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 18, 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
25.787676 x -80.224145


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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the lalne of certificate Issued by notaries

or other utbn-nies Is confined FIVE ARTIClES TWO PROMINENT
: LEVEN( CASES OF YELLOW FEVER to purpose of l.lrntlflcatlon of the GERMANS t'4

person and hereabouts of the bolder

:: y .. DEVELOPE AT MISSISSIPPI CITY officers some for such value of purpose other as evidence States they, but to may quarantine as pomens health STIll REMAIN SEEKING A lOCATION HEREVisited

certificates simply, they are not recognized M
and are of no 0.... East Coast Once And Were So Pleased They Have Coma
Has Prevailed There Since Before July The State health officer desires to
rail the attention notaries and other Back to Start Grove And Farming Industry

i. 20th When Declared Epidemic in. New Orleans officials Issuing certificates to the PEACE ENVOYS FINAL -- 4r....
+ Importance and necessity of being personally STRUGGLE NEAR AT HAND.
acquainted with the facts to Among the recent arrivals In the country to look over the lanJa aaj
yy I which they certify. Case of this kind cfj are Ururs Joseph and Fritz Wln- ,.NG.Jltona! there. Tonight they will
leave. for the north business...
are frequently being brought to the klt-niaan. prominent Germans who
Dr. Porter Issues Instructions About PcrUnsout1. AFSTIII! 17 Five articles
[;ONE CASE REPORTED attention of the State Board of Health. are touring (he east coast with a viewof whether they purchase or not. will return
Securing Health Permits.. Joseph T. Porter. of the peace"condition! between here In the fall to apea.! the wlo-
Hauls and Japan remained to bot considered purchasing land and becoming resides
{ I IN BROOKLYN N. Y. State Health Officer. ter.Both a
Dr. J. Y. Porter. State Health Officer I when tbe plenipotentiaries resumed of this section. are highly cultured and speak
yesterday Issued the following to APPRECIATIVE WORDS their session this morning. These gentlemen visited Ulaml and English fluently having been partly "
the public: They are: tile east coast three years ago while educated la this country sad state
OTHERWISE' THE SITUATION 1$ It has come to the attention of the First cession of Sakhalin: second touring the ratted States, aaj wereso that one would be surprised to know
y r FEATURELESS TODAY:+ NEW State Board of Health that notaries Frank Trimble of Memphis, Speak Indemnity; third limitation upon Ros- Impresed with the soil and climate tbe Interest manifested la their native
.ORLEANS GUTTERS; WILL NOT public In thU'Staie_ Issuing-health Wtllxf Miami and Metropolis sla's sea power; fourth surrender of that they have returned here with the land in America especially la the
f t>B7 FLUSHED AS CUSTOMARY. certificates under the circumstanceswhich Interned warships, and fifth, grant of Intention of settling and planting n South and Florida la particular sal *+
: ,
) are reprehensible and Illegal The Metropolis Is In receipt of Such officers frequently give parties letter from Mr. Frank Trimble of province The final straggle 1* close I They have several location In view see a colony located la this section of
whom theyJo not know certificates Memphis. Tens a well knows winter at hand and preparations are being and today Ire visiting the HomesteadIn the State within a very few years t.
laU visitor to Miami.! In which he mad for it. -
stating that the holder ha* been ; say: -
THE FEVER SITUATION certain locality for ten days or, more. "I am very much Interested In Miami
f A In many cases. It is manifestly Impossible and the doing of Mlamlans and await ARTICLE NINE WATER MAINS TO BE EXTENDED ,
New Orleans. Aug. 17. The for the notary Issuing theee certificates with pleasure each Issue of your paper. WAS DISCUSSED

following were the yellow fever to certify to such facts of his I "Miami Is a wide-awake progressive ON SOUTH SIDE OF THE ,RIVER
condition at noon today: or her personal knowledge. It Is not town and Its people are well 'represented Portsmouth Aug. 17. The peace .
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New case .n. Infrequently the case of such certificates by you In the Journalistic line. plenipotentiaries adjourned for luncheon '- --: .
Total case to date .:...... 1165 to state that the holder has enJoyed Please accept my best wishes for your i' at 1:30 this afternoon after bay I --
Death today ........ ...... 2 good health for a stated periodof own prosperity and the welfare of |lug spent the entire morning In tbeIdUcuMilon keeping with their plans of Improving tend south on the latter thoroughfare
Total deaths to date date. .. 178 time. It Is Impossible for a notary your little city. I of article nine, which It la and developing the East to JOth street' and west oa that street :

public to make diagnosis of tHe physical believed.includes the question of Japanese Coast Water Works Co.. has decidedto to Avenue E. thence dow the same-
condition of the health of the per- RUSSIA WILL SETTLE | Indemnity for the cost of the extend the water system on the to the Intersection of ISth street ,.
: ELEVEN CASES AT son applying for certificate. When JEWISH RIGHTS .ar. No agreement was reached and where a connection will be made wttk
t south side and to make It ample to tbe main thus completing a circuit
MISSISSIPPI CITY such certificates are issued they are the commissioners temporarily laid v y|
-- not only worthless, but misleading. Chicago. Au?. 17. Adolf Krans returned It aside and took op the discussion of all demands for a number of years embracing ISth street. BrIckeD Avenue *?,
New Orleans. Aug. 17. The dlscovfc'Wy The health authorities of other States to Chicago yesterday well satisfied the articles following.OVERWHELMING hence. K>th street and Avenue E.
of eleven otse of yellow fever at nstly regard these certificates as with' the result of the conferenceof Only ff'Ct' the company com- No pipe will be laid oa Ut.- three
slasippl City within three miles of worthless, and they do not afford any the Jewish representative with M.Wltte. VOTE pleted the laying of a fonrteen-lnch at present as there are no ft'Ilclt'DeeaOD i iJ
;"GlIlfpoa4 the terminus of the Ship Island protection or benefit to the bolder. at Portsmonth. Monday, and FOR SECESSION main from the river np Avenue E to It. but a* soon as they shall commence -
': Fiilioa? and the tact thrt fever : There Is no law which authorizes notaries there Is no doubt he said from ,the Uth street down that thoroughfareto to build a main will be pet r
rhaa existed there c.oce befare July BrlckeU Avenue and to the cornerof In. This wfll make a great Improvement
to give such certificate, and Incases present Indication that the Russian ChrUHf( ncjr. Norway. Aug. IT.-Com-
'1OtI. mh-a the anncnncemert was where fact are stated withoutthe assembly when called upon will take plete returns from last Sundays referendum 19th street where It came to a head. to the water work system oa ,y
'made here. is expected to coften the personal knowledge of the notary up the serious question of settling the OB The question of secession Now It Is proposed to begin again tbe south aide and one that I. greatlyappreciated i
Bomewhat severe eritirira cf New Or- the officer making the same render Jewish right. He denied that any from Sweden show J6S.200 rotes cast at the head at the corner of Uth I both by the property ....- S :
JeaU for falling to first the local in- himself liable to be emovej from office. reference was made to penances: in the for dissolution and 1S4 against street and BrkkeD Avenue tad ex- era and resident

__ earlier. The public are canUonejl that Interview. .t-a.. ti
;r So geld has the Inspection been
(along the coast by the Alabama and

lrlcc;e:1pr'federal authorities that MAXIMUM AND NEW INDUSTRY V- C
th denials of yellow fever at lllsslsi "
I i CUy rid elsewhere in the State

[has\Every been effort accepted.will, be made to?confine MINIMUM'TARifF fOR MIAMI Sewells Shoe Store :1

:the disease there. Of the eleven cases

,' discovered, but one 1* venous .

>'. Recommended By National Rici Artificial Stone Manufacturing
) New Orleans. Aug..,J7.- The yellow
.," sera ltnatlon 1* practically feature-- procity Convention Today.AS Plant to be Erected at Once. TI1EI10MEOI'i

;leU here today..
P!* The movement to fleA the gutters. GOOD SHOES

IVnkh baa, always been done daring c. ..'
iby the health authorities as It Is be- ,
iBered it would leave pods for the We are receiving almost daily shipments of new
tIo of The
i mosqultoe gntlUrs .e-
will be treated with rock salt TO ACT IN THE ,MATTER. INTERESTED IN IT. goods from the largest and best known factories ;x
Clnstemd." <, in the world and can fit anyone at any price. .
a BROOKLYN. N. Y. Chicago Aug. \7. The National With a capital stock of S10.000.Uier White Canvas Oxfords in all widths and

Reciprocity convention today adopted ha Jut been organized in this city "
J dozen different from
sizes and styles
New York Ang..' 17. A rosplclous resolutions recognising the principle a. new company for the manufactureof a e
Tease of fever was discovered in Brooklyn of protection a* the established policy artificial stone, which will include '-
yesterday afternoon hick was d1agno.ed of the country and advocating' reciprocal building blocks chimney fine, sidewalks 0'5' .
a* yellow feter. Tr.s patient concessions, first by mean of a curbing and all other product $1.25 to $3.50 .
( John C. Murphy..I* aLl to have come dual or maximum tariff as the most generally made by such concern
.from 'Panama a few weeks ago. The adequate and practical method of relieving The company 1* composed of. S. A.
IK hospital physicians have agreed that the present strained nation. Belcher president; E. T. Wells vice- .
p'Il is a mild case of yellow fever and Second that: he question cf schedules president; G. Enloe. treasurer and 8.M. A large shipment of ladies' oxfords in #
I bare Isolated ItPORTER and item to be considered latch Tatnm. secretary! these gentlemen .
"' reciprocal concession, be suggested also being stockholder of the concern a number of new lasts and different leathers .
TALKS PLAIN. by a permanent tariff ccmmls- which will be Incorporated under .
just received from the Drew-Shelby .
tea, scion to be created Cocsrees and .the law of Florida! with its \

[ifWIre; Havana .Authoritle. .About appointed by the President and third. head omce and manufactory in this Co. These shoes are famous for style, fit ;p
If the presert tarn'tforda abundant city, and having branch office in ,..,...
: Maintaining Quarantine Against ..
ii' ei opportunity for such concession, various other place In the State. and wearing qualities and we guarantee; ,
'IF without Injury to trade and Industry Mr. 8. if. Tatum In speaking of the
i t thai Congress be urged to provide for company and Its business said: satisfaction with every pair.
A Tampa special to the Time .UnUnunder the commission a* suggested. iWe propose to pat on the market t t 1 5)t
2 the date of this 14th test. the best article of building stone and

says: a CROP CONDITIONS I other material that 1* made anywhere .. ,,S
.Stale Bralth OCeer, After, just in the State and win make the only t
before leering ft-ri* tonight sent: strictly waterproof article of the ,
the following! ctb'cgram: Summary of Florida Weather Daring kind ever manufactured in IUamL We .
for the famous
'TJr.' Ccr! / F!nlry, Chief &nlOfflctr. -- the Past Week. win install the latest improved machinery Exclusive Agents "

.tart' Hitar: Pleise cfflc- for the making of oar products Y
laity Ute on Vt'!t ss'.rrflfls reaaonI'i The,week gave- pious to bea''''' and while the location baa not Queen Quality Shoes 4.
ing'based upon mosquito law of yel- rain over the greater part of the been definitely decided upon it will 4.t.
Jow feter. truwr.... wfe'-H: 1* aclcepted Slate, the exception being a small section be near and accessible to the water.

..,: by you the Cubic Government of Nassau county. The almost 1 will leave tonight for New Tork .
: Florida, when I know you have been to cotton particularly that on soon thereafter as It can be gotten on .
,_= oOtilally informed* by one of your low lands. Rust and shedding are the ground >nd in operation-probably r
board of expert that such procedureis widespread and some cotton baa been four or five week*- we wffl be .
unnecessary: PORTER." washed out of tile bolls and Is now ready for business.

3 rotting on the ground. Fortunately Thus has another Industry which
i JAPS TO BUY ARMOR PLATE not a great deal of cotton Is ,open. bodes much good to Miami in the industrial 12th Street JOHN SEWELL & BRO. Mla J. Fla

i. Picking, however/H"retarded. line been launch, and u
..... Berlin. August 17. Jhe. Japanese rCpni tfuti matured' and I* tin the demand for he article and material 1 nYi
'1; government is negotiating tnle, field Is rotting where the rain It win put out. Is great thereIs f
,. rnpp 'fw ,fresh order jr with' bare continued. Cane peas and citrus every reason to prophesy success t
':relate. and guns. rM'.. ': .' tret are making good; growth. for the venture.' .

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Weekly Miami Metropolis r law to nominate and elect njae} members Instead of seven u has been the

THE RIDICULOUS PARALLEL custom In the past. Should the present, or'.old board be ....l.ct.J. tier ,
Biz mwrths.............!....... 1.00 One year.......................itOD" I win still be two others 10 name, and It should be done with a clear knowl- i

Jge and belief that they are the best fitted for the duties to be performed.Let .
S. Bono DEAN. SlG-TREai. ,
The Miami Evening Record of August lath in a lengthy tlraJe no man bring Into the making of his choice factional or persona
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY differences. Let a seas of duty. Justice and right
prevail over and
against the Metropolis, among other things says: any j
all other sentiments. Let the scales balance for one as well ss for the
Entered at the 1'ot.tofficc at Miami. Florida a. second-class matter. "Its favorite expressions In controversy are always the same 'liar.'
other[ and if any are lacking either by character or ability let them boI
falsifier., and other remarks of similar character are still in use, as that ,
the mainland of the (;. S. rejected but all being equal let
The most Southern newspaper published on paper has always used them." I experience: adjust the problem and pass
: to the right those who have been tried and not found wanting. Expert-
Those paying in advance will receive a nears subscription for SI 511 The Metropolis regrets that its esteemed contemporary should meats are dangerous.SECURE. .
1, and 6 months subscription for 75 cents. This is a liberal discount to thus IM It for telling a truth or truths, and It is even surprised that I

,R induce fetrictlv advance payment the accomplished dignified, and fais-minded edl'or ot the Record after
niivisins the public to
:' It Is a lucky thing for Hoch that this Is the age of long-distance tele- ; I ___
"Work hard but stick to the facts. j '
phones. It you are raving Miami on either a business or pleasure trip and ex t.
should attack another for that thing.
doing very
-* 1M10 *o outside of the State, to 4
olOD.t.forlf't procure a certificate of
This cotton business! Is BO completely 'saturated with taint that. lI'e i'o&sibly we were a little InipruJrnt and may have been a bit unktnJlo
have about decided to keep on wearing silk. our most generous neighbor In using the words "liar" and "falsifier"in health from DrJacknon. agent of theStat Board of Health at this place

commenting upon certain statements emlnattng from his fvrtlly. but i or the you may be hell up by a quarantine Inspector and forced to get off

Another blow for the tfrap>rance a.lvot'atPA-tbp price of lemons has changeable brain, yet we do not feel that we were mistaken In' their ':'at torn detention camp there to remain until the authorities'.re satisfied

gone up, until rlckey Is cheaper than a lemonade. application and are willing to allow the public to be the Judges after i yon carry and contain no Inf< reading the following: '
Probably It will be found that three weeks U ample time for the Sen i These certificates are made necessary to show that you have not beento
holes. (EditorUl.Mlaml Record. July 15.) Mr. 1. Cohen, a prominent merchant .
bill full of Xew
ate to punch any form of railway rate Orleans, or any other Infected part, wl'hin the seven days previous ""
of Miami is tbegut'lt of I
to Talk about the extension to your departure from ht're.anol without which you will bo given a great
her as we may
The will of a New York woman who had bequeathed money Marcus Frank for a few dol,,.. Mr. deal of
p annoyance and
probably detention In
entering and throuca
throwing the money to the dogsSecretary of the railroad to Key passing
E dogs, was broken by her sons who are-now Cohen says that Miami Is having other States *
there is nothing in the best In Its history and r ;'
West proptbot summer Flo I La! **
} Wilson feels that his new patent system for weeding outtrailers ( requires such certificates of persons entering from other
effected by the Agriculture D* osition that bodes good to Miami. the merchants are selling stacks States, and they in turn require it from us. There will bo no trouble la ;
Is anothef great Improvement
of goods to the railroad contractors
There is no probability that a securing these little "bills of health" especially If you are a resident of I
t "xtartment. who are working on the Key
dollar used In its construction will Miami and are known to the health authorities. It win be inva"luabl. and +

I A German vessel has ben captured by the Japanese, perhaps br>mfr be paid out or spent in this city. West Extt'DlloD.OC.1a Banner. you will not regret the small amount of trouble experienced la acquiring it.

P take, and perhaps U a hint to the Kaiser to keep on his side of the. fence, Every provision has been made

and let other people fight out their own quarrels. .& by the railroad company to supply DROPPING A"'A1'.

"Dreambooks all material and supplies from
Mr. Carnegie has founded a library in Philadelphia for negroes. I
the other states and not a merchantor The sssoclates of President Cleveland la his two administrations are fast
raising should have a prominent plaee on
hints poultry
manufacturer need expect the dropping away. In the put twelve months William C Whitney and Daniel
p shelves also a few watennUyons" might be added. slightest Inctease in his business Lamont have gone out into the land of silence and the other daf the life

Japan says the war cost her 11,000.000. a day. As the war has been on on account of the work on the partner of Mr. Cleveland's. great Secretary of the Treasury. John 0. Carlisle, .J

about eighteen months Sundays Included any mathematician ought to be construction .. departed this world Mrs. Carlisle was a woman of superior intelligence

able to give Russia a fair idea of what Japans Indemnity claim win be. and the great success of her husband la public life, it .Is well know*, was
NOTE THE DATES largely due to her Influence. ;
The board of commissioners of Hillsborongh county have abolished the Few members of either Mr. Cleveland's Cabinets are left. Daniel Manning ;
list and started a poor farm. Dade county commissioners are contemplating his bosom friend and political
pauper S. la speaking of the presentcitr manager early. Lamar and Ba7-
Let them do it It will a big saving of pub (From Miami Record August )
the same act. prove I campaign and the friendA ard have long since bee anumbered with the great majortly.. A few yean

lic tunds in the long ran 1 A council that will not work I rivalry existing between ago wmiam L. Wilson whom Mr. Cleveland loved like a brother and over ,
candidates the whose grave he shed tears as Ue sobs shook his frame
-- the the various diet A year or so
.Awriter in eastern recommends kitchen gymnasiums with a single hearted purpose of
i to an paper of 3 Sterling Morton '
? Miami Record August ago expired. Few indeed, are left the most prominent
enhancement of girlish strength and beauty. The effective kitchen gymnasiums advancing every material Interest says: being Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Olaey.As .
are the kind our grandmothers practiced on, but they've gone out of
of Miami ought not to be elected. the former President attends the funeral ceremonies over these associates
fashion with the modern female world. S The present sky council -EVERY MAN -k* hn men who were allied to him by tie. of strength ol which the: world C

Atlanta business men nave started an "ad campaign," or a movement can never adequately' appreciate, ho mast feel that era many years '.. too.

to raise money to advertise the town. This Is a most laudable task and one while Individually, perhaps, Interested aaaenattlW bra GOOD.CLEAN shall join them. fine period la the history of the country the eight

that should be patterned by every city and town In the South. The benefits In the growth and upbuild years of Cleveland's administration. Ivwas clean, able national marked by

z Accruing would be of untold value. ing of Miami,when they assemble tkita trod WOULDIn the obliteration of sectional lines sard by Initiation and the carrying lau e e
.gIf _____ __ completion of public acts of treat and lasting benefit. There was aotalatof
collective capacity, are en-
r It is the mutiny on the Potemkln which has broken the pride of the a corrupJon then; none could exist in that atmosphere of. rugged honesty. "
r. Czar and caused him to wish for peace with his exterior enemies, says tirely too subservient to other Interests discharge the DUTIES ol his.

f Die Zeit (\1enna). these sailors of the Potemkln have done their country to be entirely fair- to the CHILD STUDY INTERESTING.:

agreater* service then any crew In the Russian navy. city. office rAITHfULLY.Weil ." BBHSMMISa B < ql

I[" The first Issue of the WIldwood News. G. W. Adams, editor and proprietor Quite an interesting article on the change of disposition la children
Hard but Stick I* the factsT-M. Record Aug. 12. l. found in American Medicine. It u
pointed that
has made its appearance: The News as fts name Implies, U chock out the chance of disposition v
f full of news and In every other manner one of the most creditable weeklies L In children Is often wrongly Interpreted,. and both. parents and i

f. published in the State. ),I.ylt live long and be a power In its town and com ___ ___ _____ __ _u ___ teachers have recourse to various means to secure Improvement, such as
reprimanding forcing depriving of food etc. although conditions grow
*ct" Instead of Improving- ;!+

I 4 Capt. Evan P. Howell of Atlanta was a high type of citizen and a loss A chill for example, enjoying heretofore noJ health all at once undergoes

to the South. When the war ceased he took up the work of rebuilding his The mosquito theory of transmission of yellow fever Is absolutely a radical change: he becomes sloe In his actions, lakes more time

e. country and dlJ his part well. He was public-spirited progressive and a accepted In New Orleans, and the battle against the disease is being fought than usual In eating. Jresulnx. studying: his Intellectual faculties become

valuable" man to Atlanta. The South U better off that such men II'Capt.S aloof this line. The Picayune of that city sajrs: "As for yellow fever the less vivid memory fall. h. lack attention. The condition Is diacaosel IIluID"
time has passed when It should excite nnJuq alarm. Science<< has discovered "
Howell have lived in It. and bodily punishment Is lnfilete Th. writer says: "A child
Its cause, and science has learned how to deal with and to like this Is certainly Ill. and coercive training will not Improve tie condition .
a list of snbsribers to "Fads and Fancies" leads a New York paperto
The ate the cause. It simply comes from the bite of a peculiar but strictly medical attention. The subject Is eertanly Important from a T-
kinds of folks "An Amer-
about certain
what Josh Billings wrote :
quote stegomyla. Some of these Insects were brought here In cargos of fruit from I pra 'InJ standpoint as the future of such a patient depends upon the early q
f ikan aristokrat Is the most ridlkflus thing In the market. They are generally Central America as doubtless they have been carried to Mobile and other I recognition of the pathological condltVm. It should bs borne la mind by
of their ansesstors. and if they hay enny and live long
fruit ports, and they stung some of the workmen who unloaded the ships. every parent or teacher. Cheerfulness, laughter vividness, ire all attributes
{ cuff they generally hay cause tew be ashamed of thalr paterlty"No The mosquitoes being here the business of science Is to kill them and this of youth and If these characteristic features of childhood, are rapidly replaced 9

doubt Governor Broward is losing tots of sleep and rest because Brother It being done. Cls'erns are teing screens and oiled. gutters and cesspools by lassitude and Impairment of Intelligence, the condition Is isadonbtedly -
are being oiled and all Infected or supposed Infected premises are being morbid."
Frank Harris and the Marion county executive committee don't like
Skis conduct In making an official appointment in that county without consulting fumigated with sulphur. As for the people themselves, they can protect We don't know much yet about children. They live la a little world

them. Its hard and a little bit out of the ordinary but the Governor themselves perfectly by anointing bands and faces and Other pans exposedto of their own a world Into which the wisest philosopher has not penetrated. '

feu the law and the right on his aide, and that's the end of the matter. mosquitoes with a lotion made of alcohol and loch essential oils as pennyroyal a world of the Imagination aad fancy aad who can say what are the limitations
lavender, cedar and the like. The ,cost la smalL Houses should of the l Imagination of a child T

There are thirty-eight cities between (0.000 and 100.000 population in be screened and the use of mosquito ban' should be strictly attended to."

this country; and et these Savannah pays the highest average salaries toUgh The Brooklyn Eagle on the other band. Is not Inclined to believe that THE RATE MAKING POWER.

school teachers principals exeepted. This Is to s nuah'. credit the stgomyia the only factor In the spread of yellow fever. Experiments

Teachers' salaries generally are too low. In London a professionally In the M r1Inao camp, in Cuba proved clearly enough the The American Association of Local Freight Agents considered tie

trained woman teacher begins at 1400. and her salary increases slowly until agency of the mosquito In carrying yellow fever" It says "but occurrencesIn question of a bill which has beet?proposed la Congress to give the later
'' New Orleans suggest the Inquiry as to whether the germ may not -
.Jt reaches 750. possibly State Commerce Commission the power to make railway freight rates, and
be carried by flies or by other means as well whether It Uvee In water. U their aaaaal meeting la MlaaeapoUs adopted some resolutions to the afcrffeet

The Century.Dlctlonary and Encyclopedia, recognized as the leading whether or no it may not survive the frosts in congenial soil possibly it a that It would bo Impracticable to devise say uniform bases of rates

._'. -authority of the day on the meaning and application of words, thus defines considerable depth aa a result of old Interments. Most of the dead in New .which would be fair to an classes of shippers, or which would meet the
the word liar: one who lies; a person-who knowingly utters falsehood; Orleans are intombed above ground to be sore aa the city stands on a commercial conditions and facilitate the Interchange ot commodities to , who deceives! by false report representations.' The same authority sponge of bog and the' escape of poisonous exhalations from the cofttna the same extent as the present system of rate ma*'*iit.

.defines falsifier as "one who falsifies, counterfeits: or gives to a thing" a would be aster than in the cases of Inhumation. Again It may be that Commenting oa the system the Nashville American says:
deceptive who invents falsehoods; a liar; to teD false- In towns of defective drainage, In
appearance; one the disease originates spontaneously or This system is' designed to promote to the greatest possible extent the
rJaoocI'. lie violate the truth." swamps, where decay of organic matter Is greater than the power of the free Interchange of commodities between the producers and the consumers.

:1 to the New Smyrna Breese several tramps bit that plaee a superficial"vegetation to absorb and convert It.** These agents, who come ta direct contact with an shippers of freight, sad
AccorJlng The best scientific thought and the weight of experience is with the
few but were forced to leave. Had the Breese said that several nbo have haJ long and practical experience la dealing with the public arewell .J.\
days ago. theory of transmission but there may be other causes, yet no
mosquito qualified to speak the subject. They it *
were in the town Jhere would have no cause to doubt the assertion. oa regard as a significant factorsnd
tramps yellow fever expert has stated what they are.or In fact, that there are any It ls significant fact that the railroad
Miami and every place on the coast, and the State in general, for that matter a freight rates In the Uaited
.' has tramps that stay with them the year round and are never molested States are far tower aad railway service la this country much superior to

though it is hardly time for the visiting hobo to put In his appearance.Aa A WORD TO MUNICIPAL ELECTORS.One that[ of any other country. They believe tJaJ..marke4 contrast ol Amer
Inn railway rates and methods with those of foreign countries, while concede -

,. : Associated Press Item conveys the Information that destruction of of the most important events in the future of Miami politically J to be largely due to the greater Intelligence and Individual efficiency,

mosquito larvae by petroleum and the weeding out of shrubbery in moist and progressively will ere the elapse of another week have passed and of American railway employes. Is also due In a: great measure to the fact '

places and about the Long Island and New Jersey resorts has almost eliminated the mould of a new government made. that our railways have been Intelligently managed with a definite purpose

the pests, according to reports collected by the Herald. Experiments Under the new city charter ordinances will be changed and other to develop the country sad promote the Interchange of business, gal that

with oU begun two or three years ago have been entirely successful The offices created for the government and maintenance of Miami Men are his[ policy on the part of American railways and the beneficial results sris-
oil has been reinforced by systematic ditching fag from it have been possible by reason of the which they have
sprinkling of pools with crude to make these laws and men to execute them and all with the one aim power
at many points which has completely obliterated the damp spots where the of progressing and developing the city they call their home now and in exercised In making rates without interference on the part of the Federal

mosquitoes were In former years bred by the million. the years to come. Government

For the several offices that are to be filled by the approaching primaryand The consensus of opinion of the DieD who *uve had experience, both

On the Pacific coast where the business community keeps always in election and which wm be governed by the provisions of the new shippers sad railroad people. ls that the making of railway rates had

touch with Far Eastern affairs, they think they know the reason for Ger charter, a Urge number of Miami's best citizens have announced themselves left where it Is. ..O.,

many's' friendship and sympathy with Russia in the present war. They say ud. from tem the Qualified electors of the city are to make their Chronicle
The San Francisco takes a clear view of the so-called yellow

territory selections. peril: "As a matter of fact the "yellow peril has never Lean a live' question'
This Is a matter deserving and requiring careful deliberation and study. In the militant sense la this country. On the con'I, nt ot Europe the subjectIs
'. Germany are distributed through'! China. Germany was confident that Russia It Is one In which the destiny of the city Is at stake, and It should be the often* discussed from the Genghis Khan standpoint, but such Americans
would win. Russia is not an exporting country and In payment for his ambition and Intention, not only of every voter but of every person In Its
is have been disposed hitherto to regard in Its commercial and Industrial
sympathy and friendship the German Emperor expected that the dominant confines, to select and advocate for their servants those best qualified by
.l eCta. Tht'1.Jo not believe that the Japanese will try to overrun the
would hoIo Chlna; whlle Germany fed and clothed its people do them service honor.
band of the Czar .. character and competency to and
I whether or not it may not survive the frosts In eongelal soil possibly at aof
taught them that German goods were necessaries of life. know who has himself
and So far u we every man announced a candidate formidable rivals manufacturing
their becoming very la and commerce.
Is competent to serve a public trust and we can not conscientiously says
ind rivals in commerce we want Nothing will the better or quicker develop
6 11/ .We don't know when the first advertising was done but we do knew exactly word against any one of Jhem. It Is natural however that we shouldhave I
and maintain our industries at a'high standard of efficiency.A .
J when the first advertisement was printed. U advertised the Bitle.Vhen : our favorites, aal unless It can be shown that they are unworthy and

i ? \ Guttenberg In 145 A. D. discovered printing and was experimenting Incompetent, as has been Insinuated against some of them we contend I I writer In the Scientific American shows, what losses the country nnUnroes -

with.his invention, be took into his confidence two Fr Dchmen. Faust and tha- it would not only be right but an act of common Justice to return to I: on account of Insects. He Instances the cqt'on bollweevil. the

Enqnist. They went to Paris and soon*made their own type, and of course office those wo have faithfully, honorably'and creditably performed the Hessian fly and others. The cotton worm before It was studied sad the

; printed the book most In dt'm.nJ-the Bible. One day the inhabitants of functions of their sworn duty In the past and present.In I method of controlling it by the use of srsealcsls was mad. common know

Paris were surprised to see large posters scattered around on walls and making this assertion the Metropolis does not with to be mlsunderrtool I I FIK', levied In bad yean a tax of 3ft.feV.Qj/ ) on the eot'on crop. Thoiretentlon

.. fences announcing that Faust Co. was selling Bibles at one-eighth the usual It does not Intend or attempt to say that there are not others of loss from the He ilan fly. due to the knowledge of proper

cost. The letters oa these posters were aU similar, and all in red. and when seeking honors and public trust, who would not perform the duties as : seasons for planting wheat and other direct sat cultural methods, results

the good people of Paris saw them they surely thought it was die handiwork well as they, but It believes In rewarding faithful service, and that In this I liD the saving of wheat to the farm value of from 11/10).00.),000) to tW.mM),MOincually.

of tls Satanic majesty otherwise they coulJnt all be alike however, they instance can be applied only by a retention in office of those now servlns; I I Careful statistics shot thai cite damage from the coddling moth

coon found out clllr renUr. In the British museum there Ia. copy preserved the people. It would be nothing but fair and right or applying the old I: 10 the apple Is limited two-third by the a.lpotkrin of the arsenical .

of this very Interesting poster the first printed advertisement whichwe adage: "Let well enough ..10Dt'I I: sanding and other methods of control; representing a saving of from |t$..

know of. In choosing a board of aldermen it win be necessary under the new I Iti I I \IvO.wto i:0.HW.OOO la the value of this f.-uf. codnet alone.The .

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FOUR BARGES I MIAMI BASE BALL CLUB FUND IN MEMORY OFETHAN o cococccoocococooocooooocoocoocoococoooocoococooco

Ladies art Preparing to Build and Improve -

a Public Park Subscribing $100 for Ground Improvements F. W. HAHN
FOR EXTENSION: Providing Five-year Lease ALLENTOWER ,

Danla, August 10. is Given On Location.

The ladles improvement societyof Architect and BuilderI

Danla has elected officers as follows -' At a specially called meeting of the

: President Mrs. Annie Webb; Merchants' Association last Tuesday, now hare in mv employ one of the beat
WERE TOWED HERE FROM JACK- secretary. Miss Bertha MuUlkln; It was decided that the sum of $100be ERECTED IN HONOR OF draftsman in the South and am better

J&ONVILLE BY TUG DAUNTLESS treasurer Mrs. G. F. Landstreet. As appropriated and donated to the THE HERO OF TICONDEROGA prepared than ever for furnishing ploiis

usual, the Saturday evening Ice cream Miami baseball club for the purposeof DEDICATED WITH APPROPRIATE and detail lot food buildings, fine cabinet
TERMINAL DOCK LIVELY TO- work. etc 1 am now headquarter
festival was a grand success. The Improving the new baseball groundsnow .
CEREMONIES. for turned work, scroll awing and all '
'- DAY WITH PREPARATIONS FOR hotel porches decorated with Japanese under course of construction west I
work usualldone in a FIRST CLASS:
9 RAILROAD BUILDING. lantern, added greatly to the beau of the railroad track and between 9th planing mill

ty of the scene as the dancers flitted and 10th streets. I
E by to the strains of sweet music. I The appropriation, however, carries Send me your order for doors and window -
The ladles have had so much encouragement -: with it the proviso that the Fort Dallas Burlington., August 1C-Today Is II

extended them that they Land Company, owning the land Bennlngton Battle Day and the city frames ballusters brackets etc

E \Vlh four large barge an 1 the seagoing hate already started laborers to work must first give a privilege to the Is in full holiday attire. Thousandsof I and be convinced MIAMI FLAjOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ

grubbing the park site and in four grounds for a period of five years or
launch Dixie. In tow the tug visitors began to arrive here earlyin
or five weeks there will have been more, before the money Is to be sub ,
Dauntless James Floyd commanding, walks and flower beds laid opt and scribed. the day to attend the rclebratloi

arrived In port late Tuesday after- an, artistic rummer house erected.A. It Is considered very probable that and witness the dedication of the Memorial -

titan and tied up at the tremlnal dock. C. Frost and J. P. Nix spent the request will be granted, thoughthe Tower erected In honor of Ethan

i ._ outfit came from Jacksonvilleand Monday In Miami on business. matter will have to receive the
e. the I Allen the hero of TlconJerofca.
J The Misses Pearl'and Margaret sanction of higher omclala of the company
Is consigned to'the engineering on ladlan Rock In Ethan Allen Park. Contractors Property Owners
Roper spent Tuesday in the Magic In Jacksonville, before a promise
department of the F. E. C. R'y and u : The celebration Is held under the auspices
:, City, shopping and visiting friend or agreement can be made by the
for use in the construction of the extension and direction of the Sons of
: Mrs. C. M. Nelson gave a moonlight local officers of the concern. If
of that road via the keys from croquet party to a large number of The promoters of the new grounds the Revolution acting conjointly with youdon't want to SAVEMONEY ..
the ci suthurl'lit' a :J -Hrtl patriotic we'Caii'help If do come to
The y you. you ,
friends Thursday night.
the mainland to Key West. The barge on however are not standing back In Improving -

the the South Atlantic grounds were tastefully decoratedwith It on this Issue and are'nowhaving organizations.The .
largest on
are among Japanese and Chinese lanterns.Mr. the ground cleared of trees, celebration began shortly! after The T. A. McDonald Cora
Coast being 150 feet In length
G. B. Hlnkley left Thursday stumps and weeds after which the noon with a mllltar procealon! under
by 60 feet beam, and cabable of carrying night for the north.A. the comma -6r. Col. J. G. Estey.
diamond will be laid off and the land
one thousand or more ton of C. Frost spent Wednesday In 71tusvDle put In condition for playing ballIs moot National Guard. Among -
t ttwmllltary commands that took partin And Buy Your Building Material
freight each. They were purchasedof i on business Is expected that It will have been

the R. G. Ross Contracting Company gotten in shape by the time the team the para 'oj'levee rise entire regimentof Leaf
NEGROES CLAIM ABUSE the 15th Cavalry and Its band, commanded Long Yellow Pine and Cypress ;
of Jacksonville and are the first returns from Its tour of the East
by CoL Wm. M. Wallace, the
of a number of other such craftsbought 'I Coast two week hence. of all kindsWe
23rd and 27th batteries F. A. commanded
by the company and which will Party From Keys Said to Allege
by Major E. E. Gale the entire ,
be brought here for extension work. i Brutal and Dangerous Treatment. Pleasantly Effective. first regiment Vermont N. G. and : also sell Lime, Brick (4 kinds). Cement Sash Doors
Tuesday there was renewed Activityat Never In the way, DO trouble to carry -
a large attachment of the 5th Infallt'l Mouldings and whatever els* a builder requires
In to take, pleasant and never
the terminal dock headquarter easy
A report In circulation Monday
ry from the Pittsburgh at lowest possible]figure.
till city for the extension operations. failing In results are DeWltf Little
morning that a small schooner had T. The parade moved from City Hall
In the morning the steamer Bls- Early Risers. These famous little
Early ,
come up Sunday from Key Largo Park to Ethan Allen Park, where thousands You Know Where We Are. >
14th Street. Maud Ha.
cayne Capt. W H. McIntyre, sailed for with about thirty negroes, who were pills are a certain guarantee against of people were already assembled -
the keys, carrying an Immense cargo headache, biliousness, torpid liver
leaving the F. E. C. extension work when the head of the proreslon
of provisions and supplies, and towing because of the treatment accorded and all of the Ills reuniting from con arrived. 8nnounoement

'a lighter with fifty or more laborers them by the foreman under whom stipation.! They tonic and strengthenthe The dedication ceremonies followed.

,aboard.Monday. they had worked. liver. Cure Jaundice.,r Sold by the William J. Van Patten, who had Riv Miami Conservatory of Music
afternoon the dredge Blscayne.Dnig Co.
The negroes, it Is told it about en the land which now forms the
Rough Rider which has been on the
the city that the foreman went armed brief ad-
.... way* for the past two week having and that within the last few day RECIPROCITY CONFERENCEWILL dress.Ethan Alen Then ParMellvered IT. A. WooJbury a chair- 225 12th St. rVanUin Coknvin Bush Director
1""" repair made to its hull, wa launched DISCUSS TARIFF
that he had shot at them several
committee, A Musical Kindergarten and Class
man of the building pre- Primary In Piano Playing
and Is now'receiving- finishing times; also that he had beaten and the and Miss Mary Ro .... ..... ,
lower win t.tipe..a.b.rtlf r lie la B. Ih.c m. ChiMra. IHM I k. U
touches preparatory to being towed to abused a number of them because they Chicago Aug. 1C. The National N'nlei are rliribl. No ><*_ ._ .. of the Revolution
berts.of the Daughters gmt., etc, In*. P paw b.ob.d __. N... II. .. .
Key Largo where It will begin preparing had not worked a* he thought they Reciprocity Conference began a two several flags. President pr wnk TII l iim vokly fo* ties
the channel for the building should. day session here today with six bundred Mandolin
Dr. H. D. Holton. of the Societyof DepartmentA
of a trestle. None of the darkle eould be found delegates from all part of the
The large double decked houseboat Monday and while It .la believed that country present. They will discus* the American Revolution. deliveredthe maniolin department is also open at very reasonable rate Piano,
address of acceptance. Then the violins and mandolins tree for
to students.
which was launched'a feW Jay.ago the foreman might have been a hard the reciprocal trade relation with practice
flag was raised on the tower ant while FULL PARTICULARS: on application at CONSERVATORY
fresh from the atock and which will boss, but little credence Is put In the other countries and an amendmentof
the audience the "Star Spangled
serve as a tender or a living place for statement that they were shot at and the tariff laws.Soothing sang

the men engaged on the dredge John beaten by him. mainly because tne Banner" the artillery fired: a salute. FREDK. S. MORSE
The Rev. Gains Glenn Atlas delivered
Babcock. 1* now about complete and time has past for this kind of treat and Cooling. ,
the dedication and Mr*.
Tuesday was being provisionedand ment to hired help and because the The salve that heals,without a scar prayer
equipped for errice. This win be railroad company would not retain la Is De Wltfs Witch Hazel Salve. No Julia C. R. Derr recited a poem writ REAL ESTTE
for the occasion. Then Robert D.
one of the most complete and comfortable Its employ a man of the stamp represented remedy effect such speedy relief. It ten
i houseboat In use by the com above.Take draw out Inflamatlon. soothes, cool Benedict read a biographical and historical

pany. It is large and commodious and and heal all cut, burn and bruises. sketch of Ethan Allen and his OtBeea *p stairs Cor. At*.C and U M St.

will accommodate fifty or more men. Kedel After Eating. A sure cure for pile and skin diseases. time. The principal oration was delivered Miami" Dade Co. Florda.

both In sleeping and eating. It win After a hearty meal a doze of KoJol DeWltf Is the only genuine by Vice-President Charles W. .

bestowed down with the dredge the Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of Fairbanks. Secretary Ethan Allen

latter part of the week. The furniture of Indigestion. KoJol U a thorough counterfeit, they are dangerous. Sold Hitchcock representing the President. AGENT OR LANDS OF' ,

'and furnishings were bought from the digestant and a guaranteed cure by Biscayne Drug Co. Governor Charles J. Bell. D. J.Foster, Florida East Coast Railway Co.
President-General D. J. Hancock and
Dade County Furniture Co. and most for Indigestion Gas on the Stomach.
Governor John Helene of New Hampshire Florida Coast Line Canal and Trana. Co.
from C. D Leffler. Breath }
of the provision Weak Heart. Sour Rising Bad KENTUCKY MURDERER
In the shipyard the foundation are and all Stomach troubles. L. A. So- HAS CONFESSED CRIME also delivered brief addressee Bonton and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Ho >

being laid for the contraction of a per of Little Rock. Ky says: -Kodol The ground upon which the Indian ..

number of other barge and hoaRI Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the commendation Nashville. Tens Aug. 1< Armed Rock bearing the memorial tower, la \

I bats, while those already under way that can be given It, a* It with requisition paper. City Marshal located at one. time was part of the ;f fIN

will be launched at an early data and saved the life of our little girl when Burrows, of Guthrie K, has gone to farm owned by Ethan Allen. He WeWantEveryGrower

put la commission a* soon a* possible sh'e was three year old. She 1* now Ogden Utah to bring back Percy died on his farm and a few year .

thereafter. This yard U playing an six and we have kept It for her constantly Luster, who has confessed to the man ago the Daughter of the Revolutionhad

'important part la the preparation for but. of course, she only take der of his wife several week ago. a bronze tablet placed on the rock

the extension work and its capacity It now when anything disagree with near which Ethan Allen's house stood THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.
0'' ,,1s being Increased daily.both la ground her. We feel grateful for the benefit A Guaranteed Cure For Pile at the time of his death.

pace and_number of men employed derived from its use and would not be Itching Blind. Bleeding or Protruding

The schooner,ItCPIeasant. which has without If Sold by the Blacayne Pile Druggist refund money SITUATION IS MORE CHEERFULNew -Florida TCOUMM.-T-A eonptet auaaal of 71odb olspt.. I'

been to Key Largo with a supply of Drag Co.JAPANESE. If PAZO OINTMENT fall to cure '*
Florida Orarc. aosdal tatarwt to oraap .,....
food and niatertaUretnrneJ to port this any case no matter of how long Orleans Aug. 1C -Except for -florid Strawirrtles.-4 Book!* a* -feU 'yasi.tlss: OaUv tins tllal'", ...
morning and tied up at the terminal ARC standing. In ( to 14 daya. First application milder shower anj somewhat lowertemperature rsrtflliadoaIrtaa ,-
dock where It will take on another BACKField and rest 50 eta.
there l. Hllle rb.nela Potatoea.--A BookJ oloO.. Sued. Planting au culunedoaa ... 4
load and get away on the down trip If your druggist hasn't It send 50c la
Ire yrllw fever sfualloa today. of rartOlaara. tAf&mf sad raiy.rtaaapnl pCq.-
elther 4hla afternoon .or tomorrow Headquarters. Japanese ArmyIn stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid .
A doses suspicious caw tees reported rartfllata--Of apwtal tatr't to $...".. pews,.,
4' mornJJ r. Manchuria Aug. 15. by Paris Medicine Co, St. LouU.Ma for Investigation daring the I Uaal
The dipper dredge. Prickly Heat. alone the tine of therallroa.1 showing all oar dlffaraot kraal*, uatyoss. prtrtA
night and occupied the atten'ktnof *ta
which Is needing some repair before In the Klnkla road drove lathe :
hauled iho luprriur thin Bxmilfuc. bat thelarge New sad lUrtos EOtfona of Uw after last abllsh d.Mat traa fee UM
wm be aakfia
,being pot to work again Russian outposts oa*August 12. NOTED. TENNESSEE percentage 0' **rnnert

.out on the way within a day or' two. Eleven Russians were killed and ten JURIST IS DEAD mall perrrBtage of deaths make aa"J I

AU la an the terminal dock I* one captured. In the section of Klakla situation regarded with -.. WILSON & TOOAIER\ FERTILIZER (COMPANY

of the'IInJleat and most boslnea41ke the Russians are being driven back. Nashville Teaa, Ang. If. Judge Th moM depressing influence up ,
place In the city and one ha but to Thomas Curia of tab State, and a
on the community I* the srrtaas: la-
visit it to be convinced that the building 'There are three reason: why moth native of Richmond. Va_ U dead at roads on business by the quarantine. JACKSONVILLE, Fla.

of the'K.'West extension of the ers prefer One Minute Cough Cure: his home at Bristol. Tean. aged 53 have
The retailers not suffered severely
F. E. C. Ry. Is the means of turning First It la absolutely nannlea Sec year He was ek.rty. related to bat the wholesaler are still

loose and putting In circulation In Miami ond. Lt tastes goocI-chIJdrea lor It. Fomer Governor Curia of Penasylraata. seriously effected C1a.aa
3asneSr Agenta
several thousand dollar weekly other remedies cousin of Jesus McCarthy ,
whooping cough when and a -- """" '. 2'"l&.
that otherwise would not be expendedhere. falL Sold by Blscayae Drug Co the Irish historian and parliamentar BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON A BRADFORD
lad b YEARS'.TDCPfftlCMC
Little Rinf.
Chamberlain Colic. Cholera and Dt- INDIGESTION CURED

.. arrhoea Remedy the Beat la .. I* Lower Than It Ha Been In Past I ,

Existence.T. Thirty Year There Is no case Indlgectloa.. dye 1 Miami Bottling Works

M. Wood II1&I1&Pi of tM WhIte epsta or stomach trouble that will not

County Neva. Beebe. Ark, 1* a rcpraestad New York. Aug. 15 The Herald yield to the UgesUve and strengthening TnaMaeasAs WALL! DICKINSON Props. <

v aoo ithern business mean who correspondent at Alexandria says: Influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.This '
ec.r-n &c. 'rIttai SMT R. Ifc, Mlaail, fla
doe not hesitate in expressing his "Egypt official report of the NUe remedy take the strata off the .....S_..4 A.- (;; ..qquecPtl. el
tar. j;
good opinion of a yen known remedy. flood states that the river 1* very low stomach by digesting what :you eat and : .;;;"..w.i ww r r-d rtt.r Mtaraetarr of

H. say*. It give me pleasure to recommend and late. At assonan It U three meters allowing It to rest until It grow strong err'- w..:co.'L:
tyke ..
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera lower than It has been In the past again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure afford -= ..-- :: ...-r..stw I All Kinds of

and Diarrhoea Remedy, having used thirty year and that the average cotton qulek and permanent relief from Indigestion SdtIUfk, RIIUkaI.At .

It my ef and In my family with the crop will be saved. The cotton and an stomach troublesbnflds '11.."........ tles.. Soft Drinks
beet results. In tact I belter It to th crop this year Is expected to be a rev up the system and so purifies that disease -,.., "P-.t"i ...M II.ij' .e

beet remedy of the kind la existence. ord breaker as the cotton work has can not attack and gala a foothold m ;ri
J Attasttloa .. An Orwra.. Oat-ef-Ttvs
Sold by the Red Crow Pharmacy ant been exterminated. The rice crop has as when la a weakened condition. BoDsIi.LDYSPEPSIA

an medicine dealer suffered some In upper E<
Dyspepsia Cure by physicians'of hos-

STORM WAS LESS, INJURIOUS SMOOTH ''ARTICLE I tells how this most wonderful modern CUREDIGESTS

When yon find It necessary to use discovery has proven to be the great

Cincinnati. Aug. 15. Report* received salve use DeWltt'i Witch Hazel Salve eat digestant for the alleviation of a Kodol WHAT YOU HAT

fft" here how that the .storm of burns, boils eczema, blind bleeding. suffering humanity. Its many cure of TW 11 00 WtIa MM Jet_MM. _MM,.M.*....*M_

yesterday canted less injury In other Itching or protruding pile Get the both<< children and adults grow larger nee a.. M *t tae tarss es

parts of the State Kentucky and Indiana genuine DeWltf Witch Hazel Salve. I day by day. Sold by Biscayne Drug E. C. D.WITT COMPANY. CHICJLOCk f...

than It did here.. Sold by B1acarne'Drq: Co. Company. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar


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.. .. . .. . .. .. .. FUNERAL OF MRS. SCRUGGS

Laid to Rest at 3:30 O'Clock
TO TOUR THE COAST I I This Afternoon.The .

jf DEMOCRAT remains of the late Mrs. H. W.% M. BurdineNext

- - - -
--- - -- F. Scruggs, who died In Hot Spring,
--- -- --- -- - -:- -
LEAVE Ark., a few days ago arrived here .
-STRONG AGGREGATION EJilor Metropolis The campaignfor run again and It 1* hardly probablethat
last night: and the Interment took
TOMORROW MORNING TO MEASURE city officials now on is an amusing they would but the bare threatof
place this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
SKILL AGAINST OTHER one to we Crackers, and not so amusing : electing any set of city officials. with from the Methodist church. South

EXPONENTS OF THE NATIONAL either, when we consider the possibilities negro and Republican rote Is a bit Rev. Mr. Low officiating.The week at this store will
ir and probabilities of Us ulti too much for the Cracker Democrat
CAME. following gentlemen officiated

mae re ultL to swallow.The as pallbearers: F. B. Stoneman. representing be a money saver to the
I am a newcomer but have been fact that the negro paper printed -
the Masons; R. B. Gaatler
informed that It has been customaryin here is urging the negroes to register -
for We
Knights of Pythias; A. E. Conrad. Odd shoppers bargains.
elections past to have white citizens and pay their poll taxet. give
FelloKsffl C. H. Raul Fraternal
The Miami baseball team under the irrespective of party to nomi- color to the truthfulness of these re rIOD. have few
management and direction of Mr. R. Calpn. aad J. W. Cardy and C. L. a seasonable ar
nate the municipal officers and that ports.
R. Taylor left OD Wednesday morn- this is the first time that the campaign Another feature of the campaign so Dorothy. The burial wa In charge ticles that
Ing on IU tour of conquest of the has grown into a partisan fight I am informed which is somewhat of Undertaker H. )(. King. A large we wish to re-

East Coait-probably extending the They tell me that Mr. Garthside. candidate strange is that those who have forreal'll concourse of friends attended both duce in stock and offer them
same inland u far u Bartow and for mayor against Cracker been poking as true "Cracker .t the church and the grave and the

Lakeland. John Sewell. Is an enthusiastic Republican Democrats" are quite ,solidly supporting floral offering were numerous and for less than can get
beautiful. you
The team u the best that Miami can and always has been, and that the Garthilde ticket They say

produce and *hlle the boy are not he ha* been for several year elected that a Mr. F. B. Stonemaa, who them elsewhere. Read over .
ecou.tJcaJ.tJie, believe that nnleai city treasurer u a Republican in or- 1* the leader n the disruption waa

the team against whom they will der to give that party representation born and reared a Republican and that this list and if there is not a
play Import player, that they hare Biscayne Ledge K. of P.
in city affairs. nothing strange la thought of his astons

a a*' good an amateur line-up u there They tell me further that the Re In the matter, but that he should Whereas, on the 7th Instant It I anything you need today

la In the State and expect to fire a publicans are lining up sonly In support be able to Influence Southern Democrat pleased the Heavenly Father la His

good account of themselves. They Intend of Mr. Garthalde. and the other 1* the funny part of the busi wise providence to remove from the I you might at some f future

to play ban to the beat of theirabfllty Republican on the ticket and that it ness. home of our brother. H. F. Scruggs

and ahonld they be unfortunate has been openly said that In case they However. I am reliably Informed and family Mrs. Mary B. Scruggs, time. It will be well for you

d In defeat they win return with the fall in the primary that there will be that Inasmuch u the present incumbents the beloved wife and mother. It is ,

reputation and honor of having beenxentiemen an Independent Republican ticket put have proven themselves thoroughly the sense of this lodge that we bow to purchase them tow as

both on anj off: the dlaznond. out the negro voters qualified and competent and capable offlo- fa humble surrender to His win and I

If they win it weal be by rood the ticket elected. tale they win be returned to office by :/tfnd to the grief strikes brother these prices will noEprevailCorset ;

bail playing and fl reversed it win The parties who make thb assertion safe majorities which Information to and family our sincerest sympathy .
be.because their opponent were the In their hour of sore affliction and .
Garthaide and his highly gratifying to aCneker
do not say that :Mr. ; ..
better exponent* of the same. fellow Republican candidates would (I Democrat pray' that our Father may give them

Twleve men were taken alone u strength to bear up under this dispensation
lottowi:*Allen Hilt. Marviek, Tub, of His hand knowing that

Conklia, Cbed. Pomar. R. Sardine B. Riami Rifles Are Ordered to Vacate lie doeth all things wen.

Oopton. Baker C. Dillon and B. Ped4y. It U our request that these expressions

<< The first game*-a double header be spread upon the minutes of Covers

win be played at West Palm Armory by County Commissioners this lodge and that a copy be sent ,

peach tomorrow afternoon the lineup to our bereaved brother and lamfly.

in the ant game being: Allen, p.; ,b 1.. Redmond B. Gaatier -

Hill c.; Marvlck. let: Conklln, 11; C. H. Raalersoo Those that have sold for
If the Miami Rifles follow the Instructions societies of the city which have been .
ratio abort;, Ched. Sd; Pomar. left L. R. Rafley, willgo for. . s.
Held; R. Bnrdlne. center. Held; H. of the County Commissioner wanting a permanent headquarters for Committee.

Clopton. right field. they win be forced from present some time and if these Improvements Miami. Fla. Aug. 12. IMS. Those that have sold for 75 cents

indication, to place their armoryIn are made, as contemplated, the present .60cThou
Leaving Palm Beach the is
wlllgofor . . . . . . .
scheduled to play u follow: the street or go Into camp until structure: will not only be enhanced
Fort Dallas Ledge f. O. O. 1'.
eD8tIIAncuatIL such time a* a new armory can be In appearance and value but that have sold for $1.00 ,. 1
established or suitable place found It will accommodations and la that the aUwlse ha in 15c
Titwvflle. August If. a provide Creator will go for. . :. . . . ::w-J.: .
:Dayton Aagost XL that can be rented. room that are greatly needed. His divine plan called to'her eternal

Palatka. August 22. This or some other expedlent.wfli' rest Mrs. IL')'. Scruggs, the beloved Those that have sold f for $125

If the trip up to this time has be made necessary by a communication Mrs. "M. E. Chapman sister of Mr*. wife of our dear brother we. the will go for . . . . . ..98G ,
vroven aUfactory and the team av- sent to the Rifle last jalght by J. D. Godmaa. and daughter of Mrs.Hart members of Fort Dallas Lodge No.

rage np to what I* expected of it the clerk of the commissioners advising died Sunday night at the tatter's 44. L O. 0. F. by our common vote, Those that have sold for f $1.50 $ ')

other game and date will be ar- them that they will be expected home. No. 213 Pront avenue la her bow to the divine Providence and will go for. . t . . . . tIladies'
Tanged a* follow: to vacate the present room in the with our hearts filled with deep grieffoe
forty-fourth year of age and after an
DeLand. August 23. city Jail building and need u an armory our brother do extend to him oar
Illness of more than a year. The funeral
Sanford or Klsslmmee, August 24. within the ant thirty days as was heU Monday afternoon at S sincere sympathy and tender to )lm .
the board will require it in making our assistance..
Lakeland Angaat 25. o'clock from the place of death. Rev.
Bartow. August 2G.BOYNTON contemplated improvements and enlargements Aaw may we one and all show our Muslin DrawersThese
Wt E. Stanton officiating and the interment
in the Jail and which brother oar friendship and love la
I being in the city cemetery
have been under consideration for fullness of truth in thl*. his hour of
BRIEFS.'News by Undertaker IL M. King. Mrs.

f some time. Chapman was a most erlmable woman grief. Great Values for the PriceAll
Personal and Otherwise from The matter was thoroughly discussed and was wen and favorably By order of committee are v
by the members of the company H. A. Steele
This Progressive Place. known.
present u was also the tact C. le Robert. muslin drawers at 35c for. . . . .25
that the committee from the company C. F. Filer.
Boynton August 1C. wen All muslin drawers at 1.25 for . . .98
Walker the
on securing a new location had been Mr. driving contractor -
B. L. Kapp .pent Monday in West unable to find any building or ball who has been operating In Miami RseelutlM ef Sympetfcy. All muslin drawers at 1.50 for . . . 1.25

,Palm Jaa Beach. that would meet the requirements of for the put ..,.eralmoaW driving At the regular meeting of the Fir All muslin drawers at 1.75 for . .. .1,48
McKay wu down from Palm
, Beach Sunday evening. the organisation and the decision waa wells for the East Coast Water Department last Bight. Tuesday Aug.

t School U progressing nicely with gnarly reaehed'that the co..IllIC Work Company baa at last finished IS. Resolutions were passed aa expressing
officer shall communicate with the his work here, and this morning loaded their heartfelt sympathy for
Mist Vause u teacher..
adjutant general of the Florida State his engine and apparatus on a flatcar heir brother member. Mr. Harry
Bev. Scsmmel. of Delray.
Troop, and also with the attorney to take the same to West Palm Scruggs la his btreavemeat in the 1 4th off
at the school hone Sunday att.rDooa.l I .
1'., W. Webber commenced painting I general, explalng the situation sad Beach where be wm drive ..0. for lose of'hi* wife. =

I jasking advice la the premises; also the same company. :Mr. Walker has R. E. KckeU.M. ,
the Clark cottage on the Ocean
that the county commissioner* be pre Jut finished a well la the Royal Palm P. Robertson .

:Beaca .Monday.Cfcaa '1'. Harper. U now a notary I(I[vaQed upon to allow the companyI I Hotel yard and from which a good Committee.A on atl old slod of Rusta. t1a11 tfG. under-

I I further time to secure a new armory. apply of fresh water was secured: after

pablle W. H. Cox returned from Jacksonrffle -! location. going to a depth of fifty eeC Previous Cud ef Thama sorts cfceoises and nfght 'dreues. Oar 4
The resignation of Second Lien- to this he
.-keen for Sunday the past moraiag week where attending be has to tenant Jonathan May was tendered tie yard of the electric Tight aad I take this method to thank the bargain counter wffl have heaps I of naIRs k.

fcasinesa.Mr. and accepted. Mr. May giving a* his pimping station plants 'One for each say klad Meads who were so uttr

and Mr*. Job Harper wheeled reason for Waving the mtapeny an -u4 from both of which a good supply lag,la their efforts: to relieve my sla tag doth madras white and colored lawns
InabOttr to ftr &i organisation and of salt water was secured.: Ordinarily -
ter. Mrs. M E. Chapman daring her
Oowa from Palm Beach Thursday afternoon
the office the proper time and attention salt water.would be unserviceable and moll
and were guest of F. P. Harper recent tnaeea. cad for their kind sympathies rea laets.
and family. owing to the distance of his : but aa both stations use condensers since her death .
residence from the city.. .
ft can be without hindrance. Respectfully
L Parker win leave soon for a
It wa decided that an election to .
abort vacation at Port Huron MAIL J. t Hers
fill the vacancy be held-next Thursday

d* The'here dredge ha closed"Gator,down operating for an west Indefinite night to when be present aD members. are requested While fishing for shark yesterday I U Capt. Reybold's plan are utettsa W.M. Burdine Miami Fla.

period.- The eommlsslaa of First Lieutenant 'from the dock at North Beach, a real It will not be a greatwhOe before ,

Prof. T. 0. Oreen arrived from Mad- 0. D. Broader was received andread i party of.Ujler: landed a saw fish the wrecked schooner. James Judge M.

aHa. N. Too Wednesday morning, to measuring nearly sixteen feet from will be Bated A car load of maealaery. -
It from June 10.The
3ook after his extensive interest at tip to tip. The united effort of Pole pumps, etc, has arrived, and u
did not out the
company go on
this place soon U all of the details can be arranged
street for the usual dim. but went Bnch. John and Joe Capo Hary and
Mr*. Chaa. F. Harper spent Wed.meaday Oscar Canon and Wilfred Bennett the work of sliding the vessel
through a number/of forma of
new Into the will be undertaken. It U The PoetoOee Department having INDIGESTION
-. shopping in Miami and gettingaome were required to haul np the monster. sea CURED
drill In the .
.dental work done, prior to herdeparture S. L Belcher armory.Mr. of the one The party .also caught five sharks, said that the Judge la In excellent condition gotten through for a time at least
for the north.t the and that once Boated the mat. with the grafter Inside Its doors is There U no case of indigestion. .
largest being eight feet aloe 1nepee dyaepala
the side of Avenue
*, Tied 9. Dewey made some land sale I story bunding on east Fourteenth in length. St. Augustine Record. ter of rebuilding her welt be comparatively now trying to deal with the outside or stomach trouble that will sot
between Thirteenth and
here'Wednesday. D a mail Item. Tropical Sun. grafter who have been mating moa- yield to the Vgestlve and strwgtaew-

streets made a proposition this ey out of raising postal money orders.Of Ing Influence of KoJol Dyspepsia Care.
morning to Capt. J. F. Jaadoo com This mora1ac'two Indians enteredthe
DUTCH POST ATTACKED The many friends of :Mr. John Sep course the government la not likely This. remedy takes the strata off the
maadlng I Miami Rifles to store of Bnrdlne ft Quarterman for
.. to lose directly by this. process u
In ACHINESE REIELiAmateI'cam. bold. the wen known Tweltf street stomach by digesting what you eat aa4
add one and possibly two stales to the purpose of buying various article,
the order are written la carton duplicate
baker have extended him a glad
allowing to rest until It grows strong \ tagain. <
the above mentioned block the second mostly beads aad calico. Now It happened "
and the carbon la seat to
Aug. 17. Advice welcome home from a trip to the copy Kodol Dyspepsia Cure sEcede
floor to be rented or leased to the that-a youag' ,woman wearing' the who
'tram Batavla.'BrtUh West Indie, report 'I country of his nativity-Germany. Mr. paying postmaster compare quick and permanent relief from ladigestioa -
company for an armory.In a dainty bine,:*ecloaee was sitting It with the order presented before
an ugly outbreak: of the Achlneae Seybold, who returned last Friday money and aO stomach tronbUe.b.fld*
the proposition Mr Belcher said la the store a* they came In. Presently
attacked banding out the cote caned for.
rebels who tare the Dutch night left Miami about tour months up the system and so parties that disease
that the floor space would be UxSO one of the Indian made a beej n however, that good
e 'post,at Bamboo, killing t.o .officer ago to go abroad to visit relatives seem a tonal can not attack aa4 gala a foothold -
and twenty men. Only six men of the feet aad that he would supply and j j I line for the young womaa la question and friends whom he had not ..tea.lnee tore keeper have ben rather lax In u when te a weakened condition.
equip it with .all- necessary locker* aid much to her astonishment he ran of order for
and wounded. cashing money tragers
post escaped they were he came to America as a boy a The constantly Increasing use of KoJolDyipepsla
and other convenience seeded by ,his lager. over the necklace and asked number of years ago. He say that I and there hay. been a good maay Care by physician of hoe-

y EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. the company. what It waa. Oa receiving a very he enjoyed his trip Immensely and cases of order for tweaty-flve and ten how this most wonderful modern

Notice 1* hereby given that the next capt. Jaadoa think very favorableof unsatisfactory reply by gated long a* only one can who baa been away efty cent that have been raised to acorresponding discovery ha proven to be the

examination of teacher* 'will be held the proposition and win communicate and steadily Into the serious face of from boyhood surroundings sad familiar number of dollar '''...aat for the alleviation greatest of a

at the Public School building In Miami with the Adjutant General relative (I the wearer of the necklace. A clerk scenes for so long a time. He These have ben cashed by unsuspecting suffering humanity its many cures of

on Tuesday September 5. 1905. at toi accepting the haD In compliance I landing near wi'aessing the tableau is much Improved by the wine but store and saloon keepers and the both children sad adult. larc.rdaT
S o'clock a. m.Those with the term and condition Innocently! asked if he thought it was candidly admits that though his grafters have go'ten off with the difference.
by day. Sold by Biscayne
taking the examination win a. submitted by Mr. Belcher. It Is pretty. With a most genuine grunt of pleasures. while away cinld not Now Poannaster General Company.

It be required to furnish to the examiner necessary that the company vacate the disapproval that red akin replied have been greater that there was a Cnrtelyoq has sdrtaM a punched" out ,

n written endorsement' of rood moral present armory as soon as possible "Me na Ilkee-white squaw," and |constant longing for Miami and the money order like a hank: check thatIt

character from two responsible persons and unless this offer which Is said wheeled about. When the young woman sonny south of the new world. Mr. I I. hoped will >fr he raiser and Te Cure a Cold In One Day

: and to pay a fee of one dollar. to be most liberal I* accepted It will left the tore he wa deep In the I SeybolJ will now cettl down to business will tote the en" If there Is say.ln .I take Laxative Dromo Qt llin. Tablet...

R.E.IULL.Co. likely have no place t? lOU beauties of a basket of bead, ..,If'd. I I and erase to b. Mr Seybold. lle the Jepartrornt with the men ." Alt druggists refund the money If It

Supt. Public Instruction. J the third story Is buDt Mr. Belcherhas I leg that for hlch he dId! Ilkee-Indian Itoiiriif.I but plain John Sovbold.the who .*lthe marhlnes<< for punching ',!!> to core. E. W. Crove's slgna-

Miami Fla. Aug. 8. $b5. hopes of leasing It to the secret squaw. I|best baker In town. I the orders. I rut. I is on each box. ZZet




M! Japanese Fancy Bamboo Screens

(:; : New Goodsl New Idea&I) F Y'aYlli T. Thicye I



H.M.KINGUndertaker Mr., J. R. Campbell the .
known R. Eric Han
and Willis R. Flan
TOWN TOPICS. I dry goods merchant on Arenas D. were among the excursionlsa ;' The local labor orgaautloaa are pro-
and Embalmer has Just purchased a beautiful Schaeffer Beach' today, where they will to meet I,paring to celebrate Labor Day. which

1300 AVENUE D piano of the Bush Safford Piano |with th. trustees of tbe new snb-echoot fafls on Monday September /. TV r

Money to Joan. Merrttt Kolb. real Company. d district u well ss attend the ball program for the day has not yet ben

estate agents Miami, Fla. .tf Pcrwmal Attention Clm to At Cell. I game being played at that place this completed though It to said that file

'-* The new school building haring a afternoon between the Miami and exercises and ohs rvsac la general,

.v? Fredk 8. Morse returned from. Key ---- been completed at Arch Creek that j I[ Palm Beach teams. win b* the best ever held la Mlamt

| J j i l' i West Saturday where he had gone on Miss Mlle Blonnt of this city to We want to buy sereral hundred Institution of learning war
,"'t business In connection with his office. DOW In Bartow, the guest of her parts rashels of pa..... Hughes ft: Co. for the term this morning !In charge Mrs. 0. Duncan realer lad .or-.

ell Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blonnt Eight new fire hydrants for
of Miss Turner as teacher sad with Instsna- who have bro spending a few day

.. Mrs. Joe F. ChaUle and baby returned Mr. E. V. Blackman left Monday a good attendance.Mr. tins with the w.ter'a"t.m on thesouth with her elaterls la., hue brother at '!

Saturday night after a four Mr. W. L. Kemper well shortly be For New York aid points In Pennsylranla. side of the river atTired this
weeks visit with friends at Melrose the erection of a modern new I While Mr. TOarktna morning and will be erected at one*. Creek returned horn this JDOMoIDe
giho W. H. Challle to aad will keys this week for
na.I rn. on his lot corner of Twentieth win advert'". Miami and adjoining In receipt of This It to thought can be don within a
the announcement of the short nail with her brother and family. .
I M street sad Bricken arcane on the country. H. will remala north unto marriage oft :he next two days and If completed In
Mrs. G. D. Brossler to spending the south side. Norember. roasts Miss Grace Challis of OtweU. this time water win be feet the residents )lr. R. Hudson Burr at TaflahaeMr. -
lad, ....
Rer. J. C. Harmer
-week with her brother aad sister-in- pastor of of that part Saturday after
law. Mr. and Mrs.,E. a V. Burr. at II.... E. L. Eaton who was summoned Miss Anita Teahean left the First Baptist church at Narrows noon. s
Tuesday Vs The marriage J:. B. Thomson
Creek. J- i : by was solemnized oo the effldeat government
Itch to Naahrflle. Tenn th.toulllDea for her
.r home In "
JacksonrUIe. Yea' 1817 11.
of her mother sereral,.weeks Teahan has been the guest of ...ILn The ileun.'Rogers. contracting englaeer la charge of dad
:. want to b1i.i sereral hundred ago to expected home ..about th* first lid re. E. L. Burdlne on .btll... C alneeAprD rayon for the proposed drainage operations water Improvements being. made la

t bushels of guaras. Hughes Co. September. ,' tad has made many friends here A card. from. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. north aid west of the city bay at this place accompanied by Mrs.

who wish that she wen again visit Inthlsctty. Room states that ate and the commodore started oat Sunday to set stakes lad Thomson. will leave Saturday evening
A letter f'om.'Mr. Ud Xra. W. II.ardlu. Mrs. band Bran of tats. Fla are now at Graenport L. I, otherwise complete their work so thatprospective for Asheville N. C, where they was

wbo are now in Mobflejlla, attired In Miami last week and wfll be a s.! having a most enjoyable tact bidden might be able to spend the next .....nllI'Mb la rest

..;.. states tfiat they win retuda home the guest.of her daughter. Mrs! John Bradley* Ltrtflbes tae ne bss li on. They win return to Miami rutty estimate laUUbjeatly. It to understood sad recreation.

Cwtthln_ the next two. .weeks. Mailer on Tenth street and Arena rorsaleky J. i Lttaan Mittel la the fan' end again occupy their that thre weft known contractors ,

.. MA C. for the next four weeks. splendid horn on the south side. hare already signified their intention The tugs Three Friends ant Admiral >

salt la foreclosure. Cbu.J. Cra- Wa.w-l1 men m each State to of making tenders for thedredging. Dewey way lets por kbout the latter -
eta!n;; J. a Lantheretux and the
Mr. 0. W. Weybrecht a wen known
setts) tack signs While in Tropical Sua.
and dlstrflmto Jscksonvflle
samples on Monday part of the presen weekTfor the
Bernhelm Co
DlstlTHng Instituted
was -
umber' and tinsmith of West Palm
and circulars: of lug Bishop Kenny
oar goods. awarded the
Salary coo .
la the circuit court this morning.CM Beach has attired la Miami and way scene of the wrecked steamerAndaatoi
moo pr month ,100 per day tract for a magnificent new convent Miss Pearl Gardner
entertained a when they will set about the work of
likely make this Us home for the
for to be built for the
expenses. Kuhlmaa Sisters
Co. CepC B, St JoaephIII
Bndkrs fsrtfltosn'liar CDIB. eropa ext.few mouths &tJu bufldlng. Chicago. the State metropolis. The building'few friends st euchre Thursday night hauling her off the reef. Th Three

Lammas, Agate win f be located In Springfield and will at herb om* on Twelfth street: Th Friends was hauled out oa the south

I Mr. W. H. Johnston and little The coasting schooner Magnolia cost $30.000. The contract was awarded guests were chiefly the single members side marine railway yesterday morning

John DeBerry. warden of the county 'I daughter Cottle. are expected home sailed Saturday afternoon for Key to J. G. Halsam and he win begin of tbe troupe which presented to be placed a order for'the trip

.. conrlct camp took up ten prisoners Eli week. They hare been visiting West with sererat passengers and work without delay.-St. Augustine "CnJer Two Flags" this season and The Admiral Dewey was launched

Saturday night who will do road I In Georgia while Mr. Johnston made considerable freight In going downtie Record. 1 from the ssme ways yesterday, after
which 'lnrormal1ua
building In payment for breaches of a short trip to New Tort. bay the Magnolia went aground J has formally entertained rtcelriag a general orphanllng. The

t the law. at the different homes ,la a. wrecking barge Salror will also be
remained fast until high tide that '
( ,.. body of Mrs. Harry Scruggs. Miss Gardner who knows so weD how taken along to aid In the work on the
He and Mrs. W. W. Faria are expected night when she floated and proceeded who died
Mrs. John Noble U among the number her a few d.1a.&o st Hot to make such occasions: most Interesting wreck. TlmeeCnlon.Although .
home Friday after a six weeks on royage.
returning from points north. She Springs. Ark. passed tnroogh Jackson ; and
rUlt with members of the Farts family pleasant made Ian nfght's -
.arrired Saturday night from Jackson- T file last night en route to Miami i : affair one which will be Miami and vicinity hare
.t Anna Hi. They also made a short A letter from Mrs. W. C. Fogg. her old remembered
vale where she has been rlslting forsereral borne accompanied by her by those who attended. The been rutted la the few
weeka.Flossie. stay with their son In St Louia.Mr. who left Miami serersl months ago daughter SUs Genevieve Fleming.Mrs. PUt days by
to spend the summer norh.: says that was artistically decorated with some of the most rlrUaad terrtfla
and Mrs. Lapham. who hare occupied Scruggs left Miami about teada.a different flowers
and foliage whichgave
ihe and Mr. Fog at the time of the for electrical' storms la ttsh1atory. Information .
ago Springs for her
Mlas Corpew, baa returnedfrom the Leonard none on Ninth I It a beautiful rainbow effect
a, month'a racation at her home ttreet and Arenas B tor some time were In Boston baring beenthere Gealth. For yean ahe had been a sot This scheme war carried out especially from other places show that

In Melrose Fla. She' wm continue: morel Saturday Into one _of the DIDCOUaaea go to Mural New York days. From Boston they ferer from rheumatism and taough* on the dining table, the various this section Is not.the only one la th*

'*her position U clerk In the store ofm on lOth;:street" and boulerarl.Mrs. and Atlantic City, and and after Philadelphia.rlst tbe change of climate would Deaentint t I(colon grouped about the Urge punchbowl State that bar been. so effected u

IL Chame & Son.dynamite. .. her. )In. Scruggs had many tries)a I making a
la those dales for sereral weeks.they la very conspicuously many places! report tiniest eruptions
Jacksonville who win be
E. B. Howard and little surprised pretty shading. The noire well
win was
return to Virginia the
that 'it air and even damage the
to learn of her death. by
Aetna tad fxppOei Cor former residents of Miami >tare re- wen be at least October before they Times-Union. ,I covered' with dishes of nuts, candles,
electric currents. Old residents here,
a1I1I7'.ar1llAIeweJ1.. turned: here and will probably remain start for their home In this cakes with rainbow Icing a salad
city. Gate that the displays and heary
Frank Gantier. a well-known and 11 and Ice
permanently. Mr. Howard to now In course cream completing the I
Contractor Fred who will do popular Jacksonville 11 thunder bare been the greatest aad
Butter Tampa but will Join them here at an By referring to the professional commercial plenteous aDd wen arranged menu

the excavating for the extension Pof early date. ur,4llt way be seen that the new law man whose home to at Crescent City' During the evening each guest wart requested severest they hare ear known. At

the water works system on the south firm of Clark ft Knight hare located psssed through Palatka on SaturJa to furnish something In the times the sky would be brilliant with

aide of the rfrer., started a force oz Suits In foreclosure were filed this In Fort Pierce. This firm to composed on his way to the hospital fn St. Ant line of readings songs speeches etc. bolts of lightning darting from every

Ben to work this moraine clearing morning by Trances Frederick" ra. of BOIL Frank Clark Congressman sasses Mr. Gentler was badly cut aadotherwise 11 sad an.+njoyable. If Impromptu concert point of the compass and followed by
the ground alone the root of the ;extension painfully Injured end bruised was the result The
Augustus and Maggie Belied Mary from the First District, and D E.Knight evening thunder report deafening and shock
; for.the"tfgt'g*of the same. Martin and by K. A. and R. J. Chfltingworth a prominent young attorney as the result of being thrown out was heartily enjoyed by all. and the lag .m .....rttJ'. No reoorta' of serious

stretil* rs.Peter w. King and Ly Sea of Lake City. Mr. Clark who to new of a buggy la a runaway accident at tact that the electric lights failed damage hare been receired. thaneDell
At last Twelfth to front of Orlando, and his Injuries were so sever sad candles were substituted hare
IDag& his wife.Mrs. sojourning In Hot Springs wfll renal many trees been stmck and torn
,Harks restaurant and Cook's saloon, la Lake City and the office here wfll that be had to be lifted to and I added to the beauty of the gay to pieces. The captain of th* ketch
;:las been fined U with fresh crushed from the train end carriage when he Those present were )lr. and K..scenec.
R. B. McLendon left Saturdaymorning be In charge of )(Knight.. We wto* rigged yacht Iran states that Ught-
rock thus doing away wtth the":mud for Plant City where she the new siren every success.Their arrived here ft to thought hat his W. Murfltt Mr. sad Mrs. Eugene B. slag played an kind of ,nab abort

puddle and sluh that has'stood thereafter way Join her two children who left office to >In the RsoWrson bufldlng. Injuries are aU external and that they Rosette Misses Bessie Fuller, Ethel his boat Sunday night aad that persist

; every rain for.masy.monthsas two weeks previously for that destination Fort Pierce Tribune. are not serious. Mrs. Gsutier passed I Clancey. Willie Hahn. Irene Ju doss. bolts struck the masts hex passed elf

an eyesore to the public an4manae a and visit with relatives.and old through Palatka oa Tuesday oo her May Robinson. lame Welsh. X--. into the water without dome .......

... *. the ..etif .cputtttataa. Contractor J're4batter way to her Injured husband. Wednesday I W. & Mara Wes tape Harry CnV Many settees person fare had' their.inerres

,_ has succeeded evening Mr. aid Yet Gantier.I bertson ,. Osborae. Arthur r. badly<< thtckH. but otherwise
Mrs."Franklin fW"."*! Bush, who to from laying the Arenne D storm posted through Palatka on their wa rlTom IIcQah John 0&rdJa 8ee'ett.1 I I Miami .to son growing{ and pnshtncahead.
.rat sewer the river to within '
ttetnta.I -nutt L onehundred
set home.
: now in Wisconsin, to just recovering Palatka Newa. I Oilman and MeAnOffe. [ ;
r'L- ..._ Lot t.. ell sY1 feet of the terminus at the
t.1....., ,00& e from an attack of pneumonia. }in. intersection of Thirteenth streetbut .
Bush first suffered from two ,
owing to the
pipe running out it way
colds the third one proving too much .
.. .Mr.. and Met J. T Mont and soc. be a week or more before It can be .
t.. and developing IDto'panmODla..
W, hare returned to Miami after an absence completed as It way take that length ,

of about two Tears, which theban Dick Aughenbaugh. "better known of time for the pipe, which has been I Burdine &
ordered to reach here. In the
".; spent In different;Sparta .of ,theState among the )&Chtamea'u "CommodoreDick" meantime I
-mostly at TitnsriUe from the eateh'bastns wfll be bufltWSen.
has been told up for the past
which place they are now norlacbact | completed this sewer will carry I
week or more 1t'tth'a bad attack of inflamatory -
.to Miami ..4"where" they winmake off an of the water and deSrls. which
rheumatism la his left inn
heretofore has accumulated
their permanent home. and stood ,
and hand. Be to Improving however, la Arenue D and Intersecting streets>

and was able to be on the street below Twelfth '

Sam two Frets weeks who ago went with to the PhQad body ofDs lphla today. streeti.01 I Announce that they will have another, big sale Monday,

brother George who feD orerboardand many months past boatmen

was drowned forthe. man boat which The wss new Installed la gallon the pumping pump along the river tau bay hare experienced Aug. 21. This sale will consist of ladies' waists, shirt .

Quaker in the Miami Rlrer. returned station several months ago has been a great deal of trouble by parties

on Wetntsday..accompiafed by his In use for the past few days while stealing and committing other waist'suits and boys waists besides a number of other
tatter and grandfather who wffl remain depredations from and. aboard their ,
repairs, were being made to the old
here b4eb1te1T; pump which will continue to do service crafts. The latest offense was committed
I articles which in the list
until the water works improvements last night when some person, are following: Ladies'waists

Miss Lmiaa Cook, of Palm Beach. have been completed when or persons, went to the yard of Charlie i

Is tD. of the Misses McIntosh and threw in to the river that sell for 75 1.50 2.00 ?.50
guest Carrett the new pump win be put to work. I 3.00, 4.00 4.50 and $5
former residents of Miami but who fire wooden sawbones upon which he

hare, Bred though in now Palm'located Beach bere'porartfy. for sometime tem FOR SALt bands* floated and off repairs, and ebb boats.morning The "horses were' I L will be sold for just exactly one-half. There will be also

'JlIA Cook Is a student at pick'ed up floating In different parts I

Stetson Unlrerslty and as "there are Best pineapple slips la the county of the river and bay. Charlie. thoroughly on sale corsets, remnants, lawns, ginghams, and seer-
Car,load lots or lea Keystone Plan-
quite, a few Stetsonltes here she win mad over the act ana says that

.enjoy a doubly pleasant Ytolt talon Co. Delray. Fla the next time his premises are tar. rucker at correspondingly low prices. Note the date .

ed that some one way receive a load

Monty to loan on tmprertd property. of shot

G. B. Amsden Cocoanut afore or M. r-J-I'
For SaleGood
ft Price Miami.Mr. CUAVAS -,

Highest cash price paid for pam I 21
Er. SeweD has returned home delivered Monday August
Host at fliers packing house '
from extensive .....6 Lots located at'
an trip to Llthla ,
per :No crating no loss, aDd .
Springs Ca. St. Louis Rochester; a Dsa'a r... Md 11 cm tl good the sub before yon leave the house.Jas. .

three weeks stay at Eureka Spri ages track lead M rock roe Price Cornell the genet man. It

Ark. and other steps which he mad i $1500. Address For Rent Large light weave

while aw.,. Mr. Sewed returns mu : tilatej office: room In Hatches building Burdine & Quarterman Corner Ave. C 12th St. Miami
rested and benefltted by the pro bc! 1.1 S. G. Zimmennann. Twelfth ft ,
on street by Spiers Mer- ,
ed relief from business duties.
Miami, Florida der. *tf

7 .... ,.JOL ........' ..


with J. W. French and W. W. Black Fq,kt FERTILL'L"Uo. .
Official Proceedings of County Commissioners!mC'r II sureties ENGLISH GOODS

The following firearm bonds were Fort LauUedale farmer are busy

l,approved: putting oat sweet potatoes.
I W. II. CuFit J. H. HiOJl. B. Doane The sweet potato .crop of Pasco
The official proceeding of the DaJe T F Cochran. same ....... ... 1.00 August 3. It\) O. G. Masferl Ben Davis.. F. Wllllams. I county will be the largest ever grown

county commissioners, which met in T E Cheatham. same .......... I.OO I BoarJ met pursuant to adjournment. I F. W. Douglass. A. 11. Carey, -- Some Melbourne orange trees are la j
Miami August. 19Q5. are as fallows: W L Goodson. .sams........ ....... }.1.00 I PrtiKBt T. A. Riuflelt chairman Jno. John C. Bravo W. J Rodxers. E. B. I II I full bloom meaning a late crop oC I

Members present T. A. Wlnfield W J Wilson same Trx.v.:.-.,"...""'LOOA i Sewell. E. II. Dlmlck. M. R. Johns and I II Romfb. Ware Berry. Geo. P. Bull. J. BY THE MERCHANTSOf fruit from these tree next year. ,
chairman; John Sewett E. H. Dlmlck.M J Perry same .....,.. : 1.00 I E. G. T oedell; John Frohock. sheriff W Ives. A. )I. Bozeman. J. M. Key, I CHINESE I I Mr. N. C. Pike and his father-in-law. 4

R. Johns, ana E. G. TwedU. John M W Garrett. same .. ...... 1.00R and E C. Dearborn clerk. J. B. Brown R. L. Mills. J. Pejer- NAKINQ PROVINCE ORDERS W. M. Tyler have returned to Dual y

j Frohock. sheriff and E. C. Dearborn D Taylor. same . ... ..... 1.00 Petition of J. A. Alford for permit coo C. Pederson. H. C" Olsen. W. T. ISSUES TO SUPPRESS THE for' the season and started planting. t
clerk. Arthur Williams Inq. Lamar. 1.50 to sell liquors wines and beer In election Goode. J. R. Horne H. P. Gordle SAME AT ONCE. Canned pineapple are being shipped

The minutes of the last meetingj Arch Mace same .... ... 1.50 tiu.rlct No. 10 was received and John R. O'Neal. J W. Arnold. Vernon from Drlray some car going to ,

j were read and. approved. W W Prout. same .. ... .... .. 1-30 ordered a\trtlsed: Price-ll'llllams and G.V.. Kerflolff. Johnnon. North A Co. of New Tors. '

The following petitioners for saloon G L McDonald same. ...... .. 1.00 it is regularly ordered that the report County Judge and Tax Collector The Clearwater orange graves were

licenses baring being advertised according \\. C Farr. same .. ..... 1.00B of the committee on the Lake filed their joint report of licenses Issued : Shanghai Aug. 16. The Chinese never la better condition. Without

1 to law and no objections being S Potter same .. ... .. .. 1.00 Worth Drainage and Irrigation Systemas during the month of July, showing foreign hard has ordered Chop lit a serious backset the yield will b*
W. J. Wilson .. .. .. 1.00F heavier than for
Lied were granted: same made and filed this day be accepted 32.50 for the State aDd lieS for viceroy of Naklng. to make every effort many year .
J. W. Richbourg,.district No. 3; F.Egerton L. Moody same ... .. .. 1.00 and that the committee be the county. to suppress the boycott which Most pineapple grower Boynton
Z ft Co. district No. 3J. C. Lsuj O D Rodgers drainage W P B 750.00 'hereby instructed to advertise aa required The following justices of the Peace has been extended to English goods, are. preparing to Increase their acre

j tier district No. 3; Karl Zapf. district The following bills were approvedand I by law for bids for the work as filed their reports of fines forfeituresand hat are supposed to have been lu age. Doynton I* fast coming to the
No. 3; George Zapf. district No. 3. ordered paid out of the Road*pel fled by the committees report for cost for the month of July: R. J. toned Into China by American firms. front In raising pines.C.
1 Beach Club district No. 3 Fund: the construction of the westerly routeof Chllllngworth. Wm. Stuart Hill andA. The ChInese merchants= have asked IL Edwards baa some of the finest ,

.The following petitions for saloons : B F Carter road work . 1799.65 the main canal and It to further E. Heyser. county judge. the general chamber of commerce to abakka pineapple. They were grown ton
were received and ordered advertised I J. Frohock.. feed pris. rock pit 354.80 ordered that the Drainage Committee Tax Collector filed hla report of taxes assist them to suppress the movement his place south of White City ..
James Paulson district No. 7; A. B. I J. Frobock. moving camp to Ft. i be Instructed to have the line of canal collected during the month of July fearing that serious financial which: la proving to be excellently lo
Chapman district No. 10; C. H. Watson Lauderdale . .... .. 10.10 I and laterals properly staked so that showing 25.73' collected for the State. : trouble will follow. cated.
4 Co. district No. 10R; F. Las- Stranahan ft Co pay roll for prospective bidden on the construction and $98':: for the county and 3 poUa. : Much of he trade of Shanghai I Probably the largest bearing orange
aeter ft Co.. district No. 10; C S. road . :. .:. .. ... .... 239.05 1([ can locate the route and course County Treasurer filed his reportfor being transferred to flea TBln.wb.ere grove about Wabasso la owned by
Cook district No. 10. Frank T. Budge sup .... .... 465.43 of each line and It to further ordered the month of July showing the following -' the viceroy of Pechill has prohibitedand Frank Forster. It la handsome and.
The following bills were approvedand Paton Hicks sup . .... .355 that until further arrangements the balance on hand 'August 1st: prevented the boycott yields aa fine fruit aa any grove In the

ordered paid out of the general M W-Marshal tend bridge ... v30.00 members of the drainage committeebe General Fund .. . .. .... $1.666.07 state.
Board then to meet at 3 Mis Nellie Cow of Palm Beach..
fund: adjourned allowed as compensation for their Fine and Forfeiture Fund .. 519.48 CHINESE EASTERN RAILWAYThe
T J Haygood burring mule .. 3.00J o'clock. r services the sum of thirty (SO) dollars School Fund .... ...... ... 10L40h6ad I having finished shipping her pineapple-
H Olcott. charity .... ..._.. 6.00 Board met pursuant to adjournment month and necessary expenses Fund ... ......... ....eo 611.23 crop left for her usual summer's outIng .-
Frank Sanchez salary July .. SO.OO Commissioner Sewell was authorized :an Itemized expense account to be filed Came Warden Fund.._.. ... 03 Sub set Discussed by Peace Centmisslontr at her old home la Minneapolis.

J F DeBerry. salary July .... 60M to have Allapattah road repaired with the clerk of the Board each Interest and Sinking Fund .... 897.18 This Morning She has beet. very successful
John Frohock. salary July .... 60.00 u prayed for In petition signed! by J. month. Total .................... $4.795.43 The pineapple Industry about Wa
A. P. Gore. at. court. ...... .. 30.00A I Fultz and others and also to have one- Geo B. Baker filed treasurer's re- Portsmouth. Aug. 16. The Japanese basso to gradually being developed and
AU bids for blasting and loadingrock
P Gore salary July ........ 40.00 quarter of a mile of road bunt aa prayed at pit. spreading rock on road ceipt No. 112 for $200 on account -rf envoys after a trip through: the promise to be a decided success. Several -

J W Watson mdse for camp.. 5JO for In petition signed by T. J-Pltch- from Fort Lauderdale to De1ra,. and rock purchased= from county. rain reported at the. navy yard at thousand crates of splendid vegetables -
R S Flanagan board of Jury.. $5.00 ford and others said road to run west There being no further business the ':CO o'clock this morning. The Russian were shipped thia season.
rock road at Palm Beach
spreading on
LaSalle ft Stoneman legal advertising from southeast corner of Sec. %'1. ty. bard adjourned, to meet Tuesday, ep- commissioners came In a few About Danlf there to quite sa acreage
were opened
.... .... .. ...... 10.29 53. s. of r. 41. tember 5th. 1505.NATIONAL minutes later.It being planted la pineapples.
C W Bush attendance court. 22.50D Wi. W. SneU was granted permission Board then adjourned to meet at Is understood the subject considered Everyone did well on pine, bat tomatoes
2p.m. .. were almost a failure though
W loran, attendance court 30.00 to catch one manatee for ezhlbi- QUARANTINE today win be No. 7. relating to
John Frohock. court work .. 146.33 lon purposes. --. i August X 1905. 2 p. m. he cessation of the Chinese Eastern growers have not given op an hope
E A Graham game warden 3 mo 80.00 Paid freight bibs for hauling rockto Board met pursuant to adjournment.The : Railroad to China. and will plant a larger crop thaa ever

T A Wlnfleld. road work ...... 16.40 Stuart amounting to $544.40. were bid of Albert Johnson for haulIng Pcnsacela Beard of Health Adopts I this fall ant next spring.
ofubscriptions and spreading rock on road at Resolutions en the Subject E. T. King of Fort Lauderdale owner -
TiUie Baylor caring for sick received and credited on account NO DANGER IN FREIGHTDr.
negro ..... .. .... .. .....; 800 to'be raised by the people Palm Beach for 35 cents per cubic of dredge now at work say they
Wilson ft Flye oil for bridge.. 6.C5 of that place for road building. yard provided rock Is delivered at The Pensacola Board of Health has will open up for Immediate cultlvakm -
White Yellow
J. H. Tells Why
several thousand of rich
Walter Kitcnlng.. mdse for Hoe On motion. It was ordered that the county road was accepted provided adopted the following resolutions
Fever I. Not Transmitted by It black mock and prairie toad between
man. July ......, .. .. .... 8.00 Miami Military Company be given 30 he furnish bond In the sum of $500on which will be sent to various newspapers 7
I J Wells charity ..... .... 7.50 ,days notice to vacate the room in the or before Monday. August 7th; throughout the South for views Lantana and DeerfleU available for an
drugsjall 12.55 Jail building now being used by them Commissioner Johns voting against lasses of garden truck. .
Youngs' Pharmacy, i I and expressions: That there la no danger of yellow
II S Mishler. salary and sands S7.00 ,for armory purposes as additionalroom ,motion to award contract to Johnson -WTiereas The City of New Orleans fever being transmitted by freight is The advantage found In Florida for

G. A Hay. salary ............ 30.00 is peeded by the county for jail I On motion of Commissioner Tweed- das an epidemic of yellow fever and attested In the following letter from growing peaches and citrus fruits wUt

J F Hinton. salary ........... 40.00 cells. I I ell seconded by Commissioner Dlmlck. inch epidemic Is of a type and of such Dr. J. H. White Surgeon V. 8. P. and In time attract public attention sad
all bids blasting and loading rock end In oar becoming the largest producer
and sunds 68.10H Bills amounting to $1.47422 were for be to the health
W H Jenkins salary extent as to a menace M. II 8, In charge of the Government
C Hood insanlt,. B. Roberta %.00 ordered paid from he fine and forfeiture at pit were rejected. It being the de- of the United States; and Relief Measures In the Bute of Louslana. of any State la the Caloe

H. S. Miller same ........ .. 1.00 fund. The principal items were: clalon of a majority the board that "Whereas. There II reason to bellf'ye'that to Dr. F. Kohmke. president of perhaps of any section of similar siuin
E T "Williamson same........ 1.00 John Frohock. criminal prosecutions' the work could be done by the county [ said fever baa existed In New Orleans he New Orleans Board of Trade na- the world says a writer in the

P T Skates. Insanity I O Well 2.06H .732.90; Jno.Frohock feed prisoners cheaper than the lowest bid received since the latter part of May or Jer date of July 31st: Klsslmme Fort Myers Valley Press.FIENDISH Gazette.

C Budge same.. .......... 140 299.50; E. C Dearborn criminal for this work. The vote on this motion the early part of June and has been Dear Sir:-Referring to your letter.,
J E ............ 1.00 prosecution $11.41. and R. R. Taylor. was as follows: kept a secret for commercial= re&lOu" of the 29th. requesting my reasons for
W T Rice charity ....r..... 6.00 criminal prosecution.' $180.00. Ayes Wlnfleld. TweedeU and Dim- luring which time New Orleans has not considering It necessary to disinfect .

-"lIra Comeila. charity ._....... 6.00 Witness pa .rollaamounting to $109.0 .- lck. Kays-Sewell and Johns ermnted[ excursions to go abroad In- freight of any character. I have to often caused by sores ulcers and
)feu. Veomett. charity .,...... 6.00 for witnesses before the county The bid of Merritt ft Gillette for to the country and permitted excur- to say that these reasons fall under
Win. Mettle charity ...,..... C.OO court were approved and paid out of hauling and spreading the rock from .ilons to enter there eYeD aa late aa several heada."I cancers that eat away your skin. V'Bedell "
E H Dlmlck. road work. exp. 82.75 the fine and forfeiture fund. Fort Lauderdale to Delray for 47 cents the 17th of Jly. at which time the assume that everybody know of Flat Rock. Mlctui says: 1have
used Bucklln'a Arnica Salve for
: ,
M R Johns com'r'per, diem and Board then adjourned to meet Wednesday per cubic yard was sccpeted.. The I Fever was widespread la the city and the fact that yellow fever Is transmitted Ulcers. Sore sad Cancers. It to the-

.Blleage .... .. ... ........ 37.20 at 10 a. m. vote on this motion was as follows: no warning or Intimation given by the solely by the mosquito from I
best healing dressing I ever found.
E H Dlmlck same .... ....... 19.20 August. 2. 105. Ayes Sewell. Johns and Tweedell. authorities for the protection of aa In- one man to another man. We mast
Soothe and heal cat, burn aadscalds. -
T A WlnfleU same .......... '.%0 Board met pursuant to adjournment Nare-\\'ldeld. accent and unsuspecting public mak therefore consider whether or not oar 23c at an dram store Gain
John Sewell same .... ...... 6.00 present. T. A-Wlnflefd. chairman. Jno. ] Pursuant to recommendation made inC It possible and probable for the infection Infected mosquito to likely to become ateed.
E O TwedeO. same .... .... '.00 Sewell. E. H. Dlmlck. M. R. Johns I by the Grand Jury at the July Special to scatter over the entire country p Inhabitant or a passenger In freightrecto.
E C Dearborn. sal and annds.. 131.70 and E. G. Tweedell. John Frohock : term of Circuit: Court. It was ordered unexpected; aad"Whereas The particular maqubbtnumtting LION TAMER BADLY INJURED
Walter Kltchlag. goods to Hot sheriff and E. C Dearborn, clerk. that the evidence given before the The city of Pensacola this disease Is one of the

man. June .... .... .......... ..00 14 waa regularly ordered that the Grand Jury In the Davis case be typewritten has by rigid quarantine prevented the most easily destructible of these to- Memphis Aug. 1C. A special
Bands Bros battery for blasting 160 road running diagonally through the for the use of the coroner In advent of yellow fever la this locality sects, being killed *y a very alightpressure. from ClarkavUIe. Tena. says that

J W Ives, mdse ,for Jenkins.. 4.45 east 1-2 or southwest 1-4 of Sec. 7. making further Investigation of said I I For nearly a quarter of a enlary.with daring a circus performance last

R R Taylof salary July ...... 3U3 township S3 south range 43 east be case and It was further ordered that ,. the exception of one suspicions case la freight parcels of any sort r night the fight between a Uoa aad his
R J ChlUlngworth transportatlon abandoned and route changed: to run all legal expenses Incurred by the (I luring the general epidemic of yellowfever mosquito In a box would unquestionably trainer Charles Duncan. resulted bathe

for McClure .... ...... %.90 on east line of east 1-3 of southwest Sheriff In further Investigating the (I I in 1897. which was preventedFrom be caught and crushed during the trainer being badly b'tfea and thekit
TO 8 KM Inq C C Scott ...... 3.00 1-4 of section 7. tp. 63 south of range said case be paid by the county. spreading or gaining any foot- ostllng la transit. Again remember shoulder crushed. After die-
4 L W BurkhardU. roods for Ben- 42 east and that the said road as Board adjourned to meet Mondays I I I bold; therefore be It that freight package originate In barging a platol and using hot Iran 4

net .................:....*. 14.00 changed be and the same Is Hereby de- l0a.m "Resolved. That the Board of Health warehouse and factories and stores Xincaa t was rescued and removed to
C K Merrill attend on papers 2.M clared a public road. August 7.1905. of the city of Pensacola condemns IB which places are not a habitat of sick ae hospital where he to In a serious
Fin State Reform School main 3 37.50 Whereas. It appears that Dr. J. M. Board met pursuant to adjournment unmeasured terms. the conduct of the 1 people" and the Infected mosquito will condition.

M W Code blodhounds ........ 15.00 Munyon Is the owner of a certain Present. T. A. Wlnfleld.. chslrmanjno. heslth' authorities of New Orleans In I therefore not be found la such place ,
H M King,"burying pauper .... 65.00 frame building projecting on the rightof Sewell. 1:. H. Dlmlck. I(. R.,JohnsAndF. regard to this matter; and be It .-1t la a conceivable fact that a NEQRO BUSINESSS
Ceo. McDonald: road wort. '8.00 way heretofore granted by the said G. Tweedell. John Frohock. sheriff further mosquito from a sickroom might drift MEN IN SESSION
RE' Padgett, work at camp .... %%.00 Dr. Mnnyon to the Board of County and E. a Dearborn. Clerk. Resolved. That It Is the sense of Into tbe street, but the habit of this

Durham 'Ive*. same......... US27JO Commissioners, of Dade county, at the The following resolution was offeredby this board that the quarantine of all mosquito. In so doing la to seek the New York. Aug. 1C. Two hundred
Root Gllason. same ........... west end of said right of way. on the Commissioner TweedeU and seconded seaport towns should be under the first clean water to lay Its eggs and aegrop* opened the sixth annual see-
2620 shore of Lake Worth, located at Palm by Commissioner Johns: charge and control of the general government then die.
Ed .:............ lion of the Colored Business Men' "
Henry.Fuller. 'Julr salary ..... 20.00 Beach. Florida and Where, the Board of County Com- and be If farther It Is extTnrrly Improbable that st invention here Inlay the object of
R B Potter, at. paupers ..... 2.S* WberIt does not appear that tnlsitionerft. having considered the var "Resolved. That a copy of there resolutions mill lake up her abode In a place of he meeting being mutual benefits.
B F Carter road work ...... 17.10 said building win Interfere at this ious propositions bids and proposals : be sent to the Board of Trade business. (warehouse. or factory) rather tad to support Booker T. Washington.
John\V. Clark, workat camp 112.50 time. .with the convenience of landing of methods fo const met the rock road 'of various other cities asking their than to seek a congenial pool of
who baa been Its president since its
ri J W Iyes. mer. for amp "...... 41.10 from Lake Worth to .the said right of between Fort Lauderdale and Delay cooperation, and be sent to our representatives clean water to deposit her egg. In nee pt Ion, The opening address was

J G DnPnls.. drugs for camp .. 4J5 way, or to the ingress or egress thereon -andWhereas In Congress asking themto accordance with nature provision j> made by Professor Forne of the
Geo W Parks, mdse tor camp. 8.10 or thereto therefore be It the board has come to the do all In their power to obtain the Iwr case. board of aldermen A letter was received
LaSalle &: Stoneman. printing 18.36 Resolved. That In case said Dr. Man I conclusion that the Interests of thetaxpayers passage of a general quarantine law "Referring to more special case from Governor Hlggiaa. aid
):; does not of Dade county can best be the Congress of the Tailed States. commodities, such u coffee,
Geo. D Barnard Co. books .... 37.75 I you himself. or his assigns by namely addresses were made by a number of
Bowen Bros. Flgley MayjuneRltty 13.00 remove the said building and the .conserved by having the road construction I Chaa. H. BII... Mayor sugar and rice In bagging I have to prominent southern negroe

Bros, machine ..ork.... (7.05 Board of County Commissioners should \ done under the direction. the "Ex-oOcio Chairman of City Board of say not as a matter of opinion but

1 Marshall ft: Bruce Records... 30.70 desire to have the same done for the county commissioners therefore7be It Health Pensacola. of real I knowledge that such articles A TOUCHING STORY
t1 A E Heyser., sal and sun ...... 69.66 convenience of Ingress and egress to I Resolved that taetactlon of 'the "Passed August B, IH ." as these above will In the very handling -
I Ia the saving from death of the baby
r F B StoD mu. Inq. C E Darts .. UO and from said right of way the said I board aa taken la coasfteTrarTivor-t absolutely annihilate any man
8 A Belcher same.......... .... Board hereby agree to remove said ably the bid of Merritt ft Gillette, be TO COLLECT A MILLION quito which may have sought refuge girl of Ceo. A. Eyler. Cumberland. UKJ.
writes "At the of 11
He :
JG Cropland same .......... MO bunding at Its own expense from off and the same Is rescinded, and that all In the crevice of the bagftng. The age
months little gtrl was la declining: ,
E C Gaunt same ............ 1.40 said right of way; and place It upon bids offered for this work be. and the Buffalo. Aug. IS. Charles P. Norton weight and shifting' character of a our : IJM.alth"
J B McKenzie, same ........ '.40 posts or pillars adjacent to said erne are hereby rejected and be It chancellor of the University of bag of coffee or sugar la an absolute with serious Throat Trouble.
T E Cbeatham. same ?........ '.40 right of way; said posts or pillars further Buffalo baa started aa energetic campaign guarantee of the destruction of this I'sad two physlaa gave her up. We
almost In despair when we resolved
T Skaggs. same .............. 2.00 to be of equal strength of supported Resolved, that at the September today for the purpose of obtaining little Insect; the first time such a bag were
to Dr. Rial's New Discovery -
E W Pugh. same ............ 1.00P equally aa substantial aa those upon meeting of this board a county road at least half a million dollarsfor la thrown to the floor of a car or try .
for Coughs .
W R Bauer same ............ 6.60 which said building BOW rest*. provided superintendent be appointed aa provided the purpose of extending and Improving roughly handled on a truck. relief
Julius Smith books .:........ 1.40 further that said building shall by law and that the work of road the university. He really "There la no possible way la which Colds. The first bottle gave :
four bottles she
after was
Frank Sanchez, freight on outfit 10.50 not be moved at any time during the construction be proceeded with as hopes to collect a full minion but win yellow fever may be transmitted other *
Miami TeL Co. phone at JaB .. 7.7S tourist season so aa to Interfere with speedily aa possible under his directionand be satisfied If half that amount Is con than by the mosquito and freight can- cured and to now la perfect .health.1
LaSalle ft Stonemaa stationery ..50 the use and occupancy thereof. charge. tributed. The object of the movement I I not. under any circumstance, be Infected Never fall to relieve and cure a cough:

\ R S nana n.prop board .. 49.00 It was regularly ordered that the attorney It appearing that It wit be Impossible b Is to raise the nnlversl'y upon a higher I I la this way but only so for aa or cold. At all druggists; Me ant II
Trial free.
Stranahan ft Co. mdae ...... 42.64 for the Board be Instructed to, for the tax assessor to comp1eethe lever of efficiency and Improve Its It might become the residence olaa I guaranteed.
W D Home mdse Sanchez .... 434 make Investigation of the contract anagreement d I tax roll In the time allowed by character as an educational Institution. Infected monqulto. I believe I nave !
Ceo W KoseU moving camp .. between the farmer Boardof I this board at It. last regular meeting, shown with reasonable clearness that PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE

, Red Cross Phar. drugs. ..,... .95 County Commissioner and the City It Is therefore ordered that he be allowed I ,It I Is not likely to become the residence
RE McDonald, mdse ............31.10 of Miami or Its representatives, re- until the first Tuesday la September (BRITISH CHANNEL of any kind of mosquito much lens J, D. Runyaa. of ButlerrlU. O, toll
{ Miami Furniture Co, cot .... UO I gsrdlng the advance of money from I to complete said rolL I SQUADRON SAILS .the Infected mosquito. whose presence the peculiar disappearance of his painful
f' C B Robinson stenographer. 6S.9S the county funds for the pnropse o!t r The following bonds were received I Ii. business an.l manufacturing- symptom, of Indigestion and h'lt-
v. M J McDonald. Inq. C-C-Scott.. LOC, aiding In building the bridge ac rose I and approved: ** J JI 1 London: Aug. 15.-The British Channel I i tablUhments. wonM In the nature of Dr. King New IJfe PIUs,1'

Henry T V Law, same..... 1.00R I the Miami river and report thereon I Charles T.: Harper DOtarJ'P'tbIC'State : Squadron consisting of eleven bat thlncn. be a very remote contingency He says: "?hey are a perfect ref .o"'

G Lee, same ....n... ..... LOO I u soon as practicable. at Lance with X. C- Larson aset <1 I .j itlethlpa.. eight cruisers and a flotilla of -\\'", fumlica'e empty ears starting "'". h..:dlnille... sour stomach head

WafhToung. same ......... .. LOG The Board then adjourned to t A. ".. Freedlond u sureties: totre-to boat, sailed from Spithead from allY pots near In Infection la order ache runs'tpolloe, etc." Guaranteed

s J D Hinton Inq.'C C Scott .... 1-00 I Thursday at 10 a. m. T. A. Burton, constable. Dist No. 5.,J today bound for the Baltic Sea. a to km mosquitoes." tt all drug store, price 2k..r .




ers. In this city, on the vfm and energy
ABOUT THE METROPOLIS 'oflts proprietors which prompted. themto TRANS-MISSISSIPPI ''CITY OF WASHINGTON 1

....... WREGKERS
;. ..L .al get up this elegant illns rated edition

*|Tc) professions ; KEY WEST EDITION, of Key West. Key: West Adver COMMERCIAL CONGRESSI '

I w\ r I I $10.000

Was a Beauty. I j I | H_*
A Handsome Work. The Miami Metropolis' special edi- AT
J:? Offered by Captain of Steamer and
atar.oa: cSc wmje.ATTORNEYS The Miami Metropolis has Issued a lion of Key West was a beauty and :I'|| INTERESTING SESSION PANA I Was Promptly

AT LAW. no mistake.. It was a stroke of enterprise ; Paid-A Neat Sum For
"Key West EJltlon" which Is one of MA CANAL PRINCIPAL Each Boat
T IUD*r.nlm-lB all eonru.9UM..adF.demlee.cWlt.olllU..torF the handsomest works of the kind f>n the part of the publisher { SUBJECT I
( .rteettnc of the Metropolis unequaled by any j! FOR DISCUSSION. r
that has recently come to The Journar. Word has been received her
194.. Tttl.s.Oaoam. other Journal In the State. Manatee upon was IliMxxK the saute as pro-n.
14I$.!. Fla. exctauge table. Pensacola Record. 'i ate wreckers of the Ward line steamr .U..d by Capt. Mkhclstm to CMp'.io
P. T. SrAOGS. U. D.. ., I I II II .. CUr of Washier Capl. Robert Parker of the schooner Two Brother.
was agreed
Offle wttfe B4 C.eMb.rau7aesldeads Valuable Information. Asleep or Alive? Portland. Ore.. August It-The' jJUbt-Uoo. which went aground off mailer. upon as wrecking

1< re-1 The Key: West Edition of the Miami I of Trans- : But ten boats in
C fin Hornet acknowledges the were the deal and
corer Aw. West Edition Metropolis Is out and Is a very ered- I Mississippi Commercial Congress was nth lost., and which was Boated two the share M each win
xIA fT. FLORIDA. celr of a copy of the 'Key i amount to a
The fact that ibis [ .18). later have screed with the
of the Miami Metropolis. It Itable publication. opened here today with nearly three un- neat sum. This money Is said'to lie
QR. J. >M. JACKSOH, JK. Is full of valuable information that edition was the product of a concern thousand delegates In attendance. .Ivrwrlters' scent on the amount ofsalvage. Immediately available, and It will go

omCK: should' .deeply concern every Floridlan. located several hundred miles from Theodore B. \\11coi. of this city the and thai the case baa been Into circulation at aa opportune
: Key West In a town about one-fourth president of the settled oat of court. time.
his Congress called the
HOTSX. BISCAYXE BLOCK,Avx.DMIAML When Mr. Flagler gets railroad
FLORIDA. completed from the Magic City to the as large shows that either the Key meeting to order and after welcomingthe This was Jon at Key West where The City of Washington, aa parr

., Island City, doubtless Miami win become West newspapers are asleep or that delegates delivered. his annual address Iw steamer proceeded, for a survey only stated In the MeTopoll. was

r D L a z. CKI.I'ZJ., the coast metropolis of Florida the Metropolis Is very much alive. lie called special attention to mJ for the purpose of re-taklag uninjured ud after settling with the

-High Springs Hornet. Lakelandewa the Importance of this congress In aboard 'the cargo removed and carried wreckers and taking aboard her caret .

DENTIST. view of the building of the trans-is:h- there by the wrecking ves- fa. the Island City, preceded to

Otter U k.*a BiiUisr._ Twelltk Beyond Criticism. INSPECTION STILL SEVERE mlan canal and the establishment of ids .The amount of ulvag a treed I her destinations la ) .
I new relatlona between the t'nlted

'e FLOIBDA. The Miami Metropolis essayed to People Are Still Being Detained on Account States and the rot of the world. The I Q large for a period of four year,

ATIDIEOI.ATTORNEY, write np and Illustrate Key West In of Certificates.The mayor of the city, the president of the LEGAL PAPRS FILEDriTnrYYYYYYVYVYVVyxvyyX > dating from July IX IMS.
a special edition on July 31. and made I
Exposition and other prominent speaker Warranty dad F. E. C. R-y to Lla-
AT LAW. a most successful venture. From a also addressed the ale
delegate MOOQ
Reed for |4SO. lot .. block 25,
tpa&I _._a IS." ... mechanical standpoint the effort 1s beyond Inspection by the health officials The convention or congress a* It lacalled "' Clow'a addition West
..I........N Tn1 .w at all of the where the various Warranty deed Ben'Davis to Jots to Palm Beach..
criticism. Good'paper fine Ink points
x...., rvkUe U OSes.U via remain In session untilSaturday PetUt for $500. tots 1*. .11 sad IX Warranty deed. Frank Cobb and
uSee CewsU BsUdlag. and superior press work were utilized lines of railroad enter the State. U
and will undoubtedly be of
Pearson subdivision. wife to 8. W. Mstcalf for 1300. lot 34.
MIAMI FLORIDA by expert workmen to produce a paperof continuing to be severe. ,
,nansnsl Interest to the traaMIalssIpplaa Mary BriekelTa subdivision. seedo
From nearly'every train Warranty deed. Julias Smith to J:.
than ordinary attractiveness passengers
more region of the United State
11. 53. south
R. w. B. a8LVUTO off ewes not am. B. Thompson, for [1.00 and other valuable rang 42 east.
and the quality of the reading matter are put they are the .
'l D The Pacific trade win be chief Warranty deed. Ft. Dana LaadCo.
la In keeping with Its setting. The with the necessary certificate or evidence considerations, lot IX block la
of the the
topic Congress. Owing to
Miami to S. A. Bravo, for HSO. lot X
Pensaax dD 8ca BO.. prominent men and place In KeyWet of their not having been la a impending change in the geographical block 105. MlamLPUBLIC

Orrsca u MIAMI TaLaraoxa B'tM. are beautifully pictured by photogravure yellow fever Infected district for the possibilities of the Called States Inconsequence Bin of .... Clarence 8. Cook to i

and the fine thing said of the past ten day*. Dr. Porter ha received of the construction of Joseph apt lad Co, for $3440. an

... Boors. .p;a.' m. to 4.p. a.o. .Fu. seagirt city are told Interestingly and word from the Marine Hospital Service the Panama Canal this subject Is considered ih* stock astare. etc. at 40S 12th IS AROUSED

Judiciously. The publication Is a rather that the shipment of banana of the greatest importance street. M1aal.Warranty TIle padlle 1s aroused to a know

QILLESPIEENLOE,Dentist I novel and unique mode of throwing from New Orleans has been discontinued. win be discussed thoroughly. The deed Birdie .. sad FredS. ledge of the curative 1IM1'fea.of that

I bouquets at Key Wosty her sister question of demanding the establishment Dewey to Nathan .. Boyntoa and great medical tonic. Bectrte Bitten

eauA oFn.Ysaes.BOCaa r.B.: city on the mainland. Cocoa and of n Department of Mines and E. D. Clark for'}US. Iota I. .. .. 10. for sick stomach Over and kidney;
rrr.en 11 ay 1x!... News.A COTTON DAMAGED BY RAIN 11. 1%. 13 and II bock
wrries all1WJ. .{ Rockledge Mining, with ha head member of 1. Boyaton.Warraaty ,
agalBLdtCL air..._.......... a Mary 1L"alt""*, of tog $!. Clair A vet.Columtna. .
KII.KJ.I'LOBW.L: .the President's Cabinet, win also bedlac1an deed. Birdie .. sad Fred 0.. write: "For several

Superb Edition. In La", Rail of Central and Eastern Other subjects which win 8. Dewey to Nathan 8. Boyntoa and months. I was glees up to die. I had

U P. JU.anla, .. D. The Miami Metropolis gave Key Cotton etc I com' up are the Improvement of rlv- E. a Clark.for ':s. lot X block 1. fever" sal ague, my nerve were

somovthsatt.kiaE1 West a great "send-off" last week. It _____ .A ers and harbors the establishing of Boyntoa.Warraaty. wrecked: 1 could not sleep, and my

Omen: x.... D..-". l4 An.C Issued a superb special edition devoted Washington. Aug. IS. The weekly !a union of Interests between the Pacific deed. Ceo. 8. Rowley. et stomach was so weak, from useless

IioGh,.... .. .. to the attractiot aft* Industries crop reports of the weather bureau coast ports and the Gulf of ox to Nathan 8. Boynton and E. D.Clark doctor* drug, that I could not eat

at'DA'Vm. are. YL.NiYLoaw. of that Island city. It was profusely today summarizes the cotton conditions i)Mexico the merchant marine, the con- for |IS( lot 4. block Boyntoa. Soon after beginning to take Electric:

Illustrated and printed In the as follows: 'solar'senke.'. etc. Warmly deed. Cornelia and Bert L. Bitter. I obtained relic,. and la a

JOHN 8. TEXDUUCX, highest style of typographic art. Key During the past week a large part Among the prominent delegates attending Kapp to X. 8. Boyntoa and E. D. shon time I.... entirely cured.*

CIVIL ENGINEERAND West will receive the beneficial effect of the cen'ral and eastern port.ons the congress are the governors
SURVEYOR. of that publication for many years to of he cotton belt received from two i of California. Montana. colon-I I So cents

rout rablie tar Bute at Lui. r ftwluAttcntloB come aad It Is to be hoped that her to six Inches of rain which was reryinjurious. 1 do. New Mexico. \Vathtncton. Warranty deed Alice M. Gardnerand
lives Bob-DlvUiBfl Large Trocn :mln<<. Louisiana Utah and Idaho; The presentsof la the
their of caterpillars
I Olio over PootoOco citizens showed appreciation Cot'en has Improved in husband lo Dad. County State
FLORIDA. Hang Tu WaL representing the Chinese cotton la various sections of the
MIAMI. in substantial crop
It a very manner. northern Alabama and portions of die Rank fur fSIO. the acre of land in
: ('oD f'nIt. John Ward of NewYork I County Is eaualag consternation
Punta Gorda Herald. oa
sissippi. Louisiana and Texas but
M-cilon 27. tp. 45 _'Ja. 43
g( R1CHKOHD, other sections It has deteriorated.: 1.1 secretary of the American-Asia- east: also lot 4. block C aadl ota the part of the grower This has ad...
Deserve Congratulations. i tic A" J'latiOD. F. B. Tturber. president ,- ed to the recent heavy' rain, and that
REAL ESTATE. t and i. block 7. Boyntoa
| of the C. S. Export Allocation: cotton>> which baa opened within the
On Monday last the Miami Metropoils Has Stood The Test 25 Ytar '
aOtNTPERRINECaakT1.NDCoMP.Nt 'I i John W. Noble, of Warranty deed Model Land COL
formerly rreretary pest few days has bees badly' damagedby
The old. original GROVES Tameless
? TAT rTBLICSTATE < issued a special Key West edition j
to Mary A. Lyman. for .:s. lot t.
:the Interior Judge of Chi-
AT LA*' & thousands of copies of which Chill Tonic. You know what TtoGl : Lantana. the rain.-Gainesville Sun.
., and Chairman T. P. honts of the
JDTLKB. FLORIDA. have been sent to all parts of the are taklnk. It Is Iron ant quinine >
.I i Ipthmlan Canal Commission. All of Commission. State of Florida to
To Cur a Cold In One Day
country. Sixteen of the 21 pages a tasteless form. No CUt'P'.1IO pay. 5<
H. P. BRANNING/ them are expected to deliver addresses Chas T. Harper to be notary public
used for Illustrations
are and descriptions '
Anney" Gseirfr of the Interesting city on the BANANA FAMINE on some of the most Important subjects State at large for a period. of four take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All .

before the rears dating from August 5, INS.Commission. .
congress.It druggist refund the If It
_. tie Irfmact: reefs. An exceedingly attractive THREATENS CHICASO I money
Ate. its. .... ske'ch of the Island City by Miss I Is said that Duluth De Molnes. State of Florida to E. fall to cur. E. W. Grove' signs
RaasaavClty New Orleans and Salt F. Holmes to be public State tare I Ie each box. 23e
\Yest-Paim Beach :: Florid Adele Brassier tells in graceful language Chicago Aug. 15. With the ylslMe I notary oa
Lake City will make bids for the Congress ss
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a story of progress growth and supply of banana reduced more than
JAYZS T.8AHDXR8, development of what will coon be the half because of their restriction by I of 1906. A spirited contest between

ATTORNEY AND t southern terminus of the Florida the board of health of New Orleans the states representatives Is expected.of the respective Pomona Nurseries

COUNSELOR At LAW. East Coast Hallway that la simply the wholesale dealers here are predicting

wonderful With tEe Introduction of a famine In the fruit. Pries
Oesimofvlsl sad ...) XaUftt Low. Afrat lotOmeas
rMlft.a4 D.p .k o..w__... the railway It la easy to see that Key are about double what they werea INVESTIGATING THE Those wanting orange

ta WATSM !poet. Lock Boa pyftyll West Is destined to become perhaps month ago and the demand U far COTTON LEAKAGE .r'

FLORIDA. the greatest seaport la the entire greater than the supply. Washington. Aug. IS. Toe grand and Grapefruit TREES

MITCHELL D. PRICE South The publisher of the Metropolis Jury of the Supreme Court of the District ..
are to be congratulated their The Only) Way. I
on : of Columbia today resumed Its and those contemplating planting grove ia the tatare. thonldlavestl-
Attorney at Law and Solicitor enterprise la Introducing to the world There U no way to maintain the
Investigation Into the leakage la the rate our stock. We are now booking order. for present
,. ia so thorough the health and streangth' of mind and : "
in Chancery. a manner new competitor cotton crop reports of the Departmentof and future planting and are offering'
for supremacy' In the shipping body except by nourishment There
ost .......1114 ItUJI1. FU Agriculture.
world. The extension of the Florida Is no way to nourish except throughthe the /best stock ol tree ever grown ta Ddt County high I
East Coast Railway coincident with stomach. The stomach must be
W. C. MAYNARD, and hammOCklandS. We Invite riot
high layer to
the finilding of the Panama Canal will kept healthy, pure and sweet or the Looisvile&NasIivilleR.R.| pme

mean more to Miami and Key West strength will let down and disease. our u,tries od cnmmc the tret*. We hire ail the leading -

than the residents of tSose cities have win set In. No appetite. loss of
of MId
sad bet varieties Orange Grapefruit Tree
ever dreamed. Tallahassee Capital. strength .nervousnes*. headache constipation Yer) Low Rate RonnJ Trip
+ bad breath soar risings rift Budded oa either Sour Orange or Rough Lemoa Roots

+. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Will Inure GNat Benefit lug Indigestion dyspepsia an.! all stomach Summer Tourist Tickets.On .
trouble that are curable are Nurseries located ia section 3. :2 mile west of Miami oa rock road.
are Perfect great nttiac&oomfort., easy With weariac oar dae exten*. The Key West edition of the,Miami quickly cured by the use of Kodol sale daily to various resort also near Little River aad Fnlford. By securing tree from home

pirate/ sad larg expeneaoetb.r.Ii Metropolis of the 31st nit. 24 pages Dyspepsia Cure. Kodol digests what North and West limited to October nurseries JOB take no risk of importing-WHITE FLY O( other insect .
xo rues work. Pneea ..... U calculated to'inure greatly to tae yon eat and strengthens the whole 31st to return including disease This is aa important matter which should not be overlooked." ,
ooable. We repair Watenea Cloeka.Jewtrlj benefit the illustrated with price and of varieties
of Coming City of the Large catalog description
and Spectacle. A portion of South. digestive apparatus. Bold by Biscayne .. M"Mae .........Ii.. mailed free on application.
It U printed on fine book St
ycur trade wed for. Located oa At- paper Drug Co. Pad Dearer, Cl raw.
saw D betvnea Uth ..411\1a 8U. fun of clear cut engraving, and Sprats Pa MCxtrtmhi .
W. C. MAYKARD, replete with much valuable. Informa ROSS SELLS DREDGES The Griff ing Bros. Co.
Jew.loraa4 (... sw Osddaa tion. law rate U rUaa4Orc. .

Our light has ben hid under a bushel Account Louis & Clark Exposition Local O/fictti Unit Rim and M; mJ FlorU
for many generations but as "enr) Capt. R. G. Ross, of this city bat : also to San Francisco and I

inrnrr.wWi thing comes to him who wait.."*It sold two dredges to the Florida East Los Angeles !

appears now that through the rim and Coast Railway Company. One la named I .ICOOOO.
ONLY LINE operating through
energy of H. M. Flagler. owner of the the Oyama. being 62 feet long. 22 from Florida to
w rut acTuRNta.I. sleepers Chicago. i
.v.a.raae..ret.o.rsda.a.uTI Florida East Coast Railway, we are feet wide and 5 feet deep and having
...... ..-aT._-.__--.. ONLY LINE
--w a..ewv.r M.ra.asamty about to get our Innings There an two bollers4 100-horse and the other through
.r D'.JA1Y.EJ: : :
err tddlr. v sleepers from Florida to SL Louis )
be no question aa to this Island of :5,- 10-horepower. also a swinging and
'--... ......r with Dining Car Service. I
..r -.........-'sae..iso 000 Inhabitants being a land of per- lifting engine one cutter engine one
.Lta.e.T.. .....
0.....,.. u. .. Otr' petual summer cooler In summer pumping engine and pipe pontoonsan- t1IroU i Tarbt Sleepers to war nIi I !
.AaMlIIOTOt& 0. 0. than any part of the State and warmer chars hawsers tools etc. Ire,ledaIDG> QaIr fats t

la winter. A* soon aa Mr. Flagler The other dredge U named Mikado finest Dhfakj [ear Senlce h (rile Sort ti i Is ranidlj going to the front as the l fcad-

commenced long ago to extend his being 100 feet long 34 feet wide*hl .
0-SWIFT&& : Florida.
in South
Ask for tickets via the L. & N. ing city Everybodyis
railroad from St. Augustine south we t feet deep with a swinging drum
tl predicted that his Intention was to engine, one 1:$ locomo:ire boiler one For rate and schedules toanr going to Miami. Now is the time to
point or West and for
come to this city If he lived and his triple dram hoisting engine, all anchors : Reservation call on or write secure a choice location either for bus iI

money held out. Being a multi-mil- and other equlppmc-nt. The I
KILLTltI COUCH 4-.EO.C. HERRING.FU. ness or residence. Choice locations in .
Ilonalre. developer and Improver It price paid for the two dredges was not Pa**. sea L. )i. n R.
III CURE TMI LUNC8 has Seen his hobby to benefit his fellow I made public.-Jacksonville Metropolis. *M W. Bay turm Jack_. .. -nd& I r the city for sale by : : : : : : :

creatures, and he has done and o

wmiDr.King'sNew 1* still doing It nobly. A man of i Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's

quieCnnasunmlng manners he has contributed I FORT DALLAS LAND 'CO.

wonderfully to the development -

DiscoveryFOR of the resources and makfng OOOOOCXXXXXOOOOOOOOOCOOOCX3XXXXOOOOOOOOO: : ( : : :>

Mel known the climatic advantages of the

Olso.mol t0eat.00 Sate of Florida. lay his shadow Call on Or
Free Trial. |never grow less. TCZZ2T3. nc.Y.: :'. =:: =-T:.IibTiA2.S
Chill! Tonic
Surest and Quickest Cure for all I The Advertiser extends its conaratutatlocs ; Tasteless A eat. Fort Vice-Pre. Fort Dallas
THROAT and X.TTVO TEOUBliS to the Miami Dally Metropolis Dallas Land Co. Miami. Fla. Land Co.. St. .1ngu.tine Fla
or X031 T BAOC.
'- (which has a large number of sulscrib- .No-Cure-No-Pay. so cents. I rre JOOOOOOC





Washington.( D. C. Aug. 12.-It lootsvery I A i
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Of OUR PROGRESSIVE CITY much as though the stand pat. I York. August Predictions Collar and cuff are sometime I Below will b* found with a fw pct \
to be forced at the
ters were going
for the autumn styles are many and trimmeJ with the ever popular bro- I sibl change* and the addition of other J!

J coming session of Concre** to take ruled Cashmere Is among the ma- derie Anglais which to especially effective I names a fae aimlli of the official bal- .

their front ftc, out of the trough and tvrlal which sad be worn this f.AUVol on the suits of the small boy lot to be used ID the primary election l'

consent to a scaling ] there ant rumor that the threepiece Just out of babyhood
." When It Was Incorporated The Officers Who Have Served Length) Tuesday. August IS. **
Guiles In line with the sentiment of costume consisting of skirt. very pretty suits are la a
than coat and bodice will be the | la-aurking into ballot.*hca yon go G* !
thing narrow strip of white and blue
of Terms And Why Some of Them At Least cocairie that have to do business
for those who wish to be In tb. swim j whit aad rd with playa white collar to 'I'0le. you will be required by the

Should Be Re-Elected with the Veiled States and with the Bodices of the same material as be. trliam.J with narrow stitch] election lawn to plate aa "s" to the -,.'

ci:lea of the United States who are skirt do not em to be very popular ': hands of the color sad a scare of the left of the name of each taadfdat. or

suffering now from the monopolies with the gentler sex so Dame FashIon '| same. number
A of candidate to lie voted for. t
that haft grown up under protection.: has decreed that they shall be I Dark blue mad white mohair are also
In the primary election to be held ability, without compensation and are mostly of lace with louche of the material I male np In Russian bloas. suit sad You may tote for bat ODe person oath
The wave of reciprocity has spreadall
next Tuesday August 22. for Ute nomination again offering their continued services here and there. j are Incised la a variety of ways; ticket or yon may vote for any

of muntcpal officers$, all are at the same price. over the West and the farmer The latest fad In the ever popular with white or light' blue braid goldba'too number so long,as you do not mark

aware of the fact that a large proportion A* previously stated, and as I* wenknown wUh .a, big crop of wheat In front of linen la saffron color which U very *. 'etc. Th. smartest suits of nice names than there are candidate

of the voter are newly registered nine aldermen Instead of seven him and the cattleman with steers to handsome on a green lawn but has j mohair are of one rotor with no trimming to be nominated la other tArda
to be elected this and In addition > yo t
who year
one of them belnc young men sell and export does not look forward one dUadvaatage' that of being eonplcioua. except stitching Sal big pearl
to the or old council taD vote for oa. mayor.Bin atlennen.
hare lived here for a number of yean button ESTELLE CLAIRMONT.
and Just become of age while other there are twelve other Candida'e for with any satisfaction to a discriminating tar* members of board of public "
An attractive lad novel costume for
are those who have recently moved aldermanlc honors. AH are good men. tariff against him in the German the early fall days U made of crepede I I FROM PANAMA work. one marshal one clerk ODe tax

ton his city and who are not familiar who. no doubt would honestly discharge uu -ket that will put his wheat ...A.or. atv"
chine of a soft pastel pink shade one treasurer, on. city ,
with the to who the city official the duties of the office If elected under of cent busaci
fact a* handicap .47 a "
I!comblnrd wi'h white and trimmed How Justice I* Oisen4 ad New turner aa4 one municipal Judg ,
lure been during the progress of but a* the dty has just'received as compared with seven other European -
duties of the with heavy lace. The tendency of Served In Canal Zen*. Doal vote for a greater number of 1t
M1amL To them the following data Its new charter and the conatne* and double the tariff
Is toward the effect
t summed up to the present time, win office of alderman under the provisions against him on meat products. It is some trimmings costumes being trimmed narrow with candidate than stated above aa4 ..

prove Interesting and enlighten them of the charier will be of vital Import. of course known thM Germany baa Mils of lace ovef'bpplqcli. other Th Metropolis ta receipt of a don place your "x* to the right of
on the situation and Issue now confronting ante to the city it wonU seem that negotiated a tariff with seven other A material fur dinner copy of The Ia4epeadat" a Den th* aao>.. Place U to ta* left aa.1
with paper published at Colon. Republic< of
men acquainted experienced: .
the I countries la Europe containing the and party gown la voousseline In your ballot will b* correct and pus

The first train was ran into Miami ,such duties, should be retained in most favored nation clause and that ..bJte.... pale colors. One gown was for Panama the original which High to a trcOtahJ rival ;the official canvas

In April 18i6. and on July 28. of ue errice. she had denounced the treaty wiih made quite plain with a deep hem Springs Hornet ,
aaJ from which
ta foUowoInr
ame year ..clttoen committee con- EXPLAINS us which win expire la consequence above which were embroidered bunches '

I stating of the registered voters of the OR. FIN LEY la March. IMC. Of course Germanyhas of flower Interesting new Item: ,

territory" now known u the city of a right to frame her tariff to suit The moat consplclons' thing In the

Miami held a meeting for the purpose Why Havana Continue to Quarantine herself Just aa we have but It la one evening bodices of the season U their A Mystsrlsoe C***. City Frimarr election l Miami.Flori ,
Oa Thursday th. XTta lost. a IT Angus tt 1TMA. Mat a evu.X *
I 0(Incorporating: a city. This meeting Against Tampa and Mobile.Explaining : thing for us to exercise that light and extreme simplicity u compared with year old boy the son of Mr. Samuel ( ) be,.. ,.. ...* et the Candida-

;, was organized by making JOB. A. Mc and another to find It exercised agalnat those of previous ,,gone. The lines of your (hole*.
I Donald chairman H. J. Burkhardf us by Germany. It la jut Parker aa employ at CrtotbaL paW ,
: posj j of the figure are followed more ck *-
Havana still continues I himself off la a boat at Cocot
'secretary, and J. B. Mclntyre. aaslst- why dole that this. situation along with I I ly the blouse effect' having almost entirely I FOR XATOR
to quarantine against Tampa and 1'p: to a late hour the MOM erring,
ant aecre< : the Chinese of American good
ary boycott This- of Vote for one
Mobile the Post, of that city in an Interview disappeared. vagary h* did not return. His father assisted .
It was then moved and unanimously which cuts u* off from two big; export fashion U making it .somewhat for
with Dr. Carlo J. Flnley by a few fri ada. have been a* far aa CJB.LS.U.OAJlTBSIDE T"
carried to incorporate and organize markets may have some effect on the he modlstr aa It to not aa easy mat.ter .
chief sanitary officerof Havana says: Mladl and Otroado and no true of JOUX tilt WELL
a city government wiih territorial limit high protectionist who have turned severely simple I
"No foundation Is to be had for the to make a gown him nor the boat had ten mad
which wa done with the following down several very decent reeripro- In I's lines and yet concealing the detects
given by a newspaper When eutenag the boot no paddi
result: encouragement city treaties to the Senate tin of the and aeeentuattngIts ._ FOR ALDERMEN
yesterday to the effect that the quarantine ere of any sort was taken by tiim. Oa Saturday
Major J. B. Reilly. something happened to shake them good points. I Vot for Bin*
Mobile and Tampa would y>. was JUco'ered oa the .
l -- --- - -
M. Granam. their self thathad
Clerk- out of complacency form the sleeve of the
lined within few days In spot wher. the boy had been seen to M.B.AULTJUY
probablybe .
Marshal Y. F. Cray. led to the reJ.dJOD of the previous evening boillres made It mart t>..1 I _

.Alderman :- W. M. Brown tX Cog In order to verify the report publishedIn trestles It look very much smalL ;It may tx a puff'or a bit of t""lt. U.CUAILLX

r grove,.r. 8. J orae. J McDonald.. another paper, a representative of as ;though the time were at hand lace or be separate from the shoulder I TU04.E.CUEATUAX
Fin- Polk Court Nrwm.
W. S., Graham. E. L. Brady and F.J' he Post called on Health Officer when he could make this move .fnl ..
Ie,... the discoverer ot the mosquito strap.A The following are name of the offenses HI DOR COVEY .
T. Budge., the chance are that he will do It.
theory and was assured that the present very graceful style of dress for for arrest pualaluaeat Imposed an
At the first meeting of the council G. CROSLASD
the Cuban authorities could those who can wear It rffrc;lvely U newspaper reports of ,IB* proceedings
held August 18. 1896. It was decided time time China Is
i In the mean protesting
t tuckedor J. 8. FREDERICK
: safely lift the quarantine fromany the princess. The material Is of the municipal court of Colon: e
and agreed that four members serve Dot that. she docs not know what a
Gulf ,shirred around the waist line This kneels! priBt.washerwomaaJhrow F. W. UAU
of the ports.
? for, a term of two yean and three boycott Is and that there Is no protest look ,
In what style requires a certain pose to lag water la the streets 1 day*.
for 'one',year each the term of tO 'Asked by Up! post man way against goods In China. The there I J. L LUIUIC$
that well but if property worn Qvrlyn Wathern. demented; sent
endangered now
aldermen thereafter to be two years wa Havana tell
+ za : advice to lie State Department
charming. .. to Panama. W.ll. MelSTTRE: ,
the disease. Dr. Fin- nothing more
roar elected three Tampa Is free of The .. one year and a different story entirely. boy.
the next." alternately. lay stated that Tampa ha a verj cott against American good whlcn One very beautiful yet seemingly Mary Gordon, washerwoman. injuries T. V. MOORE
I immune population and the fact simple bodice was made of Ivory ; 4 days. .
November, t 1897 J. B. Reniy wa large started In Shanghai 1* spreading rapidly Pars .. OUH.A.MCLLE21
Anna washerwoman drunk.
that no feVer is breaking out now Is tripe chiffon satin with Jewelled r.
again elected mayor with J. A. McDonald evidence that yellow fever mosquitoes and the government could do a* the sole trimming. Thee injuries and disrespect of the Vigilant C. H. XACLKRSOX ,
DO control It If It wanted to
F.'T. Bu J. E. Lummus no'hlng to
are not flying about As this variety lfoa satin was put oa quit plain of Police; IS daya JOHN L JUILLY
L and Walter s. Graham a* aldermen. of mosquito only bites once every which Is very doubtfuL It t* on the and made with a pointed front It I Samuel Jam*. fisbcrmaa. falling to .
the which
October IV 1898. J. B. Reilly wa other hand using panic tax and threatening to strike A. E.SELTZER
? three days, it I* possible that they maf American fastened down the middle of the beet pay a

.. elected mayor, and J. & Frederick. bite no one but immunefor several been thrown Into ot E'Jporterato : The seam down the middle of the the collector 10 days. I II J.O.TCCEESy*
force the framing a new treaty .
F.W Hahn and T. N. Ganfler were weeks, but at the end of that time. of China front wu stitched with three Urge I Mariana MeKlery. and JoI.rfD&.uo. P.CLLEADORF
the immigration
chosen aldermen, ., may bite a non-lmmua and a ease of' that will put graduated bowknotf of rhinestones ton ,,la. washerwomen, scandal. ; S day
t to this country on a very much
October 21. 2899 J. B? Redly wa yellow fever will at pace be caused.fttygomyia men more liberal basis. a foundation of tulle. The decolle- ,oach. F. II. WHARTOX

f elected mayor for the four.n time la Long-Uvtd. tale was trimmed with bowknots of .J.I. WILSON

", and''. A. McDonald J. E.:' Lummn. 'In reply to question a* to the he aame style on a band of shirred For Dr. Whl r.A .

,} ,8.. L. Patterson and B. C. Budge were !average llf\of the yellow fever varietyof At the ame time the Treasury Department tulle and It wa also edged with a man that bad been working. with. FOR COMIIUSIOXKJU OF PUBLIC

,. made aldermen; nosqaltA Dr. Flnley state* that it has Just received newsfrom ruffle of cream colored toe. Over the the. Fumigation party had UO due WORKS.
.' Buffalo of a most Important capture shaped flounce of him. H* weal to .the Pay Car oa
October D.lIoo.1. E. Lammus snot wa about'aIxtJ' days although he ha bodice .u. You for three

ceded ReID,. a* mayor and F. W. succeeded In keeping them alive in a of smuggled -Chinese near that cream colored lace quite long la the Friday and applied<< tie amount and

r:. Hahn Jadg A.E., Heyser and R. J. gnus tube a*:long aa four or five point It"has known for year that back and caught up on each aide. wa. told that h* must be Identified R B.EIN1O
lake .
ti. Kathera-.ere elected aldermen. month He says that la his experiments Chinese were run ,acrosshe Girdles are getting smaller. Sometimes by the foreman of the gang with which C.D.LE7FLER
,; r and landed Dear Buffalo that being h .
i had bees working.He .
ha caused case of yellow of the bodice or
he a
they part
4. 1901. J. E. Lammaswa are
November ;
of the favorite for that 01:0.: A. )I.KIY Oc.
one pointy accordingly' looked the foreman
reelected mayor with J. B. Reilly' fever to develop by allowing a mosquito are replaced by sashes and ribbon ap
f sort of Illicit traffic.Bat lad Saturday but he (the foreman) refused to
after the
8. L.'Patterson J. 8. Frederick and to bIe. persow sixty days belts with smart little bows IB
alJennen. becoming Infected with the poison by night It caught the smuggler re I back. When the belt to separate It Identify aim nalca a* agreed to give W.W.PROUTM.J.RYAX .
Mrs Budge M handed In the act and not only win him fLOO out of the already small
fever patient The material to
i biting a yellow must be ot a contrasting
c. November 2. 1102 J. E. Lummus began the crew of Chinese and Roumanian amount that would be coming to him
mosquito only becomes harmless ,at that of the bodice. Generally It la ..
his third term a* and r*. be back
mayor that he was smuggling turned B
death. Thus you can see.* explainedtie son material made three inches eventually agreed and was rpaldoa K n. WILtIOY
Wes Hahn,:J. 1.. Wilson and F.- H. but hi* boat and launch wer. *'confiscated some aiaIdatlacaUoa. .
doctor that'there really exist. wide la front and one Inch la the back J. F. WOODWOHTH I'c.L.XUU
r W&arun became aldermen. I and there Is a long term ba pr1aoa. The foreman, becoming ashamed or
danger of infecting: ;;this city, sixty to where It to finished by a-bow consisting
November 1I0a. tuba Sewell wa staring him la ,the face. The timid did not accept the .cloltar. but IES,,
< ninety,day after the fever ha disappeared aa a rule of two upright ends
f 4 -elected JD.1otwtth, J.-'B. Reilly.: J. I Chinese government aa. declared that accepted 7J cents.
owing to the' possibility., Inplaces with two longer one haagtag below '
v ,& ,Frederick, J. ,E. ,Lummus and A. the stories of Chinese smuggling Is this permissible! M CITY CLERK
I forFOR
like Tampa for mosquitoes to the belt.
E.. Seltzer a* aldermen. acros the border were fictions and Vow "V .
If! bite Immune for n long time and laterto In for his share of
I October 31.WUohn SeweD wa reelected this Baby come
non-immune.' tbe11 Chinamen entering KEXILWORTH AUTO. RACE. r. WAMAS
mayor and F. W. Hahn. J. Lf attack a country were those coming through fashion's attention this year. ills e s .- -

Wilson and F. H. Wharton were elected Patterns After New York. these clothes are no 'longer the elaborate. liE!!., JL KELLUM j
the regular ports and were B.<<.to. N. T.. August IS.-The usual -+
.'But there Is still another reason." twfrilled and beruffled confections of
subjected to great indignations. antomodll rare meeting at thKenllworth FUR CITY TAX ASSESSOR
perusal'of these fact it will continued Dr. Flnley, "why we can not Just possible that (hejtreaent capture former seasons but In their simplicity track, under die auspice Vet fur one

f Be observed that Hon. J. B. Reffly., lift the quarantine from the Gulf port will have something td do with the and fineness of quality are far more of the Automobll Racing Araodaikta

served the city four :year u mayor, ;' soon. This is because New York ha attitude of this government, when silted at'ractlve What Is lacking In trimming opened here today. Many famous motorists J. F.: J AC DUX

J. E. Lummus* three :year, and that quarantined against all Gulf ports to sign a tralj providing for the to made up in quality of good like Earl Kal er. Webb Jay.

Hon. John Sewell 1* now closing hi* sooth of Savannah. Ga. Havana certain freer admission of Chinese on be and careful workmanship. Baby'sdreKM Chevrolet and others arc her and the FOR CITY MiRdlJAt

second term as such executive.: !-r can not be any..lea careful than Pacific slope._ 4 must be of the finest material outcome of (h. race to hatched withrest You*for cue

.t' It will also be observed that twelve New York. There Is little likelihood and trimming must be applied by [ Interest by racing enthusiast R. B. FLAXAOAXFRAXK

c of the men who have served the city then, for quarantine at Havana to There has ben a good deal of rumpus ] hand. all over the country. B. I1ARDEE

t of Miami well and faithfully. a* aldermen be lifted aa long a* New York consider over the Weather Bureau of late I A simple and piety dress to of fine I

f ,. have retired; from official! life It necessary to take such step and the stories of corruption and white lingerie stuff with ayoke of LOO AN IPO RT FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE

r via; W. M. Brown D. Coagrove. F. If Havana should be less careful than .grafting were current on a par with band:ma tucks; the only trimming being FIRSTCHAUTAUQUA.. Vet. for ODe

; '8. Morse, Joseph McDonald. Walter New York and'a case should occur' Bills, raleacienne lace at the
I those circulated about the Agricultural : O. A.GRAVE
8*.,Graham E. L. Brady. F.T.Bndge here the Cuban authorities would be Department and the J Geological throat and wris's Joined to the material Logaaaport. lad, August IS.-Th*

A. E. Heyser.. R. J. 'Kath ra. T. ,N. severely critlctetd.' Cuba will hardly Sune,.. Chief Moore of the Weather by narow. beading. first Logansport Chaatanqna. under WM.8TUARTU1LLJAME3T.8AXDER4

I! ,Gantler. 8. L. Patterson"and B. C. rick such contingency.: .*" Bureau has lined a statement denying Hand embroidery and scalloped or th'e auspices of the Logansport Commercial :

i Budge. : the existence of any Irregularities I button holed frills are also used to Club was opened her this .

Oof the present *.. rd ot aldermen, CHESAPEAKE REGATTA, In his department and Invitingan trim the bab,'* dresses and coats. morning with a large atundaac Th FOR CITY TREASURER

III' consisting of seven IIK'IDben-F. W. Inspection of the book ky any "reputable Linen seem to have eclipsed all mf't' held ta n beautiful grove Vole for oneWY.

J.d L Wilson J. B. Reilly. F.H.Wharton. ., Eaatoa, Md. August 18.-TEe nineteenth parties. Of coarse Chief' other material even In the world of oa Biddies Iclaad la the Wabash Riv M. POPE

' : J. B. Frederick. A:?*:. SelUerand annual regatta of the Chesapeake Moore would be the Judge U to the boys' fashions. This year Is essentially er. Th* Ut of attractions includes

J. E. Lnmmn -three of them Bay Yacht Pub opened this reputablllty of the parties and It 1* a white season for the boy a* wed maay prominent lecturer, singer, 0. II. BROWN.

1 were elected October Slit. last for a morning on Miles River off SL Michaels. not known Just bow far the books as for the girl. White suit for boy mnflclan -sad other1 entertainer It BEX HIXTOX e

': term of'two rear, bat under the newcharter The race are sailed over the would really be thrown open. But are as popular as ever but for everyday to expected: that William Jennings

granted by the last legislature same course a* last year .The number he state that he ha not employedalbor hard wear the linens In the doll Bryan win be ODe of the speaker FOR CITY ATTORNEY

the entire council is to be elected this of entries Is unusually large and several at excessive: prices at the Weather blues and khaki colon are the moat some Urn art week. Th"as.mhly Yet far eel

time, or"a'fresh cart made a* it prominent yacht clubs of Balti observatories la the Blue Ridge sensible. will. remain until August n. R MO B.OAUTIEB:

were. The three member, who under more. Washington. Annapolis Philadelphia and also that this observatory was not The Russia smock suit Is the thing R. SEYMOUR

this rule. are deprived of the privilege and other cities are represeated. luxuriously fitted up as a summer re- for the small boy who has not yet ANOTHER AMERICAN INVASION.

of serving their full term con sort for the officials of his bureau. He graduated Into .teal knickerbockersand New York. August 18,-William GUIett FOR CITY EXECUTIVE: COX

slstlng of Mean. L Wilson. F. IL says that he has paid more than use It has also the advantage of being gad his company of players sailed MITTEE

Wharton and F. W. Hahn It would. A SMOOTH ARTICLE market rate for labor about the observatory "easily laundered and of combla- **oa tIM Carfrle for ooJom% today. Vote tor fit*

em to 'allY hart nded ))81'11011I"are comfort with IINut The They will heir English seasonat -
and that be Is proud of lug and open A. Eo UEY"IR
entitled to more than ordinary When yon find It necessary to use having disturbed the local labor war InraUn Mouse for boys no lunger the Phakeupvarr Theatre la Liverpool

consideration In the approaching primary salve use DeWitt's Witch Haul Salve I Let, that the prevailing prices are rim oa the std bu .re..arrange ta on fleptember 4. sod at the folMise F. S. MUR.HE

<. ;'and election.* burn, boils eczema, blind bleeding too low. Whatever this ratertent I* various way with collar and revcr Monitor will gfv* the first Btropnlltlan *- U. r*. ATKINSON

i.". All of the above mentioned aldermen itching or protruding piles. Get (bemuln :,I worth Mr. Moore i* certainly: en:'* or a long sloping smoker collar turning performa of "Clarice"st i i --ft. c. IDOE" -

have served the city well and DeWltt's Witch "..el Salve led to the full distribution of It. fur back from a shield and rroulax Frrfemaa's nub of York Thetar I

faithfully, and to- the- beat of their .I Sold Toy BUcayne Drug Co. It Is frank la the extreme. at the belt or slUhtly above It. la Lottdon. ... .. OHISTORY

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