The Miami metropolis

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The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title:
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
East Coast Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 4, 1906
Publication Date:
Weekly (published on Friday)
Physical Description:
12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note:
Editor: Walter S. Graham

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Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
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,r'?There are ,'But' Thirteen' Scattered. Cases 'Outside of Hew Orleans.. Prepared by Civil Engineers" ;'and '' Submitted to County Com Uerritt & Gellet Lowest for Blasting and, Loading and Mr.-Carter t ,

::1 :4- .' and The Most,of Them Are, Convalescent w '.:; raissicners-The .lino's to, 'Be Rectfimed, l.":.I":and' Hoi The Work of West Palm. Beach, Smallest Bidder. -for UII.\ '
Will \I
Be Done
Fully Described '
,' loading and Spreading RockAt
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Waco.' Tex,;Aug. S. Sank Major a '", -, -

GONGEAfD GASES cro. charged with criminal assault D. IX and: C. M. Rogers, din engineers "- bent PIR ot the time. The estimate ooen yesterday the. county the' commisdoisn,
.'white-vroman last month was
on and who were eost-of the 'drainage will be about
surveyors ap commissioners
opened bide for
pan calved the report. plans and spedncn* .
INCREASE MORTALITY found guilty U4 sentenced to death painted by the county oommi.doaeeto I1ts JX)}.or. f US per acre. IDa of twenty miles, or more, of eooaty Uons of Messrs IX IX and C. M. Rogers -

J., today.- < make .survey of the low,lands ly-,, .It the,cdmmlssioners determine to road between Fort Lauderdale and civil engineers, for the drataace
order this work done the cost win be Delray.the same to conectthe north of certain Inundated lands west ot
EXPOSITION';PASSED lag west of West Palm Beach and plat
: + taxed" against those owning property and north tremlnala of-the road '"- West Pato, Beach,bat action npon the-
THE MILLION MARK the MUM for drainage, ban Just completed
7' f. Letwa 'I I .within the t territory mapped oat In the ready bunt and forming a oontmmosahighway same was deferred tail this after .
::People Will Not Report Afflicted Portland Ore, Aug. X.officials-The the map of the same,.entice... ,' survey and who will be benefltted by between Miami red West noon. A.'description of theee plans andspecifications "
and Clark Exposition report
'Until a Cure is l Impossible! that the aueadadea*passed,the. mlltton with speriflratloHB anmber of raga the drainage of the land the county at appear elsewhere fa the- ;,
Urge not'being effected In maaair n.QedleatlauadcaDro/.u.:
o( land to be dralMteost of the drab- any MetropoBs this week.
Outside of Italians Afflicted .mark'yesterday. ;the tojal nam- eta wffl by.the work,or the cost of.the aims.LatserTbe mate required two separate bids' Yesterday afternoon the comma
Few be one
: bet of sdtnlsskwis ,:Stir}"}nne lit including ace, 'per acre submitted
passes, being-L01XSOO. to.-.the commisslesae at tie pr.SSatmeting. :: plat end specifications for,blasting sad loading the cock on do.ers'vWted n tract ot land about
-But F.wlle. Features were submitted to'the board of commissioners can at Ores and the other fa/r..baA two mO s north of the city sad sear y r
MAKE GAL A this morning and after a lag sad spreading It alone the T08te of the emergency hospital, for the no. "
"' TO ,CORN Tie plat of the work to be Josethe pea general.dlsoaadoa. official action waa the proposed road There jwer' paM of fT. mtniis; jt with a Hew to-

y :Memphis' Tenn, Ang X.-The local result ot the rarer-are Interest*, dfeenuaW".this afternoon. It lathoughtvery a-number of bid for each,contract building thereon a poor house anj, "
;t New Orleans, AgS.. 'New i.... plant of the Coyer Alliance Company lac. ahowlac that the"territory'to bedratted" probable that work on of Merrttt Gillette ot Little Rlv start a farm abandoning the present
. .' the 1rIJup.m..aathorUeJ aa 47 eeata per table yard for blast- bent tloa at O>uL
,at neon today non.; doh4 Tetal la being equipped with machinery foe Is about fifteen miles is- -
early. commencement. made. Inc and loading being the lowest. It U said that this plan ls generally
y: deaths to date SIS total cues to date, th maa1ltacbare of sugar tar comma'cW length and ranging from one and one- "- t
... '.. pui"from com.'which will halt to two and one-half miles .. ,t : while that of Mr. .... Cuter. of>Tet tarored by the commissioners, thongfcno 4
"t. .Notwithstanding leD at about one cent a pound below width, and that the anal for drainingthla OUH.. "I'EY. WEST_ EDITION Palm Beach at u'cents, per c.1 Io' official action In the premises hare s
; the Increased num"her % for sad been taken aad It IUT" be
the price asked for cane sugar It Is large territory will extend from u TU -' yard unloading spreading* yet. that-
:; ef'deaths and the new eneee In a farther advantage in j that Its, a dark Lake through clear LakexaalLake for some time past the Miami Metropolis was the smallest.. 'T1. others bids the question of Jugging the location -
the fast twent7-four" the yellowiffever trait saga" Experiments along this Westmoreland to,the.outlet atDimlcks has had In preparation n special -. ranged from the gut mentioned ag- and Improving the poor farm will'go-
situation, compared with that of line have been conducted by experts ?canal ta Lake Worth. Lateral -. edition devoted to Key West ares op to It cents and the latter to over' until tot next regular meting: F
{4eterday,.to viewed with considerable J. for' a long time and these have been 'canal will be eat every half mill It {Wed from the press yesterday SO cents per cable ward tor the work. ot the board. *
',S.aarane.., satisfactorily concluded all,,the pro across the!main anal ad extendtag afternoon "4 was n superb publication Immediately after) reeelrtnc and
duce manufactured here at the to''the'border ot the land In guar -a magnificent exposition ot the opening the bids the board adjournedontfl Miss Beatrice BttotUC him Beach t
;;... .In Louisiana,' and. outside:l or New rate of 100,000 pounds a day. Uoa oa either&I"..*. The main canal easiness and general Industrial later. this'afternoon'i when the contracts is among the visitors In the dty. and
"Ottuaa end threvepert. there eve but ( wm be CO fleet In width with a'' depth eata of 'the Island.City. 'Words, not win be let the above mentioned Is the guest ot her slat r. Mrs. L aSnlxnee {
',;0-...". scattered cases ef fiver,,and MOBILE .AUTHORITIES of eight feet while the laterals will only,In prat. of tb'enterprise displayed bidders. probably -securing the eon: on Math street She win retain -

ii, aueot ef them are cenvaleeeent'One TO TAKE ACTION: range from ,ten to,'twenty feet la by the publishers' but of the tract: : t with Mrs. Bnliner torts month.
.<. and genera\ exoaOenee ot the paper sere Bids also for .,.,
Nee each is reported from the following width hare a depth, of from are were opened unloading
'e: Msiitnemsry, Mobli Lug S. -'The-city hoard ot to'elcht feet. .*,.* ,* heard on every hand aa the paper was and'spreadlng the rock on the Mar ':Miss', Brown who has less
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places health Is meeting today to take action In this territory thepl-.sbews that distributed. over'the. city. ... yon road at Went rate Bach,; Mr. A. atnJytng'botany for the .,.. few'
r Lawb.rtor4 Mies. and'eusiaul6Mla.. Mia sass The Issue consists of 14 finely Johnson of that place being the '
onthe J: Montgomery situation where there are S4.7Z3 acres; pages lowest weeks at the experimental station.
.,:.One... ...'ew. developed today nt Ala a'epe' of yellow fever has been wlacovered. being D.ek: S490 a ne' cypress fflnstrated by halftone pictures and fa.the .sum.of U'cents per cr* cyard. went to her home at Defray Batvdaynight.
.-:'...*..., La ?, No alarm to felt here ever land, and t.ltt acres pas ha.l. an at 1IcMt-4'.r In bItenIUDc reading matter Miss Brown wm retarn to MV
:." 'The New Orieana Baseball Club has the'Montgomery attaatioa. preeeat. being low and Inundated the .- Miami News. Previous to'taktag ip these bids 'sail in October.

\keen transferred te-Wrmlngham. feet ,
ii,the preeent, and tied 'c.ttM States NEW BASE BALL, ALUMNI ASS' -, N r.a It k

.aa.. aIl League will disband fer the .. -
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'"f "* ARE, PRESENTED TODAY. Sewells Shoe Store '

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,::,'""J atlon. presented BO sew featares to- Win. be Located OB West Side of Formed, Graduates of HiamiFnoed ,O' .. ,

.fi,'day. Xarty reports showed two deaths Railroad Between 9th ted !0th : Hlb ;:S.o/-( Coistitootloa : '
,t Vat the emergency nospttal with the '
prospects that there wd be mote .fa- Strettt-Wni be Improved at '. '"and.Officers Elected tlOMEOf'-: -': .p

.tailaa daring: the day ,
. "" Ko physical ,dash has been reported .Once-Assistance:asked Plans of ThrOrpalzatioB*
-4*,' between armed forces ot Low GOOD SHOES
, laUaa and Mississippi, and there la no J '.' .. -
i.---. that there tin be trespass- ,Ii \ #" t '
".: tog by people of e.ber Stets spas Oe t Owing:to .the erection r dubs new A'short .. ago the pip.IPnLw.

*|territory the other. banding by the Dadd.Cnoty Title In- W. Ran,,'and the gradmUo of Miami We are receiving almost daily shipments of new
'r; ;: ot the ooarantiM condlOons ser n ce and Trust Company'on. Its IIJ"Iorace' Stephens for the purpose I 'goods from the largest and best known factories ,
propertya.ttieitil'.t"" or better ,
wt J' through the marine hospital ashi 'of > ahmal asnocU- the ,
organlstnt! .in ,world and can fit at price. .
" deeerfbed ,anyone any
. vice being able to bring about n better aa the present baseball -.t1( l
t i understanding_with the authorities. la.other ground It becomes aeosesary for new C At this meetlngVes Rtephens was

.. .States to stow travelers to'pro- grounds' to'b..providsd.apd. for .. elected president pars. sampan. gal a White Canvas Oxfords in all..widths' and ,
iceed to their desdaatiana after 4u time past Mr. B. B. Taylor,'and other committee of'en. tppoiated to*draw I.
.l;tentks. cathnslastaiof the natiflBl( gamejharebeen ap a eonsdtatlob. Last.Man-lay eve. .aiZes""d a dozen 'different styles from .
id Uy.1ootSItc foes, site, as it lag n second-meeting hw.I at
CONCEALMENT 'CAin was evident to them that the gnmnd. (Se home of MSsn'thros Raja: ad '
t.r.tJo, .INCREASE.'THE MORTALITY. moot be moved. .. the organisation' of the slums association 1J ) $1.25 to $3.: O'

l" Bach a' site has now been secured of K'"T HIP School was per. ,
,,: FN.wwotiesnL Aug. t.-The concealmeat Mr J.:a Beffly representative of fected. The constltndon'was r-.I.... .
"''.' of canes:ot yellow fever natflXthey the,Fort Dallas Land Company,'very adopted and tbs foDowlag offleen 1

, "* klmost helpless and entirely generously 4oa.l q'b this purpose elected, :. A !large' shipment of ladies' oxfords in
if.Inadequate to treatment Is considered block No. It; lying wets of the rat Ilorence;.. Browne Stephens, president "V
"largely responsible tor the heavy morv road and between Ninth and Tenth a. bbof new lasts and'different leath. .

:w fattty ameng the Italians,'.who tan via streets, and work oa the same Ida Grace Rader' vtoe-presUeat.
":'JOms' to the dt.ease.Inve.tlgatlena .,' commenced-nt_n'very early date. Ralph Depnls Bader. secretary.Whde I era, j received, from the Drew-Shelby ; .
'1 1 have shown ,that Mr. Taylor In speaking,of the newground < Matlter.. treasurer.As .' I i
Co. These shoes are famous for style fit i ;
*<..,'heavy food has been taken by the ital.kias and the work to be done spot yet'the association'conatsts of '.. ', -II

;: after the fever has fastened upon It,.said today':"We' propose to clear oaIT eight members, bat as Miami and and wearing equalities and we guarantee }
t them which Is almost certain JeW liP'the entire,block and make one ot the Dies school grows It will grow I '
w_.Comparatively few excepting'Italians the best diamonds la the. State We I In proportion aid sin was rival those I satisfaction with. every pair.
ve been attacked and some ot these tin also erect a grand stand of ample ot the argest coneges.Bnslneas ." i,
<1 are already'convalescent**''' seating:,capacity and otherwise *'Improve meeflngs" sad baaoetitswffl 1 I

>f Xxdtement In the coontry ...... to the. grounds both far the convenience be held,i tlyty. aad,pleasant r, .
-1f/: grow' 'worse with the discovery of ore of the players aad comfort times as well probable ones will .j'1 ,t'fitlJsiv

, ,jes" at other po vets.: Armed guards'are of;the spectators. This:win be done be enjoyed. Each ahoanns has a warm r _/'
=-r';;. ;duty at'many points and some are at once and It Is possible that the entire and affectionate regard for ale alma '

-.I,.2 Idemandtng; a fumigation. .- 'ot the mans."MO 1>. block wm be enclosed by'i tight mater and Intends to, do an la his, Agentsfor the fam-

J.. board fence, though this may sot occur power to aid it. r-: ..

_ ...... INFECTION. NOW nsW the beginning ot next season The charter.members' are already : / Shoes
: ISF Queen Quality
f AT HREVEPORT as the preeent. season Is now far preparing for Junta to be need la the .O nr
{ advanced.* Initiatory exercises of next year aaJ
t ":Shreveport Aug. S.- Barney Tina Relative to the cost Mr. Taylor said woe ,to the trembling senior ot the 1711'L.ue
"':;;:-!e7. tie,yellow fever patient' here. Is Wit It win take quite a rattle money class o( haughty six.'who refuses to .

ji convalescent- and will be released In a possibly rUOO-to carry, .oat the obey his masters or tans to'ride the .
few days iTbe authorities are cobfi- plans as now arranged,, aaj,} 'as the goat f ,
-tJ dent no Infection will reach this dty.: funds are notalivailablo. tp sppeslsto ---- ....

:'I JLTIMquarantine if very rigid the baseball enthusiasts ot the city in u..t1. .t'" better, players 1 .
!! tor donations, and which contrlbn- than the avenge place... the peop'e .
'"NAVAL MILITIA PATROL COAST tins'can be paid to him 3. H. chat are more enthaslaUe over the game, 1
,;.-t):.",,:. ham.' C R. Garthstde. Frank GnnaU hence the fact of the bonding and Improving J2th Street JOHN SEWELL & BROMf l. Fla '

-..New Orleans Aug. I-. Governor and others, who have Interested themselves ft the few. grounds which ;. I t. h
?,'Blanchard bat ordered oat the Loalst- la Improving the sew ban field.MtamLfor will insure faster and more enthusiastic : !
. \';'ims anvil militia brigade 'to' patrol. 'its sire Is one'of the ,baD than.has ever. been played ,.. I ,I.. .. '
: t UHt.'ce>>.at.; best. If aotrthe'het baseball town here before -
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++ B. B. TATCM PRESIDENT. S. BoBO DEAX, SEC..Taus.TOE Mla E. Nellie Beck, a former Mlamlaa. but for several years prom -) The general presentment of the grand Jury'readered to Judge Minor fcjlone -iao;
}>>RINTING COMPANY neatly connected with the Peniacola Journal' la the column devoted I to
,MIAMI, the Parallel" la Circuit Court of Dad County lut Friday Afternoon ad''peb- ;>
People and Eveata. aaya of MetropoiW'Veadl7 :
Entered at the Poitoffice at Miami. Florida, as sccoDd
of the U. !s: use that Is as efficient sift is original completeness,the work of the jury and tu recommendations being" clear
published on tbe mainland "
most."Southern newspkper I' "Most of us have been accustomed to use the 'par ner aad to see !It" WM and,to the point \ ;,
CtHCCLATION RATESLMJM exterminator of the eJltot lal thief. But-41 has not always '
used u aa
..... .............12.0 The Davis Border case to admirably handled, the Jury tettlng forth IKan .
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Ctx moatha_............. :ysar..e. proved efficaclona aa an exterminator of that type of Journalist (T). largely
excellent manner the reason why It could not conscientiously: ant ae-. : ;
: owing to public sentiment u exempli fled la the reply of,a Pensacola mu
: Those paying in advance will receive a year'a subscription for $1 so. evidence la true b ill against tat two No fan1 '
and 6 month subscription for 75 centa. This ia a liberal discount 1 to when asked why he dllnt hare an'acquaintance arrested for stealing a snit! cording to brine a IU ecta. -

.induce atrictl' advance payment.. of his evening clothes. ..I can be found with the verdict and act If there was not sufficient ."*j'

"Well-I look at It this way. He's amember' of my dub which to very ei la the Jury opinion to warrant their being held and tried for the terrible'
r 'FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1105. elusive, and the rule u to dress suits are Immovable. We positively com crime, they did tile proper thing la re llevtag the scent of the chart '-'
not recognize him on drets occasions.. . Ton mat tract,somebody" aaya SecreUryrilaou.. .But It to not safe ; la recommending: that, the various Justice* ot the peace la Dad touaty 1
ln'thaclub knows what h may'
raise no end of a row and -wen. no man *
b ,to trust BUtlaticla&a. Hyde and Holmes, for InaUnctv com to and- tm not burled Jet.- be required to make upland return all papers la ease where defendant
Cleanliness Ia To Metropolla l*.wielding,th* new parallel more effectively.Th .
b There are too many horses In Miami without the court the jury toot that has been neeJeJ. 'd
} ., Metropolis and Th'Miami !Mewsbetng pioneers realize aa no hew the clerk of a step lone
next, to godliness comer can realize, that it I* the'Florida' East Coast Railway Company that In many Instances prisoners tent to higher tribunals, especially the circuit 31

- Too sidewalks In Miami are needlessly blocked. Keep them open the people of that beautiful, progressive u4'prosperous city art Indebta court hart been released because of the absence of wttneeeet agaiaat that{
f many convenience. for that beauty progress and prosperity which make of the 'Magic Clt]' the clerk of UM court and sheriff her lug no record of their whereabouts! \ .

; faotk, H for, looks,sad a real wonder In municipal growth and ..Importance.Tht and being unable to find them. The re commendation.. If eaforced.. wffl''' bole.;

a It to 1M female mowjulto that causes the troubles Of course. WhatelM Record on the other hand,'transplsnud. from toll that la'twent ter enable the court to proceed and U tpoe of eases without, ....., and PC-' o'
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could rate expect. < years had not been 10. remarkably developed by a railroad evea when It able CMharg t .
was a terminus.: aa 2Uam has been In eight years, and apparently bellev Th..yqr&JlCJ'law la touched upon and Itt enforcement urged.\... !ato; .

litxteenpersoms have beea tined 400 Injured and hundreds of families lag that Miami's prosperity vu due to the fact that It was the termini law la'a plaID letter. It to to the pol nt and without technical dlterepaactta;.. '

reduced to want u a result .of the Chicago strike brought on by,atluton and to therefore menaced by the' ex teuton of that road to Key West. OD What persons that:eonstitate vagrants art clearly denned, and there should'

and grafters. The strike to a failure. July, IS printed the following% tdltortai paragraph: be no difficulty. : la MCarIDI"eoa ctlou where. vtdence'"of vagrancy k'presented.
It la law that should be enforced and the,Metropolis, fuHjeoBCun ,
"Talk u we may about the extension of the railroad to Key West there a
Th* coal operators has-a Urge supply of coal on hand and these stories to nothing la'the proposition that bodes good to Miami. Then to no probakCIty with the jury ia'suggesting' that It be' put la. operation Immediate*;+!

*: of.proposed: strikes an auspiciously like an appeal to the .consumers: l/i that a dollar used In Its construction will be paid out or spent la this ly and without prejudice or favor. ..;,

.para. come forward and take their hands. ,- city. Every provthoa.bu been the railroad company to supply al That a substantial fence, or torn secure ftcJ Are should be ersctstarea ;,

material ant supplies' from* other 8*ate* and not a merchant or maaufac. .! the county jail la a need. lone, felt J.llt" BOW the yard and win-;.<..
No othej.- switpa per to read by so maay peopl la Mlaml'anJ Dade county turer need expect the slightest Increase la his business on account of tin tows* of the prison an exposed and aceeealble to the public and It to o.stya '.

4c 7 ..aa th*')( Opol1L 'Th reason to obvious. It give the new.-that'. to news work OD the construction.* *' v'r wonder that prisoner art not supplied with weapons or Instrument bj"which

Thaf what the people want,and.get In the. Metropolla. That paragraph the Dally Miami Metropolis, keeps standing at the tot] to attempt to etcape. Let the recommendation of the Jury that aa ta-' ;
of Ole center columns of 1U first page ...4..eJa day prints parall: to U new closure be kilt follow with eases tlon., 1
'Miami'never waa healthier than st'll today. Then to practically little Itemized Instances that prove that the construction of the extension has already Continuing with tu good work the Jury recommend* that the Jatt to*:

or no IQaesa anywhere la the city Ita lIu1t.ttl'G'lI far better (beast any put thousands'of dollars la local circulation la Miami through the par better veatBattd. and the condition of the ago otherwise Improved That.

s # .other time, and then to DO feaaon to tear or apprehend sickness of. arty chas of supplies construction material and' labor.. Including practical poor farm'be kilt aad maintained for the better care ot the destitute an4 :
.aerioua suture very' branch ofLbualnesa In Miami" afflicted: that Deputy Sheriff A-P. 0 ore 'was Justiaablt la the shooting addling ,

-. ."", of 'ODe David Muago or Win jo. a4 last,but not heat hoJP'
3 ThCxar"' might Joie bis crown and sad be several league* from the poor- one*, the State's attorney and Sheriff rrohock aIi.Jfa- deputies art thanked I
', rr-ltws B* bas $MX>0,000 Invested In stocks. and IJ5.000JKX in Engllah recur' l' PROSPERITYAI1D ADVERTISING. for their klad and consUerst- ,alien tioi. sad- assistance to It la'the Mia-.tlchargt

i JXlea.; With an 'o$1,600000> a, year be could probab'r ID&U&' to of seta duty. -,

o' 'worry sJong u a.private citizen.Bev. Tae presentment u a whol to aa able effort aad aa such shall warrant'the :

A prosperous'eouatrymust'country.. Extensive adrtrtlatnj appreciation, of the court officials and the public la ,..traL
Dr. CourtUn- -Myers< of Brooklyn preaching at Ocean Grove N. J, ,cannot be conceived without the unlimited freedom of the pros In conn- t

last Sunday.,said: "Whenever.and wherever In this' conatry they' build'a, tries where newspapers are Issued under'the eagle eye of the eenaor-aa, "

r 'tnoaumeat to Oen. U. S. Grant they 'shoold erect ..nother'for'Ro, rt tor Instance, la lbIula"-or where a beery cash security to required ot tact STATE HEALTH' BOARD IS EFFICIENT* :!!

E.dl s." It',to said" hearty, round 'of applaue and a salvo, "*ot.ferventamens" publisher before printing his volume one number one and la addition be bar .' "t
to pay a heavy tax to the government for each advertisement a* print*-aator ''
The Urn to words'In
u tnterrapted the apaker.Covaraor.Vudaman"ofMlssfaippl. now opportune to aa/a few .baIf'o the Stat*1.;
Instance.. In Germany ..tI'"Austria-advertising can never be brought '
Board of Bealth. and It to place
K not out of to give It the greatest ot praise,
In hto declaration,that,the health a level wbere.It win create Industrial prosperity. the ten truth that for,Ita moat herculean efforts and .CftIt 'so far la keeping yellow fever ooh'of ,

e t +officials of
i In that city unto'It became epidemic, no doubt Fold the,truth yet then are laying[ burdensome* taxes on 'newspaper, advertising hinders. Ita own pros- W* dp not aay this because wt believe that for the prompt quarantine
s i lima when even the truth to better untold. His assertion can bear no good ; measure and other effort put forth by this body,that the disease would hart;ilavaJed
'reslmla tact It wH work to tits other. ]extreme'and cause tmnecessar7' appreoe&slons'aTid Then Is ; In the, world when newspaper< conditions aremore and thrived la our fair} State, but' because wt favorable than lathe United States. No red tape no censor's-blue ,
alarm ocgh efficiency-- of thla organization, and fiat bt"or should the emergency'art
penal!. DO government turn hinder the growth of newspaperJom. and this "
,. ** when nothing wm pre'nttta.* ravage of the scourge.,that It win be'.
? becoming eicited'over a cast or condition ot things eautes the fabulous growth ot advertising and national
r North '
ia In
:There no need of people the equal to and successful la an condition and circumstance that confront &;
'two of yellow fever In New Orleans. It to not beyond the bounds of powIbU-- pnwperity. i'j "t< iI. j At no time In recent years hat the eflciency of thla body beta nor*'
arose on yellow fever In th t'pea; city every When th.;United States give unlimited freedom to the press, enconr I
fly that then ease bordering needed and felt than at present TeHow fever threatens the eatin'Sonth. .It'
..foolish'and ridiculous env-antla-: reg : were not for *.o'many ''
summer.If It has even Invaded the Bute 'What else could hav prevented a'epn.. ,
Sout.herA'StatU then 'would be far leas excitement ,uj power.. As soot as WltPorIcr'woal4 be reversed It would b* felt by : '
some of the but the riees'rendere.l and "
prompt and competent ee exercise by the State
the Industrial world. Mannfictnring Industries
,About yellow fever. ,. .__ jTh gigantic ,Board of Health, ,Dr. Porter, Its chief and bin most able aaststaaia'havt ,'
mercantile undertakings would suffer and this suffering would be shared b} '
oli story that'Abraham Un >ln waa"brougaf 1 np la 'the Roman, the mass q4 by the country. shown their ability to handle and cope with the diseaa. in a most er.dltebSS. '

Catholic: faith baa been 'revived.' Arch ilshop Ireland, however says It to not+ and praiseworthy manner. They,bar proven that they an ever on the atort..: '*
,fi .. .mlaslonary.1 Father St. Cyr. that Lin that they an always wining and ready to tattle for the health aaJ pmteetka rt
lMt be waa Informed by old 4WHOSE FAUI.T IS'IT?
cota'a Father and ilep- ther were Catholics,'and 'that Father 8t Cyr often f of the State, but above aB hey' know what they an' doing and so far bare-
y- the .0. not: and never was a' .. dose tt wen I*
Abraham, war '
but '
aald m'f-i at their house to recent speech la Kansas District erome of New'Tork.. tht '
a Attorney : But the to not an neceeaary to insure a continuance ot good work-1

Cat1loJle; ... laid: ,"I wish I could turn the wrath wtfch the people an willing to pour oat' The people of the State-thost of every hamlet village. and section-mttrt:' :j
the trusts the Beads of the aDd bosses. Theet'arthe hearty In rlrsntlatax', 'jaaJ
upon upon poUtidaaa tend their cooperation increasing sanitation and body }
'Mon than use newspaper writer haf mad*"himself rtdlcwoua by writing, 'real roots of. th*'tvHaC:..They ,"prevent the free expression ot the peoples maintaining It so. 'n14 doa and the rule aad advice fbOow4 aa 114down .:+'the sew Secretary:ot the N T7. Charlea J. Bonaparte's French features, rffl. 'Thlnkjjanhly.of.nt peopl la New T rk. U you win bat ,dot thickfor by the aathortUea Bow lame the actuation la hand, then to no reason "
'Preach vivacity. *te. Then to not a drop'of French blood In Mr. Bonaparte's a moment that we would ever b* represented ta the Senate by such mea why the fever should not W kept out of the state ...41r. present good aaltr t l
: ... Corstcan of Italian stock and married a'wife
grandfather a
:TIbL dowa'East'YaakM. Jhomaa'C. Platt, aad'Chaancey'Depew. ,If a.wt wen allowed to" exercise preferred against aU.tntraslon by the dread** courg*. tWHERE
: Scotch Irish ancestry -wan the Seeretary's.mother. ,was a '
;-cif oar ,
tht'Bartford Courant Some news Ire.Js tII I _
So wrttea\a 'correspondent of t But how eaa Ole "poUMdsas and, boeae*" prevent the txpreasloo of : CREDIT LIES.

,auvs seem to think Napoleon' Bonaparte- war a Frenchman."Wrttlag the people's'. win If the people are sufficiently Interested or determined to eb THE ...

4 : preen their wfflt'I The toHtteal boss can only exist when the> people toInoo'ate < 2
,: tram abroad HnrytWattemm says of EUh. Root: "H: to the him or permit him to exist i The people tt'may b*' nasoaabty "At preetnt'Cub: bar the Joke on,tat Ualud Btatfta Becaast ot th*,''

ablest man who haa ap.ft41a .A.mer1c&ll.poI1tJc the last ..*...4-twatJ la the majority Their will ti raprem when thefcaoote to txtrcto: It. existence: of yellow New Orleans a ,.uaraatlne ta ba proclatmejat

t yean.: ,T1a1a.llaa.. ar8em at ot M r.Rooeevelt's opinion of' Mr. Root;Mr.Watterson : tat'politician eaa be 'mad to respond to the people's will when that' Bavaaa against all; vesaela tirdtbg from themfecud port.It" rat *f;
'who haa written 'JD&a111ar'" 'aid'disparaging crttJcUma :'otRooeevelChow mortlfytng.:after our' Jetf-congratulation about .......pD out th* yeDows'
i will to made dee u4 then to a determination, that fe shall ,..,. .. Th-n ; "
: aaya ot him: "I hart never 3oubtd the President's personal I lilt act the fault of the people whenpontfal'bosaes rut: f 'Jack ta CaM;to lad that ibs la1uoIatplbUe yabUcly declares a* to bt uclean. *..;
cleanliness, nor hta'.penonal.eoaTag*,nor his great ahflltyj What 1 have' ,- It to party alavery. u a rule, thai',make the political boa* wrong. A3 It late bt hoped that Cuba wffl.not bars the Umertty tt rtuotat i
;docked u4 do doubt M* wnrinn-a to go to the g..d-aa*.*' 'This to very I I ,be has noo to to get control of thep'rtymacklnery'. Having does tad the to pot la oar ConatitutW a claua glvlnjg her neighborly, : wpervUloa overt

a4 .different from the fierce phffllpplca against the "Maa on' Horseback." which' rest> east The 7tDow Jog" Demo Tt or publlca.\ Bawa tile path lot oar public health, 'J'III'IlatM.N.w.' Tork Evening Poet '" cHmnM ;t;

w appeared. with,great frjnency,. the CouriwsJournal, a year' ago.;' the political boa smooth' But th*'yelknr dog voters An owing reversed. '. .tuaraatln* agalnat New Ortoaaa to a noer good Jok*. But ft"

,*- *"._- H H BM f M -, fewer. Party line an less'distinct taaa'they hav bee la a half crtturyIToUn aacMaU" remembered that Bavaaa waa tat breeding grtuad for VOo 'f*>','

Ben to an old-Ome rmdytor gout from a seventeenth century medical *r* UM disposed to follow political bosses or leader bba.tt7. 'This ver betoc! the United State"mnitsryreglm; la Cuba {Ta work lass V Itha'Amtricaa .

b, work, aa related by Dr. Osier: 'TI nt pick a handkerchief from the pocket .' 'Jwuld cake tile political boss leas ofe, factor neept'where then to a enmnuatty mnttary authorities to a trfbuta to.'American s"lkrs. Mllttarrthorouganesa ,

of a spinster who never wished to .wedj' aecond, wash the haadkerchletla .of Interestt. 'a eoI4b1a t1oa'of,forces seeking some speedo objtctrh and effldency:wen atve r''' .better' ffluatrated. Maalcrpa,or' .

'aa honest mffler'a poaJ: third dry it on the .hedge of a'person who freedom ot the voter m,this country: to 'tneUcaDl", tml1mit rd. If htWU State work to not to'be'tlDlJlpue4 with It It was aa Amerieaa mflttary'jadmtalatradon '

,. sever 'was covetous: ,fourth, ass.. tt to the shop of a physician who sun to berets al* power h* has no right to complain,of 1M.-.. aarepr* that gave Bavaaa eel other Cuban cities the grit
kffled a patient; fifth, nark It with a lawler','Iak who aever cheated a'client ..ntd.; they ever had.aad It was front this source that Bavaaa learned Maethrag'ot

: aad sixth;apply tt hot to th gout-tormented part 'A.' speedy,care must ,eleanttnets and the tatty ot Beni tatio .'", It was tile Catted $titeit star J:

foDow.. "'Th old-timer *' $JeaU7-nPr4e.1... .gout. 'aa' an Incurable disease.Tht '' and army 'that freed Cuba from Spanish- rule, ...sIt war tile ana; iMttma4e ,:
'NORTHERN VIEWS OF THE NEGRO.. the Island more la1 ltab1e. I

s ? tot*'Secretary Bay waa something eta, cosmopoUt, Ia a' 1\1 Cuba to vastly Indebted to American mmtary thorongha*** aad aeon,;":

Ohio Society,In New,Tort! h*'Bald: -1U1' born''In,Inilana;: i A Southern par lest adenc*. gad It to to be hoped It wffl aot' forget the lesson tt:hatlearned.
I womaa having auggeatod through the Nw Tork that a '
gnsr up la II bell; I was educated: la Rhode Island. learned my law' inSpringHeld. GeL Butler gave New Orieaaa sack, a cleaning u tthad aever*
Document be erected to the faithful slave who stood by Jh* women of the
tD:; ..4' my'' .Washington; my diplomacy" In Europe. loath during tBj"':U'.'another Southerner write the Sun to take tosa with 'had before., It municipal: authorities had ,more of( the military spirit ot'f
Asia u4.ArrkL I bane a farm In New"Hampshire, and desk room' in thoroughness we should kava closer dtieaA Bavaaa may leagh'at' New.Orieaaa. ".
come of the expressions ot the JDu1a 11ppI1I'ODWIo and to date some beta '
: the DUtrict'of Columbia When I look"to the spring ,from' which my' concerning the modern. Commenting oa this letter-the Baa..": but tt must lift Ita'bt, to the military branch of this Government., #
blood descenda. the first ancestors lhave ever heard of versa Scotchman eriul "
Tnqueatlonably under feetjom tile negroes ot the South an open to the .
rbowu half JDcI1ah: aids a German ;:womu who wan half Trench. .Of my '
elEna mad by Mr. Bristol Northern people who go South an even mart In- SINGS A SONG' OF 'MIAMI.
Immediate progenitors my molh.i.u,from New'England. and.JD7'lather tolerant of.their laxness than be Ice yet would Southerners be 'satisfied with
T trom >i South. Ia, thIs bn11ier melt ot origin and experience I can domestic service' as It to North If whit servant should fit substituted I '
t ,only pat on as aspect ot deep humility Ia'ur gathering of favorite sons would not the generation which went through the new experience look back'to On the 17th tart the Metropolis,, U aa hem about Mr. Frank T,,
a well known water resident of Miami. said that he was a RaahrfilMa?:
but h
and confess that I am nothing aa AmerlcaD.Alld a good American the -daya of even free negro Hn'&Dta with very much the same sense of
.... and,.that'to something for'any.. man In this, ; country, to be proud o(. loa u that which to felt by the generation which knew negroe*as slave* -* To this Mr. Trimble excepts and tai letter to his frt..... Mr. Z. T. MerrJtU'r
of Buena Tlata. at takes thteditor'to taak.for the but '
error singe ta
'of *
olden ago; aa tt to la the memory the BoatherDl'rr.DoabUeu w "
.' ,Mayor John Bewail.'who to also a member' -of Ole Board of County Cotnmlssloner they would' Aa a matter of fact the Southern white prefer pratotof Miami la the foaowtagaua i.r: *

t *. expreMed himself at Ole me eting of that body yesterday morning tegn servants aid laborers to white'ones, when they an able to get aegroea "1 am la receipt: of the Metropolla of the )7th lost. la which' the editor'haa '

as being ia favor of tt approprtatbg'a'suttable amount for the who an half-way reliable. Th Sea adds:.'It to true however aa Mr. Bristol me ,taClteel.u. a NaahTQllaa. I have never ,Bred -la any ont.....; .

4 dlrposal of Sheriff rrohock' la his effort ,to ran don and apprehend the avers'that the negro to BOW' treated more tolerantly at the South than at .croeToada town la my llfeu I want this editor' to ual nand. ant that I <

slayer or slayers of C.,E.' Davis and hto lovely daughter a erim that stands ht north except as concerns the matter of voting. If be to Industrious be am a Mempalaa* and la the wintertime a MUmtoa. Van tile totter In'-,

'aa a blot on !tN fait'>naOk; *' of Dadt. county and the' State of FlorIda.. The bar a better chance then than here. Southern complaints of the annoyance not to numerically strong aa the city of Nashville I am conadent that tics :5trland.

matter came. up,la,the nature of a' general dlae: Maas. la.whlch' citizens dIM to negro servants however,are no man frequent and no louder than an day to close at hand when )uamlwt1i rival The Tlllagt ot the1 'Ciab",

e Joined at the conclusion'ot which'Mr." SeweH offered' a reeo1atloa't the those mad a stock subject ot conversation by mistresses concerning whit ." ,

board appropriate a.siffldent um for thjiT purpose, and In answer to a dla.aentlng servants at the North. Negro labor to open to many and reasonable objecJons Walt until you get tht deep eta anel now being" chiseled out connectIng -\

; vole that auch'an act -might be naej for'political purposes In future t yet It to ilonbtfnl the generation at the South'which tad ben served B cap. Bay with tile Atlantic Ocean thereby ndmttttng the largest

i? elections," or word to that effect Mr.' Seven replied. In substance that h*' by It would be contenfwlta any other."... negro with all his fanlta. to very of oceaa-gotng vessel to Miami and Brother Flagler compute the feY:..

Eta not can a aaap for politic or elections; that It* was the apprehension cf Unman, and he appeals peculiarly to human liking. Weet road when this to done you will ... Miami take 'on greater We. and ('

,the perpetrator' of this horrible butchery' that he wanted' Can anyoc say This to the optnton of a Northern paper which Informed u to Northern go upon record u the greatest city In your State.I .

that this was not the proper: ,'TOIce.U. take* It .(sentiment and which to fairly well Informed u to Southern condition. Pubic would like to know the flghtlag weight of the editor who mUuuoU".
: showed that h* to aa advocate of protection for' ocr home and the Urea of. Opinion a New Tork publication, 1&11Rae prejudice to really stronger ed my place of reeldenc- ,

: our men,aad womei. and' that he had rather aacrlBct an political honors ,,North than South Nothing else to injure Northern residence districts as The fighting weight of the editor to something under out tbouaaad'ponada .

and offices than net one of,our men and women butchered and the perpetrator the entrance of colored teswatL" Th North to beginning to leara something end he U a bold bad man. but ht to not picking a flght with i

or perpetrators go unpunished, Mr. SeweD to'to'bt'commenJed for el the negro and the more tt learns the leas tt like him Th South know a good friend of Miami aa Mr. Tumble liens hoping they will meet af

this most noble stand h* took la this moat Important matter.. kin thoroughly, and It to In th South that ht aids his beat friends. an. early date and talk It over. -"

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IN REGULAR SCftSJON ;ed aad a stabl* belonging W.a P o

ktr. Oscar T. Coaklla Indicted by Jury At Canaveral Caused By the Ragingof tersoa I Aa area estimated to a* sees-
... : The Metropolis. Is"no alarmist Its desire U to be fair cool amt >' .. for Alleged Financial Shortage. twenty square miles was burned .,.. -
In behalf of the dty. the com- The Board-of County'oo- a Great Forest Fire.
ztected at all times. Its efforts and aim are
ud I u this was the first Ire that bA. .l
irtuIt7 and the State at large and tnerefore It does not want to be mfr ers met in regular monthly see- Among the Indictments returned by I beea over part ot the area to. several +.lz
an members
scan with
J.deed when It sounds a warning and appeal to the people of Miami and Monday In the absence of W. L Itetcalf.present he grand Jury Friday afternoon was A Big forest fire over oa the penta- :rears the eoa&agraUo: was camass i

those of all Florida. to do their utmost to establish and maintain the best attorney for the board his son Coy I.Uetcalf. !sue against Mr. Oscar T. Conknn..ormerty ula last Saturday was the cause of a I ud the resulting damage great
-j of health U their homes and communities.: I. prominently connected with most peculiar phenomenon u well u
;; TeUow fever, one of the most dreaded diseases that Infest and Inflict assisted by R. H. t the office: of J. B. Reiny. charging em- of considerable damage to property in
. acting u legal advisor of the board. A SMOOTH ARTICLE
;mankind, to abroad In the South, an 4 prevails even In our own State. It for 1 teszlement. the same having been the vicinity of Canaveral says the Co

to epUemlcla New Orleans and there to no telling where and when It will Several bidden constructing j found upon Information filed by the coa and Rockledge News.
be miles of rock road between
.a4. AH of Louisiana has quarantined against that city u have the neighit twenty I State's attorney. The phenomenon was produced When you Sad It necessary to ue .

boring tad adjoining-Statea. The health authorities are doing all la, their Fort Lauderdale and Defray and which Following the filing of the bffl Mr. when the column of smoke and hot air saltu..* DeWttf s Witch Bawd.....,
win make continuous highway be-
{"power to'conlne and stamp It out there and keep It from spreading to ween. Miami a and West Palm Beach ConXIln I was placed under arrest by shot up from the Ire and was aot .1... bums, bolls ecsema. bllatf. .Weeding

either places., ,* were present expecting that the bids ]Deputy Sheriff Koran but was lama urbed by a breeze but the smoke itching or protruding piles Get th* .'
" There to'no'doubt but that they are'doing all possible In the premises. would be opened and the contract for llately; released upon bad la the sum remained suspended la the air almost genuine DeWUt's Witch Basel Salve.

n The most modern modes of treatment and sanitation are being employed. the work awarded 9f $500 for his appearance for trial at rest the beat finally condensing the Sold by Biscaya Drug Co.

*,1J1It 'th M efforts are greatly handicapped without the aid of the common Objections to any action! being taken I it the October term of Circuit Court. moisture la the upper air and a beautiful .

'people,:who for their.own good the good of their community and the good were raised by the attorneys, who The Information charges a shortage white cloud.: umnreUa-caaped was NEW BUILDING r"

Tit the State In keeping their persons and their premise la a ,dean stated that although the notice forbids I of 11409 In his accounts while. formed Just over the column of smoke FOR TWELFTH mOT

' ;rbealthy and sanitary condition. This 'will go further thU anything else la bad been published four times It 'employed la Mr. Reffly's ones This slowly rising and growing U size and

starving out the disease and preventing Its spread. was their opinion that the letter of the 'charge Mr. CantUs denies sad says glistening la the afternoons sea It Lumber to being hauled today to th*. '

:: Dt: Porter. Florida's most efficient health omcer. la a statement Is. law had not been fined u the fuDwentyeight that he will be able to prove to the was a most magnificent spectacle. The lot adjacent to the Roth BuiUtoc *m

f ca to the people and published In the Metropolis, advisee a treatise toraanltadon days necessary to constitute : 'eourUury and the public that be base ot the great pyramid was ot dark Twelfth street and tb* ant ot other
and a method of preventing the propagation, or'-moaq1dtoea",1h. Innocent of the offense. smoke while. the beautiful
the fall four weeks, had not expired cap wu a material that win be auld here
Insect that medical authorities have determined, unanimously are sad that It would be better to Mr.. Conklin to well and favorably white' cloud resembling a gigantic within the next few days for tb* ewes M

bearers of yellow ever. Inoculating a person with It by their sting. AH of publish the notice another time before known and though It had beea racer pels s& being probably tea miles Uon ot a two<< tory .ImlUlaa for .

:.the suggestions of Dr. Porter are sane aad.logical:' and even should they awarding the said contract. Bred that a difference existed betweeaim.aad ...,. The view from tie river front Dad County file lasuraae aaA

7' sot prove effective In preventing the spread ,of the disease In the Stats, U his former employer there was unobstructed and many people Trust Company.Tb ,Ie,

such to to be. tie following of his directions will certainly result In benefit CHOLERA UiTANTUJCCUld we many who win bW surprtsed a- feasted their eyes oa the grandsight. kD41I c''WID bar a froatag

$ Improving- the general health of the Individual and the community. the turn of the case: and who trust of U feet aad a depth ot H test IL

;.i:1: Therefore, as a matter of precaution, ,the Metropolis nrgespoa the Not'Expected to Lire Tram One thai he will be able to vindicate: himself Wane the cloud: was forming aaJ the wffl'b* modern la every rsapeot sad

(people ot Miami the necessity for, doing aU' la their power to advance Itsbsdtb Boar to Another bat Was Cored by of the offense u charged. great spectacle was being lifted 19 aa onameat to this fast bending horoughfan.

and sanitation, not'that It believes' that the city or community.tota Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dh the Ire was raring la the vicinity otCanaveral. .
[ .Immediate danger or that there to a possible likelihood of the appear* arrhoea Remedy.RutlC THREE GOOD AND JUST The cables* on* ot the .tt wffl b* occupied for tile the b- ?

.Incest' the disease here, but simply M "a precautionary mama. One the little daughter of J:. X. REASONS finest residence la that section, belonging tag by the company bafldtac MJtboacft *

ever knows 'whit'will happen Oat 'dt, baa, beeR infested by the Dewey of Agnewvffle.Va.was serious to a'lhG.BchgNr. caught within a. year or two tf ant soolwr the

seo.rga Its repetition'would be damaging la the extreme.. There' to but 17'm of cholera: bafutUa last summer There are three reasons why moth- from. tie biasing forest and was bura- eompaay Intends to ret a aoL tors
foa*thing to do be'oa the safe side u much-as possible sat that by 1m- ...
; furattur bad
"We gave her up and did not expect era prefer One Minute Cough Cure: Fortunately "u.e o sad more imposing stiautar en ttaM
;proving the'health and sanitation of tie. dty." Begla tt now sot-tomorrow. her to tire from one boor to another First. It to absolutely bareness. Sec bees removed a abort time befor The corner ot TwUb street sat Court "

<41 ..' says. 1 happened to think ofChamberlabVs ond. U tutee good-children lore It. residence ot tratt Chandler.was entirely Souar-.when the pnesd -IWaa

\" THE DAVIS' MURDERMYSTERY.: '** Colle, Cholera and Dtarrboea whooping cough when. other remedies destroyed sad Irish: WDeoa's wffl lie rented..

.'It', Remedy and. got a 1 faIL Bold,by Btocayae Drug Com-

'f The grand'Jury1 bas tailed by reason'of" .'Insufficient evidence to bring It from the store. la ftre'tours I saw %1 JOO. per Week

!,"la a finding against the two negroes held as suspects In the'Darts murder a change: for the better. W. kept on THE FIRST; STEP TAKEN.

'#caa The eau against them was most, thoroughly and mdentl7'probed giving it and before'she bad takes the Miami Conservatory of Music

,aad the*public Ice satisfied that chi ae tJoR of the Jury.was within, the bounds half of oDe small bottle .'.... well ,The board of trustees of the later
.: 'and' This Is for sale by the Red at their meeting .
of reason Justice.Tbe remedy Improvement Fund '
225 12th: St. rraakfia Coleaaa Direttor
f..: verdict lions. of great Importance io he''community and so far Cross Pharmacy'and aQ medicine deafen la Tallahassee Jut Friday ordered

;aa i the public bears knowledge the mystery Is far'from being solved ii'it that a preliminary. surrey be made .r
';'waa oa i the day ot discovery. It.may remain so to the end: BO one knows' from some point oa the BU Lode Our Summer bt-Readiaf Claaac were'sucb a'great aacceaa tkab

[so one can telk Crime ot as deep and great magnitude u this bars-oc '< THREE NEW CANDIDATES river la u direct route as practicable: the management baa decided to opca popular claasea ta

eurred la aU of the cities and states of the union and remained ant errded to Lake Okeechobee. for the purpose pPkJo.nIL R.ta.1'OO.... ***. "$10 per. Um *f lOtMtk- .
[Sfbougb* the bed efforts of met trained and experienced In the detection: Three new candidates George AJcKlnaoa ot determining the most practicable I 1-
:i.n. ore Inn ten a tMl deed wO ,
I criminals and the solving ot crime' hare,worked upon them., C. Dt Leftler and J. F. Wood- and best route for a drainage canal .sag asr..nue, w wve a... .

la this instance. Sheriff Vrohock and his deputies,aU able, conscientious worth. bare entered the campaign for from a point oa Lake Okeechobee. at I '
PractkeiradGUe free to tfiose wbo have pitfo
:,'and.ambitions official have,left nothing undone to effect the.arres of the comm I1oeer of pnblie works. or near Chancey Bay to the waters oo .
and'dastardly,perpetrators of this horrible crime. No ease fi titssnal.ot .. .AH three of the above gentlemen of the St. Lode rtrer. The Board designated

'l, ,,criminology: ; probably furnished '.a smaller due' or motive' are'well qualified to Ail this Important J. 0. Frees C. J': to make this r"r

;:the Davis murder. There. were BOB, consequently the case bas prove., office competently and creditably: turvey. ..ooooooooooooooooocooooooooorxgoocccoooooooooooooooocaM -
i that afforded nothing but groping tb* dark a mystery seemingly rte UrJacKlnnoB la a member of the Umber The action taken by the board to the

livable. I firm'of J.'A. McDonald oo.aced fret step in the actual work of Gore

.:f' Bat It, bu attended yet that desire to.punish crime'that,Justice to. i .Is.a nan whose business career bu nor'BrowarJ's rtr"tfo ,and map1Io F. W. ,HAHN, ,

lobe public sad a sense to triumph Recess over defeat,'will prompt'tbe an- been marked by success. He Is energetic cent scheme of reclaiming the Ever a

thatttea. .to renewed 'efforts that la tile. end will run criminal or criminals faithful,and honest and tf elected &1a4eL' Architect'and. 'Builder

earth, acid tbejrtigma of butchery that BOW stands u .a Mot to the fa* i ,would do credit and honor,, to the .

Mm* ot tile community ail State office. Coatraetor B. Walker, who baa driven
:9'u: 'Kt: Letter la one of MlamTs lead-- several wells at the old golfgrounds I DOW bar ta mj employ oa* of the bet
'i' draftsman la tb* South, and am better
CONFESSION.Senator lag grooerymerchsatV enjoying a patronage for the Florida East CoM
AN OLD .t prepared tbaacrer for furnishing plaa*
second to none la the city. Be Water Works Company- to now ban "
aad detail tor}rood baildiafa, fa cablr
Is public.' spirited, a tireless worker, tag his enrta-, sad driving apparatus act work. etc. 1... BOW headquarter
"i. Senator Thomas C. Platt ot New York was 71 years old stew days ago and above 7
an.;: a great believer Ii the to the Royal Palm Hotel grounds, for tamed work scroll sawingaad all r
|CelebraUnc Ida birthday with a few intimate blends a* referred to his past !
future of Miami beaee tM'bet that work doo .
the usually roar
where a weD will be sunk near
i aced said: '8raty4wo years old! A greatmany days and mmths and g4mt r T!
tf chow'u a eommlssloaer! c public
tonsil-smite of them fruRfuUom barren, bat sons of them worth whfleTatsto ." { entrance to the machinery room for
works, be wffl 1I.1t aQ proper, attention the of supplying the boilers -
-. tile language of the pessimist! However the Senator tttm to ban purpose Send ma order for doors win f
and care. your and
sad the hotel with water.INDIGESTION ,
{bea referring his poBUeal We, for b* added:-"No, I ont.think Itbasi "
i been worth wbnIf I bad It to do ores agala should mold mypolltleal-: Mr. Wtedwertb to a contractor bytrad e dow frames, ballnsters, (brackets etc
and collector of the port of JOami. -
... along other line:. I.would not have tile years com back, but I would do CURIO and be eoBTinced. WAUL FLA
He hat beta a resident of the
"'aaeb dig raW. How differently I should rather sot 55$. u tt would toadMO i,.
ltiagle"CW'slnoe sad
its first days
developments aad I 4o aot wiah'aaytUng to develop from the statemaat There to no CUM of tedlgesdoa. dye *yrYvyyYYYYYYYYYYYWTVYV, pryTrWeWantEveryGrower
takes boss
a pride in csJling It his -
r the have not beea wortkthsbattli that I" wuld'lM; out a
that years or epala or sromacb trouble that will not
cH rat from the tae hard long pursued" Being a builder by professloa, Mr. -
political policy .l so yield to the -UgesUve sad strengths-
,:':"' Renrtaded that twO years agowba h*'reached that be bad said that Woodworth' la very'wn qualified for lag mflaeace' Kodol Dyspepsia lara

ire years more ot life was aU that b* wanted; sad asked tt b* stffl was ready the office be seeks and ao' doubt win This remedy takes th* strata off tb.
"to&e at T6. ...replied:."On, BO; twoysars ago'1 was to. poor 'liI1tJI'II up a good nee for the,plum.Chamberlain's stomach by JUgtsOag what yom eat aa4

.emit BOW I test as wen .. I erer did to my We. What I said then does sot, snowing It to rest until It grows strong
still "; This ta natural desire. Not CoDe, QoIera'aM ttarrboea -
eoatI I want fir* years merest Ufa. '
Kodol affords
agile Dyspepsia Cure I .
,*o. desire.datl but to be' ready for Itaad Bet to be afraid of tt when tt comes ." Remedy.' -
> a'phOosophlc nlai. Whether Senator Platt to ready' b* does sot i 'rrl1lf'llalCL'' gestloa and aO stomacb ,builds ;
:But If his life -had Dot been wortb who*,",why.should B* ear to cling T.'M. Wood'manager. of the White the
up system and so purifies that dla'
i ttr ABotherthlng' be said was this:,"I bar ..,.....macJ. 4oQar ta poll -' County News 'Bee... Ark. to a repreeatatrre aid 'norUaTe taWa'LA.o.DI o rnrt K I leib wR
ease tae not attack gate a footbold
l and I am profoundly glad Of It... This atJeast to to his ereJU.'If tt to eoontbera business man'who .Florida Qse ."-ct IpnW Ina. sttoTtaUa uesN inM.sL;
as when la a weakenedThe coadttloa,
tree and we bare'BO warrant tor doubting It Few mea bare exercised more does Dot hesitate la. .expressing Ida .rswisetiu't. BIdiItloG. Tattoo** CaUratlsst .*. 'I
constantly Increasing use KoJo! .
(political. power. In the senltb of his reign his will was tow with manywho, la good opinion of. a wen known remedy Dyspepsia J'IrftI-tto- ..
Cur by physicians ot boa '
: tara reigned;over others la,the realm of polities.U He says, nt gives ae pleasure to reeommend tens bow this most wonderful modem' .Msb rotatosa.'i-A Booklet am"loa.t teak ?lsat>ai-4 QtWrulty ....

:7 politic, as la ball.-.. Senator Platt has bee highly successful!, but Chambertaln-s Colic. Cholera '" rsctaasrs. Zaggtag aad ttJtpplaft,*

IWbas never rIe11aboTt: the plane ot th* politician;; bas sever reached the, lad;Diarrhoea Remedy; baring used discovery baa, proven to be the greatest -Pluapple I'WtmIta&or' IIW btar.t to pb.enppM P'fftI&
dlgestaat for the alleviation of I, ,
t of a stateemaa'and seemingly never tried. ,He has served tile country It ay self"and la my family with the suffering humanity. Its cures: o),, Ideal rrtfltenk"-Book sbowtag. att **r f1fm g brndu, -- ;. pAn ..
:,wttb a.broad and high-minded purpose, rid looked alone to the public good beet results. Ia fact I beam ft to tit many eta '
both children and adults
with the consciousness: of such a record b* would not la th* evening best remedy of the kind la rrtstence.: ." Sold grows torgei; New red Revised Xi Ica.crI 11.ah.n toot pltlshe4.,ssnt fr.s for De osBtspt.
day by day. by Blscayae Drug
his life with tbe:shadows about'la1m.-. that biz 'life.. his. Bold by the Red Cross.Pharmacy,and ,
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life, bas aot been:wortb..wbHe." aQ medicine dealers. Company.


.."" and .hisduigbternear'; Miami a. few Department of the Interior, JACKONVILLE, "Fla.
.' London- Vanity Fair says WblUlaw'Held, the American- Ambassador as weeks ago Is':stfll shrouded In mystery Land Office at Gainesville Its

'aetatorof America society la the English capital will tba.l1t necessary tow and the labors ef the coroner's JUMU.UOC, Charsa. &.;_ h O3T, Agents.,

fine lines of distinction between American aspirants tor social recog.nltloa and the grand Jury have so tar. come Notice to hereby gJva that the followinraamed ,. ,

.'. la tJaat,city. His occupation c( Dorebester bone gives tbe United'States to naught. If mind readers aria sure settler baa filed BoOo; BROWN & MOODY, STOCKTON ft: BRADFORD-

; tile finest embassy la Europe, sad Amixeesdce Bold, as the arbiter ot ot,their' ability, to read th* past and of his totenUoa to make Comm utati I Cutler Little River.

7 ieriaa social aspirations Is charged: with a. delicate function. ,Tie number the.future'why :do they. not employ proof la support of his claim: sad thai

'. trf Americans who bar gained admission to English society bas largelyiaereaedaad their talents for the detection of crime said proof will be made before Johi r

some who bav.beea cordially received la aUyfalr. and. Blgravta -, sad so aid la the'preservation ot law B. Reffly. u.'& Commissioner at : Miami 'Bottling' Works ,

,? through attractive manners great hospitality and charming dress. sad order sad at the same time lad- office at Miami. Fla, oa August W .

f bar DOt the stamp ot approval of the cut oa this side ot the water. Am- dentally, secure the rich financial: rewards UOS, Us: John R.,Walker of PerrtneFla WALL '& DICKINSON Props '
', 'bassador Reid will It Is expected, doss the doors of Brtt1aIa'iocsetito: many offered tor the apprehension of Hd 11"'. for the north..;

.:Americans: ,who 'seek .*...10"', because ibis will b* expected ot him. It Is, murderers! -Cocoa'sad. Rockledge quarter ot section Ii., township U I mat Street,VearX.B,, Miai.Fl, 1

*a rather *mberrasstagposition. and a business. ,for which the imhasia.Vir News.. T* south range 29 east He names tfc t
-"probably has little tuts.I following witnesses to prove his eon. Maaafaetarers ef "

< : When Whftelaw BeLt was a lie went to Miami College;not tar The pine that act u a tonic and not tlnnous "residence upon and culttradoi I

|;from where b* was bas la Oblc. It was his custom to,walk home yr'1d y44cadleck'apta u a drastic: purge are DeWtt Little of said lead vU: All Kinds of

i,: oa Mondaycarrylagfrom home oa his back each week the Early Risers. They cure headacheooestlpatlon H. A. Proem C- W. Bill J. F EC

.,provisions with which be was to board himself tor the' week at school, .One blIUoun.... etc. Early Hard and C A. Ooasmaa, an ot Yes Soft Drinks .

';week be carried: aU of his supplies,. the raw' and cooked them aU himself.Drills .,. K1aen'are small easy to take sad easy riDe Fla.,,' rpotosi! .
mother wrote to know bow the battercakes: be was to mix and cook him- -
to act'" safe pffl.: Mack Hamilton. W. O. ROBINSON Reglstei Pruspt A"- .BAH Ortlsa OsaofTcwaBY5PEPS1A Orle Ba"tWLK
':'setf 'taste&and he replied that be bad never eaten better batterc ea. becausei :
A' hotel clerk at Valley City N.D
i br bad mixed'the cornmeal strictly according: to her directions., When b* says .
Two bottles of these famous Uttle
:\receded a ,highappointment from the. President she'sald--My; ion has CORE
Oon. Good for either children: ,or
: greatly honored me." ,
The young mA who mad his own batter cakes at the Ohio school Is adults. W. H, Howell Houston Tex.

"'- tb*'dictator of American society In the world's' greatest capital, tbe ooenpafit -. better pin can be ttsed for.constlpa DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT
BOW headache:. O 0 *". "... ........,. .
the ttoa sick ; etc. than tehse U T"- 'I -r ww ...._...
the and most Important
finest world foreign
.' of the embassy famous pOls.w Scores of testimonials ....... ea a n n. ,...-.-. eee
t/tcis Jon the United States can bestow.And If, necessary be could: do his : .& C. OTITT I'-COS.IPANT.
their worth., Sold CUICAOQ U...
.-;-:wear. well!nay position' or atmosphere. -;, ,,__. iw; : Ask for the 1905 J Kodol Almanac and :200 year Calendar"P" ,

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k DISEASE INFECTED MOSQUITOES CONTINENTAL CLOSES (agency; aad of course the power to";
A Pleasant sapervlse.or adjust, rates Implies this?. .
The Senators who hold this view marnot
< Dr. K. S. Bnmham. of this city a Meet Successful Season of Heteri
IN Tit MIAMI RIVER i be a numerical majority .... hence !
specialist of many years experien Surprise, History Ended Yesterday Morning OF CONGRESS the possibility of heir needing aa aK Nj

ill on contagious and infectons dunes Uaace with the\opposents of the tart.
\ .
and"a student of the subject of yells Continental Iff change That they can control
The Hotel at Atlantic
George Frease one of the three fever and the manner In which It I II Editor Miami Metropolis: Beach ctoeV for the season yesterday the Senate admits little question. .:

brothe Sam. Frank and George opo conveyed. Is a strong believer la the Dear Sir:-The advent of roar daD;) morning.

crating the mull boat Hoosier between theory that It Is not contagious 1 b1 edition of July 11, accompaale by It;. When the doors of this popular hotel Will be Called For The Middle of

here and Planter fell from that cral contact, but that It mutt be Inocnla most excellent: contort, the Key Wet closed It concluded most successful September-Ses Will Be P
Wednesday about nine o'clock Into ed Into the system of a person by the edition was a pleasant surprise to al season that the! Continental LEGAL PAPRS FILED ,

the Miami Aver and was drowned. bite of the stegomyia fssclatus moquito. who receive your paper. baa enjoyed. H. E. Bemis who hat Devoted to Business lad For

From the facts learned It appear which must ant have bitten a To the old settlers here It recall, managed the hotel this season, has -I!

that the Hoosier was lying at her sufferer and Itself become Inoculate the daft not too lone put when our conducted It with great success and sign Trade Affairs Guardians deed. W. H. Combs.mlssloner of estate of Eugene 8. Lee. .
dock about a hundred yards west of with the disease."in only toucn with tie outride world wai. It Is due la large part to his seal and ;.
E. H. Bal for four of
to 1129. acne
the Avenue D bridge and on the west no other way can a person 1 bstriken by way of Key West man by tchoonei enterprise, as well as to the magnificent '
side of the 'river. Frease was dotes<< with yellow fever" said Di once a .eek-almo.t thirty days U <<: faculties of Atlantic Beach as a land ta sec 12. tp. U. south range iteast. .

i some painting on the off slJe of the Burnham in conversation with, a Miropolis write to New York and receive an anj summer retort that the hotel has Washington Aug. a The Presi I"

boat from the dock. This was the las reporter this morning. wer. Our source of supplies was from prospered this season. dent's announcement that ne will can Warranty deed. J. W. Blchbourg to ''

seen of him until his body was dii "A person may sleep in the same Ke.Weltaa4Ita mci chants and bank Ever since the hotel was bunt It has W. W. Jarvis for 11.00. lot.a. block

covered in the bottom of the rive: bed as a yellow fever patient, he ma en did much to aid us to exist. W< Increased la patronage. The season a session of Congress for the middleof 1I. CloWs addition to West Pate" :

Bear the stern of the boat by his bro eat out of the same plate and of the note with pleasure commendatory article of nOt waa successful and this season November has awakened keen pubIk Beach.

ther. Sam and about a half hour after same food may wear the clothing t or stout Messn. Alien. ""halteDand has been a reeord4>reaker. Daring interest as to the matters that will Warranty deed." H. 8-Cnmmlaga to;

the latter had left him painting. > a patient and in every other manner many others who hare alwayi the season which has Just closed. be brought forward for consideration A. E. Seltzer for |?$.'are acreeatn see.'

/ Returning to the dock Sam Freaw be subjected by exposure to the .n.- been. staunch friend to the Biscay there hare been guests at the Continental and acUoa. It may be confidentially H. tp. S3. south, range 41 east /j ti

asked some of the boatmen, anon ease, but unless he is kitten by the Bay territory and base of na whc from several states, and near'y Warranty deed A.E. Seltzer to W..':
stated that the session will deal
them Capt. Cook, of the Zora. if he pest carrying mosquito he will lIot knew Key West in sevt-ntlts congrat every city la the Sooth has beea represented. preeminently M. Allen, for $110. are acres in see:

had seen George. Receiving a nega take It. This has been demonstrateby mate that city on Its progressive step Atlanta has sent the largest with business .,aeatSou.Th. UCla 27. Ip. U. south, range 41 ease "

live reply be set about searching for ,. ample and sufficient tests any apertinents u shown in the Metro?<41 number of guests, and the register will captains of Industry will be summoned Warranty deed' Fort Dallas Land, .'

.. blm and discovered his cap float and'I am' thoroughly cos It U a happy thought of ysirs to Jo show that Atlanta has even surpassed to give their testimony ta the ,Co. to'F. H. Wharton for $380. Iota '

lag In the water the thought at once rinsed that the theory as now* ,aJvanced your sitter city a good turn in advertising Jacksonville la point of patronsge.snd committee-room hearings. Tariff and I and 4, block 7S. Miami. .

flashing' to his mind that his brothel for the spread of the dlseasi her to farorably-Hutd you have that Macon comes after this city. railroad rate questions. and the bast- I Warranty deed. Mary and William .

bad beea seised with aa epileptic fit, Is due entirely and alone to the ODe done it wen. My belief U that the "During' the year there have been ness aspects: of, the Panama enterprise BrickeU to L U MID for IMO, lot V

with which be frequently suffered aDd! specie of mosquito classed as a bean next fire years growib of Miami aaJ three conventions held at the Continental will .be the subjects demanding block J. MlamL

,r' had fallen :Into the water aDd Mea of yellow fever." the surrounding country Key Weal aad aU of them have brought attention and they will come In a '

a drowned. The water at the dock wai Contlnning.Dr.Bnrnham said that It and the adjacent keys, win be to treat a great many people to Jacksonville peculiarly' pressing form.Germany' WarrutMar7 sad WUnasa
Bricked to HatUe O. Brown for M lot; .
about seven feet deep and quite mud has been conclusive* -tabllshe4 that and .progressive that it *U1 not b< and to Atlantic Beach. Among the action la putting< extreme .. block J. MlamL \

, d1./but by the aid of a water giasi the blood or matter taken by'a BXMqulto equalled la. any other part of the guests for the season which has Just barriers against our trade has Warranty deed. P. VUendorff and- -,
the body was discovered on the bottom world. closed have been some of the most alarmed the Middle West, and the reciprocity
Into Its body from a yellow fever
wife to r. M. Doan for IS and other
conference which has beencaned
f" ..near tb* stern of the bat sufferer is not of Itself polsonous.bu ThIs opinion U based on my betleila prominent people of the country. considerations, lot 1$. block I. MlamL
la Chicago for the middle of
, It was immediately raised and car thatafter remaining la the body 01 the fairneaa and enterprise of thou Manager Beats and his force of ; ..
into the storehouse oa the dock clerks will remain at the Coatiaeatal this month will be expressive of aa
Tied four' the pweh sad-
the mosquito for three or dayi who are leading
Warranty deed. Jamie L. Xageat I to.
wai apparently extinct, and It wai for the aext few days la order to wind awakening of Western Interests in the --
.life during which It Is subjected to a torn whom, u yet no dlffcultic hare called Kelly BUckshear for S.. four and one-:::
pronounced so a few minutes later t>;J Incubation, or more properly speak a halt. Theo are the items that ac 'p the affairs of the hotel la leaving.Mr. nation's trade outlets. The apparent
half acres of land ta section 7. township -
decision tat Canada to without ? ,
beea'nmmoDed get afong
Dr. Jackson who bad thi and lathe Beats gives to the hotel the
lag fecundation, and by which count for the Intelligence snap '
U. south range 41 ....'
this la Its trade relations
and wbo made a careful: eTimlnstloa germ Is crested It iTthen;poison ani population of Monroe aad DedJcounties. brightest prospects for a successful
aid lifeless form. la 1)06. The Continental u banding ap Its industries, points In I
r of the Ump certain Inoculation for a person to be season
,Justice of the Peace W. S. Kin. aiexofficto the 11lfectecl1uect. li Increasing in poularity every season. the same direction. The threatened Mr. Thomas Jefferson Overtoa. the "
rj stung by In the meantime tAe Metropolis
coroner.vlewed the body ant Next season will be aa much a record.breifltetyLthis Chinese boycott of American goods null and etdclentgeneral delivery
Dr. Burahan flashlight for the good 0silo
Further than this wielding 1U '
after hearing the statements.of those one Has been. to occasioning acme disquietude. Efforts clerk In the local aostofflce. left We.IDOI'Dbac ;
the' or b eflorts the worlJ: '
states that specie and :
around deemed aa inquest unnecessary an being to adjust the for Thompson sad other ;
the mosquito only Operates at night at Urge can see tie reflection of whit I .
,it was' evident that the, accessed threatened difficulties by diplomacy points ,ta Georgia to spead his an
as and that if people'wID make a habit U being done. Dr. W. K Yanlai: .dlngham. who arrived
had come to Us death by a c'.tentaJThe but It Is probable that the success of :tat vacation of fifteen days allowed J1Ii \
of going into their homes at nuet Very truly yours in town last week, with the idea such action win the aUpo.tollice '
depend Mr.
drowning. body was delivered to on cooperation i employees.) Overtoa _
; and remain until sunrise have their J. W. Ewsn. of loobm o"r' the field wth a view of Congress. wm probably Us vacation- '
Undertaker H.. M. King and will be enjoy more
house properly screened, sleep undei Cocoanut .Grove.SUNDAY to locating has decided to cast his ,
held awaiting advice from Philadel The prospects of success of any o. account of Its being his trst ab-
phia. netting and In every. other manse lot with u.. nil has opened an office legislation affecting the tariff may obviously Pena from his post of duty in nearly\
prevent contact with the mosquito, the residence of Mrs. D. L...Alderman. .
in :
George Frease was twenty-seven ON THE WATER be Influenced ,by the railroad two yean but even more so on ae-

,' 'yean of age and came here about twe hat; there is absolutely no .danger or Mrs., Vanlandlngham will reach rate situation. It would be natural count of the fact previously laown la .

yean"'ago'.from Philadelphia where and affliction. This tad said DrBarnham Partlea Indulged In TrIPS U here the first of the week tad as soon for the "stand-patters" on both questions only his \most latlmate friends .that"'

bis parents and relatives: reside sit "has been proven by expri Many aa Mrs. Alderman vacates her residence to unite fonea'lD favor of letting lie will return accompaaled by ese',

L was sober 'and Indutrlous:aDd with: enc ..and test. It has been notice: Reef and Beach and Short Cruises they win occupy It The doctor :- things alone. The fight will come from of Georgia's fairest daugftters. This

his brothers did a prosperous business and la positively true that but few perIODS is a young mill _9f exceptionalworth the Senate. Its leaden are apparently wil mark a 'new epoch ta a romance

,la the mall and passenger business. in Infected countries and cities. Sunday was ideal for-water pleas and ability, and a. recent graCu determined whatever else may be that dates from old 'rod day, aad

between here"'and Planter who make a practice of remaining u urea and at a result many.?;erties enjoyed ate of the Baltimore Medical. College done la railroad legislation, that then place Mr. Overton among the "lust. .

doors at night very seldom have the outngs. some 'going to the reefs and hospital. We extend him anj hs I than be no transfer of rale-making lest men* os earth" Mr. Overton's1

fellow fever, while the majority of esses toyed outing, come going to the reefs estimable wife a cordial welcome to power from the hands of the oenor Mends wish'him an Joy and happiaeea. '.1

TT'CHT S ALO'r developing have been easily traced Florida, many to the beach In the afternoon our town: Fort Pierce Tribune. railroad properties to any public possible for man to possees.I ;
ON EXTENDED TRLP to people who have made a habit olelng Individual
while numerous
1 out In the open air at night 01
'amfly' parks went up the river or on

'The'Norfolk,'Ta. Dispatch of the who were out oa ODeocculOD' more, the bay for abort cruises and sails. ** *
Ml- .luring the prevalence of the Infection the reef were mm mm mm w CTW wm ww HP win saw win Vll vm mm mm W Vm ilmmmmm
34th'last: says of a wen known Among those going to .
Dr. Burnham also declares that malaria -
: mI.J&drt..ltI guests and the long Messrs.: ,John B., Beffly..C. H.' Garth
is conveyed and taken la the
to make: W. H. McDonald and r. & Stone-
cruise they are side
t wine manner as the yellow f ever b)
4 One of the handsomest:jacths that"has a mosquito known as.the' aaophDe,. man, the large East Coast Rahwaylaunch For Women.and Children

been in port: for a long,time II which must first come la contact with Enterprise. Capt. Ed Graham i
the SavaIo,'owned by Mr. H. E. Tuttle a sufferer aDd had the germ developed being nied. The party WM amply supplied .
-of Miami. Eli .Aboard"th''aCht are with lunch and refreshments and
ind ripened la It by a process of feoindatlon -
:3Cr. Tuttle. his,wife and chad. Capt.C before It can be takea by aa- had excellent lock both la landing fish

H. Thompson Is safllng. muter of then lad capturing crawfish: the outing asa

1- .thiveueL, whole being thoroughly enjoyed
"FDth la BO manner. II a conveyor'
0E "The yacht made one of the longest Messrs. C. H. Bradley Barry Badge Shoes
or the dlease, said Dr. Burnham lasooclnston.
a cruises liver undertaken ,by yachts. .The ,inhaling of foul and U. B. Kenum who had ben invited

', 'She left Miami four weeks ago too matter to indulge the trip were natortanately .
cents arising from decayed
4ay'end has been cruising:: slowly up detained at home by business.
CIOD4ItSoiu. imffcgnaton
or unsanitary s4 not -
the coast, canoe at Charleston .8awannam .. either of yellow fever or Another reef party was composed etMessrs.

i and'othet plaai.r .' nalarla. They Bust .come from the Ed. DtBerry. L E. Haft Klr Our women's ahd children's depa rtment'is practically a scp-

Tat"After points several of Interest'days around spent Hampton ben any aosqulto.than, aid.;but materially'filth aDd unsanitary la ,the spread con en.Lee I Brtdgeajunivaa.Brows sad.H. a Miner.Houston Wifflams., who erateshoe store itself. It takes a special knowledge to supply

t '"Bonds: the yacht wUI continue pa her ind severity of both the: ieuee. We went oat oa the yacht dan CaptaiaMeyers. women's and children footwear wants and so we place thisdivision !
northward calling at Wuh and
: Journey aD'>m. that the toalthler a body U 'A number of barracuda

'--.' Baltimore, Philadelphia.; New the. better wffl it withstand -disease grouper were landed the return to UK by itself in charge of 4. 'competent salesman. We are
t ;York aad Boston,and on the'lUa...- made st'd o'clock la tae
ind i'1"''_That Is natural sal rea- city bring
'nee ttrer. which wffl be ascended. Doable, ;A healthy bodywffl standffpetlon'and afternoon. showing the newest styles adapted for ALL OCCASIONS

GOING TO GREAT LAKES."A make any attack of fever The excursion run:to Soldier Jfcy

stop wffl be made at the ,Thousmnd r iber' maees milder If It does,aot by the glass-bottomed boat; Lady Lou .

"" Islands, after wttch the Jouraey, eject It altogether thaa:would. a dleued waa wen patronised, between .even, Sorosis S3.50 for ladies and $3.00 for children.
"vp'tEe river will be continued tq the ,
aDd unhealthy body. Brace taelet ty-ere and oa"hundred persona taking

r5. :Cfeat lakes, which wffl then be tra-. that the health'authorttlel advo- adrantage'of the .opportunity to Stetson $5 and $6.00 for men. Maloney Bros ,
Tereed: to Chicago. The Mississippi river
its and:urge saaitatioa ant healthy nut this quaint spot and enjoy aa
,'wfll thee. be,entered through the bo41 conditions.. '. outing ta the alt sad ,tavlgorattag and Buster Brown shoes for BOYS and, girls.
CanaL The lather .> -
Chicago- Drainage i The stegomyta.fasdatus mosquito breeze from Old Heptane. ..
Wttten" wffl be leisurely descended -
is said to be not Indigenous on the The trip to the beach was alto very
mouth. The Gulf of
to Its ,
Cast Coast of Florida." Some few yean popular many going over aid takinga
Mexico will then be crossed the Florida J.Jeas Je R.aa 1ti.t.t.t Ile WT
igo I remember that a noted specialist plunge la the water of the briny
be rounded and Miami wD. '
Keys offered to pay $10 for one or ins deep. te'.t
again be reached.Mr. .* i w .f b hi ,
pecie found on the East Coast but A.J 6.l .f rig..
Tattle expects ta get back to one could be discovered. I have na .TROPICAL SUN ;.yid J..k it La .14 k ..e sores
Miami by.t mUdle of December ear or apprehension of the yellow THE M k r\ 1 k... wI.I I w.iM J..
'The will have traveled probably HAl NEW OWNEKL
yacht '
ever invading Florida. The health

20.000 miles. before she gets ,back,. conditions are reported aa favorable KE :.. ttlt

home.r. from an parts, and with the rigid guar' Anaouaeemeat<<: U made la Saturday ltap'gp

.! .The Eavalo Is u auxiliary yacht olCS ntlne regulations In \force and the lone of the Tropical San of t

feet length. 174 feet width.. She precautions being. I taken otherwise. the or&tnlxaUon of a stock company'

'carrier: a 30-horsepower Standard' there caa be JIG fever,unless a person for the purpose 'of taking charge of 1nee.

gins, which will drive. her nine ipflei so afflicted and the mosquitoes that that paur .and con-lucting it after let % e .
an boar.; and has fields "of tiara.k pread the eontaglo&ire bro cht'JDtothe ten pat.... than have been received,

With favorable winds she can' stein State." which It ... stated will be September

and sail ,15 rnOes u boor. Discussing'the:mortality occurrtni 1st A cope: tf the charter desired
from yellow fever la the United States taeorp raton 1* published and t

.1,' Jla'old 'lady f om' one of the k'!y< as compared -with that from malaris the provisional organization of the s

Hlow-Miami who bad never sera araTiroad and typhoid fever Dr. Burnhap siLl company stated, towit: O.C. Mithsm, !'

? tr- lx'much less ride oa'one.came that the'percentage-of deaths from president; C. B. Kenyan, rice-pres.

to Miami the ather'dy for UM he former u shown statistics, liess dent and general manager; W. H. Da- .. ....
express purpose of taking a ride on than from either'of the two other Camara. secretary and E. A. Walker, "" r.,

cue. ,She went to the passenger'Jt pot afflictions. Tbe'yellow fever mortal'' Treasurer. The capital stock is fixed .
aad' there expressed her desire to.Stattoa ty caries: trom seven to tea*per cent., at 120.000. divided Into 200 shares .

:Master Jacbcm.: ho politely iel om' going:higher ,than that an
showed her to ore of ,the luxurious sometimes less, while typhoid victim I step Editor Kendall says:

.: settees la'the waiting r cnL .The old Lave high as 30 per cent. The Tropical Son wffl not become apolitical
W. M. Bui dine. Miamir
e lady sat there for an hour and a hall Thus It soul be seen that there is nc I machine but carrying out its

'andeemed to enjoy herself thorough need for" people-.fleeing aad becommi broad policy adopted over three yean

;- 'ly. Then abe reached out and touched alarmed over.the: prevalence of yellow ago.: '. It wffl be more of an Industrial _,

Xr. Jackson oa the ana aa* be'was ever. They would be far safer ii sheet than a political rag. Its

passing through ,and said: It rides such an epidemic than they. :would none oollcy win .be progress. and:prosper

*= easier than a.boat,'dont It," :typhoid. fever. it7.-

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U.M.KINGUndertaker Hon. and Mrs. W.:. Hunt Harris of Mr. and Mr. E. B. LJmpns will next crop of pines will beat least *f.

TOWN TOPICS. I Key West arrived on the steamer Martinique leave Miami this week for Atlanta.Ga* ty acres larger than this .....'..
and Embalmer from the bland City Saturday where they will remain permanently. He will return home this erenlng.Mrs. .

s e and left for the mountains of New Their mother Mrs.' Bnmeson. wit accompany 1 .

>. Mir Bertha 1Iu1 k1D. who has been j 1800 AVENUE D York the same evening.Mr. them. While Mr. and Mrs. J. P. BawteUe. who U risitac

la Miami for some'tune has gone to Pmopal, Attnttoe at.a, to AT Cane- Umpu and Mrs. Bun eo hare been la Aihbnrnhamjlasa, writes that It to

tf .Deals, where she. will teach school t John 8. Frans. of Jacksonville In Miami they hare proven a valuable so cool there that people are compelled

iris winter. representing the tHebold Safe and acquisition la church work and other to wear heavy clothing la order U .

'''', .L Born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mist Augusta Kaiser left yesterday Lock Company, is spending a few days ways and all-who know them feel a keep warm.

'fc We want to buy several hundred Sward from Center !lie, O, on Tuesday morning for 'Newport Vt., and win In Miami. Mr. Frans Informs the Me- sincere regret that they are to leave

", ,.:4 bushel-*. gnavas. Hughes ft Cat a boy- spend the time until November with ropolls that he hu Just closed a contract our city. *" Mrs., Margaret Arnold Groom who

friends and relatives la. that State. with the Dale County Title Insur hu beea la poor health for some time,

:1'' Miss Ruby Lasslter is among those Mr. R. Pierre' Branning. of West ana Company for a steel lined vault It is stated u a tacit that a'gentte- will leave soot for Kentucky aa4

who are taking advantage of the quiet Palm Beach one of,the most successful Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. A. Muller left with steel finishings to be installedIn man residing on Thirteenth street other northern pouts to remain nut

t- .ae.aoza'to go north to see old friends practlcloners at the Dade county Tuesday for Red Wing. Minn where their new building In October. one day this week desired to wake up winter. Her many friends hope that

ti .ah* having left Tuesday en route bar. spent Monday In Miami attendingto they will visit Mrs. Mailer's relatives i at Jia the next morning and found with the change of scene climate aad

to New York and Canada. profeslona Unties. Red Wing wu the former home of I The Miami Sponge Mattress Co. his alarm clock wu out of order. He pleasures among old friends that shawm

T Mrs. Muller. has Just shipped a large consignment wu rely mock afraid thtt he would soon be well aad strong again +

.Y.A CM Bradleys fartOtosn tat eta crops Mr. H. Pr1ee-Wmtam; who was in of their sponge mattresses to London oversleep himself and Oil to All the

*. M. LOURS* Agsat.Mr. ., the city several day last week; via Mr. w: H. Johnston and daughter Eng they going to Nassau N. P. Tla appointment However, his wife went I County Judge U.,..... with the aa

itlng relatives and friend and transacting Cattle left on Tuesday for Grime the schooner Hattle Darling and out la the back yard sal after most thority rested la him, this Morning

; business,. wu a passenger returning -G.. where the 'latter -win remain here being loaded aboard a schoonerfor painstaking and Y1&orouell found i united la marriage Mr. George W. '
and Mrs Edwin Nelson left '
to Havana on the steamer while her father goes to New York. their destination across the pond. a mosquito which she csptareJ tad '1CoN1 and Miss M. r, Gasxasa:: U*
: Tuesdayfor, Georglanna, Fla, and
froar'there' will California Martinique, Saturday night. They will return' by the ISta of this This company is doing a splendid carefully carnet ap to the room and ceremony being performed la his office. f
they go to month business and is receiving orders from turned at arge. *ne appuUUpvat wu The groom to oa* of the most
Montana &D.I"other'St.ateI., making a an parts of the country.A flied at the required hour. promising and prosperous tmkera
three months' ,tour through the north. Mr*. Wells, proprietress oC the War ,
erly Hotel on Eighth street has gone Mr.Wm. Homer of the flrm-of Cool- -- and growers la the Homestead eoaa-
to Pensacola when she will start a ;y it: Homer wu among the passengers Miami man sent to a man order )lr. W. H. Cox one of the pioneer :try and the bride'is a popular and
iota tyumfe aI .iPsa- tar Homer house about two months ago for borne pineapple of the Boyatoa accomplished lady
hotel having sold the Warerly to CoL going north today. Mr. growers section young resUtng at
sal by,Lottma A l.wsit _. Boyd. and who win more into It tomorrow first stops in New York then he goes goons. He hasn't received them yet is spending the any la town. This I Homestead. She Is a sister of Mrs ,

and mss it as a hotel here to Philadelphia and will remain there sad the only satisfaction he get out of ls Us. first visit to the Magic City J. .. Frederick, a.l1a wen sad favorably
; The columns for the'front entrance. after. until salt the house Is that they will help him within four years sad aatarafly he known la Miami. Mr. and Mr .. tt

eft'the,Halccyoni BaD Hotel are'BOW hunt the goods .. It Is the same man wu greatly surprised to note tae KOHl returned to Homestead that

delivered' r' Ja' who visited a Miami grocery store the changes and improvementswhich where till
being and placed position. WairteA-II men tn each State to Miss Norma Hymn a popular many night they make their future
Those' columns: ire of native travel tack signs and distribute laID young lady of the Island City ,wu other day and having to wait tea minutes hare beet made since he wu home, both having the heat

stone cut round and weighing several plea and circulars of our gooda. :Salary among those arriving from Key West for his goods to be wrapped up. test here. Mr. Cox states that his see- wishes of a large number of<
,tons each and.wffl be raised In'sections. fTLOO month flOO day yesterday Miss HarmeD left last night wanted to know why in the S-emVfiuh Lion is enjoying u unprecedented era throughout the country for a long life
pr per
a Cor.1I&eoG.. Ga. where she will spenda he had to wait so long. of<< prosperity and predicts that tae of happiness... prosperity._
tor expenses. Kuhlman Dept 8.U1aI .
few weeks vacation. ,--
building, Chicago.Mrs. .
It fOIl want fertilisers eoaavtt J. X.LomiBQa. ,

aK sgent'forths' old reliableBradleylsgood B. F. saucier A' Co. hare purchased
J. McGahey. and daughter. MauLtlllan SCHOOL BOOKSNEW
*.' of the White Hanky Transfer
who hare been spending the
Co. a beautiful driving horse. "Dai-
terHon.Johi summer In NashriHe; Tena, are expected
,Jones State's attomey no doubt. will appear on the streets
home.early In September lira.McGahey .
who basso. ably eon.tacte4'tbe proeecntlon'of'criminals ., tn a few days with PDe! of the finest
1* now In Palatka. and wn' AND
'o'. at the present term turnouts In the dt)'.
be with Dr. McGahey until their return ,
,ot the 'clnntt'court.. left. last night '
to Miami. '
tor North Carolina. wh *e be wUi Join The new reslednce of )lr. and Mrs. We are fully prepared for the school opening and have a large stock of supplies as well
Us wife and family who are summer R. S. Flanagan at'the corner of Are-
_ The aharpie LJntoa. about forty feet as books on hand. -We give below a list and prices of new books. As a trade Inducementwe
fag In that State. Due C and Thirteenth street<<,is rapiJly
g In length arrired port this morning assuming proportion It will be an will pay transportation charges on mall orders in Dade County If remittance Is accompanied -

from Key West with a load of household by this advertisement. :: ::* :: :: :: ::
Money to loan oa amprcm4 property. attractive and Inviting home when ; :n '::
goods belonging to i family moving
G. B. Arasden., Coooanut Grove or M.XX to-Miami from'the 111&1101at. completed.Mr. Baldwin') Primer.,.............Sfic LANGUAGE WRITING

'Price, Miami. Unton went uhore'tn the-ennal Saldwln'a First Year..............JOc Harvey's Elementary and Compo-

The Into Hugh Coachman Is dove from Baldwin's Second Y"r..fOc sltiob.....}............... MeHsrvey's WUUams-TUford Copy' Books
Wort on the Flnley and DanielsBOtet and the was launch pulled and the river Jacksonville for a visit with his parents Baldwin's Third Year............45c Practical English No.f 1........................10 eats

t'', bnfUng'on Twelfth street, between by Mr. and'Mrs., R. A. Coachman. EUldwln's Fourth Year............4Sc Revised.................... Tie No.No.. Z..I. cwt

-;--, ..' Avenue and D. Is progressing Palmer,Watthour;a brother I of Boo He will make a rained addition to the Baldwin's Filth Year.............45c No.:-Language Tablet....... We f..Y..l/ ana rapidly as possible and has reached Miami bate ban team,1 as he Is an excellent Sal dwln's Sixth Year.............(OcBaldwin's I ARITHMETICNa t..I. Scars
::> '.th*'third'story. When completed! by Walthour; the world's,,champion player. Seventh Year..........50cBaldwin's Brook's Mental .SSWentworth's a Nf). 1. ......................10 cents "'

: r'1ha will be one of the most attractive city bicycle representing rider at all.the distances Alexander Is laths BO-: aid Eighth Year............SOc Elemente: Aliebrn..LSS No. .........................10 eea'a $

.' and modern business structures and Mrs. Harry Scrum daughter HISTORY '}
ott Company,of Atlanta. His brother
botch in the dty.ror Genevieve, left last night for Jacksonville E 1eato1a'. First Book la History.TOe
Swinton's Word Primer.SOc
.. _. Is now in Europe, meeting an comers, SUPPLIES *
:: a' and will not return to America until and from there they will probably Eggleston's History of the United Swlnton's Word Book...........:teReed's L IK......,.................., I ceets
r JI $aD.r'a furs srn ,aai De IiIaL go to Hot Springs, Ark. MrsScruggs States ....... .. .. ,. .. ....|UOThomas' .. .
f it- .' time to compete in the away bleyctt Word Lessons.. .. ...Me PEN sad STAFF ............ I eta
; sale hy J. .. 1- ..... hu been la health
.,... .' .. race at Madison gouar. Garden N.Y. very popr History of the U. 8..11.20 GEOGRAPHY INK TABLET: ................I Seats
for some time past and It is hoped
la the fin.J. PHYSIOLOGY Tar A McMnrray's' Introductory. PENCIL TABLET.: ...........I east y
'.JI' Mrs. a L.. Patterson 'a$ little that the change*. will' effect aa,Improve Smith's Elementary.Oc Tarr McMurray's Complete .. IW PENCIL, ...................... 1 act 3
daughter amoac.thaN' mat .
l were going
A. Godman.who, has been engage
j,; aorta Tuesday. She wffl' meet her ? .
.s ed for the past yes or more aa master
:vlster, Mrs.'J. M. Jackson; Jr, at,Jack- 1 ,A letter from a H. Brandow. the ALL HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS
of one of the East Coast ;dredge IYM
: .sonyr.aM together they .wffl go to wen known photographer who makes
J. IIoata'.1dnc near St. Lode, has re-
r- South-Carolina and probably 'to' the his headquarters la Miami la the winter I
tamed to the city and la again with
;F;:"-:. Adiroadacka to spent. the den .two his family. Mr. Godmaa will remain months states that he Is at Purling =. Handlers of Everything. Everything sold Cheape.,
DIDthL la the heart of the Catskffla a '
here for few days resting after t gr
( \ a up.
northern New'Tork, and that he Is -
"''i'4' 'For Beat Large light, weO-rea- which be'w1lI go to the keys to assist having a delightful time and enjoying
; w. H.. CHAILLE & SON
In the bunding of the. r. E. C exten-
:ray mood omen room la BAtchett building stove a splendid business MrJlrandow says I'he R'cket Store

: \t:oa Twelfth street t y Spiers.. ft Mar -- that he expects to return' to Miami oa MIAMI FLORIDA
about November 1st.: ,
1-d"'; 1f GUAVA* or ,

?.; Mrs.' G.',W. WflHams, and childrea Highest 'cash price; paid for pans ,The city prisoners and employed laborers -

,left Wednesday, for Statesboro. delivered at FOer'a' 'packing ,house are doing excellent work la I IcIeu.Jac'.P and
Lemon City. -No. crating. BO loss and Quartermantt
s? ,,Georgia oa a visit to relatives and the. streets and cutting 1
the cash before leere the __
down the vacant lots u.ll
/frtndL'' fter wm.: absent three weeds oa
';' ..months during which time Cal WO- Jas. CarneQ the guava 'man. itt along the sidewalks., Many are also v

,?. ,]1ama. who wit. remain at horn, ex \- giving, their premises retouches in Last had one'of the sales in the.history of
Monday biggest
Holmes ,who we
.;-...rG plea to build a comfortabl residence apt and Mrs. Eric ,, cleaning and if the good work keeps ,

);t'on Ninth street and which they wffl hare been occupying' the Eptseopa up It wffl be but a.few days,before this store. On our lOc counters were found only seasonable

:41..secupy: a'ett'retW >! parsonage since* their marriage In'the Yams will be one of the best if not

: i.c..,. spring, to to more this' week to the the best sanitated city in the State. tides and as a result there were 1750, purchases made from that. ,4
home of Mrs. Holmes parents Mr.
-c 'Writing tablets and ststtonery for and Mrs.'P.; B. Jaadoa, 0. the Bonle- sale alone. Next Monday Aug 7th will be another day
s' .tala at J. B. Sererea's drag .... Mrs. E. T. Clyatt baby and"sister.. great
k- rard. Bar:Fuller'.and family will Mal Irma Bowen, left oa the morning
for for Read this list
shoppers at our store. bargain over
back great :
more to the parsonage for the .
*. Th schooner Hattle Darling Capt train for Georgians, Fla. and after ,
".Taompeoa which lime late port two winter. They hare been tiring at their rislting at that place they will go to .

country home, near ProatTUle. for their former home la Greenrffle Oa.
from N.
a JOneb or nor ago Nassau Mercbrized Table Damask assorted colors
'-x:',Ip. with a"argo of;trait and a large manyysatnbs., .'I' Mrs..Clyatt hu been a resident of Miami ,

,::<;,1;somber of panengtrs,. sailed Tuesday for two years and will return lathe '
'= Mrs E. T. aa4'bab1. sis 1 10 dozen napkins to match
!:-,maabg oa the return trip with a dyatt fall but Miss Bowen ls a visitor x
,-,;load of on* hundred thousand or men ter Miss Bowen fro making range,-baring been with her sister several" !

:. y 'feet pin lumber and several past mend 'to go Greenville,' Ga, that weeks and Is returning home after Three lots of other designs .

:y. t'i.t...,.... mother's home oa .Wednesday.' Mrs. baring had a very pleasant stay. \' .
) Clyatt Is disposing of her .furniture -

It'1 W*. want to buy several hundred and will board after abs returns from Warren Praise.better known over 15. pieces of Ginghams ; ',' .

t a bushels of guru Hughes A: Co. Georgia as her,husband has gone to the State and country u Alligator : ",*; tf.\L.: ,
.f' ; Key Largo to hare charge of a'commissary Jo .* of West Palm Beach is In the 50 pair Batiste corsets to

The auxiliary ketch yacht Physalla. ; during the' progress of the, city today. Joe states that he hu

,:! 'which. wu'.la port nearly aU of last extension work.Messrs. started an alligator farm about a mile 1 10 Ferris for young ladies. :' .
winter and which left her early lathe and a-half op the Miami River an* "

p? spring tau extended cruise laBahsms J. R. Parr tt. general man- that be;now hu about fifteen hundred Ladies Wrist Bags ..' ;
f sad West Indian waters, returned ager.R. T, Goff general superintend little gators there and that he came ..

,.. :::, to port this, .morningAnd ent. J.:P. Beckwlth. general passenger down today to see to the bulling of .
: J undergo repairs to her machinery be- Kent, tt,?'tore proceeding north. The Physalla toowaed roadmaster. of the Florida East Coast there He will make tbd This sale is for Monday at : ,
>' : by the Smithsonian Institution Railway, came down last Monday place his headquarters In'the future

j of Washington, D..C, and to used foraexpednioss from Jacksonville In Mr. Parrottt private but will divide his time between here

la Interest'of science car and spent an of the forenoon and Palm .Beach;dartn the winter.

;the present trip having been devoted In inspecting and examining the'various ate which time he'derlns handsome Burdine & Quarterman

properties of the railroad for the sale and exhibition of
,iO the gathering sea curios and tot company profits
.sa., ... in this city. .i hlsTather undesirable pet*.
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; GRAND JURY T FAILS TO :, EPIDEMIC REHIDIES.Miami. I I 1 Interesting Weather Dab DR. I

:FU. July 2 a. 1905. The following data covering a period

1 INDICT DAVIS SUSPECTS Editor Metropolis: of seventeen years has been cm-

Tour recent Issues Indicate the presence plied from the weather bureau record
w of yellowever la the land. It at Jupiter, Fin They are issued to
1s cer,
.*. After'being in session for nearly two to the Hon. Minor S. Jones, our.sincere U well for everyone to be preparedto show the conditions that ,have prevailed

weeks the grand Jury in the Dade thanks for courtesies extended nswhile withstand attack. la time of peace during the month in question fever

1 in session and It giveslis much above of but there
4 Circuit Court finished Its business prepare for war. At Panama the for for the period year
county pleasure to extend to Hon. John C. must not be construed as a forecast the
at 2.30 o'clock United State Government medical director -
this_afternoon Jones our able State' Attorney our of the weather condition for the coming Oa ;i
: handed Its gworai tr thanks for the able and *, hare ordered (rem New Tork .
and presentment sincere masterly month of August: ;

to Judge ),UDor,s. Jon-w, aftef which. help he has given us. His untiring twenty tona Insect powder; twenty TEMPERATURE lesW.

trey .ef.j discharged. work for the careful performance tons sulphur seven tons flour to make Mesa or normal temperature. 11.4 Board

of our duty and his able and kea.ppredatloa. paste; 100 Iron kettles to 11M for fumigating. degrees. by n L

The presentments are d-pcrrsnt one of evidence for Its taD Off the capes of Virginia, The warmest month was that or which rt

k: b particular'being the finding and worth, wu to as and will be to future two powerful squadrons patrol the 1900. with an average temperature of lick

ra 'suggestions. upon its Investigation of grand Juries a great help ta the Jury coast 8X2 degrees.

e" the'Dana:- murder,mystery resulting room. Although this to the first grand A squadron of mea of war war sent The coldest month was that of 1901 The

raretil and thorogh Jury he baa had since assuming his to France to brine to this country the with aa average temperature of 10 as :
ta the Jury'after a, .
duties as States Attorney, his work remains of the fighting admiral John degrees. of the
: .. toOing to find anIndictment
hreatlggatlon1 and suggestions is that of a veteran Paul Jones la itself this was an Insignificant The highest temperature waa M degree : _

against the two negroes We thank him for the able service he feature, compared with the on the lad 1102. tor

held as suspects and which relieves has given us In matters that have' greater-one, of a menace to all' intrusive The lowest temperature was U de leans k

.N+ them of the charge: .that'faced: them. com before,us for our foniH ratlopaa foreigners meddle with gees oa the 17th. 1S9L and : .

The other presentments are also important grand Jurors.To matters over here. Yellow fever has The earliest date oa which ant at

v Sheriff Frobock and his able deputies i started on the Journey, aorta. It will "killing" frost occurred la autamajfovember On
and are best told as submit.tedto
w* also extend thanks tor their I come where conditions Invite and BO 11.ATerap be a
Judge Jones. They.are as fol prompt and efficient services and courtesies : quarantine will tear It away. It win date oa which ant kffllng" mat'

lows: j shown us. Respectful sub come Ilk the Archangel Gabriel frost occurred la autumn. December29th.

To the Bon Minor 8. Jones Judge miU .J. la ISC cholera appeared at Chicago have
.' F. W. CHAPMAN.Foreman.. m. I read about It In the public prints Average date oa which last "kming- lag
'k of the Circuit Court:.
la the New York Times a rmdyasd frost occurred la spring February It. stated ,

W*"the grand. Jury, Mara and,serving _1 by the American mlsaionariM la ladles The latest date oa which last tlfl- this <

at this special: term ot th* Dad FROM FERTILE FLORIDA was published. The Times saw thatIt Ug" frost occurred: la spring; April H. *

'county, :Circuit Court, beg to, submit was requlsit for the people to ban 7th.. the tat

,c, this, oar general'presentment What to Going On ta'the Land of th* something that would act "p.. m a.", PRECIPITATION ton .

We' hen dffllgently ,xamlaW ail Grapefruit aad'Pins. because they soon get scared and motor Average for the month."1.17 Inches. ltd

: One can not get about fast eaoagb. Average number of day w16.01aa of till
matters coming before, us' and This remedy wax very powerful; composed tack or more. U. and hi

returned indictments la'cues where Already farmers have begun to prepare of Imdin11, camphor turkey The greatest monthly precipitation No

Ole fads warrant such action on our for fan planting, ', rhabard. capslram.' tincture of carda- was U.lllacM1 la 1901. the !

,part: _Sweet potatoes are being plants in man seed. I had a farm eleven mOe The least monthly prednltatloa waa city Or

i ban searched into large quantities at Como. west of town and out of reach.. I .ad Lit Inches ta 100. Dr. '
We dUllgenUy
Swet'p CatoM 'sad-velvet .beans are three hired men. One evening.;I satIn The greatest amount of precipitation had
r the Davis murder case and. have. had the door talking to one of them. gave
.. an doing wen ta the Candler section. I recorded U aay twenty-four eanseen- '
number of witnesses before Be retired la good spirit On reaching New
p a Urge the UTe how an U11KM1 oa tOtn aa.Inet.
About Orange City tomato season c
ns and have'Investigated every apparent bar covered mon' ,than. five' the top ot taa stairs overhead 1SJJ. cases

,x clue.. Our, finding on this matter months. -- I' he felL I Instinctively knew It must CLOUDS AND WEATHER he ha
be cholera I rushed up aad there he Dr.
number of dear day. 11
to evidence before ns would : the' ofMt Average : -
Bat,the The orange crop ta vicinity
lay on his back; the,muscle tied U partly cloudy day. 1C; cloudy day. 4.
t not warrant the finding.ot an Indictment Dora will be much larger than.anticipated. II knot With the other men laid him WIND. eral,

,In.this connection: w* .recommend on a bed and gar aim a tablespoonful The prevailing wind* have beea from
Orange trees ta the ridalty,of Winter of the mixtur W1u!
; that the coroner's Jury continue: the southeast. ,
a Garden are potting oa n wonderful The effect marveJoaa. Be became Victor
The hourly velocity of the : i
their ,work,and. file their supplementary avenge
new growth.. I limp I applied mustard plasters Nay, .
wind 1* 7C mDe*.
report at the next term:of the
Win Morton, ot Err grew,and shipped to the I stomach and to calves of leg The highest velocity, of the winJwaa pose ,

Y Circuit Court 1.700 crates of cucumbers this season 1 aad muscles of arms aid'he wassated. M miles from the east.oa the the ;

:We.recommend: furhath.t, the evidence .from M. acres. 1 After awhile,' la a week, I 1SSS. tag to

; : taken ta the" Davis murder case Farmers are shipping pears ta large also had It. but tb..'mlxtae had ao H P. Bardta. prNMc '
effect on ... I, had to alp French 1 and
tavestigaUoa ta shorthand be typewritten quantities from Glen .. Mary but complain ; Official Charge.
ot smaH sis sad low prices brandy; that.wu: the only,thing that Station at Japtter Fps.July teals
far us* Ia.further tavesttgattons .
cared me. No ODe else had It. tory
Dr J: B. Wlglatoa of Okahamks. to JO. 105.FROHOCK ,
v by,th* officials and OB* copy of Let the people of Miami proceed to the
the promotor of. n peach industry
'.tie b farstehsd th take care of themselves, and ascertainthe Iou 4'4
same coroner. of .
which gives promise growing into s AND DEPUTIES HARD t --

We,further recommend and request great money making burin ., best remedies. AT WORK ON DAVIS CASE by si ;
Very truly yours, .
I the board ot county; commissioners to the vicinity of Dunedin the orange quits
Louis c. Manning.XJ9 .
allow and set said a reasonable' sum tree are growing and holding'' their Tenth St. As stated ta the Metropolis Friday
la.4a'd fruit;' :>Everyone: Is looking : '
a ,ot money to b* .:and e.4 ta farther afternoon the: grand jury of the .

tavwtigstioB of the'' Davis murder forward to a big crop' this winter. tdrt lit court failed to bring la aa ladlctmeat
,- c Mrs..B.B._ .Kicker, of South Lake TASKER: against Dennis Thomas and The '
ass. This request to founded.upon oar Weir, speaking of the coming crop ot DEAD. AT. OEtRAY Da TO,Bra&r. the two aegroes'use Key:

firm .belief that, this_mystery win be oranges said. It would b* light eomu.- petal sal held by the coroners jury
eel wlth last ee oL'. 'Mrs. Kicker has West Palm Bach July IL
solved,.bat that without moms to pay for,a tan laveetlgatloa, by the former
the ease ot the finest groves la'tMtseo.Uoa. :A very tad event at Delray yesterday the '
: De ezaeu.s,d piroe eugagrZ'b body. '
gar cane for the pseae of a verylame
this Investigation teffected Tae Metroropolia.has all aloac news
g'can Aa'effcrt"win be mad to crow number of reddeaU of Dma1.aWI'dt7.'to. kept posted oa the'progress made by 0. ... ', I
.!"u the ,
blackberries Dade county. There to r
felt The
the authorities and It has positivethat
r W*recommend. that tn* several.Justices no doubt but they wm do wen tier sudden :death of Mrs.:.B., C. Taaker. .the grand Jury would be aaahl er. T
The son of Dad*county to very rkXOrange'rCounty who .wit* ,theMa.f aad,ehfldrea.
ot tn*puce ta this county asks to briar ta a true bm against either with
were among Boat highly esteemed
aad return an p.aems ta' cases Reporter the of the defaaaaata aad against whom ...... ;
wp i At Detrajvth.shippingseason: II. of th'r* id,nt population of Delray.Mr .
where they hen bound>> over..prisonersen practically over.'only'a few crates ct j; 'Tuba;,'.. bee ta' ebIe.e.n there were but slight ssspicioas,caD '

to tM tlrcatt' Court ImmeUatey up pines betas'shipped now. The canBlag for some time, due to complications ed by derogatory ststsmeats of use not .. '
and. the peeaUar actions ot the ether there
,such. 'Madias. .over.. ,. 'to-the. -.1et'fI. factory to'only ran; ',Tassdaj andFridays. 1ad4eat'.10' : her period of life both being arrested sad held by She,- shop
ODJ7- In'w..a'aIo tt bat nearly a demise wa not'antia* .
th* Circuit Court. 18 Frohock.'Thomas oa a charge of sad
patIa4eecI.. It I* said, that oa
; W that tbs war ran day aad night to get trait put larceny sad :
recommend county_snOxrtties' q I her appetite,and spirits ladteated grand stealing bicycle*- seems

'enforce?:th*. \vagrancy tow np.A> Lake Helen correspondent wrttm: .Improvement ta her. general watch Bradley,. for petty lareeay-eteaUag a .Dr.. :

passed ta th* last Legislature.: the' : conditionThat. this wig bat a delusion '
-' >
la Its Iave.tlgitlcs,1MgrsJ Jury as ,
'We'torua' renommenj. that to* who have LeConto pears are njoyiag to painfully shown by the tact that
lad evidence
{- exerted every, effort to
while the the
family were at dinner
Bononbl.Board ot tbunty Commlssrioners tbem'oa th* table, bat th* crop to below that would warrant It la holding the -
skilled horie came to the dining roomand
a ',ernns* to be erected, without th.average,. The..s.neu I .excitedly; ssnounced that cab negroes for this Imfimoos: crime bat !
'substantial around'the psraong grapes are ripe aal very ... signally failed though Thomas was inn by Dr.
delay:n truce .1 feared .Mr* Taker. was dead. Hurriedly
H. 8.'Thomas ot KUred.: to .
fining dieted for Bradley .
grand larceny
'jean lot of durable material. This recommendation -" the family husband and children rUe
up' the cleiing.
"Big -It win take was remanded to the court for dis .
entered the sick room, only to
to based Information about I ,
upon SO.OOO piaeaples.! The entire field .. !
that the the yIn
and spirit of loved one
}; ,furnished ns" by'oar efficient' aner-- sal .comprise.thirty acres.- .K... Aa- had.'Indeed catered the realm of the speaking of his work la this mystery gated. =

.ins as to its ieoasi4W.'tarther din to setting oat more pineapples ant Great Beyond Sheriff Frohock said today: compel

a recommend that bly.wffl tncrcsss: her.plantation- consider- IXty.. Fenton ft Co* undertakers| of "I have exerted every effort to workout km :
Honorable Board of County ; lie this dtT.'were notified ofthe, 3eath. the ass' and arrest the guilty West
Oa East Coast tt Is not believed
parties. I have traced dove has
with nll'J'due .
and requested to come casket :
+ toners take suitable steps to the es
the orange Q be so great
crag and equipped to prepare the body for that I could tad and I have given have
tablishment of a poor with suitable last season but there weal be a good Interment 'Mr. Featoa left'yesterday the most thorough Investigation of

buildings .thereon at or within yield la ne't1cInIt7"of: '' Tltnsvffle. TheHomaecker afternoon with hearse sad burial ease, throughout but ao far have been unable with :

easy distance ot the city of Miami'as says the groves at Shar- and this nyyytna baring la the meantime to obtain the slightest-evidence Health

S being better for tour,unfortunate pan- pea. City;Point RocklsJge. BouT_- given direction forth preparation that would warraat ... la making aa for ,
Merr1U.alu4 have
Pen aad" ot 1f.e'apeue' tn* taxpayers :of the"craTe; brought'the body arrest Th*
crop- bat not as large as last year.Tb. : op to' WooJlawa Cemetery where It 1 have aot given up the ease but
of the county ot Dade than toIncurred Ocala Banner ian examination
SB was Interred and where It was met shan continue to work oa. I have
* by the present ,system. ot the records of the csnteloup by' the family aad' sympathizing some few facts st hand that I doat :

!s We have Tlslted'the county Jail'and 'and watermelon season Just closedwW'ahow'a friends who had'come up to this city care to divulge that, may result la an ,

t find it kept ta good condition tad perfectly higher freight'rato than oa the early morning traIL something but when I caa not Mats er
ever before known and w* have have The burial took place at ten o'clock "The two negroes Dent Thomas :
secure but. w* find that ,the
State aad Inter-State! ,;j'.railroad com- this morning ,the religions service and Dave Bradey. arrested for grad i

main steel cage,to b&.Ii.triaie4., missions, too! conducted by Her. Dr. Oser. pastor of and petty larceny;and have held them UI

being entirely too dose and hot and Crop statistics' make these show- the Methodist church at Delray. for such the investigation conducted ceu

V that the comfort and health to endangered tags:, Condition ot sweet Jwtatoes. 94. The 'attendance: .at the grave was 'by the grand Jury being made by request quito

thereby. We recommend that field peu.,3. aura_U. eggplants. 14. large made. tip of friends. of the family of the coroner's Jury. water.

that peanuts SI. hay'SU velvet beans ttalfalfa. from Delray. some having como up This ls the sum and substance of face
a* soon as poslble the commissioners
100. ca TUo' M. bananas (L by train and other by private conveyance i the case. The Metropolis feels that
order that such
changes be
orange treeS: 88. lemon trees U. Urn augmented by acquaintancesand : the aheriff' and his deputies the cod
made ta said cage as.wffl Improve Its trees. 61. grapefruit trees $2. tomatoes sympathisers of this city. ones. Jury and the grail Jury have from
sad permit :
TentOatioB tn* free p. -
82. pears 66. peaches, 7S watermelons Without exception, all ,who have lone all ta their power to secure evidence ea) '
of air and
sag 81
'3. cantaloupe .s. pineapples learned of the sad circumstances: of that would lead to aa arrest anres

We nave examined. the killing of 77. grapes Prospective,yield: COSTS Mra.Tasker's deathjeeply sympathize and conviction la this horrible butch be ao

David Mango or Wlngo aid find no 4J,basatat; S3. orange trees EJ, with the stricken family:and extend ery. The, murder was a mystery tobegin oil .

.reason for differing with tae finding lemon trees 21. Tame trees1. grapefruit to them sincere condolence: with; It ha. remained as such No

ortIae'corour', ..Jury. and exhonorate .trees n. tomatoes $l.'pears 66. to the present but If It Is possible

', o.pat7.Sheriff 1'P.. Gore from ana peaches 7. watermelons: 94.; .anti- Miss. Cards Leslie, who has been I for It to' be ferreted the Metropolis ( .

k jWsme.., loupes 97. pineapples. grapes'"94.- tlitthz"ti',Miami recently ha* goneto i believes that the 'authorities wOl Jet with '

dv' -W.u..Il'U4Ju7.,"wlshjto extendthe Fruit aad._ProdBce.News. Pembroke to open ben school.' I be -=ceaataL sick
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t1/.NNBMM.O I 4eHrtlola from the "'17 Sa. .precaution to guard against
S year, bat it Is nor asserted' I k"of yellow fever, sad*the IWHY 1+ WILLIAMS WAS ;PARDONED :

rr New York marine corps has fallen ... attached thereto the sum of .

"((professions:! : appears to be little chance ot & made Immediately avail
Letter. t mediate Increase. The entire purpose. Attorney Furls of
.JaekJoo1'1J Uallla
e. oo
account of Ida
t of the corps should be 14.000. .. & does not propose who secured a ... mental eoadKBecaaa
/fr pardon for Wfl- tlesa
;: .... .........I.......... .: is 1.600 snort at the present State Board of Health ahaU llama the slyer of Mark T. BarUe- Williams la
a crlppto aaJ
1att.raoa erery prospect of a further by a lack of funds at
ea7>rrotrsag.J ,New York July -County CIVil u a result ot the hot weather. period and gave Captain lOG la this dt7 U U02. gives tU oI.. la poor heaUh. Becaua Dr. 8. E.Bllteh. '

ATTORNEYS ,AT LAW. Thomas F. Hamilton,ant hla frtendaare of hearty co-oper lowia* reasons war William wan released State prUoa physician of flow fWa.
confident that he la to be the candidate
'"e/hl........U (11 OeM.IbM rl,....., of the Republican organisationfor Announcement Is made support l fromprison: wrote, several stunt tetter. te

ojsdMtso"LawNtw.tesaend pedeatlW mayor. They aay that he win be that the Grand Council of the "Jamca 0. Winiama was pardoned the members of the board arslac

wen Taws.CJoieR. the Municipal Ovnerahlp! I Arcanum of New Tork State BULLOCK DEAD because there war an overwhelming them to pardoa
ptla>tl.. Ft.. toJoraed by WUtUnw.,became of
League and the Hearst cluba. Accord to Buffalo next Tuesday to take maw of evidence produced before the hia uabalaaceJ mental coadltloa.
'p T. BUGGL M. D. lag to information siren oat thin week oa the rates of Insurance Grand Old Soldlfr-States- board In proof his and
i .Is Now No Mora Insanity prior suggesting that he be. removed to
tabulated the
by supreme body
OOM with KWOrostraamMyB an understanding has been reached ud subsequent to the homicide Because some private aaatariua. where hecoold N
order. This the first time to
** ... awl $tns between the Republican county: or>
cmyTAirr &..0 ganisation and the Municipal Owner ty-eight years that a Grand Robert Bullock. Florida's he had been aa Inmate of the be properly treated. Beeaeae a
FLORIDA.orncx the Arcanum has been man. died at hla hornet to Georgia Insane Asylum for
: ahlp League by which a fusion be Royal several 'member of the teed Jury i-

IIL.A. L lACDOlI> n.. tweeD these two forces will be effected special session. It is 1Z.o'clock Thursday. after month prior to the homicide and that Indicted him petitioned the board

for the coming: municipal campaign. the subject of Insurance rates war only off on a furlough at the time to pores, bum evidently coadadlac "
Bullock born to North
: That fusion contemplates the nomteaUon thoroughly discussed and a : was of the tracednever that they, had made a'nxUtake. sad
Horax:BiacATHi BLOCK: ,ATI,D rates adopted. December t,11$. moving to harlot beea discharged that 'Williams
of Hamilton for mayor It la a W. waa Irretpoaaiale tor,
; MUM!. I'LOBIDfDL& and whoever Hearst and bla followersdecide t 1814. la his early life he from the arhua or eared. Because his act. <
K.CHARE upon for Controller. ,The nun Confronted to this dun teacher. He began his under the law where the defense of conrleta recommended his pardon '

... at present'most talked of tor Controller the need of doing something to Florida to HO. when of Insanity la mad., the defendant Oft the 1J'OU4.of. bMaatty.

tCDENTIST.,,*' oa the proposed fusion ticket,Ia away dreariness, Newporter* elected 'clerk of the circuit; la sot m lrtd to prove his tar of the opialoa
.... Oflc U davit a.lWlq.;.. T.trte Martin W. Littleton. Brooklyn bur !rat "juvenile parties." Marloa county, which posi sanity, but simply,to raise a doubt as with his coaOltloo to the effect that If
,). oath's president The proposed fusion many handsome boys and girls for six yean. He then to hla unity; which would entitle him he was removed from prtaoa aad treated '
ems'FLOBDL" to business for a year. to a verdict of "not cuflty. Becausechi for hla malady, .. could ..'
"KUKL does not take Into account: the I City by the See, and It cwn.L
Citizens'Union. It Is not the Intention I attractive' youngsters are to Governor Brown commis evidence produced Wore the Par but that It he was held a prtaoaer lora

H..r.A T.uO!. of the ReP1lblka. organisation., It is I way to be killed with kindness, to organize an Independent donlnc Board tended to prove the Insanity abort time hooter he'would .. ta

ATTORNEY AT LAW.: said to'make any great effort toN con- unusual amount of attention to of mounted volunteers to of the defendant at the Um of curably...... Becaaae the board

...... ........ sma" dilate Ua former chief ally la haSaacampaJpL showered upon them. Mrs' a protection against Indian tU homicide. 'Because Dr. R.O8ha. had the ;taturaace of the parents of d rain. COne dig often entertain the *, he"1D1Dc'tJae position aa I of floral City Fla. ippearad la per Whams that he would be trnmerflatety -
"; .
.-.t j B etarv usiM rablie,u av! .Oflle u amoaiBf. the colony with lavishness and for eighteen months, whea I soa before the hoard and Mated that placed la a prirate 'aaaltartaa at

MIAMI ..FLORIDAH I / Inaoratloa this year la the.YacatlanachooU alIt,. The way she dole out safe to disband the from hla careful obesusBosi of WO- their home for treatment It he were
.- ,0 Bam conduct tar the JUt few pardoned that
they could care tar
),tr la the BttaMUhfftftl oferea would make a careful dolorhL
I,.,W. GRAJOIITQ' l r head dubiously. Btin. her returned to Ocala and read mouths he via aatlsfled that he' via htm.- Becaaae the board waa ..UaI.. ",
...,.. playgroonJs for mtichere: and meataDyuabalaac.a, std.recommend that he could be better
are not toe the youngsters : ; admitted to practice to lift. cared for byhla
babies la Msul""" aaJ: Brooklya. ed that pardoa: Warn** Or. relatives at aaattartaaathaa
: PBTSICLUI LID Bvaaaox.Umca ly. Guests Include growa-up hla profession for a year. a prirate ,
'" (The design underlying the adectloa at then Alexander, a'O eettb appeared tm he could be at the Florida State
ur, KUMI BV fan. and Who seem delighted to find by Gov '', '
these places t compreheaded a; cool penoa before the aboard and stated Woe. '
1 to raise a company for .u1laa. and it war but hv
sion where they 1i&1'drop
'to Hours from t a. 4p.m.. comfortable mort 'fort!ioclaJ stiirJ. War. which became a part that .e had treated ,Winiam for laaaaltr mane that hl;>eat lateretta with,regard 1
Jr 'u,_ ,- FGILLESPIEENLOBDentli tainment'among,She women: and the Florida Regiment several months prior to the to treatmeat ahouU be ..Men- "

urine to them of valuable Instruction: THE GRAND DUKE BORIS homicide, tad that h. knew WQUam. ed. Becaaae 1.W.'Wanl. Jr, a whoa*
t In the anef, children: The.corps of OP Bullock fought Iff the Ken prior to the impairment of hla maven charge j Williams boa been for the past ;
,.;. Instructors at each are domestic set Purls July SI- KJrby waa aa exemplary youn man moral. two ,..,.. aad who la one of riorida'a.: ,
i&TRKSVzJCIAMtFLOBIDA.. eace teachers, trained nurses 'ulpert' e* Csara empire "Grand D soon promote to a col aobtr. Industrious -and devoted to hla moet promhtent ctUiM, and largest,
: i QVVTCt h tsa KUIIDLBCLK He waa to ,the battle ot
\ ...aniaam.wra Uadergartnera." Tatts are glren "profligate" have .tang' been : pareata;; U tens testified to by thorn aaTal'atorea operators, appeared before "
about dirt and the ire of babies along moo'terms To ten a & and at Missionary BJdge, suds of promieat people rper' Georgia the'board to perwet and retaeet.ed .., u

scientific lines Rend the meant ,by he is "no better thaa a Grand latter place he war a and Florida who had known kIm tattmaUly the pardoa'of W1I1Iaoa the'

H 1r. ZAEzJ0,1c. D'; 1I'hJda.cb114mL' u be amused rationally is; the greatest possible e, ..'prIaoDer oa,Johnson's Is
w ,R '> OSomop\m+rt,. 'and pronta 7. lathe domestic against Ida moral character. & ovemher 1. 11(2. rand had deluged the Pardoning Lard ;vet* sad that prlaoa life haled to ;+
IL Re win
III6D. on-: ,, If n. IHi-Mt," A_C science, classes'4> the ie d.era.u4. Perhaps the most notorious to many otha letters n thla'young maa'a behalf. Because aggravate hla trouble. Becanae tarn, ,
,.... .... reached
,BolIn the rank ot
':"4r trained nurses glrra; special, lartroo ligate of all the Rnsslsn Grand brig- Dr. M. Allen physician sad oar members of the Ivy that tried'and
."Jf Banff run hoarsen m host, lions OB diet la the torrid servos 1eluding. la the Grand Duke Boris, who geoa. of the Georgia State Insane Any convicted him petitioned the Fardoa-

i*" I .*the, preparation' of[food,-and Newport society on the wounded at Mnrfrees Dorn. lam appealed to the board'to parJoa i hat Board to pardon him evidently baUerlnc '
; 'Jon Also on measures lob, taken to aroid his visit'there couple; or ; 1864.. and disabled for him. saying that' h* had treated bum that they had maJe a mistake (

,;; CIVIL ENGINEER; heat prostrations, sad what la to be and later waa'recalled from the .. II'" Inmate of the,Georgia Insane sad 'w aabalaaced condition aubae- 3

.1;. AND SURVEYOR ,ions If stricken.; to Manchuria on account of his : recovered he resumed the Asylum prior'' to the homldde' cal anent to his coarlctloa tending to eon- ;.
i.utjhibe'iot. But atoffic L&rp. I'IItaftJc i escapades. oth'r of his profession that' he wag never discharged from rlnce.them. that hla defense of toaaa- +'
fAUO.II........ I>I. '1.ap Ts.a one The evil to Ocala, .
....:'t data- The latest:French ;:inraslon 'takes of Grand Duke Boris has"not be appointed Judge of the that laatltatloa aa cnrtd. Becaua tty waa real and not a hoax.- aa they ?

.i.KLUII./ ; FLORIDA. he ship of a genuine,*rasslerie as' served by the terribly trade' {.but ....'ousted by the hundreds of ,the beet citizenship'of had perhapa. cooclnded at the ttaeof t

tt:. JL JUCDomror Parisian aaJ ou,are called., It'':''i Une. Anastasla Ifaxouroff.. the to 186S. I Miami the place of the homlcUe. pttltioa > the trIaL Becaaae his taM war the
; S'. opened on Eighth arenue'a couple of est daughter" of yeU-bcni-a; iDi craUo >&omlnee for J the board to pardon a uua ms. etronfeet caae that ever,went'before

.,.; .REAL ESTATE: weeks ago.'a few block above Twen and acknowledged to be the ,erDor'lu UTS. and ,a Because thonuiJ of the beet them the board tor Uerathm. Beeaene, i"

;'!" watt Pfjnrmf,Oran IJMOCOHHM. tylhirdstreet; udalready It. has,a UfnTgirl to"Kazan. Despite to 'the campaign. of ship of Georgia and Florid lacfodUK hamnnlty demanded relief for 'WO-
,tt. IfOT&tl'TUBLIO large trade among:ilorers";of'Trench orous mecum taken by the R s many public offldaU of both States. Ham, becaone u humane 'mea they .

I "vrLJI'.B.FLOBID J -..'"' J.\&f}. drinks and French" "foods. Not an of authorities to prevent the & he waa.elected. clerk f of the petltkmed.the. Vwrd .to pardoa WIl could not hare done otJMnrIae.FREDK ."* w

Ua customers are ?Yencnmea. by any coming public:the particulars of Marloa"county.. .

H. P. BRANDING mans and Ills safe to prophesy that' sad 'affair have Just appeared represented his district to : S. MORSE ;;

,* AasnereWCssiirhrf ., ... when Its 'existence'become more ex- eral of the Pane newspapers. ""' ,and Fifty-aeond Con #
tenstrely fnowa It wffl hare a large 'For some months'past, so the retiring from public We"'in

>Mqit. Ate to Uktei.SMitak Isfrsmt r clientele'among men'and women who c es.. ,Mile.; Masooroff, caused however, he wen again REAL: ESTATE ;

""ele1.J'De41a Part to like the characteristic Meads (feat' anxiety.b7 her the circuit bench. : : .

\ West Palm Beach .:; ..npi little marble topped tablesand fits of melancholy an4 nervous : Bullock had the distinction ,
the walled seats.The real nor; sion.;. For ,week* "at'' a 'time the'0I4est voter to Marion Offloei up stun Cor Ate.C aad 11 th...

:r. LMIf1'LBAIDb3- I etty of the place, however ls Its ear ;mained la r,nae BOOM,' .. ; Miami Dade Co. Florda.

a ATTORNEY, AND kxw'bar an4 French bartender. The fusing the dozens of .

"': ,'COUNSELOR ATLAW.; 4eeoratloaa, 'are attracttre spa received to dance sad partlea. to Governor BrowarJa AGENT OR LANDSFlorida'East

r"P .'' .weld off flat Z.. Law; & ,u4 M Frenchy': to the last word, andIs ranged stn.,however. Der ,puma Supreme Court ha ee- Op __ .
.F: \ ,1 DRssn os.,- tR-Jic. a gallery that tdpa the cabaret" ups her tai accompany then to give an opinion oa Oe con Coast Railway Co.
:... d number ,
are a of boss w n'ttU
t' MYAML0a'ILORIDL nay den party given,by the tit the recently enacted Florida Coast Line'Canal and,Tnuw.-Co.
eat to
"lit comparative aoclasloa and enjoy the clt Here she
) displayed known
u the,Backmaa
.,,:'> 'MITCHELL W. ''bOy,..... the mule. One 'of' the featarea ed''animation, aad throughout act. The court U not ... Boston'and Florida Atlantic Coast Land (isa
of the place Is the deL He Is'an old I '
temooa.wa* the centre of a to pan. upon the consttta-
3 Law'aad ; man. eharaetcrlctieallr: matt with crowd of admirer, -.
--'- --- -- the statute affecting the
ii .Cbaancerry.DtU his Rat waxed mustache and Imperial Returning home MD*. Ku executive duties tat pow- / the

:- .i itaefsuaes. Be posasssta' to a degree' the art". of I, tarsi at once to her bedroom, -/ ,* NQWis Time
'j eoot$ fa French style., the morning following her
'" .
& .. W.::3.MAYNAIID: ,' i "t' unable',to obtato :a reply "..
.t.. Despite the rare'; start male by knocked at her mistress': door. :: le&.NaShYille To Plant Orange 'Trees
,.: (0' Mrs.: Hamsa'a :
or,; \ Dnryaa'. and Mrs. atate'.treaty M. Masouroff ,
Barry.Payne Whitney to tU way of a Into his daughter1 and
.. Grape Fruit
:;: racing stable 'at'' the 'Saratoga track found the young girl,clad to a : Rate ,Room Trip

r\ there asuns little probability of fashionable peignoir, lylax back to a chair : !Aso Rose Bushes for Winter
.I : Tickets. Blooming
EtE..uD OPTICJAH. women to this country takingcap her looking fiat* There wa* Tourist. ,
Perfect fittiag, eaq'1reU'INu.u.taeses, except Tor the fancy ot let wound to her temple, sad a And all other ornamental trees and shrubs
,are a great eo.fori.Wtib the moment' daily to various resorts
f oar ezteaalve -
.Although at the' time ,
:%i : aroaratas.aad -Urge eza rieaos the two l wirer lay by her aide.. Stack I West limited to October Please call or'write for descriptive'cataJope and other
,.1 'bare i"> ae> gwa work. -Frios feavoatW young matrons combined to looking glaa waa aa amocra iaclndinf information..
: ; n.and* repair-vTatohes, Clocks form the name of "Mr. ..,.."threeyear'ago trait of Grand Dab Boris and I .
>Ii: ..- *tael.s. A portion of ,' It 'wai aald they wen lathe It lay a letter to the dead girls : sytB.isii.t Mt.-..... ..
jrcmr trade asked for LoeatedoaAvMDbetww business Dcawtr GRIPPING BROS GO
...' ., lSUiadinh8ta. "aad that'other of stable : writing addressed to the Grand Sorwl., Ceterade..
't'f.,< :We C. JIIAYIURD k prominent women Vladimir proBlgate BOB. ,
S: ..'. .Jtwterastf er Msais o.dDIaa'J would be eseburage 'to,tab aa ac- .What, the 'letter contained ha I lew rates to PrtiMLOr POMONA NURSERIES
\.\ tire Interest also nothing came of It transpired. but grand ducal lag -
Maybe Mr. Dnryea 'and Mr. Lotus A Clark Ezp Whitney ha
had been brought to bear oa M. to San Francisco and Cor. Aft C aw* 12th SU .p stain Little River. naDt'.I.IA:1WJ
/: PATE NTS something to say about that Stm. oaro<<,'w .'with IWI'.faJnD,, baa
; ,
... the stable of ... Roeslynwas probably WnvnR. ;
the most successful LIKE operatlnr
to the history '" through
". ::\ r_...wa rwrww.aa.-. .. nc awe ncru. rll ae of the turf It never having bees PLENTY OP CASH' IS Florida to Chicago. rot
\ 1111 ieresae.r.aa. q 1a..W 41 beaten. The 'stable coa fisted dose

"'t"I..:..i -esta..rr err ..ri arw i1.r horse.''h1ch'1Jtarte4; once" and,11'0., Cot.. Broward Seta :Aside he, LINE Florida operating to St.through Louis : : : : :

<<;.3 iniM..._ VIM.a_ I Board of Health's ?... Car Service.
.". ... -,.... ...... ---- ,jHon.
:'.....- .0". ..'" .... ....... oft Not for years;has there been ao few Sleepers U Cdfomti.
WA..IICTOIIo Do 0. + met'fa the"local'marine barrack and E.:M. HenJry.. president IddD Q c.s .

the official* are ponied to know BOW Statp Board of Health was at' Cr Sma h De Sed Is rapidly going to the'front as the lad"
:L D.SWIFT& @ to fill oat the necessary j .u.. Indeed, ital Friday aftemooo :la eaaf
cr several guard post hare been abandoned with Governor BrowarJ, says tickets via the L.
it' !i.: ,.and ''in those ,which must be TTmes-Ualon., and schedules to any : is, going to' Miami. Now is the time to
; kept or West and for Puu-
." up the force has Mea eat sometime la view'of the necessity for e
secure a choice location either for business
call on or write :
: baia t: ,The strength of tie and Vigorous action by the
t' p KILLS COUCH corps at the 6L0.L BE"I: G, : or residence. Choice locations in
barrack la sow
", only Board of Health. Instituting and : a ..
r;: : AK. CURE,. ,wi LUNC8 2M.cute whereas the normal,.tnattk for taining quarantine stations 'and Sea.jruin..J t n:+ ... F'-Wa : the,city for sale by : : : : : : : i
; has been
400.,; The:chief reason I

.: l.; : wnw Ik, Kiig'sNew according core matters.-to ii'for'authority the'' low to state marine Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's i I FORTDALLASLMfl CO.CX r.

f: Discmry ot the corps'at the Brooklya barracks .
at the '
K"! present time'Is the large nnm j :>9oxnY( :
lSVIlmOI"..** ber of desertions from the big war.

: t.t.; FOR. I OUCMaM e. (FewI11ttaL O ships. More men. has beeS the cry ,can 0'1 OrAfeat.

-"y- for more than a month from the com;: Chill 708N; 3. IiFZSr'+T. 7'.F. P"" A.
\ ana Qntcrest Cure for ail 4blc'olllcera Tasteless Tonic
of the North .
,... TTTBOAT aadZ.TnrO ZROUB.t Atlantic Fort S \"ke-PrcLy Fort DallasDallas
L>se. XOJar SdCL Heet. and"tm the cry laaead :;a* Land Co. Miami. FU. ,Land Co., St. 'An justioe Fla

:r. '. more.* Much ha* beea said about the No-Coro-No-Pay. 50 ( J occcoo ooc 000.f

sf ., ..
1h 4: .

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t. t Of .Weather and National Calamiti

St. Petersburg. Aug. 1-The Kalng Made By Guitars. Meyer. t

I Correspondence 1 newspapers report the death and ISSUES ORDERS! Gustave Meyer the well known aitrologer. .

amazing burial of Mlle Agafva Sin makes dire predictions for

btrskl. one of the richest and moi the coming late summer and fa11 Judge Isaac A. Stewart, one ot tho ,

1Oe omoo eccentric women In RnrUa. months. After commenting oa JaJ1 well known attorneys of DeLsnd sad

Miss Rena Ostrander. at Bin When only twenty years of age hill<. weather Meyer says: Mr. C. a Land's of the firm of Perkins .

BOYNTON__BRIEF Ester Island. Ills. Mrs. Tuber left on WeJ- Slmblrski. by the death of h!r fathei Dr. J.T. Porter State health once "I wish It, to be distinctly unJei.. A LanOU. ot DsLaad. art attend '

1 morning for West Bay City became possessed of a fortune cnearir now wields the most power of as;, stood that this weather report Is po ing to'legal ID&tterllla Miami today.
k What Is Transpiring In This Energetl nesday the State. The State Boar
I where the funeral will be held three million ronbl Suitor man ttlvely unofficial as It Is purely aitrologicsl. .

y and Thriving Town 4 at Mich their, home. Miss Ostrander form Innumerable sought her hand but the of Health which Is paramount ha. as I have no conneetloi: : Miss AWe Blown. private secretaryto

school here four yearago enormously wealthy girt: set her afee- given him this power which was deb with the United States Weather Ba- County Solicitor Robert R. Taylor
+a n'lLu enJojeO. after crly taught gated to this body by the Legislature.. Bahow
p Thew cool # are two months here Jut dons on an ugly red-halrcd gardens r reaL left thfr morning : for and
and spent I
the hot lays. Anything that Dr. Porter Goes now Iabsolute 18 othef points, where she wffl valt .k
visiting her sisters and everyone Andrei Vaankhln by name. Furious at I might passing that we 1I'1U dar
Cart: Fred S. I'ewey. th* popnla that knew her loved her. She ter choice MUe. Slmblrskfs broth law. Here Is the official 01'0 have.summer this year way into Number < la the next month.. .

real estate agent %u In town Thun host of friends besides two ordered Vsnukhla to lease tbc neigh der issued yesterday afternoon and and that the month ot Aura I i y.
leaves a (
.i day. att-ja-Ung to Lusiness, and Inc sisters and a brother to mourn her borbood. The gardener ref useJ. telegraphed to Jacksonville: will prove to be one of the ballet t Mr. Henry M. ''Flagler leaves New

? denuny looking fitter Us crane sisters here have the sympathy Within a week he was found lylnj "Tamps Fla, Aug. S. 1105. months oa record and u a result ma I Tork this week for,BnttoIa Woo4IN.I .
loss. The .
j grove, ...hlch lotus very prom'alng 01 of all In their sad bereave. lead In a paddock reserved for the a "Office State Board of Health of Floi tsllty win be unusually Urge and nmarkable I H, where he 'wffl spend a brief so--

the 1U1IC of a half-tame wad boar. AltbonslMI Ida Jacksonville: destructions by fatal eie< I Java at the Mount Washington HoteL
ha_ been confined .t ment. "Promulgate the following: la w' I The Mount Washington U .
'H. B. Murray J. Wackermaa and chn tree evident case of murder, the famffbushed ; trio storms and atmospheric dlstari ouaagei ,
H. .
the' none for several days past 1I'1t11! Hazel, left Tuesday for Milwaukee things at, alleging that Van der that there may be no maunder anon 1I' much la evidence aa.. i by Messrs. Anderson A Price the pop .
John and the by virtue o(
standing by public
Is.p a slight attack of pneumonia. three-months vis nkhin had beG killed by the p!|. will cause great loss of life and pro| aJar managers ot the Hotel Ormood.of .
WIs. for a authority as president of the But *
Pence Is remodeling hi my the Cast Coast System.
Cullen be .
which be wen knew to dangermu erty throughout the East and Welt
screened ta the Iron It to relatives.Mr. Board of Health of Florida' and ad Q
bowie and has Mao Simbtrskl -
Contrary to expocutioas la particular.
and Mrs. Kaufman and nth
led 1mprovemeat. leg for the board la. emergencies.wlt] Mr. aid Mrs. M. a who
did Price Wa.WUCt4
porch which makes a appeared to accept this explsnation. : "Further, speaking ot Vomla
son. Kenneth, who have full power to do so I hereby give nc their nteadoas .
their home for the past But the Joy of her f.-jnll;, events' I find that the starry miseagers. of visitIng
Palm Beach Uce that the quarantine against trap
liyi Mr. Price's father. Rev. Mr. Price
spat MoaJay the: ,
Postmaster Harpr whea to the
'down las) vas turned to despair youu" signify and Import me
months came and
eighteen from New Orleans directly Indlrectly.
business.' belM Ia Teat bat who chaag their
ini attending to .
her that the<
proclaimed month
lady fact that during the autumn
with )
week to spend a few days New
which was placed against
:" W. N. Otis spent Thursday ta We Oder andKelser. iplrit of her dead lover had eBtered Russia will 1.'g.l s unfortunate u4 minds sad decided to go to 0< sisters Mrs. Orleans by the State health officer a hare
business again recoasUered their
Palm BeaclL'atten41q to into the body of his'slayer. From that will continue ta warfare until the aei
before leaving for their futurt IMS confirmed by th-
July SS. .vu
plans and wffl leave tonight for Tau
prior to his departure for their summer left lay forth )(lie. 51mbfutl consecrated when them she will experience i.
home in Milwaukee. WIs They board la special ssslon July 27. 106 year as originally Intended.
home ta N..TCllk. Mr. and MM Her life to the lUsmetttnj bo<. from her troubles both interns
any relief
Tuesday with K... Wackermaa, when aathrtty war also conferred B,]
Otis wffl probably return this taU U To her order a firm of 8t Pettn. once as4 external and the birth ot a a.irrpuhllc'wffl .
children. the State health Mr.
the board oa W. R. Brown, professor of mathimatlcs
look after their pinery and enjoy ou it -
contractors bull: a paatlil ],
ta Russia.
Mrs: F. W. Chapman came down to formulate, promulgate adMCIII'J eafora occur ta DePaaw University *
,delightful winter climate ta the mess < granite and nwbUe" marble Paring October a great earthquaki ram
Friday night. She and Mr. Chapmu rates for detention of aspects ug the recent arrivals ta the city
Urn*. went back to West Palm Beach San The demented any retained the set Including authority to declari .urlI jvlsUJapan and awa.do1r'Q hasds'of .. having com. to, aaperlateaj
Th tour dark cottages OB the cook who>> thriouny and wffl also .. c
rice of aa expert Japanese. eiiNsly
Jay morning,through the country. quarantine against travel from oth work OB the property of his brother
Ocean beach wffl soon be completed L. G. Lymaa spent Monday West prepared a sumptuous repast fahe Infected points when 4a his judgment. affect New York City,and 1 tea Hr. Irving C Brow, who via caW
They art models ot neatness aadirite of the IT'UCIIC'pork..,. '
tb'9roohls win be b
that brUge
Palm Beach on business. the same Is necessary.K. to New Tork several weeks ago aaJ "
aa addition to oar already attractive The second shipment of canned ime. Simbirsk: was accnrtomej heed .,M. HEXDRT.President great ,danger of.:,being,coasmatej b,; who la unable to leave his beilaeeata f

East Side. pineapples from the factory lam the hog from her owa heals art Sats Board of Health. electricity and treat calamities wfl that dty al preteatTh
Grant Funk has moved into the Ter wly reeeatly ordered a gorgeous all ta witaes' and aadergronv
went out Monday, night. eo.-Iq oi INSTRUCTIONS TO INSPECTORI occur a
rode 's e1itseuthis week and will go late two cars shipped to Johnson .North ftCo rer trough from a wen-ktrown- MoscoiBaaufacturer. The State Board of Health has issued places of emptoyiMat/aad we abet rmaiaa of George Frease.wbowas ', a

the chicken .. of New York CIt7.I ., *.. the following orders by wire to hear of the fan of public bnOOngi drowned 'yesterday morning by
James McKay spending some Umi A few weeks ago the'.:.anfortunali.. all Os Inspectors: oa the State Use:: Therefore tt win be well for afl baUd rifling"orerboarJl dam the'mall boat

of at West Palm Beach resting after the DANIA DOTS. rfrt: became extremely religious an. "Restrict people traveling to FlorUi lag Inspectors to be.more precaution were shipped last night to his UElooslet see

busy shipping Besot tie was dowiSunday. ..I added that .b4rd-l" so she called from New Orleans but not freight than taeaL'Speaktag Dormer horn ta Philadelphia for fate,-

,. Work Started Its 'New Hotel- he plg-.houU fast while aM fasted AU railroad cars of fruit sad carrier of the Subway ta Nn Dent His brother San aceompaai

Most ot th pineapple growers an oa ODe night she vlslteJ the marble sty. must .be fumigated for mosquitoes Tork City I ,find that the birth of tfc the! body aad will Muss here alter ;'

JIftPf.I1q'to Increase their .acreage. Personal Mention..Messrs. Prom that visit she aeveneet.rael Detaia aO psssengtrs who cannot pro Subway occurred ta a very evil houi the 'tatermeat. The Hoosier from

Boyatoa Is rUt'com1D.I to th* front Early the ant morning ,the stew due cenlftcatea of heahX. Camp eMIt sad that great calamities art label thick young Freest tell and lost his

ta raisig pines.A Frost and Marshal have returned ird discovered his mistress body torInly all New Orleans paaeq-eri focal b, N to occur ta the Subway durtai ifs. left at aa early hoar thia i

nbecrtpUoo'au beef raised:U from the North aad will begin mutilated la a met CIf the pigs Marine Hopltal officers or those. wh August aad October and I fear thai Darning ta command of Frank Irises

erect a bathhouse the Ocean beech the sew hotel at osc*. They, have bedroom." Mils there' were rsen. can not show mnrtsslve evideaos olihetr the waters ot the Hudson way rush ace M her regular rua to Planter.Aa "

Work,will commence oa'lt ta the new about twenty men lying the foundation. ot foul play bat agile the lamljy 1eged whereabouts for a period ot tea that the Subway will be loaded

future.E. ,Mrs Frost has also purchased 'that the pig Will the mnroerer3olor days." and that within a few years,.at UMUmlt evidence of Cat strict
+ :. T. King ot Fort Laaderdaleowner ., a fine swnmer home la North Carolina was,adJed to thta story by the The State board of health la siring sip be sbsudosted, aa' a com snshits'asd by the Cubaa health

ot the dredges and contractoi u he Ekes tt there much better :ircumstaac that the lasting. aallalftamlaheit :" an railroad con pis We today JoIn pleta taUure. owing unsanitary con lathorttlet an passsagira trolls this '

of the dredging operations between than la Wisconsin' spend the sum boar had mangled OM'' business la this State that all sneer dJUons. or It will sooaer er later prow port OB the stesBMr Martlalqut far: '

'Laataaa aad DeerfieU: also J.. ft mer. of the arms of his mjstresa.I ., I' done must essss saUl further notice to be'a detrtmeat to public health, ant. Bavaaa are detained at the latter j

-!-Frederick, superintendent ot*UM east Mr. R. C Staadley has BoveJ Into i la the preseaoi of a large eoacoarwde. i The following telegram war recetv. I many falsailtlea will occur therein plaoe for five dye before thy art allowed ,_

coast .drainage operations. art tt bis sew Swelling'oa Chicago: use SUnblrsWM brother, shot AnJr .d from State, Health Officer Port aad I fear that the leaeaot life of th. to UaJ ta tho etty sad.lsUaJ.tfeither .

towa today. Work ls progressing.rap : Mr. N. CJ:Pike and his father-ta4aw. hrough.. ..heart. Afterwards the today: New York"hbwty h very short. are officers 11ftk that:

r idly. Th dredge west ot her bat W. II.TJIIIr'.1aaYe reUraed for the aea- tody of the boar was buried IB a gran -Promulgate the following to al 1 would advise both the author. ihe captain of the steamer, allowed ,

beta making remarkable progress, !roe aad' tanedk'.",.U-c. besl4e thatof; his..bee adrns.* railroads otag, bustaeea la Floridtaad ties ot the Brooklyn Bridge aad tV to go ...... ... .. oar/ to D&cr' '

having already completed fir lane oi There'"b being anil* 'aa ,acreage to the traveling public: Subway to be more precaa'doaa thai. tad clear berTaal,, at Ot esslartope. :

the' canal. and having only about. a planted ia pineapples this' summer. r JULY WCATHCRMfteial S'Notice ls hereby 'given that raw usual (, Y

b&H-mpt to cat yet whes'then win Everyone did wen OB pineapples, but I CO ot th* State Board ot Health relat la coed.... will state that t*

be aa opea channel to a an touts tomatoes'Wen almost a< taQuraOhoughgrowers Reperta ef the MeteeHeatea" lag to certificates: of travelers durini greatest danger of earthquake BBJcalsiuttlea Privates Otteoa and djatt. of thoICaml 'I

of Delray. or la an tea miles souta ol 'have not given up aU hopes I CondKlena Last Month. the period of euaraatfae' against die to the Brooktya BrUge. aBMatloaed. < Bikes. left last alght..for St.fcarasttat i

!*atUIL Mr. King hopes! nod. ta confident ud win'plant a larger,crop than ever. I ease will be"strictly enforced. I fear will occur OB Ode I where they war Mpceeeathe .
t that the dredge Gattor. west ol this fan cad alit spring.: II The following 1a tha meteorological ". The public .. waned against thdisobedience eompsay' ta the State shoot to btda > t
I her 1. when oa that date I might abo..
tae wffl meet the dredge Wild blab There!I.... aa iceram, party a* tummary for the ask of'Jar as fur. ot these rules sad taUurt all that I tear that the life ot Pneibat : there today for the purpose of sobeting -

4 .oat coming ap, from'Boca ,Raton Mr. 8. M. Alsobrooks last sight sal dshej by Observer B. P. Bar, ln. olhe to' comply with the requirements 01' Roosevelt wfflbe .. ,jeopu.l7.. : a State team toga to Sea Girt.H. ,.'

some time ta November. troia an ,accounts I think Mr. 11sa Jupiter station: the regulations the State Board Oi J: where th* national shoot wtae
sad that he wffl be ta very cmt den '
U It turns oat u Mr.,King predict brook holds four aoea.' Mesa atmospheric pn..n,2&oi, d. Health enter penalty of the statatoiat pecdar'' held ta September. At New Smyria ,.
ot ..uq'.1tIa a serious
for immediate culQ1Tattoa highest MJJ: lowest li. Btat&- pr m they were Joined by Private Char.. '
; this will open up 'i'There wffl be seven, aoMtUoaal tam zees; this If not fatal acddeat to his bases sisiOar. .'
Highest,' tl oa th4iOth .toa Jackson,ot the coaipsay. who was' 1'.
several thousand acres of rid) Rrtve Temperature Another order promulgated Fester
lIes bert from the north this
.. if aot worst to that which I art
black sack aad prairie lad betweenLantaaa winterand. tIaaI& wffl be a livery I : lowest. Tx. oa JOth.. On&tMtcla.UJ ) lay afternoon by Dr. Porter Is as follows dieted for him PtttsfieUt: Mass.. hoses: at oat of.the three repreeeatUlvet .-
least daOjaage troai this ...
sad Deerfield. Mr. Jaq aayi piaos., range, SI oa M; : .
t bulky mishap aad I would aJviMPresldeat c
t' Ole finest vegetable lad ever. OB tit a, oa SSth. The mean temper "To State Board of Health. Jacksonville }
7 the east coast of which there art twc fan of July for eighteen years wai Fla.Detan .: Roosevelt to remain "III safe Dr. L W. Pugh s4 kids BMidelald -KN '
FORT LAUDtROALX NOTES u possible. aaJ to be snort precaa
"tboo. and acres or black ravc* au degrees Dlggett as Florida train laipector. -. Austin arrived] ta the city

westward ot this stattoa aal also further .. PredpttaOosu-ToUl for month 1.11 : stationed at Folkstoa. aadBodard float than usual oa October .. otherwise Jut Bight from. DeLaad. ..... th*
,west, which wffl be available fat M:\ W. ManhaTTs' Stable Burned Dchea. I Greatest precipitation ta anj at Jasper. Issue same tmstrao- that period wOl. provo a laptial knot was tide last Saaday. Dr. .
,an classes ot gardea track. Horses. Barely Escaped.r : It hours, m laches OB the JOth. Ar ions to them u I gave to Byrd will fatal oat for him as .. wffl,then taperleact Pugh la oa* of Miami's Ii fling phytdaas -'

This makes the' future look very rage predpnatloa for eighteen yean, iddltlonal reference to rules SS 'sad very great mental trouble and bad] bas sway for several! a'asks
deLWJa4 sad will need to guard against rub- OB hit vacation bit .marrtag
bright std pronlslBgifor t pea.ti 1.1 Ift. Let them employ competent asilstaat.
Boyatoa. August 1. The I'ort'Lauderdale- correspondent Pr minas direction south. each paying |7l per moats ..... turps mistakes lid aa wmmg both aa a sarprla and plat .
of theTlmee-Unk under Jato of the lD01'emellt'of ddent burns cats scalds, bruises den frisals aaJ aetaatatr. "
HOI tr ;
E: T. King the owner at Ole dredges ] sat. with a total reporting name of employee as sees '
which are at work ta the lakes west nth last, says:' Dlles; 'average hourly velocity f.l u made. Place proclamation of president fiery or eruptive .I...... ad fever. is/ea Mss Posh was' oat of tht pop.ilar -, '

Of berg alai: up from Fort Laden Dr. Kennedy says the health of the mU... Greatest,Telocity for a periodt OB Assodsted Press wires. lab complalats. and should avotl railway teach vt ta the Miami High '

dale this morning, Mr King says th* town and Immediate vicinity Is good. fire minutes,.thirty miles! from thoutheast Porter.- Jouraeys. Ichool last term. She ta eultaraj aMiccompllshed : .
Farmers are busy putting oat sweet V that much beads will U aid will be valuable
Trusting a ,
dreJ 'O&tGr. which Is ta the lake : oa the,10th last. The above means a rigid ..11tJiet '..
'directly,west of her, ta getting along I potatot .. Weather- Number of dear dayaj; inarantlne against Atlanta .which haibeen derived through my a.SYkf. which J 1 1 iddttloa to- Miami womanhood aa4 a> 'v
About midnight' Sunday.: M. W. Mar- which ted sure u wffl. tt nat is seriously' dety.
taster thaa he had dared hope for.The : silly doody.; cloady. oa aa open door for suspects and. .
ihafl'a barn and stables ..ere'd1acoY.. of predpttatloa coerred 1I'1Dbe aad carefully heeded. s ; canal wffl probably b* finished sometime .91 Inch or more tngees. The strictest quarantine .
;>x .. November.., This will opea ap ered to:be on fire.- With soma effort 18. Thunderstorms occurred enforced to close Florida tightly be wrong ta my deductions togethu The auxiliary yacht Plans owned] :'"

thousands of acres of the finest vegetable Ihe.hones were removed, bat not be 01i July 1. S. 4. C 1. ?. t. 1. 1L IS. 1A igalnst an Infected places. The State with what that mans I remain sin by 'th Smithsoolaa Institntioa."off-' '.

-4 lTd for Immediate cultivation. fore'one of them was sflghUy barD.Th' .. 11. J2.-SS, S$ and JOth.' )board Intends to take no chances.Presldenf eerely... Washington'and which came Into port

Mrs. Bert L;: Kapp and Mrs. William Art Is not thought to be'the work HendryV proclamation referrej "Ousfsve Meyer. Astrologer."N. .- .t few days- ago from a lengthy crutata ,

H. Cox are spending lh* day at Loa of:an': Incendiary but It Is supposed ADVERTISED. LETTERS. to la the above telegram will B.-During October aaJ Novel" th* Bshsmsi sal other souther ',' ",

4 guests of Mrs. Hcrry L. Lewis.Most .' that: someone was stopping,In thereat 'I i .' *-If... be seea Vsewhere la this paper. her EIutu.l1l'1ll be qntie anfortaaau raters wffl aot proceed aortl as pry ,j:

; people are kept busy fighting a,while and bunt a smoke to rand Remaining ta-Ue.Mlaml Postotfic sad I fear that she will expert dousay"sated, but bat.besa berthed, '

i. mosquitoes these. ,are R would beT the'uoequitoeaT:, *. I ad unclaimed and-undeUvered: The sal/of c.T. McCrtmmon' >.. the nee much trouble, relative: to spits 19 the river aatfl tall when ...* wfflto ,

wen for as an'to clean up.our yards Work on the rock road Is. progressIng Ausoo.Jcotte ";f-; Ulamt Transfer Cot In the vm ol Ings ta InJIs, and which I jnJgt wit placej ta commltsloa ...... Prof.

std oQ :water barrels, etc. and take finely.A. Brown. Oliver J, w for maliciously suing out writs last for a period seven'jeers,there tfayer.,whowas aboard of the yacht II.

Just U much precaaUoa as U we'were ,- J.',WaDace has sold'his team to Carpenter;O. It. 9f garaUhment which was ..... InsUtntrd fore. It will be weD. for the JqUaJaQoftnmeat'to >a 'the long cruise and who made . yellow fever. *; IreJ'Fi.her'' and BOW. the team to doIng Cox Cladertna. la the drcnlt Oat of Dale open be writ prepared foi lOtH interesting discoveries aa4 exertn :

Miss Mable' Tedder charmingly entertained good work oa'our new road; Darts Miss. ty. bat aftr reaching a rortala stage war; aad remember that olj adage"li ? >*nU. Is IUD ta th* city a guest" ,:.

her young friends MoaJay R. -Bryan's launch Is almost completed Dnraat.' Charlotte.Fox. being trsasf*red to the CalteJ Statet time ot peace, pre.are for war'Lngand < the Baa Carlo Hotel but will have .

t evening with a boas'party., AD sorts It .'Joseph. Circuit Court. has been dismissed will yet prove to be one 011, onlght for Wasalngtoa. apt .:

ot games were indulged a'qnW a late A.:W. Shaekleford has added a sub- Graysoa. Mis Emma. 4 there and again Institute la Ibt court: the most sincere frienJs to Uncle Baa I Lac .troal... ot th* yacht, win also i 10. .

..' boar .when an returned boar. very .chattel plaata to his dwelling. lolmee. Richard. at beginning. The case grew oat abe of aU of the aaUons' mother earth. forth tonight or tomorjow.. t

t happy and tired from their romp.. V, F. Tonng has bunt a commodlnsbouse Holmes. WUUe. '' foreclosure of Ilea salt IrvitateJigalnst therefore Dade Sam should tune: : ,
C. Coi'ud Oo. ... Rowley, ot ; his Inclosed 't tit Mtamj Capt. U teals BrowarJ. aa asstlace ,
P. for fowls and aaa. King. Parses the plaintiff by & misjudge or be mistrustful or ,fag'

'West Palm Beech were ta ton this .Yard far their special bent Knowles.. Catherine.Le. premier Company, awl .frou'whkt land notwithstanding the difflcultleihe I ud..n1ter.oJ one' or he,

uorning. The former looking after Mrs. J. W. Keller! accompanied by W.JMandy : mother suit by McCrimmoa. aUeglni has had with her ta the past."O..- other parties interested ta th* wreckIng -, :

t 'some hones bt wished to purchase! her"tile son and daughter returneabom M.T.Monltree. breach ot contract with damage M." of the Spanish steamer ABda.9|

W* anderstaad that our townsman Saturday. morning from a visit Miss Joeephlae,, placed at ISO.OOO H now on trial b* arbors oa Ajas Reef awe down from' ;tlickionvnl.
W. H. Cox. was leave for his old acme toPslatka.WHoam. r Plnder. Miss Eapbenla. tore JaJge Jones. Last alibi a small party of young J last night and had plaa-

ta Kentucky soon. Marshan. Sr. Is here again Roberts Chridopber.Rbbinaa. .' people from the Everglade hotel aped, ted to go to the ..t..mer.Wa. morning'
the at the beautiful home ol with CapC Enoch Ross oa the .
Dr.Car evening
He has Just retained from Oreeavffle. Joseph. Dr. W. G. Clissea aad wile
Dr. and Mrs. W. W Strange oa th I give her a final semi sal deter-
DELAY DOTS Fla! Uncle WUUam says that that II Taylor. Alberta. rle CUssea. sad their little daughter. ".
a : Lemon City road, aot returning auto nine whether or aot there Is aay pos-
the, place for a:man to Uve and be Thorn Edward., rho have been spending
Death of Miss Rena o.tru4er.a Former happy' Walla. Aloau.Washington.4. weeks here expects to leave la a few a late hoar. The guests were reyaujrtt.rtaaned Ibis chanced salving her but tel*. ::
and shown about the I irsms ot aa Important asters canl ,
Da/1* County Teacher. Mr. and MIL? Wallace are contemplating :, lays far Wsshlagtos, New York sad
' -, !house which Dread MraStrsage haveoat I them back to Jackoavlll, they Ieawerg
i a visit(.to Palm Bead. soon Wlggma, L M. other northern points. The Drs. Clasea
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purchased. Those composing oa the morning tram. Governor
The Delray eorresponJeat of the, Mr. Wallace has Just haJThls launch Williams. Jim., left Mlchlgaa last December and recently '
I Browardwu to tare JoinJ the party
the Misses LQllaiBOga. .
T1mee-Unlon, under date of the ITU the .Tabasco, repainted, and they aregolcgto ,Wllsoa.' E B. took aa extensive tour through th I party were
..... Bessie SUghJLgses SlIghXoulMtfoore. r ker* this morning aad fo oa the '
make West ladles before
last the Mrs. Fannie
says: ? trip by water. Ton&g.
.A the .ul. thai dtandi"lila
aid Maud Hampton and!I sam .
s Sherman line 'tr. themselves as highly pleatedrtth '..
Mss W. ,D. and At Is enjoying a macbewded Foreign. express,
Ueesrs. W. H. Tompklas. J. H. Cheat. It !s presumed csJleJ those at.
lea '' oar city, and no doubt will re
Tuber received telegram yes- recrcatlou. He has gone to ncder Enphenla
sam. A. LaSane. sad Mr. Newcomb. reaJy her back to Jac 11De.County .
' lardy announcing.UN death- of,their Kotth Carolina to visit his wife.. Winiams '6aJ1a. era here text season. r
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