The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 11, 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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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tiHE i DAILlf L Y


The Only Paper in Southeast Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches


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I Vol.IjftV. 284 SUM II(Ml*lW)Wot t.*. Its, MI. FLORIDA.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER () '. 1904. :::: ::"' Price 5 Cents r

JUDGE PARLERSPES i', and;past Jvherevei effective and begin it may aui/ation.this!>e day needed to build And a broad tip wi! s0 O ADVANCE HAS BEEN MADE ;; I MISS HELEN WAS MARRIED PHIPPS IN LONDON: IS ARE AfTER

through Her Husband it One of the Wealthiest '
must by constant learning!
: the press and from the iilatform. apprise ; i Men of This Age of Money.
5 TRU the eople of the way the" vicious
H tariff circles work. I I Ii I Of more than usual I interest was the

We must bring home to them a1" i si:j : marriage of Bradley: Martin Jr. and i tr
other than election<< time the fact tha I 1:1: ; : :Miss Helen I'hipps. daughter of Henry

[ moneys contributed to the Rl'publll'ad ossian Emperor is Still Holding Out-Japs Want Russians to I'ftipps./ the Pittsburg millionaire. Fet I I '
la families have attracted more attention I Colony On Its Way to Locate and
Whe rarty by th: trust is: not only I
Says the Time Will Come money but it is ;siren that the:*. trust !Evacuate Manchuria, That ;is All-Will Agree to Remove Her from their lavish entertainments than '

1: the Peopl Will Turn. 1 may, without hindrances, take a much'arger -- Troops Also-Queen Alexandria is Endeavoring to ;:Bring the they Bradley lived in Martins.West Twentieth For.mavv street years !' Farm Extensively.

;.: 1 I It sum from the people. j i. !

In the presence of a defeat tha f. About a Settlement by Appealing to the Emperor. New York, wheher had two houses :H I -
\'Ibltloni thrown Into one A ball rlvn there
would take away all personal : '
t .,a' ; 1 I I ILondon. I 111 1 th.' 'u<* >il of IXSJ caused lllUth I
i iT otherwise it ._ !
were It true that possess?. : ro .HAVE 67.ooo
a'TO PARK i ii '
ballroom ACRESJ
DEMOCRATIC ed ni.-I do not hesitate to say that|! I comment as a temporary was
in my ollniollthE' greatest moral que#:!,1 Nov. lIispatchet reedy i elated Press that he h i I mi !n'u s fpinii limit ai the rear i-f the house, and in I

I from Washington: conflrniing the Port Arthur this mon 1..00.an,1! oIi+I'.I, : .
I lion, which now confronts us, Is: Shalt!,S I il'I T i onler to do 'his! Mr. Martin was oMlgo \ 1I 1- Li
I that the Japanese Govern. lied the report that thRIISSI.II: narri I
be jjttaiement tI 1 to take\ out a fire insurance on Ihf
the trusts and corporations pr'enied i !
to controlor tintnt would entertain peace suggeslUcins 1, son was" to capitulate it was his opinIon i entire block The great wealth" of the And Will Grow Rice Cotton, Tobacco,
Which I. J from contributing: money ,
For Relief From tha Octopus '' from President Roosevelt or King that the Russian afris'JIl:: would I family conies from the late Isaac Sher
II to aid in controlling elections? Ij Silk.
Pineapples and Other Articles
j Sapping The N tlon' Wealtt1-H; j Such service as I can render In tha.}i Edward, have created Interest here. 'I''I'i hold out to the last thui co'iiptllm man. Mrs :Martin's father, who died : t

People It': direction will be gladly:'31 Japanese Minister Hayasbi said loiay'that the Japanese to fight for ytrery Inch of !n-any years ago and from whom she, Especially Suited to the Climate-
be Ready'Fo' other
f, Urges The to ] or any I
'I rendered he 11'IIe\"e.lthat after the fall ground they gained. j : '- ">_!;' :!hM.!! 1 ir.horiii.t! ".;!lH,>r.*. !I'r Fifty Families Coming.

That Time. fet of Port Arthur Japan would be [will- mother, Mm.KT"n'ln. died about a
And I beg the co-operation as a "
low-worker of every Democrat In the Iftfe,, to treat for peace on, no hlgberst'ntlal WILL NOT ENTERTAIN: year ago In Sco.....td, where she went -

country! _' basis thAn that Russia ev'ac1g'te PUNISHMENT OF OFFICERS. to Join her daughter after the demoll, :

Alton B. Parker i i' Manchuria and keep the original c I Lion of her house In West Twentieth' San Francisco, Nov 11-Fire Japanese

Judge Parker has f given out an ope The telegraph office at Rosemou Edge that country made to the pow. St. Petersburg: Holds Out Against, Lord street which was next that of Mrs the advance guard of forty or

letter addressed "to the Democri cy ol Lodge has been dismantled. Judge I i, the breaking of which brought on Lansdowne. ;; Martin. fifty families,1 arrived In pun here 1
:' the nation. in which he thanks hoe
: In charge of his jcami wor and are not definitely made but that I' Id that Japan would also agree ,toke Petersburg NOT. IL-j-Tho i iSt. 8L Pe- Mr. M. L. Botsford. who was here Florida where a tract of land of alxt"o'seYen
from Manchuria: thus last winter and bu spent the summer thousand baa been
would soon her troops acres secured
declared: that the] people he will soon be in harness again. It tersburg papers in discussing: the question -
the ariff-fed trust Are isuring'the open door to China which of the at Asheville N. C., has returned and for their use.
realize that i I. generally believed here that he will of the settlement dispute
, ; absorbing the wealth of the nationucmfe engage In the practice of law In New ;Jas the Intention of the early agree- between this countr yang England on Is located at Mrs. Dr. Huddleston's on This colony; will he composed principally .. #

He said that .hea.fbat uxo Uu fork forming a partnership with some ent of the powers. the North Sea Incident utterly; Ignore Avenue C. of farmers and Dade county,

l: people will turn tojthe Democratic: party well established law firm. great difficulties however are Lord Landowners suggestion regardIng Florida. has been selected as that best

for relief. In tills letter Jug Parrker tho way of a settlement on this ba; Russo-Japanese arbitration.;I They fitted for the ''erops: they Intend cultlYaUng

be rhallnever neck nomination the opposition of Emperor more concerned bin utter- which (!will be silk: cotton to '
says appear over
for public office. The li !ter follows to a settlement' of any kind ances: regarding the punishment of the bacco: and pineapples. wIn

: WORK TO BEGIN this stage of the war as he still hast naval officers who were responsible for -j conversation' with a representative -

JON confidence that victory wll| uitltely the killing of the British flsheimen by of the Associated Press today ,

perch on the Russian arms, ARE INSTITUTED these Japanese men say they Intendto
This regardas
N. t-. Nov- 9'-r? the the naval squadron.
Kingston *" oonrt, the Russians are unwilling to declaring It to bo time to proceed at once to Florida and makea
Democracy of the atlon: STEEL BRIDGEThe I premature
| ire up their prestige in the Far East talk of their punishment when the International personal survey of the soil, climate

Our thanks area iu to the members '!The Asp ..ted Press learns that commission: establishes the and agricultural possibilities and as r

of the national ccm.wittee and to the ut't'1 .Alexandria has been in I con. of the offenders. soon as the proper arrangements have .
executive committee ir charge |>f the i oiniiiunication for the las few G. W. M.. Williams Wants More Attor been made the rest of the colony will /. i

campaign for most unselfish capable a with the Dowager' Empress I ofussla l follow. a
: ? All that New Residence Division Divson of i!d LITTLE ACTIVITY AT FRONT ney's Fees, and Claims Dam-
and brilliant parservice I as well as with the Emperorpms4'lf. !
it was possible fo| men to do tht y did Riverside To Be Opened up Before ,I This is interpreted as .*Inghopeful I BETWEEN THE TWO I ARMIES ages from Three Parties CRUISER COLUMBIA AGROUND *

but our difficulty was beyond the reach January First ;/' it, sign that the Russian! Govfnnirnt I ,: FLOATED WITHOUT DAMAGE.

of party manger|. I wrtl entertain the peace pro-i,i Mukden, Nov 11.-At Ithe Russian -

,, 1 am alnio: .;tetctal to 'Jiei.l|. and i1 ,. (>sals, and n-- ultimately lead to the tight center the Russian ;[batteries be- Washington} D. C.Nov. 11.-The Navy < a
'. way to extend m. 1 the Japanese trenches'sand Department received Information' xtoday
wish In this genera laullshw i : the modus 'Y1Jlendl'l'I can shelling Mr. G. W. SI. Williams has entered I '
workers it- well s the i the responded. Otherwise that tha cruiser Columbia which r'
thanks to the dough it may nc t be in Japanese ,
suit against Joseph for <).fMi
of ChM'Bnooea.Ten ; Zapf $10rt
,rank and flic, all|>ve? the, coun: ,ry. 1 W D darken: .. future. ,' i, there has been little activity in I, went aground, Pensacola harbor yesterday
) know how hard they struggled gain" u,, arrived this morning' for the Baron Hayasbt(I' Mated to the lAssobHAIRMA.N : ether quarters. !i on acuunt ol unpaid attorneys fees had been floated without dam-. ,

o"erwbelmlng'Jilt'. and I only "lsh'l I purpose of superintending the con, I\ s' i ____ -- ,I He is i represented. by 0,;<., A. "'orlt') as-

: could take each qne by the ha :d t and struction of the new steel bridge : TAGGART WILL I II L i EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPHCONGRATULATES I us attorney

r thanK him.Deeply I I I which Is to span the Miami river at j jI' NOT RESIGN HIS POSITION. OOSEVELT He has also itiMituted suit against Assignment Ma4s in Boston.
as I rgretted leaving the I I I I I Boston Nov. 11.-The Federal

i bench at the ting* of It in th j1: presence the west" end of Twelfth street. ;:aNew< York. Nov-11.-ThoinnJ I Tag-j Washington, Nov. li.-PresidentItoosevelt I Joseph Zapf Oscar Sew all and R. H Stock and Grain;, Brokerage concern to

of overw hell; ling defeat. I do not Much of the material Is on 'the' art! chairman of the National Demo- today 'recededa,, cablegramfrom S.>'niour In which he charg ihem with sixty offices various citUs of

lament IL 1 thoi gh it was m j I duty.that ground and the steel' tubing and cci-' i ratlc Committee, has no Ide-i |of reIgning i Emperor Francis Joseph, of Ans '1 with conspiracy. and fixing damages at ihe countr) -assigned today forth} benefit -

In the light of mjj present Infor nation t meat Is expected by every 'incoming' his position. I aria congratulating him
, I am now even more confident I { : Asked about the o\erwhelming\ cl..1 in the election of Tuesday.ROOSEVELT'S I II Mr Sijmour npresnte rapt In T
nomijffice rr iht.. While waiting! on I the arrivalof I I FLORIDA'S FRUITS ARE THE'FINEST :
seek s ; !
did right I shall never, | \ <> .' fat of the Democratic, party he sayshas
j the notion for liislinrment -
I agauibtVI1 :
hound !
will build IN THE LAND.
thall to"f Clarkson a
.. nation for public but I this Mr. e no excuse'tu',' offer. Neither does REPLY 10EMPEROR

: the best of my ataty; serve th I party for storing the cement and haie'all ill" e think that this Is the time to I con- ( WILLIAM. hams and :lussuits are brought u.a ,I

!"f that has honored l1e, and throdBh the readiness to push the work,, ns: soon Ider candidates, < 6r policy for th{ cam. result of 1 this case which waj decided There Is something very l't'Culiar
r said Berlin Nov 11.-Tlio Merlin papers against Mr Williams to tho extent I and lery in-KJh: in Florida's fa\'or. Her
from now.
serve my of four i
I : party 1'rntry.Demacra: as Ihe other material arrives : all gy's Mission. =No man no policy, no platform couldstopped I ".MH! > print President RIK S The Converse l Bridge: Company, rah'I teti of congratulations hack !! ception. are the sweetest In the uorld.HOT r
the Zauf.
,1.1111 belonging to
Roosevelt's c;{'clone.Cither ;ily to Emperor's gram
in f iture a
The party has the near, have the cunlr''t are to have that nor I. the th .nk I I oranges (beat the world" In flavorand
follows: : you
expected and neither : as (j"I
:;" great mission. ,B|fore long,the fed 'peopletrusts I done b>' January first and they i. has party ever had, the like of It. There must heartily and appr ciatto the I TREASURER IN VAULT I the sapii' may be said of herM
: will realize tha the put on a large force of men ,and com| regrets or the illest: your kind persona! telegram of IN PLACE OF TREASURE. [ 'arhes. her :jpinenpples, and her banir.is -
comb! atlllDK are a'.i! *>rblngitlon. earlieV that date if i nothing but general *. j
; and illegal pleie the job than Goad Will.' I II I -- : when they reach maturity. Her
,fiat of our candidate I I
lhe-wealth of the| jiossible. i f Arizona Turns Up With a Case of watermelons I [ cantaloupes occupy

Then they *i wish to th nw offthe The bridge:: Is to l he Hiirty_ feet with --- t Everything in WestVirginua.I I County Treasurer Robbed. the lop plar.f In the markets and the

these leeches, bl Republican: party with sulks on both sides and a line+ ARYLAND STILL CLOSE P"rkl'r"IJUrg.a,, 4ov. 11.-Democrats I : same may lie said of her vegetables.Her i

't' will not aid |Lem to do .it, for Its heavy steel draw. The bridge will 1111| BUT LOOKS LIKE TEDDY. now concede evorvlhlni;: in West I Prescott, Arl/: =No11-James 11 I II nearness to the Atlantic, pad Rulfmay

e'ad'rs'appr'ClaTf too wl'llthe uses to one of the best in the State Imllt snli, Virginia to the Republir ns. InHiidmpIve Storm; treasurer of this county, has account'for'! it. Her fish and oysHrsliive '
of the truh's can naltimore. Md. No*. It.-The official I I II
which the moneys enough to be user ai ( th4
: sluuiially tj ConKressment' and, the legislatureThe been found locked\ in the stivlault always liorne! off honors.
'" be put in political campaigns. I tt I'ben electric car line to cross wh n th< I minting of the ballots of thin count' only dispute l.s In the size of the I I of his office l boon 1 and Banned; with The best bananas the editor of this pa-

t \\ that tim> conies, and rome I It time arives for such an innovation, ml State was continued today and will 'imjority for Paw<>I1 for (I:O\'ruor. The 'l.".,000 mussing from the cash funds of I I ,IMT has! enjoyed In many a duty was abunch
the people.I turn to th Democratic the I lotsVi l>e completed before next :'Ionda)'. :
will This bridge will put all Republicans claim It will l>e :: n an0. the treasury. gathered from a plant In'hol\
party torfrellef, and tl .*) party the other side of the river In lieu far Roo evelt"s plurality) keeps, while the Democrats sny!5ltoo. Sir, Storm had been In the \ault sixteen own >anl., Yhe flaMir ants delicious '
should be rt'llely..rt-acly with a i organization of improvements* and the many ,tot one hundred ahead but Indi I hours when fiund by h.-i daughter. and exn'lledjthe Imported \varieties(
citizens coveringeveryelection .. .that one Democratic el<'C.
of patricjUc have already purchased lots over Whj The Cotton Market. He says that about 5 unlock yesterday (>< ala lianner.HEARST ,
district,'I"who arc ,,willing it will l hfOIIIt' has been chosen. : I
nil! build and SOOM iu New<: York; Nov. 11.-Futures opened afternoon, while seated, in his

to work for the Io.te ot he f'mse-an of the choicest residence 'i Colorado all Republican.DenvW today with November 9'5: December, office, two men entered the door with ON REORGANIZATION.
uj ported by i many I
II'Hi organization officers the city. j j t Colo. Nov. 11.-Th Demo- !91 January 9!>O; F bnia.-j. 9J : handkerchiefs tied over ,their faces 'I l --

town city coun o y' and State I The owners Messrs. J. H. Tatum ty, rats now\concede the election of three I IlepublicartyCongressmen :March, KHM' ; April lOoj; May, lain) : and presenting a revolver at hi* hai'! Knows Nothing of Proposed Meeting

as we are ableelect i in th mean Co., will pih in sew erase, water attiypave June 1009. 'I( ordered him to throw up his hands in New York. \ .
in C< loradoj)
time. : I the streets by the time the'bridg1!' }] I Storm complied and the tan mica New York] Nov. 11.-W, R. Hearst

We entered th s canvass wl h every is completed so that th't't'11I I 1; fl'>s.'d l the dixir of the office mid pn is "tvl l the following, statement tonight '

1 Northern. Weston! and Kastei n State, nothing in the way of the rapid dewyopment n cfnTERRof -V hired u string of baling wire, with with rouardito i the report that steps e
ave one. In Reiwbllcan control. of of "Riverside," which tney prp F hich I Ii.-y s.ure'y' liound hM rent andb.iniK were being ',Jlaken to organize a new i
pifrly a' large inny ae ctI.i
that home
gave to r' pose to make the ideal ; They forced a ban'IKerchitf party: '

offlce-holdera' regching Into ev -ry, pant- of the city. They are offering a fetij Into his mouth and pushed him Inside "1 have no knowledge of any meetIng t

*ipt. many of whim followed tin exam- more lots at exceptionally low prlril and Shot at Montgomery the vnult between Mr. Watson. Mr.: Dryaa
Sheriff. Gonst ter a Deputy
bers of .
.pIe!! st for theft" by the Ole for a short time, expecting to advan After gathering up 15,000 and lets and myself.i\ I think the Democratlo '

I the '' Ide't's' cabinet In Jevotlng the price a title lateron.CONSTITUTIONAL 'JI Send T t I rarely! ransacking the office for more : party will reorganize itself on a basis ;
slrvlces to the party. a ] and Governor Asked to roop I'
their time and money the men closed the door of the of true Democracy, eliminating Wall !

Forget'- Differences In the Past AMENDMENT!. \,, --- vault, locked It, and departed street influence that proved lit> disastrous

To accomplish: : much In tbU direction WERE ALL ADOPTED -- Storm was unable: to give any accurate In this campaign and I. as a

however, we. must forge I the dlf- indications'--:--- that all ti i I i Charleston W. Va., Nov. 11.\As a troops to IK In readiness but has advised description of the men loyal Democrat, will be very happyto
flcttltles of the|ivpast If an:1.: ne suspects The ConstltUtlQI1'" I result of the killing of a constable by the formation of a poss see that done. I am always ready
thj State
: his neighbor of treachery let amendments to approve' ., Jackson at Montgomery on Wednesday ,, .The Jacksons and their followers escaped Prof,P. H. Rolfs who is head of the to contribute my own service: and
If he voted on last Tuesday were I,
d. him not hint of his susplcloi L 'is quWi- and the subsequent capture I of th\, to the mountains.! Their hidIng government Institution for study of those of my| papers to the Democracyfor :

1 knows he has deserted us let 'him not Already however there some ,., 'own ,by four brothers of Jackson, at \fiace was surrounded during the night,, plant diseases Sllimi. Fla.. and his reorganization or any other put
force weakened : tion as to the legality of the way they
it tell U. Our { have been the voters and tbe he head of forty of their fnends. a bat it Is reported that [Jackson made brother F. M. Rolf, professor of biology pone If they ;shall be required."I .

by dlvlslons.|We have quarreled at were submitted be to submitted to the Supreme reign of terror exists there. I i' his\ 'rape and his friends are swearIng of the t'niversity of Florida were shall 'be glad to work with all loyal
If would matter will
3j times over non-essentials. The mayor being helpless appealed vengeance if he Is lynched withouta pleasant callers on Colonel and Sirs Democrats for the success of Democratic

" 'help the people! If we woul: furnish Solicitor Court.W. J. Bryan of Jackson|J-j 10 the sheriff who was shot and killed trial. The excitement Is Intense for Wilson Sunday. Professor P. H. Rolf principles, but I think the loyal
which they
h: n\orgmnlitW; through legal was also another man by the name miles about Montgomery an.I on account was here making examinations per. Democrats are quite capable of choosing
I that they are not. :
that has vale argues '
may be relieved of party ( \ if John Rolf by Ed Jackson.. The of expected trouble if Jackson Is tatting to his profession and he and their own leaders and I imagine
Abrams they aro.IO
grown V"corrupt that with It v tnists 11 gladly to will while be Major some time before the,,peoptf\ f JU -.aloons are all closed and the| Governor I I taken. I II !, his brother were the guests of ColonelF. this point will now be conceded by

.i'" enter Into psrtletshlp definitely about what effect theurendments has been asked to send troops to I| A reward of. ten thousand dollars! Is D. Waite at the Lemon company those who endeavpred to force leaders
know I
secure moneys for election purposes will tare. ,.he scene. The Governor ordered the offered for his nod/ alit a or dead. I while here.-Palmetto News." ;, upon .
must.forsetjth: differences of the I
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I k kindred whicl try in which the total income for a TICKER & GREEN
better section are all practices
the country.; Bat a little U |ai .( ,
b. tHe DAILYIIIA1I none at all. } must stand "or fall together." year for all pul'JIOBeI./ not as muchas

: o 'i In ,other words, this new fad advo was paid for tills pew In Grace [eat Retailers,
METROPOLIS. ,I.:1 rates the strenuous life and In an ex church. And by all purposes we mean '
.1 By a good sound majorityofce hf President Roosevelt rent and repair of [building, heating VEGETABLES.
P.Hlaa.4 rnw dar s pt Saaday.d people of Florida repudiated c. that a boy who I won't fight Is no good, I lighting and the salary of the pastor. Corner Avenue D and Third treeta yi mi. FlorIda 't
IA1Wl """ tions of the State Executive Cn r. it The Brutalitarian says if the boy woo't Many of the ministers throughout the
.11 k-f. IPTiEU! IN. j JIts.I IJ It tee and one _J, E. Wolfe, by ..t htthll| :, fichi, flog him within an f{inch of hii ..ountry would doubtless think theiu- I ,' I Ii
J i I bV. :M. Hollow'ay. nominee I the leather the bird selves lucky to be ghen charge of a 1--
II uM. r. MIaYiiet" atutwtlaa.d life: lay on or i Q ner Avenue B ani 11th Street.
.' .......... "" _- '.-. -.I -'- 11)<'mocratic |arlj for State uiefilien} until he begs for mercy acid is HIiIlK I Church with an absolutely assured Income r :' ,
la bt PoMoBce &t UUml.KloKlrter i' and l pjuitii| ; THE.
ondclwma Idea of public to, demonstrate his reformat by : of $1,50 a year. There arepreachers | i
1 I T ae-ant_ SonUern 1i..pa ubllibfl OB '''him in the office he was t'llIitj{1 J | toby /K< lug out and punching some other i In Floriija:! \ who would be I I G. A. MULLCR, Proprietor.

MS main laud 01 the CnltedSt ..,:. It tt e l right:; of nomination mi it mnt Aoiilh .' ..!1." i.rmlaal.Ae : principles' This shoulol' ( I.UpM* th'lII.inA' the faddists of IISxkch is new cult ito I one-third of Iis5'' .11., There are ,

> Tear b* Mall....... .......$..00 I i a uimncinc' lesson to Ixilters! aHi t||lnt Blil! iniisl hab('( one of the preachers who aini, to preach fur less I I IrOKWK1Y

toUoBths4IteM: ............ t.r..... iM I deptnvVntx hat t they will not, WiMolertai'il t ueetcM gentlemen that ,\er lieat aih than $5i"i-and 1 th-t. I don't get ItEqiTORIAL SAN CA1LQJ

Months.......... ;i....?. 12S 1 t)>' Florida IVnuK'racvXovk i : drag! or a woman.-Sa\ann New.s ,,

GM Week br Curler.,. .. i....... .10 11 : COMMENTS.
I:o t that! the ewlitm! is (.k ktnertbndy \.t' ?'1.'t"BRUTALITY" A | --4j I- Open all the year at tSOprr' day and!! !up
The Miami 1 Printing Company.. pet busy in another't I'! "+ N'I i I j The :Montgomery | Ad\'ertlsr says: TIlt I I tprcial; per".t..t"\;;\('"....mprd,1I
.:. Atnrtlslif|rate made I known Onr titan and devote tip nextour yehi ii III "When Jen.; (;rant *as asked why h.ut..d ., |I .PALM I HOUl<< | 1'e I.arir SAMIXE: KX>MS:
f application. building: up their town and siWe III. Th'uj.h Ih,' result was Kanst hintone \ for Hiuhanan. a n'm'K'ml.lu.1 a t L _i .Pit. i. < Lot,U.3 N .tmL'l'li't..

r TELEPHONE S 1-I 3R.dmCEr can lo mare III this line an,r.I' tb- fact stands out boldly! and that is II man whom lit. did. rot, I..IIOlu prefernce I . . . . . .

Y METROPOLIS BUILDING 1 lain better results to utirsvhuitcould I oIU that the Democratic liar y has this <> to Fremont, K 'i>ul>lii-an. his I> : ----
Twelfth'8treeLOppose 'ar been led by a man ahl would ...1.. .. .4'...... '
432 an3.;.34 i bo acMftl, in v't I niflcant reply was'Ikcause: : I do 11'j
Court {Mouse.al i politics and letting our hume*:F.t1.1 rather be right; than be P'1' lotf I : Judge Parker save up a high judicial
properly interests' sso; to ruin 1
Friday! November 1i,. 1904. J aliout Parker and R"nst'-\' .1",1..1 iiosltion to acc'pt the 1 Dl'u ()(''ratc! The Philadelphia. Record says:

the hundred and one other nomination! and in doing 10 put asidea "CleorRe the Third his obstinacy and ; BAY VIED
: I ml a salary of over $14,000 I year for blindness exit'tnlet' lIlousj.imK of lives
ll'' The Filipino remains af be alnajft: ilicians and KO to hustling forand ;
e' t t'l about six! )'el rs. U required a man and millions of English/ nil uev to ,
That's they
has been-nt>t In it. I Ib.l.01111') 00'1 i
: winner n' to do I that |I \ince himself that the American ,' *
that will land you. a ',
be whether 'I, His gold telegram to the St. Louis flies were not fit for self /ROVrnment.. "
f It now to en : time
Teddy 111.111 turn over a new leaf lu I ;r nmcntion vas another Alienee ofconsclealJoiLsnehS The RotihOielt administration! i is KII.'n'I'i .M. Proprietor \
Live life. t I ) of pure Ie and high I in; more lives mil I more money than i \
bill privat and execs or I IlI'betber. t t
of IN ENGLAND mural! courage. There are, \\"a regretto ; : .American colotil 's cost JonJandI'!
is '
herill! continue miles I IcUnlDg I
t few men I la American politic: maintain the j the Kilipinos; '
sar thtor.Ithat
negrpes and h'a lug insults I I"" I i 'I Next to Terminal Pier Oposlte RaIlroad'De .
or he Sl\lIh. A new fad has a iron up in r... Ynt. i wl.o would l have had the inliral courageto are not capable oft guerni0g them- ,'
upon the 1II'hlte people I. ; MIAMI: FLA.e .
,i I hence, we shall |probably hear i II send that telesrratn.Mis I selfes I I :
thin of .ola and'' .shortly in No\ York' its or-alsfft| anew I d'lul'lion) that he had request-; I II I i >>+.c z44.A+.g.M-t SVATP
While people'
other Southbn States ba ,1 b>.O-n prayy I |>ul>licali.>n that has niadHptarance ij 1 g! : eil!irstnicted, in fact-the National I The Houston IV..I it sa>'s: "If the i -- -. -
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lug for a lit le more rain hose of \11 under tit title. "The f ftarian Pfte: I."I' committee Lo accept no trust money trend of 1t"llIIhlil"adlsm 1 is dangerous '

amt and t. section ar wfillng, If ;; A Journal for the San ahStrong" ; is another instance, : True to Its name andjlirinclples. its Ithe influence 01 which wl'l not be-I to the safe y\\ "nuiil of the past '!
they have not already this do f so to lora! the journal I.* brutally> f*jnkl Ins upon the AmericanIn I' pie The evils of Repul lianlsin anot be1 f Hi* been enlarged
for a little Iisli of gr t necessity I' 1'.n' Southern
at the preseht tlm3. l In adKK-atins.its cause. "It : "la,*1ul1 : I fact, in his every act since' histame eradicated by ring I the Rtpiihli-l! [ e indallmodcracoarrai'cnce
9Fellotrs I lime," ;it says, "In hiM lIe of <1< first came l before thj people, he tan part In low! rr. The tfiidencles'etioiiKh 'r *.hire

W\O you neve saw have II humanitarianism that some t has shown couragj of a hi ;h order, anntegrityy of the time arcUnce pa.in! / to con-j: f beea icttslkti.

lire telling longiu-d protest were raised lnt l I It of purpose| never excelled by the conservatives and the laboring t/
dollar in y'ur, are
pow election.j he I prevalent ...sentimentally, |1. i public man, and )lowers sa speaker classes that inless the Repnlf.! (FORMERLY TilE "PIONEER, IIOTCL" ,.
how much 1ey won on the 1 J
U'. a predgminating pa I of nature, hire aobuuitlllt' an sUempt'tor- I and writer |hat place hia I name high !lican party and tbo trusts are deft -' E. A. FOR SELL. Proprietor, '
consolblale the forces e in the galaxy of American states ed situation will confront the) 1
anti up soon
end It I.
lie I Ule
for some people to a RATES FROM $2.00 uyI
nearly alwafa the fellow that has the make for manliness and t'Mthat .! men. I country fraught wn! peril no' only tut I!
Ism. If we are fools enougp ta &. wbe the prosperity of 11 Iieople. the tranquility -
'. least who pits It on the h?,a\"lt'lit. COSTLY Corner of Eleventh Street d Avenue B. I
1 use of the lash to die out gtt. tn'; A PEW. of xocletythe at d 1rentng the pro; ehs of
.. :A to all the sterling traits In an En Jw nation but to I Iconti 11".rty! itself MIAMI: FLORIDA.
If there lany s truth n the .tate- man's character! What ro.lr.l.I"h' A few days ago in Grace P-. hhhttt-.-.- er+ .-. I I .IC' I I I I .
went that,t ere were ed rational bal. 1II.a.1ld I I
r rhurch. New York, at auction The New York E Post .
says: - ----
Iota sent out with tlies name fordy ;
I } J for $1.550. The Boston Herald "And even If the so letting anil acceptance
the j from
must barr rome
crossed, I Farm
r' JacUonrillJ} None of the ballots boys In the Royal." are not .iiik..J'I ias of the Incident: "This particular of campaign Contribution* from Riparian Right Glheap

printed or pent oat from Miami IIU but 'birched:: In spite of the I.Ci'JUlt pew contained six seats, [so that the trusts could be truthfully\ denied the ;, -

far a. It cat} be aacertai4ied, bad any every public school man In the c ,& try transfer: was made on the pasts of $258 charge that the fat iaa been fried out I I have a big bar>r>ln In an improved place, right on the bay 17 miles

of the name. marked.I I IX11 I knows that the terms are Id<<1tffiai? per seat ,Sounds like quite, a snug of the protected manufacturers J could outh cf :M'aml! and tae r le below Cutler./ The farm consists of K acres
of The Bratalltarlan will ,at .least Mike' little sum and yet. reckoning money not be. As long a.i: 'Ithat has to be admitted 1 9 I of which art Improved, with a grove of 450 Avocado Pear trees 303 Mango
The Recotd has at ltat admitted It impossible for our friends to **W'' at it 1 per cent, this would only mean the worst has to be admitted.! trees from 1 to 3 years ckt. and a urga' variety; o? other frut. consistingof

that the Metjopofs II get ng a "little" these errors, for it win Iran kty?::felly the loss of :about $10 a year per seaL The President bad Ito recant his fort j limes, stmas" su *r apples sappa-dlllo' figs Pusslaa mulberries and A

telegraphic teport. Now It will send and consistently uphold flogging<.3un- But how those figures must make the mer views, and stand\ pat on he tariff '' nice flower Harden. A :Jur-rooa I....sa. and a two-f) f tV.lias ..

III "Jluoaq", representative around ler that name), whether with blrrf: orsane months of the, pastors and, trustees of as an Inducement to the protected two driven pumps a iorn/nnj an opcnwelL. Will sell exceedingly
we will trydind; .how him" that the or 'cat' or any other Inntrtr&ent": lome of the country; churches water Interests to stand on their cam- cheap. Write to the owner / ,

"Ilttle" regret I. thelar" u service u the mainstay of British editjon. SVe suppose, there are hundreds I yes pale checks. Till that can b* denied / 8. L. JEFFORDS.

1 a of the"Assaated Press ithe befit lea Var and sport, flesh-eating .:___thousands of churches in I the coun nothing: Is denied" I Cutler. Fla.

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f 100' Per tent can be Made.Per .

Pig; e,

I! .I O ,Ce j, ;. Guaranteed it in 6 Months i

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1 se1l21mor': Riverside is i three and one half blocks from' .theCourt

i elots'
I ew'ill (House and City Hall and 4 blocks from the '

i i and main business of the
> ; Post j
ii I 12th street runs directly through the center and' has

,. la I ti H more fine houses than any street in the I'' city.

It at $300 each in"RIVERSIDE" i .:
t I While we guarantee 10 cent!
r ": per
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we firmly; believe. 100 to 300 per '
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I cent can be made on these lots .

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I The liew] steel bridge across the Miami Rivtr will .

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i be completed by January 1st, the streets i in Rvier-'

I nd to purchasers of thesej25 j lots we will give a side ,till be paved and sewers and water pipes laid

WRITTEN GUARANTEE: : to sell within six Nowhere else in the city can desirable residence!

I yionths' from to day at ad |nce of 10 %:.. or to re- lots \yith I these conveniences, be bought for less

und the purchasers price toother with 10 % interest than tight hundred to one thousand dollars1If '...........

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you art a stranger in the city see us and..let.. prices on property ''which we handle, excl"f iV i ely.I We can rent you a furnished IIOUMtodaj; for sly month


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Information of Interest to.tjie Prospective Settler -
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Concerning Miami and the Southern .

Patterson' Jc J"Szs
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,j ATTORNEY- AT LAW I 1. ""-- I' I I fllstheSiaesl '

, J Will fnc_t la aU'coqru,Bute and Tt&anl aa In any section of the country.
;'pecdaI tacWcs..ror 1&a'IAIDCu4 III So 'IIWIY Inquiries are settler j far more so thin In most f fI
.:Lead TIUM. 4S Metropolis by prospective
I rasozzn. I Miami. FlaJ homeaeekers concerning conditloslating THE CITTB FUTURE. R al 1 Estate

I In this pan of the eounU iJamt possesses ,all modern coati t e I On h .
- 'p -1. 8XAOQ8. HiMIAMI. ., od the burden of correspondence a I of civilization U electrle llghta. jin'eslieeflt Earth
with Bed. CTDM rtwiBaxjstnw tiled thereby has become so heat _t.er works sewerage, telephone sys- : .. :...
; Offle free mall three --:-' I
Beetde14tJr cat we have attempted la the folio delivery
coracrAT* article to aummarlxe such talc two national banks, w- *'. .
ig : : I Here an Ofportiity within the reach of Everyone\ !
f ''
FLORIDA. lation a* le most Important, and '', etc. It huh roll* bes" :'IL'

."'J aswer the questions most trequeiitaked Ge"t's of native whit stone. It'll

D R. J. K. JACKS&H, IJL, It Is hoped by this means th [cally'the terminus of the Florida to make a.I

1 sample copy of the paper of who Coast Railway for though an ex-
onHOTEL g: indreds are sent out. will In mo ton of the road has recently been

. BrscAYN Bz.ocsAvz. ices serve the purpose Intended be tjt) penetrating [the farming lands Profitable Real Estate Investment f

MIAML FLORIDA. r than a personal letter. Specific I y.ftye miles south, this Is merely

.rmatloo may be obtained by writk er to the commerce of this city. -
, # ; of the real estate other tiro e are located the steamship dodYfthe :; ' ,- --
QR- W. B. RUSH, i any or ., _-rr.--_ : \ t' I
: hose advertisements appear In tb p t; 0. Steamship Company,
,i Office -Jtll.trfd i., 'Phone si.I and the best way to become U I jfose lines are operated to Key West .
jper : : : :
: : : :
Reyiderce,1tt19,9t :'". proin ( Havana, and to' Nassau. Immense Ii :r3 ffi : YL1L'll
conditions, I
illltr with local i11iIIfl: ; : 11.11
[ IfEE33 s=EIillJ '
I MIAMI.KIrjr. ndustrles and current jrffanres: etc., are I being projected i toii

r bile contemplating removing to th'etlon. >. pace with the vastly Increased

,: BACKUS, I Is through reading the Dal1 business Ithat must follow on ..

,; .A.n n'JOT; ,:: r the Weekly Metropolis the forms.t deepening of the harbor work on .

Plans, Specifications and Detaili Ma!e which will be i Kent to any addreit ..ch Is now actually progressing. An 'ia I
i for Finef the rate of 15.00 a year. 11.5 ft roprtatlO11 of 1300,000 hu been ee-
f hree months: the Weekly a large 1 from the Government for ht -

j OrricEl 1315, AVENUE p. 'age paper-being milled for SUM Improvements, and the Florid .
, t Coast Railroad Is also pledged to -: .. 1
I ear ..=-- -., ... f
nd like amount. Thus, $600,000 ; -. -
: : teogsxs"l THE= ClTYOJ' MIAMI. a I
pC OW being used for this purpose and The Johnson-Waddell Addition to Miami
: tyivSlaad::::=n"'lL1t11.i" Sprang out of the wilderness having reacbet".it elgt tI r. a moral certainty that further ap- I Irtattona IN 'I'LACLNG THIS SUBDIVISION OX THE MARKET WE HAVE MADE r.
the railroad I
veers ago, will bo secured until the THKJSTAHT'NQ PRICES VERY LOW-I05W: UP. TERMS TEN DOLLARS
'FZ TG :ER point April 15. 1S90. Prior to thi .
bra la la a condition commensurateIts I DOWN AND THE BALANCE ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK.
,.' time one store whose trade was principally .
Offlc Ko. 4U"1r! *. Fla., -- FU with the Indians,' and afe, + Importance from a eommer- LOTS 60x1:3: FEET. WITH FIFTY-FOOT STREETS AND TWELVE
DartMEarlxtrlBC .
"M along .. scattered families eking oct a piecesions geographlcal and strategical POOp ALLEYS.mHi3 |i
.r/Taus taa.t .- i livelihood by wrecking and thmannfetars dpoint-u Importance recognised PROPERTY 13 WITHIN TWO THOUSAND FEET Or THE BAT |
4----- ot coontle starch, ; PubUc men at the National Capital ANOJ WITHIN FIFTEEN MINUTES OF THE COURT HOUSE. ;!
i d by all who will study the location NOW AND REAP THB BENEFIT OF ADVAXCB IN -
C. 1)EOARMO, the only evidences of civilisation. Oi BUT V ALtJ:1jSEE : )
WALTER : ts port and Its relation to insult
_ -,. s Miami Incorporated
July SS, 1191. was
'I South American to
a.robiteoteI ll.ll.I' as a city tarnishing perhaps the onktnsance nothing of :the rut trade that McALLISTER-BECK
on record In which a fnlCedged ,
spring Into, existence upon the .
I! I Into existence without
J i I city came )1pleUon of the Panama canaL ; :R.ea1 Es1ate: &
J. building.Hours ... first having been a town. Threhundred
"'1 Room 4. Metropolis fglance At the i|map will show the
S"O"'rE: 4. KA.'rO 'I'1' E IL3 ZS7t321ami
voters are
Fla registered I
1 Miami
if 8 to 12. | I casual observer the possibilities ;
; -: to entitle any community to be ca1Iea lilt i holds for the Magic City. :: .. : : Florida.
that number constituting .
II. city less than : .
a town. At a meeting held.to / -- r
I 1 Attorney>> at:Law the purpose of Incorporation has one, Of the best public! I \ !

t --- I and ore-half months after the |Cntrain bola In tU State. embracing both I

4 i Fade I reached Miami. 344 votes wer eo- moa and high school courses T E''t' f
atijtli SlAte'ud
;1 Comn Will practice P rtle.U lar .entlo. to G.rporat n.. cast. The phenomenal growth of 1 bu.idlngs are large and well yen ,! '

.j; Menaatllj, Real"Es tiiw! and Probate y.... early period! has been suhtslnethroughout :tfd, and there'ill a competent con I! '
; Office U FnMcU Belt4IlIAI! FLa the eight years of, teachers. A Catholic convent la to i :
j city's history. erected this summer which wade j
lb .
't dall'er JShor..ri POPULATION. ETC. Instruction for both sexes !

;White\ Eagle; Miami has at present a resident pop.Halton re are also private schools, a mu- I ,I.

I of between 4.000 and 6,000. 1 conservatirv and art school, sctit ,. -
No W
(i Four Chairs.t Jitirr' the winter months this population every cdac,:'_onal need may be there is thus S saving of about f'00 I miles to the north, and accept the colt I:
:' Best Serrii : in the Cit f utiimmted by the addition of hun.e..a foiled. There" are about thirty an acre which is the cost of aheddtae I that Is part of the legacy of land TAij3YOU4

;: A. COLBY. J.. Propriety .:.- ul Vditora mostly ot the wealthiest schools In the county. further north. There are tan to twain* j i where these things ranb gNtra. I

3W Tw ,,: b Street. I classes who come to enjoy l very religious denomination Is thousand plants to the acre, and th ); Neither Is this a stork-raising country

Ideal climate a' 1 the finest fishing r'b resented, and 1 the following have fruit brings In the neighborhood et i j There Is a "no-fence law" which la a GOING
RelLabloGradukOctkiea.: the 'world. To accommodate dsome church buildlngr Pr' 'sby- from 50 cents a dozen for, Red ryas great boon to' the settler of limiter

i visitors there are rumerous botchand Episcopalian! Catholic, M' Kurrh. ish to 26 cents apiece for Porto Blcos I means, and there is very little 1m

w. C. M WNARD. boardlrg houses, principal M. E. Church, South and The percentage of plate fruiting d. rtock in the county. On the otb: j I
which Is the Hotel Royal Prim, an Immense ptistl ponds upon the care and !)ndgment e>. hand If It Is desired U engage In the TO BUILD'I

Aye.DI4eittoPod.O ee .1'1lLteht5 building C40 feet long 300 |l SOILS AND PRODUCTS. erclse In their culture, some growen j culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, TSj \\ :
Una leanUlj Eltledi: I wide and five stories high with aeeommodatlona baring succeeded In securing fruit> j rious tropical or semi-tropical fruits I
; Clocu.lelfterJ, t1 c for Soil guests, beside';: !.!I te principal Industry n this sect from 90 per cent of the plants In tbsi'pinerlea I' the growing of vegetables M. the sea j jJ I IlIOn
1 n Is the growing of fruits and win. so, we would like to Interest -
4 bies rotundas, dining rooms, j J of the year when all other party4f
of vegetables for the Northern marTomatoes Lands may be mirchased from $5 v In the grip of winter I }you In using the
C. CARROLL.. etc. ,It Is set In twenty acres |prop.cal t L.. form the country are
. I gardens, beautiful beyond descrlp ; the staple crop $10 an acre UP. depending on proxlm this section offers rleclded advantages I K
. The.Homeseekers* Agent My list or I tlon. There are several other hiitets, t there are large quantities of.other tty to roads and shipping point Ooo4 over any other -ortlon of th I Miami: Lime Stone

Clty and Countrl Property' cannot be I smaller than the Royal Palm to ); grown, such u tomatoes,, lands on rock road within I mile at UnltM States.

, beaten u to quality and price Coma '' sure; yet larger and with better plant. peppers, beans, etc. The Miami may be had for $50 an acre ansomewhat / I
lellllOnl'extends The walls of a building
and tee You may aar. money,' sad than Is usually found In towns | from about less than that;:'sum fo' lam
tober 1 to January 15, and the bulk NOT A SICK DAY SINCVJ I constructed of his stone
not immediately road. The
on a
future I twice the size. At this writing saint I
satisfaction.L the shipments are cent North fromvember areFire
other five-story hotel Is In process I quality of land farther away frog
.. r C. CARROLLNotary Pu lie erection. ; until May, although, there transportation facilities can of course "I was taken severely sick with: kid

, .nllllW Slff ILoaisyille The population. Is cosmopolitan, tng practically no dip ererce In the be purchased for I.... The land Is ue ney trouble 1 tried all sorts of medl- Proof.
214 AK.D.fccaC'WD State In the Union furnishing !!, seeds flay be I la" ed or vol-,- promising In appearance to throe at rii.es.:: none of hich relieved me. One !1

ery of representatives. An gathered: any day In the 5ar.. customed to the deep, j rich soils ot day I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters -

& Nashvil e el e quota slrable foreign element Is und1 getables are grown umisl1- on the other States, being rocky and sand and determined to try that. After i and practically everlasting fAtter .
: CLIMATE. tile lands, whhlch are free from yet results can be obtained from I taking a few doses I felt relieved, and I once up there Is no

Ra I road from personal l) bet and are composed of a kind of 'ar In excess of the returns reailzM I soon thereafter was entirely cured, and i expense of repairing or
I Writing The first cost la j,
I !. sections sick day Fines. painting.
after vlrltlng Ca'lfornla and other se from the more fertile of tb have not seen a Nt'lghi i
Fastest Time nj FinestSen V.V.t I Nuns where '('11 malic' conditions' ar are grown on pine lands, country. Fertilizer must be used bathe bors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism but little more than wood

considered at their best we can UDh | hlch are slightly higher than the returns more than Justify the ei Neuralgia Liver and Kidney while the' ) ;

ITO I I Itatlngly; say that Miami her the, Irles. and In the section very rocky pendlture Involved troubles and General Debility" This :' reconsidering

_. 't t [ perfect winter climate In the Unlte rock Is a peculiar coral formation People of energy and Industry an Is what B. F. Bass, of FremonN.. C.. Permanent Cost

All Points Nort"V States; Cold Is almost unknown till I a great deal of plant food heartily welcomed, and I the country'' : writes. Only 5
,: and Northwest.. [ j the slightest! frost betrg ve. / rare by'the fart that In many development being practically, Just begun repairing. J t..

I The warmth of summer Is &:.. I orange and other fruit trees are there ia room for all to reap tb- I I Stewart Elwani, White th- author pairing Is much less that '.1.

: Throoch I'ullnfan. Drawn g Resleep1 in I! by the cooling breezes from the A 1 1Ilantic. be seen bearing thriftily though benefits which must ensue u the r* U bout ending. lilt honeymoon in the, wood. The appearance: tt
"g-ca sd.-/i| omJacksonville and the highest i iI standing on a solid plate suit of such derelopmen'. Capital fird> much superior to other

: ; [to Birminjl I| recorded by the government I this rock. Being of a porous orneyrombed here most profitable investment whll- Slo-ias with a boar.hunt.PICRCC&HAROIC. materials M the '

:' eter during the summer months ,Is 9 I structure the roots| of labor Is In demand and well paid. Peo I -
Nashville EtfansvilleChZcaSt. sole': ,1 HEALTH. trees are enabled to 'penetrate It pie of moderate means who I come her Irchitectnral Possiblities ire i

Louis, fensacola. Mot The city ranks amjrg the first t draw ample sustenance from what and buy a small tract of land make I

..and New Orleans.. : 1 the United States In point tf nealt|'| appear to be a very unpromls- modest home set out trult trees and Unlimited.We .
l- There Is entire treedom rom :: ) source. This rock, by the way, while waiting for these: to come Intr i saw the stone to any 'I'Isize.

Fiiest Dining hr Senfce in Jhe and there are no "prevailing disease* a beautiful and durable building bearing engage In trucking, are, al We have turned
Those ailments which are common and the new court house most without exception, ucr.'>''u'
columns and planed moalaV
.ontL Eleganf free reclining ch irsrail all parts of the country seem to Jail u well aa several residences kud this success costa Itiii eflori tans .. lagsBroke ,;
: here robbed in part of their power the city built of this atone, arr In other pits of the 'c-.try. whll. .6V Pasrrr of
I stone for Babble
Route of the !1ati'ors Ci. .- "Q .. they m tally appear In a mild, foi : admired by all visitors. U also the r"mailr! conditions rtn ''
Flo-ida' Limited. Be 'sue yticke .Ir and rare.y leave the bad efectslrhl : the finest road material In the rwslbl every day Ir the year Sidewalks aaf A Nev 1 j
:.read via fun!L, &informa.ion N. For ra I'+ follow. the wake of like dlseasjielsewhere. and Dade county leads til oth with 'b. tealth benefits n' such a' I Lime always oa ..... "

cucdnle and 8cM'lef Yer and :dlpjitherla In the State In mileage and con- open +'r llf thrown In.j AI.m' ;
a.a w:
u or | I are unknown while typh c .of her highways.The time people who are tijoyln, healtl .. ,.., I
J. M. Fleming fever Is rarely heard of. It Is a d e4 i( fruits cultivated are chiefly and moderate success I In their pres...' '.... .. .

Ir P.rerzef 4 west Bar heatr'oeMi11L t..... I IJ..awasy : able place for those suffering t" -frult", oranges, and pineapples. abodes, had better star where they are L--:..=- :
I 4 .r. lung troubles, asthma catarrh -I mangoes, avocado 'petrs and There should be welKbirj reasons to la

similar diseases which.are pre are largely produced but being finance anyone to make a more ot sad .

= In colder climates. Many persons a to the country they thrive Importance. People who hare Bad ifferhit

1 To ill Ffiends>;l OrtuUcd 1 LaLor.W. acted with these IDa have come II little or no cultivation. Citrus fallcr elsewhere are. not l'y to 1M
.:.:. and hare been cured or greatiy: be* require from three to fire year very successful 11..... InaBlg ace are :
",* respectfully: regnest. that fitted. Of course, this Is not the e4 planting to produce fruit Plne- Industry are as nesentlal to good for

poet entering any IItoremake la every Instance. People die hens. which grow on a plant some tone here as la any other part of tbglobe. > ... .. .CronkhiteCo t
pofehaae kindly -- ,.,.
a you ; -
resembling the and which .
t' ey do everywhere.else No cactus ; acct .=
' ask the JbartL clerk to show you-bis' been discovered,where propagated! by setting slips' or if It Is desired to engage In genera" I .

Union are Immune from death aad dlwe .., bear fruit la 11 months after farming, la the raising of wheel eon
i Tit.b ,
f la this section oats, peaches, apples, ( at
: At the same time It Day be UD& they err tr grapee ,
clerks' .lItterut1oto'
b Retail t hIlT said thaVthe conditions la the open, there being BO .. other products ot the temperate" tone
. Protective. Assodatlott..... MiamiV to general beelttfnlness ,are aa fa9 'tJ' for protection from cold and one must east Us lot some hundreds ellI ARAM,. n..oJUDA. '
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Every How prison Convicts baa Telegraph its secret "tele The ,House That, pmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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graph.".for it was for It was not to be ; '

I ISfUST DEPAR1MEN [ graph" for it was not loibe' expected E Nunally's The, 860 a YourDruggist

I that cunning offenders could be long treatsYou CANDY ;!

.........OQ..... .... .... OOO.... .... .... ...'0' ... OGV confined) together even on the "sep- right E ? .
Q= -ri". erate cell" system without, discovering E 3j
Mr. boat
West to mh.s the Anna 1's I Is Pure.:

Nov. .J Icy, Monday en-nl. g, th'reas and when they reached i l'f'sla/ and. cation.a method Prisoners of secret"rap Inter'onumunl-their, messag This Is no Idle Phrase, __ BiscayneJ. _= = 3 :
the his they found the o : clingIng ,
at son
down j
a great eat of eXCltemen hatcheahlch had/d'tell rrolll es" to each (,other and experience has used to i i I please the ear ::::: j .
of Front 10 a
the oot
flab! wa \ket down at I w
street d upon In"esU aUon It was the ,1.,1'. and the son hd!. fig on to. shown; and that understand an attentivereive a ear communication may re-- but ftha.t we expect to I E -Dru 3.

and his the of the 111',11. The! was a :::: ... '
learned that :\Ir. Joe A sta tap! Ir stand for to the peopleof AI1\f.ourllrn- 3
the thus made through the thickest
los Ii all Cliemicaland
boat and was ==
naro.eseaped awatery too Ion .
nay bad : I
son It e.lr..Are (ta Is an oilredden crews pcraonal effects y i. lII'rriUIhrl'W prison wall. Dade County if honesty) : == This Store Co prejwr tlln'are. 3 ,
buoy over irked uft Thu raps correspond regularly with fair dealing and truthful has the m eslr. =
of this city and s occupation a beret E
I wherethe the !letters of the alphabet which is I i Our methods ;;
la t1shi g. Today he as returning the rot-h'rllt"n. to trill ce Is == are commended
i advertising appreciated SOLE
Ihe into MX
for purpose rows
with hi] da11 catch an I ,.h"n about I boat "lmk. A party go out Ins arranged :::: bv all reputable 3
the first besinnlni::! ; with "a" and the ENCY CAberncthy..
rl'l'k a" the I i E .
two mIl s .front the city !tpuff of wind olr.h for the as piIP-i"dan. 3
I to three and !I Ioo weather setttles.Mehin \ ; last beainmng and ending the series I ::::: ==
apset h1rt and his son ,
"t.Tht. ,
with : first rappi ng indicates '
hat l fathoms of wat r. The acct' 1'J1n : Iron Beds; i iUllUUUUU1U lUWUUU1UllUU1UW1U
Ig' he I.ours IIf I Curry. \\ hI se"J11: ('n emr the 1'0In alilt h the 1 letter is to .he WWWWllill1W1lli. 4i
occurred ,
dent aith found, one for first, two for second, i !I I
4 and 5. m.. a time wbl" 1 all the fish fined to his ruom for :!:il the hiibsequeii t given I Ii i i iI iI iI ii -o -
fever. /III I o'nll ; raps( I
Jng returning h me. It Is a d I a aotere ease-of ore I .A.lmira: Toga. "innnmnnor in-rhUT of

f all ftsherm n 10 keep In : Is n1l\ h illll'ru.1.. d I I t tTh" aKr I slight pause show 111tiuml.er ,I the ..IuiKiii'...- n.ivj. whose prowess asa
1rt'fare Just j of the letter in the row. At brat the I
tOUt i each other Q avert I { I :, ttuhliiiK man. 1..." uon wmld-wlde\ 1
friends! of Mrs. J S't Johnson ta"nu..t' lie Kepi in mill!nl, hut afteroiKT
such .. that apl't'ne.1 on ;; praise of late i-oim-s from an old ,.1. fcilj Groceries
will learn with regret of jhrr serious j a hit It! practice the put is eunieihiiil i J JI Ji
Monday The rescuer a f'Ir.: &'lIj.Dt..merrtt. I j star Nippon\ wurrio His nav '
illness. Mrs.! Johnson luts been conj j Li,led; t" dtspc'su' :: with nil consciousrelerence
but had h. b 1'n t0 minutes .. i lion is oC I In' !I...!,!, .mil' he ,.
fined to her bed F"vrnl day's! : with f.revs in it, Ihe Ulei.sag being ;I I
In reaching M I .Arosta all.1his | iranit I in <'\t'ry way (u lie a fearless,
Ja'fr I 1 really recei\cil. as in the Morse tekniiiliy .
son"he, would have f and only tan I i i calm :toil tireless tight r. I Thatire
hi ihe form of sym wls standing : I not pure and fresh ate dear
lifeless OfJl'S In tbi' wat r. Mr. Acos ,. I i i In his youth he and his fellow stu- '
Mr. V. A. Johnson opt nd tip his I lu .place i if let UTS. I 'at any price. We sell our goods at suchprices
"sihh have Thesek.re iuiuficiurod f fur uliv > .Academy''
ta he could. not I il nis lit the Japanese Natal
statt I g the Hit- In Russia the due is nut so much. In an to enable us to move- them
lon er. It :\1 r. Dew handsome n.I'lOre aUhr I the I Itrgc.k inctalio l bed inakiT- : weniKiisinined lo( attend an annualbaign.t. I
(' any eras I ;
itself in he nihilistic before they bare a chance to get old.
J. lie us
who the flr..l' tel Jefferson! \ ; I KKtem ,<,f the I'liiintrv and rte attained u .
Paul circular table
mf'rrhtJ SO.11 yeas 1 They hat at a
- I 1 of manipulating language with t ta IH-oial iiiC"'iint l lye I'urclia-iiix-: a

I I view, to ('''I\( t'alDlt'ul. This I is clear large;. <|uintit\j.; Thevsere.bias; | e
PaW Bleach Depart entNest from what hapiHMied retvutly in one :|,r ball \\atcr iji ntc III :Miami making 1 .1\ with a ball und l trained to thelevel !i I,

11 of the central prisons. Kurd bad gone ;.: another s.itlug-: fr"i-ht.; \\\ of their heads. The trigger was
I", ,''are' able l tivame th1'st' 1II'all" t.. sell\ tlit- I so arranged that It could l be touched i Pure and Fresh
I I roan 1 lo protest, not 0111.f! against; the .. i
lieu! for 1 ILnoncy.
tithe < > ( (runt H hidden source outside of the
quality of the rood supplied\ to tlprisoners j: I
ik-. to laKe and around the.W rves Ilia.1 Tull ; iul hall. That lime: Groceries
Palm Beach N< 10.-fir I banquet at bomu
I and! the protes was to tabtIm : : :
an'cturesgt 3 .ize
| < the beauty 1 ,
pi the day much to 3.45Othcr. the tin mould
iim banquet cannon
o'clock m. dur'l
this w |ting 5 scene..aborts I ''' at form, cf refusal to ,(perform Ihe ;;-\ h i t e cnuilticd !

has be<3i one of continuous rain.! Last ness of the proteotlfe law was usual Masks! en the'! men I lioiir called, j jtogether I I oed . !.tired 1 e\ery one at Ihe table Let Ut Proye This Statement

about 7 o clot ', there was hose instance the, I but just \\ Il<'n. or In what direction it I ,
after breakfast. Somehow
evening or
well of aiis 1 fellow i To Yon.
brief and! passed, deserves would t .- !, Of :
an unexpected shower very and ifajjsi."nt. other the Governor obiaineil I the message I \yliiu- and colors] > iMilnteil was u mystery. ,
dis- men, both resident : I that
fuse. Later, the clouds course there was n iionslbllity

not persedjand pr until this morning-say !5 ., Mayor Currie Is tonighlbft expei-' : tomorrow to return I 1 t all:: the as walls it had but been be took rapped it literally through! ,i;. (.25. 9.00. $15. $ 19 I I I the ball might( crash harmhMHly between S

| from Jacksonville\ !, the heads of two banqueters, '
o'clock! there was no precipitation. incidental i object of his i as a plot to break prison/ ) the whole
has been t almost I I morning. An : It probable that it ;
? the downpour but wan equally :
place I aniied
n. effect of the {convicts so he the; whole Blanketsand MagnoliaGrocery
: the metropolis !'*s .o .
'- nunuous, and tow. 5 p. m., visit to might carry iff the head of sonic Btuilint. :
I C. Railirtatlon.of- of th.lIrd.'rJl to the teeth, taking ef-
4; heavy and there are 10 indications! i arrangements with u'a..t fee ti\e measures to prevent the assemlily Yet no one flinched. The chanceswere j..
{ been 'a "ra'" : way for the prompt aiL
Today bag equal to
of Iup.
a on the morrow. Thin blunder had I
-unfit for I material for the city paVJL.,,. Comforts The picturesque object of destruc- ,
cold depressing
dar"-f.'et. 'orjfe Board of a highly beneficial effect jupon the discipline
5 of this wortlimed Less than a quorum the hours ,
lion revolving during jovial
business, and a travesty i t
: chamber last night. of the prison, for the convicts I ,
of the East Trade met at their of the from student !
iofmesa and y banquet pointing CORNER FOCRTtt ST
obtained not only Immediate Immunity
i Coast climate. Fortunately, perhaps I and of course, no businek'wisfabsent.| wan traracted. but- from ,.the heavy tasks to which they I to student, and ready at a given mo- |I Co' EET AND'AVENUE D.

like everything else temporal, weather The president meat to blow any one of them to j MIAMI FLA. _
H Brown, had l been accustomed but afterwardenjoyed i 1t .
1 Mr. rry : >
the vice-president. t
anellt. Sun- i
admirabie training >
pieces was considered
-conditions are not per better food and humane
& more
BiCretary. ,
j as ,wasjlHj f I '
shine follows shadow; day follows was on hand I treatment.-Spare Moments. to steady the nerves of a fighting
I in Mr. Brannlng. to' do thlt onors and i
cold and
warmth follows man.
I conduct the business. embers ex- I I
the great" aggregate. physical show. cure themselves for non, [en lance on ,Jack's Picturesque, Slang./ 1 Chilly weather is i upon us. our A GOOD COMPLEXION Julius SniittiNLY&
/ sad human experience A.lthough. with clue-garnets and health at well as comfort demands
the plea that "there is1>r thing to be I Istu'nsaUs. I "Sparkling and cheeks re-
of the Great Crea eyes
the .covering. We have
forth goodness bed just
much of the picturesque good : i
I done.", /"Nothing to dOl'a[ poor plea I '' I.I.I I received a large shipment of com stored by using DeWltfs Little Early DEALERBOOKSELLER
tor. |
language of the sea has passed away.Jack's .
t but : I
t i the agricultural Id' J for builders of a city. ) a the still i I fort.. -lankets.. Ipread"heets., Risers" so writes S. P. Moore of Na-
effect : conversation Is
The upon garnished
terestt- Coast, of the ab-j tl ness of a Board of --,le to make / | and pillow cases, bought when the cogdoches. 1 f'L A certain cure for biliousness
on'the East with expressions and terms born of
I "something to do." If thejnembershlp weather was, ;warm and prices down takeeasy
I etc. Small pill-easy to
:1 normaj precipitation of the past several Macaw It [III nee the conditions of his life Ion the ocean. Von benefit by our foresight.
embraces only
Neces- I -- to act. Sold by Biscayne Drug
weeks but be bad. | Dates j'-
can not less to that both the.'btard' and the His language with his Is a cut ,

Arlly|t Impedes the work of preparation I I city represented say by It win, Loon be onlya rlous combination of Bowery slang and I I lll tts I... .' ... 90c. I.2S. I ISO 1.90 Company.I M'.AMI

of land for Intended crops detroys of aBoard sea phrases-"Youse guys'cora In outer ,'c.rn.. .. .i. US., US. 1.90,2.25.Lcads..130. ') marries becauseshe
memory. U. la thejjwslness: Occasionally a girl
1 2.50. 100. 540.00
] seed beds Injui es plants already that boat and bear a: band!" as I
'intended set- of Trade to make! "somethioto tuq, eel . . .5Oc. 7St. 9Oc. USISc. wants to marry, but the majority
sets unfits land for| I .do," Unless such a. $Bjji-U pervades beard one young cockswain order- .w c-s: .1. ... . Ilk. lOt. 25cI marry because they dont want to remain MmLllRY..c
'' tine, 'dissipates fert Users already dlauftd. and I-believe that If Shakespeare could :
It they had as well single. : aM.. aMaY slaw
distributed. Still aftei all, existingconditions &rf are In have known our modern'' Yankee man- I
Dozier and <
Mr. E. J. f
leat".ID dlspilse. wield Many a man starts at the foot of the
may be a of-war's-man. he never have put

,. .$ premature marketing and orervrodufetlon '. the city asHtstant today Ylsltlng keel a 1rlenda.of the Jupiter Mr. strange oaths in the mouth of a sol TowelsiI ladder la down at the heel at the flnInh. Foleys Honey* Tar 11 ii.s1a I
;t have, in the (past, lessened Dozier lighthouse and.- a*._jar y Incident of dier. '' Yet in spite of the peculiarities I .. Iw..tldttcUl th.a "

Y the Income of tillers of the soil on the of his speech, and his almost universal I
buy a gaB-
st Heat Poast, and it majj I be. that Na- olene his visit engine here Is for seeking UM" | n a private negiect I -of the rule that two 'negatives Cleanliness in next I I -

tire, father than man's Ingenuity and artIst& make an affirmative he can sendor to godline"l"to'eIRare
launch. He is an raN ability I Ii eceutial tocleanlinesH
mina] capacity has been Installed as especially the line of Caricature a and read the most complicated message as as soap Miami

teacher. In either the International or naval
has an engagement wi l 0 Puck which and water. We

Based upon weather conditions that he flnd both pleuan'fi" 'profitable.The code-with signal flags In the daytime have them. New ,

have fisted during the all ** to temperature writer has seen ione of Mr. Do- or by the Ardols system of red and mtm goods, frin ed.lin-

and rainfall, and still contlnuejwether tier's work. In original l'. graft, and regards white electric lights. at night, through; en cotton.hemmed Where People of J

J | wlzxards jare predictingthat It of superior o'"de*. both In design which our warships bold conversation Each. IOc. 25t. 45c. 75. .$1.25 :

lie winter wlU be one of unprecedented and executloti.f"* with one anotber.Century.tens .

Irregularity and severity. In Dr. C. V. W mih? pMclpal\ of the Pewan Children's Moderate Means j

support of this theory local prognosti- West Palm Beach cit1.sgtool!. !s elated eowaras Chairs'

catorj cite the fact that no ducks have with Us condition ah f"' romlse. Its How can a monarch' become ifH-

yet appeared in Lake Worth; whereas organization is aboqt ampleie, and tent who i is constitutionally con chair Are MakingjCom-i

ordinarily they are here In large numbers the work of instructions progressing trained to inefficiency? The kaiser A chiltl'H mustcomfortable

|.n and after Nov mber 1. One satisfactorily all off tj>{ departments. can be ellicient but would England well be as older folk as*. ,

sportsman' said to the ,writer today. The auditorium will Ot be completed tolerate in her king the sort of efficiency vVe carry time larjiest fortable Incomes

*" -I doV understand U. Often, heretofore the department o'"i| )'Slcal science that Germanv nstaina at her stock pn the .

j' have killed man] duck before will be supplied witty''Apparatus at an kaiser's hands? The kaiser Las ast Coast for little

t this 4ate. \and yet yesteday I traversed early day and the llbr tfr Is being constantly tome real power. The king-well, folks, \ sal l and Choice

nearly i.h\whole lent th of the lake enlarged. i lie writer qlasshown to be sure, the king has enormous willow. Thj prices Properties
curious. social influence at home and are small a* small
and jldn't eee\a duck; its of boOkM covering the very
( a
.,,, chairL
sa \Vheij these people, arpte. that elemental fields of art. seient 1 nd literature\ important personal and official in-j I IJ as the We Have <: for Sale

conditions Vre o|abnormal that which will be ordeal IH goon as complete J! fluence with our npnarchs and I This chair In Golden Oak. $:..50w. ,
IuU'S ceased to | heads of European governments. + i
school, under -- -
*venbe jcreatnre for the 1 l\\ rary fthe !I -
I id anlmrls; andthat I Possibly King Edward, could ttimuj ,
for birds a and his
= a ulde wlnt r will be both Dr. Waugn as lnclpal t I j late efficiency in England if he Lent I Brick: buslmss bloc on Avenue D .. .. .. J. .. .. ....... ........ f.SOO.M()

ereforer the able corps of asslstdniiii, is daily growing II| . .J. .... .. .
Tl .eNrorrollary of himself to the''work{ camel may. I!310'" and house on Seventh street .. ... .. .. 1,250.00

amt c and extreme. In popular favorjjj"Joe II through/ the needle'' oxe-hntl !''I') lots on Seventh street . . .. ... .L..... .. ... .... ...J).. 2000.00
lontentlon that the\ tate.IIIbe Diinole pad ,
is. Indian. "
this Northern Bowers, a it would be dillicult. I Caste' more I II 1 I house and lot, bay front. riparian! rig de''; .. ... .. .. .... .... 5.,000.04

,cr wded with refuge from in up-to-dlt +loKsery if nolan ,I than; royalty, is hurt ng England. I I,It, I house and lot foct of Twelfth street. ... .... ... ........ ...... .. 000.00

i gars, hence* sea on I of prosperity attractive, was least, II' notlcestreets I The aristocracy is o ii trial inure ', 'II! house and lot, Thirtenth street m "de'ra Improvement ........ 4.'i O.OO

fij Florida. .(Me pedestrian, on iui h\"\ today.drensed ttta the tlirone.-l1l1 ll'r'S Weekly! ; j ho.is"s anJ :3 I loU on Aven'.f D and Eighth street, for ill ...,.. 4,500.0)

". Spi: king of .duchs the: mrmorySwf Joe was able to man a reasona1'! I ------ S IIO-I>-PS and lots o- Twelfth street ff>mj 1;.::.tnoito .. .. ..... 1.0OO.OtrI

the .. rltt'r In, that a far ago the .lerix-ndicularity. t; ibl is companion i I The Cartoonist .j i|I nil ri bon-i with :It lots win bearing trees'. Fourth str-t ..... S.OJO.OO

werejmndreds and Ihof Kanda t>f them Imllarly clad, ap :, [J-iated the side i "'!1r. Puncli" has dl covered the i I HOII" and lot on Fourth strd near Avenue D .. ... .... .......... 831.00:;

to txi seen on the lake and about thr Iks and a cnnsiabie j jgtrVtn part of the ; fact that the only! places when the j' .Vro<.iii homo and lot on Third Hreet.. .:. .. . .. . .... ..... 1.300.00Hoiiir

vharhave 'es. so gentle thjit' then might in his pe nations. 'They {cartoonist and caricaturist are pale I' >, and :' lots on First t'r* '.et, for all 1. . . ..-.. .. .. . .. iO-JVOO/

: been 'killed with I a atone. Thboat. .sere harmless, an.e. marslial saw I jare Great Britain amj( the United ,, !II.\ r.' orapte and grape fruit grove hear Cocoanut Grove ..... .,, 3.TOO.OO'

f ferrj', In Its, trips to I and- fro often fit! noivp see them Jl f fA i I' State! In France, he goes on to in acres, throe ant jne-half neared bearing fruit trees rear Cocoon: '

llseciwlthl. Jt-d flocks of tb.turell.t I nasal coiipe of Ash $'Sian; .wor'KinB for j I art the cartoonist isi[ likely. to be these adds the who ilrovp . . . . . .. . .. .. . .............. 2 00.04
Clip girls; one :
.. ji ten feet of them nol'ltber tide. the East Oust Ki;0 acres tine farmlrp- land at/utlor .F . .. ... ......... 2*0000rar

c There Is a local law |l a force here, in their D\t lat t'@ght-T and capture l la j I: there are laws about Jleze majesty.The Range ''n our window. orange and grapefruit grove at Orange Ridge.... ... ....... C.fOO.04.
Turkish if there
passml 1 by the legislature brtrbldding loggerheaded t rtW, relghlng: estimate caricaturjst\! I .Two fine young orange and grapefruit groves on Miami river vita
such lived the i i
being on
the shooting or othl' wise Injuring; 150 pounds 1ti 'was brought In any average riparian tights!) $3,000: and 5000.00
A dollar or two a week will do.
after the
-F thesee''blydaunder! heavjj "penalties: and today and prompt/'appropriated by one week taking up profeseion. ', Ho':. e and ;Z lots on Seventh street, eornr Avenue H. ... ..... .. I titf'n"
steaks In China the | unmaket u
It Is claimed that the docks become so Jhe epicures. Turjl 1t and turtle I j liable to dismemberment, the ocealion Fishing tackle, guns, shells, hunting farming and c'trus lands from $2".oO( an sere up.

J'enUthat they will Jake food from soup will be mar !. matures of hotel being made a public I coats and leggins.. New g'oodi.I Several rllm: hed houses to rent for the 1t'UOn. Call and are us.

one's' hand. Indeed the writer has seen and restaurant m morrow.I nth fireworks ia the area::holida"I I make a specialty of furnishing .-ael'e grapefruit and pineapple grove..1 .. .. ... .. .. ...... X.tOO.MM .

t"_ -a snapshot pbotograP of a Dock of I complete houses.. Our expert will call i.< res and T room hou"e. barn stable, tool house and work boos '!

taking food from the hand of I DOESN'T RES||fCT' OliD AGE. THOCSAAD3 D. I If you say the i word, and make an cell baring orange and grape fruit grove, on Miami river with riparian i

duck, -hearted gentleman leaning over It's shameful |k2ai! youth\ ails u i I I I IDeltt's mate. rilhts-an lilt-sl nome . .. . . j. .. .. ... ..?... '.. 1:. t0Ob9

1 the stern of fits boat. Certainly last show proper irespict .tor( old c\e. bu' Witch Hazel Salve hap cured i +--

wlnwy, there were my' 'lads of duckson Just the contrarypihe| [ case oi. Dr thousands ot cases of Piles. "! bought! I 11he '

lake between East and West King's New Ltfellll| [ They cut\ h f'I a box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve octhe SPIERS MERCIER

Death uportlijg about the maladies, no matter how severe an recommendation of our diuggist.: I Dade Goilnty furniture Go.inu
ti and else*hero appa" 'ntly as Irrespective of ol l. We. Dyrpepsls t writes C H. LaCrolx. of Zavalla j i 1 1KIA
] '1 vJaundlce. \ r
HdiSf IRUIS m RI5111
concerned alive I the approach Fever. Constipation all yleli 1\i..,"and used It for a stubborn case M.int Real Estate and Insurance Agents
: '. t'. M. Brown, Jr.
of nan as would have been a flock of to this perfect Pili.} isc.: at =11 drug 'f les. It cured me permanently.\ J ttwni Box 177. or 12 OQH Arrnu* D. ,

dot Itlc ducks. Th r nremixce: 0:. stores .std! v BlsM"'ne: Drug iCompary. I {to KD\VI.N NKLSOX ,,I tJ. i. FLORIDAI
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, I H. Mlertaker KING. I

(Soccttten to\\ EdwiaNtJteu.) !I i

.. Un nd Embalmer : 1 THE UNDERTAKER?. .

J 1300 venue D :J fi I 4l3.. 12th Street. Phone 25 : f ,

I'' A L_,_ i, \ Is Built to Ride. ;

1 : h i The choice of professionals because it is

;AE !' between those two towns is gold i II-I I Mr. \Dune :Ma>nard, the genial past! I, STATE NEWS. the Best wheel

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. i at the rate of twenty cents for'l "'DI:er agent of the Florida East Coal --- I mDde.//
1905 model.
I There was a henvyltrat|.1 I over theGeorgia $45.Doll'
minutes gab, which Is certainly f Friday, November 11, 1904. l'nollh h through thi" city on his way to Havana ; Southern & Florldr Railway's
f; I Mlvle Flyer Line eBterday into Jack- !
MAILTDULL t! I$!:;: :4\! on Thursday. :Mr.' Maynard has been .' !ill... In running I
int fact, all lines into I
, I! Oyster Stew at Hinson House Suodl J.1U' "'It'ndinIh., slimmer looking up busiJ .lackwnnille are now |rln 1 ling a great ( Throw Away" \Your Old Tires.I

j Arrive from I ness for his |M>piiHr line in the \Vestl)
, Nhb7:00.m.! I I number of settlers and ea -1 Iy tourists. I
crit'lits* ,
,, I j The many heavy rains will : I}' I Yesterday morning ,the Dix'e! Flyer I Wi-i.inVulc.iri/etluTn and make them j
" -o--- : I
1- 8:66 jp. m. |i make the key tomato crop al right; i iI j roiiuht a special sleelxT, wilh all the I \ good: 1 .is; ne"c arc the only p}' roic

QOM for the North- | what little there U to It. It will ni\e I I j IxM-ths taken, into Ja<;l.lIoO\'lIe.!! This'' in : Iimnitn \ tulcaniicTire. j

t 1 6:16 1 m. the effect of making the mainland Crop The First National Bank sla| Tial sleeper was U utet .sin, as the I II ,

._ 1:1& J). m.Jton't I very late as It will\ take a long llttie i I regular line sleeper from! 'hiraijo! was '

t I for the lands to dry off sufflriejiill: Or Miami lilliil. E\ery berth j jI ln \his '-IK''lal'' The Hudson

B Cat; B harp. and buy you I i tot out plants. ':..Mi i:it ALLOW 3 PER CENT. ON SAYINGS I slet'iM'r was occupied :I Iby pa"....neers | Cyqle Co.,
L .
.. pianos from Bush Safford Piano C I f\j\!{ ACCOUNTS MAKE 10ANS I from Grand Raids, Mich who were :

f Steinway and Emerson pianos. I WANTED,-Pear seed Wllo Q.;: AFl1e. BASED ON BALANCES AND !' ,'n route to tr.aHola.i i :Ms 11>' t.f these i iI' i 1005 Avenue D, [Opp. UJJeiK orff Block Miami, Ma.lOOOOOOOOOftOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOC II

L room I t !j KESPOXS1B1LITV I | p.i,,sengers had alreadI purchasedplaces I, JOOOOOOOOOOOC,I !

;_ Furnished or house for ren ; DOES sruiCTr.v! A BANKING I in and near Dayton last season I
i Inquire at 911. Avt uue C. The many iriendsof :Mr.' R. ii.'trt: m' BUSINESS.: and the balance of I hem \\ i ill I I bay l lrolI )- n
i I I :i
bIt will regret to learn of th>' fdlbr I II Iarty I upon their arrl 'al t he East !
i Burdine & Quanerman arR arran !I his handsome home at Tallahnsawgtiy GAINS IN ELECTORAL COLLEGE.IIncrease ; dust oily. This is on y one casein I !

Inc for the. open.In of their new',store' lire, including the old fiirniuiro silly ,. -- many where p.pl< ar< arrmng in ............... ... .
I r .... .......... .NNE. .
t on Monday.. N. '' portraits, records, silver and JI-JTy!! Greater ,in Republican Thanin i large numbers,-Jack4c-n\ lie .Metrojio-: I CISSCS-S.

,and an ancient diary whichbeen he?1)t.11 Democratic States.In II".J J i : A now' line of t ,.E If joii \\J a Bargain. :

Some rare larg |lital ns-Hill & Cautle .t -. keepimr: for fifty jears. .The II-I. I I \ Pongee Silks Worsteds t { ,|,l.uvVif' t' !

real rotate! and r agents. Raule their night dothinta; For several woks the kindhearted I
fly t'l Tt
,, fHJPdf
a niakiti.: : comparisons of the elecjtor.il ;Imloth..r t ; | 'Joun
eon building. i 111'111'10'] of Jacks'n\ile: h: \e been appealed ,, '
I vote the fart should<1 not be over :faA and Winter Patlerns II Dress) Goods* Call and ,.l| 'our im-V Crockin i I
Ox-Tall HioEon Hous'i s.I 1 < 1 to at different tot 's bv a couple t
Soup at IIMI.Ihat,\ the\ ,doctoral college I } ,I l !>
Next: Tuesday nlsfit will, be the rt ip J T J try.IIIII\1'i |; C.a."alll! ware
meeting of ipe Board of Tradan.1 I day. :4 ;: now composed of 47C( 'votes an in- ('lalimng to be loo11 in ffor .lauh'l I I . _..........__.....- ..... I
" JV: ".r who hail been kldnapi: 1. 1 ney sueireed.vl -
cren.of" 'l.' that which I I '
a_ a full attendance Is desired. over comes jed j- in Rettins kanI of 1.11"u..uo: D. W. J. Prbo.
;, Mr. J. E. Alexander, who hd s l the electoral college in 1900. At uhf ; >e\l la WIlMin A II).: ,
uurt)' from the tharitaMyKin i"IN'"t't1: :
a visit o; Hot Springs anij tl'llIIn last presidential election :McKinley re- I" '
F1ah Chowder at t nsn Bjue. Prida IJelJiil I I but ; inhtiiatii: >n roxed to be --- -- -. - .
Paints has returned to [ calved| :2IO: votes and Ilrjan 15. TheStales I I i - -- --
.. unworthy objcts "it |har: In \iewoih
that he Is poslthely and J .. i .IY I
says that voted! for :MCKiidey in1Mio
; .. dpi Frank T. Budges handson e ''of the facts discovered, r cities I A.NNOU TCEMENZ'. ,
I'atone out of politics and that in futljhsjjhewill 11 !1 have !':alnl'd' under the IlsJ'I"l'a,]/- ,
residence is' erring ,coiipletloi:
I hate l>een warned atliins thm. The
\ "\' his! time to hia law p } ice port Ion nll'nl, based In the census: of THE MIAMI CONSEUVATOUY OF MUSIC AXNOCXCZS THE EXGAGEMENT -
: This will be one 0|the finest homes 1 n: SljljiJilr Tampa Tribune of Sund: contained,
and his orange gro\e.-DeLand 191)0.) 19 votes and l those that voted;1 I OF MRS. LII.T..A B. CAJIY. OF DETROIT. MICH- AS DIRECTOR
.the city when flnl bed. I : : the following in regard ti the topple
ment. this CTTLTURE.
4 I I. for Bryan :2 totes Apply increased HER
i.J.,! I sent out from Jat"k"on\'i\I : "The Jacksotiville LONG EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER
ell of ; FITS HER FOR
" If you desire t| rent 701 i h: representation to the election of ( THE
. expel'lE'DOedpipe Boar l of Trade has writtenPresident WORK. .
list It wh HIU .Jt Gautleseal Wanted At 1900 the electoral vote of that year i,
:, 'property>> at fff s Fuller of the I local I board ad- MRS. CARY WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET THOSE WHO .
estate and re tal agents. Raule fitter. Apply ; would, stand :McKinley, 311; Bryan, ARE INTERESTED
building Mian I Lofton & Emig' I { Ifi5 The annexed table shows the rising bin of a certain iged couple, IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND EXPLAIN JHER\ METHODS.

loft : known as Mr. and :Mrs. uertram, now CALL ON OR ADDRESS :. )--: ).
"' IH \ f
. 1 iiumtxT of electoral votes by States I In r"t
S believed to be in Tampa arc Impos- : '
scA: Davis of Galveston Texai, Owing tosthe heavy rains las,a:i!ykbt !. 1900 and.1901. respectively: tors, and asking him thathe warn the 1225; ttfdiStr LB3 FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH DirectorSONGRECITALI

owner of Cap.FloHda, has anlved rr the Athletic Club failed to l t 1900. 190..
the season and !.> guest at the Bieayne .. meeting and it will be held on ll ii'orSi&y Alabama . . . ..11 11 I charitable people off, Tampa against

. . . .. them. The couple tell 1 a pitiful story
HoteL : night, at which time the electctib4! Jof Arkansas S 9I,
search1 of
i I officers will take place, and other. business California . . .. :3 10 about being a kidnapeddaughter

the will be transacted. Eve'rr.hi We have secure agenc/ for tl e at' .. . pursuing their warch.j i Secretary BY 1 1 .
is urged to be on hand that Connecticut .. 4 5

Columbia BarJort tJPewrlterte time ft'$) Delaware .. .. .. . :< 3 i Smith of the Jacksonville Board writes Miss Hanna Phebe '
to date mach) e I that neatly not mean and wife Shippee
most complete and up they are
A. M. Wlgglntdiyji; Florida .. . .' . . 4 5 t
manufactured an.| have one bn that they are dissolute jam frauds OF BOSTON I
Acting Secreiarjj Georgia 13 I

Ubitlon In our offloe.Hin Ranlerson| t Gander.tf building.Mr. ere We are in position to fill your i.f, !. Idaho Illinois. ...I,3; 27 3 J: unworthy The first of arrest charity.-"for"-alleged Times!I ,Union.election Fair Building Thursday [ve, Nov.I 17, 1904

. turks. Indiana .. . ', . ..15 15 I Under the of The Miami
, promptly for chickens, eggs, here in occurred today management Conservatory uf \Iu..ic
fraud made
Iowa . . .J. ... ..11 13 .years Franklin Coleman Bu..h. Director
'. G. G. Ramtxrjli having a cotta e etc. S. U. Campbell A Co., TUli In the Eighth ..ward when Hamilton
M Kansas . .'! .... ... .10 10 I Tickets on sale at Hush & Safford Piano Co.. 225 12th Street
lot the river
erected on his Fla
of 125 !
,the residences of E. Tut l, Kentucky .. .. .. .13 13 I Berry, street was Beginning Mondar. Nov. 14. Reserved neatn. 5Oc: General admiK.ion.3>c
with 'a ticket
_.. I J4d YM13 Louisiana . oJ. .. .. 8 9 : charged taking dinimr -- "
T. Budge. bet1l'J The Merchants Association into the booth] 1* a "be-
i ia1168ING.V I d t. Maine . ... . . .. 6 C voting Berry n

- $ 21 of I.. meeting this mornig and + dp t Maryland . . .. 8 8 fo' de wan" negro and heleaye': : "How A MANAGING HOUSEKEKFER.: I PRUIT TREES
begin keeping their stores npe spec' me tovote for Mistah Roosevelt -
Massachusetts . .. .15 16 you
elopedla Brittanlca| loaned last wlntc r. night from Monday the 14th. ep without ![ AND
ch tIi Michigan .. .. ... ..14 14 a guideT"I I Middle-aged American woman with I ORNAMENTALS.
I need It. Please they decided upon the early for the Republican
There will be one less vote j
.. .. .. ... ,
rnm.W.. W. Paris. tdtgl Minnesota 9 11 I excellent references having several Are you ''going to
last spring the agreement was ticket In Florida, on accountof plant say uses er
.. .. . ..
I Mississippi 9 10
but TueMaf experience in managing a hotelat ornamental. this season Now
until November 15, as the of Berry as to the years I Is 1M
'' Missouri .. .. .. ..17 18 Ignorance '
to the hard rain -xdo / Atlantic City would like to have a time to do it Writ JOV'WaaQ
Owing vyry lA/'t/ Is the 15th. and they not waft/ such The old i I as .
requirements cases. I
.. .. .. .. ..
Montana :3 3
evening the carrier did not get the i close on Monday night and thenped! ,! It is said, walked Into the booth position of trust for the winter in Flor I l we offer the following:
delivered to all' parts f 10D i Nebraska . . .. !S 8 man. ida. Has experience and good Judgment ': 'GRAPE
: Metropolis Tuesday night they have detl6 I ticket and ORANGE and FRUIT TREES:
and out
pulled a
Nevada ... .. .. ... .. .3 31 dummy
Be with the boys date' da In handling help. Address Over
the city. patlct to set the back for one went to work to help send Mr. Mac- thre-hundred thousand of the..
. ... ... ,
I New Hampshire 4 4 1 MRS E. BAIRD.
och time .1 -- D Tal1aballsee.Ei; F. Gilbert on sour orange, rough lemua. a.4
Farlane to
k I New Jersey .. ... ... ...10 12
I Atlantic City. N. J. Box 70. Citrus ..
Remember that the Motropolis f.f' Robinson colored) land George trifollata stocks-all tl trod
A. T. (
Seymour' well known New York .. .. .. .. 36 39 valuable ya.Jelles.
R. H. e Is the place to get your printing i epe
Walker witnesses against Berry
.. .. .
North Carolina .11 12
On trip f' t _
I. off Business
tO! ey. a First-class printer and a large reporting mat- PEACH TREES-Two hun.dr l thousand
stopped proceedings by -
.. . .. .
North Dakota 3: 3 ,
which Ttslt Jacksonville this ,
he will of stationery enable gnc J Yb "Florida
t ordered to great Berry -moklly: varieties, as fine
..., .. Highsmlth was
his former home at K:sgmmee demand ( Ohio. .%3 23
- htndo and promptly supply any f, The trees as we ever A hamvy demand
and be sent to Jall. case grew.
f 1 .t Oregon .. ,.. . ... t 4Pennsylvania I
"'" will be one for prosecution( by the for them. Better get your order -
: : ..' .. .. .3% 34
Mrs. Wells, of the Waverly wls and there will be further developments mat once.
4 Hon. C. M. Brown, formerly of this t & Rhode Island .. .. . 4 4 [ State
It understood that she Is the sole >& WHENf1 BUDDED
therein when It comes to PECANS-We havent hens -
' city and who ,.till retains hi* cltlze n- toft South Carolina ... .. . 9 91
prietor of that bouse. She is at a ; Is lufore been able
such not
trial. The penalty :cases I to grow ufflcient 'to
ship here came nn from Miami Tut s-I South Dakota . .. .. 4 4 s
U> understand why the announce f.ftrwa. t than live j jImprisonment I supply the demand but have alee
less than one year or a
day afternoon to'cet bin vote Oca a Tennessee .. .. .. ..12 12 more ,
made by the Record that another j lot this
Baaer. | I sKe .' exas . .. ;. .. 15 IS''' -Jacksonville, Metrop- I season. -
II" lady was associated with her as | r
,.. ... --=-' I J Utah .... .. .. .. .... :3 3 II- ;I / ROSES AND ORNAMENTALS K
had not authorized any such sUi't' thousand
_. Tho J. Peter aid family hAy)! go e Vermont .. .. .. .. I 4 eCerttb4Q,111iCeB us fifty fine field grown graft

to Cuba where they will spend sote I ment if! Virginia . .. ... .. .12 12 Ja11tl11!' a1Jl41Ui II/fir/rode. Hadn't ed roses. One hundred and twenty-

',time while Mr. Peers I* looking after I _t l! .Washington .. .. .. 4 4 I six'arleU..e selected especially for
HOTEL ARRIYALS. you letter come 100'1The Southern planting. Also fin lot
: aa extensive vegetable crop which II I FOR' UNT.-1fT eottap'at [AVest Virginia ... .. .. G 7I a *

Is planting not h !from Hanna. [ Crags" OA the bay In the Brlckell hrlll". Wisconsin . .. .. .12 13 I of ornamental I shrubs hedge plant

I I mock. Furnished or unturnl.bed.d; Wyoming .. .. . .. :3 3 THE SOUTHERNJ. I I and shade trees.
Racket Store
'I. .a
. ..Another lot of i i II subscribers to tike : dress Groom; -, L. Herring.! Thomas*file, Ca. JOUR 1905 CATALOGUE gin desert*.

, Daily Metropolis )las been' iccelv >d 1m Mrs. >iarcaret Arnold !: Totals .. .. . .. 447 476 SAN CARLOS- I' J Jw i bona and prices of these and many

;- from Wet Palm Beach where Dr J.I 4 '''Necessary to a choice, ... .224 239 Henry Meier and family ?JHo'uoatead; "Handlers of Everything" 'I more trees and plants and contain

' J. Harris who I*> In chant of t ic Mrs. J. M. Jackson. Jr., and her ly ni: .i Otto Frorlep and family.. JHoiiiesteail; II.CIIA1LLK* SON I'n.prietanA.enur ,.valuable information. Write for a

f bureau at that pla<&. is doing cxcelle it lovely little daughters, Ethel (. :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Botsforil. Asheville, 1>, n..r the Exprv. Ofllcv. ,, copy. .
I Helen. of Miami arrived In Ocala s;. !
work. I IMessrs. N. C.; E. H. Purdy; Datona.BISCAYXE --- --- CLEL:ST. MARY ftGKSERIES
day morning and are the guests BUSINESS LOCALS.ftXtaKriNXvacaNKNaaacNaBX.. I i
aum I Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. end ) t Jacksonvilk j I I!j I SCHOOL BOOKS. G. L. TAnER., Pfoprieto.%
J. H. 1 &: Co. ha e Ociil i .. J. W. Fudser, -; J. C. Box: 7.
J. M. Barco at the Savoy Hotel.-
leased the fnrnlsned cottage of \ r' K ". .. Glen St Mary
Rhodes, LoiiiKUlk', ) : M \ FloridaOLEYSKIDNEYCUPL
Banner. t.i} y Headquarters fancy groceries fruit ltkh'l I
s and Mrs. J. H. Petys, on Avenue C 0II' i- .I I.II Ltc, at Wilson t. Fire's Savannah, f'.a: ..1.YKiir.[ ." !

-) Joseph P. olelllyt. of Readl P.nd' I:! 71 pha! ; W. D. Dalton, !New lbrk; W. A.I I fOLEYslONET TAR ..

:' Pa the.Inter wh9 will here\ anise I shortly. to ape I The first National 6anjt\ NOTICE.- '1 r |avis, GalxeMon. I I I I II {Cure Colder Prevent >n**.**.* rvk.. Kidneys and Bladder Right

I -- -
--r- L Of Mian* A competitive examination for the --I ,

l ST-on 'Thursday evening la -osmon of Special Sanitary Agent thp

black leather pocietbook contalnl STEADY CALLS CROWTHCOMPETENlMANAGEMENT ATTENTION State Board of Healtb' of Florida. TakekM\ Boat '

7.00 In and jorne receipts. T le till be hold at the office of the State
| paper
finder wllUje prop|rly rewarded by AND SUBSTANTIAL loard of Health. Jacksonville Florida. ; j outs Pharmacy ]
DIRECTORATE THEREBY The CLYDE will make jrtrular trip*
turning same to D. [ MERITING THE COXFI itUens of Florida not over 40 years I laily to the Beach )leaving' the Stones: .

nue I I DENCE OF THE PEOPLE. if ape graduates of acme reputable Dock at 2.00 p. m., land.nt at the new !m are

dock Juct north oft the jettle
Hon. C. M. Bti>wn I. .back f it m nedlcal college have at least a High ferry A complete and cnrefulIv..elected stock We! buy our :Irngs in

Ocala. where he dent to cast his vi to A RUNAWAY BICYCLE ''I h School literary education and bold hire every facility U fl'rnlsbed for I small iuant'e-| and often so we can al\\a\- hate them frufc and
----- ;ood bathing, and the Beach being entirely DI't. Our the benefit of thi-.b'n.l-arealwavs
I Mr. Brown expeits I membership In a county medical society 'omersget "dtisfled
on last Tuesday. terminated with an ugly cut oa the its cut off by the training wall from
a cumber of his rienda down o ; somelof them will ma.lie of J. B. Oroer. Franklin Glove, IlL1, f JOSEPH. T. PORTER I the treacherous current ; < : !
and thinks developed a stubborn fjcer! unyleld\iiI Cut Inlet there Is none of that undertow I -' '
State Health
Officer 1 1I
! _investments here g I to doctor and remedies 'IT four yeari;; which makes sea bathing so dan- : : : fro; n 9dintic : : : ,

c;: Miss Lottie Majrnard Is In Feet pt Then Bucklen's Arnica L lye cure i I The AJbany Argus (X. \.) sa.1"The ;. gerous. --- ---

'of i!* letter from| Mrs. Commod It's just ae good for Burns Scalds, S t Ii I II Chicago' Tribune commits !b'11h No channel to follow going over; DO at the "Hla fountain. Special creamand. .licrlxt' ..tU. !.;41.
tbl information fiat Eruptions and Piles. 25c.. ft all drui-, 'ese majeste and sacrilege towardhe long walk after yon get thWr. and afternoon and evenings. V.: .. \ mr patronage and wil

Y Roome giving I.I when It asks always cndca\or to see thai J.. ;ni: the lest in line
they are at Jacksonville'anil shoild I stores. | consecrated tariff Ito ONLY 25 CENTS f OR THEROUND ; our .
next week In he It i:i:i lave the tariff of :25! cents a bushel [ion
arrive here ,
yacht .earl| FOR RENT.-!-room cottage nlaeffurnished r.I .wheat removed. Nay nay! 'Stand par I) TRIP; Personal Altentio A>MM D. I.. Don;hurl sl mi Offs

I piano etc. for-season.I Rau I and rejoice that yon are.permlttedit;, o' gives lo all prtlU ptioelV. E. YOU GS. :: PROP.I .

{ Orlando and Klsslmmee of bread.
' by telephone and the talk nc erson I

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- i THE COLORED PEOP ,E 1 1I Was Cut '' A':' Suit Many:' kinds of Stuff I Ir Dade County Title Insurance

I IRE AND"EL EWHERE'I 'ti e That Suited )Aim called ,,1 II

I .j ; are I ; and Trust Co of Miami Fla, f fIMCORPORATED.
r '- 1 1TODiJlb and as a result we, tire+ Stable Manures I f .

I I" the regular lpNlnJ of now work ngt.Ji, 1 I Dade Count)1 Farmes t tI C

the LJterry at he.....'huol bOil'I I FOUR MEN. TAILORS(tau '' I and Truckers Ii: Paid Up Cioitil, $50,000.00 SuplDS, $12,000.00Insures
ahead of i
in order to keep } land titles, prepares abstratrs of titles, loans and Invests

The work on New. ML ,Ion Rapt isCbureh our orders. All tlii,$ has I Sure Need the BestComposted money on Its own account and for others. Acts as agent attonaQ'roct -'">

tas suspended U y:''IIIt.rlla) I. assignee, executor receiver, or guardian.
jby trustee
abot I
toad : been brought r ; I.. I
w..ath..r. :
owing I and WellIt t, jitea Address! all communications to
satisfactionhkn fallows I '
E.: Allen who lvI's In ontor only be hadin': one way. Addr-ss I ijox 135 Miami, S. L PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas. ltt '

Mr. GfIIl.Bnlwn's houxt's on Avenu.M .' I'' our work.. : I can ( RA VES ........... .,............ .......,..ttt. .... ......
s. '{ w. G-
In.I ......"e.1 bu Is UI' sgatnMr. f 3ES.
bas ben t, if fh'I: I Delivered' to any station north of Miami for fl.;) :i:; -\tOIl.! Any station "
i 1
.RaC Aikins ha r'IUo.I..Io..I "south of Miami. $6.00'1 ton. _
I Watches Fit for a King.
bill restaurant on' Railroad. Avenue anl :I We make Pants to j I .;*ourmeasure i CALL ON 'HIGHESO..,

Fourth. jrf'f'1. I from { l Who handle the Miami tiadj:. ,

YPS\\(' ,'a--I'r) std dap fur G. B.: Stephens, agent for Little River. | If you wear our watches you will always: ,

It 'II'a3 card "Ion. The p I be on time. '

\ IICbool'lt'l rind with ma y days lih(' $4.50 t I
I ,
will 't'.1 heaters I
that they
yesterda c ooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooocbooocxxx3ooooooooocx?f One of the best time-pieces made and

t Rev.\'ls&IDg'J''t'os.' in 11.the lI'r.T.o city t p peiray oh'r day.I who., and a Catchy Siiifas \ : CONTRACTORS AND)) PMERTYJIHERij 1 01 r j .jix: i jf Sl.i.. i i.>

'I left ,the me day for bill home. favor low as..| i I fou don't want to S.\\1':: MOXT.Y., We can't I t's II I-. \)

j abl' In 4 felIl'11 with th. t he "aIn hell v<>u. I If you ili>, come to i| -' : .

t ti they 1c CUy / 220.': J.J A McDONALD co. ;

i Owing to the very In..1 rent wrath The ,I I I Every! Watch Guaranteed: I I

last nbtht there was! 0 rt C'lllIongtv'I :
er i YOUR j
JacJ..on's Hall ty s. Agnes AXI IH'Y ,
1 l I ''' : t
I Eplsco I Cburc-b. It VI' put off for \Ve Guarantee our work or?|jive Long Leaf Yellow Ladies lt>-..tze pickle open-cace $5.00.
I I Ladies oilver, ca tonighI back the money you paid lr tt Pine framing open
I.aclieMze gold tilled hunting case 10.1X1
Barbary an family; ba'emo'ed WORt, af_$16_per -M.HB I I .ize gold tilled 15.INI -i
Mr.Robert J. ANext .... I "T; ize gold filled 15.t>d
tack into the city. IYoa temem SBBBS H B SS B9 I P

bee tot they have liv In the coup to First Nationat lajikDrug Boards same price ,We also sell Lime.IBrick( [4 kinds], ]J 'he greatest bargain ever offered.only $1b5.00.One 11.16 ct. blue white diamondfor :

try months hey noW occuht'ksouao Mouldings, and whatever else a l |
llti.b Cement Sash < j WIL&I R.ClyatlfsStabIe
; In the u. r part nt tho IL T. ..
lowest possible figure. | ,
builder tequires'at
I 1
cltyf... t t I
Magic -

and':I'batksglvlng we bear nothing Day Is of ,wbat'rowing going neal Stagy e.L You Know Where We Are Hlti Sheet Miami, Fit

'to be 5Jone. We know there wlll behIJl'ci L >aaaa oooQoooooooooQQoDoooooooooooooooooooooocsouthern.
Ienk'e8. but w IIhould have .St. 500 sad 802 Twelfth Strwt.1

some kind f'l\tefarr.\ P gram for the A. BUTLER. Ma. l RM1 av .

Proprietor.rugs 'I ,. : EmCTITX
:; loitering I I I1. RIGS A SPECIALTYrw- -
We .IUl1 (teem boys i the Eat .0.11I Itorth aul,wen k0.11J SINGLE
Dally to I I ,
.-hll' school III In I
around tbe streets 'Medicines.; .- .. I.v F:.. ._ 110 Er eat HORSES BOAftfJEC, CUPPED AND CAUHD FOR. -. v'I
Paten .
hope to } ] pile Jacksonville .._. .50. Ky 7.'Ip oIacko'\\1IIP'1 .n.
ever Lv ....__ I
IHItJlL How caD we .80 leJ 10 altbsvsaah
...._ ... .. JolO RJ \ 10 tap L'Jnnp Ol. .
If l.v JrtupLv _. .. Ar Mateo U... .i.. .. .. ao leJ I I. "I i
of ur children Articles Sonifies. Perfume .. __ 8) ItJ !
make:anythlog.out y -. ..._. ...y area IA'AtUDK.ti. .L... .. -. No ItJ saltC6uluae. GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION. ; w t.
to allow hem to do all Ar Columbia... ..__. _". 1\0. ar rasa I Home. U... .. _... bRy 7s.1a
going 1
we are Ar I
ani ,
Slatioaery.al.i IIoR law
,1.| _., !Io.IIJ l2:SOp ArDalton Ga
they like'M.J.T. ir GrcrpburoAr Ptnvllle .".. ... ..... E.Rr YIU1 Ar ArChattanavnJTenu.lexlntlon. Ky 4 risk S c) I 54A1:! 'I E. T. CLYATT, Proprietor.

,- D. ut: StoreJIn ColoreUSTown .. .. ........Nt. I, Hlp Ar Clnrlbnatl. '"I" 4.t C I Zo -,
Ky I
:R. Knowles has on band some> i con AVX ojAiro nnH 5TRZ. T. Richmond I., Ch.ei I"'"(1-" .. 1115 I Foin l I 1"41'1' T -
.1/ I ., .. I ,
and .. .. . ,. A'l'nl'r' 11 {!_ '" RlaFour
.loti on venue H -- "' Ih "
s a1uable -
very '" ,t l.oyncubu'lI aartolrsrdls .._.._..IW.II) I 6.111' tiTlib..JnI\.tI/ Pa l.lura l ltp. ( -EO. H. MEYERSContracting
Seve b atreel. .You all better not CURED CONSUMPTION.X. Np.tly ASV' Arl'ht .'unltl 1 Pit Lln 7a4kalumuru.
0 you\ If .' 11.. W..hlnl"...... ._.__n_' 1' 1'1111111" .>unnatia ._. (::11- 134'1'
allow th.ls opportunity pass _. .. _. rkIt 2"" hr Chb.... (' III; I'
|i j At rhlladriphla: ...... .. P II II I --L
he most 11 Electrician
WAnt a good lot In popularpdrt ean'al J Ar.NrwVork_ side b''IUII''I'1, Y 1 ll' a '
you Kan., _
Mrs. D W. Evans, .. (' II ft U t tie.
of the cltl' writes: "My husband lay sick'for,three, So.;JO-"w'.shl.< rfl"> sad Room trlurida"I""I'I"Limltr4.H C.'. '' A'foWoO.\r I. : __ C--11 /1,11 I 7.lv

..1'nJ of months. The doctors said that he hadijuick Dailr' :on\illr: Pullman tu New Drawing York ,1 II Al'l'Ioblla. l-lui-tnimti.l i'a O l'I'".I'n.,1 I 11 II'UlI !lop I Launch Supplies,

many friends e Griffin tam- consumption. We procuf*1 1 a bottle -=----t--------S"I I ... ,' 1\: l'IurluusU 1.1 --l :u Foal ""' vi0j j", Batteries park Coils. Etc.

fly will lit pained to I lun that thpy of Ballard's Horehuund S>'rui. and Tbrourh"Thelandof dty" .1 Xil *, ArCrrcl.u.d: : U a CFur1 iOn JIlupi aAsa 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida. Write for pricedRITTYnBROS

are :1)1) 1\1 at their h me with the it cured him. That was !Ix'ylJtorr ago. Lt.._Jaclu.nille_ .... .... rid.-list fTTT'l I 1..1..I"o'n.AI..nlvI'". K:)) au Ry """I''' '
elite ion" of one of the boys. Mr. anti lT ...IV.0.ll, lIa. .... ... 0u. .1.1: L5 Ar at. rnuhl.4. .' 5n-.Ryy...=11....::
Siice then we have always kept a bottle f.C. ... .. ..... o ) i -
\'. E. Griffin hav our ayrpathyJ Ar l..lum .1. ..-.... .. ... .b.it 1'3' I :-0. --Ie'FlorIdat.lmu.tI'; D.Ityald" ?
Mrs in the house. We cannot liot"'Ith- A' A.hatiNr.NC.:, Y.C; ..,,__ III. l lo. aarV .,...-.......I i.i tl.r.....h .wehr.andruthsshIauntllrTrOD.
thJlr Arllut plu2' on. .. 1111 .... .. euYort.Innbu4r I
in UlnMis. out it. For coughs and colds it Las no A, .... I 6("p. i-rjr> I l4ckMHi\ill tu \ I
.. .._.. IW K1I| : > - -
has-:; ". -qual" 2!5c., SOc.. f 1. at Rdl i 'lass Arhi.Ar Luiilt ...... .. ..1 Ko. \1 I 4fhp I
a Dr: Frazier l1ed via pra( I ArClnrinuvtl.I IJl. .. \.I" :S I5" NORTHWEST.t'rrt I :: l JIIn.13!
'II'h.) .klll..1 Pharmacy. JU-ll.,. ."uhmau l"a"nr .h'1II 1411-1 |
on ) "" 775pIonr
tell w a
Ihe ..
lice Cokcly.. bc."m" Lv If'kMili\llln HaI "n> tr 1HO
CNr "Ierxraa
the wloman since Wed esda>. owing BEST LINIMENT OX EMIT! _"'i., .' 'erpu l .. __ 'I 1/I..Ir..r.,1 J ,v Jnu". (i.., !i Ho, Ky Kyi IU4IIV Si<.>. Machine + Shop

j to n4 Skagll:8: being the prisoners' ,, IArAJrn.t I I Ar Anni......,Ath J ."...1.11):, 3"1 ,.
1'1' Frazier: aile for him AlaI ... 9n Ivy 114111
physldan. i Ar Kirn-lnx.ilillH
and Henry D. Baldwin Sapt C Ity t ;LVate forld's Fair llcl'ets To I II Ar Mt-mpbi". Iron Kri. *,. II OC'I'
self great name lu the careful 1. 1.... 11441.
.aJ ... KKn..rll )1. '
[ \\' Irks. Shuilsburg. Wis., writes:'. "I .. ... i and Kerosine Engine I
profe1ronal manner In 'hlch he treated have tried many kinds of linlfnedt I' I but St. LonlsDHoi on Saleff|, nut a,. oil.";min.: .j.q"lark." _B:'I'II Gasolene

IIu\J i man I, I 11 have never received much benefit' un- I I >o.1.1.: 'i;'rlr.l9.r.la: Lira.'d." Repairing Specirlty' 'r'rGE."EnAL

\ Ballard's Snow Liniment for L ,
til I used .
E. Butler Is to r.turn' .1
)lr. fellx fjlt\X"Cf'd ... A1" JAC"-O'ILLt:1: {
I thhklt; the -1\1:1\* I ..
JUPlte t! tonl ht. Ht rheumatism and pains. lJ'V...' .1. ..-In slid tIm In i. ..llmRra' 9D: m. ;
I has ben ttom.Wt'tlt' at the bedaltQ(I of hit lliek r last liniment on earth. 2SC.. EOc. |Ll .minis KtiJiaC'lt'cH'C New York O1i.W..bln>rat).fci ,('.-.., '.,)t., v -*\.'.I"f"t.iu"l'1orldal.l.. Lil.'Id.,Abd*' l U 1.."".9:15... .m.Fiurn ID.Pfuio REPAIR WORK. "
,. KAUVKoityMni'iiiK\ .t1. i .r. i .1.. pud ,1rb1e| L .J."u "Vi IT.
Cross Pharmacy d.I'
Rpd i
brother: for Be'ral 111' 'ka He w'liDo l rat OtiU'lnmn aeTutf e -\ i ; I SHOPS 501 SEVENTH STREET, MIAMI FLORIDA.

do'it be employed In colored Town I I Bound Tnp Summer Tourist TiekeU now oil'ale. -
r 't ; absolately POSJ.lble. \if ; --- }
: -
r Bargaib House as a !esmdn.Ir.! It ai KJ3 WB jU; ", "aetreaville. --- -- :
*1 stiicl Passaajer: : Agent,
seriousaes LU3K
be present Many J. C.,
In he
Butlers a gentleman trite'sensl" conetipatA.n ,
t of th4; word. He Is 1 Iptpllhent -antpuIIee4end I : OT >!>/<,. sr and kidney- complaint: c- H. x.: jHr.o.: M. w. H TAYwd..o. p.AG.A. P- F. W. HAHN.
we predict or hint mnelto I' have 8Fn.6Efrom( neglected' .cimstipation. 3. H. F\UDWICK- P. T. M. BrTOOKSi A'I

success In this his new geld 1 of lalorn"Y Such ak' Plo ble coition Is '

We believe that the pro rletor of chi( -mecessary. Tb. 'e 'Is a P"alters.1LHerbine Atlantic Coas; Line.Quickest \ Architect and BuilderI

well k town house will Sad .It to his will speed!!, remedy

ad\'lIntjs-e to employ son I worth man' I C. A. Lindsay. P. it, BrODfc6li FIa" time, most excellent service North,(; East and West via ( I now have in my t''TIpl''yone of the lest
I 1:!: M avln\\ and Florida Special. i iolid draftsman in 'ie N niii.: :nd am ctter
New York
and d so. d threetriilin Famous
away 1\'II. : ny rites, February 12, *v ATLANTIC COAST LINE. .
: rn dictue 1 Uiu'ing' and Obtervatlon Cars I ej>ai :<\ titan: ever fur; fiirui. luny j>la-i"
little toysys Sleeping.
; .ledHerbine.Iflndil- 1 Redroes Pullman train of Compartment and detsls t r good buildings; fine cabinet :
L.Buslocsa L. g lsily except Sunday at 111 j jA
'';constipation." SOc. tnty.: electric lighted throughout leaves St. Auguatlbe I work. etc. 1 am now headquarter

almost IIUIII Pled In Cnl..orl'd ; Pharmacy r ... M., arrive New York 4:45 P. U. following day. I (or turned work scroll .awin<,r and all
k 1 T'n on account o bad weatli..r. ., .,I ... Florida and West Indian Umlted. carrying Drawing-Holm. Sleepers and ;, work u..ua11y done in a KIKST CLASS -
Through East Light Ige :0:0. SJSO: 10 Jtcksonvllle at 9:00 A. M. artily strive New YOlk 2:00 planing mill.
NETtRALGIA P.U.oS.. J ". Dtnlog Cars, leave ,
of the U. O. of O. F.Mrs. Minnie j I
P. M. following day. : for doors and win-
I Cato site of the late G+o. Cnlo, who IUJ--; j .l} Chicago gnd Vlnrld Limited, solid Pullman train of Sieepers Dining and I1tIrY.Uon II | Send me your order

I dt'1I8rt&1 I tire July 3. 1rO, r'ph'e.1 rheumatism, and fJA.tlcji; '.fir. C-.s. leaves Jacksonville daily a. 9:10A.I.,I; arrive Chicago .:001 I dow frames ballusters brackets etc.

JflY! d tars of the two hundred loiters )leld to the peneVatlngInflitfnce! .t following da,. This train carries St. Louis Bnper, arriving SL touts 1 1u and be convinced BPIAMI FLA
endowiient carried by er late hush Snow Llninvnt It pea dlralctto / IL .
baud. ler many friend with heij ltt II- I carries through
I'rejolce ab"Ballard's 8:0r. P. Mil dally
I the nerves and bone and g PDisio F'r! leaver Jacksonville :
r her in receiving tblll a nun'. This Chicago 'U P. M, 8t Loots
!sorted into the bloodi; k" h( :lIng Chicago and St Louis, arriving i
shows s th'J utter neces tt of making I Ten to

this p\1-'paral\on\ while I ,'10.11:. Every I properties are conveyed to e*
4 true we should sw tba bpr husband: 'uf the body and effect some wow ft "fu The quickest by LooUrlll .MAKE RES VAT.ONi': PROMPTLT. :

z ". while ill good health mt'S a mp01-'I ,cures-:25, SOc., and |1.. at Red rt OSII < Louis *nd one hoar. to Paswnpcrl! AKCTII.: Ja'klOOlI\'m.; Fla.
her ofome I't''ret order or IrsuraaceF I FRANK C. i'OYLSTO.o.DI..I"'t II
!:armaev. i. The Racycle.l
company. and see that b keeps It I
: lip. ______ I:
This I" bir' after be I gon.. to the> I I

great >yoail. Mr. GeoJ Cato was a I DISASTROUS WRECK; : SEABOARUA: I Differs from the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth
.taltbf t member In the above lodge: Carelessness Is responsible log any

and'te one of the. charter memliers I"i railway wreck and the samil r j t use ? Line Railway easier, and is propelled the same way.

and athll; death was the worthy treas- .10 making human wrecks oltul erersitOut I
urer.. this money be used for Throat and Lung troub! ant'lice :FOR I The less the friction the easier the push.

good p May e lie advent of Dr. Kings, New Columbia Camden( Southern 'Pines I The Racyde has less friction on its Crank .Bettings
Discovery for Consumption ''Coughs annah '
j lBaltimore.R .
pf I tad Colds, even the wont cal>i San? be Say llC\S&., Richmond, Washington, .: > than any other bicycle.
c !| H. 8..Peters, ow ier and master New r ork. .
ared.: and hopeless Jls
of h. gasoline Beat Ever,,
t'' from Dover, N. J., is aft ute to Flor longer necessary )Ira.. Lois (Uragg, of Two Elegant Trains Daily. ?1umbi1g

ida. The captain' Is ed by Dorchester, M..., la ,one of :ttanyWAOM : :Seaboard Mail;
life saved I Dr King \ard' Express
'ilia was by <> g
wife and uother. They will spend Seatx
the winter In Florida.. Belt Ever New Discovery. This treat remedy U Midern Pullman Equipmf'nt. establishment in
guaranteed for all Throat and i I have an up-to-date plumbing
Tie Lung -
ia a trim craft <.feet. over all, | I ropst
and lei: feet 6 Inches hm. She Is ;- by all druggists. Pats COe. from iMbbttTJieUotleilOrleias.k.n connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and am
and |L Trial bottles tree; 1\IIlf\ ,"ough sleepers
fitted ap with one 12-hor power Palmer '
\ do the best work. Call and see me.
call of th prepared to
f. gasoline engine, 3 apt. Peters .f I t .-m a.lid sleeper rwervationk! on any agent

flies toe flag of the Pissalc Yacht GEO. L. MCDONALD For, full ink Seaboard, or write '

last Club.Mtyat The Best Trenton Ever and oat was launched built' ChUbglkNr |. INNELL) GL' g; 1Ic saarllle'FI&RCJYLS1ON.Jr. I M. J. MCDONALD ,

.there 'by Hiram Welter's Son*.-Jack- i t mTtm aad 8.MlTl
touTnlq) Metropolis COCOANUT GROVE. rLA. J .* .

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OM....... J. B. Pattet.r. I& 1.\ "A TARTAR TRICKSTER -
tIIIi DIEECTOST Conrad J. A. Parr1ib Allah ILCI'OIII&1Id THE HUMOR OFJAPASOKES SnsBSUBBBBBBBBBBBSk ttb. I I, oooooeooo.e.o.eo.e

StmtKXE caraT JUDGES.K. J. G. Rhodes, a. W.Clark. Way .. Triad to s.a a Ts Mstk Mi ..
N THAT AMUSE THE NATIVES i\ a r-l..... i iI Ds e
P.Taylor CUM Jiutkw.r. P. c. Role, C. JDrat. I I I XL\TS.rOCmY
I 0 ( ;
: H
..B.B.(Mabry.;aster AUlldMehlClee.II. AiaoctMe JuUee.4Ioaa1lDkaUoo. .. ., Gaston ReI11 y. J. aDopgly OF DAI NIPPON. ,I I At stepped the innual with fair a in Orman-Rnssisn MJnl Xovforod STILLEY hI.A.4a..r1/p.DEGGS.,

.to aD) of the IIta&fI 0 rtmau Rush Dr. W. aDorn i---
E. 0
add friend Into a where be wished Goad. Ikllrsr.d Ftea.
".,.. Court"'uI< fjT & mace. J. K. Rumps to purchase valise lie
I a picked
riU C. H. F..., ston'.. Th v Dvrl**' .0 000IbIY J
h. SK TOR&.r.eJux.I'.TYillaSerro I Erwin W. W. Raulersun ., out one for which the .Tartar merchant .
Who Dlda't Fear BergenTaW'rtIiaa
$ Rumph Geo.Ftbsell. : named ftrlce"-tllat .
Enloe. Dr. G. a was evident- -
,JaokiunTllI ( rifle Wk. r..MBt Writet .
w Nfe.hra' Mallory. r-ro...coU. / G. C. Safford L. D.I ., 1 ly much In excess of Its real value' My '
a E. G. In a reilcw of a ittllctUou of funny friend was muklni the |usual feint uni -
1:. ... (autlls.E' I Flanagan R. B. fienll.; I .'
orles calltil "KoLkcl toh..wlI" such! leading
llyuku i Jer clrcniiKtunnn( or the
Frederick J. S. Saxelby J. Q.
, (rpibrwloir ..fheI ...;( ''I I Mr. Kulto Tendzui the JHIHIU Morelnn' lie nollcrtl that the dealer.
Lm kotrNcl..\ s. l'al.l .i.fc. Franz J. 8. Sulznet C, F. i j
Ii. Mull 'IU.h'1l; the full..wlllit as ulth a rapid Iriuvetaetit'stuck; a
| r Second lrt t-lrt >< Mf8 to."' I IGerlack. A- P. Jullu'. ) ft..r'lu SoRCfA6TY
..!>.. I Smith IU..I I : l I', nlarly charactorUtlc of Jupa the outside |I"...ki-t\ df!; his vallHe. Not

R.AILIiOA CUY81. ll'lIo"II.. Gtrtman James Stoneman F. B. : IM.ln/: n L-ri-cnliorii ..In 1t1l.. la. he knewhnus.liat.

I Gomph G. o. R. Sulzer A. E. .: jj.Vcrtalfr government .m"'nl who In .-ly uh.it ,tinT.irt.ir was up

B Browne Kri a'wr. UGaraaa: Gautier T. N. Shanahan, M. r,1 .Iell hues ....1 to lie tailed a "diik to. 1
iL IL Burr LtI h ttt.rt.LC.Dauu.Slwbax. I ,
I. L. Mnrcan. .a"'I."{ I I raham. S. Se'\\'ell. John au. ." hint no\v Is known a* a "i intin" i "Hut. ".Irlll." still: ilnj h litter, 'ullillj .

; .. ('iiik. ,II. j.Carthelde, .C. H. Sl> R. H. ) ihe.ul of h dltttrUti." having INIMIrecently hlni hark co'ue. I.iokilt; the leather ;
......er. urul i thceb o/ tlI. ymour. J. At AlYtY1
s T HE q I Gramling J. C. SO..I1". ". P, t nppolntcd l<, a certain al li:>tr1it. tend tie! lining M,'.;.ill. !! tjironuh. I'letmeux.iinmc ,
: ,h 'lIjCal.1 In tour of liisKvtlonthe II eireluICi. ." tie h.tinled., tile i
; H. B.Cautler. as a | t tI
C. F.C&MMISS1oNI.E. Gallatt, F. Shaw 21.1111[4 iA+(k t.a
f R. B. Taylor. R. R. i i :t hen his noticefuH uttractetl l>ypr I .. valise again I ti 'in.\f| fr:liinl! lad turucil .
Mm B. Brill). >U mI.I ;,! Lack tO his htlMJx. restly looking
i > < il(, of an old man who was too I, app|
SES4TollsrH.I1ISThll'1'I 'GrlMnl;. A-.L Turnage J. r. i .ay to walk straight for other ",.." liels to shi?n'. \\'Hit u nly I 1

;.ltlllbracID, Bl.ifard sou r u CoufltlH.JHeu. ; Glrtman W. H. Tatum B. B. J J' ':omlt'rlnwho the Intoxlcatwl m.in wink mj O.rini 'II'/'r,1| ji ten ruble

I Hayes J. H. Tatum J. H. uld l>e. the dit-trict otllcer uccostedm note froln the oilier picket
E. ... D.niri.; him Drat h.sp4DE I I Hill L. E. and after lunch dltliculty uwr Use and hid| it III his liind. 'then he''

CO ST,}' IEPRE9ESTATIVGrahftui I Hunter J. G. "Watson C. H. j:!,Lund that he was the head of the tail "I iU't tronliik| yourself :011\' loii::- Tk T 1

W Whig Fulford.. t tt : Hili, William Whorton F. H. > which he had come to IIIHHHL, vr. This \ nil", sis-ins to l IK wh'.lt jou8uy WavolyHflDse-Bae.j 1

f I It I Hetherington Ja Wblte. E. LHeyser It to be his duty to make use ill... mull will! t.akts it" I : I
OFFICEKa.Coa.iti I I iJUIe :
COUNTY! The Ttirt.ir jinmilly
t A- E. Wall T. A- ocranion for obtaining reliable Kniniiil as he. i I
Judge-APrn f. HryM-r. Vuunl.. I I li: the dlxtrkt otfii-er M..kedtnHT lurued .iroiniil. K..lNli l bat Ins little! ....
Count *uorn y-f J r.faedrtafaml.. I Hall W. W. Wbaler. H. T. 'I't. 108 [ijhlfe! SL
Cktk ill Olrcull bull and H<- | how many houses and how trick. h.ul .11..h..1.! | eu while mjrTrieiid [ MRS. ISABELLA WAVERLY. \ M ....
C.1lrarbom.ib J ...rore.bb.rtaJohn I j Hahn F. W. Worley G. A. I ....rE
-L Frt jioet. .a..mk I Hughes W. D. W\lson. J. I. II ) ; .he tjnk hull on of ,
lIlt.' 'here are list houses and mules uudualtw \ price < e more ''
atGrocr.A.eaacxalaxe CoUeclot.fTaz. -TLnr r. naro r C. lea I ilorner J. W. Woodworth J. F. Included <*) ptrnons In .tue the r.illse III order an'i coldly' to dl,.- ,

". ILRsu.r It 'I.hlLl.. M..t.boat Mn..n.I.TYrunrrrt. Jonel, n E. "'lulon.R.'s., !: '." replied, the man. I'urzled. the cover the l.ank' n.tie in (,t. I .h.1I1 mvcr Hinson House. 1

( lIl"'nDI..d..t Oli.of uhi It.nl. ..' Kolb A. J. Zlmanlea C. L. j itficer a<-k..1. "How can that 1*?" forget ins eyw. h'i! !J linluml out of .

:.T. VrrritU fcurn** ...... .. .... ..There IB nothing wrong about thaw ; their ..'...keta. or the. 'p''mticd smile on I
Board of tlounljrs ( .11 mi.' .0-- < his tare. w hen lie f 111,1 I h'' Newly,Furnlsned.' In new location. .
LalnhkrUChairmiiil, '(Lt "P.'Ra..I. : 1'jilied the head of the \lll.ife. "!te- s inoiie) I Rates $ 1.50per da
AlcbM.' Jnpitrr: ifs K. ..' I".' ... >iJonaiftll. ..' I KIIUC. He wts: sn I 1.\, iI.Io'II',1 that het: SPECIAL BY WEEK 331 14th St.. lam'FIorld3 '
'...... .. (I es lln'>e sixty there are any amountIieople ,
*.wrat t. a. C..1c-Iw' ( Tae late K>uii i-liir t... Ui.iiruiau 01
tmt.f.f! I.eAft'., ... ..'... ....0 ..<. leans! for Dublin, va "orviuurkalilv I ifre{ in theHIago.. but since( they I t'tlllll"I+elti like"The a. 111'11111.//o in..in. .
koid.J>Ua I j t.11rl"! Ilv' "IV; I t' L'et n Iea-
> creatures who know not what it IN t
for lily foiualo I {
""\:011.11..11:11' JL I I leniency: to soil," buy frii'iiA Niiil 11" t,1 I<' m I erm.iii. I
| that seldom : o'drink they are not, I take It. worthy
dn' r 1\\ Mle I hat' kept the trd r I IntiixMisc i
f menltuued"LI I t .
i being 1
'tt.It.5' f<> |r..! ...'tClrlali 'Wfil*. sItttdwhen lie-presldat.) I hnre fore"" 1'.1 in nines !hrl! .,.. himlui, ;:
.tJ ., .. 't'I..1 j On one w,tir.lou when thin Immune upon a time It happened that the ( Come and See
: a t ,J ? I him+ had 1..n.k n ot 1 :1 ;tin r w.t'i Us
1'rnwu.g .. ru .. ".. r .n'. C'"t r. liarristcr nu< in the chair look- rte ur mx. burglars, armed with .
CJirto'CciiJiLUt 1..... u.e,. a ;' i'+ords nod shouting like turn attack.Ink the.ili. ,.o. wh'ch! \Hie rl'r: now uf I Iferetl ;.
Fall T..o' rln atmt.cnaea.rnt ins Muinim wim put t;> HIP bar of till! I' for less til'a h.ilf toy whit lie h::ddemnnleil ,
aberlr-1 v> '"... .. .I .... couimisxlon at'whkh nil enemy the .,tiattlelleld came Opposite the Postoffice.
Nnpdaf. curt presidedthe
la'f"r- l In
'iiiiil 1
: r.lUz ,
If .. a'i- to. rln
r bo of certain
>pnBiTt-u <- i \ :ncini; Into the house n
" sl..d.j wArt .r 11" : not no equally gallant huiuam-Huron S.though I-erliaj .1 I nfc-tor. The whole hoiiM-hold. with tbet'ptlon Ituokluters M.I.;:.I::ine.. I
li- PUT.a'otmtt ; .
t UAOI- tffbh1Y ilx of the IIII1MI<'r. were pnraIw I-
She was Indlctiil for uttering forted OUR
.. IS
.Jtadlli<'-Allin s 4.M Id. cluiini "
felt iron
; eta though
.. .. bank notes Act-onling:! to usual form Full Line of
eI-.4WtuLerTrmFT !.. uJauraj fSprlugTerm f phiced around ,them and not HardwareSASH
101 law. the clerk of the crown asked I II' I
IIlImm"rTen"th.F'r r! **Monza!'''''''') :,D III"orI arty; the prisoner if .lie van ready to take j ,' moved; hand or fcxit. They Iioii't ImliiUe i'l |I..>rsoiiiliti j : (>!i. TheyInMinilih NEW AND

. I' t1j8il..11 In terror to what would I and
eritTerw-Fuss 4'da! r :. .1.c I her trial. I nee return "' OMtli.iii they
1a,UIU'BI". CVHAINlSYII.d." : With ......-omlIlO; disdain she answered II i wien. IJ and behold l. the rob- sturt, d
8. So CbOb. JitoU.r.. "Nor: SL' was told by the clerk she their departure without I'.in'I mention f.imiifemN.. It em- I COMPLETEPrices FarmingImplements

w. ii.Itol.I4 RLtlatrr.f I must give l.tr reasons why. I lit tJlIlIn' :: a tblnir. Though they could 'linrms-ies the li>>teiie,.. iniJ you lire sureI : PAINTS
r (lJitE 'IE1TIBr.aarrfa i I U.> tell what wan the meaning of this to n-Kret It. ,
Aa If are:nhig to bold conversationwith I j I
...' J t : .. and! 9th are Low
.Uf. aft
cq itiunee certain It that
procceillm wan '
,,?rs.cb'na.ternrItay IIIOn-.O. at s I.."."I "tk. the ctn>lal. abe thus addressed' iHin't talk of 11.,' costot! IlIln!:". It
Su4ar I cbd. t. ecktk .eapti.t tuna his lordship: : "11) lord. I won't bo I h'' family was 11:1 fl'. nut where wash pl\e the rich a chitiiof: !! or laastful.
;> ,"m.rayt aweUr.a fly bend of the house? After Rearchni ,
'aopIe'l I H' .t..... tt"Alat' hr tried here at all. I'll be tried by my; fleas and may l.e I'mlmnlI"11I1O to the
We4 fed J I.III il I W' t..T.... h., 'r.JlJrt'aobl Lord E." ; tbnniKb the rooms they found him 1,, poor J. W.
1I I bin aat7. Then he stood In WATSON
t.l'': o.u w.Crn. l'(..n ;: ItIirCad.thsttetrnyrr The simplicity; of the woman, coupled! dlspet l i Ik>II't tell your |>crxonal Interentmoccupiitlons
a.. midst of the medicine
: daf fit hH me.nht:u n..1/1.adayat1:10o.m1Su -; with the well known character of E.. drugs, spoon hopes| or iiHpiratlon; .. Nobody ,

t:r.cIk r.t .ra. t .. raiwod a roar of laughter in the courtwhich jh baud looking fierce and triuraphant9V I,I wants to hear thvnijand:! you giveyour

aptcMoga2'eor,.o.ta.r1uai .. even fhe bench could not re lKt. are you doing here?" inquired dignity a mortal stab.Ihtli I II I Ii '
ra .or of the members his household. .. __ .
Ii nt -- 0. -- 'n
Baron 8., with his usual mtldneij, I t discuss children If you have I, tWe
ILLeivacu.CoytrrtnneI'rJ' lIb 4in' 1ling. he replied "Thobc robbers !i i
Mr*at-Preaehtntpt relock ... ... '(. ir'.j was about to explain the Impossibility '' : any the chances are yon are boring I
choot Lit ....; P ..rhli.., at /:18 p.tpwotth .. of her being tried by; the popular judge Were perhaps as noted as Kumasaka.Cbohan. thane who have not If you have none =ancUeJitheQliver :
IX TM sea. B. J.nler. sob a-! said "He can't wlunUic 4 but they may thank their'i are sure to be mortally wounding
try you 'you
..-.-:--P. m. Pakt.r ....1..1 g 'v..t "visa stars that they have got off with their '
..u.tf.I'.C'rt..II. Oltitirl 1.j. H' "....TK*.h. lives! Had they pushed matters a little I'
; with
: uu Inimitable sneer exclaimed: : discuss dress. The lady whose
further entered this dispensary
Ta I'ITCav.c..pIt.AM B a.d.tractYordag K"> "Can't try me? I beg your pardon iiot I evening gown you are scoring mayhave
Prsw. II oVVoeV: eetdaytkaodMa..IaeeatagFtayer1.1b one of them would have left It
; ..dn < my lord; be tried me twice before." come direct from Paris, wearingthe
kllve. I
Amused by this remark, one of :
I" 1JO; Holy laeisrlst. stun R.BcidMlsiSoeth. wI bhe was tried, however and for tie newest thing, and the whole subject I.
I FlMtsixl thirdeua.fafAI ; the members of the family rejoined:: I : I I
yUUle MOT s4 "omt II at rnrnMt third time acquitted. j jI "R'ltho11t swoN hn ar ': Is a hopeless one anyway.-liar- <
| o.-.t JJ&P..-j >. (.. FEU *.. Imrt.raanvrsmiAS. I' a or a pistol pert Weekly. : r. r
.. .. d1tiiied' these robbers' Because It U superior to in Ot ers.
191k arsea'd a iPmschhueven
aun".>, _....,,at'.l t'i Urk.W Wker TlBM !. Xtkla.. .,l Cai yon kill robbers with a spoon T: I We are selling thee toot '--

'. ....?.? MHH>i. -......!W M. 1'lj.CWRISTUJi .r&.'..: .r.' ... I MID Mary E. Dunham in hers:' boot Whereupon thel; doctor with One self'I The Ii...... Laaaag.I our price and, term are -ay. If pea
f" Korean Is difficult ( "t
a language to
of travels
through the Balkan states aasurance, replied: "How many thousands '
want good
a let tefl
machlnf, u
t;( HM i N* nt. ...... a rl. learn. Trifling errors are 'likely to lead r ysB
she found that the Idea of fI
&. P. Cu,.,,' .atrrd<". A't .MT.pi .. says women i of lives have I taken by mea as about the
.l tM.> _.everv Hnodnv.3OARD trayeling without a male escort In Ibt this apoon! What to me are the I a foreigner Into great embarrassment ?I

-'I" -..-. those countries strucf the people whom of five or six robbers? Lucky It was only tbe smSfest. mistake that OLTVKR.

MIAw > OF TRADI. she met aa most singular. A Montenegrin pups to get off aa they did:" led an Impaaloned-pe.c er to warn |I II| .. ,. .

PrwIt1eBt. WAdat4 Y. BnIWL was also astonished at an expend. The son of an extremely Illiterate his congregation that unless they repented I I I
lint V1c..Prddsef. '*'. w. Idaua iture of money upon travel whichseemed peasant waa In the habit of bringing they would be relegated to "a I I

J. snena Ttos-PrssUwrt. 3. B to him without an adequate .his copies borne day after day. his cellar." tlie Korean words for cellar j

strstary. B. V. BcsctmaaTreasurer. purpose bands and face covered with the Ink j and the nether world being, almost .......
I '
!, B. B. Tatom. The English, be had been told, :wanted I tint should have gone on his copy. Identical.! In like manner tbe story

Board s< Oo".ra._ W. 1C. aow. to see and know e.ef7lh1nirThe)' Thinking It well to exercise his paternal of Lazarus, who fell sick.was! told to ( A machine: shop baa been added to

T. T. Hoon.. B. Lammas. A. B. Herssr. traveled) everywhere It muat*'he avery authority over the lad even' In retard a Sunday school class with an nnauthorized ,; our lair* establishment' to satisfy the

J. R Rrtlhr. F W. Hahn,W. W.Rea expensive habit It had perhaps I to bla school lessons, the father ending. The native form of j demand for a first class repair! shop '

.:. X lob S.wetUTANDINO I I cost me !8, lie suggested, to come this One day commanded the boy to show expression fa'"entering a sickness" !' for AUTOMOBILES and GAS ENGINES \

: $ CDMUITTBES.rsAaao. distance. I admitted that It had, and him his writing. Looking It over with and by a trifling confusion!! tbe teacher I and that deparmient is In
W. A: Pat rsoe. & L.j be expressed great astonishment at the the air of be criti was made to declare that Lazarus entered I I
JSJDM __. R. {H.; an expert penman charge of rkllled machinist!. W* are
_.poles:. T.j
lavish expenditure. I claM various strokes This stroke la a bottle. ,
:VorMy. o. A.BRIIJGERBsfera. ttHahnTr. at your serviceLOFTON. r
M': JeekUs FR. "And It takes not only money;, but I tOG tong; this one too short. These! two 1 .

'" .: W.: Rosa. C. J.; J're osrlck time" said my companion j strokes are too far apart." observed Ilse .r lk. British Ep'_ I I

':. 4. B- $ I He laughed merrily. "Time! What tbejrather.IfBut The British empire occupies about

HEALTH: AND BANTTART-Jaeksoc. Is. UnieT Time I I..* nothing. Ton live, ," said the boy "the writing one Efth of the surface of' the hablta. E1NIG. i

J. M. Jr.; Front. :W. W.; ''Bnlo*. nhspto and then you die." The Idea of' reckoning master tells as to write them aa I have ble globe and consists of the United

: F4ear a. RAft: Ktaw. H. K. I IBnmta -time" amused him Tull,.: dtibi" "Show me the copy" Jerked Kingdom with Its attendant Islands Successors to Lofton Johnson. OppaHU Post Office Miami Jim.

AND HARB< -RS-oaru-W' Time," auld i' Hungarian who wan! out the father. The boy produced the and about forty-three dependencies under

Oaa. H.: Raa pII. ,fcd.ard C: Tatnm.BO. of the part)'. In order to show his cnperior co ji. which his father began to ex- separate and Independent governments .

,. B R: Bkanahaa K. { h I knowledge "is thought very amlde closely upside down. Why varying In size from Canada. > I

:.1 RAILROADS AKD' JI'R.I'IOB'ljSItad : much of by the English. I have' been yon f fare holding; It upside down: ex- which Is thirty times tbe size of the .

,, 4 f.BrwlB.:II:. L.:Wm.Laflsr.W.:C.McDonald.D.: Lommns.J., .A. told that theyhave a proverb whichnays. dalibed the lad. Not to be beaten, the United Kingdom to Gibraltar tbe area. j' Do You Intend To Build and

Time Is money'sWe father of which Is two miles. Thus til
--THARmrS-Bylngfw. II:. 'T.: Cheat- replied: "Don't be so conceited: square
I. K: DoqIaa R 8. Gaae-' corroborated this report to the I, fill i holding It for yon to look at, of' area of the Rrltlsh empire! is ninety- ,

xi ani.. C. t..il.ekiJn. astonishment of both men, for I even cottne. Tou could not read It were eight times that of tbe United Kingdom SAVE MONEY? I

aniucCLTijRJ. !:.- I:. tr.: the Hungarian thought this was golii. Itlnmed the other way. Listen to while the area of tbe self governing I

: ....., F. 8-: Tmtuml J. H ; 0rUr..... A. rather far. The Montenegrin tbouuht What ls said to you and don't fancy colonies alone U nearly sixty times I .
It one of the wildest statements be bad that of the mother in whic'i all branches of the Building
,M: Does I. K. iSC I yon know everything." aa large as country. I INFORM THE
'1'uB BUILDnfO _. J ".: ever met with and shook his posted London Globe.
: .The above reminds us of a story thatconcern T des are represented Themembers
'tkdgs.-H. c.: RelJI J. r: -...-. head. Talra Klyomori. It Is re- I of this association cheerfully .

;*a; Whaler. R. TJICAKUFACTURESFrtswIv btted thud In the time of the Help re- ........ ContractorsAssociation

Gla : ladlmrt AMWCTS.Yankees i bellion, the rebels attacked Klyomorl's' Of the things shut make;) for happiness will tnrniftb plans "pecifica
dbor. T. V.; Conrad J. A.; Rhedsa. R. are said to answer one tions and estimate AddreM
question nimp very suddenly one day. Losing the love of books! comes Bret.
Vl: Relay J. R Ik W. I IcDICATIOIaALBUr : by another Turks meet questionsby hull .presence of mind. Klyomori; put A book unlike any other friend will I

: W. W.:; QautUr. Rsdawnd B. another sort of evasion, quite Its Ir oh hl* armor In a great hurry the back wait not only. upon) the hour but upon Contractors Association

LhJIe, A. U: Baxtlby. J. OjJtlns u. ritating. SIr A. Henry Layard says In part,front Some persons near pointed the liii nl. It asks nothing'; and (:the : ( MIAMI. FLORIDA I

: Kolb. A. J..RYIORATIONB. | "- hU "Autobiography" that during a 'out the mistake he bad made. "You much when one comes Inl| the rlebtway. .

.. BMM :. Journey through Asia Minor be met a have Is world small
jack r a put your armor on the wrung your a ;:
Tstum.1X H. Docn J. -sb I F. U ; they exclaimed. "It Is not so. one, >y
1nMt'!+ J. W. 4 I asked; hlni bow many goats be pas jraiinly i answered Klyomori. "As the petty cares? Are.the heart and soul of .......... .. .....- .---...

r. 'TERTAIN1/LM1.RbtaAM, R. ... sensed: ,leninfror is wimlng behind I have put i you east down by bitter dN.ip|>ulut-
'L C.; Ganhsld. C. a: R J His reply w.... "As many us passed lid::I the armor so as to have the front I meulVinil.l you leate it ill if only COOLEY & HORNERThe -
: J B.: iew*". John. Jt. 17'1 I by .OIL" partj: facing him. It would be Impolite I for i.u hour .nul mine back with a new r-
kDVERTOrNO-TAtum. B. R: 8tn "Isms said 1. "I did not count them
of view ? Theft the ofa
tOibkve the hunk part of one's armor point UMII[ covers
F. R II:. '1'.: Blactaafa. Bow are there I Real Estate and Rental
*a. : ByiQftoo many I i fating an euix-rjr.| Without altering book. From the ".Mns'.er'x Violin." Agents .
.. VHtlMrIatt( F. "The same number I took with me ,
It lie: went out to battle. 1 !
ThifoniUtOttaaO to the uwunt lllB." The term "yabu" Is applied to datots 01...R 12th Street. ::: :;: Opposite First National Bank.
era r ar: "But how did take to the I
m8C7 I many yon : who prescribe wrong medicines. "Oh." niKH-reil the ....!If Important( I _
JL Jackson. mountains ...
qoa Now. It happened once that a quack lawyer who was cn>s< t'xllmbtln.u: I
rows. W. M. Kolb. A. J. "As many as I bad. I i: having been the means of killing the think you know It nil:
Jerneth J. C King. h. WItummna. It was useless to inquire any further. ,only son of a certain house the par I "Not .1".It.! ." 'il>ll.I tli3! write s.
\{asHlng a caravan of laden camels | .
'hilT R. J. E. >nti. determined to have their revenge Fur Iriaiai c<*. I il nit kiiuw how you .

..It/ A LaSalle. A. L. I aMifd. \v one .of the drivers whence he'i ieam : ori him. So they cued him at a court miiii.iKe to .....11..... an ix-casloii.il cllrut tChicago DOANE & RAULERSON

Sown W. n I" Mer. C. D. "From tlralside," was the answer ,I ofI i 1:w. The affair was eventuallypatcfieil : New ". I Ii .
.. ,
'; 1611. F. C. !o cDonald. J. A pointing withies finger In the dlrec- I'I up by the worthy quack giving
the bereaved parents his own son In Tfc. rmwmr. I.KALKRS ix
i I j
111I1D'; W. M. Maynard. W. cerritt. Lion
\ I return for the one he had killed. Not i j old Ontlem.in Sin.-e your uncle lea
toVn r
: E. T. ; Z. T -But from wbat
logton 1 I.t hg after this event the said quack i you thnt I leu ley. Mrsj ('"""ey,,you must
: 1adrE. L. 1ufer.0. "The town Is there pointing again 1 pjlrd\ a loud kuca-king at his door one !1 And your tunic In llfi much :smontber. Choice meats, Live Chi *<<...". Choicest Poultry.AttenUon .
11. ) r;..... H. "But the name of the towirK; | ,iiht .' ..... I .>I. .: ,
: 111e,. B. eyers. i t On golntf- the door be was Mrs Shiirv < l I .lunrw.. "'.*. IMfolml

ledge. IL C. i orse. Fred S. "It win/ toward Smyrna. l i'a ifnrmeil that ,nne of his neighbors I 1 the moro ye hot, to ate the more and dressed poultry FAIR TREATMENT_ : !
And the _,
KO colloquy] t'lIdl'j1.Thl" v
Joal C. D. Moore.: T. V. habit is derived from the was dangerously: III and that 'i
1rcIlne. I. M. McDonald.! W. I pli-lnii entertained by easterners|I.11a oft %I e ence was required at once. j .J. I

:1ctu. r. W. )(cKlnDon..G. AKelson. >traugpis. who are generally takeQ for to bis wife he said: "This .. ... .. : 9n- to C. H.Cl gLCLERr' iI i
| '
lckmm E. V. Edwin government officials on some missioni.niuected -egtlre, clderntlnu. my dear. There Judge; -Had you any prn9'ofaUoa for' I ...al.bhtah.d t... _. ...- !
I Is-no knowlhKbut that, It may: end lat I' s..nltlnarthloc; man} Prisoner! bod. Corner IJth St. and A\e. I) ..... !. !-
Peck. with
1.111(. w. B. R. J.Prout. : taxgatberlng or other ,
Luslueas iHr taking youXrom me. yer honor. lie wndn't folght!-Pock.
dlilaMeful: the .
!I- Dill J W. W. population j I
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!!..t' .".r 1'f':: ,:,r!_r<:.,""14 f

i. ,

\, I satisfied until be Is at
HEY I Win Avoid Frictlo I i A man Isnever '
MORE THAN "10 the Incidents of Mr.., sevelt't'' his own funeraL

KNOW HOW TO USE j past administration he had L0 i placH -

: In a positon In which he,_.x_. to fig": John )(. Lorenx. the I II Brooklyn musical "UNM
tweeting f be stockhtdd.era I K BLVDIFfERISNT
''tik for what he deemed wasj'nJi ht. an liident composer Is about! to go to Mex- .;
ant Trul'l ,
tlhlft",1 Florida i there is no doubt that, the Pjfr'' .5;: I ito to make his home. : He I Is the author -
kllOnvlllO Wt' i- '
In 1c
easlonrt'qllirt's of Dlati and a
ready to do this whenever/ I of "The
neiulay Ifor' the purpo: & of arranging;! I t f i I tLeorauon.i
L It. If the! tqtiestion! II mays that won pa:lal He
for apphinK, !: for article, of inrorimra ..pushed to the front ,,for thiijttcxt" four i I is leaving this country at the age of 57
T ton and charter the i ;entlemen) inter ': years. It will be bfceause1> !,the: Pre-,1 I expecting to find his nee home a moreappreciative

FfPd1J're confronted | with a uniquebut dent is so placed that he 1.Ut. hate to and sympathetic- people
eneourajrlnif( !: proll ,11km. fight or surrender a prl i i'le, an,1 1 1i and l to accomplish' the life work which
found that I p "Io 1( to Ih '
It wa
i when it conies to that there is no i i he believes himself capable
arum of SI,500.fIIllI Thad b?n nub ; I
doubt what he will, do, rega illess 1 I '
scribed while' the I' motors of Ihjj i
'L1 1
I IIirf'8t i t '
l' i NOTICE. .
i t ,
terprlRpr determined t. I t
convinced t
I i I J'l: 1 am firmly jha during I I Notice is hereby ;given that Flora G. t,1' (
keep I capital stock (town to I.OM hM n1t..rm he 'will wh'fenevJT poOlsl-i it i I l : I Ias I
f Filer, B. Wal-
W. A. George
Graf. I wag nPC'C'SR8 thPretorP .a" Simpson
f. : hip avoid stirring up rs-ei;i ejudicerrognlding .
] dron Jeanette L. Brown, and Mary \
one of hr first aMS t'tbe that it'' is baifj: IIot only C.I ,
ors to have 'down t e sub'tctiptionFto Wainwright associate j themselves
In th-
for all people white and I li
form a Library Association, and after !
the and to his en.1 a rom.nlluee
'Mock bla't'
the holt>. and .
10 Swath, but fur '1' : four weeks publication'of this nolle*
was appointed aeLToe wv..t
if the South will meet lf w-.y < will apply to the Honorable Minor S. I L,
Charter of the new InlItlll lon ,I frictiod"bii' jI
'i I there "'11h\ s no i a long Jones. Judge of the Seventh JudicialCIrt'Ult. t
was' an.t'adoptl' ,I and tb'r (capital '
majd stride can be made he permanent presiding In and for Dade
wan otpcially'' fIx..d $1.000..011. It i ;' .
,! settlement of the ra ee'i' >r blem.Is county Florida, for the following charter -
was be&uu ary to elec 10ffieC'ra 10 manage I -"-" : I That Is the Deep and Well Found f.on"lcllon In the rubUc; Mind regarding thebOLRECT
of I 'o1l'any until a Georgian ; ,
'. and these were ARTICLE I. I II
the (tbjbURlnf."S( I
I ..: I' "The President Is hall', I, 'ror lan. The name of the corporation I shall be I' CLO HE3

Walt r F. t oachm presl. '-nt ; W. : himself and all oplnionS'toMhe contrary the Lemon: City Library Association I i

Jennings; \Brat tl 1 preidethur ; Ars no section: of the c. nin n- has u located at Lemon City, Dade county, alld-Tailored by chloss Bros. and Company. Baltimore.
'j )'" ") 'lee-prC'"ltlenL ; warmer place in his h<>8.
There .'ere1Irlou.. matters In eonncctio of his mother's family. Ii rfognlzes ARTICLE II.- ..
with! Ibe'usl ess ventur dl- the difficulties which the Southern people The general nature''' of the business

cussed and the Ind iallons for this face, an I can i-nilerstaftd! the feeling to be transacted shall be to establish :
great banking InMl1I ion appeared toI I against him, though reels that and maintain a public library and reading -, They are markedly 'upcrior' in style and workmanship -

be exccetdtngly brlgb I lit I is unwarranted and nn lit th He be- room, and to do such other things' to other makes of ready-to-w ap-

The ebmpany hu p (chased the MercantileaExchange lle\es however, that no ,: step forward as may be productive of the education, parel. Don.t be deceived by the clothing pictures 4''
Ba k and .11I take In the settlement.: '(the race I|, amusement or Improvement of Its
cbargeof that bank eis soon as they I'problem! can be mad unless It is ,, member or the community In which It you see in the magazine advertisements. $i

are ready to open fa business. founded on right and justice] and It Is I Il shall be located, and to buy, sell, lease, Take these elaborate illustrations and compare
( whlcn baa made him so I mortgage; or hold such real estate or
I this feeling : them with the clothes they claim to represent
tenacious In standing by his I!action in other property as may be required for
LET US HOPE THA THIS i and watch the effect
the Crum and Indianola jcasW I am the purposes! herein mentioned. upon your opinion.

f" STAT ENT IUTRUE.NewtYork sure the records will snoii that no ARTICLE III. I "Fine pictures do not make fine clothes;', is one .

more negroes have bc.C'.1I; pointed. to The qualification; 'for membership : of the Schloss 810gan This make of cloth- .
Nov. According to a
office by Mr. Roosevelt thac his pre- shall consist In the acceptance of the ,
close friend of Presl nt Roosevelt the \ ing stands on the genuine quality actually found
decessors. .n\ proposed member by the Association, .
r South Ja gain 'n that the President "I firmly believe that tilt1II, set his and the acceptance of the obligations : in each garment. Look for this, label. It is a

I' not the 'ne nt'r pt that section, face against any drastic actlpu by con of membership a* laid down in the coin mark of sterling value. The suits shown
hall bo ; of tltlrrnt
1101' i ary against the South.; and that If charter and rules of the Association
grew : by-Jaws ,
npthe''race gnest'urTbisstatement I wll'let: him he in the illustration but faintly presents the
I- the 'Southern P wet made by a man will be a good and vkluaMb) friend." ARTICLE IV. latest shape of Double and Single Breasted sackWe .
.close f.o the Pres'd nt. after the re- ., {'"it.:.
turn made It CE'rta' that the Repu'- blgh' The term of corporation of this Asso- have itin, popular browns a.1d! fancy mixtures
can ticket had been lected. SaId tha: People who come to words are !,elation: shall be ninety-nine (99) years. -

man: I t"I I.;. apt to Indulge In'-low onei. ? ARTICLE V. "rom $12 up .,

dtih't mean thtt Fbe Press,lPnt h'l" Trust not the womaii .that AI t thlnketh The business of this corporation shall

any apollgles qr' ex sett to rake for of herself than another.' Mercy he conducted by a president, vice-pres
what iie baa done. He always will dent secretary, treasurer, librarian, aboard
will not dwell In ., W
stand.lor the .ndor men: cf the legal i I of trustees .not to exceed nine ftteal [ wl+ b a .. l-f R. Rhodes
and p ltI'ai rights f the negro. but and an executive committee of five persons .

this Isfno more tha )(l'l<'lnley, Cle.c The first National Dank to be elected at'' the annual meeting -
land, !Varrlson ant the other Presidents at the office of the Company on the

@IOOII. for, as, Dder the hw, wa Of Miami ; j i first Tuesday in February.I '
their dUty.' I HAS UNEQUALLED FACILITIES At the first annual meeting three,
trustee may be elected for one year !
It 'sere mpeiled) to give three for two years and three for three .
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voice W their thou; pit few ml'l would ALL BRANCHES -fF) LEGITIMATE years, and thereafter, excepting for .
more than,three trustees shall be elected -
have nerve to 15 In public. BANKING the purpose of filling vacancies, not I
tie ''l K
rak [L1 'annually, who shall hold office for I I

_..- .- -. .-. -- 'I, three years. ,
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1 1I
(l1'ICLE1.. j (vice M the Maya tnbs I
The by-laws' of this Association maybe j su,1Iua Ins fid.
made by the Association at Its first | + + + r

regular meeting called subsequent to I'I Yes may fltu any
I 4ito the completion of Its corporation and rtfaste h NT prexrtbs'seal

they. may be made, altered or amendedat : : : : I
S 2 any meeting!I of the Association af-1 I

% Nta': d ter two, weeks,I notice to be sent or wailed ,'
0 to tie members containing a copy
r of the !proposed amendment If .voted Try our' RED GROSS SPECIAL

trd ># of the vane practical Import as said ': GRAPE PI1NCFf THIS WEEK.
notice ; proposed PHARMACY
'1 I j The New Drink -
all t t'
The highest Indebtedness to which You : Pineapple Frost
I Iti i C. L. Bunfinc,
tins at time subject CUrct Punch
yF corporation! may any
TROUSERS I wifth'hir Presid nt.
I v NEED itse.f! shall not exceed the amountof It w

five thousand; dollars
f1 'I nI AKT1CLE VIII. .
o' The iTOunt of real estate which the We C4TT) dkAssortaeiit

ttisL I Corporation may hold shall not exceed 1 r.t'9f of .
I len' thousand dollars (l'i.i)000)). HUVU

WK Men of good Mgement" appreciate ,, ARTICLE IX. II I, d JDOMfSTIC 4

The rames< of the officers to conduct ] (KAKSIhtclty. 4x
the. bll ,"If .S;'and the trustees in whom

t having a pair OfJ'to! of extra trousers title vVroperty shall vest until! the I it_ _. _

I, I first,>p:1| eN v tlonj under the charter, shall x

I: I Flora('. Simpson-President.:
They are h&ndy, to have around l ,, Corne'ia H' Kejs-VicePrefildtfntLjra

in a do/en fliftarentays-Saves \ U. Waldron-Secretary.

I Jeanette Li Brow n-Treasurer.
of tHtpair that matches
the wear ,, ...
Ma'ryC, \\:rlght-LlbrarfllD..
the suit a JJ gi\es a spice and EXEC' TIVE COMMITTEE:

vanity to the It',eaters appearance. Flora G. Simpson. Bread

We have ttili tl ers for the K nee Jeanp'te LT8 O. Waldron.L. Drown. Seybold's

dy. Half the men you know need Marv C. Walnw right.

trousers aped' larger (part of the Charlotte j.: Albury. | i
I TRUSTEES: I Is made under
healthy conditions
1 other half. '. O 0 OI !

Flor (J. $imp-ion. i We1 do all mixing by thlatest machinery -,
I W. A. Filer. I patented.
's ;' Geore Waldron.\ .

NWos tip TrousersX .
1 The rames and residences of the sub
'1<'rl herR are as follows: Of our Homemade Brest' for your
*X : : Flora G. Simpson, Lemon City, Fla. health. That's why you should try It.
thejooks of any matjl i i* : : : : : : : How are yours? Jeanette .L. Brown, Lemon City, Fla. The kind thatls preferred by people 'I'

I 'Georsc B.; Waldron, Little River Fla for miles around.
l :t j 'Mary C.i! Wain w right, Lemon City I! .

.. Our newxlrouseriQire ready for use. They Fla.' WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF-THE CITY
W. A. Filer, Lemon City Fps
styles are right jpe prices are elf-!:::. C me e Before me personally appeared FloraG. I

and inspect them" ,:| ,. . : Waldron.. SlmoEon Jeanette, W. A.L. Brown Filer ,George and MaryC. B. : JOHN SEYBOLD.

( M Wainwright, to me well known to I .
be the persons: described in, and who I Miami. : : : : : Florida.
H: 6 subscribed: tneir names to the foregoing '.
instrument, and did seveially ac-
knowledge, each for himself that they -

JOfloSCVC1iNkBFO. executed the same for the axes and !JENNIE M. PARRISH, i'' FRED RUTTER.
purpose therein expressed. and Typewriter. '
f WltnC'fls'I my hand and official seal at ( Court ftrpnrtinff Drpuitio04.MaaifnM I j jI General Contractor.v
Lemon City.! Florida, this 11th day ol work. Tracker of shorthand Oftitri Cradlnsr.
., Tmr (th strll.inm -..'.
.VL'L IR L&1DI4't 'UR.ISIIEhS! 't?; VE.\". i .October(Seal. : ) A.' U. 1904.Homer E. Wooden, I 10.CO.e 22 to ATVDD U:00'ad C.2:4 00 to <.:00.RrMidva I WH4OrHed.Road Blasting Construction.MONEY Sidewalkand .

i Justice of the >ear l
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