The Miami metropolis

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The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title:
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
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Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
East Coast Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 25, 1906
Publication Date:
Weekly (published on Friday)
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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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VOL. 10-NO. 12. MIAMIDADE--C-OU ;.y. FLORIDA. AUGUST 25 -ig 5-m---- '"" ;-II6HMKS*<.

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Of the Democracy of Miami as Its Chief j4 !;;; .. i; The Battle of Ballots and How and for '

; "Executive by a Flattering' Vote. Whom Cast, With Total Results.

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Also Endorsed by a Majority Vote in the Primary Ejection

f Which Was Held in Miami Tuesday. And Those Who Must" Enter the Second Primary to- j

Determine the Domination for Office.
For Mayor John tew.ll. closing of the polls there was one s. ,
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I For Alder....n Thomas C. Cheat- great volume of political Interest and, e .

ham. J. E. lAmmua, F. H..Wharton I work prevalent on every hand. ,'
The following are the results of A. B. Weaver .... .. .. .. ..;... 1.
J. L Wilson. Good feeling prevailed throughout:
1 TueaJa,.'. election showing the F. Whartoa ... . .. .... 2,.
For Clerk M. R. Kellum. I the day and when night and the time J. L WlJ.,. .
votes received by each eaadlate. majorities ?" .. .s .... .. iu
R B. Gautttr. for counting the ballots came a large
For Attorney I of hone nominated and those Nominated Thos. B. Cbeatbam. Ul;
crowd assembled at the polling placeto
For Marahal-F/ank B: Hardee.. I
who will Save to enter the second J. E. Lommna 3C7; r. R. WDartcn. .
I witness and hear the resultsan-
J. F. Jaudon.
For Tax Aaaeaaor
I x ,f primary In order to determine notnla- SM; J. I Wilson. 311.
For Treuurer-Ben Hinton. nounced many of the number remainIng ::r
ees for the offices sought: ,
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throughout the night aad until To enter second primary C. ILRaaler
The above la the reanlt of the prt-
near 6 o'clock the next morning when FOR MAYOR. -. John a R.llly. F. W. *
ejection held Tuesday for the
malT for the last name had been e&lWl and John Sewed ... ... ... .. .... 343Chas. Halts J.G.. Croslaad... T. Y.Moore, J.&.
of nominating candidates e
purpose the the total votes announced. JOHN SEWELL 11. GartbilJe .. ... .. .. .,15SewcITa Frederick W. H. Chains J\V C.
election to municipal offices ender Re-Nominated at the Primary Yeittrday.for Mayor of Miami
and reqolrementa" of the The result can best ascertained ,I-.-- _n .. TueW. Cur A."SIUR.Ir. 8. a Aal......
l-., provisions city charter though soother from the tabulated table which gives Ing otf'fDe same ticket, thulladlcat.,It was known! from hour to hour lust majority .. .. .. .. .. III Of this number. :th* I,.. recelvtac th* .
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new Miami
the rote of each candidate the ma- highest tote win be aomlaatsA
bow ballots had bn cast and 1 ..
primary will be neceaaary to tag that the electors voted for the man7 I FOR ALDERMEN '
unties obtained by those securing\the so well organized were both sides
nominal fire aldermen three members '' men they deemed beet! qualified tot; I COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC .
nomination and from which It can af- ;that the leaders could trll with practt- Nine to M chosen). .
work antI fin the offices, Irrespective of classorganizations. WORKS.Thrs
of public
of the board
cal certainty about how a bran
I so be seen who must enter the second I!IS. a Anltmaif .. . .. .. ... ... 187TV '
municipal Judge. |,,h >n he went into the loll ( to be chosen.)
I In a great meASure the result la a primary next Tuesday. Aug. 29. Another noticeable and gratifying; j :The Inspectors and clerks. Messrs.fact ( *. II. ChaUle .. .. .... .... .. S3* .

I I city,.officials, to determine nomination I lathe' race mad by all members,M. E. Jones. J. M. Burdlne and.F. U. ; Thoi. E. Cheatham .... <* .... 410litJur V.M.J.Y1 Prom..... .... ........ 1M
i victory for the present r Rjran V.. ..... .. .. ',
t who'for AH the candidates were In the field .of thqTpresent city council, and against i ;oneiuan. Inspectors, and J: F"Chalk : \ Cohen . .. ...... 1M ,18
-4 and today those dtliens. years Duties R. & Wtlsoa .. .... .. .. ...... m
whom a vigorous 1Ich had been le. clerk performed Jhelr tire- ; .
early and with their'workers remained wagedby 'j. G Cropland .. .. .. .. .. 231
In the upbuilding of IL J. .... .. ".
put bare labored the opposition. Three of the aol faithfully and except for Burkhardt .. .,. 19
num iisty '
at the polling placer or hustled about J. S. Frederick . .. .. 23.
the city, feel that they have donetheft ber. Messrs. Lummus. Wharton and mpals never left the building until R. a Dale .... .. ....1. .... 11$

duty; that where It waa possible the city herding' up the voters with Wilson being nominated and three of the lag name had been checked anJ ,. C D. Lrffler .. .. .... .. ,,... HGeo. .

.., tried and true hare been reained the result that the largest vote ever the remaining four. Messrs. BrfJlr, 'the rtull made known at a late hour A McKlaatn .. .. ..:... .. SOOEJwIn
--. ---- -. Nelson .... .... .... e. *TO *.
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U office, and that with the newsfefflcea 7 J. r. Wondworth .... .. .. ...p. 13*

to be! filled they hare dealt aa l i e, e c. fv-Xlmaniea; .. .. .. .. .. .. lit .

their convictions ted hem. t"Ar I
I No majority having been recetv.4

No one Is surprised at the result so by'any of the eaadUatea for this oft

far aa the mayoralty,. Tote U concern office. Georg* A. McKlaaoo. W. W.-" h",

ed Mr. SewelTs nomination being Prout sad C D. tattler win rust th* II

I conceded early la the day and the race over with R. g. Wilson, C L

majority placed at figures rangingfrom e Xlmaaiea aad J. F. Wbadwoeth.FOR i
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fifty to one hundred. In the aldermanic -
race It was alto conceded! I rC xr ,

that ..,.era1 of the present board. would M. R. KeDnn .. .. .. .. .... .1M ,:*

b. nominated and that If. E. Keltam. a r. W. Amazon .. .. .......... .. 333Xellam's v
for clerk; IL*B. Oaatler.'for cIt: ) attorney Liz .1 '.
majority.. .. .. .. lu
and Ben JJinton. for treasurer y

would be successful. CapL J. F. Ja. FOR CITY ATTORNEYR.

r. don tad no oppotion for the office. a Gautter. ..... .. .. .. .. ISA. .tlR.

-of tax assessor and therefore was It Seymour .... .. .. ...... JU

.oo."easy street- with the largest vote -
Caatier'a majority ? .. .. .. ? !t.
polled for any candidate 608. .

In the race for marshal there was e .. FOR CITY TAX ASSESSOR

bit of a surprise. and though It was J. Eo. LUMMUI .'n F. H. WHARTON. L L WILSON J. F. Jauda..r..., US: i

I admitted that F B. Hardee would 1
I fire R- 8. Flanagan the present laeambent. eel li .

a bard fight, there were '.. .. Hinton .. .. .. .. .. ., JSJ

[l few .p to late In the afternoon VOI cast laltlaml was polled, the total Hahn and Frederick being entitled to WT.lmvday mtiralnc.Consl |I".. H. Mdal,... .:. .. .. .. :. Ill "'. M.. POP ... .. .. ...J.. m 4

I thought he would be successful In securing number of ballots cast being,GC1. .j j enter the second primary by moat / It-rablj money changed hands |T. V. Moore .. .. .. .. .. .... S7TIGns C. M. BrowB. Jr. . .... .. *. lotHtntoa's '

the nomination. I 011of.h- noticeable features lathe fUttermg "votes. Ala*' ratifying to OQ the result of the election of mayor. i: A. Mailer. .. .. .. .. .... .. 1SU I I -
,his friends Is the phenomlnal rare ' ..n placiD sad majority .. .... .... 1ST
The election wes one of the most voting wa *, the mixing of favoritea. : A. Osborne .. .. .... .. .... ISO: r
;made by Mr. Hahn afalast whom all wltl.lnllK'1'eraI large beta at odds of
Interesting in the history of' Kl mt. many'of,Jhe ballots coming out |the ammunition of the opposition bad three to two while others got a few i:C. H. Raalersua .. .... .:31S'john I FOR MUNICIPAL JUOOK '

It was one In which political: and jjeronal for.Garihsh:- Haha and ojher candl-1 i( been directed with fulf force, and' small bets at ecru money B. RHIy .... .. .. .. .. .. 103A. Wm. Stuart Hill . .... 1Jaa.

fri'v'Is la.the past, la many la- dates known\io arrayed again i 1 who la practically certain of re-ftomln- r:. -IUr .. .. .. .. 152 T 8at.Jvrs .. .... KC
!atlon next Tuesday. !Vf. n Sharpe . . . IS3 .'C A. Grates .. ... 1J$ as
stances were against the,hIm. and vk% verb with Sewell and I .During the day several of\ the can- terestln/c and hotly coatete. ever oc- J. C. Tucker . . . . l% II l I lim and Sajiders to eater second i '
other and from the opening to1! the men prononnond against btnt". appear I I dTdates kept checkers rnnhe' hall and !coring In the annals of Miami I p. UteaJorff .. .. .. . . 153 primary for sodoatlon.a .

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The Weekly "

published on the mainland of the U. S. -- I ARE IN ANNUAL SESSION A. Celby Wtyllad and Rebberf By Two
The mat Southern newspaper The city prjrary election for the nomination of officials to serve the municipality Masked Men.

B. B. TATC*. paESI El T. S. Bono DEAX. src.-Tau. under the provisions of the new UUml charter 1s now a thing of

THE, MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY (he pa..t. It will stand at one of the bitterest personal campaigns la the Narrsgaaaett Pier R. I, Aug. %2.I .- One of the boldest holj-up's and

annals of Miami, and It win go on record as one Id which the people of Miami The annual meeting of the American robberies ever occurring: la this City
w Entered at the P<*toffice at Miami Florida. a.. ccond-cU matter.. I Bar Association has brought to this
or section happened at early hour
.. rvpuJlated false accusations Insinuations and chart against some of

1'' -8Is months.................... MOJae year...,.................... their best, most faithful and competent friends and servants. town one of the most notable gatherings oo Sunday morning when A.. Colby

a' advance will receive a rear'. subscription for $l 50; The Metropolis wan a party la this Issue not<< by willing Intent and purpose of distinguished lawyers ever the well known barber was attacked "

:and Those 6 ninths pa1iaiD snWiption for 75 cent. This i. a liberal d.. ount to but by force of Justice and ht.aDdIIOW that the public of Miami ha..e.ppro'ed brut in this country. Every part of by two masked men aad relieved of a

induce strictly advance payment! vHIAMI. of Us, stand and Its policy, bmaintaining In, ode the majorityof the mined States Is .pno"'IUe.I and sum of money amounting to betweeti

AUGUST 25 1905.I those wbose public life and feeds had been ....Iled. It ls glad that It among the delegates I are many of the $10 sad $30: and his bicycle
entered Into the fray glad that It defended and thereby supported those greatest legal authorities on various The hold-up occurred: shortly after

of the to keep street and premises thoroughlyclean. who were nnustly wronged and glad that It could: be of service to the welfare ,. branches of Jurisprudence, known la 13 o'clock and after Mr. Colby had
This Is a good season fear *
'I' .: *' and interests of Its city and the people.In \1 his country.t The convention was closed his shop and was.oa his way
I caliei: to by President Henry 8tI
orals home a few miles out from the dty.
Its campaign the Metropolis, In no Instance made charges against the
The average politician does dirty work before he gets hit Job and very I George Tnckrr. of 1.lagtoa.. Va, and He was rtdlog along leisurely when
Watson who held political Jobs. character competency or citizenship of any can-lldate. Ittadmltted them to
4 IIWe-of any kind afterward. says Tom held a short meeting la the morning two masked
be all that Is required and desired la true manhooj and fought not against men sprang upon him
club at Saratoga has barred Richard CanfieU from aDd another In the afternoons The from the 11"of the road. One held
exclusive them
An but la defense of certain of their opponents who bad been aiaalleJ
exclusive sports hare little use for a man who wlnt new Mathrwtoa HK had beea selected
These and
IU membenhlp. for no other than selfish partisan reasons1n smothered his face, why.
their mosey.Tb..nmmer. for the headquarters of the two the other went through his tW1lhlc.
( ____ feeling elated over the victory of which It believes it was Instrumental .
of nt who could datT I taking the IDOII.,. .
wanderer win won be mt1l'l11DCTboH la bringing about. the'Metropolis la convinced that the result was augmentedto I : So bold
the assailants
who did hare experienced both pleasure and beuefltSror ODe of the most Important subjects that A.
not get away hope those a great extent by the policy and methods of the, supporters of defeated they started to take the victim
their outing. that win come up for consideration I
? candidates In advocacy of their cause. It also feels that these methods were .shoes, but after having them partially
unable to find a gambling house In Chlcago'Tbat'1 will be the report of the committee unlaced changed their minds
been and
Fifty detectives hare Dot entirely approved by those to advocated and supported and that their in
when a Rube or Caleb with mosey flats them at oa Insurance which will be I left them with aim.
frequently case,
success la achieving: political recognition It due largely to the manner la
'every other door. submitted by Ralph W; Breckearldge After this tao mea made off ia the
_______ which they allowed their campaigns: to be conducted by a misrepresentation of Omaha the chairman of that com I woods. arrytag )lr. ol1l1" wheel with

Whether President Roosevelt tocceeds or tafls u a peacemaker hlato- of facts personalities and the Injection of party lines and affiliations Into aa mittee. The report makes the follow. them, which he thinks was dose U

"t.etloDS are most laudable and the dTflled: world will commend Urn for the Issue that was Intended to be BOO factional. lag five specific recommendations: I order to prevent him from coming

e. he hat worthily played. Legislation by Congress providing to the city sad giving the alarm
-accle part The Issue baa been settled or practically so. The win of the people has
for the supervision! lasaraace; the Mr. Colby la of the opinion that hisasaaflaau
Rasaeli Sage says he expecta to lire to be a hundred yew bU and to been announced: aad. la all charity friendliness and good will the Metropolis repeal of an valued policy laws; a
to live were white mea as their
continue f
-...Missouri Padflc len at ZOO. Mr. Sage win of funeral. tenders Its congratulations to the defeated candidates upon the maaaerla uniform Are policy the terms of which bands were soft sad ant like toN of

; teases ae, eta not bear the thought of the ezpenae a which they. tadlvUuaUy. conducted their campaigns and the flattertag than be specifically defined; the repeal a aegro. Their face were masked

wfll be rebuilt la the Halted States. Tovake support given them la the face of the handicap caused by others lest dean of all retaliatory tax taws; and oa thin account he Is aaahto to
is said that the Russian nary
It I stricter tacorporatioa Ian la the several '
It effective It should also be manned and trataeJ U the Catted States. ,and fair la their political. endeavors and conduct states U they affect the ereaUoa give any description 0( them

behind the tuna an! on the
without capable men
U worthier
jk. savy of insurance eompaalea. tad a federal ELECTION ECHOES

triage. ___ A REMARKABLE MAN. statute prohibiting the use of the S

mails to all persona rrrlstloiu or h', an over hat the ahoutlag. aadthat's
claw Inturance men
A street mate 1 Are Inanrance company with first corporations transacting bustaesa of .

at the head can Ao enough basins la nortJa to bring the ootalde companies At Santa Rota Cat lives lee of the most remarkadle men of the day. Insurance to disregard of State or federal comingTom
JDI1k. There U no maon why aa Inatltutloa of thlt Wad should
to their Bit name It not TBf, '"m'r to our readers who- bow something of Us wonderful Cheatham. aomtaated aa aider

act be organlxed 1a th1r S State. achievements la fruit and vegetable culture. His name Is Lather Bar Unexpected that W. R. Vance of nna. and who led the aUemftalQ tick

The announcement of the norUa Female College for 1101 and M Ittmt beak, aad he It only about forty years old. Once the subject of many a Job Virginia a member of the committee. et Is one of the moat popular young
data for those Interested la or will submit a minority report la whichhe mea la ton sad the wonderful
v It eoatama valuable Information and sad jibe by those who thought him a crankier a dreamer.*scientists now not
Oeslrl&g to attend thus college ..hIch'lIrapl.D1 forging to the front aa aa tit at his feet and seek to lean from him the methods by which he creates will differ with the majority of the he made tarprts.a even his most .

-dacatlonal: Institutioo for women. It It deterring of all the patronage new fruits and flowers and changes old ones Into new forma. Among*tome committee not on Its general findings sanguine erp-*ctattons. Mr. Chealaam .

.yiorldiaas eaa give It of the things he hat done la the production of a ttooeless plumb a thoraless bum the proposition that there Is nil make Miami a good ofldaL
ao constttatloaal obstacle existing to
.blackberry vtae. a spineless cactus aa everlasting star flower; has growl a
that John D. Rockefeller hat decided to give fifty minion dollars the Inauguration of federal Insurance "
It It taU "Red Gaatler. the nominee for say
chestnut tree which bears fruit at eighteen months of age; a lily with a delightful ,
the Chicago University. This wjff make It the richest educational Instltntlon bnslaesa.
'to attorney. Is oae of the most
created popular
perfume where none had ever been before: has a daisy
la the world. Something more than money It required to make a unVverslty. la addition to the general meetings
from I to 7 Inches dlamter where the average size 1s aa Inch; a prune four sad promising young attorneys to the
rank such
but the Chicago IniOtntkm ought to attain high of the association there win be sectional
dt,. tt was these beta that carrtoi
to six times the else of the common: French variety; has created ft tomato
fatodtl advantages. meetings and a meeting of the
anJ cactus fruit and raised the posslbtntlea of new varieties and new forms him safely through the struggle.
Association of American Law Schools.
The best thing to lielp a town or dty along U for all lit people to la everything that pertains to natural vegetation to such aa extent that aottmlta Another feature will be a conferenceof -

'bare_faith In 1C Every man should study the subject carefully and find may be set the commission oa aalforaT State Prank Gaflat. one of the most ardent

-round for believing ba hit town. If he cant I 4"It. let him more to tome His remarkabe traasformaUoa of the baneful cactus 1s thus related: One laws. The convention win *dose supporter of Mr. Oarthklde aaJ .

better place la which he can consistently whoop It op. It It essential thata of the moat slgnlneent things Mr. Burbank has done la to disarm the cactus o0Friday those Identified with him fo* other
night with
a banquet
man haH whoop and If he cant do It where he happy to beloeateJ. It a deed that has astonished and still astonishes,. the whole world. Here city offices.! U made of the right hind

la hit solemn duty to more around and along till he fads the right spot- U a plant which np to the time he took hold of It was one of the meaaaesaes DIVIIUION or VIEWSRETARD of stab Mr. Oallat frankly told Mr.

"Tampa Times. of tie desert; a thing that had ao charm and only evil propensities; Its wooly Wharton and other successful: candidates

#' I e thorns bringing anguish to all who came la contact with them; Its pulp offer PEACE MEETING of the old hoard of alJermeif*

Every man woman and child who leaves here'ahould be walking or lag ao reaoocet: of too,to either men or aalmala. la his proving grounds, at that he had worked against them

rather a talking advertisement of their aectton 'of this favored StaM. Did Santa Rosa C t. there flourishes today a cactus which has not a thorn upon Portsmouth Aug. %J. The peace with all his ability hot had lost out

oJ 4/ yon ever think that yon owe It to your section. to ten people of Its great Itnot a splcul..within Its rich meat huge storehouse of hundreds of poundsof conference adjourned at 13:1 o'clock and that he wished them an the sao

f -advantages both at a winter retort and at a place to make a permanent food. And all Its food It good. The huge leaves, formerly bitter are now this morning. The adjournment was cess they could have to office. Oppo-

borne and reap a rich reward from any of the many Indu tales adapted entirely: edible, and the*trait which never ame to anything satisfactory lathe offldafly! explain u doe to the development ants of the CaOat stamp are worthy

to this section. -East Coast Advocate. Mighty good and sound advice. wild "variety. one of the most perfect things that a garden ol man can of a divergence of views foemto

and If every one ..oal411Mc1 and, foUow lt the effect would he both teen grow. Its meat la crimson la color, and to delicious, say those who have tut* as to the ten of the protocol.

mad felt ed It that It Is certain to become one of the delicacies of the world. Its The Russiaas contended that some ?op" Hahn was the first maa to
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favor It'somethlng which the world has never known before. Therefore It corrections! suggested by M. Plaacoa cutIe haDot aad Cape ranch Rosa
TeHow fever win not be subdued until frost comet. With the advent and to which the Japanese had agreed
baa for It Bat pineapple.'to the last
no name to tome lt suggesta a others a peVca. The Captala had just gotten
of frost the mosquito vanishes and to does the terer. This circumstance. had not been made, and when the
and to others a melon or aa apricot. It 1s full of nutriment too and it la from a cruise among the rrysAad
ta evidence of the mosquito's guilt The disease may be materially Checked thought to have medicinal virtues which will yet hat been checked la fact else there would have been many more cases and |I 'read the protocol la toll ant to Je- *
'!of the cacti will yield as much u 600 and 700 pounds of food In addlQoa to before the poll closed. H. Is a firm
deaths.bnt" It will not be wholly stopped before frost There are too 111&II71'j j their fruit for all those animals which love to feed on if .dde the disputed points la the con believer la the motto that If. Is better -
to be destroyed. When one crop Is annihilated another
mosquitoes This reads tike a production of a fertile and.luxuriant. Imagination. Bat late than ae.",.
come. The swamps lagoons and bayou adjacent to New Orleans are Ideal. |I i The work had not been concluded
b: reputable students and scientific Investigators are familiar with Burbaaks .
breeding grounds for mosquitoes. |I I achievements and testify to his wonderful success la the laboratory of na whea the conference took a recess I R. 8. FUasgaa. the mUlas; CSt/..

'automobiles' tare. Burbank himself Is said to be modest and retiring and disinclined to until 3:30 o'clock: this afternoon. marshal hal made Miami a rtIC'4....
The Metropolis again Insists that buggies hacks, carriages, "
receive visitors or to appear la public. When be converts saw grass into faithful officer( ant he hat In oba 01
I 'Should not be permitted to stand Idle In our narrow congested atn et.L In MISSOURI LOO ROLLERSIN
ft rich herbage and creates la dog fennel a sweet perfume we shall undertake triedia who with him sncevsj la any
e fact we have frequently urged reform of this nuisance but the city authorities
have been dilatory mainly because of the opposition of many merchants to raise for helm a monument In Florida t CON INTI9N. new vocation: he may tau tp. It ta

t and others to a change In conditions. Vehicles without driven are not the general rpressloa thv Mr. Flaa-
I St .JoM.p!. Mo. August 33.-The maJe m'staV toplacing
man a grievous
dUes. but Miami
of most
streets seems
allowed to stand along the crowded PREVENTION OF YELLOW FEVER.
annual of the Northwest the
meeting Ytradtl'ot
to move slowly In these matters. None of ns desire unnecessary restrictions ft atgro
j bat the streets shouTd not be congested by snared for vehicles. Idle auto- )Liuouridog Rolling Association opened against that of a white man. cal bat

mobiles an J other Impedimenta. Those towns which have established quarantines which shut out man here thin morningewltk a veil for this fact his re-nomlnatloa woulebave ;

and attended meeting. la the afternoon been almost .
freight areresorting to unnecessary precautions. There U no danger
Marshall Field Is said to pay taxes on $63.000,000 real estate and 110.000 of transmission of yellow fever through mall or freight Surgeon White, IDol tomorrow there will be the usual

"000 personal property In Chicago besides having Urge holdings In other! of the Marine Hospital Service,la charge of the Government relief mes field contests and drill la which many the Best primary Is to b
placet. Another evidence of the value of advertising. Mr. FleU It one of. urea at New .'asserts that It ls not necessary to "disinfect- fumigate teams,from an pans of the state will that the Inspectors'wfll keep the geaeral

.*. the largest newspaper advertisers the country. freight because merchandise can not carry yellow fever from one person take part Many valuable prizes have public out of the poT.lBt place

been donated for the.occasion. The while the ballots are betas cxiated.,
to another. He says there la no possible way la which the fever can be
New Jersey Is one of the original Stateajand: therefore one of the oldest
organliatloo is made'npj&the various If not that.
transmitted other than by the mosquito, aDd la no circumstance can freightbe or to see thu they behave
d" It It only 160 miles long and from 30 to 60 miles wide, with aa area of only
Infected la this way/jinjs.. It ,should harbor aa Infected mosquito, a camp of Modern Woodmen of Amer> la aa orderly: sad q'dni maaaer.
:..t115 square"miles. It Is the smallest of all the States except three but possibility so remote u to maker the risk little feared. ra la this state sad has a large membership. Such conduct as prevail.! to the
ranks sixteenth la population and third In population per square mile. It Vate hall last '
I The houses la New Orleans are bring fumigated by burning sulphur la this there are inall city right would not have
hat a population 1XM.OOO. Yet 41 per cent of Its area 1s still forest land. ICS of the andmany been tolerated else
every room wile cisttms are being oiled and screened. A New Orleans camps organization anywhere la the

physician 11.1FumlptJoD of room la house la New Orleans of them have uniformed teams. State.
York every I
One can now travel from Boston to New by irony, the last UnIt between Between of those
U indorsed by Dr. White. of the Marine Hospital Service. By this means forty and fifty team.
MQKale and Sonthlngton Coon, having recently
# completed.
alone can we destroy the existing Infected mosquitoes If this Is done marched la the parade tlallDe morning. MUNICIPAL ELECTRICIANS MEET
f. =There Is to be another line between New York'and Boston however with
thoroughly the sixth convention wtQ last two day _
oa day thereafter there win be practically
ao now
the finest modern equipment and highest speed. One can travel aH over New the truth
and toraT WooJmea win enter
cases report" Erie. Ps. Aug.. 31- The .
g England BOW by trony. ,, Fumigation destroys no yellow fever germ. It ls simply meant to km lain them wla great hospitality. anal convention of the lateraatloaalAsMKlatloa

infected mosquitoes or those mosquitoes which transmit the fever. There \ of Municipal Oectriclaaa

}: THE VICTOR DICTATES.. Is DO danger of traasmltlag the disease through man or freight One effectof REFLECTOI'NS &r A BACHELOR. opened hue this morning with a largo
g,a the quarantine Is thus noted<< by the New Orleans P1! arnne: A rather attendance from aQ parts of the Cmlted -.
!f'g4 humiliated. curious development! of the quarantine mania Is the Injurious effect on the It harts a girl awfully to get nom States. The convention will re-
Russia.It It said objects to being But how will the escapehumiliation
I! cotton: crop. Owing Jo the weather conditions which have lately prevailed burned through her openwork stock mala la session for three dayscaa4
" !" Aa unbroken aeries of defeats at the hands of a much smaller
worms and Insect pests have become numerous. Ordinarily these dlfflcult tags. win discuss maay questions of practical
L Nation Is a humiliation which Russia hat already suffered. It It the right
: >s would be met by a copious application of Paris Green and other similar Who .a longdistance telephone Interest sad Importance'to mums
f cI Japan, net Russia, to dictate terms. The Springfield Republican says:
]1 chemicals but tb'lIppl of Paris green and like poisons has been so curtailed calls a womaa 1s sure tint either her Ipal ,.ftc1r1da... Among those who
s N" The Japanese conditions of peace from the Russian point of view, are
i" { because of the Irregular movement of freight due to quarantine restrictions haabaad1 has made a mltlloa dollars : will deliver addressee are H. R. Atleaaworta.
il undeniably hard but that U because: the price of defeat la war U always
terrible to -vanquished.. The Southern States of the Union paid no Indemnity that the cotton crop suffering deterioration which could' be or been killed la a railroadaccident, 11 of Columbus. O.;' p. K.Dlthl. :.

,F t: but think what worse things they suffered. England had no mercy avoided but for the quarantine lnaanlt,." When a man 1s married he cant I Harrisburg: A. 8. Hatch. Detroit

''i for the nationality of the Boers; she wiped It from the map. The United There Is not much Intelligence la the shotgun quarantine It Is not afford to spend what mosey he has la : C. \nniams.. Meridiaajliaa.

,; States: did not merely free Cuba but tore the entire colonial empire of Spain very effective la preventing the spread of yellow'fever. Those who were: his pocket and W cast afford not tobecause !Capt Wm ntplt,. Boston T. C.
r from the mother country. Defeat Itself Is hardest to bear. Cessions ol
i ; territory and Indemnities are la later years merely the scars of wounds that In The midst of the terrible scourge In 187 will remember that the shotgun<< lib wife win take It away ({Hesra. Cambridge :Mass. sod Louis

I. X-orned into the souls of vanquished people." quarantine caused more suffering than It prevented. The use of oil and from him. I f Gaecolgne. Detroit

1 Seldom la a matkm to generous la dealing with a defeated foe u the sulphur win destroy the fever mosquito. That has been demonstrated. ,, A girl thinks It ta better to have

Cnlted States was la tta ,treatment of Mexico an3 Spain la each case the It has been demonstrated beyond a doubt that certain,kinds of mosquitoes nae baggy riding sad tnt hr faltl '

conqueror paying Instead of receiving money as a result of the peace terms. transmit the disease. \l>en these are absent there need be no fear of yellow :;:tlla. never to have gone at all. 23..ya >>

Russia will doubtless, protest but It must agree substantially to Japan's fever. But these mosquitoes probably exist la places where they dU 1 I Hardly anything makes a woman i h"ad-oa colUaloa between two

original terms If there U to be peace. It U a humiliation to be defeated and not exist during the last yellow fever epidemic. It Is therefore difficultto more jealous thaa to up a picture of I trains oa the talon parade

to be compelled' pay Indemnity or U yield up tern toy, but that 1s often say Just what places are Immune" from the -disease, once a case Is de!i i somebody else's children la a maga Railroad tear RossvUl. eighteen
the result of war and the price of peace. reloped. tine miles west of Topeka..0 .

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from Southern Stave; passengers I 0000000
LOOK OUT FOR from Northern State i
Another form or report U used also F. W. HAHN

PANAMA VESSELSAre for each information train and: Number contain of the train following ; I CAMPING GROUND JAILED AGAIN

where from and where to;name of con Architect and BuilderI

ductor date. Name of passengers.

nationality, where from where brand. now hart ta my employ one of the best
Certificate; other evidence; paaaed; 'The first step toward securing a permanent YOUNG MAN PARDONED FROM draftsman in the Sooth, and am better

Orders Issued By Dr Porter detained; rejected; number alck.Thf' camp ground for the Florida LIFE SENTENCE BEHAVED 10 prepared than ever for furnishing plus
report are filed at the office and detail. lor rood tmlldia*.. fine cabinet -
To His Assistants. taken the BADLY THAT HIS BONDSMEN
State Troops has been by work etc. 1 an now headquarter
of the State Board of Health and In
Governor by the appointment of a HAD SHERIFF REARREST HIM. for turned work scroll sawing and all'
hU manner a complete record of work usually done in a nasT a .via
i very person entering the State by commission to select and recommendto pinning mill
the next Legislature suitable
ran U kept. ULatifNJUREO
T. Porter. State Health ;
Dr. Joseph.
grounds to be acquired for this,par Send me your order for doors and win
Officer, has received the followingImportant lit A" pose. Those who will compose the About three weeks ago the :Metropolis

and significant telegram PECULIAR MANNER commission as announced from the reported the habeas corpus proceedings dow frames ballusters, brackets, etc

E from SnrgeonGeneral Wyman of the Governor's office on Frla.,. are the brought before Judge Cal la and be convinced MIAMI FLA

united States PubUc Health and :Marine following members of the Legislature Alvan &
wherein Edward
Dr. f H. F. Uullett was called on : Jacksonville OCOOOOCCCO

Hospital Service says the Timer Monday to the home of Mr. George Honorable Louis C. :Massey on the res. of Bradford county, was soughtto .
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Union: Sullivan three miles west of Cutler part of the Senate.Honorable be sent back to State prison. The
.. .
Washington.. D. C, Aug. 21. -Dr. i where Mrs. Sullivan- bad suffered- a Eugene S. Mattb.ewi.anJ Starke Telegraph of Friday says of

J.%T., patter State Health Officer. I most peculiar Inury as the result of Honorable Wm. :M. GlrarJeau on the the case: COIIt1aCtOIffSANDPI'OJty Owners

attentlo2 being struck by a bolt of lightning. part of the House.
Fta. special
Jacksonville : -Pay "Edward Alvarez who has been un-
Lightning 1s generally supposed to From the Florida State Troops:
to vessels from Colon. If don't want to SAVE MONEYwe
decision In his you
burn or blister, but not tear and Ear Major General J. Clifford R- Foster der bond pending a
Panama. The condition there prevent erate human flesh when It 1* struck Adjutant General. case has been given back Into custody can't help you. If you do come to

making vessels absolutely safe. On ID this cue Dr. :Mnllett says that
Brigadier General Chas. P. Loren of the sheriff by his bondsmenand

arrival should be disinfected and one of Mrs. Sullivan's feet was torn Commanding lit Brigade. is now in the county Jail wherehe The J. A. McDonald Co.And

held five full day thereafter. This In open and badly Injured from the toes I Colonel Henry Bacon. Surgeon General i must await the Supreme Court's .
to and through the Instep. From
addition to the disinfection requiredat up action unless new bondsmen are
that point It seemed to Up to the Colonel John W. Sackett. CommandIng found.J. Buy Year Building Material

Colon. heel which was also badly lacerated. 1st Infsntry. 8. Bennett and J. O. Alvares .

"Wyman. Surgeon-General. In the floor, where Mrs. Sullivan This action on the part of the Governor were the sureties on the bond of Ed. Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypressof

Upon receipt of this message Dr. had stood were two holes where the was taken pursuant to the provisions Alvarez and some time during last

Porter Immediately had tt duplicated bolt after striking the unfortunate of an act of the last Legislature week requested Sheriff Bennett to

to all of the officials In charge of ..woman passed off through the wood entitled. "An act to provide for take him back Into custody In order all kindsWe

In to the ground. The Injured woman 1[the appointment of a commission to that they might be relieved of further
the maritime quarantine. stations suffered much pain from the Injury select and recommend to the next responsibility on his account The also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement, Sash Doors
Florida as follows: To Dr*. White at
though she was not rendered unconscious legislature. suitable ground to be acquired sheriff took the matter up immediately Mouldings and whatever else a builder requiresat

Penaacola Blonnt. at Carrabelle from the shock. as a permanent camp site for and upon learning that Alvarez lowest possible figure.
. Walker. at Cedar Key; Barnes, at I Dr. Mnllett says that the action of the Florida State troop" was at the home of Leroy Smlth.near

Punta Cords; Light at Key West; the lightning In this case U tie most It 1* BOYD that the Governor ha Lake Butler went over there Satur- '
I peculiar that he has ever seen or .You Know Where We Are. 14thStretU| Miami. r.I
Jackson at :Miami Honey at Fer-, devoted a good deal of thought to the day morning and placed him under ar ..
beard of and that the woman's escape selection of this commission and bat rest Alvarez was at once brought to
nandlna lIacaule at Mayport. and
; ,.
from death Is miraculous. chosen those whom be believe will Starke and placed In the county JAIL .
GriffiVh. at Port Inglla. The' notice .announcement;
be best qualified to bring this matter I The history of the young mans cue
was also sent direct from Washingtonto IRRIGATION CONGRESS MEETS before the next legislature In such is familiar to the Metropolis readers.He .

the officer In charge of the :Mullet form that It wm likely receive favorable had served five yean of a life sentence Miamif Conservatory of Music

Key station at the entrance to Tampa Portland consideration. The three mem- In the State penitentiary when
August 21.-The
Bay. ben of the legislature are among he was pardoned In the spring of 225112th) !St. Franklin Coleman Bash Director
It wUl be seen from this that Sur Irrigation Congress those I who have always manifested an 104. The pardon vs conditioned A Musical Kindergarten and
Primary Class In Piano Playing )
. geon-General Wyman la keeping Dr. of the United States opened active Interest In the organized mil on his good behavior and "
few 'HU&CO
. will be.p.... , hrm...a._ Clad. ... ffMB I U ...
Porter fully Informed of any danger Us session here this mordtng. "*he itia. Generals Foster and Lovell were citizens. of Lawtey reported to a' .tf hM. Je. .:._ -.... ...... at ..- ...o *. a... tktMMtk yin*. W as ...>..--.
that exist at point with which ..... .oc. f_ .... ........ -. .,.. tie fM jMtm. Tkn ....... ....." tw U- :
may any opening session called the
was to order chosen because of being the senior Governor that he was conducting

the Marine Hospital Service 1* In shortly after nine o'clock by the Pre- 'officer of the troop; Colonel Bacon himself In an unseemly manner. ActIng Mandolin Department '

'touch. It win also be seen that there sident. Governor Pardee of Californ because as the head of the :Medical upon this report the Governor ordered
most. be more yellow fever at Colon Department"he U probably best quail- Alvarez arrested and forthwith A maalolin department ia also open at very reasonable rate Piano.
ia. In the auditorium of thai exposition. violins and mandolin* free for practice to students.
than has been reported. Among those present were fled to pass upon the condition of any delverej to the State prison author FULL PARTICULARS on application at CONSERVATORY
There ha not been a Teasel from Thomas G. Halley vice-president of grounds which may be under eOna1J.eratJoG 1fI... Relative came to his asslst-

Colon to arrive at this port for many 'he congress C. B. Boothe. daa.IrmU with relation to matter of !ante and employed Attorneys Long

months. and there li little prospect of the executive committee. A. IL sanitation; Colonel Sackett becauseof A Fielding to contest the right ol FREDK. S. MORSE

of any coming. Should a vessel bound Dryers. vice-chairman. Tom Rich: his qualifications as an engineering .. tie pardoning board to revoke the ,

from that port to Jacksonville arriveat ardson. secretary. F. H. Newell chief officer and his technical knowledge pardon without giving Alvarez a

.St. Joan .bar. she would be engineer besides many U. 8. senators u to what character of ground would hearing. The case was brought Into REAL ESTATE

promptly taken la charge by Dr. Ilea members of congress and numerous best answer the purposes for which. the courts In the shape of habeas corpus

Ifaeaalay. ssslstart surgeon of the members of the legislative bodies of required. On a whoe. It 1* believed proceedings directed to the sheriff -
Offleei stair Cor. Av*.C tad U U 8$.
of ap
aaiMsrlirt Hospital Service la charge the, WeetcBi states, which are especially required. On a whole, it la believed of Bradford county who had Alvarez -

the Ifayport quarantine station and Interested In the Irrigation prob take np actively the matter of selecting In custody. The matter was Miami Dade Co. Florda,

disinfected and held for five fun day. lem. The conference: also includes a permanent camp site and Is wen heard later before Judge Can In Jack-

The Cuban Quarantine. engineers delegate of commercial qualified to make the selection.It soavffle. Judge WHls. of tEe Eighth AGENT OR LANDS OF'

Dr. Porter ha beard nothing further bodies and representatives of Irrigation i I. not known when the commls- Circuit being disqualified and the action --r ..

.from Dr. Carlos nnre,. chief sanitary agricultural or horticultural associations ,mica will meet but the letter of the of the pardoning board In revoking Florida East Coast Railway Co.

officer of cubs In regard to the quar- representatives of agricultural Governor. In which he announce the the sentence' was held to be valid. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Cbu

aatlne maintained b,. Cuba apIut and engineering'schools: aai i appointment conclude: with the provision Alvares' attorney gave notice or Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast LandWeWantEveryGrower Coy'
college appointed by the
Florida and an Gulf ports. governors rfhls commission win meet at an appeal to the Supreme Court and
When Dr. Porter'cabled Dr. Flnler. of the Irrigation tales,. the governing .
such time and place as may be mutually pending the decision of that tribunal
for Information a as to what *dentttc boards of counties and the mayor he
agreed' upon not later than December was released oat bond In the ram
of an cities of more than 2S.OOO
Cuban quarantine
groups list. IMS. It la quite probable of 15000. '

against FlorUa was being maintainedta Inhabitant that with a view to saving expense It I* expected that the decision of
view of the fact that Dr.;Jnaa Gat- The opening session this morningwas la bringing the commission together the Supreme Court will be rendered :
devoted to a conference of the
ten bad tasted that there was absolutely ; Its first meeting for the par la a short time.PITTSSURG .
englnera. The chief engineer delivered i
ne danger to be antlclapted of will be held
Ida sing address and then the pose
from the case that was at Tampa Jut committees some time during the approaching encampment HASYELLLOW .
customary were appointed.
.month. Dr. Flnley did DOt give the..desired .
A general diseutoa followed when an of the o1BCft'awtD FEVER SCARE
explanation. He merely stated be together In tie performance .
the afternoon will be reserved to a
that he was not la charge of the mart visit to. the fair grounds and especially of their military duU**. Plttsburg. Aug. It. Quite a scare ..Florida Vegetable--A _,w.II&uaICII Florida uaptl i

time quarantlniud that the preva to the Irrigation exhibit which has been caused here by the report Fluids Orargsa.- 6( special lateral to ..... grvsrt

Fence of dengue fever at Tampa might 1s of unusual Interest. One of the STRIKE OP COTTON OPERATIVES that a party of twelve Italians, had -Florida Itraw...... _A Booklet a "loll yui.ti... Catttrataw ***. i
be considered sufficient ground I for most attractive features of the exhibit evaded the yellow fever blockade aNew rertflliatlon.Irtsk .-

maintaining the quarantine. is a miniature rice field, showing London. Aug. II. Nearly an cot Orleans and arrived here. Potato- Booklet on -Sofl. Seed Plaatlag: sad CaWratfomj
Dr. Porter hopes that Dr. Gutters the results which may be obtained ton factories in Lancashire closed An Investigation b> the authorities FscUDser. Dtggtac and Saiyptag.Plaeapole .-

may be Induced to return to Jackson- by proper Irrigation. The down for an Indefinite period today Inconsequence disclose the net that the Italians VtOlitag.--Of special Interest to Btaeapple irrewmIdeal .

oTU1e and do something'toward Influ rice Held Is In a large ztnc-llned box of the strike of the open had spent two day here at the homeof FarUllaerxBook showing aQ oar' dlffsrent Wanda aaa tea. |priee .
.<< the Cuban Government to raise wife contains some rich soil taken "tires. There are between sixty and a countryman aad departed Friday eta '
Its senseless quarantine. Dr. Gutters for New York. The base wag quickly .
from the prairie lands of Texas. seventy honsaad operative employedIn
I New and Revised aVUOoa ot the abeve Jut a.bUsa tree for the acutely. '
U a man of great prominence In Cuba tiny zinc Irrigation canals which distribute the mills of Lancashire and nearlyall fnmlgateU aad a strict quarantinewill

and his advice I* heeded In nearly the water over the field In of then stopped work this noon be maintained for several days.

aU matters by. the government. It Is he same manner In which the actual They demand an Increase of wages I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO/PAN \
more than probable that U he makes Irrigation canals in the reclaimed amounting to five percent and so far. Has Stood The Test 25 Years ,

the matter plain to the Cuban authorities lands distribute the water. The only a few of the mitt owners have The old. original GROVE'S Tasteless .

the quarantine will be raised. exhibit also Includes maps of the Irrigation expressed their willingness to grant Chill Tonic. Too know what you JACKONVILLE. Fla. ,

State Quarantl_ districts of the West the demand. There will be another are tskiak. It Is iron aaj quinine ta i

The quarantine on aU line of railroad Southwest, samples of cereals, fruit conference between representative' a tasteless form. No care no pay. toe '

at the various points where the etc. grown on the Irrigated lands the strikers and the mill owner and ._ Cliase <3c SamQ3r Agenta '
-- ,
roads enter Florida. I* stai a* strict and models of Irrigation plants mar If no settlement' of the difference Is ....... JF"1&.

as It can possibly be made. Everypassenger chlnery. pumps etc. reached. there win not be a spindleor O YEAR* BROWN MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD

entering the State has to The congress win remain la session loom working by next Monday. KXPCXUMCC Cutler Little R; er.

four day and many Interesting addresses -
prodaee satisfactory proof that he or
I'.. : district will be delivered and essay Contractor F. W. Backus I* pushing 1 L i
has not been ja aa Infected
reed. -.sou'wm; be held lathe the work on Dr. Enloc's aw rest. ,
within the preceding: ten day*. Miami Bottling Works
Dr. Hiram Byrd.<< assistant to the morning.1 a* to give the delegates dence which Is being erected on his 1,

State Health Officer. Is stin la charge an opportunity to study the exibltlon lot on Ninth street. The design of Taa c llAMa WAlL & DICKINSON. Props. E \
of the quarantine at Ffomatoa. Ala. during the afternoon. BesUe this new home la similar to that of oc.... | 1

the Junction on the Louisville and the regular' sessions of the congress Dr. Carters', which ls on the east of A--'......._.L-1""' wSckiffk 1m Stnet, (tar .. ... 111a.1 n. J"
there will be many sectional sessionsof the Enloe building. .-,, c.tI.A'. .. \
Nsshvflle Railway forty-two miles .._""" -. :
north rensacola. Since the estab- the various department represented -"- ....fae .,.,. ef o
of -
In the Congress. The sections __ '; .1
Ishment of the quarantine Dr. Byrd A TOUCHING STORY __......._... ..1M
win be presided over a* follow: For I II the saving from death of the baby All Kinds of
baa been keeping a record of all work Rlltrkal.At 'j
estry. Gilford Plachet of the Bureau girl of Geo. A. Eyler. Cumberland. .
done by the train Inspector A dally , -
of Forestry. Washington D. C.; production MX He writes: 'At the age of 11 _..JOf__ t..r a Soft Drinks
report of train Inspection' at this station ;
by Irrigation..Dr. A. C. Trae.
months our little girl was la declining
and aU rater station where there I :ielii
director of experiment station Wash
health with serious Throat Trouble
Is forwardedto PI..1t Att-ti's to AQ Oreen Oat-eMeva Order Poheltet
are quarantine Inspectors ington. D. C.; engineering IDa mechanics. and two physlsas gave her up. We ,
the office of the State Health Officer Frederick H. Newel, of the
were almost ta despair.-when we :resolved
4aO,. These report cantata the U. S. Reclamation Service ClmaloJorr .
to try Dr. King New Discovery DYSPEPSIA CURE:
following Information: : H. E. William, of the C. 8. for Consumption Coughs and

Number of passenger trains Inspected Weather Bureau rural settlement. Colds The first bottle gave relief; Kodo
, ; paraenicers Inspected; freightY'taln Charles W. EberMn. of the Southern after taking four bottles she was DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT
TW.l nE. ...._.cur: a.wn.__.........Mata
Inspected; freight crew Inspect- Pacific Lund Department The cured' and 1s now la perfect health. -..... ,.. ..... ,- -
r ]:' pmtsenger detained' awaiting ev- af ten' dance Is larger than ever and Never falls to relieve and rare a coughor C.
I'raee; paasenrers rejected; sick: passengers he Congress promises to be the most cold. At an dmtrlirt: SIc anJ II

or firight crews; passenger Important and Interesting ever held. guaranteed. Trial bottle free. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendarirr






I I| Tea years ag> when I sailed up'he

DETROIT REPORTS A CASE C National Rifle Tournament Miami river la tbe PrivateeMhere JAMES LOWESUDOT

| were coy Capt. Brlckeir residence on '

1'he south Me and the old tort Dallaa
Being Largely Attended on the north." saUl Mr. Peck of the S HIS WIFE

THE DREADED YEllOW JACK Miami Boat Works Co. this morning ,

A GOOD PLAN The rent ws a wllJernes If one

I would look over into same U. M today
I THE SOUTH. I he wood see as far as the eye can
YOUNG MEN FROM Editor MetrojllI
1 I reach tx-autlful homes _....<<'Iou. ho Former Miami Man Carries Out
I II I THE ARMY AND MILITIA IS ON think a gnat deal better way to
New Orleans til. Iron brtJce
Came From panning: the beau-
Party I In -'VurltiK! the sudden death of LAT I :'i-rlje I b.' a.-'n s of different caniillates Threat and Shoots His Wife
SEA GIRT. N. J.Aa Iful Miami rher. Urg.packing honentaehinr -
, 170 Cases of f Third Itputy. Police Coniui!,.,.lontrrlUrrU '! ,I than ttt |rii..ary >>>tetu as It U
last Tuesday- I ".
.h"I" nyrfae railways.
On Her Arrival West
: at
1JUJetey. )[r. :McAdoo rtfer ..'>*. ant c* "alnh much leis expense. : Key
Fever and 200 Cases of f .. .. New I trmil|l.,. them s one manufacturing plant, warehouses -
Yellow '.I tlit XIUDC w -n h come to would IN* to make
I an.l numerous .ilork. and boat From Miami.
York City from the South as hating Ctrl. X J. August 21.-The al:t tb.'lr shins off lr '''.m-
at Leeville La >f alt sizes an I dencriptlnn. both salimi
Reported I "
Dengue "marked ability Inborn integrity and |I On-iil National Shooting Tournament .ersts to the wale, sad all III .!'own
1 power. an.| wonder that all this
a clinalroui. wnivf of honor.:' I I im-it the nuxpicie. at the National on a log In a row In soma place wherehe
rmdj spring up la the short time often
No class of bI..D1:1 an aterasaof bard for the promotion tt rC<* praij BtoMaliQiare the thickest and "

hiKh'-r: kurct-Kg than the South' j:j:I tlcv opined| at the Sa Girt National the one that can stand h the longest \ )'ar. Key West. Aug. S-James JLLowe,

Detroit Mica Aug. 24. A special nusnioiKjlitlan population. Out )J r.1| Rifle Range: this morning. It U the !ton d.r) tard t-l'-cti i|. This woul.l beatmolutflr of ibis city soot his wife todayand

from Grand Rapid reports a case of McAdoo did not mention the mot.t ihlrj tournament of Its kind over hell fair to all and there world i I fana>ihartc. N. T August 24.- then attempted I1Ilfr.... Low
ibis under the law of Coo'givss The annual reunion of the 1U h Re- met his wife on the arrival of th*
3dTow.e\"u country ten mgeaoat difference belwen thorn and tbe 4<- to country he to chance! f ur fraal mad clinging.

from that IJjhe city. The patient left legations from Eastern. Northern and {,'i; authorizing thtse com petit loot defamation of character by opposing. : 'clment. N. T. V.. better kaowa as the. learner Martinique from )Ibm!. sad

last Tuesday. Western States. In honesty and :;, In tuarkmanfthlp and providing for candidates. or any of the underhand "'Iruohvarted Rt' here escorted her home when tb* tragedy .

9Iew Orleans ability, no comparison can be made 1 ho requisite fund for holding them. trick that are usually: employed la 'oiay: with a large attendance. This took place.

N wbrleani. Aug. 24. -The yellow to the disparagement; of any section.In I flow much the Interest, In these annual a political campaign.! I aflrrnu & there will be pleasure tripe !

today persistence and training to hard tournament hat Increased la ap- A Subscriber. and various entertainments for the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ChaUle of Hat

fever conditions up to noon mark the boy from the Northern farmor j parant from the fart that only flfleen | veterans aDd this evening a campfire burg. .Tena. who have been visiting

-were as follows: village at least equals the Southern teams competed la the tournament in Tbe announcement! of Paul C. Jones 'lat the Farrell Post rooms. The rep their sister. Mrs. R. L Harper far

New cases .. .. .. .. .. .. 1% boy: the fall of lto::. four of them brine for tbe office of city marshal appears 'alit business meeting and memorial the past few Jars, left last light for

Total cases to date .. .. .... 15C8<< It Is by his better manners, by his from the army and nary. Ohio and la today's Tropical Sun aol "Lucky" exerctoes w0I.. held tomorrow. their home at Miami.Times-Caloo.

Deaths today .. .. .. .. .. .. :* 'habitual courtesy that the young man Michigan were tbe only states which Paul seems to be determined that ala ------ ----. -

Deaths to date .. ... .. .. .. 222 from the South often succeeds where sent complete team At the tournament name shall not be changed at the October

hard work alone would bring less results. In 190 which was held In Fort election. Mr. Jones baa served

He goes Into a profession as'a Rile,.. Ka*_ nineteen teams took part the city for three term aa marshal,

SITUATION PITIABLE rule rather than business and there j I' while this year forty teams, representing U a citizen and taxpayer and has been

his appearance his breeding and his nearly every state In the Un a resident of the shores of LakeWorta

AT EY1UE. LA.ew manners secure him good connect,I ion. Ha rail and the District of Columbia since long before the Inception of the Just ReceivedA !

ion and lucrative work. have been entered besides city 'of West Palm Beach. He is a

The Influence of older women has 'trams from tbe C. 8. Infantry and hard jjorklng. Industrious mane and it

Orleans, Aug. 24. The ait* much to do with a young man's suc I'I Cavalry the Nary the marine service elected win make a competent officer.
and the academies at West Point and
s cess. Southern men come to New Tropical Sun.PUILIC.
&tJoD at LeevOle Is described as pit Tork with a social training anda I I Anna pot a.

iable. Tbere are one hundred and seth liking for feminine society that If rot The present meeting: U held under .IS AROUSEDThe

tidy cases f yellow fever and two great value. Such social graces area the supervision of Gen. W. P. Hall. pndllc la aroused to a knowledge

knored'dengue ease under treat.Date good professional asset' la New Tork U. s. A. one of the members of tbe of the euratl\ merles of that "

with only two doctors. Dr. where the power of women la exerted of Rifle Practice representing the great medical conk Electric Bitten. .

much further than appears on the government Capt. Rhodes of the General for tick stomach. Over and kUacys.

Qmarquer formerly of the aavy.went I surface. -New Tork World. Staff. Is post adjutant and Lent Mary H Walters of C4. SL Chair Ave, Big Shipment of both :

to LevUle today aDd additional doe- Albert S. Jones, secretary of the Nat Colombo. 0.. writes: For several i

tort and nurses win be sent as fast I The stern wheel steamer BUcayne.ICapL ional Rifle Association and two army months I was given op to die. I had

be secured. officers will act as statistical officers. I fever and ague my nerves were
.aa they can I S. Bravo commanding arrived .
CapC Alvin H. Graff. First RegimentN. wrecked I could not aDd
Pass Christtsa opened Its doors toaD last night from the keys and left this ; my
J. National Gncrd Is post quartermaster {stomach was so weak from useless
the Mississippi test n. afternoon with a barge loaded with
points on and Capt Hof ordnance officer. ) doctor's drags that I could not eeL
five tank containing 35.000 gallonsof
wept Infected Mississippi cities but Congress has appropriated $1000I Soon after beginning to take Electric
drinking water for the different
=atlll refuses any communication with Ito I I defray the expenses of the tournament Bitten I obtained relief, and la a L
New Orleans. Wilson La, has quar- camps along the extension route. I and the state of New Jersey short time I was entirely cured." Stetsonand

aatlned all freight tralaa south ofBatoa and the National Rifle Association ;Guaranteed at an drug stores; price I

Rouge on the Valley Railroad."The Mrs. J. A. Dana and little daughter. hare also contributed liberally to Insure $0 cent.
Illinois Central has given ordersto Edith left last evening for Sanford. i
the success cf the event.
ran trains at full speed through where they will be the guest of Mrs. The riflemen of the various teams j I Rt Louis. Mow August SI.-The .

Kenner and Hanson City both towns f inns' mother. They wll also visit National Organization of the Buffers
and Individual crack shots tiogan to
being Infected. *The appearance of aliumber I friends at Orlando. Mr. Dann is now arrive here last week and found and Poll(her*,opened Its national convention :-
Lake Providence eligible for membership la the Grass
of new cases i here today. The attendance
I everything ready for their reception.A I
has caused the revival of quarantine Widowers' Association which has city of tents had been erected hack !! Is large and nearly every state In the

that city. quite a strong bold here. :ll'nloa U :
\ against of the nap which win gore amplearromodatlons represented. Many Import.

The fever continues to spread at to all the sharpshooters rant matters concerning wages and I SorosisOxfords

1u'.enlde.: Patterson and St. Mary's Mr. William R. Porter of Key West I alrealy here and those who will 1 hours of labor will be eonalderrej.

Parish but there have lien no fresh the popuar young Insurance man of I _
) arrive here
during today and tomor-
Ceases at Alexandria and Bunkle. It that city and eldest son of Dr.; Jo*. row. Governor Stokes has opened I Seething and CeeJIng.'
In Jefferson. BL T. Porter. State Heath Officer. Is i
-continues( to spread headquarters here and will entertaina The salve tha heal without a scar

4 Charles. St. Beraari aad St. John spending today la Jacksonville. Tie large number nf prominent visitor Is De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Noi

Parishes, which are la close proxjm- will leave this evening for the Battery during the tournament. Several) coy i i remedy effects such speedy relief. It i

Sty to New Orleans. I Park: Hotel A h ville. N. c.. where Us -H>rs. 17. 8. Senator. Bad membersof [draws out laflamatton. soothes cools I
t One new case of yellow: fever has wife and daughter are spending the and heal all cuts burns and braise
I Congress besides other prominent
developed la the Parish prison here I .....011. Jacksonville Metropolis. government official. and officers of A sure cure for piles and skin .ttseaaes. i

but was immediately taken to the hospital DeWltt's Is the only genuine
the army are expected to attend the
ant the prison fumigated. There were only two legal papers thontlng as the guests of the gover. Witch Haul Salve. Beware of

f Dr. Leach, of Minnesota, who came Sled la the clerks's office today a war nor. count: erfH's, they are dangerous. Sold I
here to trr,.neutlo1a as a treatment. II twenty acres for a consideration of by Biscayne Drag CoMr. -
This morning the InJlvIJtul contests i I
leaves Saturday for his horn H* says E. Stewart for the north half of the eTHEY
for the
larioj national Individual -
Ac came to flgbt the mosquitoes and; northeast quarter of the east quarter and Mrs. G. G. Strohm returnedSaturday
championship '*PD. niong the '
tot the doctors.GOUVERNEURS. I of section five, township C:; containing evening from their extended
r I contestant are many member of the I
aa Inspection In order to take ac1200. bridal tour and are now loactej : ARE BEAUTIESTo
competing (team and IndlvUual crack
j Another from J. B. Wofford to ibota from varies dubs affiliated ; at the home of the brides parents.

MEMORIAL ARCH. ] H. R. Klppt rlr. for an andlvlded half Major and Mrs. J. R. Anthony oa the
1th the National RIde Association.The I
I Interest In lot 12 of block 105. for a lake front. Later they expect to gqI
shooting this Kerning stow
Governenr. N. T. August 21. pid consideration of $100.Pleasantly waa I I!to housekeeping occnplng their pretty
firing at the 200. SG). l'0 and COO
Home Week, the centennial celebration I ; home on Datura streetDENVER.COLORADO.AND
md ranges. It win be followed Immediately -
of this town, began here Effective. I
: by a rapid ere contest at :
this -morning. }T.---"Stn'eta were RETURN
2 W and 600 yards. That will those who
end tcIar' appreciate a good
JUJeJ with visitors from the neighboring ONLY 3S.tS.. VIA L A N. R. R.
Never In the way BO trouble to carry : program. The pro ram for tomorrow -I
district and the
flag on
easy to take, pleasant and never morning Includes skirmish ,
part, every building gave the i falling la results are De-Witt's Little runs In the national Individual match. i Tickets sold August 13th to September perfect fitting snappy shoe we t

Iowa, a festive appearance. The principal :3d Inclusive, limited September I
Risers. These famous little
event of the celebration which pills Early are a certain guarantee against +i Individual In the afternoon contestants the pistol win take match for Itth 10 return and by payment of fee i incite you to examine ,our line of

wQl .dose on August '30.. will be the headache biliousness, torpid liver | placeIn of So) cent_ ai time of deposit limit
three divisions, slow
timid and ra'i I
dedication of the. marble memorial and all of the Ills resulting from con- pid are.The will be extended until October "th. i
-arch erected by the citizens to com- stipatloa. They tonic and strengthen I II Only one change of cars via L. A .
s team shooting contest wilt I
'fmemorate the centennial of Gonver- the liver. Cure JaunJIce Sold by the N. with dining car service through.
teem and to honor the memory of Its ilscayne Drug Co. begin until Saturday. It will be openat Liberal stopover privileges. A great
8 a. ru. with slow firing at 10 Sorosis for Ladies and
pioneers and soldiers. The arch opportunity: toUlt Colorado at very a
and eon yards and win be followed Immediately
stands tt the Mala street park entrance This morning Capt Montcalm Brow small cost.
by the 200 and "*)> yards
is 21 feet high with a ten toot art arrived from Jacksonville and I Full Information and steeping car
rapid contest There will be
span and thirteen foot clearing. The chartered the tug Dauntless for the j jpnrpoKe no reservations given prompt attentionon t
i i i vbootlng On the
i on Sunday. Mor.Jay :
treat of the top of Ihe arch bears the of !going over to Salt Key application to Ceo. E. Herring. F. Children
national team hooting ftutch will be
Inscription "Lest We Forget" while where he will Inspect the wrecked P. A. L. N. R. R. Jacksonville. Fli.8K851 '
continued and on Tuesday It will be
Ole keystone of tie arch bean the steamer Endanla which went ashore :
concluded with skirmish runs. OnWtbdnesday
taacriptloa "Gouvernenr' Centennial there lait winter. It has been said ,

XN5." that since the vessel went agrounl the various trophy match] INDIGESTION CURED and Stetson for. Men
.>. will begin which will end on Saint- I
she has been dynamited and as Capt. j i jday. '
o I September J.
'REGIMENTAL REUNIONS. Broward was awarded the contract There Is no case of In llgestton. dysepala -
; Among the prizes fo be competes
to float her, and If this rumor la true i( or stomach trouble that will not

Utica N. T. August 24.':'The nr- It wm be out of the question to raise fur n the team shoaling are the gov'ercment :yield to tbe Ugestlve and strengthening

rlvors of the 117th Regiment N. T. the steamer so the Captain will makea I trophy authorized by Congress Influence of KoJoI Dyspepsia Core.

"V. are celebratiag helr annual reunIon personal Inspection In order to action the famous Hilton trophy, pre- This remedy takes the strata off the

today at Summit Park. They with a view of getting a release Rented by the late Judge Hilton and stomach by digesting: w''tat you eat aDdaJIo..lql' There better madeBUFdiDe1
tb- bran Soldier of Marathon.." are no
: <
to until It
inarched out this morning and after from his contract The Danatlecs ., rut grows strong
yJ luncheon !, wr-to.1 r.r the <>iamandertnrhlefon again. Kolol Dyspepsia Cure affords: ,
held a business meeting followed the terminal dock this afternoon. Tb-
a with behalf of the F:ate of New York quick and permanent relief from Indigestion -
by campnre speeches. Endanla waa loaded with cotton seed i
zinging nf cU campaign songs and and oiL f>rh Trophy carries with It a money and aU stomach trouU *, >uId4<

refreshments. rrixe end In-Mrl-fnM medals to'the up the *T'>a and so purifies that die
FIENDISH SUFFERINGIs ni.Trrni cf -Icforious team The lase can cot attack and gala a foot
PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE prizes competed for la the National hold as .ben la a wea lene.l coalition.

often canted by sores nicer aolcancers I''RISe AMortatbm contests Include the The cm taa'ty lr.crn"IIC ue cf KoiolDjspepsla

J. D. Runyan. of Butlervllle.. tell that eat away your skin. W !' \\"Itnt.I."on Cup. the Locth Cup. the Cure by physicians of hos- : ,

Je peculiar: disappearance of his paiD;I Bedell, of Flat Rock. Mich says: -I Hale silver target stiver medals and ten how this most wonderful modern

Val symptoms, of Indigestion and baioasnes have used BncUln's Arnica Salve, for es-h prize aggregating over $l. discovery hat proven to be tbe greatest W. M.

< .to Dr. K1n '. New Life PUlL fleers. Sore. and Cancer It U the ,The last event,' .on the program Is dlgts'ant.for the alleviation of a

He' says: They are a perfect rernefly. best healing dressing t ever found. the PrevMent's match for a champ- suffering humanity. Its many cures of ,

for dizziness. sour stomach headacae Soothes aad heals cuts, burn and i kinship emblem 10 (n cash and a both children and a
constlpaUoa, etc..* Guaranteedat scalds. ::;c at an drug stores. Guar,jCommeudatcTT autograph letter from day by day Soil by Biscayne Drug .

all drag stores, price 25c. anteed. the President Company. t -

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II. M. KING eta Roll Tajlur was among those I )lr. -- .
ant) Mrs. W. M. BurJlne and : Those who knew
Mr. grad Mrs Joe
nn (he northtwunJ j
train last alcht.1IfII.I
rI TOWN TOPICS. ; Undertake and Embalmer Taylor giH-s to ItaHuca for an Indefin- I j IViMie. arrltrd last night from thrlr II. 1\0",.. who resided la Miami for

Its II.,.. I U>nxl li la MlulMlppI ana Alabama. I ITbvT some time, baring gone to'jacksoa-

\ Money to loan. Merritt A Kolb. real 1300 AVENUE; D 0# I I II return much lnproTt4 from the yUr.- this year t<> live' will\ regret to

estate agents, Miami Fla. *lf Psi.oast arUBtloB Gina to Al' Call. Mrs! pleasant visit and drllghtfil outing. > learn that Mr.' rVttja' father X. T.
.4 II. Prlee-tt'llllams and Missestilady r.
Petty very' low at JacksoavU.
\ and nonlIant'd last night T. J. Overton has "'.annd from his land
_.. his life despaired of. Three .
. of West -- --- pays.fctoa
Miss Florence Hlggins. -- fur Atlanta ,
Mlsa Gladys goes to tree weeks' vacation In and
Palm Beach has just come down fromthat Money to Iou on Improved property. Not long ago a Miami Sunday school hate her eyes treated and [ aad two trained nurses ire Uicoastaat
they win
the which his Minis
Joke trlt'd.'o
city to continue her musical studies O. 8. Amsden. Cocoanut Grove, or 1La teacher who has charge of a number alto tUlt while In I attendance sad all to being
Gtorgla.Vvd spring oa him fell flat fut h* returns done for
at the Miami Conservatory of Price, Miami of bright youngsters, pot a rather difficult comfort that to posalb
enjoying "stacU MrsseJaesa.
Music. question to her class and swing
\\ was received here this j I
Mr*. V. A. RuflTerford write that them lusty puzzled followed It up mornIng Th. Dairy LaD "'..hlcla became tame
from Capt.Meloy from New Haven. Mrs., Tackosh and Mrs. Foster who
Mules for rent by day. Hauling the I* now In Washington D. C. and 1I'1lh.M"hf, aren't any of you boys oos last winter for Its excellent serve
Conn, advising that he and Mrs, Me-, ,have been spending a few months isNew
plowing and general teaming. Can at will return bomebout the ant of going to be lawyers One HtUe face Ic* and tidy appearance ha opened
loT had arrived there safrly aaj that I York retimed to Miami last
McNelTa Stable, Miami. lOt next month. lighted up and he quickly responded n* door again to ib* nubile, this time
the Captain would start Immediately night aad win go to their homes la
"We slut goln' to tell no however la the Front bolding oa IJth
Ifew'b another yacht which he win Cutter today.Father .
Dr. Mclvar Law. dentist and physician Robert R. Taylor and imlly hare j street. A visit to this seat aid lavtv
I down here for the winter.
and young son. Mclvar. are visiting moved Into the house near Eleventh Professor Andrew Sleddjwesldent of lag place wUl make\ oa* ba.,,,.. Her
: Kennedy, of 8L Ana's church
CoL J.-W. Boyd at his home on street aDd Avenue B, recently vacated the t'niversliy of Florida at Lake aaytblng .la the way of fresh milt bat.
left Saturday night for JaeksoavWe
Eighth street. They will make only by Mr. Eagger. City is in the city for the purpose of The launch Seminole was hauled lee and cbees* can b* had light ranches
their looking through the experimental station out oa the Miami, Boat Works waysyesterday I and other poiats to enjoy a vacation
a short stay before returning to several or heavy dinners are leered with
weeks. Father of
home la Klsstmmee. Today workmen are encased la tak- here with Prof. Rolfs. The trip std Is receiving a general I a 1arryrty*.
Tampa. Is acting here aid at Mlamlduring
overhauling. This launch la the -

lac up the sidewalk alone Avenue D here Is more to meet Prof. Rolfs, who the vacation.

.W. Hugh Coombs left last week for from 12th to ISih street anJ la 1*. has charge of this station. In order of Capt. Abert Hlenkrt. and Is priest's Mr. and Mrs Ring and caOdreft
among the swiftest of Its class la these
Jacksonville, where be will be connected will be laid concrete that the two stations can work la
place pavement waters. W. H. Joaastoa aid little daafhter have coat to Miami and are occupyme

with Chas. dark's undertakingstabllahment harmony. are expected to arrive tonight Little U* Slice cottage oa llth street

for the next few weeks Cottle has. been visiting with" her Dear Avenue & Mr. Ring win work
during the absence of )(r.. Clarkwho Madam Grundy win have It that L. B. Safford. of the. Bush *: Safford The large warehouse of the Beanie grandparents at Crtffla. G*, std Mr. oa ta* tendon aad visit ... faaUly

has cone to New York on lualneas. there are several wedding to come Piano Company, left.Wednesday for Uae II advancing rapidly to completion !.Jonaaoa after a few day stay at the her when posal&l Mr. W...........

off:la Miami before many .weeks and Palm Beach and from there be win This building II on the south side of same place west to New York and to now with Mr. Ring will goon brtas

.Aetu dltitatts tad wppUss, far she la generally correct la her state go to New York for the purpose of the Miami River, between Avenues D 'PhnaJelphla. where he spent a most ato family h... also sad they will trt.

ate by Trsrr a AIMNIL meats selling his Interest la aa apartment aa4 C. sad aa BOOB as the baOdlac ,eelgatfal two weeks ta ta* Cottage two door free Mr.

building In that city aDd Investing Is completed work will be commenced .....L This make svral faaUlea

A letter from Mrs. E. L. Whlte.who la real estate la Miami. Mr. Safford who win lire la Miami
Ur. and Mrs Floyd ChaUle reached on large 1I"hart.The The Miami Boat Works Company II.. while thtr baa.
vent to AshevUe. N. C, a few days Miami on Tuesday. They are Just states that he has such great confidence beefy at work oa a t1lrt,-.... foot aa* : buds ban position on th* eatea- J

ago to Join her husband, who Is from a honeymoon la Tennessee and In the future of the Magic City Art Stone Construction Co. tae Diary yacht for Commodore Monroe i alas. 14
that be is ready to take this step aDd ,
pending the summer there for the I
and Intend to make this of Cocoaaat
i Kentucky city name of the new stone company a no- Grove. This sew yacht
benefit of their home. win be eleven foot beam r
and two foot la
Is tire of which appeared la these columns response to a telegram lira F.B.
much Improved and that the weata- I IclDe.
draft equipped with a modem gas en JauOoa ass gooe to her soy. has Jaw
er there -deUftful and pleasant The Miami baseball team returned a few days ago. has commenced I
The new liny-foot flag pole for the It wflT ... beautifully finishedaaj t Jon.. at Lone Star. 8. C, who .to very
work the erection'of
home Wednesday from their disastrous on Its building at
Halcyon Hall Hotel has been erected It la expected that she will have :'m and sot able to com to his hop
A letter from Ina Jandon who tour of the east coast. anJ although the fool of Avenue D. The companywill
non and a small but Imposing cupola Is I treat speed/ I II!!bvr.. Mr. Jaadoa ha. not been strong
defeated la the majority of hare the bonding up and completed
his vacation In South Carolina.state t I
being built around It. It I. la the I f for some months bat has kept to hla
that he Is not In good health games played they have enjoyed the so when the machinery arrives It ,
center of the building and commands Mr., Ceo. 0. Carrie the young and work la the Red Cross pharmacy oaths
and will not be able to return now trip and report having been be Installed and ready for opera- I
an attractive position.Mr. royallyl energetic mayor of West Palm Beach. few wtvka asp chin he len for bas
as was his Intention. It may be a treated at every plae*.vUlteJ The promoters- of this new ester
was attending to profmaioaal matters vacation all has been la very poor'
month before be Is back to his position the 111 teams and the public. Tuesday p ets. are enthusiastic over their lame !
and Mrs. Mitchell D. Price arrived la Miami, yesterday. Mr., Carrie Informs I health since arriving la South CaroUna. .
In the Red Cross Pharmacy.Use afternoon the team pIaed.t ID""l'Dture and are confident tnacibey I
Tuesday from a few weeks' as that he win not b* a caaJtdat Ills many friends sincerely see
Palatka the win serar a large portion of the
-- and won cab, a SCOT
trip to New York. On account of the la the approaching election to crwt Warning of hla m... and ......
Bradley fertfllasn far aft crops.. of. to r stone busiaeM la this and other t'ltln.I i I
quarantine they decided It best not I succeed himself as mayor of the Cottage fur hint a speedy recovery.I .
j., E. T-""""-. Agent I
to go to Texas, where they had started City lie has filled the office now'two '
the Mr. George W. Herndon who for It Is seldom that we hear of aa ed-. terms aid fcla that
but spent the time la north U Is about I la keeping with their progressive '
That enterprising firm the tar A the past several yiars has been assistant nested mule outside of the trained aa1tmal ,i lime for him to ml,.. There to no I I spirit, the proprietor of tIM Miami

and Safford, Piano Co. are furnishing wef manager of the Western Union shows j jaa doubt that his universal
For Rent Large light -ventilates and very seldom tho-re.1 popularity Bust Works Co.. have recently Installed .
e the SL Catherine's Convent with office room la Hatchett building Telegraph offiew In this city, 1I"InI..e It Is said a male Is a hard prop- j would reelect him If he desired to toUr the largest gas engine which'....

their pianos The latest purchase of 1 on Twelfth street by Spiers .t: Her the first of next month for Jacksonville osltloa to tuba Bat W. B. Don y I the race. evrr bra placed this elt'..... which
the Sisters Is a Steinway Vertegrand. der. nf where he will enter the office i
can irnthfuny assert that he has a to uses for hailing boats out of the
which is model of classic design of the at that place. Mr.
a company
rained animal of this variety and If A busy place today Is at CaptRosVswon water oa their ways Some Idea of tae
and tonal beauty.Mr. The roof of the FtnleyDanlelabuilding Herndon is regarded as one of the
the reader had prep present early yard, which U located at the I capacity of this engine can .. had
Is being put on today. This best telegraphers In the country and
yesterday morning be could have j foot of Aveno D. Tae Captala has rhea It to knows thai It only takes.
C. H. Bradley agent of the F. building has a frontage of 215 feet It is with great rttnctsacy' that'Maa proved his
aasenldn. Mr. Dorsey has I' Just received .tee. machine for manufacturing six: minutes to haul a boat out. as
and Is three stories high It baa ten ager McDonald parts with his sera ,
In this returned homeon his
E. C. R'y city la stable lot a pump rrom wQch {I artificial stone and by It against Ibe old mule system It took

Monday from a visit of two or storerooms 25x100: feet on the first It Fs he supplies water for the stock. He a* caa tarn GOt at_ la say ac,... from on* half to four hours accord-

three weeks with relatives and frlenos floor the two upper stories win be was attracted by a noise In Ihe yard I color or' shape. This business has. become lag to the lost Beside this Improve

at Jacksonville and other points lathe used for hotel purposes. Don Knight who is a reddent of and upon investigation unnerved that an Importaat factor la the building meat the concern has placed ta a

State and Georgia. He II much the peninsula la the vlncinlty of Canaveral the mule.becomlnrhlrsty. had clinched circles of this city there are a somber of turning lathes planer and

Improved In health.WantedIS W. E. Knoch. of Nashville, Tenn reports to his friends who re- the handle bf'I.hIa, teeth tae aumber of aaadsoeae resMeacrs aid I other machinery which la seed ta toe

brother of Theo Knoch. of the Drake site In our town that during a recent was working the pump. When a sufficient business blocks aaJvr construction at I coastroctVm of shipbuilding. This
men la each Slate to Produce Company has accepted a walk from DeSoto to Canaveral Light.
j quantity of water had been this writing an of which win add attractiveness enD carries a large pay roll and to
travel, tack signs and distribute samples position as assistant maaager of the a distance of about six miles, ae pumped hla maleshlp drank to his to Its particular location. busy year la sad year out It ha. a
and circulars of our goods Sal Western Union Teleegraph omce in counted the carcasses of seventeen heart's
content after which he lazily Recently' this yard received tram cars great future before It aa.l ranks foremost
art $75.00: pr month $100 per day this city, where with his family, he deer lying on the ground killed by sannlered to a convenient corner' and 'which greatly facflitatfs the handling la the business world of tIM bnst-

for expenses. Knhlmaa Co. Dept 8, wUl make his future home. the forest fire that swept that section lay down- Gainesville Sun. of these immense stone blocks flog Magic, City of the East Coast

Atlas building. Chicago on JuITadThll lea most unusual -- -- -
The wails of the five stores whichare occurrence and indicates somethingof -

Tom McGahey left Saturday night being erected by the Miami Contracting the fierceness and terror of a Florida

for Lochcoosa. Fla, to spend his vacation Co, of which W. W. Prout forest" fire. --Cocoa and Rockledge

1t with friends and Us mother, Is president are fast assuming pro Newt I

who Is visiting there. Miss UtIle portions. This block Is being erected Gr Sacrifice Sale'at

McGahey. has sister win Join him tnJaeksonvnie out of concrete and stone moulded The third story addition to the

about the first of September to resemble blocks and which win Townley building at the corner: of

and accompany him home. give the building a massive appear 12th street and Avenue C. Is fast being

Mrs McGahey win return later. ance. raised to Its Intended heighten

by the end of this week the roof win Burdine & Quarterman
>Bradley t nsse an De Itsst. Miss Uzzle Will Gamer whom be In place. When completed the

For sale by J. K. 1..mrwl K1ud. many will remember as having spent block win be one of the handsomest

a year la Miami with Mrs. R- B. Mgr in the city. The first floor la occupiedby .

The friend of Miss Anna Peck win Lendoa. arrived last night much to the Red Cross Pharmacy and Isi

be delighted to know that she to not the surprise and pleasure of her numerous dore Cohen I: Co. The second Is divided

only enjoying her trip In the North. I friends. She has been teachingfor into a number of* large once

but has Improved very much In health the past year at the Orphanageat rooms and the third win be used by

which has been poor since her narrowcape Arcadia and Is spending her vacation the local lodge of Elks. for meetingand All lines will suffer this week, especially in the dress

from drowning at Daytona at Palm Beach and Miami While club purposes.

hat year. She 1* now visiting In here abe wffl be the guesl of Miss
goods department. In this salp l prices have taken
Connecticut after a time spent In Lulu McLendon on Thirteenth street Ninth street is becoming noted for a ter-

New York aad ail remain north untfl Its numerous handsome residences.At

falL FOR SALE the corner of that street and the rible tumble and this is surely your opportunity to lay

Four lots one-half mile from CourtHouse Boulevard. Mr., Melvln. Is having an .

Miss Ruby Coates. who has been : cottage, hennery stable good artistic cottage built and which Is I' in a supply for the hot summer months. Monday is the

teaching In the Baptist Orphanage well of water: an set out la good growing nearly completed. Across the street '

at Arcadia for several month past grape fruit and other trees; rod l are t>r. Easters and Dr. Ealoe's resIdences. ': day. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED

returned home Saturday night The road. Particulars, box 453. Miami tf which would add dignity to

poor health oi her mother and the I tny fashionable quarter. On the lot '

absence of her sister, Mrs. tattle! wet of RtoSt.n1l".tr.. handsome I

Morrison, necessitated Miss Coates' home, b. Is having: another large residence .
return home to be with her mother For Sale built which Is to be completed

and although the Orphanage will I this: faIL Further down the street Monday August 28 .

greatly mlsa such a faithful worker I iGood. i-between Avenues B and C. Mr. J. C. .
( Monte nod 6 Lots located ,
the members of the Baptist church Canvas, two-story residence Is fast .

and Sunday school are most happy D.**, 11 acres of good i 'nearing completion and It Is expected I

/ to welcome her back among them. track I ra..t rock road. PriceS15OO. : i I that lie win be able to move In during .

her ** I II the coming week. The only thing:that ,,,
U yon want fanmasra. coaoatt J. K.Lavmu. I remains to make this thoroughfare' Burdine &
Quarterman Corner Ave. C 12th St.
S. G. Zimmennann\ Miami
agent far th.* all roBabtoBraOtyl t''complete Is the paving of the street. ,I .I, ,

good Miami. Florida which win likely be done goon.f j j I


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Enthusiastic Meetingat CHAPPELLE I

What Is Going On In the Land of tile And Net the Wind tile Caws ef Mir PLANT TO

Whitewash Hall. As Archbishop of New Orleans Several Grapefruit and Pin. quit*** Being Plentiful

Others Also Mention BE LOCATED .HERE

Grove are looking line and promise For the past several week the eiI -

-- The Mobile Hf'raldAmOUI much fruit at EasiCake.Scnpernong Ire East Cast and for that matter. ,

The air of Whitewash Hall wa* laden seated rocking chair on Us bad the prelate mentioned by the easl grapes are plentiful h I I the whole State, has been over abundantly -

with the perfume of heUotrope.Cne' porch. mixed: the rubber milk with honey era press for the archbUhopric oNew the market.. -Banford Chronicle. supplied with nxwqulto*. wt AGENT OF NEW JERSEY CONCERN

and other ex. drank about three quarts of It and Orleans" says a Catholic laj Manatee' county expects to have i Ii In some localities have made life mil IS NOW EXAMINING INTO
purity perfume was lulled to sleep' by a buzzing sound
of lace and flash. man. Mare Right Rev. E. P. Allen. floe display of citrus fruits at tile enable and caused many a man to sin. THE QUANTITY OF FRUIT THAT
tracU. A shimmer When he awoke. about 4 P. M. his Mobile RL Rev. Theordore
bishop of ; fair. Orange County Ri -
Tampa Miami has been on* of the place 10 CAN SE. HAD IN THIS SECTION
ling ewel pervaded and an air thabowed bead seemed to be full okwheels and< Meeracham tlcar apoatlllc of OkUhoma .
I porter. aTllcted' and long and heated have
something wa hatching pro his eye sight wa Jim. He rubbed his and the Indian Territory: Rl The Manatee River Journal.,.. the been the discussions aa to the cause FOR MANUFACTURING, PUR

tale; head to find out what the buzulnj Rev. Van Je Yea. blabop of Uatacbo odoriferous guava Is now la the land of their presence.Soue. POSES

President Buttonwood, Sawyer announced meant and encountered_ swarm of ches and the RL Rev. Van de Vyvet, the market being wen supplied. a* previously stated la the

that after the band had renJ bees. They being disturbed commented !'- of Richmond. .
bishop of the Keystone
Philip Moore, proprietor Metropolis, are firm In the belief that
eyed "Walt till the cloud roll 11DiaDah < to puncture him. He tried to move "If Bishop Allen should be appointed about
Pinery. Orlando averages
mosquitoes are controlled entirely b:, If plan sow under eoatmpIaUoa
a collecton would tmn>eJIatly <- but found that while the honey had Archbishop Chapprlle' successor I&lIa-
2 crates a day. and says very
be taken up. The member with gone to his bead that the rubber bad the Catholic of this diocese would factory returns were obtainedIn the wind; that they fly sad mtgrat material. Miami Is to have a. nowindustry

this announcement all started to their worked down and fastened him firmly; congratulate him on his preferment the vicinity of Crescent City al. against It. others contend' that they; the Jlk* of which I* not now

but It wa the chair and the extreme heat had go with It. while ctlll others optnethat
for the door < to ,
feet but they would regret sincerely to ; fruit trees have made a fine growth to do wW la the State and probably ta the
then Informe. opened his and turned him Into the wind has nothing
The pores
locked. .President
lose him as their episcopal father and both orange grove and peach orchards country. C ..
the board that he had Instructed the a honey and rubber barreL their flight.
Bishop Allen Is a wise conservative are In fine condition class number II The venture U venture It h
a bear trop beneath In this latter or may *
Janlto rto place He called loudly for help and his
and deeply' consecrated prelate' and The Miami Metropolis says citrus

each window, so the members might neighbors came and tried In vain to.. his good work In this diocese has been trees' and fruit are doing well the Dr. N. 8. Bnrnham. who advance I affected' the. called win be a factory for th* manufacture
tile mosquito *
as well rest eair. Mach eye-rolllni extricate hm. They sent to the waterfront strongly felt and remarked. heavy rain aiding to destroy some la- theory that of cocoaaat food products.
atmospheric coo-
and loud|gTo nL and got anchors pulleys an.ropes "The RL Rev. Edward Fitzgerald sects. Some fan vegetable are being and controlled by and bl-product. and so Interested cue
After the overture the hats wen and Commodore Deadeye, who I dlltons. or flat they are plentiful and
of Little Rock Is the senior bishop of '
: set' out.Sweet tile promoters of the Industry la the
la low
around and collections resulted active when the barometer
passed said he had seen a similar thing happen -
the of New Orleans and
province and
velvet bean
as follows: six dynamite caps four once on Staten Island had a SpanIsh potatoes, scarce when It ls high. Th doctor plaa that they have Mat a man to
be considered In
naturally connection -
collar buttons (bone) ten campalgi plnchbar. sundry clove hitches, other crops are growing fine and has made study of this question for this section for the purpose of looking .
woth the
arehblanoprical vacancy
badges, Inscribed "rote for Canhslde etc. made, and by the aid of Mr. Montgomery but for the fact that he la Ii seem to have outgrown the effect the put two or three year and he Is over the country: and determine
of the cold In February
and 1n craps we trust eight belated and banker Stlmp's team. Bin firm la hi* convictions' that the pier
feeble health. Bishop Fitzgerald by I what quaatlty of the trait eaa b* h4i
Canadian feel that Yankees an
tickets for the prize Piano. two smooth was finally detached leaving however epee and absence of the aaaoytng BlUe -
the way Is one of the few American proverbially boastful but they smile i and secured for manufacturing
hundred and eight parposes.
Blekle and seven afl his flesh to cover the attachment pests Is due entirely to atmospherle
dollar In J. Hnbbard Cheatham gold think who took part In the vatlcai over the fact that It remained for )lr.
The proprietor of Peacock Inn barIng I
eertificat: also fourteen of H. J. Sarkbardt' council held thirty-fire year age William Warjtock. of Goderlch. Oat Yesterday morning he remarked to This rpraUUva la Mr. oha T.
on hand a manatee skin for seten -
which declared the dogma of thepope' !
advertisement to raise the: largest squash eYeI'11'OW'L '
"The barometer Cox. of Nw Jersey who bar
tine purposes kindly let Dr. Sure a Metropolis reporter cam
Jan as the announcement was made infallibility la deciding questions This mammoth'pquash weighed Watch the moaquRoea gel two ...Ita
JdD'have pan of It. and aa It matchedBW' la rising. ago and without giving
of doctrines morals an4
an unearthly yen was beard followed and ; 401 pound Klsslmmee VaDej the afternoon the out the of
complexion. It was grafted oa 1It'IJ'ftr.Late' la object his basin** char
and rattling of chains and a still more noteworthy fact U thai C.utee.l'nIt and Produce News.
by groans called the attention of tent the Jupiter
The Colonel says that since the opeatlon doctor again CapC Enoch Rosa,
hurt MassiJohn. he Is one of the two bishops of all
cries of "Please dont
he has had a great longing for the reporter to the fact that there had nol went on a tour of the lower. seat
." DonX please lira Sheri the world-(he other being a French LOOKING AT DREDGESIt
garden sass and he also eats a bale ol been a very perceptible rise la the bout During this Urn h* sad th*
Frohawk." The! janitor bl.bop.110 voted against the declaratloo -
"Oh. Mama
hay a week, that the scow, or manatee barometer daring the day. and added:: Caput have visited aU the, pUcawher
flew down stairs and f ona J In the beat of the dogma It was remarked '
element In him might be astir .begins to look as If Governor "See if the mosquitoes not lees cocoaaat' abound and roughly
trap under' fIle northeast window Pro- at the time' that It was a
fled. Broward was really la earnest In regard active tomorrow. estimating they have located fully
feuor Hearsay Quackenbnsh. of North case of the Little Rock against' the
Miami who had been heard to remark In the rear of the hall some one Big Rock. to his plans for tbe drainage and What there la la thl theory Is proven sixty thousand bearing tre and forty

sew shouted "Nebby-cnt nezzer." CoL Bill reclamation of the territory known at by the fact that the moaqultoei thousand younger one that win
,that he was too high toned to 7A number of the bishops of the
with Cocoanut Grove trash but said that was the second time be had the Everglade About a week ago have decreased fully Dfty per cent today within a year or two b* fruiting.
date so-called Galilean went to the
and been Insulted In five hour that afternoon the Jacksonville papers staled that to what they were yesterday. 01 Th. return to the city was mad
the Grove a
who visited one
council with their mind made
while for the New York one low down white black Re- ; np Governor .n.tln. Broward and when the barometer begaa to rt*.. late yesterday afternoon sad this
to report .
to the declaration of the
Tribune. He.will be Indicted for but- pnblicah asking him If be did not feel' oppose dogma their seven daughter had started on If the doctor I* correct la his opinion moraine Mr. CM was ea by a Metropolis
under consideration
tin' In and riotln.* like a reseated bilL He farther said ; not that theyfailed an extended trip west and It was then ten the theory of the wind bringing I reporter and questioned about
to the doctrine but
Anxiety being relieved the treasur that the simple life was not a success; accept thought that the trip was purely ODe sod carrying away the moaqultdM hi* eaurprt. H* stated that h* la

er. F. Lawton Gasbag was called upon that Mrs. Culpeper had threatened him simply on the ground of expediency.But of pleasure. Now It develops that the bus been proves to be without foundation imply the representative, of a very

for a report which was made aa follows with a divorce and aa to the gems after listening to the discussions Governor will combine business with and the real cause discovered. rich concern that desires to locals a '

: elas'icus. It bad made aim can until air opponents of the Infallibility declaration pleasure, a* will be shown by the following la support of the barometer theory, cocoanut food maaufa4 sting and 111-

Items: expense-For soap boxea for the elders bad threatened to fire him Jolntd the majority UaJen. i takes from a recent issue c aU boatmen and seamen *tat* that the product plant her, and that h* to

spittoons. saUl sawdust $211: Jani out of the church. The board then with the exception of Bishop Fitzgerald the Chicago Record-Herald: barometer hat been aauuaHy low sot la a position to speak aataoriU'

tor. fl02: chloride of Urn*. S3S7; mosquito sang "AH flesh U CJ'UL" and one French prelate. These The Everglade of Florida which and unsteady aH tie summer and dor lively oa what win b* don*, though

chair 91.98; electric Ulbt.a.tIIlcnr Ughtfoot Jones chalrmaV of UM two bishops after the final vote had comprise more than four million acre, tag which period the mosquitoes haviba he will probably report favorably oath

( ) $7.82: board of health eertI- committee on public highway, said been taken bowed gracefully to the win be drained and brought Into a Ole worst ever knows 'CIa UM erection of th* plaat her.
he had engaged the splendid piece ol decision of the council and were a*
ncatc.gave health officer three bottles condition for cultivation If the mission Cut Coat Mr. Cox stated that a* baa, bad]
road Mr. Alfred Peacock bad made U strong la their championship of the
Three Feather. $4143 Including of Governor N. B. Broward and AttorneyGeneral twenty yean experience ta th*
front of his residence for the next dogma as the bishops oa the majority .
freight on I!. C. R. R. In explaining W.H.EUU. of tbe Pealasa- SHOAL PATCH LOCATED maaafactar* and making of cocoaaat
Cakewalk. Ladle and gentlemen most aide.
his report the treasurer said that last lar State prove sacees: fuL The two food a the Wet Indie, and that
wear rubber-tired slippers.
fun mooD there was a balance on ban Petals Shahs officers arrived at the Auditorium last Tie commanding officer of tile coast the fruit la of mach y.ra* roaaer.
reported oa Polar
of forty-lour cents la the treasury but expedition saying that ],(r. Peary had Card from Mm DlII."e sight and today they win begin aa. sad geodetic survey steamer ,Hydro dally, when properly' prepaid. He r

b* had a dream and consulted: with him Inspection here of dredging machinery grapher! reports the existence of a hit wrtttea al* employers of the,*-
requested' to Jots to attend to
Rogers.Rockyfenow who told him with Palm Beach. Aug. 11. which win be ased la transforming shoal pajca with a least depth of 1' ran of hit tavwtlgatloaa oa the
the shoe department but a* he had to
thai combtnanlon be could go to tho'E. deliver temperance lecture at North Editor Metropolis I note aa article the condition of the Everglade Tb feet' over It. Th shoal having leA lower coat and la expecting dvlcea

C. R. R. extension and come ont Miami and read a thaw oa -Poultryby la your paper of August 17th. executive Is accompanied' by his wtf than 12 fK over It la about 1M feet from' them ta a few day*. la the

with the long green. He listened to Rogers :Nlghf. was obliged to decline. wherein the author of said article and seven children who win go to kmg B a Bonhat and aonthw ....t... lie will make aa taapctVio 1

and lost the combination. He Waukesha while Ee and Mr. Ellis dlrectuw. about "J feet wU. gad U 1 her
told Urn he He said tha be atm adhere to the says that I was taken ont" of the of UM coast between and Wt

then threatened Rogers: theory that tai oalz Mil to reach game of base ball played here between transact their basis*.** here. sarroaad' by "ptaa of" II feet; Its Palm Beach to aacrtala the monat

would expose him la Nobodies Magacae. pole la by tunnel and that he U convinced the Miami sad Palm Beach middle Be about I I-* miles aoath- of coeoaaat hat caa b* bad from that
told him togo
Rogers Rockyfcllow west by wM M wet from Triumph
the earth Is hollow and fun ufmolsnes GEo. O RAMBO territory.
I bad woo the
skits In the saw-crass, which to- 'ellII&atur gamefor
nit smarted T. Lawson Gasbag who ,elsa why do sngarcaa. sugar Palm Beach." The plain fads are Reef beacon 0. sad th* range of the rail h* receive farther astr e-

apple and other things taste so right *dg* of Fowry Rock Ughtboa trust Mr. Cox doe lICIt car to go into
the MlamUa bat th
aid that he would pay back that forty game through Wll KJMVN Miami Dies atrya Bnei
sweet! M th* left edge of Bach Shoal .... detail *f the operation ef the nropo-
four gene U It took a thousand years errors. There was not aaearned If Heart Failura.Mr. .
A large number of colored gentlemen fOIl pasae ovtr th* shoaL *4 pra.t and the many product It
and a chicken and show Rogers that rua mad by either team la the first
announced that they were wining The oBcial wm bear To avoid this shoal when pawing wU tara OIl&. If located bar*.
he was aa honest man Load cheer game. score me
to accept this theory and go' to digging well kaowacontractor t"tM Hawk Cbaaart sal 1-4 -
N. B. Keeaey. la
and cries of "e-reuled flnanc, taint out la this statement *
aa soon a* the company U or del to 1 mile aonhatward of Mar- WILUHOLO THEIP OWN
ed Boaey, $neb him. etc" There was only qp* run made by of this city. Is la receipt .-
--'- FUh Shoal Rock
ganised. e i- rot heats Fowry
"'Order' being teetered It wu unanimously the Palm Beach team while I ample I at a letter this week aaaonadag the
Major Swayback Uttlefoot presidentof O. of Bgaibona sboaU aot b* opened at- Florida Rlflmi Mad aoJeMl4
death of Mr. George Rambo.
decided to settle the matter by -that was aa aaearaed rua. Tbe
the United Lime Wash dub. regretted ill which occarred at hot ward of Bach Shoal beacon when m .**... lei PrastM Sht.Th .
taking three notes and notifying his Miami team allowed a base runner to city a
not having his paper on the otzla this virtalty. Chart affected: 4U
bondsmen. He wU publish a book score from second has oa aa la- pttal la Brooklyn N. T. oa the ISta
of Infelicity prepared.' lie bad bees' lad 1C*. Florida ride team practiced oa
soon, object: Tract and Bust" The field hit Tk* baiur was throws' oat lat, of hrart bn.r..
running his laboratory day and night I I the Sen Girt raag Monday and the
band by request' played a dirge "Gone abort to ant. The first baarmaa aU Mr. Ita... M wtn ** remmber.dfame
to supply the Miami papers with a superior Crewt.t 'Eat a- rare* male show that the Ftorldtoaa
where the woodbine twiaeth. the ball and made no effort to throw to Miami Ut summer and kin
brand of political whitewash Th following story th* chancier -111 r* ahle to b-44 n..', own' outs
There,were loud cries for Culpepper. the runner out cooing home. The a boo*' on his property la tbe Fort 1
and was still behind la his orders. af which we caa ranch for. come ih. creek shots of th. world whaih
CoL WinUm Culpepper belonged to I tM core: Maud 1 to e la favor oC fain nIU Park when a* resided withal ... .
The Janitor announced that truss( ladiaa Territory sad I* related shooting commences la rat
one of the first families of Virginia.He 1 Beach when I left the game and J to wife aatn the Sib lat. when a* ,
door was unlocked and the bear traps try the Cberotaa Time: lomrrrww more lac.T .
was one of the andence seatedon 1 In favor of Palm Beach when the weal to Brooklyn to haw aa operation
sprung. Meeting adjourned. Oa. of our reader, whore veracity following from :h* Tlm**Ualoa
a Urge Inflated life preserver with INK SPOT. game was finished. Both pitcher* performed for rupture received while
.I* abov qwratlon. tell ta* following was received from a member of th*
e a green mule blinder over his left eye. Grove. Aug. 17. .ere very effective. Allen had a tilde worklaa aro.a4 his premise* in the
itocyTh* trrribl M.
team Monday algal:
Ids ears badly swollen and with Ups the best of It Palm Beach gave early sprtag.
from the western part of tat Caroke > Sea Girt. X. J. AUK. It The
puffed ont be looked .* U he had been their pitcher almost perfect' support. The Information states that Mr
Pursuant to Instruction from the Nation that a boy climbed a cornstalk Foriila rifle team brushed up against
the flag la the Philippine orelect1ODeeI'nI Rambo the
following Tbe writer of th* article la your issue eater hospital on
Fort Pierce town council Mayor Glad- to *e* how the com wa getting th* beat saota ta th* world today ta
at MlamL ( that
of August 17th I* a very foolish la. bat he has ad bra operated -
win has called a special election to along and BOW the stalk Is growingup the preliminary practlc sad bU their
was escorted to the
Cot Culpepper Uar. Tours truly upon at that of death.
where be told the board that be held Tuesday. September 1) to faster than the boy eta climb owa with e194lt.IWrIt'lJII' .
platform OL Cosgrove.A Mrs. Rambo ybo bad not bees stay-
determine whether the tows of Fort down Tbi boy I* clear oat of sight
they could BOW tee the result of a simple lag with him at the hmptial fortaaately. Morris and th. big "gator"Sr.

Ito; that be bad read a great deal Pierce shall sell bonds to the amountof Guaranteed Cure Fr Plies was present there when In* Tare mea hate undertaken to cat the only two oa the ikk list Serleaat -

and that two weeks' $1300. the proceeds to be gel In the stalk dews with axes std save Mnrri war be ont tomorrow.hat
on the subject Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding end came The body was taken to
be arose one sultry morning and purchasing a permanent site for the the boy from starvation but It grows the cold I I. too mach for the '..tor.
ago Tri Pile*. Druggists refund money BfoomBHd. N. J-. and Interred la In*
e decided be, would not cut wood that a county building*-Fort Pierce U PAW OINTMENT: falls to en* Family burial ground' .' ao fact that thy cant hack twice lala Rome of the high core* m4 today ..

had bune. same ,Uc*. Th* boy to land onsahhg ..
Fortunately Mrs. Culpepper follow: CoL Carleton. U; Sergeant
day. any case, no matter of how big Mr. Rambo was a satire of Mont e
that day 10 visit bat raw cora. and already bit 49 Private JackBoa. 41 Serleant .
for : ;
aa engagement standing. In C to 14 days. First application gomery. Ala_ but had meshed la Florida

the laundry of one of her white JAPANESE SEALING/ give ease and rest. U ets. since IVt.' making Lmburg his thrown down over four bushel of Kitchen. 41; Sergeant Ljna.4J .

neighbors. CaL BID In her' presence If your druggist basat It send Me la home and bring married there laISJJ rob.." ; Private Potter. 44; Captain Mar

started off with'aa ax on bis shoulder.He Victoria. Aug. 22 New* ha beenreceived stamps and It win be forwarded post to Miss Ml*. Elizabeth \\........ l.r*. 44; Tnkea. 41} Cap

made a loop for the chicken bogie. here by the steamer Shaw paid by Parts Medicine Co. tilL Louis He was a vucmnfnl business man Tk KNoI Arter Eating Kramer 41; Sergeant Da'.... 4XTh

and through the slats saw his loved mot, of the return to Hokodate of.theJapanese Mo. sad had many friend here who regret After a hearty meal a dos of KoJol above score were mad ont of

schooner' Toes with [>y.pepda Car will prevent' aa attack
one start on her Journey.He sealing his death.Chamberlain's. a possible IA. Th. shoot commence*

then returned to his castle and four dead and four wounded men OKLAHOMA ADVENTISTS of indigestion KoJol U a thorough Thursday moratag.INCREASING .

prepared to test the simple life. He aboard dtgtitaal and a gnanatenl eur* ..
colic Cholera
and t*
recently where The the murder of for indigestion Can oa the Stomach.
bad read la a magaxne survivors report .. arrhoea CAPITAL STOCK
Remedy-(he Best la ..
a colored king In one of the 1'adfle fourteen other sealers of the schooner Oklahoma City Okla, August 21 Existence.T. (Veak Hrart. Soar RUIar Bad Breath

lands bad erroneously tapped a Bens )[at.. by Russians off the Kamtchat- Tbe annual camp meeting and conference M. Wood iAe"III.Ite tad all Stomach tronblr U A. Hoper Sag ,.,....Iae Aac. 23.-Th* itoekhoUer -
manager of of Little Rock Ky.Kodol
elasticns tree Instead of a palm. :
of the Seventh AdventIsts
Day of the Western PartOe Rail-
the mOlt and from the action of the County New. Been' *. Ark. 1s a reprertatl Dyspepsia Cur Jtfffrrrt an th* I'OmoaJatloG. *
of Oklahoma opened this morning e aconthera business wy ('ft.. hi... been called togetherlo
, rubber bounced until be was out of man. who that caa be gives I', a* It
TAFT AND at Concord Park. The park has been does not Ie.ltte la his meet her toilay for he porno.
sight Bin thought a moderate a- expressing saved the life.of our little girl whrahe
: PARTY ARRIVE AT CEBU transformed Into a city of trnt and rood of of authoriilac aa Increase la the
R mount of the mOlt might add to the opinion a well known remedyHe was three year old. She U BOW cap

elasticity of his steps and *o simplify present quit a military a.pooct. say*. "It give m* pleasure to reeommead air ant we It fur her rant hal stock of ih* eompnay from fifty

life. He tapped a tree and had a gallon Cebn. P. I, Aug. 2! -.St n't1arr There are three large meeting' tent" Chsmbrrlaln' Colic Cholera .ant I,.. h.... of rwrre. he only lake raim..n tn eveaty-Rv million dollar

; of the milk on hand and one dark Taft and party arrived here this twnH** a number of small trots ant DUrrhora Remedy, having ned It now when anything dlaaarw with The company has recently authorised

night while Inspectng poultry be had morning. The entire city I* decoratedand which will he occupied hr the vlillor It my e..lf and In my family with thebeet her We feet' grateful for the brnrfl' the issue ef IIIIT million dollar of

mn over a deserted' bee hive full of an Immense crowd met the party. during the tea Jays of the. m<>etMSB' ,....,.111. In fact 1 believe It to lbFret erlvi-1 tray I'. It.e and wontt sot be ami mnrtnce bonds. the Interest 'mV >

honey He gaibered It in and on the They sal on the tra.spt* Logan far prominent evangelists remedy of the kind la eilstence.i .rlrhoic It' 8i. I ty the BtaC'a,... Tortr *e to be Karaat4 by

, day he celebrated ne placed a wooden Tacloban at daybreak tomorrow lecturers win address the meeting. Sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy nil Drag Co. the Rio Grand Westera Railway Co.


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flic professions) tTc Tbe question of bow to cool andpurify
; .
<< York. August 19. the stagnant air la the subwaylutmrls I
seems to be as far from us I
ijp ltat..1 New York. Aug. ::. Artlatlc sinvpliciiy ''
I wool Henrietta cloth wQ also be
According to an authoritative satisfactory solution u ever. Be)'OnJ won.
seems to be the keynote for tbe|I Blue la all shades' brown and
ment one of New York multImUlI placing a few utterly Inadequate fans green
I early stylrs. To combine ...nll..1 j jwith 1
Patt.r.oa F.zrorsa g. In Mime of the. s'atkms the company I I red are som.ot th* colors in which'
lonatri, mho takes Interest in art |
great CRACK LITTLE YACHT BOUGHT grace and yet preserve a simple
o nothing I lib manufacturers sre getting oat
AT LAW. operating the subway has done
ATTORNEYS 1! has offered to he Floe Arts Federation to abate the trouble. That the BY F. E. C. R-Y CO. FOR USE ;,| outline Is one of the most difficult i these materials. tMQhIeaor suooart.atssosadrsdo stssilslntsa serteodnfMlasml. and the National Academy of Design public Is not willing to put pp Vfl'h AS DISPATCH BOAT TO EXTENSION things to do as any dressmaker win This is the time of year when there

...... Titres.o.aotrn.. the rum of ll.Sdft.000 for the purpose the existing conditions in the tunnel OPERATIONS. testify.A its i nothing of decided Interest. In fashions .

Fin. of erecting: a magnificent art Institute apparent from the fact that number lest gown brought front Paris for I''i for I"'."" bet the small-gill

tbe has early autumn ls In pale shades of blue I I BOW claims attention the ofvsmloa
p.t.. BIA.OOS.1LX>.. upon the site of the Lenox Library of persons using subway as end
fallen off at a tremendous rate. Ai and mauve. This ls mad of pale blue I sad opening of the schools
B4 Ones,.....,. or If possible. In a location even d* chin a slip of pal
omen wtta It Is the. subway offers very' little relief crepe over approach. The Hnl miss mast have
....... MUStrMtconcrAv the heart of the Rather an Important yacht sale, OC'I .
C Dearer city. The purchase to the congested condition of the I' mauve silt Tb slip follows the outline I appropriate frocks for the fan sad
transfer occurred this morning when ,
of a sul'able site and the erection I' of the figure snd Is cut oat slightly
*IAUL FLORIDA.QL surface and elevated lines anl Is practically wlaier round' of stndi**. The revival
the launch yacht Mystery, owned by |
of a large art palace will cost at the throat both front aaj back
abortive as a transportation of soft and light weight. materials for
i. JL JJLCI80K; JX. In the of million Captain Charles Meloy.' was sold by ito
neighborhood three
line. a depth of six Inch**. Tb crepe her elder to also fortunate far her aaaearly
him to the engineering department of I
dollars and as coon u the preliminaries de chin* Is gathered to this slip and alt ( W
OPTIC: aese goods eat need]
he F. E. 0. R'y. The consideration
rlOTIX. BlSCAYHK BLOCK,ATX.D bare been arranged, the tugtees The strike of the 'Kosher" bakersof .'as not announced though It was in falls la very full folds to th* don?. fur the school guts tfresee. with bet
of the
two Institutions will makean
KUKL. rLOKTDA. the Eat aide has shown tbe dan the neighborhood\ of 13.000. I Th* trimming consisted of mauve liberty ter effect than barter ..t.... Her
effort to raise the require a- (
mountThe ger which lies in the power of labor The Mystery to a most commodious satin ribbon and suave orcbU wsrdrobe win W snore yoMhfwl$ stet

DLLLcEana, organizations particularly If they con- little craft. being' about 45 feet In embroidery.' dainty than eve! ''nrtt c.....* Uth

troll in some war the production or length; by 11 feet beam. She to a Another pretty gown Is a pale plat styles for chOdrest are not on
Savings Banks of the city of
DENTIST. dlstridntkm of the necessaries of life, very fast boat and built especiallyfor orgaadl dinner frock for a young d. greet aa those for their eUera Many

OftVs Is tawll B.lUl.r._ -r-iM New York contributed $".W.1H of A continuance or spreading of the cruising and party purposes.' She 'j I butaate. Tb. open work Jac1Id: sir of the ennuser frocks ran W nee*
f92.502.t27 Increase la the
stt- total
strike would have been a serious matter broidery usually seen in heavier mater for
t.nrRDL' resources of the savings banks of the was built by CapC Meloy on the 8t : models of the winter wsrdrobe.'
aCIAKL State of New York for the ending for the poor Inhabitants of the John River and has been used by him i 11 Is nsd with admirable effect on Mohair to ale. a popular fabric far

U 1'. J.nnrso, June SO. IMS. This left but rear S2SJ7t East side district and could: have eaa- for personal pleasure and party purposes this gown The dress has a resaovahletnlrnpe tb* nntnnw aad winter >isse* ef tile

\this ly Involved other districts of the city.It during the past two seasons. I I of lace with the top of the school girl especially a* k resists
227 Increase for the banks in the rest
ATTORNEY AT LAW. acme that a law regulating strikes being one of the most popular boats of bodice overlapping and fslishig wfch test and din. Th* More special tn

-.....& .....-a_._1---..... ...._..,...... ... of th..tate.the banks Of of the Manhattan New York forolah-Citylain of such character would not come the hotel dock fleet a fiat post of th* organdie an tech anda act. best >..... ef gtrto treat five

...." rib lie .. 0._ ea amiss. The boat to purchased by the P. half wide. I* ten years are aids *f French.
va. ta e.-u ...swaa.XUKI I54.07SJSI and those of Kings
County $1U5U0L Every sayings E. C. R'y for use as a dispatch boat A new gown designed by Oe purchaser Broadcloth tn delIcate ...... such. a*
between here and the canon camps to of pale plait aUk nt the
eves peach blossom aad pink or pastelbine.
bank la Greater New York save one DANIA DOT
y. Ie G' e, shows a gain la resources daring the of the extension of that road via the palest Mae chiffon. It In trtaused Thee* frock are very atma**

D1 twelve nonChs which enJeJ June SO keys to Key West a work that she with bands of lilt crepe embroidered wtth plain ...* possibly *ntlln4

FXTSICXAJI LIP ScwesoaUmca IMS. Personal and General New Nets Is specially adapted to. Capt Meloy In shaded pink ruses with pale green with herrings*** stitch. .tn tile aaav*

u atiAJti Tatamoxn B't *. Preen This Ptetvdaief Eliot.. has not tally ...- whether or not foliage. The seek to eel D tch fashion enter a4 won with dainty nan*.

Then Is probably not another man he will band another boat bat the and to onUiaeci: by aa Inch wide nude ........ gntmpes of hndst *r

Bonn from t .. 4 p. m.GILLESPIEENLOE. In New York who has U many staunch probability It that he win have a band of crepe esabreUered with tiny real vaWedeaaes bee
Mr. Gregg A frost
a prominent
IIIuJ; FLAo larger sad more commodious: craft rosebeJs. TVe beads ., embroidery
Meads gad at the same time U many attorney of TUuvUle, has sold his The en* ten frock to th* ssost snnVable

Dentist bitter enemies U District Attorney badness at that place and has been by next season._ which trim the gown vary In. UU tar school..,. The wana dark

Jerome His energetic warfare against spending a few days her with his parents and the roses on them also vary .bst.s. tone of bin aa4 cheetant sad ton--.

orno .oosfllS > the gamblers has made a great prior to his departure for Wisconsin. BADLY SCALDE& co ...... ef ..... as ...a the dark
A.Is..... r.H.
omci. rrtMU.udisc. awl m M. many enemies for him among the Negligees. are a* pnnnlsr now that red are always pretty for .W.tret'a

EaSIPUCt., nunssi the wosaaa via wishes la be npHo. p--.. .

KUKL rLOBmLI elements which hare suffered moreor mfr Sherman Dewala and Uncoia. ,. tired Last Tuesday date mast have quite a another ofthek. Brail win be ne4 as muck a* ever

IUUDS,"I>>, less from Jerome's relentless pro left Thursday mooing for Wlscoaata There. th* charming: bed *. cbJIdren-n *reese* but It wO h*

HW.I secution. As those elements practically .- to spend the balance of the year. Jacket of either lace, silk or chiffon te hi. plain buds rather than fanry pa*>

,V. somopnvtlxl, control Tammany Haft It ustay Mr. W G. DeBerry Is la town. Mr. Quite a serious accident happened throw over ..*. shoaldera .tn the r..... Velvet ribbons which has been

literal Oaten: Mn.IHinMt.V14........ ....An.C to see that the Tiger has little DeBerry Is the census enumerator of Tuesday about noon a few mDea northof moralag. Then there. to the eaattWBt so much aged totery for elder gull

vnva Twr a&AJn' lore for the strenuous official. The this district. here on engine M of he soathaoaad which th. well drissij woman. win aIM b* n4 esperlsny.eeT Vnsh-

,...any I' good cttlseaa. who are friends of law Mr. P. H. Roper' was"uMlaml oa freight train when a plate tn the boiler thrown ever. her when she gets sp .tene men gad Other Beat. Met waste

JOB PUDUICZ 1 gad orJer oa the other hand hare Thursday attending'! to business. Just over the firebox, known u the ( moralag. n... are generally stage Checks which hare been aspopnlar >

CIVIL ENGINEER the greatest admiration for Mr. Jerome Daala has a/new ferry' across the crown sheet blew oat The fire was mad of soft ilk. with a frill of lace this ...... war fignre'presatnently -
I and hare given him many assurances lastaady extiagnlshed and the rxpJoe- In tM
SURVEYOR. eaaaL It certainly was needed.Messrs. neck and sleeves Kmpiictty to tn the materials for the school
of their support should be date Ion loosen the ashpan and dt other the
surf MM* tarhCXAJU. ..... at .......I. Tubbs and Bloom hare laid most fashionable to these gar girt They wm W two
.It-.. b-Dly & ai Lags b.Miose..s.r to ma for mayor at the next municipal out a due tennis court on the Hlaklcy ;damage says the 1 Fort< Pierce Trtboae. meats u In ererything.Lse. shades of ... cotor. Some *f th*
rss.lce. 1 election. Mr. Jerome erldeatly Fireman Gordon Thomas caught part
; PLOEIDA. place. Plain colon are th* best for negtt- most attraettv sr* th* Mn s4 grse*
does not think the present time opportune of the force of the escaping stress sad
M. A. Marshall who the fees althoach some
spent early pretty one are ptolda std some of pretty checks ta
S. E.KICEKOKU, for his candidacy for mayor lathe part of the week in Jacksoarflle and his arms were badly acaUed. H. leaped made op la smaO- figured ..patterns two tones of brown.
first place he does not think hat from the engine and la falling was For
St. Augustine has returned to Daala. aunty's sake China or Japanese Kstell Clalmtont.
REAL ESTATE. I his work U district: attorney Is complete otherwise Injured silks
W L. dean win leave for South are the beet but an kinds of -
IYUT Pmnnwii Csjurr'jaut CoejMunKOTAtT to satisfy his owa ambltloa aaj Brakeman Seth Rhode had a knee .
I Carolina on Monday morning to visit son sad trsasparent ntatertala are A letter from Dr. ..... who left
rTnUO la the second place he does not visa scalded which wffl necessitate his laying sed. .
STAtXATJUTLEB Lung wife whose health Is noted the A new way of trimming negligees
to ruin his chances for the future by best off for several days. No one else is with ten days ago for Nrw York' state
rLOBIDA. shawl draperies which
entering upon a campaign, the was hart that he reached. there very m. aol
Work U progressing oa the new In saaay cases take the place: of both
' H. P. BRA/WING come of which would be decidedly hotel An engtse was sent from here sad adornment sad sleeves. that he will have to forego much ef lbs

doubtful He has come oat with a the disabled train was brought In. Mr.
AtarscrsWCesiMSsritasslsi Danla fruit growers are shipping a nae light weight woolen material. pleasnre he had hoped to enjoy and
statement that be does not wish to run Thomas was placed la the care of Dr.
ftrtpt k CshcflsM. Icteent great many gnavaa to the Delray Canning la plain colors have retaraed to favor take absolute ,.. As soon u h* to
be reelected
for mayor, but does want to Vaalaadlagkam. Though hie Injuries
.... c.Ir Stall..... Factory and other points on the for the astaatn sad winter styles. able he win probably g* to the Whtt
for another term U District attar East Coast wen very painful they were not at an I -
) .
; West Palm Bench :: Florida ney. To keep himself free from ail The Ladies Improvement Society dangerous and he was able to make I I Cashmere albatross serge and aO i iI Mountains.,

1 1J partislaa entanglements Mr. Jerome Is highly elated over their success the trip to 8t Augustine to enter the

j, D If,UJI1)DS) proposes to run u IlIJepn lent candidate with the Ice cream festivals. The hospital there.

ATTORNEY AND as the exponent of the law abiding park Is nearly all grabbed and the Pomona NurseriesThose

,COUNSELOR AT LAW. I dtUent Irrespective of party..affiliations. ladles are going to gin a change of "V_ York. Aug. SJ. Twenty persons

o..w tad BM* law.rtdWttr A.4t ..1 His friends hare taken the program Saturday evening. were Injured some seriously. In
tad Pi| istt c..>nalttsiefs.. cue and are rallying nobly to Us support I
Mr. and Mrs. William have
Omens n WATSOBBLOCK.. Leek ...ahUAML Tyler a collision between two trains of the wanting orange
FLOBtDA.MITCHELL The anti-Tammany element leftDanla for De nIeI& Mr. Tyler Intends Brooklyn Translf Company at Coney

I however has not given up hope yet to' farm at the latter place.Mr. Island this morning he Injured were and Grapefruit TREESand
D. PRICE to change Mr. Jerome's decision and
A. T. Jones and family hatemo.,4 hastily moved to the hospttala. The
to Induce him to accept the nomination
to town from MlamL
Attorney at Law and Solicitor 'wreck was .caused" by one train entering those contemplating planting In the la tare should Investigate
for mayor. The personal friends Mr. Chas. )L Nelson who has been grove
the terminal and striking a oar stock. \Ve are now booklet order for
beU..ethat I present
in Chancery.omsst of the district attorney do not
spending with friends In
a days '
crowded train as It was about to' and planting and are offering
Batch.*sOaa slIAMI. ruW. he can be persuade to rua for' Miami returned Friday evening. learn.Ver. I

mayor but In outside circles there is The pineapple growers at this point the linen stock of
tree Dade
ertr to Couatyoa high
C. MAYNARD: a lingering hope that Mr. Jerome will are very busy putting out new a '4L

change bis mind when the nomination We expect next season Danla win be Loaisti\ ille& Nashville\ R.R.I pore and high hammock bads. We tarite buyers to visit

Is offered to him la a manner that one of the largest pineapple growing : our outxnei and would convince him that the Independent -
centers the East Coast
voters of the city wen really Mrs. Carol Houston and daughter.of \ ) Low Rate RODDJ Trip I tad best varieties of Orange fad Grapefruit Trees

anxious that be should make a try Little River .a... risking at the Budded oa either Sour Orange or Rough Lemon Rood

JEWELER AND |OPTIClAn. for the mayoralty.The home of Mrs. J. W. )(Dlnkee.Dr. Sunnier Tourist Tic ets. :

Perfect flttiog, easy wiring glasses Kennedy oj} Fort Lauderdale.was I I I! Unrscne located in section 3. : mile. west of Miami on rock road
are n great comfort. With our extensive On sale daily to various nortaI
la town Thursday shaking hands also near Little River and Fulford. from
apparatus and large expeneaee Delaware &: Lakawaana railroad North and West limited to October Ilr securing tree. horn
there u BO peel work. Prices res.sonable. has displayed constderaole enterprise with his friends aDd he certainly has 31st to return includingChkeqs nurseries jou take no risk of importing WHITE FLY or other insect
.' We repair Watches Clocks a few. Dr. Kennedy Just back from I I disease This is an important matter which should not be overlooked.
and A old in the emergency which arose Large illustrated catalog with prices and descriptions of vari.tie
Jewerly Spectacles. portion Georgia where he went to visit his MsVseAce MksrsaiCi.St. *
year trade wed for. Located. on AT when Its terminal station In Hoboken I mailed free on application.
.* sots D between inh and mb 8U. wu destroyed by Ire. Judging wife and babies. who hire been spending P.... Dcvtr c.... I II ,:,

W. C. MAYNAHD.Jrw from the statements made by the officials the summer there. I Spfrrsga. p.
.r u. Prsdmate OMieiui "Keep your eye on Dania!' I The Griff ing Bros. Co.
of tbe roaj the tire,'Instead of a :bUrrjncff tow rate U P.u..s.Orc.1I

calamity was really blessing In dis
a I
guise. It appears tht the railroad The Only WI"I Account Louis & Clark Exposition ,': Local OlKctti Unit River sod Miitnt Fl hJ.
: also to San Francisco and
PATENTSWAaNUMTOSW company had been contemplating extensive I There Is no way to maintain the Los Angeles. j!I

Improvements. Including the health. and streangth of mind and coocooococococooooocoonoooooIn
I erection of a fine and adequately spacious I body except by nourishment ThereIs operating through
rw.vtb rra.r sleepers I Irom Florida to Chicago.
M ruse ..rrc.rr7 := : terminal station with ferry slips no way to nourish except through

-Till l.5T.-----.....--... and office buildings for a long time :the stomach. Tbe stomach must be ONLY: LINBors: rating: brooch err-r err -1....-... .. ,'and bad even the plans for the contemplated I I kept healthy pure and sweet or the with sleepers from Car Fl Service.. nJi to SL Louis 1Y.I.JAD4J: : : :: : I

.... Dining
Hga W structure reaJy. Tie officials strength will let down and disease :
__. ... s.rvatari et-. ...- ,' I
Jlt.,..U. .. ........ M-: say that the difficulty of removing ':win set la. No appetite loss of Tiattsl Sfctpm to Clt milrkest

O.C.DSWIFT&. I the old structure sad providing temporary strength' .nervousness, headache constipation IedIIIt 0* tdr5 .
terminal accomodatlons to be bad breath soar risings. rift- Iii Get Seok h fke Sort ranidly going to the front as the 1 fading
used while the new structure was Ing. Indigestion\ dyspepsia and all stomach
bunding was the only cause which troubles that are curable are I Ask for tICket. via the L. A X. city in South Florida. Everybody t

had delayed the out of those i quickly cured For rate and schedule* toanr is Miami. Now
carrying I by the nee of Kodol point North or West and for Pullman going to is the time to N ;
Improvement plans. The difficulty Dyspepsia Cure. Kodol
digests what
Kcscrvations call on or write !secure a choice location either for business -
has been removed by tbe fire of last I you eat and strengthens the whole i

KILL TN. COUCH week and. It Is stated the work on the ,;digestive apparatus. Sold by BtKa,.. I I. ..r.La'Fta L a s. a. or residence. Choice locations in i
I w. a., 1M...... ,,_, .. Vi.elds'
All CURE rna LUNC8 new station will be taken up at once. i!I Drug Co. I the city for sale by : : : : i : :

The new building Is to be U nearly

"" Dr. King'sNew fireproof as It can be made. It win :I; Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's J

be of steel and concrete throughout
Discovery and the walls will be covered with

copper on the outside. The mam i
cooc: Pries waiting room win be hundred feet

tt FOR Olsu.mol lOt b{.00 square and 54 feet h'gb. with great Call
Free trilL oo Or
windows on an sides. A great concourse Tasteless Chill Tonic 5082 T8.: z?Trrs.r Tr. :. %:. %NO I7 Leg

TTTROaT$nrsst and and Unickeet LUVO CUe TKOUB.zxa for ail. which win hold 30.000 people : Arcat. Fort ,oiI"rn... Fort Dallas

orxovzr: B icr. win give access to tbe second deck: I Dallas Land COM Miami I"b. Land Co. M Augustine fla

of the ferry boats. The building will No-Cort-No-Pay. so c ntse ,



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OF THE SUN husband, and that before and after I*Ing about the dining rooms Travelers Candidates
ECLIPSE tc In St .oud Primary
looses light of the'WEST PALM BE.ACH <
the divorce he promised to marry her I note that he never I ,

East Coast lost the breach of promise action saloon stewards, and the funny partof
Will Be To be Held Next Tuesday Aug. 29 '
30th. which kbe brought against Wood. InJustice It is that all he has to do on everytrip .
Wednesday August f
Ned Darling's court sacs a Lon is to see that these new stewards I HAS RFull HOT CAMPAIGN f'I"

Wednesday August :30. there will don cablegram to the Baltimore American do not throw the dirty! Jlnhesoorhuanl. :

to sate washing them. 1
of the Jlscrrnabl -
tte a partial eclipse sun The candMate to enter th. second |I. heal In the tl1 1IU1oa. It was float
la Florida. Tbe eclipse will "It Is an action of the most extraordinary : .b"a no one U looking.BOYNTON I
prlnury on seat *riM4ay fur municipal -' lr4rcUvt| by the committee that the)
167 tulle wide ("banact..r.Aid the Judge.In I Municipal Ticket Placed in ..
In path
be tola only a
I bun irs are: only rurrrcl way to get al the nuijor
of I
Winnipeg.Manitoba Humming up. 1 never heard a NEWS.-
begtannlg at a point near ItHS. all the
in the Field Headed by was to count ballot where
at sunrise, oo the 20th. Theshadow I raw: In which: a women has sued for I II I I' For AI..r.-a' lu b* rlrcte the altrrnxrn and board of etMimla
rush eastward breach "f promlite ..hlle the J (;, frwUn.L S. II Awliuan.\\""':: ;
will then I la i Items of Interest Transpiring at This i L !BurkharflL turn, r. w. r* tufeil fur. This dune It
crow Manitoba. Hudson Bay and Labrador ''wa. a uiarrl-'d woman, and I do not Progressive Place. I Irhaillv. J. S. Fre.Ierlrk. KV lUhn ails fuua.1 thai Ilooor.&or.. (17 vote

and. in a link less than an Imagine here will lie another for I I I'.1 I'i Gus A. Mullet (' II Hauler.*. T. V. ta*< fiiir cap ierenia and t:, fur commit

buur mill bare crossed the Atlanticoccwn hundred" of "lira'bat I I Auc ::. DOS.llexvle I I The caucus bell WI nlsht at W I .I It i I Hour. Juan IL RefltT sad J (.,.Tsrker.Fr II tuner ot public' works thus"raa.JWalw
the Brat contact with the OIJ '\\ would be the money value : t endorsed I I|i fommUilucrrs uf Public Works .omlmii*. tug sMermaa
l.t-lu HuS ieilr s bicycle store
and Harper
World being on the went enact of of Wood all a husband* Mrs. I re-! j I s .,, three to Iw electedC.. IX Lrfflcr. j aced 3 < Idea, vhlht for conimla toort
if he wanted a spent. Saturday and Sunday In West .following: ticket: subject to conflrluaikn -
it will lure toot Maya that e\en .U..
Spain. In twenty minute I A )lrKID_ WV IToul. R. A i iVU they needed Ilk
reached the lledlterrean 1K'a. The two-pnny clear fche had to pay furIt. Pam Ib-arh. the guests .... )I. J, Rian and C. L Xlmaa- I A* a ..*.IU't of this cakuUtloa It

local time there ,,IU be approximatelyl I But. suppose be was not worth Mrs. Janus Harper lomorrow evening ..). the West I Ira was tIrc''"..... by to* romntlltew that

12:15 p. m. I much flnsnrlall was be such a desirable M C. llardc. one of Roynton's largest falm IWach Kun of yesterday: This was the decision of Ih* City I only four of the aldermen. .Were non

The shadow then enters Algiers I perhon: morally and intellectually. pineapple growers left Sunday I' Mayor U W- Bnrkhardt. i t'C"tI'h" ('nc hlcb euitvrnedto mated Tuesday vU.: Ch> ib mVlV
In southeasterly I that she would be glad/to lire morning for the Lake Toxaway region the council chamber !
near Tunis, traveling a Clerk J. 1. Grter. W..artMJa aftemoiMi fIUG. LnmuiM alltlartoa., and] DOmembers
Ejf and'tbe with him on the two-pence U she Induced In South Carolina where he expectsto I for the uf .
direction arrow >pt I lar.balPaul C. Jones. purptis canvassing of the boar of public work .
last -of the him to give up smoking rest for a few weeks after a very I the tot* of Toe 4ay'o ,
Red Sea. The stage AIdtmwGR. II. Hartrr. John UBeach. primary. I A tuutloo prevail thai n plurality
he deeert of Arabia "What was his worth morally and busy scatoa shipping tomatoes and I After JecUrtsas nominees thos Ivvt
Journey Is through Max Sirkln and J. I. UcDunald. to all tsar win b. necessary to J
and it will disappear at sunsetin Intellectually use the words of the I Th. meeting waa called to order by 11t'ft11'll1t a majority of the votes, anj nominal In the second: primary
the Indian Ocean. The whole time statesman! Wood went to South Africa Adoph Freedlund made a business Vlr, 1. W. Burkhardt. alter some twenty iII It 'PfIt'Iro-.I In the Metropolis yea Candidates who are '''It1e4 to do*o>

consumed In this Journey will be not I to fight' He said be conducted I'trip to Palm Beach Sunday in "Frank- citizens. had assembled and Col A. i terdtj .1._.... the question of what and contempli'o entering the seconj

quite three hours. The United States himself so well In South Africa that 1 I lea' little cart" The mosquitoes kept J. Lewis was called on to pmlde. constituted a nwjortty of vote for aldermen primary should notify-the commute. j

Government U sending expeditions to I he was offered a commission. I.him from getting lonesome. He took while Mr. \\-. L Huffstetler acted a. I and commissioner of public on or before next niL, of their tatentlona .
Labrador where observation stations **I can only say from what I ban'I I his two young sons. Joe and Carile. secretary. The chair stated that the works was discussed by tbe committee : to order that their name mar

hare been established In the path of heard that I am thankful he did pot j I with him. I object of the Ineetlac was to d1 crass may Interested spectator taking appear on the ballot.
It If he had I am much .f..a141 .
,lotauty.onsiderable. accept matters concerning the diy officials -- -- --- -
( Interest will be taken there wouJI hare been another case Ceo. 1. Brannlng. the popular cashier October and said .I I
to be elected I next
State Baaikjind
of the Dade County
locally In this phenomenon because of 'ragging In the army. If be had that the action of the meeting would ;
his Interesting family are enjoying
of the fact that. In Florida. U will be been pulled through a horse trough I the Boynton not be considered binding upon those< '.
their at
summer outing
a partial edlpse. The imn will rise I suppose there would have been persons who participated should they change COMPROMISE PROPOSITION ;
Hotel the East Side Mr. Brannlng
la all portions of Florida partially shocked, but I shall not say 1 their minds. He believed that the bestmethod I
Pam Beach often looking after :
goes :
eclipsed. As a matter of tact, the I would have been. by which good clean I -- J
business and spends the rest of the oIBdal'l
eclipse will first be seen about 300 The Jury returned a verdict for could be selected l was I h
I himself horse of RACING FOR A.
time Bching- or out P. L A. CUP
tulles off the Florida coast and at 5 Wood and the Judge, entering Judgment roe ,
the canal caucus or primary as very potTct M. Witte Rejects the Plansof
o'clock when the can rises here about for him said he did *> upon the and moot competent men could ;

two-fifths of the sun's surface will beta ground of the finding of the Jury, Jesse Dancharty. our genial .mar [climb Into office through the plurality the President. But the Twenty Fat Motor Boat Enter Tb*

shadow. The obscuration of the and also upon the ground that as far chant. Is cleaning. up his yard and 'j.'",au of the general elect..... He Contest Today.Chlppewa .

sun' diameter will vary for different as die breach of promise was coucerne.1 planting trees. Let the good work go was bitterly opposed to a "free and : Japs Steadfastly Hang

sectkmi; for Instance, alone the Bant It would be against public policy on. '. I 1....," election as has been suggested. to Their Original Bay. N. T. August n-
Coast It win be fees than M In the to allow the woman Judgment even If I :
This caucus was subject to a" Twenty of th* fastest motor boaX
extreme south portion. tar 1ng thence I she had recovered a verJIct from the I(WILL PROTECT Itlon I I at the regular city arma'i! Propositions. uf the
cunatry crom 4 th. starting
northward to is In the vicinity f' '" ".. HOME INDUSTRIES. 1be held lomeirrow evening la i
11-! ihU ...."'.111. when th.
Jacksonville and St. .Aa IItIDe. The I t Ore hall and b.- urged evert ONE MAN'S QUEER JOB.A ', Battle Creek. Mich" Aug. :'.-For; ( the starting of the
maximum obscuration, will be reached sod voter who had the welfare of -I II opening rnc*
r after sunrise at JacksonrllTe It win I I the first time In the history of this the city at heart to attend that meetIng I Portsmouth. :N. IL August n for th* American Power Boat Association's
be .40. decreasing down the coast to man whoretnrnej recently from town the! annual picnic of the Grocersand :I I iresidrat'Rose.I I Ii gold '
The personality of j cup wa given HaaJ-
said the other to :New Butchers' Association Is held i
22. The sun win rise along the Europe day a
', l.rlt looms lancer and Urger .In the I red of ..,.. an4 small craft III ewcry
whole East Coast of Florida at York Sun writer: right here InsteaJ of at son* resorl TAFT AND PARTY

practically*S o'clock. local time. "There Is a man employed on ever ont of town. This Is the first tangible ARRIVE AT TACLOBAN I crUls of peace negotiation II b* I n swarmed around the

trans,Atlantic finer, whose duties result of the Inauguration of a stands between lh. warring nations. ) bay ant sear to* slartlaa point off

HERE'S. A QUEER SUIT. but one in a thousand travelers know policy<< of protecting home Industries W.Mess Ctneral Parade and l are Mar U>t ilag that the rwafrrenc stun ant''fI IWll Island and tho *a4a of person

about"I I' which was agreed upon by the merchants IWily Entertained tall lid.. nut stepped into th* watched ta* progrtM of the rac. from
Married Women In England Suing for tried to find out rn the trip out and citizens of RaOle Creek I the score of barge and smart islands

Breach of ProM.... but only succeeded in satisfying my a recent meet lag. The rlttren Tarlubsa. P I, Ant 21.Tb.Innsptrl i t.r..aclb.. C'UIIf".1M"tP would probably [i which the cunrprOn boat had! to

curiosity on the last day of the homeward 1.1 determined to buy, aTLther nc., Logan arrived here this morning i have already ions lo pWcrs. Sues: |,pas to their eonr**-
It will end to I
Mrs. Emily Gwendoline Provost, 'rip."He from the local merchants Instead of I hopsas remain thai -
at ten o'C"orktth Secretary Taft 1 I IlouMTVelfs The roars to fn a southwesterly
who stated that Sidney Joseph Wood never does I any work and yet I sealing man orders to Chicago and and party aboard Tbe dUtlncvUheJ peace red entirely upon his effort I direction seven mile to n point *erIk

wooed her before she divorce her he Is sways to be seen quietly walk- other cities.Remember party witnessed the general parade. proposition wa presented but muttlb of GOII* hay theoc* wit Ikn
to meeting jesfcruay Int
um to the back stretch. which
allgbtly modified form but Just what,I rasa
parallel to the ant half of tb.
chance was mad I. nntlhnown.: The | c one '
-. propokltlo wa offered by Baron Ko and Wad pot UreaadWr Il.... **4Imra

morn and rejected by"Wltte. This. to Island back to the starting point
with another. turn which make tb*
bow th* matter stood al adjournment
I Peasants Are Again Destroying the jester Jay nalll Saturday.Tb total coarse fifteen mil* Each COAletaai

Property 01 the Rich Landowners President did not surrender bat has to cover la* course twlc

o.seA'" :/. Fresh Agrariandisorders carried: his appeal for peace to tb. !.I each race.Ta .

aave again broken oat In the Russian tbron. There to no do yet (I Gold Cup. offered by the American

EnxabethgnJ and Alexandria districts a lo, tbs aaawtr received through ; Power Boat Asaortallon WM trot
,.. "L '. r J:,) ... and the peasants are destroyingthe Ambaiaador Meyer, bat It to known won fur that Columbia T. C .T Price
"" of lad One big with his Radar). Liltyear
.." ;d' # property owners. to be la ta* President' possession UcKlaoey .
estate baa been entirely demolished at and that h* to to a position today to It was woo from Ih. N. T. T. C.
B Ukr. r determine tb* next step, la addition by the Cblppew Yacht Club with

,"" to tb* laflaenc of Ik* neutral power WUlIs sharp Kilmer's Tingt..t-Vn

i: GREAT SHOOTING MATCH threats of Baander can b* brought i 11. Tb* N. T. T. C. '1a determined to

.. AT SEA CrRT. N. J.i to bear on tb* combatant I'j win back tb. trophy If possible *a
I Tb money market of tb* world already J entered a* Its challenger" Andre Masenet's *. ,
Sea Hundred and l ,ift7-.iv.a Entries I show a disposition to close tb* CA horsepower Paabard. IL Ta*> '.

Participate I. the Meet. door to Rasata. sad an effort "recently Frontenae Tarht Club to also ambit

I y to float aa International loan It to lou to win Jn. trophy and at In*

.Sea Girt. :X. J. Aug. :e. The treat. reported met with lltll response although race this morning wa represented by

est military shooting match ant bell there to plenty of Id!. mosey :i iIn T Z. R. owned by A. a sat W W.,
:" IB the United States began here today. a...... Probably these condition Rlrharlam. of Dover t>L After tile

',< ,1I. The Individual match opened without within the next few day win be all i race this evening the malting tlub-
1 4 delay for which there were 57 .. power uL t I men will bo the ,guest of th* Chippewa -

tries. Many spectators wet la at d Yacht. Hub. Th reed will .

tendance. HOCH. THE wilFE MURDERER. i omQlalt1 close on, Saturday al sunset t


ASSOCIATION MEETS. I An Effort ..1-: Made to Secure

,. Stay in the Proceeding .1|*. Indicate Shortage l.. FUclda
i I
Sewell Leads j \t'W Alhall ID" August :I -TH*
I I Yield This lessee
I. annual inciting of the ,Jiwl Il.Iptllit.lalloD. I ("blne.ta1C :.. Frantic effort I I .

t .\...+.. cun lstlng of a number are being made today by !he attorneys r
of church.. In the counties Clark I of Johan llorb lo secure a stay In the 1! Private dvlre front the principal

\. ;I Floyd sal W *IaIIlIr1.... peaed hereI prucreillno frum a )u
'",, I this morning at the Cnlbertwia At' I preme Court If this move la S"'I give the proKpert for In. IMS sago

.. : nue Baptist charrh. The Her I'. 8. .......r..I. who has been convicted '!crop *s favorable for a yteU of not

d ;Clatton. pastes. t4 .'b. fnlbertaoo.enue ..f bigamy and wife murder, to to 'over get per cent: of th* production

I| .\\ church, dellvertil be Introductory hang tomorrow. I last season, say Ih. New York Con

sermon. I>r, B. F Soaker Is mercUL Estimates mad by tb* most
.. I ; modrator of the ......tat..... J A. HOCH ESCAPES GALLOWS ronervtv Interest based oo tom4

,' ,' q! Kemp, of Salem clerk. The meeting pie,. private advice from grower
Johan Hoth
>1-t \ ,:If' Chicago. Aug. II. -
6 '11 will close tomorrow. actually In a position to know fivea
I bas escaped the gallows for the third
'+1,.' .41, !!. '
: time owing to a supersede having crop for into season, between SOO..

,'I.9, ilL,,.I", ,;,'', ',' If DEDICATION OF NEW CHURCH. been granted today on order of JostH I MM anti 1.1SA.MW boa.. Ta**. Mitt-
( I male Include both i4
orange trap
Uacrwier of th* Supreme Coot loch
: > :. In p-T -Date Bewtty. Pa, August SI -The new will not be banged tomorrow. frail. Last year Ih* output was around
p : one mtlfln boie. Bald n prominent
8t Vincent's church one of the handsomest -

: j 9.g':; : I Roman Cothollc churches In KANSAS R. F 0. MEN MEETINO.Topeka yesterday factor la :tb* Florida orange btjalaen

...t; Ibis slate, recently completed: l at a Kas. August :i.-Th* "Th January frees I* responsiblefor

1 cost of over half a million dollars second aaaaal convention: of th* rural Ih* shortaaw promised this -ana.A .
was dedicated this rooming with appropriate mall carriers of this state opened I gfjpj many tree ta be largest pro*

.... ceremonies. Many visitor here tbs! IDOI'1IIDCOYer on. boo- i during section were killed, and It to

from J' ttabere and other cities U this as aj member* of th* organUatloa and I. sate preilletl that tb* output wilt

," '1 1. a t.I'.Ut'Ddfd the Impressive cere.anony their wires are la attendance The I rut down al least 44 per cent Bom.

!" .i. \ I I St. "' .... '. Is the abbey local number of rural mall carrier t tin a greater shortage laaa even

., I } III' .' church of tbe Benedict monastery, In this state to over 1WW and constantly ;i that Tb* frail glw promise of btagnnd.

:/. .." .:;, ,:i' .. the largest la 'the world. It U not Increaslnc. took for shipments to b* mad

'Ii'' Ii' \, ;',- very large but exquisitely decorated To Cur a Cold In One Day early In October though a gnat deal

I I sad Carrara suarBle The! edifice was take Laxative Broom Qulala Tablets. depend on the w..t,", If It to cool

dedicated by Bishop Caaevta and All druggist refund In* mosey It It ,, w* win have early shipment If the

1 JIUibop McFaul of Trenton, N. J. '.n. 'o cure. J:. W. Grove's atpa. weather I* warm, the Rug win his

1 preached the sermon. lure b on each hon SSo I late .


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