -..11-:; bal.-s{. 1' Jacksonville in reference to the annual deplored. For nit-self I hope that ever rue cty; I Is crowing rapidly "ml will "ianl: nf : li- cot !rnni" t Ir"do l l.-n f.-ankit' ""Ill"' they "lIhf not h* urr j
of the Anierfcan of
mei-titiR League
.' l :; who t-d I fr-r in th" ..ntiniie to .1" so for many years. The '* i V.'H t -i ,nl i's nrle- -,1 I 'I' r'lw"I" .
;} Te numbeij of counties r pijir'lipprk Jan v nif rrcenirimaries ; -i I 'f thcr ,1! is nut at hand
Commi-j +* >r to (Vto ,|- 18 1?f1.. was M'J Toe:, '|I will give hip cheei 1 fill sup;> ">p water proWt: and Ih. 11''.'(re led 1 -" 'i and !. 'Kiirsr n" ".T --

: ', Int'r at! :N"w Orleans and, suget.tlnrh 'in'iit.-! toaethiT: insures 'the tu, :M-ig| of I -t "! ,. ,Ii| ,,. fir .-" ;I.a I. n
: number of rotund baits rci>onf
tfl' /-e r Is 143.8;! 11"3 compared with: 218- '' -' it woiiM b' a grvwl thing to havr reason why all t D "11.1 rats, who vote .-. i i 'it: & ,il I the. p w ill !M' ni tiSnc"nr "' > I in.- ',' .kTons

r ..60 last year. ''I them visit Tlorida if pos.-ib: The 'or :Mr Mats Fert'r" : prown and myelf vacant houses. of the In..l.m 1, class' \\h-n .n'lii' .; lt-i..I" I ('apt, M I' .null, WB'-HII. the well kno"-n Ponlt ,
I' !"!lpr broueht out the following reso .
I nhoiild not cote'.'r fi-i: 1 t'o'u r., any! tin"! ,,1 laf < "ii| ttia" 'I I ,,' H." r.r -a .1 I: i '> ,.nd.tt, fi r Pre sii"in! <'ni!
.; STATS: TAX FL'fxDS.f j! luriou', which was uranlmotislv adopt n,1 l no IVmncrat. can xcu:
''fd: .r ift't "o il line I Sr ,it. fi.'refo r .,.iri i 1'I. 1 --ci ih n. .1! ,; il I 'upli ;r-i' ''r "h.r I., this: p'Tt. ir tin n I :if" Wit: cirnimalmost' en'irely of q't

.X.., State ComptioIIer A. C. Cn.om has i RP'<
j _' distributed thjj moneys arisicg I from I i Trade h'n'ny extends! a coVdial Invrta'tion .. 1.1 he cast: fi.r RrowarrJ hut that it will his; ,, t 'h.I; ,'r '!I"" v :!l I' .. pt.t to work ands to th' ,-. /I.. wiii-n In -a'd &:IY-
of satelerttfiatea I to the .merican League! of Com .
;,: the tale and j-ederoption tat :I iI! !he so ca -- ---- --- IP It--. :-K the '!li",1 Stal s mar- I 'hln!!' p4ilii-I'arly' ,; -eurv nf thDemo- a w
: follows j j mission; :MerchDnN to visit! Miami on I1Y'P'"I: : :!:" '' )\I\I ::-T:; .".
for I.ay. as ,
Jp I R.jji'rtV., tar I ,. Kio'Mi; .t Mi! "nrniick'i! friends rat. \Vdinniwike; more than two y

>', .Atachua= county . . ..pi) .89 their return from their trip tc XPW --.1.| I c".t hib! -i Hit "a He had I e< nj 1 ':rorc ,k

4'.Bakercounty i . . . 12.52' i'Orlp.anll'hp..... they are to meets in At the m' hoc f !tit| HHC t :M.r. Itn a'pe's "i rt.-MO'i"I i r''.-it he wa- ,ii'! .. 'iih and| lor, I' :il .''!\.-"r. rtt.d ari I aK'

J? Bradford eounfy. . :. . 9.23: '! annual' pessi..n in the n"ar full rnA feral!: Co'ir.i! of Ii i 1 1C.( : !h-i.ii-d, ;. 'I1ran'u! I 1 11... 1 ..: J'n (cut, ,its: Put < '" IM'II-!! I") ,IH, ><. h.itine I '"Inp<- !Y' II"i! t n il.t -inn: tat' been 'ideredi

'j' Brevard count . . . . "I .03 motion' 'Les majp, and "nrr\\!rd f"tnntlne "al'<'1-' r. "n '''' a I" .,' ," nOr ",' ,, : ,, ai ,,. ,,,, aa. ri, i 11 Iii I I ,t "I' ,J" II II'C i 1'nwf! ;.r"d! 53

1. ., Calhoun coin 1 . . . ; .51 < !: the acting secretary to senth.wsan1 -' Gas pa--. 1 "' 'I'I .n. t i in1 't 1' :to \. I -- T, I h. I 'i 1 t.i; >'aL--t. rr. F :M. !

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DAILY (crated a great deal of enthusiasm in THE DRUMMERS FOR PARKER.If large nation. Then shame on I Pies Galveston Dally News (Dem.) BRTAN3 COMMONER COMMENTS. '
r THE! ''.
his canvass of the State. Men who I Neat who would burly a little republic says: "The climax is certainly reached -

MIAMI METROPOLIS.M. opposed him rigorously in the primaryare one wishes to bear an eloquent like Colombia and treat It as il" would I when this candidate, who misuses even The Philippine whistle; costs entirely

now among his most enthusiastic I;I discourse on trusts let him corner a not treat a big European government!" the,power of the high office in his own I too much considering the mimic that

':!""' ;i-' Bup|>orters. Mr. Broward has been exceedingly "drummer" and get that gentleman I II interest, actually approves rank and comes from It. e
..n apt seedav.a
.. 1- -ti active and. being a most impressive ''opened\ up on the subject. There la I The Philadelphia Record (Dem.() costly campaign documents like that X ,

L T4tlM. ( Utttrv speaker he has been preeteilwith no class of high-grade workingmen In I"ajs; "President Roosevelt does not .'ook.report/ of Commissioner Lord Milner has resigned* high '
M. f. [BUM DN61N. \
-... >u* large crowds. In "'P.t Florida. il.* country that has suffered more at iiieak" In the campaign from consldera- \Vrisht fashioned to prove that wages commissioner of South Africa. They
t JIL f. ..*-" Mfr Mm I Mr. liroward has had' than the :ia\e increased more than prices, or still
particularly the' hands ot the trusts comnierrlal lions of official propriety. bill It U I: continue to stagger.

.i tau re.i in Ib6'odOlII.r kt Yl.ml.rlor'd.' < ,. i many sWcesnful ni'...tinif-: HM work" travellers/ or drummers says I, plain enough!: that he has inspired Phil when the candidate pretending to be -

,,' ." Qc1""u'Fa".r Mould have uhau.ted} most men. but I the :Sa\annuh: N"\\ ". Through!: combinations : and'T C Knox Senator by b'nJitaleht'I"'lIon silent himself! orders cabinent officers AVe can build more and better battleships -

1 t-: .tae raga Boutiiitn S.wi>'a rt .publtbrd on I he Is In the hest of health and spirits cimiolKlations and the like, I to make a mall ua-". attack! and other emplojees of the govirnment i than any other nation In the
_, main landvil the Caged si lei aUbe '
;.; a*mat soot/era '.rmlJlal. I and i is proud of the rec-.jitiorB that :thousands' of iinipetent drummers,, upon the character of Alton 11 Parker I'0 canvass fur him, and an Acting Secr.'iiiv !-world--but.. what's the use?

i 1111411. -- -- : have been given him. atii-r! > tari.n tin-! road have l It' !n : Knox knows even less of the pol'tics '' uf State to reply I offlcitlly1 to p- -

trf. .pss Tear b7 jNa1l..1. ... ...-.Ii.OO "On n, M Monday iiigl.l\ hi unl cloi.e! I thrown, out' of 11)(110))| niciit. Other if :V-\v York than hf d\1.,'t s of ilnnoli! horses'; made by an npponm., l'andl-I l Senator Knox is talking earnestly

UXoatha..;. .. .... .. ... .. 2Js0i In tin and tin lali. The American 1"1.1. h' been about '
.ft his cdmliaiKii 'I\> thoiiji ls hate '- "'1Ih"lf ffirniiiKHmi } 'us ot I'nns.Ivania.. and that i.- *a> | i e I; the law these days. Woen he

.. Tare Month< .. -j. 1Z*> i County Committee will arranre foe a oft ai.'i; III" nain hues th. drum- lit: I tt rfat d>-:d. II.- haniire'.> nnle t l-ily warued They have foul I suffl.er i was attorney general: he seemed to be

't.vt OM Week by Carrier. ... M I I rOll.I'JK rail lion RobertV Paris IIP, r lu- !I.. 'li-.i', ; .'neil with rxlinctimi. a pnrr-it-liKe, repetitim of w ha. Uunevt :. t warnings In Mr. Roosevelt' open j'I "o'fllll! Ijmoraiit of certain phases of .

!f: The MiamI] PrinUn Company. if |....sslldc. w..l!I 'oo |.!? -cut. and kddre>-> ..ta i'.i'ti" of fa't. certain coin Inn wlnsi'iTed in his ecroncern 11:1>11-e of a hish office and flagrant ', Hi- aunt trust law .,+

: Yertll1l1lt.es made known on I''th.. p'oplon this occasion" h ,.,1'1"' ii-r. t.ot MprcM-nted] on the lat .lunge I'j'ker. David H Hill amiV abti-e of power. There has been 111' .a

1r]; 4ppuestiGn..S rU' -- road n1 all row. wl Ijt-reas+ poiii" yearsa uiist !It.-lii, Vet, lit" I Is therefore only: 'hii!i co'intry heretofore! no su< h daring Who iver thought that the publicity .

.. .f TELEPHONE, 613RMETROPOLIS I VKi.ETAIILK! ; ; CHOC ;o Innin-N iiifii t "\.r'-1 the couotr i pruvv in the work of .llId"rillt; Misappropriation' of public! service and department would become the secret l

BUILDING. ) ilnntmi'iii' trail' (i-ir them Tintriit liiHsl V It's polltiial! enfmles" 1 uldii: money service branch of the Republican ma-

c'ICE.: Iti-iii-s-in.: the coming I'loridn u.;,<, -. niiiro! uiii HI' h coiLtnodtiesha ..hu',' and \v used to milk the trusts
'}=::* 432 td434 Twelfth Street. ,, -a -- i
/ J Court I'' aide. i lope the Saslmllrii"r.iail! \ >' -.imply "tut out" I the drub filler- for i-uuiiaiKU| "' IJUrlo"l's =
Opposite House.St Th.' I'iitali'irg; I'ost iD'l .m. : saTh" \ .-' I .Aeiorduii t.. |..shed reports, thebetting ',
m *:t) b b> way of r>* ii ajestj and authority of the lawieuiiiiiiii'd III Na lurk continues Toe
:\t -WEDSESDA.\ NOV}MREK |;2!, 1904. "AilMi'-s" dials Honda are lo thi- profits Senator Lodge Is now able to meeta
: I.) : American i pi'i.i.1.; haj: .n" far of l'.ni-i-\'lt. Many < h
effect that the lw.-i( early; vegeuhii: irop lla\-: i:. vv. H'e 'a-tlltud nf tlio) reciprocity resolution In tie: road
t I ,;. gen. rai"l I into runuine smut k !Lets ari i 11, ii.ane many .
: ltu for many ) ears front. that >1o p: A iieHlenan| in the iau ,army is fur"' > ire in fait laughed out lit cn'irt nail .' ..,i' ( <..ill .. ai; > ili' ( Belliug uucldis -
captain ; exiN-cied I'uring: : the ('UII.I II\; i-cason. <>f the I K-'i-uiilii-aii, (party' towiuU tl.e to the woods The Senator evidently
"tt'pa1d about $200 a year, U about !iy the hrf.) Btonie) gu'. a1. a ting!: on norlrl.g. The \1'a-*aitigt'in!: Posta. t
: The shipments of those early vegetables trusts it is I nut in ttye l,'ast sm' prising figures ,," a reelectlou.By .
i'j ;$300 and a major] $. t'O. Kuroimtkm u the'\ 111'"i. alo.! of Presi-l.'i.t" : llmiseveltnd .. '.I 'I. unl !10. :' Ironi, florins Into this territory begins to hear (tint t'.,-rc are at ]IIT>.., :.,ono
,.. getting $l'w..P'. 1 why should 1 it not l L. a m.tt.t'of ilia e i' is iiiie; safe to classify! the '
.. ': something more than a month drummers who ha v.> tuned ti.'jiii'lvi-! Kettlnc together and comparing
: 0 -I.or land rid''ule" The Supreiii Court bctturif. on ek" lions as we do the voters.There .
?& : from now, and s.'i.tmus well\ into th" ,into "living tampaitrti doi'inm-rim" for I notes the altle raiser and the beef i -
: The Chicago Post l Is; advocating a i.f the I'l.ltfJ Staler 111'.11..1 wide t C.: .- are sexeral kinds! ol "bettors, but
't time when tU- \enctablea are plentiful I Alton U I'ark.r for 1'rrsiden'; Tln-e consumer might, be able to locate the
,,: }y alx-year tend. for Pnesldenjt F of the -(.Kirs to the Attorne' Cem: rat utul,! I1' U" frat; I u'lv': of llietn roti/ift i of two
I I locally. It U aid by those who :..'eel drummers, during the three gentlemen who are getting all the Lc
J.\ United States.( The onefierm: principle President, were they' di-si-osed\ I0'nLcip 'Mi-tie. Is.t i who bet fur rubllca-
six- have been. o\er the Fonda tic<<-j! t jthaI iiionilis uf the ( ampuign, will hale lioaMed prosperity, "rake-off.
J Is sound. But let's not fou.dd r a | and "-!.for. .' the ill: 1 ISHIM ;r\i>'vi'igHie ; ""U', arid those. who do not rare to
there Is under cultivation: and ullced vuth1', : "
more acreage nine into rontart
1:( Dear term UnYI Roosevelt gels out. 'I I : loiijiinit oi a.t.\! iii.il ru..tfu'i. i.S--rli--e.. It must lw considered, also: ,
now for producing early vegetables'' to :3's'!' Imsu'i'" miti ea h. lios'iil-s prob- Republican stories of lack of harmony -
:... u'I I .if rte Slie.n.in la' H'lt tee; a F mi 'iai, t1"n do) not wager! money intelli- ;
;'e A writer in* the Worl t'a Work says than ever before. | ahl) tour a1may other, \nl'rn\ front either if times The ... in Democratic circles reminds US Zl
luis runie ( .
ntlv HP with lire knowledge!: as a
.&'.:'o the great Insurance .colD, uie loan on 11 i "Soon alter II'! *' Florida alrpmenla; hotels rail\\a> sirs and el,..", h'.rl. And, inifts I are tno-e powerful and r ore a"- -nl tnr :f It-..)' did; there would be'''that there is l no "big stick" In Dem< i'
'!'tt;:: million o\1a'1\ a day. ,: begin, the early \HWUblrgiill'ajibe. ) the dnnntner. I.... ""'rll> a hail of to-ii than i ratio circles to hammer the obstrepi- '
aD average 2\ ured, of th 'ir ur-at power MY i n :litU-, I'pitlLin the l1u+mess. There
p help policy polders a little I gin to rome in from the Charleston ten ; Ki>ixl. aMi'i'snil.I: an a'trai-tne talk! ) r GeneralKnn I runs Into meek submission.
", f.J.iey I : h<-y were lifure At'urney tul'i; be but nice side! to a n'leslion. if ,, 1secretary
their which eye out ofs11 ritory. These shipments' are !.8n )edi thi-rwi 10' tie "iii'd't( !t'" a drini mer
:1')7 8Cal11lC took) the field] ataltiHt them"Did
::: \ i. v. r> I I.u'I'I!\ knew what he was talking
proporUona to the re,urus.f I i into Atlanta from Charlestoniiii;:hIlL>! teen and is d."ll1n hinis.Of aside Loeb his
'.- nb t, : thence to this territory o\er the Nii..hville. from business to the talking of politi '
moment s
first leisure by posting up on
It' + r 1u an article! In the 'ovem wr Cen- Chattanooga and St. Louis" (allnay I- < in an antl-lni-t tl) vein. Mow much ( )ou exer see a half-ce'u plea? in order to gauge the real! significance! ;I what his Illustrious chief has written ;
i i.llIrnll. iI
of the I'nited.State'redeemed ''of election hl"'", one must war for the L
-turr the Hon4Andrew former The output from the Charleston giKMl work for the /Ilemooia these : It
Into Ixxiks In the days by.
last I ;-.. Th>n. and n4,t till thru, shallwe gone
half-cent pieces
Minister to Russia sit ply takes the territory l is also expected to be plentiful "ambassadors of Iranlc" have lone and two of that
night a recurrence
i ri hide off the liusBlan B ar. .J.r. White although it l is yet too early to Wake i are doing' It Is impossible to say, but ,I n'M-.the first time in the history of I I lie I able ft differential"" vise men :: Georgia) ca.se. t

..t'.... 'deelares the czar' Is a I| weakling, sur- any attempt at a definite statement i It may bo safely estimated IIat the I the fiiiintr) that suite coins were pre froth the fooli. I t

"i trotad.d by reactionaries "These early vegetables!: at fist llliome results achieved. by them in making ,1."ut..1 for redemption. Nearly S.IMHI- --0 Some newspapers lay great stress on
k the world agree with bv They cnnno: be se- duplicated by thespending nm' of these collar! half "ntor nearly '
1.. aDd fill' express. : votes co'ild uot Some Interesting facts concerting the the fact that General KuropatUn receives %
.. .t.'I first 171-
cured In large enough quantities p1 of I issllt NI for spellbinders; I
(w. t I $ rise of and the traffic through!: the Suez I Il"anDI a salary of $100,000 a year That v
0 to warrant carload lots. This business and the drummers are doing their goodwork : 1 half-cents and the old large copper '.
.. are presented by the Newark (N. Is a lot of money but aver.ige man
F, !'Roosevelt. i| Is reported. Is about to of shipping vegetables; \ from the extreme -' without, cost'to' the Democratic ; rent were issued 1 as far hack as ll'M.: :: Advertiser.. It is said: "Tne Suez would hardly take Kuropatklu'B place std
muzzle the dismay Nashville1 to I Copper halt- ntll were the first coins
'. fear! : off his much to southeast through I organisation. I "anal i is 9:! miles long, and cost $101.1 %,- for double the sum.
It la wonder : and Central States, has ever stru-k in our mints and sere the y1 t'
a Northwest t III
of Ills judlcloBs frtendLj;
"> : ;;;". i; :?.\SO ships of 8A19.106: tons net,
= .';;'C.at he "has 'not broken loose before I ncreased rapidly with the providing oft I EDITORIAL COMMENTS first (o be discontinued. .tasked through the Suez canal in 1903, Philadelphia papers are now discussing "

w .'''Sow. Well, Judge Patker. la talking. : fast service. In some Instances'these II o- wielding tU.77fl.081 In dues. Nearly 95 a public loan for municipal purposes. h .l-

J&- :jWhJ DOt Roosevelt! Let him talk. HeliTff'eaa schedules on the early vegetable shipments General Stoessel Is reported as sayIng vessels enabled v
; t I William Jennings Bryan in the Commoner {per cent of the were The people win be made to #

do the Democrats harm If he even when going by freight, are Dem.) says I; "This nation that I that Port Arthur will be his! grave. to steam at night through the canal believe that It Is a public loan but the

2"f;Aarms the Republicans Pie country will : equal to the passenger service. 'llt; Is I spent four years'' bringing Receding He may or may not have said no. but owing to the general; use of the electric I grafters of Philadelphia fully retllM >.,'

>:.' t sot be tajnrfd. Take(' off the muzzle like the magnificent: service maintained State back into the Union, recognized the fall of Port Arthur is apparentlynot light As to the nationality of the that It la another public donation. g

4 .a4 DUe the,.rope.Commenting ', In handling the summer fruit crops In a seceding section of Colombia with I very fMIII the distance The at- vessels, the English were 2394. German ty

p work this section." I Inexcusable baste! If It had been England tacks on it have been heroic, and the :294, French 184 Dutch 188. Austro- Walter Wellman asserts that he has '
the jcampaig. .
;. on I Germany or France Instead of defense have been none the less so. Hungarian 78. Jtallan 63, Norwegian found 3.000 first voters sons of Indiana
rt' B. Broward. Democratic Postmaster General Wynne ;Jlsj a
f.Captaa. little Colombia, we, would now be engaged The siege of Port Arthur will go down 38, Turkish 33: ,' Spanish 17. Russian 35, Democrats, who will vote for Rcosertlt e

.$:raomlaee for Governor j and Its results newspaper man. He Is doubtless sle In a bloody and expensive war. as one of the greatest sieges in history, Portuguese t, Egyptian I, Japanese 8, next month. A few years ago this sam t
Jacksonville Metropolis says: to edit all the testimony in poaW fraud
;tte I But. It may be said, that the President the siege of Jerusalem under Titus not Guatemalan I, United States warships Mr. Wellman asserted that he was sort ke
: | B. Broward, the Demo- cases so that the public will be prgpdtly 'Jtj
'l'\t:3"Napoleo "
i( would not deal that way with a I exceeding it In horror and tragedy. and yachts 1C. to find the North Pole. ;
"eratle nom ee for : Governor, solaced. ,

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? : tact for Fine SteelHas Been Let typ

f' der I t tt IThis is Our First Public Announcement _

-f 'the= fact at we have now paced upori the market a few of our lots on the west side of Miami ki\er, and we will briefly. describe their

t- e -.1 i :! LOCATION. AND PROSPECTS. S i .

..:n .
,1 lots I laid off In the Bridge Company: to- *Pct and complete A petition was presented by the than $$''sl to $ISe: and 1 these ioU are Below we .1st a few furnished' houses f

t All of the were brldi1iacrosa the river property owners also for paving; streets only 1211 to J10 J feet drop, while ours fur rent for the season:
Miami a magnificent
ol the dry of ,
rictaal plat draw will and laying sewerage, whIch will be are 150 reeL We keep a free team at .
Florida and are toll size, Wxl&O feet at Twelfth street JPhjs steel 1-I.oom House, Fourteenth street $500.'t
passed at their: next meeting, we agree- our door ready to show our IoU to -
These 'ire th-i choicest iota In tie dry be 120% feet In ,jeilgth and Room House, Avenue C, $325.
double walks. This: ing to donate the city's portion of the real seekers of homes or Investors, and
tit! wide, including 7-Koora HOUKC, Seventh
;'its beyond any doubt, they are only street $800. wa
of It Is our intention to will be pleased to give you our time If
s four blocks from the i port-office and draw will be supported by G-R oom House Seventh street $300
f'f the city, you are inearnest. Remember, also
business center.! Every lot is la roll and steel and ( 12-R oom II" Ninth street and
will be 290 hence will cot eel any lots lo other that we mean what we say, when we
tire length of tbeffcqdge) ,
Mew |and overlooks the oeautifulMlamlTiver. Avenue C. $800. Y
t to be completed than desirable persons and in less tell you that only a few lots will be
an4 J also s perfect view of feet, and Is guaranteed .
5t >
Below list: few 1 'kf
:' tbs business sad prominent resident and ready for travel m January 1. DOS, than twelve months we confidently expect sold M these prices, but that you have we a special bargainsfor

Bridge Company. this pan of the city to have from the choice 01 all of them and that we sate:
the Converse
of the |etly. -It Is only nvevtovtsja by .
portion valk tram I Btstarte Bays Besides this, we .I&ve already arranged .Vi 1 to in i of the choicest' buildings and guarantee to build the bridge and pave Avenue II, lots, $10 cash and $5 per f'

t.f' wherethe live* empties Into It, and to pave EIII nth, Twelfth and homes to be found In the city, fully the streets at no cost to those who pur- month.

betas situated on the .00th and west Thirteenth sreeU.-'ad; Twelfta street ,, equipped with water, sewerage and i tease from us, and that both will be Bay-Front Lot 150x190. ",501); easy f
completed I completed by January 1, 1905. If money terms.
aide the breeze from the bay sweeps will be not only by January electric light
"unbroken np the rive>j and across the 1st. but It will bejeitended west and Now we offer only a few more Iota will do It. Remember also that if you 6-Room Hose, bay front tot. riparian '

i 'plat, so that in summer It Is Impossible paved till It inters.**.* the paved road at the above p'rlces_ and terms before lM>iiKht; a lot as near as Seventh street, rights, tropical fruits and shrubbery ; .
j I which Is fur"ier away that It would adjoining city; cheap at <
ill; to ctt'a mom delightful location for a through the Genera:! ; Lawrence property i we advance prices. very
4 bomg 1 I thus making tils. the most traveled Do nol forget that Twelfth ptreel Is cost you from $:nwl> to l.5iXi, with water $4.000. ,- ae i

4 Every l lot oil this j entire tract Is thoroughfare about the city, as ;twill the best one In the (city a* It has and sever 'Room Hone with lot 75x150 1900. y.,

high jind on pine land, consequently save two miles distance going and nearly all b. finest brick and stone \S'e have lr "II 'n the real estate 1 hu,1.| Farm of 45 acrall cleared 1.000 .

> 'rt. tb ere ls no harbor for mosquitoes, nor coming from the North Orange Glade business blo>:'Ks In the center and the ness for moi than twenty years and tree, ranges: limes grapefruit
e1. = projierties i finest and most elegant residences on know how to vet properties to sell, kumquats cocrmnuts. etc., many la "
the by 'r.t.
is the breeze cat off from
,y 4en* 'hammocks or forest tree*. Now only I a tI.-t", words more. We each end. It is seventy feet wide and If you are r M: ranter in the city do Iwarinp./ three a< ren in bananas; }

a Thli property] would have long since notified a fen of oif friends and clients has in-foot n.dewalks. The court-house not be driven ofT l I.y the prices that are 300 pineapple plants, two-thirds

sit t 'bern be ceiter of the city and built In the city wha,\.we ere going to and City Hall lots are only three given you on pr'>;perti-s which are offered in bearing; has an 8-room house, P"yr

.vp with elegant homes, but from the do. namely sell a :'Btmted number of blocks way, and the! .water sewerage by any and every one in the city, with 80 test of veranda. Price '

tact toere was no bridge across the our Iota at the! daft? sum of 13M for I and electric lights are already cornbut see us for pr'ijK-rtles; .; that are exclusively 14i1o

'r Mlsm) river near; it,-so that to reach it Inside lots and M5!1
yon (sad to pass more than m mile. third cash ,hulanj* one and two years. for the brldpe to crows over. only one pr!. a We dye you abstracts Depot 01 agood rock road; good

Besides, there were no Paved streets Some fifty of OUT )lendi, who knew Tho-w of jou thinking of buying! ; a to our nip.Ttj! and ar warrant every neinhliorr.ood.: Price' per acre, $15. 'A
: sold de,d leaving o.ir office(\ If are a ::n Acres and half miles
'j er roads to this point Reahung the us. have already fought lots at.d quite home. Just think for a moment we you one a west of fe

a k fan Importance of opening up this a number will bulb elegant homes as the lots on twelfth\ street to tie river stranger!: we will! lie glad:\ l to met you. Littie Ruer Depot, $20 per acre.

; tractj? we secured a 'few weeks since soon as the bridgeltS! completed. The ju.it a little more than ole yetr since and will, give you the !benefit of our l'n: :\rre one and a Half milts from m

# re ad ojptioa on all this property at ex- (Council at Ihelr-lant. meeting, October j at $250 to $:SV' ea'h10"; most of them twenty wears' experience In selecting (Cutler part prairie part pine; the

;a edlagty low figures.' and have already :o. 1904. onjeredljdewal1-s! laid on we. t-uilt up wrih fine houses, and no > our grove!: f.irms. homes Investments, cheapest property In Oade county.

a .OBtraeted with the Converse Steel Twelfth street tdjirenue K. vacant lots can now be had for less or any Information In our power PrIce $::::00.i :,

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Will pm.tlc in ail)court. State and Federal j;I I
Sped*!laellttinfof examlaUtui perfs. Ito I IU So many Inquiries are directed to able as in any section of the country, ,I

$, >4 TitlM. |I the Metropolis by prospective settler and far more so than In moat Ii
; Miami. Fla. ] i 'K
r O.BOX w. I or bomeseekers concerning conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE.

t ezistlnc In this part of the country, Miami possesses all modern conveniences m

"Y P T. SKAOQS. X. D., and the burden of correspondence :n- of civilization,! as electric lights, SIX.
11 with Red......PhfcrmarUtb tailed thereby hu become so heaty. water works, sewerage, telephone system -

- ttesldeD i.,a I 8tr" that ,.e hare attempted In the following free mail deliver, three newspapers .rt
1c tt corne4ee C article to summarize such Information two national' banks, one State i

cx MIAMI.Offlc. FLORIDA. as is most Important, and .to I bank etc. It has mile of beautiful

J answer the questions most freqneBtly streets of native white stone It is -

QR. j. M. J ltSON, IJR., asked. It Is hoped by this means thata practically the terminus of the Florida I, Within the past week we

1 sample copy of the paper, of wbjch East Coast Railway for though an extension I

mclt: I 1'hundreds are sent out, will, In most of the road has recently been have
D. sold all but six lots
Bt.occ,1t c. s
HOTEL BISCA NK :, cases, serve the purpose Intended better built, penetrating the farming lands ,

f MIAMI |+ FLORIDA.OR' : than a personal letter. Specific information forty-five miles south this Is merely
t r :! '' may be obtained by writingto I''a feeder to the commerce of this city. advertised in

' W. 8. RUSH, any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks

I I 'I whose' advertisements appear In this of the P. & O. Steamship Company,

1 Office 225-IYtr street, 'Phone t. paper; and the best way to become fa- whose lines are operated to Key West

4 : Residence, :!OLh :- L j I mllitr with local conditions, progress, to Havana and to Nassau. Immense Extra

a h < MIAMI. FLA. Industrie and current happening ,, wharves, etc., are being projected, to Johnson's

S while. contemplating removing to this 'keep pace with the vastly Increased k
1 Lr f. W. BACKUS.A section Is through reading the Daffy maritime business that must follow on a

..T3,_, r>.J.'J. E'w' .'. or the Weekly Metropolis, the former 'the deepening of the harbor, work on

I t+; Plans, Specifications{ and Detail i Made of which will be Kent to any addressat which is now actually progressing An

for Building of All: Kinds Fine the rate of $5.00 a year $1.25 tor appropriation of $300,000 has been secured Special Sale

Retldences a Specialty I, three months; the Weekly-a larg IV from the Government for harbor
"-z OF4cE. 1315, A'iENUE D. pnge paper-being milled for $1.50 Improvements, and the' Florida
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year. i East Coast Railroad is also pledged to These lots were sold to residents of Miami

:3D.: IE3ogrs: : THE CITY OF MIAMI. '. : expend a like amount. Thus $600,000 j: ,

lis now being used for this purpose and and they knew what offer-
4' C1vU..J"" :CJoajrcLltisa.e': : :l Sprang out of the wilderness etgnt) it Is a moral certainty that further I bargains we were
a-t I t- this yean point ago April the railroad u. 1S9Q.baring Prior reached to this I will bo secured until the ing. If you contemplate purchasing one of I t\ww'

i I I time one store, whose trade was principally harbor U In a condition commensuratewith these lots send in
first of
i Of fie No. iatahStJ; Miami. FU.Dajtoaa. i its Importance from a commercial your payment $10 :
rta.KtoruU.. with the Indians, and a f.wscattered I

r, a Yn Eaririaw& t a4 SafT..law I aIoq tile livelihood famlllea by, eking wrecking oat a and precarious the-! standpoint geographical Importance and strategical recognisedby and we will serve. you one. while they last. j ;'

--4-. were ; public men at tile National Capital
manufacture of eoontle starch
DEG and by all who win study the location r '
4i WALTER RD10. the only erldences of ctrllliatlon,, On
i_ I : of this port and its relation to Insular McALMSTER-BECK
f I'i I July IS, im, Miami wu Incorporated and South American: commerce tosay ,

.A..T Q"fa: :eot.. u a city furnishing perhaps the Only
nothing of the vast trade that :
i i Instance on record la which a* ton Esta1e:
i I I ,must spring Into existence upon the
fledged city came into existence without e
4. ATCf=TZ :
completion of tile Panama canal.A : .
1 e 11001714, 'Mctropoli building. first baring been a town. Tfcrca Mr

Hour 8 to 12-5!. Mimi' Fla. hundred registered voters' a** required most glance casual at observer the map the will poaalbllltle show the :Miami, : : DF'loilcLsi

to entitle any community to be cafted
the future bold for the Magic City.
,%4; R. H. =SEYHOUR a dty. less than that number e4ti- 0'--"' -=-. cc: _. .:: : -. <: c. :c :c
tuting a town. At a meeting hell for
c Attorney. I the purpose of Incorporation tine Miami ha one of the best puble:

: -1 I and e-half mouths after the :firrt' schools In the State, embracing both

+ Will practice l.., altftke. sL'' ...!!-d FntrnlOmtru. train reached Miami, 844 rote ,;ere the common and high school counes. .

_ ParticaUr attcstio to durporallanMxcaiiUla ? 1 cast The phenomenal growth of bids The buildings are large and well ventilated

1 Real !EttaU arid Prabatr Law .parly period has been sustained i I and there I II a competent con S.

r Office U Fri+.lt B ll4la.,. I I KlaU. TL4. throughout the eight. years of the of teachers. A Catholic convent is to I

I. city s history. -5 be erected this summer, which 11':111 I

sf POPULATION. ETC.t provide instruction for both II
I BaiCer or.
-White Eagle I Miami has at present a resident Copulation There are also private schools, .. c, }r

I No of between 4,000 and b,00a. In sical conservator. and art school, so' I .1.; "
Four Chairs. f oWaitit t : - -- _________ l .... teti..
Best Service in he t t7. the winter months this population is that every edu. -jlonal! need may be there U thus a saving of about $ '001| one must cast his lot some hundreds 01 R't;-

augmented by the addition of hundred supplied There are about thirty tn acre which 1* the cost of shedtla I I miles to the north, and accept the cole ARE YOtEGOING

A. COLBYjPr. / prietcI of visitors, mostly of the wealthiest flourishing schools In the county. further north. There are ten to twelve | that Is part of tbe legacy of land

J)2 Telftb I.I classes, who come to enjoy ',th. Every religious denomination 1* thousand plants to the acre, and tkirult where these things cam be growi ,

4 ;; R.q':1l.a.: : I 1e Ideal climate and the finest fishing( :jib represented, and the following have brings In the neighborhood of j Neither Is this a stock-raising country \( ,

2 the world. To accommodate these handsome church, buildings: Presbyterian from 60 cents a dozen for Red opa There Is a "no-fence law," wbl'ba t :/ {...."
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Gre.l.atr.OPtifiaa.JW. visitors there are numerous hotels EpiscopalianCatholic, \t E. ish to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rleos great boon to the settler of limpet ,I'.

C. MAYI'4ARD' and boarding houses, principal atning Church, M. E. Church, South, and The percentage of plant fruiting d. <. means, and there 1* Wry little :

t+ ; \ .a....D.lifit to Pi .aetl. I which is the Hotel Royal Prim sQIm Baptist. ;end upon the care and judgment orcis rto-k In the county. On the 11"1 TO BUILD I IIf i

t< & leanleli Fated: "t I |!II IIIfcllU I Ir mense building, 640 feet long 300 fret SOILS AND PRODUCTS.i i i > In their culture some growers ,, hand. If It Is desired to engage In ,

docks, Jetalerj. 4e,::1 wide and five storlm high with accommodations The principal Industry this having succeeded In securing fruit :! culture of citrus( fruits, pineapple, ra \ ,;f..
for SOU guests, beside .lobbies 1C't'\\ from 90 per cent of the plant in thai rlous tropical or semi-tropical fruits I
tion is
of fruits
growing and
;J4; rotundas dining rooms, ollces.etc. pineries. ,,, the crowing of vegetables at the season so, we would like to lu- m
: c. c. CAR OLL. 'I'II' It Is set in twenty acres of tropical ter vegetables for the Northern mar I terest In the
I kets. Tomatoes form the \ Land may be purchased from $S o- of the sear when all other paruof you using .. e i
staple crop,
'g ; Th Homemeekers' *g"nt. My list of gardens, beautiful beyond description but there are large quantities of oth-r $10 an acre up. depending on proxli ,, the country are In theo grip of winter '
be I There are several other hotels, Ity to roads and this section offers' decided adrant, t.l
City and Country Pro rtT, cannot vegetables grown I, such as tomatoes, shipping point Goo i Miami Lime Stone "
smaller than the Royal Palm to, be 'ands i! arcs over other .option of th '
,beaten a* to quality acid prices. Com : egg plant, peppers, beans, etc. The on rock road within I mile o any I IlinltM .
and i: sure, yet larger and ,*lth better serrlee Miami be had for I I StateaXORCHKSTRAOr.MURnERER3 ;t
and sea Toqf may slue money, I I planting season :extends from about may $50 an acre, anc I
than Is usually found In towns of The walls of a building .
,future satisfaction. :I i October 1 to January 15 and the bulk somewhat less than that sum far lan I : q
't k' I I twice the stew At this writing another of the shipments North not Immediately on a road. The sam \ ; : constructed of his stone )(ok
sent from
C. CJ CARROLL, I five-story hotel Is In process of areFire \
of land
Public I I November until May, although, there quality farther away fron j i At the Fn-mh penal ('olonyoumea.. r
r| Notary erection. I transportation facilities can of .-;.. t :
being practically! no difference In the raifdotua, Ute t'on'kL'I have ore ,
g 214 VE.D.ktStGMND wd THRB&mUS.j The population Is cosmopolitan, ev- I II I
;, I I. seasons, seeds may be planted be purchased for less The land 1* nt rtr-rrl a ''"1/1 The li ader l lea_ note Proof
I veg- ,
State In the Union furnishing its
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I I ery "tahlea gathered 'any day In tbe .vi\t. ;' promising In appearance to those at rlo:9:: murderer and was once In the :
rj.} ; quota of representatives An Undesirable ,I cusiomed to tbe deep, rich soils a 'I nrchentra of the Tans Opera HouseTlie :
1 GEO. McpQSTALDClrll ]+ Vegetables! are grown usually on the
fore'gn! element is nnknown. I; other States, being rocky and sand !Ii and practically everlasting 'it
Engli prairie lands, wbhlch are free from c\mhal player killed a 3 ibpoenaerver
eer I| CLIMATE. -1 : After once up there Is no \:
timber :I i ret results can be obtained from t !( and the drum player hal mur-
are of kind o'
.4..4.44 and SfcbdiTldiajr Lan4> a .p .iltr Writing from personal experience, marl. composed a i; :ar In excess of the returns realize 'lere.1 his landlord with a hanncr The expense of repairing or I'J.i

a. COCOA UT GROVE; FLA. I after visiting California and other sections trom the more fertile section of tbcountry. < first cornet Is guilty of murder with painting. Tbe first cost i* 5i -.
x where climatic conditions', are Fruits are grown on pine lands but little more than wood f- =
Fertilizer must! be used bo robbery as the motive, and one of thelarinets
considered! at their bent, we ran Unhesitatingly which are slightly!: higher than the while thePeiwnent ytryT i
YOU! GOING j the returns more than justify the eicnditure <'I a tavern-keeper, nse'1 to kill i
ARE fay that Miami has the most prairies, and In this: section very rocky involved I
his for the The
patrons !same reason
perfect winter climate In the United This rock Is a peculiar coral formation 1 I I
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North orl! West ? States. Cold Is almost unknown, even containing a great deal of plant food, People of energy and Industry an j jlieartUy I assistant bandmaster' was convicted of Cost
rut his, wife This
having to places
welcomed, and the
I 1 'bv country''
as evidenced the fact that In
I I the slightest frost being very :rare. mhiT i I
development being practically just begun convict band gives daily.ronM'rl to the considering repairing repairing. -i ?
t [ THELoaiSYilte I II The warmth of summer Is tl'mt..l places orange and other fruit trees arcto 1
I liy the cooling breezes from the ;Atlantic be seen bearing thriftily, though I I there ;IB room for all to reap tb inhabitants pf Noumea who are enthusiastic Is much less thaa i S Sr

benefits which must ensue as the r or the new orpanbMlonNVw .- wood The appearance la k
apparently standing; on a solid p'ste
& Nashville and the highest trmperkture I .
recorded by the government thermotn- of this rock Being of a porous or1 I ult of such development. Capital find York WorldPIERCE l much EUiH-rlor to other -y
nere most profitable Investment wbH) materials M the < $ .
I 1 honey-combed structure of
the roots
eter during the summer month U 88
Railroad I ;ems
I !labor is In demand and well paid. Pec I
I HEALTH. [the trees are enabled to penetrate It I
; Offers unexcelled ..r:keriilre.Modern &
piisiten i Pullman' The rlty ranks among tie first In and draw ample sustenance from what i ;il I? of moderate means who come Ill'r1nd Architectural Possiblities.rare.
trains Ar1)7
curry BIT would: appear to be a unpromising buy a small tract or land, make .
be.Hh.Th..r. very
the United 5tateq In point of i Unlimited
c-dat* ct.aclIr'! frw re- I
sIMpere, up | !
modest home, set out fruit trees, sfe
nialarla soune This rock by the ar
.: dining cbaif' car,. kn<1 riimns- rays is entire freedom from way. .I ,
and there are no "prevalllni dlteases". I makes a beautiful and durable buildingmaterial while waiting for these to come int I Ihearls ; We saw the stone' to any
i. uuil.rr. citirt.Tbe }
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1&; Oeiweeu ooruierii & "
1! and p-jare In trucking: are, a size We have
common the new court house turned
finest diningjrar tervine in tbe !r"{) e ailments which are to
South. | al.: parts of the country seem Id belI..r. j and Jail, as well u several residence1 (i -iost without exception, naccessfuAnd 1w I columns and planed mould-

; All Agent ;Sell Through: '' Ticket via I .. robbed. In part. of their pewit, as" in the city built of this store, arc this success cost. less effort tba : 'rEn: \ 1I i 1I logs I ,;}r-

ts they usually appear In a mild .form i much admired by all visitors Ft a'so 'I In other parts of the co'intrr. whl: I 1 Broken. Stone for Rubble Y

which '' makes thj finest: road material In the the clima'lc! conditions render out-doo Walls crushed rock for
L. & N. i| and rarely leave the bad effects I I l
n 'follow In the wake of like dlaeasmtelsewhere l 'I' world, and Dade county leads \11 others I work pcr'ttile every tn In the yea' ,-- Sidewalks, anf A No. t tr
J for Rate. JJchedulea, Sleeping CarR ; .- -.
: Scarlet fever and i-dlph- lu the State In mileage and con with the realth benefits1 a 110.v 1.1. I Lime always on hand. c
Apply to
ty *n atlccj.
open-air llf thrown In. Al the s pair rs
} Z t; 1 1K therla are unknown while typhoid dltlon of her highways ? san n\Y. --.i.ic:1

; J. M. Flejrnin.1.I I fever Is rarely beard of. It Is desirable The fruits cultivated are chlefli time, peopl who am enjoying Dealt '110,.. .Mw i :

hr..rnglr, Anent, place for those suffering j I from grape-fruit oranges and pineapples and moderate surcem In their preer -' '-- _

a.. 1orMa9giiw'es, J.*fi....;.aeliY t ." lung troubles asthma eatarrlt and Guava. mangoes; avocado petrs sad abode. had better stay where they ar- i Offer-

similar disease which are prirtlent limes are largely produced but betnr There should be weighty reasons to irfluene : & HARDIE

a. sb 1.1 | .1. t'l.+ 1'1 I 1'1' In colds* climates. Many perfoa* affected Indigenous to the country, they thrlv anyone to make a mOTe of sue' ,I

To ill Friends of Organized Lab1r.I' j | with these ills bar combiner> with little or no cultlTatlon. Citru Importan'-e People who have mad

f and hare beefa cored or greatly) nefltted. tree require from three to five years' failures elsewhere are not likely to b I I CronkhiteQuarry
We respctfu j I request, that i very successful here. Int.lltaenee! aelndnsjy 1 -
I Of course, this 1* not tease after planting to produce fruit. Pine
t entering tar store to
npon die ki apple., which on a plant some are as essential to good fo- ,
in every Instance People e, u grow tar* rf
make 4'' porch... rou kindly they do everywhere els*. No COflntry what resembling' the cactus and whlcl tune here u in any other Part of th MliMInow* i".ws.r't.a. Mi
i; uk the desk' to show you his .
Union Card. has yet been discovered where Mople. are propagated by Il'tt1ngtpe 0' globe.If CO.

I are Immune from death and dytease.At suckers, bear fruit In 18 months afte it I* desired to engage In genera
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Retail Clerki'! International I the sarn time. It mar M jtfnth- planting. la this section they ar> farming in the raising of wheat, cortT yr3

Protective Association. Miami. fully said that the condition trading grown In the open there being no ne oat, peaches: apple grape, v

to general bealthfulne are a 1-tayor- cesslty for protection from cold ant; other products: of the temperate soot MIAMI.P..t'ters 1'LO JtU.Ii .
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Psttsxson: do Ez saX_. } Portion of Dade County. !

r All count nut &nd Federal
lp.cf&tscllltledoreaamlaieaand Will prixticc ID perlldttllLa14 So many Inquiries are directed;. to as in any section of the country ; 1 a"'hr

TltlM.r : the Metropolis by prospective setteis and far more so than In most. \
Miami. Pls.pt condlflpbi THE CITY'S FUTURE. i
O.BOX: w. ; I or bomeaeeker concerning

,r, ''' existing In this part of the country' Miami possesses all modern conveniences -
D T. 8KAGQS. M. D., and the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization, as electric lights, SIX LEFT

Olnc a;-witLedl'roaPbarmaey. thereby has become BO beaVy, water works, sewerage, telephone system -

come! Av. C article to summarize such Ihformation two national banks, one State s.

MIAMI ] FLORIDA. u Is moat Important, anQ .to bank etc. It has miles of beautiful 4a

/ the questions most frequently streets of native white stone. It ispractically i
t'' 1. K. JACKSON' JB, asked. It Is hoped by this means that the terminus of the Florida i : Within the past week we .

JJR. ; sample of the paper of which East Coast Railway, for though an ex-
a copy
> orncKJ i 1 hundreds are sent out, will. In mt i tension of the road has recently been {l have sold all but six lots
> HOTEL BISCAYNK cases, serve: the purpose Intended btt- built, penetrating the farming lands

MIAMI ; FLORIDA. ten than a personal letter. Specific:( Information forty-fire miles south, this is merelya ; advertised in'Johnson's

-;----------- may be obtained by writing feeder to the commerce of this city.

nR' w. B. RUSH, to any of the real estate or other firms I Here are located the steamship docksof

: \ :1, whose. advertisements appear 10 tils the P. t: O. Steamship Company, J
etreet'Phonr )N.' 'fai whose lines ere operated to Key West ,
Office 42S-mh paper; and the best way to become -

'r.i",' R.eideuceQ49th.t. I i mllltr with Iccal conditions progress. I to Havana, and to Nassau.. Immense Extrang.

; MIAMI. KT.A. 1 Industries' and current happenings wharves etc., are being projected, to '

while contemplating removing to Ibis j keep pace with the vastly Increased rs

'44 BACKTJS Is through reading the bally 11 maritime business that must follow on
r. W. i section.
.A.n; T. I or the Weekly Metropolis the formerof the deepening" of the harbor, work. on : u t

t Ptan,8paciflcatiooa and' Detail Made which will be ant to any address which is now actually progressing. An r Special Sale

for Buildlnl of AI Kind., Fine at the rate of $5.00 a year, $l.25! for : appropriation of $300,000 has been secured

,-, Residence a Specialty. three months; the Weekly-* large IV! I from the Government for bar- \

*; CILICE, 1315 AVENUE D.ti page I'aper-be1nl milled for |1.5d ayear. I hot Improvements, and the Florida

j' East Coast Railroad is also pledged to I'II I J 1 These lots were sold to residents of Miami, ",

:=1 :eogers"avU : THE CITY OF MIAMI. ... expend a like amount. Thus $600,0001 1 ,
i Is now being used for this purpose and |, : and they knew what bargains we were offer-

.4"l = :zu"\I.lt1nr: : .1! I Sprang out of the wilderness eight it is a moral certainty that farther appropriations I

I years ago, the railroad baring reached will bo secured until the If you contemplate purchasing one of ;
; ENGR- IB, 189C. Prior to this
; this point April ;
harbor It in a condition commensurate
lots send in first of :
time one store, whose trade was principally I these your payment SlOt
N...!43212th 1st, Miimi. FUu with its importance from a commercial -
Otflc +|B yto 4. ru.p with the Indiana and a few geographical and strategical and we will reserve one while they last.
aIl4ISlrr..law aloojlk scattered families, eking oat a precarious you
H T tn KarlMnHar standpoint Importance recognisedby
r>- j KutpMwto j1'1on4a1 livelihood by wrecking and the public men at the National Capital, '
-- of coontla starch, were <" <>
1-- manufacture and by all who will study the location *
the only \ -
WALTER i-I of this port and Its relation to insular ,
II 1894 Miami was Incorporated
July and South American commerce, to

ArCrlteo't.: u a city, furnishing perhaps UM only say nothing of I the vast trade that .. R.eal Esta'teSV..ooI.j
la which a tall
I Instance on record ,
most Into
spring existence the
---+ city came Into existence Without upon ; 4. '::1X.; a: =.eaurc .
-, completion of the Panama canal.A ..
Room*4, Metropolis building. first baring been a town. Three glance\ at the map will show the Miami : : F'loiida",

fithours 8 to 11 i Miami, Fla. hundred registered voters are requiredto most casual observer till possibilities J l *!H

= entitle any community to be calleda the future holds for the Magic City. .
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leas than that number constituting =:;- '- ::: :c < :J
IH city,
+ I a town. At a meeting held for

is ; AttbroeyatIdlw the purpose of Incorporation, three Miami hat one of the best public: h

> i --+ and oz.e-half months after the first schools in the State embracing both t.

reached Miami S44 voted were the common and high school Pour es.
mllTthc and r'lrral train
In States
t Omn Will practice particular| attettliw'Corporjitiaa! I cast. The phenomenal growth of this The buildings are large and well ventilated a

I' Mercantile. treat E utf not prab&i*' LawO0k early: period has been sustained and tbcre Is a competent con -

et U n.-nllliIdI11' MIAMI Ln throughout the eight :years of the of teachers A Catholic convent is to
-,- ? I_i I_ : history._. be erected this summer which wUI
\\e POPULATION, ETC. provide Instruction for both sexes.
'pteEa, Bat ter'Shorao i Miami baa at present a resident population There are also private schools, a musical I

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5.000. In conservator and art school, so no -- - .
( and '
of ,
PV four CbairsJ! [ oWailiti the winter betIreen,1100 months this population Is that every edu'__Jon 1 need may bel I there U that a saving of about f *00 | one mutt east his lot some hundreds 01 I

1GSS Best Sirrice pn the City. i augmented by the addition of hundreds supplied. There are about thirty an acre which It the cost of iheddlat ( miles to the north, and accept the cold ARE YOU!}
A. COLBY A Proprietor I of visitors, mostly of the,;wltl1- flourishing schools In the county. further north. There are ten to twelve ,' that Is part of the legacy of land, I ji;

3OT...lft|> *tn.1.I I, lest Classes who come to enjoy the Every: religious denomination 1.1, Thousand plants to the acre, and UK wu>re these things can be growr.

R Ideal climate and the finest fishing In represented, and the following have iruit brings In the neighborhood of | Neither Is this a stock-raising country GOING 1

ROli blea I I the world. To accommodate these handsome church bnlldlngr: Presbyterian from 50 cents a dozen for Red o.*.. .' There la a "no-fence law" which la t ,

; arjdaatr.Optlcla a. I I I I visitors there are numerous Motels Episcopalian -Catholic, :M. E. ish to !S cents apiece for Porto Rico great boon to the settler of llntitec .{ ,

w. C! MAYNARD.I and boarding houses, principal Amongwhich Church M. E. Church, South and The percentage of plants fruiting depends II :means and there Is very little live
.. : is the Hotel Royal Palm, an Immense Baptist I upon the care and judgment uTdse rtO"k In the county. On the othe \ TOBUllD t:

;, k Ae.DNeritoposwaee.t j I|I building 640 feet long. 3 ') fret SOILS: AND PRODUCTS.The In their culture, some growershaving hand If It is desired to engage In th- \ '

+ C1asaa Icnrttelj Fitted: I|' I wide and five stone high with accom- succeeded In securing frol : culture of citrus fruits pineapples, ra ).

'&tclles,1 Clocks Jetelerj. 4e modatlons for SOIl guests, beside< lob- principal Industry n this section \ from 90 per cent of the plants In thabpineries. rlous tropical or semi-tropical frulta | ,
| is the growing of fruits and win- If so, we would like to lbterest ft
? : I the
I I bled, rotundas, dining rooms, offices\ ,I|, the growing of vegetables at season

AVftip" C. C CAR OLL. I etc. It Is set in twenty acres of,trop- ter vegetables for the Northern mar- \ Lands may be purchased from $$ o of the year when all other paruof you In using the ?:j .t
kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop,
1._ I '.cal gardens, beautiful beyond descrip $10 an acre up depending on proxlnt ,,, the country are In the grip of winter
.The Romesetken' el1t. My list ofs' other but there are large quantities of other I this section offers' decided advent '' Stono
; bebeaten tion. There are several hotels, I ity to roads and shipping point Goof i: Miami Lime i;
Country Jioperty cannot vegetables grown such as tomatoes, ,
'City and smaller than the Itoyal Palm, to be I ''ands on rock road within I. mile a sera: over any other .ortlon of th I
at to'quality and prices Come egg plant peppers beans, etc. The 'I I I United States tT,
and *lth bcttel service Miami be bad for 150 an acre anc ,
sure, yet larger may
Yin mat Bsrr money, and 1 planting season extends from about The walls of a building \\t-.t.<
tad tee. than Is usually found In tfnrtas nf I somewhat less than that Bum for lane -
bulk I ; constructed of bis stone
15 and the
satisfactionju i October 1 to January I :
arav future i' i : twice the sice. At this writing another not Immediately on a road. The sami AN ORCHESTRA: OF MURDERERS. ,
of the shipments are sent North from I areFire -
f CJ C. CARROLL, > five-story botel Is in process'' of November until May although there quality of land farther away firm j At the French penal colony. Noumea I

I Notary Public 1 erection. i transportation facilities can of COOTS N.-A C'difJonia, tlte convlrts have or- ,
i being practically no difference in thewasons
'! 214 AYE.D.& ; M'p saeifl DSI1UT.t \ 'The population Is cosmopolitan, ev- I be purchased for lest. The land is ni irn.-'Tr-' a nml. The liader lea nolo- :, Proof
seeds may be planted or vegetables -
:, .
Pry State In the Union furnishing its promising In appearance to those at clue murderer and was once In the
I i
; I gathered any day In the yj.w.
quota of representatives. An unde- i customed to the deep, rich soils o 1 urrhestra of the Paris Opera House. ,I ?"
MCDONALD I Vegetable are grown usually on the and practically everlasting
GEO. :L. ; slrahle foreign! element Is nnfcnawn. 1 other States, being rocky and sand The cymbal player killed a .rtbpoena
prairie lands whhlch are free from After once up, there Is no
| (M EnjlwerntvUg I CLIMATE. j yet results can be obtained from t erver and the drum player had murdered .
of repairing or
timber and are composed of a kind expense '
aadfSabdlTlttinff LamU a .pscaaity Writing from personal experience, marl. :ar in excess of the returns radzw'rom l his landlord with a ham'nrr. The painting. The first cost It

; COCOANUT &ROVR. FLA. I after visiting California and other sections the more fertile sections of UwCountry. first corn<-t Is guilty of murder with but little more than wood t, L
-* where climatic conditions are Fruits are grown on pine lands Fertilizer must be used ba robbery as the motive and one of the

considered at their brut, we ran unhesitatingly which are slightly higher than the! I the returns more than Justify the eilenditure < larineLs. a tavern-keeper, use-1 to kill while the j t ;

ARElyo 1 GOINGNorth I II say that Miami has the most I prairies, and In th.'s section very rocky I Involved Jhls patrons for the same reason. The
This rock Is s peculiar coral formation I Perm n6nt Cost 1
the.UnitedStates. of
I I perfect winter climate in assistant bandmaster was convicted
3N I I containing a great deal of plant food. !1 I People of energy and industry an j
or West ? Cold is almost unknown, even heartily welcomed, and the country' having cut his wife. to pieces. This .
evidenced the fact that In
as by may |
the slightest frost befog very rare. development being practically Just begun onvict band gives!:! daily.concerM! to the considering repairing r"l, r
and other fruit trees ar!!
'TIE The warmth ot summer Is ..temperedby : places orange | there .'s room for all to reap tb Inhabitant! of Noumea who. are enthusiastic pairing. Is much less thaa j U -

the cooling breezes front| the Atlantic to be seen bearing thriftily though !eneflts which must the over the new orRanbf.tlon. wood. The appearance Is l ,
ensue as r :
& Nashville and the highest temperature I I apparently standing on a solid pate j' ult of such development. Capital and ', Now. York World. much superior to other '
$! LwisYflle .
.: 1 recorded by the government thermometer of this rock. Being of a porous or I here most profitable Investment whH materials M the (' .
1 i | honey-combed structure the roots of
j monthl 98.
MailiroadOften during the rammer (II .
'abor Is In demand and well paid. Pl'Cph
it he trees are enabled to penetrate !It | Architectural Possiblities
\ are
HEALTH.t I of moderate means who come her ( ,
sr paeengerserttice: I I II ; r
un4.XOt'Ii! and draw ample sustenance from what {
I 1 The city ranks' among fbet first In and buy small tract or land make :
t Modern ".Jtrainitleper currying Pullman tit health.There | would appear to be a very unpromising ; a i : Unlimited *'.
In point
.. the United jtat 4 modest hone, set out fruit trees, .
[ ax.i
i' up.toooda k ci aclie, free r .
rrnmJalarla, eotu -e. This rock by the way. I // I
me t dining chain' c H j, and dining- far Is entire freedom dIt'aees"I ,|i make beautiful and durable bnlldlngi 'i': while waiting for these to come !Inf ; We saw the stone to any i '

Between noriberii.iud.iH.uil.rrt.The ; tiara. and there are no "prevailing common to i material and the new court house 1:, hear!-e.. eae In trucking, are a P oiiz" We have turned 2 ,
t floeaidioinKcar aervinv in tu Those allirents! which are I ]: most without exception sacressfuj I columns and placed mould
and well several residencesjln
Jail as ai I
South. { | al.:! parts of the country seen to be I j And this success coat leer effort' thaIn p 4-vr:=xesM. I incs/: ,, r
built of this arc
All Agent 8.11'Through Ticket via here robbed. In part. of their power a* city stone I otter pate of the country whit : Broken stone for Rabbit I ;
mfi j much admired by all visitors It *'sn ,I II v
In | form ;
't they usually appear a ] the clima'lr conditions render out-doo I Walls crushed rock for
makes thj finest road material in the '
L.&N. I and rarely leave the bad effect which i work f'or'U'le' every
Sf Tot Rates; Schedules I Sleeping tare |, follow In the wake of 11keiseasem and diphtheria I world In and the State Dade county In mileage leads and\1I others con-i I with the ealth benefits .,' e i- a :, I .re 'fir I I Lime always on hand. j

Scarlet fever _
tR I elsewhere. lit thrown In. At the eaa'time War Y 4J
open-air ?
atla Apply to
L I unknown, while'Jlyphold i dltlon of her highways. Ln
.. are heeJt I
peopl who am enjoying Nii
feI. ; of. H t'ii;; desirable The fruits cultivated are chlefl
J. ,M. Feminsr.IMT1| I rarely heard f. and moderate success In their preset:
r: r Ravager &'enf' /, place for those sufferlojj! from grapefruit oranges and pineapples I I Offer.rroil
had better where they ar
ploeMaS$ I& r caUrr h and Gua..., mangoes, avocado petrs aDl'i 1
ir. asthma, !
troubles ;
J. Ic"I"' a lung
should be reasons to Ufinenee
t !! I \ slmlltjr diseases which are prevalent, i limes are largely produced but belnr There to weighty make a move of sue' : PIERCE & HARDIE

e affected Indigenous to the country, they thrive anyone
| | | | .- I | | | | In colds climates. Many persons! Importance. People who have mad
To ill) ol Organized Ubw. ]IWe with these Ills have cotf e here with little or no cultivation. Cltrn
r: Frjends failures elsewhere are not likely to b I
and have been eared or gijfatl)' benefltted. trees require from three to five :yearafter 1 e
successful here. Int.lMrD<-* anIDduat.rr
respectfotlj request that produce fruit Pineappiro very
Of course, this It oat Ole casein I planting to essential to good fo-- m
npoa jntering any 'store to Instance. People Alt here, at' which grow on a plant somewhat are as .MMttlOW, "Asa A : **>
4make purchase kindly T every whirl tune here at In any other Part of th tied UO.aalace
(a else. No country resembling the cactus,
do everywhere
4. ask the clerk to show you ht hat they yet beta discovered whe/t peopleare are propagated by setting slips o globe. Quarry CO.

Union*Card. I Immune from death and disease suckers, bear fruit In 18 months aftei I. If it Is desired to engage In genera

LOCAL 779 planting. In this section they ar farming In the raising of wheat, con.
ft At the same time. It may fre truthfully -
_ :k Roil Clerk' International I said that the conditions tending grown In the open there being no ne r oats, peaches, applet, grapes, v MIAMI. TLOkmA, }
Aaaoclatlon. Miami. other of the temperate aunt y
to general bealthfulnett i are at favorable Pewit, for protection from cold ape products I

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1'1 : 1 : ; '1.1.TI. v'-l.L? r," '. i.in, I.%' the Cm Tr
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: ; ,00. next r'.r0

;2 We Have,! for Sales .' 'II.. .. I' ;,' 1 I" .. ",1\ 11fl. .,' .1 .''I r,? .:. .1'. II '. -I, I .' .'.' I,: ,'..IT r.. ,I. Tn 'I :,',::. u, to mo\. thEm :i' tp Cimncil mrftrg.! rooms.:: Vovomher :3. 1904. .

II'I !' 'i "' "it !II : I'"' : ttli ; Ih. Ilh\
i rt I
i ., ar:' JIlin 1.1. a ance to M" old.
101. !I" l I' t.
;. : : I'"' a" \ 1 nt T i tied'" Bidders to do all work and
.. I furnish
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"\ .\ ; I al'' t lo'! jll.t "III( III ,.. .' we :.ilw .i \'s Ii.ui- i :'l man-rial; work to be done under
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t in ii'> ,
,' .- .<' ::11r N'l). lti; a 1:tll"| MI.iiheni. maid i BUIrvision of the City Engineer '
'urni hiinilml) ''";:rni I im\ -.fd 1 I t
6 I ii In : I'"ii'. > i i >' .it'. \' "r< au Pure and Fresh according the plans and
i Below is a List of Them. into a t'!.:nth'".Ior11(! j "ii.rl ua' ipao i specifications
.. ': wl..n I /-. tt ,"JH'I'.r'I| It' ali T"duitwl} h'. to bo seen at his office. '
of On"ti imt'i-s tlllid. sate: resmls -
7I: 4 ,P'an' fur toiiiite tn \\ III t'i: hear t Groceries II Certified check for one hundred

} business D . . . . wmi.l I The wood tar mixed with : : : :
''r Brick block on Avenue ? . $1,80'0.' ) and,1 ham! of Mi :MrlinJlien I0"' (Il11Nq< ) dollars to acompany each bId. %>
Icondrnsutq: wunr. falls to the lottonii
1J': S lots and house . .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. 125000 \\' ho |had I won In'r-ahe did I the retort; while Hieteam and M>la- Let Dt! PMC TbL Statement :hundred Satisfactory bond in the sum of two
'" "J' :: after a f'w monti'ruurt.l111t.i1P' | two and fifty $250) dollars to be

# -;l 'II loU .. +.!: .. .. .. I. . . .. . . . . . 3,000.00 | mounted a i pair of mules and ttarl'il I I tile proilmts, pass to a seionl I. ntortsuperheated TojonMagnolia given; b>' the successful bidder. Work
,, like the first T> com-
) :- Inn the trail to J claim\ that SPJI" had I u> be finished within thirty days after

,I Tot and house . .. . . . . . . . . . . .800.00 '! l.ustililwood J"i.. are then n--eil for :warding of contract.
I Ibis ey.'s on Thet were a C4" iri nrI

1 lot and house . . . .'. . . . . . . . . 9 000.00r I!. more of pr >""" torn up I thi're, and when : the steam produnr and 'iipi'rlieateil Couaell reserves the right to reject rr
s i The water londenwd from thi m 1011- and
V : any all bids
Mrs New'house disco .'red that she w a-

-;... 1 lot and house . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,000.00SPIERS i i II... sole woman amend them a'l, she set rains the turpentine. oil whkli Ii read-1 JOHN B. REILLY.
,:tJ.t: I :111)\ separated. and the woodlafrom
''to voik and did the i(Hiking. washing I| President of Council
> i I itime to time draw from the first re- J. S. Frederick '
a and ironing for the ramp City Engineer<< .
I tort is made to float on the water bj || Grocery Per E. S. T.
While Mrs Newhouse still presided I

t & MERCIER over the mining kitchen her hllsband'sbig !i I adding salt to increase the density of I Miami. Oct. 25, 1904.

the latter,
strike rarae From a miner he became I CORNER FOURTH ST
a millionaire In a dav O EET AND AVENUE D. i

f. Deal Estate and Insurance Agents His wealth has accumulated ever NOTICE. MIAMI FLA. Dade

Notice la hereby given that Flora O -
since But though Mrs, New house has ----- ---- County4Iti
: : Box 177, or 1200* Avenue D.
cast aside the pots and pans and now Simpson W. A. Filer George B. \VaI-
,');..;.;..L. I. } wears on the hands that artistically dron Jeanette L. Brown and Mary C House
;r'e tossed flapjacks a fortune in gras and I Wainwlght,. associate themselves to I For Sale.New Girls
: : -- form a Library Asaodatlon. and after I
'r t --1;, '- ,- --- ---- ---- weighs down her shoulders under the I .

weight of the most valuable siIng of four weeks publication of this nolle building with solid glass

NEW :STORE pearls In the world, neither abe nor her will apnly to the Honorable Mir or S. I front. Situated in Dania, Fla.

I husband has changed In manners or Jonea Judge of the Seventh Juc.*:cal Good chance for party desiring -

t Circuit presiding In and for Dade
disposition. i to start in business For

: sfc "" f I' To' be opened by i Over one of the most magnificent coun ter (>', Honda, for the following cnar- further particulars addressS.

,,1 mansions in London now rrewides the

fit' iiueenlv) little woman whose world not ARTICLE I. I G. ZIMMERMAN
\ SCH/NEIDMA/S/ / BROS. i..al'll The name of the corporation shall be I
r many ago comprised a log cabin Dania. Fla.

i I I in the Colorado wilds. and her manner the Le.10n City Library Association. |'I 1Chairs

:i ; On Avenue p: Watson's Hardware Stt !located at Lemon City Dade coun ;. corporation may hold shall not
; ) ?, opposite e. .., is not more lordly now" than It was exceed
01' i 'Iori {ii.'i" *ji then. | dollars ($10,000.00).

Complete Sock of nbeClothing I That there l is still some regard' left ARTICLE III ARTICLE IX.

fTheY.'iII.rry"a) { I I for genuine worth Is shown hv the fact I The general nature of the bush e-b The i rimes of the officers to conduct I

'latest i to be transacted shall be to fi>iabn.h the 1m ness and the trustee !In whom '
M-s NewiHMi-e's In..
|pOI.uia.lt| )
Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings! ; Ixinilou dates from tho iiawhen, at t land maintain public llbrai)' and rtad- .I : 'In. 10 prn-rrry shall\ vest t l the '

', ing room, and to do such other things'as !hr .t t'nt' i"der the chi-t shall
the bright of a "unipiuo' nfTalr III'I r.
-1 niav 1-e productive of the trlucaaou.! rf*:

r c ", '. -.' '. . i London. she uiia;nth remark amuses,'' : t or improvement of its Flo G SIunso; Trcsident. j'
'" I "Do Know. I
J. run think the hippies) Can these Trade Marks
?: r I raombi or the community In whirl!. Itt'shall ('/lr !'i H keys-VIre-Presidrn' I out and
; ., @ days of my life a'Pr'thrl'.P that I 1 .
y I t Fpenrtwkln rit g them to us before O".m1..1' f
"'tt... be located aud to buy. sell!, lease t. uldrollrretal'1., -
i ;: meals for the boy In the olili 1 1', l 2"i; The
:' i Hi been enlargedand 1 i i inortKaor hold' such real estate or ,iir 1. Ilrown-Treasurer. young lady who

{:_"s.: .Th lera all modernconvenience { T i I mining: ramp I other property as may be required for : \ \\ainwrlght-Llbrartnn brings (ftie most will" g(: a }yr

; hare NOTES OF XOT'VBI.K' the purges herein mentioned I I l.\i; TiE COMMITTEE. IJuc k's J'inior Range. See It In '
; I our windowComfortable.
been installed ** ARTICLE 111. Flo (! SimpsonL j*
The qualification for membershipshall : )ra ,, \\ al'ilron rye
GREVILhE Mile. deGre\llle. at one !
ltr (FORMERLY THE "PIONEER HOTEL" consist In the acceptance of the I Jeanette U Brown. 4
time lady In waiting to Empress
c Eu-I proposed member by the Association, Mary C. amwright.
i ;IE. A ,FOKSSELL Proprietor- i genie, ,Is living In poverty in New ,
and th" acceptance of the obligations Charlotte J. Albury.
: ) -1 RATES FROM (2,00 UP M ELLEN-Graham K Mellen. son of of membership as laid down iu the TRUSTEES
President Mellen of the New York I
,: '1.1 i charter by-laws and rules of the Association Flora G, Simpson.W .
i e/E reath Streets A ea-Je B. New H ven and Hartford railroad Is a
"W 4 Corner < by the person proposed. I A. Flier.Geor.e Chairs
?; t '" I {; stenographer in the emlllo of J e corn- I .
I ARTICLE IV. B Waldron. ,
I | pant. '
The term of corporation of this Asso- J ARTICLE:
rgj ,: -.-. -.-. .-.-.-.-. -+-. . . ,., PETER-An f'\tra"n'lary,! nickname X. \\HEN
;.. .. I I j nationball be ninety-nine (99)) years |I The names and residences of the subscribers YOU BUY CHAIRS ;t
has been given to IPetf'r: or ServiaThe
x ARTICLE V. are as follows: SER THAT THEY
I name is "Peter PrvoVjC"canl" I The Dullness! of this corporation shall Flora G Simpson Lemon City Fla. CATCH
: BITTY meaning Peter the firm.crowned. YOU RIGHT. CHAIRS F
p a title he conducted by a president, vlce-pres- Jeanette L. Brown Lemon City, Fla. ARE

", BROSj I which was a-ssiimcd in 1195 by Stephen I Went secretary treasurer, librarian a George \Caldron! Little River. Fix.Man' FOR REST ONE THAT ISNOT
...{&! I L'ro, who entitled! I'
w.n really
i 'o it beIjing 1
I I' i board of trustees not to exceed nine. Wainwright, Lemon City, ,
the first Sen'Ian King to b- ( COMFORTABLE DOES x
xt'cutire ;
and an + : committee of five per- I Fla t

Machine + Shcfjp Jed! .ruwlI-I' sons to be elected at the annual meet-1 w..1 Filer Lemon City, Fit NOT FILL ITS MISSION TO. t

,i BUM- Karl llllml thin IIO."'! German 'I Ing at the office: of the Company on the' ii. .rp me personally appeared Floral I HI V THEM fs MONEY .
s re\o'uttonlst! who has bowl] In'I I' i
II I first Ti.-S'Ia> in February 'u. r on. \\'. A FLIP G. ). gf' B ;

England for many tears. celebrated hi- At the first annual meeting three !hoc J".Ju..tt.. I. rtiow. art! bt.I .ryl THRO'SWA WE "

? :Gasolene and Kerosine Engine K"th lnrthlalait, week. H' was a I trustees may be elected ror one year, ,I,i I f; \\ 't'w.ht; to rue w '!11 l l.iwn toHe THINK OF THIS \\HEN WE )
leader III the revo'ution! of trig. fu .
.l 'r'abi'es for two years and three for three rail's lespribed in. Old who III'V nH '
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which he w 8>< cciiulenined to death. and I thereafter excepting for' III 'rlbrd PROFIT
4 pepairing a Specialty Mf years 1 tneir names to the foregon -

.:.: : i afterward tH"nn; rpprle>ed Howexerjhe the purpose of filling vacancies. not tiinnent. and did severally ac- in IT.

q suffered eight months i-oliuri' ( more than three true tees shall be elected hO' Vn -e. eat h for himself that they

,, GENERAL REPAIR WORK H I npm'>lIt. 'on-I annually'! who shall hold ogee for i i ii err r rf Nan! same for the uses and -

d !, SIVINBt'l1Nf-Ale, Ch's Suit
rnon i three
\ i yesra piiim| s therein expressed

,"i SHOPS 50I8EVENTH! STREET. MIAMI FLORIDA. borne i IK < niair"d upon a riri'na. th. I ARTICLE VI 111trea Q my hand and odclal! seal at

,entral pi.rsonate <>f "''''h-h is that of- The b-laws of this Association may I...tron ',i\', Florida, this 11th day op'ta. That

ster tte ol the reralvancesar be made b\ the Association at its first Octi .'r A I II I. I'm-i! .
Look Good
Ii a Ilorgia regular meeting called subsequent ta'tbe ali Hom"r E Wooilall.I ,
i Accommodations first class.s. Fine View of the Bay i! CURKFdwinl ('!ark. head, of
I completion of Its corporation; and I I Justice of the }'eac FEEL
.xf" slug machine company'. who may be made, altered or amended -- I ARE

..ehed. the Idea of selling: gotMl I on'Oll'j They i meeting of the Association. af tat !'''rl''lnll. undertakes to ba--i a i.OOD; ; THAT IS THE KIND

i'kJEBAYvIEW. installment plan, ded( worth $Jtl.i.xi/. 1 ,.. weeks notice to be sent 01 mailed tariff argument upon the cornet Indu>l- YOU W\NT YOU HAVE TO '

Mia widow' is now the wife of Bish<|)i to the members containing a own; I I lr'p will cheerful'v adiait that I' U :NO' MORE FOR THEMe

? Potter of the proposed amendment. If votedof :h. re is --omtthini vastly ette'' in tht THAN FOR THE OTHER

,h '100 |I Cl'RZOS-I.JrtI Curron wilting I" the Fame practical Import as eau t .r'l hail there I. In Mr Cortehous a KIXDDade .

P.JE said to be go bail that few can read 1 It notice proposed. .tot irtlri J. I
D.M CONNOLLY. PropriPtorT ? .I
He wrote friend
to regarding a relative ARTICLE VII.
"3 ry0 j j1.i
t 's shortcoming The letter h>' mistake The highest Indebtedness to which The two nm.Iat'- of t'u!) i,''' run jnwtofn County furniture

was seat to the relative and t the this corporation may at any 'ir.Jlh.- 'e-H)-tem who ha\e iinie' o\'er hereto

Nest to .Terminal J Pier Oposite Railroad Depot latter supposing It to be a request for Ject Itself! shall not exceed the amount .tu.ly our postalsiini armed f just COMPANY. .

r*. MIAMI. FLA money, setn a check at once. of five thousand dollars $5,000.00). too late to see an example of how post-
The House That
DRAGA-The listen of th euiurdered I ARTICLE VIII. office schemers manage to uape Treats You Right

Queen Drag of Servla have decIded The amount of real estate which the through the wide meshes. M l. BROtt'C.:' M BROWN. Jr.G .


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: TOWN TOPICS.'Di1BC,8CEQatV I II'''' ,;K 1' I ;I f.. ..-.. .l i i c.:' (cr'.,,'. .1111." ..' 11",1!: "I no co l oru maeliiuery 11 it ,ii >. 'I ,1." Y Y
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'I. k1. i I i :"t" i i. i" .I'..! fixil'1 1 D. X !Sti'wart. Not' "l Caro11 I'lio nine IHUnHnt111! apply to .' ; ;', 1"a' "I"I."a.l -. IPV
!I r. fur !Kn' 1V..t and, int,' 'di- .
Burton Wcxid arti. of I' yard. U rul. .
.. :y1..* ;B v. r. .i of i\I .'IP,i T,." '> : "; I C! C, iiion' .lack-oinill,': I: itt lioii-. -kevi>ers.: buy the "ruachlur. I s ,i .rr r. t, U:!\'>' .1..1.I .-
'!Wting her parents |n this city I .t. ixMiit* null a !:ant> frpiat! .
ear tnwni) ten. of lie ricer bv. t-"I. i,1'; <. i ,i1 i I.n Mi., 'il u '" \1 "it'T.. I ni> Otto: I R.! KI r Io. HeIxoii .< to run jour Kitchen on the w ': f.1' n'lp potour or-

711Th Chowder at Minion House I'rlday. :i anmli Clara I hao wrtr: \iii-, .' ;,.rnini< J Ii' i- row 1 Sprngs.IA'IL'i.1.1UE. r, l-ust a.i oiint of time and labor; .J'r :pit! n',: .. {.
:J,1\, ..' Iti! .tort p" I \ ., r. -.: r t II'r. I it't. ('''onomy.1'' make a specialt f1' "ilEi'> : > I'r'P: : haven't b..rt.rllre %- -

< Mr. and Mrs E IL Douglas are exkpected'hom The large!: power fishing smarKiChast I r ran,1 I i'lan: .11 I:i., :-1. l" -. i I.' ..i "i't t.t "i.iPinli. r : 1 of kitchen furnishings and will .,' l,,'en able] 'o grow sufficient to m!J

tonightjor tomorrow- Ltt thi. clnl. la(, .ollll"h' ojiolis ;S; \ Pel, her Mti ; R E M.IionaM.riiltunl : be pleased to supply your wants I -":.1 rely the demand, but have a nice
RloKtoni went don the this -
lay ,
: \\'. Prnow. K S. Nelsiin.K ', a'miK this line Our prices are the 10' this season.IOM3S .
moraine: to take ffmhnrago hnd :::0 (
up wait
SALE. ,',rdJ II MJII"it ; ha lurinil, Irom Mi. \\ Ili'ur<. K I*. Vodermark! JackMiinill' lowest : AND ORMENTAI.. -O pr '-

.i Black gentle ponyj? nine years oH at unlll the bad weather breaks before ,i ifil1l end l olhpr (miris. t..tn' '-p ltaPI -, G..o S NclonVi: >' t Palm fifty thousand fine field grown graft- I :
nrorpedinR!: U the fishing groin': ds
KRobbln's Harness Shop.s. #! 1.. fur ,liu |past thruieKs In HIP Bpach.Y ...t) rones. One hundred and twenty-
\ g 1 IBtere-'t of !his h3t\ ""lInl n'tr'hiues THERACKET ..11&rlpU"1I selected especially! fir
W. P. A mow'. R. S Nelson and E U, }I '
J>jnne, of'Cocoanut Grove, Is all Jp rpioit( a \PTV pnii'iiia iII% bii,iyss i- VIEW STORE. Southern planting Also a fine lot
Vodermark. the
knights of
grip '
In town today on bus eu. Mi \l\niiprs i is one of t1** hiss I i i J, K. Small. C K Small C. \\' Small I of ornamental shrubs, hedge plants
traveling out of JarKoonrllle, I
are lit
-'' fellows in the \\or1l11, and never ; F M heeler.! New York ; H W. SiHlitih. tienuli. n.ar W. ll.'C1iAILLE & SON land I shade trees
WANTED.-Man the city todar hustling trade lor their :'t'I'r' I E.rNrnr: Otll".. .
jWho nndoirtands to mak.. friends! and do I.usinpssWhPrPer Atlanta: 0 E. Rivers city; ; H 1'roynrlur. oi'U 195(' CATALOGUE gives descriptions -

=tore work. M. L. BurbanV, Miami. respective houses.The I IIP Is HP has a fen storm }tC.[ Mover. Havana j- -- I and prices of these and many a i
dories of halr-rai..inK'' mapnitude to ___ jI more trees and plants and contains J;
s" Born to Mr. and Mm. John Harrison Blaoaj-ne Hotel, hlch opened SAN I
the crater' of i CARLOS
rflate, since he was in i valuable Information. Write for a
for the with dinner last
season night
Sunday. a'firl. ; the rwent bi? storm on the East Coast j Cha I 1"0". Cocoamrt Grove: Ja-. copy. '
had ten more guests than It did at th*
rle was coi.ipelld to lay thirtysiJ C: Li I. O'Brien. St. Augustine: W.W Pier""'. r
-/Mrs. Ala Grimng. Of this city ii ris- opening on the corresponding date cm* bourn< in a wreck wnh food short, and Sidney OHOW GLEI ST. IART lORSERlESG. a

lUng her mother, Mrs. J. K. Wine, atWANTXZX year ago. This speaks well for the L. TABER, Proprietor,
oars he will\ never forget this experience
Stytrd. :1i-sllon of a good seanon. :11FDIICAA'S Glen St. Mary Florida.
-Oalnest'llle San EGGS a

: -Pear Meet WlteoB 4 Mr. and Mrs. M D. Tuft of DeirltC .; ail

:Mich. who spent last winter here sad The New York Herald of October 3V I It Is a common sight In the 1".7a' to A Am Take the Jig Boat.!

who own considerable real estate In [g.r 'rts the arrival at Beaufort S. C, behold a stall woman, who I Is selling!

flas Louise Deep, of Ojss, is aGlnem and about the up one by one, put on send and The CLYDE will make i-- '
eat; 'of Mrs Margaret Arnold arrive about the nth 'spend the ; en tonte from New York IMtaml. then rosTilar trip

i at bet tome on Arcane B. son | This 1.. the yacht that Captainb'lck ; the other to her lips and band them daily to the Beach, leaving the SUM E

r Carney of Cocoanut Grove, bacn [over t othe customer who repeats thename _>>eI Dock at 2 00 p. m., landing at the new

Stew at Hlnson House Sunday I have a few Real Bargains for for In command of In Northern waters identical operation. BUSINESS ferry dock just north of the ,,

e y fionwseeker in both city and country the past summer and which will To the Inexperienced on-kx Her It I LOCALS. I where every fiily|!! is fvrnlihed for ;

Otto R. Kerchot. of DeLeon Sprit seems as if they were tasting the etaiJtV.: > :good bathing and the Bea< b being aailrely r,
winter lal
I ? p C. C. Carroll!! the Horneseeker'i Agent fend her first l season here this extremities atacan t} .m.t r

i among the laU *rraU In the city onJUR '>ffice 214 Avenge D, between Seoanind Sf,e Is eighty feet In length and fslid s of the egg As a mttpr c. Headquarters fancy groceries fruits cut oft by, the training wall from {s

TbJrd' streets to be one of the finest crafts of h'''' fact they never toml the egg!: w'tb llpitoneue. or((!., at Wilson '*: Flye'c; 7U !1 the treacherous current from North
1. Cut Inlet there Is of
lo'thlll -- none that undertow -
|hid that ever romp port There'

OsVICE ROOMS FOR RENT. W \V Pne.. of Sidnty, 0. Is one ore now se\en crafts athebound d I" The Idea of the performance l'i| that your sewing machine out of order? I which makes tea batwing so daagcrous. H:

Room 4. Hatctett Bulking of the late prrlt'a1. in the dly.lr a{ Beaufort and en route here amon? l when An egg is fre-ih one end j"i dintinrxly Let W. L. Daughtry repair It He -
older than the !know how 1005 Avenue No channels to follow goln over; no
them the Roamer Oranatsi.Rilris The pod> D. t
TVin-e. pent last -'n'tT; In Miami and Iwing!: i I
13to. .' 8. Adams, w'h9 has beers at T ay- was no enamored with HHlinmte and and Nnt'ia. and they should an which has i Inair chain> ar i I" I thwarnfT < !'ong walk after you ret there, and

for some time li In the city ghafcn of the MIAMI
two The human liT, CONSERVATOR
he ')* showing ( Insid' the next: week. MU-
Pain t' al b.> rptun rsl! oar lip! up I,
| liandi with his friends. I Il'i ft rest' h tiTf and wt'.r! nMln! n:.'" ''1tf' i."th..1') permittiig I are exreedlntly! sensitive to It"M and SIC. Fit \NKLIN: COLEMAN BUSH t tDIUEC :))1LY Y 25 CF.NTS: FuR THE

? + I i .told and e\en the novlc\ at tit:< rOIl ni j ::'OK. 225 TWELFTH STREET
plate before !going :North; aeai'iIV :
Ox-Tall Soup at Hlfcfon HousTees- i I of egg! ttlrg: promptly !br, onie- a !Ij I KOl'MI l TRIP.TAKE j
Ar! II. C. Stanfor.i's) 1.\11' P't-idence .
.! n '-'anlII'1': \ would| Inpvro bin onipleiid, will be cue of the! b"; :,, 'apaide!> judo: If hoth l ends of tin. i ii .".-"files f.ii 'ill kinds of sew' \,f ma-

---- .'1. .ft.v was rt*] orLtU ..s inipro\l this 4 ,i, egg: may be countoil a. bad .'H H lilne; at W. L. Daughtrj'. )'*,1n.-
lilt! mOl 1 iin\e.iiriu hOJl-e' e ei bail \ TilE BIG BOAT
las.J.. O'Brien, ofjtbe F. E C Ryith j i D \
a fairly' /0,1 -Isn that nu '
tuiiit>< i>\ "'' his rojili'ion jf }'e*.'or I d KinHimnmMe has bad an 8:1"0111\11 ,i / the air i'hahl"lis ,

leadfjukrters lti'; St. Augustine. it 'a' Eivl\ unlc-s roi.')(!I'latiiint' set I Ir. !I broken and the content sir<>,i.i .--.
will driven and windmill ended for .
the city today on business.i I
i equally within the
:1111 lt-e.l lie will survi H th" Injury.Onp hell.-\I"xlt. A.N'N'O'UNCE1VrmNT.----
,Amer supply ulth lint and 00.1'at..r, I I I :
: Herald.
o' the txillpts removed ll ".
was >
FOR SALE-Thirty thousand rough Otfttn stairs ore ftmr .rooms, the kllih- 7'{': MIAMI CONSERVATORY
torritg from his! Lack li> I nr Krasu | I OF MUSIC ANNOUN; THE ENGAGE.
seedlings, peficil size, at low p|) dicing room, hitting room and par- !\ ISETIOSAL TICK*;' aThere \U:>:T OF MRS r.ri'A B GARY OF DETROIT
:.0 lor""' allele it lodged under the kulae MICH. AS DIRECTOR 4
Ceo. P. Bn11.Plus, Fla. j jK. Mft t the last three named bating por- OK TIIR FCHOOL O'" EXPRESSION AND
..,r.- >s. The pistol with hclh Kra'klin PHYSICAL CtfLTCRE. HER
Jejre doors. so that they can be madetp are nine National tlcketh In Ii,. LONG EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER
commlttt l the murder EMINENTLY FITS HUR FOR 4
and th/> attempted THK
aeoge Robbing, attorney for W.' practually one room.' Lpitair"hye : field. to l lIP voted on for Predict lit and WORK.

.Brown, today filed salt againqt Mrs. sulilde was of er-John O'i | are three bedroom all filed with |, ice-President.: MRS. CARY WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET THOSE tit
make! 32 calibre. ARE INTER.
March and husband, action In Hirrelaln wash. basins with two faucets DEMOCRATICPresidpnt ESTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND
wftd detainer proceedings. '&?%. for .hot and cold water: also a'tftth -Alton B Parker; New CALL ON OR ADDREbS !
Mr George Richmond, wen oil! n, i f ,
and toilet room. Them la ahifiner. York. I
erlntend ttu construdion of Hi ti'e'I ---- ---- --
WANTED Situation until Jane 11 ; with four fireplaces, two up- "I'e'Pl'e1Ild"nt-Henrr 0. Davis l -- ---

'competent business raan. J. O. Wild bridge to b! built across th- Miami .rta&-s. and (wo down with tiling West Virginia A nn.ounoe2D.en."t
river from the foot of T ".t-lf'h) street
i City Mass tearths and elegant mant..lplf''PII. In REPl'BLICAN.: CONSERVATORY Of MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE FORM
cur J. H. Talum ft: Co., Is In th > ATION OF CLASSES
hpft VOCAL
-- Mr Stanford will have all the President-Theodore Ronnexr'f' New MU SIC BY MISS HANNA PHEBE SHIP-

I,Her, and Mrs C A Fuhtool of Ml- make preparation for beglnnii work ,onienlencfK or. a modern tour;,t hotel York. PEE. OF BOSTON.

are here visiting for a few days, Mr Richmond will l be here but a few right in his home:Kissimmee Valley- \:\re-President-Charlta. PiHrbanks MISS SHIPPEE'S EXPERIENCE ASA TEACHER OF SINGING: !IN THE

I lira stopping at the Cradckh-k House Ia>s ,UPD h" will return to Cha'tanoo :1UiOtt... Indiana PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS WELL AS IN STUDIO WORK.! RENDER HER EM i"

Augustine Record.Ij'J.Wi ; :.. but will come again In a short PROHIBITION INENTLY: SUCCESSFUL K,,r .

: time to remain until the work his IxenompUted 11' PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY
r + President Silai C :;"allllPl'lIn.. FROM 3 TO 4 P. M. VOIQES TESTED FREE
new Parvnt engine fir
rough lemon trees I Vr the
Richmond PRIVATE
two-yeer-old Is a guest nlvanla LESSONS: $20.00 PER TERM OF TEN:
; bargain. One to mine and < nebalfi of the.HIOI.on House while here ait! "being liiillt! by Me' | Vlee-Presldpn t-Ooige \\'. I'arroll! THAN FOUR PUPILS. 3
i stock 1,000 pomelos at 21 rents -- !sa4s arrived this morning! aid will fT.;;U PER TriRM OF TEN \\EEKS. ;

I |john P. Toms The many friends of Jr.'in V Town- Ij 'nstalled in the craft tomorrow Texas

nut UrrtvV I ,..\. were pleased to ..t'<' lii'ii 0.1 our Thli engine Is one of the finest on the I POPl'UST. Mfcstrut. FRANKLIN COLEMAN B LSH,. C ,I" 'cr {

l1"'f't Saturday and uud..y The tiarkPt and will=l be capable of drlvlnche Prenii'ei t -ThomaH E \\'at-o'l i. Geor.

t;i" 11U1 lady arrive at the home of fOIll n1e>. Bro' lelt Miami I alion' ttrears oat ten miles or more p
|r(and Mrs. W. M. Moore last Thnrsharlng ago, and hate Mate U-eu rujouiuing The; a'jacht Is fifty feet In len.'lh 11 I C: \' ('('.1'l'p.il.>iil--Thoma-i. T .bbles }

;. Come to \.make her horns In Nevaaa and California John 'eft.tn I beam and ban a mean craft of :Nebraska

them. more there Is no country that can equal 1\ feet She was designed Mid built? SOCIALISTPrendent

'T.y Florida, and they are returning to stay 'T,! *eat Christian and Is one of the -Kupene V Debs, liuliaiii Youngs

5. FIRST J- CLASS> BOOK- if left on Monday for Miami and T stNst crafts ever turned out .n this ce.PreRltl..nt-R"njamln lisnford Pharmacy tt .

EP- with AI references desires Townley and wife, who are noIr art and bv lo<-al builders I.oth then New York .

ON In Miami after November Missouri will join him later-Klsslm-! tlde and ou'side cabin finlshincs are SOCIALIST-LABOR

i Address J. E. Metropolis.. nee Valley-Gazette. .t: Diaho any. and the R8'1De111 he President-Charles! H, Correcun. N.: 'v A. complete and carefully srlet ; |Luc' our ,Iruyu: in
: 'nallll"antic", and .often so we al .. ,
can 1t.1\,
< them
i % ---- 'odPiv and comfortable The yo ht will York. < frand

fTh*, work of painting the Baptist Mr. A. T Duval "mel with a very a' n1i>op rlecpd and will spn ei' !.0i>oItiare -Prpbld..nt-WIIJlam SV Cox pse. Ilnr <'I1..t..merlogct tbe .: itnftlii i.. .iiI.n' .llw.nss.n! ,i..ti"")

borch will be flnlshejl tomorrow, and sinful accident Monday aften.oon brow feet of canvass when under full .lltnols t3 &dtUt jdnC! rinis dfb ;

i church cleaned: oat and ready for Homestead by cutting bit fool )il. The cabin windows wI|! be of CONTINENTAL (LABOR) -_. ._ '-

i next Sunday. .:.i, with an axe and severing one of the fvele.1 plate glass and the boat will President-Austin Holcomb Georgia : : :, jroen edintiu
: :
.I ;1' larger arteries. Mr. Duval at once wento Alighted throughout by acetylene gas Vlce-Presld"nt King !tfl :.ourl. _._ -- -- _: r

lit: ."Chas. H. Wel1er|one of the ship- : Cutler for treatment but failing to plant for which Is now being In- NATIONAL LIBERTY (NEGRO). the -

ked passengers. Lot the crhoonere top the flow of blood he came on to ,tailed) The boat Is still on the stocks President-George E Taylor, Iowa afUrmnmn at MKJ and C"unt.dn.evenmjfs.v Special cream-and" l ,1h'rI| | .t.. s-i<..r'<;-j!' xs
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who w&ll@Ilthere for medical 4iami. where the wound was dresser1 itfd will not be launched for fifteen Ylce-Prealdpnt-Wllliam C. Payne always emleaw.r to -ee the Mir the]Iritrnoa IK-M in::e and w'j *

attoo. is improving rapidly at the 'y Dr. Rush and the patient made com '4""* or a month yet. but when put In VirginiaLINCOLN. oilr line

UrOSd Hospital, and is now able to ortable. Mr Duval returned to Cutlet he water will be ready for Immediate PARTY (NEGRO). --- -- '-
Personal Attention A OHK 0. I...
i oat He hopes coon to bj able tonne f>tt 'rd.y. still being in a very weal ommlsslon. when she will easily taker Prl'llident-E. P. Penn, West Virginia Duan| huh. t( P..IOffu

his journeysy to Nassau.-St.Be ind exhausted condition from the loss > place as one of the crack yachts of ,"ce.Pre ldent-Joho J. Jones, Illliola. gnento all prescription W. E. YOUXGS. : : PROP.

Record. jf blood and pain. the bay fleet .

h f alma

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> ('&;; Was Cot' to Suite I Many kinds of StUff Dade County Title Insurance '

r f That iked Him called I I :
Tnt I

In?." : as now a restlK orbing we are Stable Manures i and Trust Co. of Miami Flag :

r tlav ( \ Dade CountyF 'irmers :
A I !
Att to \kcfjf ahead of and Truckers I I Paid Up Capital. $50.000.00 Surplus, $11,000.001

j." Bill t-i.. \il\. 1 < | ; orders. Ail| this has Sure Need the Best I I Injures land titles, prepares abatratrs of titles loans and lafestl1'.?+.'

about 1. ; none} on Itg own" account and for: others Acts as agent, aUonq-'- 't
i brought by _
; j fart trustee assignee, executor receiver, or guardian. t!
A 'd 1"" / faction jvhlch fol- Composted and Well Pottea ,i Address all commtinlratlo-m to

:! Who;(: our work,. >t It can only I be had in one way. Adi'ss 1 Box 135 Miami t S. : PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas. Fl.a t:

1Th.! '" E. XV. C3-3FL-A.VIISS: ...S. '8' .+ .... ..p+.
nC Vrf.- 'a {
(Delivered tt any station north of Miami for '' ".5 'l' ton Any station
lAnd ) e- -
t 4 south of Miami $6110 i a ton.
Aid{ 1 make Pfinls to your : -- : Watches Fit for King.
J"IA i JIll'asnrl' Irum
t- J. t Who handle the Miami ti adc.

Nfl UPI u ....."!:I'T -.. you wear our you
;1 lift lTbe : : II (} be on time

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No, | I a Catcliy!I Suitas \ : .. One of the best time-pieces made Zit

r That I, low CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNEKo our price for st is
dtkr.. as _. ,

43 i. fWa\ ) I .i If \" 'lIllo'lltant to .\\T. :M lty:\ !' Y.'t: .u't t 9 N $1.50. "

r I 22ilOO hri Ip .1"II. If \ou tin come to

.For \li i, : ;

.r'f With And: ; 1 I i fI The J. A. McDONALD CO. hery Watch 6uaranteed.li

4i |.\ :
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: oltr \\'ork or give
e ? 1,11 I : l money y.ut.! paid fur it. Long Leaf Yellow i iI LadieV' 11'-"lll' 11I.:1.1.; .',..pt'n'ac,' *.OO 1,hi$ '...
} I ry Pine L.ulic-.' silver, open ..a-.e: 5.110 -j'*
framing '
t |Has A. I \ Ladir*' <>-->izc [fold filled hunting caM 10.00 ; 'i
J WOtRLEY 15 !t!. t" :
I at par I It..il.c gout: 1 tilled b.lll' :$
% I l>-ue gold filled 15 fK)
!r.. i to First National Bank rjw,
The jjreatet bargain ever offered. One 1 !-!<> ct. blue: white diainoH.
fEFl Boards same price. We also sell Lime Brick [4 kinds]. fof only $165.110. I .*':

4-t 1 fished --- Cement Sash, Doors Mouldings and whatever else a I T. WI A -EB... .,:" :flClyatt's

City builder at lowest possible figure.
} post requires I --

4 't- ', the ice. It,$ISler-e. I You Inol Where We Are----t4th Street Miami, FIL II I I Stable!!

work BUTa.kR: M. U. 600 ..d 503 Twelfth Street. '
Oout Prop(etor. Railway i'z.

Patent Medicines. Toilet h'4
'1 $its Sun1ti ss. Perfumery Batty to the East. ao.sO l! North and\\';, I I xa u' SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY <' v.. ,

p I ani Stationery Ly JaeklODYltie 100 Ky 7..p ', Lv Jachom1l1e. t .. .. ..No U..rL. HORSES BOARDED CLIPPED AND CARED FOR. ,,1
y( ;;o to .J.p 110. Ry I)0a3p 1 Ly Jesup, 0-, .. ._.. 80 IoepLv
; I Store in Colored Town ltauub ._. 8. By IYOSa''' Ar.."'.... I... .. So 117\I sat.Ar '
&xF cabin APE of AND nrra BTxxrr. "nlumbla. $o. IIJ I 5VU5I I Ar AI"'o... rising Ar CIt.IOUe 110. ley data I Ar Rowe U.. ..... no 7 i.teAr I
-- U"o'"oro ...... Ito ley I 1SUp Ar Daltunda 80 Ry 7tIr
j"ra4er I'IIoYtlle 1'0. lIy a 1\ I A'ChaUanoogo J T""o. PI" lIy I e 4LAr E. T CLYATT. Proprietor.1GEO.
sway NATIONAL AND CON l.e&o/Ion. ky V A C : I
'... TICKET. Rietanoud ao fly .G.Zp Ar CIDeinnall. Ohio _, V a C 110:0&1'U .. .
Lt CIIiClUo.1 10.. Rea Four 540tAr
Jipver PresldenUal Elector: L)ocUbO", ,.. ay .ip I Ar Cairag.,111! I aIg! four I 7 Iw I H. MEYERSTContracting :
*" C. F. BUFFIJM. \'r'lIaloI..III" .4n. Ify I I' up t.\10'1110,11. i5 Pa I.lle seat', ,. .
ran Ar.lIln. no. sap Arl'lIlr.ltn.ltI Pa Llneel, "aNr : K.y"
GEO. K. ROBINSON. k.ln.ore "'U' P It kf t: I I. asp I.v C10. ".oall,II .(' II A 1'i'T::4:1 > .
fau GEO. W HOI. ES. Ar 1'blladrlphla .. 1'. 111'1 I l;; U. 'r Chu..... I'I d. ell & I' 7 at.tr : .
t olrtr I Electrlclai
Srw }'uri :
wof G. A. W. WE DELL. _!... L. ''1001111..11.1 Ir C tl ;j-r-5.' ;" ;
t }i1 s...3)w'. In,an nod 'loII1a Liieiir.L" ArToh-do. l'lI at III 5 ttlto ,
J A. M. CUS U.f.\N. Daily Pulh""o D.IIIIC: Room l"'lnJl ('or, Ar: .o.trol' L:..I! ___ _I' !III. 7 StIa : Launch '
Congress !Snrcmd Dlotrtct: hMY :_": Rew York. Clnrlnuatl: : 1.a }Pa Unrc Ilse.: I :,pip: I Batteries Supplies, .
f The.i.l'.i! ; =-=--= Ar Pt rrburr I Spark Coils. I tc. \ '
I J. M. CHENE.Y. t. li.tI. F..nr i,
1 -t |Tavts ;' I Tbrungi"Thrixndaf "ky." So 110 'r-\ '.\tl.ILo,:' .O ._ __ ate RgF II1 s4Le JI'I'+ : 1113 Avnuc C Miami: .FloridaWrite for prices..;

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1 4 |cl*. Is STATE TICKET / I.v ":" ,,noh. I.a.. t'1. Ity I1'rw Ar Ar'Lwlntpr" I'ule. M.Ky. $1II 4. liT y pAr I --'e-e---I S.S.
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lbluubLy !!.I. __ Mt Ify sub = = c -=-
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For Governor: .. .. 111./1. I ... .
Ft iRefu ArA.ietke.\.C Mp \o I "ter Fln..la 1.ltnll.d. Drltv.il.i 1 '
... ,I' ? ., rot. :.;71' Tr'cttioulPtl .. ... +
r7" I fI., I I'' ( B. MacFAR Ar H h.001\IU"Hot IIp'lu r""D.S.: C. W.. kb'Iy I. atop. ""plea' ('ar train,Jack'oo111..1.11"011 .''.1..1111.1 t..a Yurk.4r I'blh5ah. I Corner AnD B ani 11th Street., ,,
Secretary S
"He ot Lt"III" ito ley .. 'M THE "ri
t! Davis i JOHN F. norm.'I Ar 4r!I'ln.'Ulnllll.ol. Lair IIb.o a.II All I :."Ca'1' OIITH" E;:+r. I so.iso. I ;I ProprietarL1.I .S
G. A.
owner ,' Attornty-Oneral: \:. .Jar-: l"'II"III"IlU lira'.illu"n .011 ikbaet 1 i .' ,
<4h"IUj CAr between J.rku.utilk and iI;,1.nuI,... H.. a.' Uy i Sup I I.
the b <\ 'I S. UBBERL { I, ..... .
tttE3 ; I 0\\1 1..1. ___ It J. iip. l.a to Ity to ,..,, i I i' .
t ties. !or Comptroller: Ar ".ron. 'ta t'1.. KsAr a I
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r" I AUnta: l.a. .lIy .wt
famo I J. L SKIPPER.For ArAni-nnAla ". K\ I 910lIrorld's :
owl : A' Bm.1"Jlhalll.. ti" Iiy 114:. SAN CARLOS :
State Treasurer: g Fair lickets 10 ;
tf? ) \1 : \r oI"hll'hl.. rein Frls P a YpArKan .,. ,, :
: E. iL B&KL3FORD.! -.I'Itv.lb" Frl.v' !94"
', Saperttitendent of Publl.Instr&ctioD St LouisC4 lo'f on Slie1"0"" ",., hll". I Aim: ,I I
car 1101 9orim;' irk v atId .
lal.a i / : :'... .. "1 hr flond.. Llwlh d." : foxwmTk ppegaghereara12.50perdarand >>1 *., d
4 I W. Rjb-NE.VL. I I. .... .
r >|woal pre n k in t mnmrncial
,* of Agriculture: AIIRII..' AI' \Ck"'JsnLI.t: : : SAMPLE ROOMS .
r ni.-n. Later t
From s.Ofk.. W4.hln ...II.d.'t'.. W.hinatun and 1"lda l.illll\-.1.; 9'; ... m. I PAIN NOItl i
J. S. n.pWU.Y. . I.Imilnl," >> ioa. Post ffke Bux I>>\. ,
.j t He b ; From fhlcavtl'nrlnngU; l nvttjiiuni;'> i!< ><.II. 1"1"It.l. 01. I KlMlF. flril.l.,' .""
Rmtlroad'Corom'sslODer' hr m K,,,...i Citj'. M" iniu'. Rlrluui.ltaatTic.florIJALtlmed94.n." I
j and H :I, \ ) i I'I I"r'lIlI" Uclllnl>tl;,1'I'jjl. cit'. -tie N. '1\...bl,.,,',," red .-rl,la L un.t<'.1,.""i .!o. .a. III 'f
H. T. ITCHIE. ---- -- -- -- -- -- H.---
+M1 a type ,
t d .. 1 .. of Supreme Court for Ten Round Trip Summer_Tourist.Tickets.now on sale. ___

4. to e< > 1 of 9E!$ Yeirs: I. C. LUSK District Pissinger Agent, 103 W Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla


.y4l t and _. O("' 8.KAP.R.C ot Supreme. Court: 3. HHARDWIUK.. P. T. M. BROOKS MOROAf, A 0 P A W. HAHNn:

M \! 8. JUAMS( f t

?#+S I to Jtonuf hU ( |: J E. PIXTEIL.U Atlantic Coast Line. Architect and Builder III ;
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dr! '" i : 1I
e and ( I II' I !. !BOUNTY TICKET. Quickest time, most excellent service North, East and West via I I um have in m\ 101'1<;t one of the l.e>.t '
might' ) ': For tit?' i-Rl!lalure: ATLANTIC COAT: LINE. The Famous New York and Florida Special draftsman in the "-">uth. and ant better lq'
F 1 "lrtu DR. ife HOOD solid Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping Dining and Observation Can, prepared| l than ever for furnii-liin :' plaatami r
s tr J I qfjthe ncuit Court: I electric lighted throughout, leaves St Augustine dally except Sunday at 11 i details lor gaid) t.ui.ilinj; '. (tine calii-

a' S 1: i I; MORQAN E. JONES.FOr.lBiwr'ff 1. M., arrive New York 4:46 P. M. following day. for lilt turned work eti.\\oik.I am scroll now sawinjf headquarter{ and all
: ; : Florida and West Indian Limited, carrying Drawlng-Roim Sleepers and
uorU u-nall\! done in a FIRST CLVSS ;r ,
j H...'.FERRIS. Dining Can, leave Jacksonville at 9:00 A. M. daily arrive New York 2:00P. : planing mill. 7?

Coiim, Treasurer: M. following day.
k. of J.;i | JUNti. S|I. 1..0"LEY. Chicago B' i Florida Limited, solid Pullman train of S.eepera. Dining and ,I Send me your order for doors and window -

< ; ; For Tax. Cil! \ctor: Observation Cars leaves Jacksonville dally a. 9:10: A. M., arrive Chicago 4:00P. frames ballusters, brackets etc. ,
to & J. it, LAVII30N carries St. Louis Sleeper arriving St. Louli
g3 M. follow!: g day This train I ite
and be convinced MIAMI FLA
Then I County Assessor of Taxes: lS5 P. M.Dixie.

Y ti It ii 1 I D. UJHUOHES. Flier If>&Yer. Jacksonville 8\*. ;P. M. dally, carries through .

"At' Erur> I| !: I Superintendent of Public I sleepers to Chicago and St Louis. arrUicg Chicago 9:16 P.M., St Louis .,V;
i'4.: Iils!rurN'Jn' :
Rorie.Mkt .. .
i:08 A. M. fc Ion lug morning. t1
J I I B.laG.I I'EKRICK.a I The quick..st line b> four and onot-bait hours to C91ag.Yeven hours to America's Most Perfect Whec
I '
r* For floiflity Survejor 4e .ouia.'e.nil. hmir to Lmilpvllle MAKE RESERVAT ONS PROMPTLY

('l1l1r \ J. IRVJfsG GORTON "

3 alto 1 Countr.Commissioners- The Fl.aqyc 1 e. {
it n '. } \ +nARRY niCHXRDS, SEABOARDAir #
DlfrtrlcS-C. r.. HAIGHT. V'&e)

I\r",< : Dmirtk-R. .'. PECK. Differs floral tlul l 1il'wJp., Pubes one-fourth 'r S
111. !< l I. ! t. with !" Memberp of School Board: i easier, and is propt-lh'd' the same way.

'' I l I I District-J. T. ZIGLER. FOR The 'less the friction, the easier the push. L.:
Infc : DlstrtcJ H. S MILLER ; ; Columbia Camden, Southern Pines,I
l Dlstrtcl-C. F. YOUNGS. The has less: friction on its Crank Bearin
x .u food ,, ( Jute of the Peace: I lialsi i ii, Hichmond, Washington, Baltimore. < a...

and. DUtjttt-A. J. GOODE. Philadelphia. New York. .:* than any other: oicyole. 'j
I ;
Dls)!lA-Frank 1DNER. Two Elegant Trains Daily.

s ry I 1 DistrtcS Dlitridt--C.R. W.C. TASKER.PIERCE. Seaboard Express ;Seaboard Mar;II Plumbing: W

;.r It' I DIstrictf-DAVID FW Constable:McCUNB. Modern Pullman (IEqllipJnp.t.ONLY '.,"*"

i,.t (I DI't1kt-1. R. FUNK. LANE I have an up-to-date plumhin establishment' .

District-I. H Burton. leepm fron I JaclsoaT.ilet.iewiOrleiiiiFor |! '
Just I Gplntl: ; daily thNIb! ; connection with my Bicycle Emporium,i and' "

Tc+..'a I _.p qq full mforrr icn.ul sleeper reaetvations, call .,n ail>' agent of th, prepared to do the best: work. Call and see me''
Seaboard, or write
t'y Tom >U has made the horri

; j' : that Governor CXtell be A. 0. MCDOWELL'. to'L'ien.' K-S. m Lli;;(;',urine, .Fla.S. M. J. McDONALDl
In hewing to the line, let the
.J where they mar. C. AO\' LST( 'N. fjr. Pa s.I' gt.6x '

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Carelessness! Is .
responsible for
Judge Call.. shown a clipping this
railway wreck and the sane caulK'll're ItEaLER: 11'1' e T

Vote for one. morning from a State paper In regard making human wrecks sufferers' { 0000000000000000000000000 H STILLEY ..UATS.I'OlLWlfGGS.. 0
Sheriff. to-the In which the official election
way rom Throat and Lung troubles But Jot..h. D N.ar l4t..

,: A DEMOCRATIC JOHN FROHOCK. tI(allots, should be printed to b- voted! mce the advent of Dr. Kings !New" I Goods) Delivered Free. 0 f f

f. n_' lUll November; 8th, and SaId that he had Mswovery for Consumption Cough oeoee.eetoeeee.eeeoe.see I

iT' .H. T. FERRIS. never made any decree in the matter ol nd Colds, even the worst caws can lx .
--- -- -
: __ R. L. STEPHENS. la: general election, but suggests; that the tired and hopeless resignation j ix no --- -- ---- -

; i Vote 'for oneCount, tunnies of candidates be printed alpha- ingrr ar4'Pstary. Mrs. Lois Crag;; of j'b

lady the Names qf iI the Various For )' Treasurer.. iJI**kally! just as they apppar ou par Ktnht'hter. Mass 1.; one di zany t

-- Il-S: Aits of 18'jJ:;, lass of Florida. Not hose life Han saved by Or Kins'! U-

; Electors.t C. H. RAULERSON. lUlL is this alphabetical: with
form I VvDiscovery, This gnat r,'medv !i4
4fE lg fir letter, bill with the *'<'ond lot .A
tor all
JIM; I; \1. HO VLEY.C Throat sill I l.migIcPn

tt'1 t/jj;;; also, i '..H hv' all dru :sl"ts: Pr.--, "HH' 4 ,rt

!' ;' W. HO'\ :: fail' I was made Ki.own u, D l' .
.I t ,. I !IjThis nil fl l Trid'! bottles free
..,' i.e I'eU h.-r. ,'ha,rill a" of the, SHIN \Innmumiintue -
Democratic epubl iean. So. Vote for oi.e .'
.bIIC < and 1 l.caid In
...... \.. I For Tax Collector. 1 I.T I \nl I.it."<"ts \nsfeM. rhamrin 8111 I '
Populist I thought some roomy ollllJ1.-IIIII..r Jr Ar DANn. a
l listand Names to be -- --- ---- 'rnlirn') of this citanil MoitKOuierj) ,. *
.." hila already punted/ ) the hn"!:<.t- and
N. \LT1EK.
T. I ,
ate just i llIpIN..d plans for n jimmm!
I '
Mixed on Official Ballot. -- ----- plowed the faiuluiates of lh'l nfferenltogether
iottl at Palndlo Bps, h, on (i'.sa.ua:
''I i I JEO: COX. jJ 'tI(>s rie-i,dl: R-i of the al- '
\ i lay wlnih local capitalist are now

f'i\j 1 i : J. i I. \\ 1LSON.oie : |I ,tthlh)hh -t.I piinting of bal.otrnav pnue ',oiisideniii;*, with the possible intention 1
J ,
l I:1 f rerttng: some time during,,' < om-
ItRn bails of a contest if there, Mioul.l
l1orida! Democrats should impress V tor OLC !ng si'ason. s

_.. their memory tie names of the I For I'rosetutmg Attorney. ,,1'a\ ('lose'olp for national! ca"tll.latl",. The sliuiture, j if built ac<'(>ioirK toj TOURIST RESORT

__acntic presidential elector*, so asmold I I I a'd ronrpssm"n,: I j he present plans, will lx an excennonallj \Wave lly House

f errors to voting. There will UOUERT H TAYLOK :' ;\\"e understand that the alphabetical\ handsome one, font stories NI.IarAl.otefurtaaWasst: Airy: Itonran <
T 'faiL will: be adhered, to in this (Pina'!' ) j
tour set of presidential electors on '
I high|( with -ialor l and containing 130' Oierlooh* thk: Bay. +
Vote for one
names In a.l and'I Icfliintj' in arrangingthe ballot> Thl
tlcket-t'lrent 1 with
I rooms numerous pritttlbadis, tijMbSt c
For County Assessor of Taxes. ': Ua\s own done! hen'tutor*, and' MRS. .SABELH HAVfcRLY. Mina ru.I""
be arrangefl In alphabetical; ihke &
/will ) ;I 'iid will front liunudlatfl' ou the l hay,
jf, 90 that the Democratic elector I d l all n :h t. the sil.- of ''
GEO O BUTLER. I |ion (prolublj> the present I'al-!
I mot appear together on the tickets: Beach baseball .
----- : i I meito groundI'enarnla
tiring are the games of the five I EK. CARLSON: .Uh' retaliation for the nt of tl-: l -. Journal Hinson House

tic presidential electors!: I States \'PrflD1Pl1l; In ( !'ian;:;iii4'atthe
t H. P. Bailey. rcijuiM of the Tampa and other '. .
__ _
l! NOT .\ SICK 1)SJ :o.C': Newly Fiimi-ned.
now :'ooation H.
J. E. Gray, [ Vote for one. ;Independent\ dar manufai tu*"rs, the ite* $1.50 ix-r day
I 33 I 4tlt I 51.IH.lml! HorUiJCome
T. A. Jennings For County Superintendent of Public i 4f4. and l position o (the stain i placedlonlmporud t
I | "I I w a,. taki'n K\Nf'ly -kh 'w ;.ih kid.ny .-
7 A. B Nevitonttt l Instruction. I | cigars. thus presentingttlt ; !'
tioiilile1 tried all soilof mtdi- +
F. B. Stooeman.MI I ** undue ad\erti3erafnt of i raiport.-d
,. of which 'll ved One
l." s none r< < me
names will appear on the ticket ,I R. E. HALL. 1ctj iara at the p\pen! of the domesticIpfdilmt.
fat I saw an ad. of Electric( Hit 1
I In the order as below. We have the Cuban Government has punt a"nd
I REV S, G ME11R1CK. t [ ten( and detPrnuneil to try thai After See"Us
3C mark in front of the names ad PPtitl a niv std tutu ti more ionspi< x
idkint f.." ,dosis I felt relfcvid' and
_j Democratic electors, indicating' i I ujii' tamp \\hIt h will be |1'.1,1! on u
L, U WELLS. tln-nafti was- entirely' cur. d, and I I.
r:the ballot is to te marked i I' of cigars iraiio In dipped have not seen a sick day clnce. :';"I"hI
PRESIDENTIAL; Vote for one into the Tnheil Stat is .
of mire been cured of lUiPii.Neuralgia. '
less hate
Vote for five. !The Cuban i is Known a; "a t ,1
For County Sun) or. stamp :
.... I Ii '
HMflH. stamp of giiirantf-p.: and '" i 1.1 1 lx a Imalt-m. ; Liver and Kidney OUR STOCK IS

;. P. Ballet J. IRVING GORTON. ;;paudy affair! engraved with th Cuban |I troubles and General Debili$'," This :( Full Line of HardwareS

rdaV i II!is what D F Bass of FremonN. r.. !|
of The iiideppndent 'IIar
arms. .
J. E. Grady. !' 'ote for one. |if maiinfacturere of the Unitfl States writes Only' 51at all dr R"I"h1. I SASHDOORS NEW AND
For County Commissioner First
complained to the Treasury Depart.meat ,
JtenningL I Ir District The new well has been comph led and COMPLETEPrices
T. A. Farming
t that the big Import slam- placedon
a turned over to the city and there can
M. R. JOHNS. {cigars brought Into this country PAINTS '
A. B. Newton. be no purer water than that which will 'Im |j' < i i
.. fro$ Cuba served as an advertisementof are Low
soon be given to the residents of Bar-
HARRY RICHARDS. the Imported goods to tin detriment -
Y, Y tow. The well Is 725 feet deep! and Is
F. B. Stoneman.. of Havana cigars made in Tampa
cased within 20 feet of the bottom. For
Vote for one. and elsewhere in this country which
Second over 400 feet above the source of water J. W.
E. B. Barker.e For County Commissioner.
: afe|Just as good. If not better than
District.C. the well was drilled through solid rock,
those made In Havana. The Treasury
: A. P. Baskifla.4P much of It being of a flinty nature
Department made a change C. HA1GHT. This at least shows the Impossibilityof +
United States stamP. having It placedontfce
C F. Stxffala.AWl contamination by contact with surface - - ----
's E. H. DIMICK. bottom of the box Instead of the --- .
water-Bartow Courier-Inform- *
toplS Now the Cubans have adopted aretIiatory We ncUe <
a A. N. Caahntu.' Vote for ote. scheme calculated to ad- anL the .

w *or County Commissioner Third Y veAlse their cigars through gorernmekUt CONSTIPATION.
Dale. Iji Typewriter.
X K. DWtrict.T. UIIlstance.-Tampa Tribune.

A t G. W. Holnla.x A. WINFrELD. fi Health Is absolutely Impossible if I'h ;

The! port's record for shipment of constipation be present Many serious I l siIE
Vote for one. I
cotton on one steamer was brokeneattrdar. cases of liver and kidney complaint
| D. I:. IfcKljnon.Thomas For County Commissioner Fourth
y when the Gulf Transit Com- bare sprung from neglected constipation. -

; R4aore District paajf, cleared the big British steamer Such a deplorable condition Is Because It Is superior to all oUera. 0(7

JOHN SEWELL. Manchester Shipper for Havre Bremen unnecessary. There is a cure for It. We are selling them too BOOMS* 'I"'

4 O. G. Robinion.1t Midi! a number of other ports. The Herblne.will speedily remedy; matters.C. y our price and term are cur. If yw

; R. J. PECK. vessel's' I cargo so far Is valued at $605.- A. Lindsay P. M.. Bronnon Fla. I i want" a good machine, let us tell row C t'"

58 making It the record cargo to go about the E E1.01
d J.. 3L'tanley. Vote for one. writes February 1%. 1902: "Having I (

For County Commissioner Fifth ouftf j Pensacola. tried Herblne. I find It a fine medicine OLIVKR. E

W. r. Shields. District NM only has the cargo alreadyrlejUed for constipation" W>c, bottle at Red I {
broken the record so far as Cross Pharmacy. 1 ii
Q i =
_ G. A. W. W N idell. E. G. TWEEDELL. | the, number of bales and valuation in I I II v 1' 0ws

WALTER WALDIN. concerned, but it is likely to be swelledto The sounds emitted by telegraph and ,

J. 8. Whitn a considerable amount before the big telephone wires have been a subject of : Sb
A machine shoo has been' added to
Vote for on.. steamer sails as the cotton scrowmen study by F. Bock, who claims to have ':, F

1 M F. Ze *r| For Member of Scboool BosrTl.:! First and ;'JaborE'1a are still at work loadingth made It possible to forecast lo'ail; weather -i our Inv 1 /5tabli"h.nent to satisfy the
d .. 1f.r
"r ir i class repair shop
District ; forgo, and the vessel! will take out conditions one or more'das ahead .
for, .M'TOMOBr C
and GAS EN-
th Information bf the public, --
r sot supplemental/ clearance papers before from the humming Observations ;
ELI SIMS arej i CINES: : ai'! that V--irru.ent U lli
anlmlty know the names of thetlal .ailing. which will increase the amountbptrobably made at 11 A. :M and 6 P. M. I "'
I'hanl' of ",1 1 ip"htaitt We are
I electors f the teverali F. A. GIBSON. ; $50,000 although it Is not I vl "
at jour servile +
i be voted for In Florida we I-------- ?nown definitely how murji/ morewill NKIKALGIA; PAINS, '
I lytk I
l.the ClaaslHed lists! l I J. T. 7IGLER. +o be loaded. I

g.DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. UViimatrnm !; and! >(insie i'al. ,
Vote for one. I (Manchester: Shipper, which has
t > ::. P. Baileyj yield to the penetrating Influence ofJallard's LOFTON G '
: For Member of School Board. SecondDistrict ttjit tonnage of %.54%, will carry a I EINIG.
J. E. Grady. Snow Liniment It pejetrate.to
II tots of 11.830 square bales of cotton, ; Successors, to Lotion a: Johnson. Opposite Post Office. Miami Fla. 4
T. A. Jenninpi the nerves and bone and being absorbed -
1 equal to nearly 23,000 of the roundbaJejt
.X B. Newton, E. W. J PARRISH.H. Into the blood. Its bealinbproperties : .
j and in addition already has --
: F. B. Btonejnan stored are conveyed to every part
8. MILLER. on board 46,000 superficial feet
REPUBLICAN ELECTORS. of the body, and effect some wonderfulcurve25
of i lumber and 150 hogshead of leaf
4, C. F. Bnffani W. .HARDEN. tobaep. SOc, and $1., at Red Cross Do You Intend To Build and

A. N. Cashman, ', Pharmacy.

Eta O. W. Holmes Vote for one. Of this amount Havre will receive :

ifs O. G. Roblnion.Q. For" Member of School Board Thlr4 4.000 tales of cotton valued a* 204,440, The snail's sense of smell baa been SAVE MONEY?

A. W. Wendell. District and 4&000 feet of lumber valued at
located In the horns by some obaervel'll.but ,
?,;SOCIALIST ELECTORS $900"; firemen, 8,500 square bales! of cotton -
W. M. BURDINE.C. 600 authorities quite as good bave regarded INFORM THE in whic all branches of the Building -
; E. B. Barker.X round bales of cotton and 150
this conclusion aa Incorrect M.
T den
E. Desk. bogsnlads of tobacco valued are reprexnteU. The
is F. YOUNGS. at $357- Yong who has been making experiments t
J. M, Stanley. 1)45; Jlevel. 600 square bales of cotton, members of this association cheer
to settle the matter nov. claimsto ContractorsAssociation
? 3. 8. Whitney,' Vote for one. vaJoe\i at $30,495; and Gothenl rc. 250 bave that the snail's fully will furnish plan, pecifica: i
proven nose
p 1C. F. least; For Justice of the Peace, SecondDistrict I Hqiiarej bales of. cotton valued at is districted over the entire body. lions and timateAddrc:>n .,


: A. P. Baskta I A. J. GOODE. The. '.cargo U by far the largest ever BEST NIMENT ON EARTH. Contractors Association, Y0$

c; D. L. (cKlnnon. to go put from the port of P lflcolLHI't'etQfore -- MIAMI. !FLORIDA

t f. R. Moore/ Vote for one. a number-of cargoes have Henry D Baldwin Supt City WaterWorks tea'

A. B. Putnam, I For Justice of the Peace Third 'been shipped which had "
l a valuation ipf Sbullnburg. Win., writes: 1

i W. T. Shlelda. 'I District. half .a. million dollars but none ever have tried many kinds of liniment butI o on __

the names of the morratlc -- -- rearhejl\ the six:: hundred ,
FRANK! IDNER. thousand have never received much benefit. until -
as they will| appear on the dollaKmark(. -Pensacola Journal.ThnrBdaj. !. I used Bollard's Snow Liniment for COOLEY & HORNERThe
I mod be sore to mark them right
Vote for one
d. ,
t A rheumatism and pain I think it the

4 i' I For Justice of the Peace Fourth \ '. November 17th .u. be hest liniment on earth" 2.>c., 50c, $1, j I Real Estate and Rental Agents

THE COUNTT nCKET.r DIstrict. one of the greatest days of tho SouthFlotlill at Rd Cross Pharmacy. I

z c. W PIERCE. Fair period. I 12th Street. : :: : ; : Opposite First National Bank.
tor one. -t i This date has been named by the Having abandoned the cruel itolicy of _

State Senator. | Vote for one. Fair 4S80clall as Tampa Lay, and exile the Czar might lean back and lookat I o 0 0 0 0 .._

For Justice of the Peace, Fifth naturally;)! every possible effort will; beexerft Colorado. It would show him the -' -- --- --
_.F. M. HUDSON ---
I, DIstrIct. | to make the programme of that terrible policy he recently! a >
tXor one. day tifwt attractive In every particular. ndon"d'I'

Representative e j! R. C.TASKER.' by reason of which every man. CURED CONSUMPTION; : I DOANE & RAU LERSON a aw

GRAHAM W. KINO.OR. ,Vote for one. 'otnir;} and child In the city should I boon > I

For Constable Third Dlstrie t the, fair grounds at some hour dur- Mrs B. W Evans Clearwater Kan, HEALERS

H. C HOOD. ing thl. day' and night. rites: "My husband lay' sick for three

W. E. GLENN i DAVID McCUNE. The it merchants and manufacturersof months. The doctors said tha he had see s'

-E--- I---- I Vote for one. tbVclty will be requested 10 close iiilck consumption We prcxurM 1 a bot-I Choice meats Live Best Meats.CM est Poultry.
i for one. Polite ."cotlon
their;places of business this In tie of Ballard Horehound and
For District. on day Syrup I and dressed poultry I I
County Judge. | Fourth F' i R.Tit. E .\ T1 t:: M T
order, that their employees may attendand : it cured him. That was six years ago I -- '--- --- -

X K. HEYSEjt. I. R. FUNK. |>*.rtlclpare In the festivities\ The Since then w> have always kept a bottle t fSaccs.ora fM

-Tt-' progfainme for this day will\ be a most In the bouse We cannot do with.out ,
l toe one. | Vote for one !. c; H V&lLEQSul; !' !h:
elabqr te one in particular. and it For and colds it
every coughs has i no
CO. vk ..
Qcrk of the Clkc zIt Coon. For Constable, Fifth DistrictL I : I every lone should work to make it a equal 25c SOc. $1, at Rl Cross Corner 13th St. and A\0. I) .._ 11.... !. 1995I

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; ; ,,'ral (;iilrlifisl hahi'ipi'l\ >.i-\i-ra! -mi, in tin' iii'iuliiiK uriondliet. : ; J.dl J .I""J.r.. $ i."""' to $:.'"""i'i' li''.. I, I, 4 the Air

crayon or u-rh| |rim ai'i'li--,;: ."h" tin- \ lareiul! -.tiiiIatiou)| Ia.itvtyght of all l .\ S Ij land & Co a.:gr'-re'; JITi.ntl ."'"'' in

TIlr"nloll" Florida1 oliil- at th"- .nnl' I U jits in 1 the tlnapclpl! di-trlct. 1 lini-\! It

Wofld B Fair. ll- i is MO\| .... UK! themz 'al.rr. deg l h; lay: ,'al'" alit: :ac::n' gate 1) t'/ MiKir-: $1 I Nx1' < te'!p! oil; R .OM-VI 11

;; up ''kith thousands rod| of a inatfolijrr .J; :;:4,7611; ut calls on K raun.r .n :X"-u YorkTliiniifll \ 1 1t

Klvinx: valuable: luf .riiiaiion .: tram in to !S to 1" to J'l"'t> ri the ii Iluchatian. SI"x1 i to IT"/' :' j An ounce of I'fl'\ ention. you know is \\ onl a

1 r ;:!- about the cultivation of pivapp;'!'''''. the. \u; lurk Amt-nran. The .ill Ro swell In New: York J y'', aq t1 pound nf cure, and if (you are a man of prudent ''
cot t fand pj-fifitomf the IIUMIU--. .'".llh. tea 1 in both the Wall stnis and hotels Fred H Uronk+. $2'"lo i to U.; on

't"t desirability! of 1'unta Ciiirda aa loraTheM ,, .(.,'11'1"'ts. a.'ordiiic to > fiii.\ati\(s | llerrickr( :f'1 judgment: you \\ ill provide yourself with clothing
fnlriers will be d --'1 ihl1t..1 l bitters, A. Kammire. $t'xN' to t''xal> mi of
tloll. [ltuufJfhan'liinK 'a.h for certainly lu-a\ ier weight and take no chance of catchinga
frt1 and are Mir to aura> t ettontinnto far rxufd S7 Saul. t' erday's !lKl-f\clt fr 1

ibis lixalit Thousands ,)t them dds,! were K'-in'ral! 4 to 111oijR'wr, ..lt. (' Mulraliy. J'J.t"1' fn on RIKJM"eit ;a Fall colj trying to get a little longer wear out of

wilt aha lie de-trilnite l at the South. and I" to <> on Hnrru-K. VArtiiulationof I in :X-w \ ...1'1'! jour thin and seedy Summer suit. ;

gi\\, Flotilla Fair Irt Tampa. Cental GilcbrUt yesterday s recorded xagdrsn1'all, \V. C :N, ht- ;'.'ii sl to $:i.'iMi' on Her-
y' y ix doing all this at his oun ex- '"et 1 alone Kiven 1 a total ofIS'W.} : rick. :
r''Irl''lt."e are now displaying
9 re ni*, and he deerres great credit for Tin lar},....1 bet on the ptt<{tion made Sartorins k Co.$2i">" In Ji.mm on TlK pi.'I. .. | some particularly snappy
I'irlt.--I'unla lionU Itrraid.yn4 I in'/"s'/ ; t 1.1. \i".r.i .incl. h.i- Fall :styles for Men selected from the best
Bunbyil .
Hucbanan. -
g hisjMiblic tidier 4th. stands- & His's'r.Krcil t<" IXvi "I! I. i i.i. ,.jij>,-.. !.I t.'ll. productions .-
w rJ I 0! $:0W)0() on RoosevAt. against Si horn SIn In Jl,'""" oil RIM'aetelt Lu k .t'; t v 'C "i'it Ii -f<.ri: of Schloss Bros. & Co. the Fine Clothes

Solicitor \V. J. Bryan will po f.IKoOllared: by Williamsst & Squire thty' oils .' :".. ..e !'rkal"ter':
after those this year who here ob ,ura ustomfr.. .-i r I s \V. A. Titus. $1."'"' to JSiM ,,n Her- Makers 1 whose celebrated 1 ready-to-wear clothing I
a tallied State and county lircraes on "Fred" Brooks, a betiljg nimmissioner. .. I has rajsed the standard in Men's apparel. <

"wz a smaller quantity of merchandise I said last night ,.that Senator I rirk.R.. S. ;Mi-niWs. Jr. $1.0 to tTi>o) on !, -. ;

tkaa U actually carried In to--k. Merchants Patrick Mrf'arren; Mal rvrii him a I IcomniiKsion I! Herri k i
Y H.iiOO\ to 1300; on You \\ ill ;i' 'I' ; and: grace in cut quality in fabric and honest workmanship in the'
around :Xi-wlM-ref-r. f
? who have bees boasting to bet $.I./MMI< to $StUuai that \V. II

town of their mammoth atccks of Parker will carry New; (Orl: State Roohet cit I making ;ants trt these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes, and

e rood and who rut down the valuation against: Roosevelt and also to tet any Curb Market bet $10./\11 to $5: you have e.xclusiven'-ss. Take these points altogether and yogi have a foundation
F about 75 cent for license purposes, Roosevelt.
per ,part of iniit"Hi at the same oddi on the 1
ka4 better look out for Bryan. for he same proposition. t, I -.--- for the fame t f superiority enjoyed by

IB loin to be after them with a big: Among yesterday's : "rint Items COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The .

Mkk. About thirty licensee have been are: Charles H. Manban.Inst.. ; Schloss Hr. -' Tailored
Z, Jwnied at the County Treamirer's office commissioners ire still nothing.
1 $l3o; ( ) on Roosevelt In Nevt'Yor. State; ; county
le time the 18th, the date net by the though the l-uslnesa
Allen MrGray ft Co., twoets of U.OOOI In session today I
Solicitor for the final day of grace.VrBryaa : I I ttil and the''board will probably be finished -
with Br.rg before
against $500 each
r.. stays though that he til not 10-<, I when the com- The Price Range
Pomroy Brothers Ropfttvelf H. O. I up this afternoon a
.- goifcg to present any of theme. I ut that 1 Hemmings. $10,000 one Roosevelt I mlslsoners will! put the tickets and registration $ J 2.QQ :
Starts at
v4 he 'it going to Kin special attentionto against: j,500 with T. H.'jborey; H. O. lists In the ballot boxes to be
who have given In a false ap
those Hemming $SOO on Huns against delivered to the various precincts for .
praisement of their stock of merchandise l
He"baa! its eyes on serenl, large $1.0410 on Herrick: B. lt| Buchannan. the general and State election next I' "DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT OVER.-

$1.ltI 0 even on Roosevelt Nc* York I I Tuesday. I
wholesale house, and something Is
State; John J. Judge Post. t Co., and Yesterday afternoon the board
liable to drop at any time. U would t
llolzman & Co., numerous $IGO $500 awarded the contract for building a
t be ,interesting to compare the estimates and $1,000 bets with I'rh'.le'cu..to.lmE'n.. rock road across the peninsular at
+ of their Block Used for advertising!: pur- R. W.
rtGti with the I The HiutJatln:: ;; o: thr ei--!: I!.y bn !'':1' "-I' Captain George Baker. RHODE
by these merchant: I
tF, firuVes poses given by them' at the. licensewindow.Jacksonville constant, seldom uttalnhig a stable I!I of that place. This road Is\ to be ale,'

Sun. -landard' even for a lay. ibn| Jrly! lath:: i I three-quarters of a mile In length and

: lip odds on Roosevelt! .#'re li" to 7, the contract for 1U eonitroct'.cn was.wfirtd IYll ice

"' Alachna C merchants-and cottiin crowerstive .ui'l bet at :2: to 1 mere-, rumored: byl I by Captain Baker on a bid of I ::. .:.: f ; J ar a",w 12th S trees.
.. .
,,,... I cubic yard. There were sevtral -
enjoyed fo far a most pros- 'li," cpi-oinl! !; in August oil.Is hadsh'ft'il $1.95 per Miami, Florida.I .

pftum season from fie harvest and to 1" to f OB UooseVrlt: Otolieri \ 1 other bidders for the woik. ( I
'. I.PI at Il.imn\ : 95 ,was retoiled. Numerous other matters of minor 0 0Importan..e
t mat kM ne of (11.! -> -c, T1"- three -i! 'tII:1"[ 'mon'o
fi ci 1 at char p1n' '" >"\VP i.. "n 1 K |".ton bill the prevailing' todds were 10to I and of routine nature a'so

f Etafttly engaged durinc: the season, es- 7. They have since jjfjye to !5 to 1 were transacted by the board.1i I An ettort has been male by A. VoolIer 1.

( to pjitiiu.e: ay <>itvtr: i-sistanie I 'w I. % i

: uat4ial thai I to a.. Iw grad! "tel to d- : : : #-t
I 1--- So eUf $ de-
YI'I.IIt'Il'arJIlIr"\) } I ar\liiK ""I' a con.raLlf .
I peal II the say i prt-
... rtii.,,o H" 'uses a nil\,ture of'I .
strpea (.usYM lees Rlt4. ,
ice: gran s'aed' ui.itifphtnis' rarbon.: a'
,'9 I I + + +
jihii"; | ui. I M ..u-i:" s..in,! this 1Ii is .
The'Suit :' ,I! !Mi oJ I !laio'ftii -!/..-ii'ri ..ilatlon.ea. Bar place every '
rdbnu h Mr prtscrfetini
h class being a lju.ilf.-1 (II.i '!tier byi
lIaB : : : : :
f, I i rliantliv fie ITOJ.O'' ti.ms of ziapbite !

ami situates the a.! !non of ,rahile:; ': -

ir.rrea.-mji the ffiulin-nvit I ; alai: that of ,
i 1 -ilif-aifs lessnnleg! It. The material Io Try our
? I re CROSS ,,
y. wto: lie thus aiUtiiifil! to the degree of heat C1IAPE WNCH THIS WEEK.

The New Drinl. _

: ; llPnr> IrviPR, I M about + +
.; You P'J' '. 1:.."
:n--- ho appear in Sumlix laii-l. snit his visit E. L. Sordine.

< .r looking will b.- of e<-inl 'lutiTi'st. for it was will Jiltit.. President. Claret. PjochWe

there on Rejiienibrr. "'.'. IS'fi.; ,thai he

made, Us fir-t apnarinon| a'iv *laKp.Ciirionslj JIIEi'
l er"'it'h. III >1"- nf n nn"rouinviuviniK ty
he has r*"'. r ri'> ;isitf. >
for town that Miiiii',,,,,.,! l"i debut *o many target' ofI :; '

y years ago IiU t'\\ ,

i We're Positive ii i I IIO\Iltllt ir.Lrdl:and ll)KA8S. baFr 7

f .
I Ilan I. 'it .I I.rtiin i
$ 't % 4 1

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---A t'' We've Suits You Can Put Ri>ti nt On our.! Tlnri.M r.ill from)I.Ittcrn-; the! l, mill.II'irt '- \T '

; k I I The f and :Ire \. tlit i itortii I. Bread. r
of j '
dear away, and b-1 proud yourjSppearance. y -.l i Fa ,' t" v
*> :J. feelini! fitttd will he your experi ee, if you get int > in j Rein rt.t nt- \\' i-
r i llftVttill. llV'flc: 111']
|\r it) OIK- |p' 'ii'l l ]1';ti k-
a.I: ,>I.1' lice u''I'term'
|Is made under hi-althr: cnnd'tioua.
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I \\'.. do all mixing by th,' la'est n.a-
We Shewing the \ 1 '.,It- I" i.uliBatistes 1 I
_ are 1':1'1 I'-i..... I I rhinery pat"'t.IcJ. '

r ; New Brown Mixtures. : 17..i... :LO... ..P

In single or double-breasted styles, narrow mllar' .. alldi I I Of our I lion emije fir us' for yourI '
< \ .1 \Vili.i" iii '!soli' ,, ,
halld..lIllll'ltud"H. tll I hfjith; Tt'! whv i on' B'.oiild! try It.
: .hin'
yk 1 11-formed shoulders, ill'--'ii. "r !
lapel, .
aid \\'alI.. w.t.. :1. roil I ;j The kind th.1ll"! pr'-f' rrd I by people
l )I irmii '... 4'.t 1t 1- 1 for nIl'* unto:.
Are) Swell. I th, I
They 1. ((1C )"l.U'kil';; I. t r I
i.ii' :Iri'ini I I
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4 nt / I | (i 'n T1 ell-f \VE '{>ELlVER.TO. ANY PART OF THE CITY. ''
and mixed fabricllow -;. .
t line of bWs blacks --
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.it.IOn'n' I 'I''n \\ III) 'n.- 'hc' JOHN SEYBOLD.
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Come t 1 0' r'J'1
to 'alip'aWlil'; ft ''intU.> ;::1! 1 a
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t get "U r 1iit} 'li. i AwT I 11 <. 'ii -. j i.I. 1 1t r '! Miami. : : : : : Florida
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JOHN SEWEll I & BROe ._- -- .
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Miami i to. .: : ,\ >neC. ,
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