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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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No. ?7t pte..n.w.a.: MIAMI FLORIDA TIIUUSDA1 ICII 10. 1904. u.1.r..r.-..
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IOR OLD SPRINGFIELD QUIET-'TALKED TO VOTERS MAEXNIBITS (WANT HIM TO SERVE, RECORDS.


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ORT ARTHUR Aid M More Mob Violence b I Stockton aDd Browar< Told Their Bade County W. M. Bnrdlae as Member of the COMPARED r. .


Expected. Troubles School Board.

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Bombarded ByJapa* r-. dw MttarYl UK* a Ditty, At School AidUtrlM last Mdh to a s.d tarn Crowds Aitoki Teachers II Mu SeWs retffloi Hat Showing Up the Senatorial a

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ftsej;fled last Night. Ud I MMta-Negrws Sfctf b to StodlM Weal far.TU* f* its After.WttlU tecBtskfcr ml Aaati tnmt\ Candidates."

: Willis last Mdbt rem Bd SIn lie ... .. a CadldaI..
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WAS INTERIWTTANT Springfield. 0., March 10.-This city A fair-aised aadieae turned oat last ilih.1 "the Annual Dade Mr. W. M. Bnrdlae. who has served TAUAFERRO'S STRENGTH "

pared the. ant quiet Bight this week night at tile School Auditorium to Ooanty morning under for some years oa the County School :
Board baa been telling his friends forsome
,- last Bight.. and the situation hail returned hear Jolla N. C. Stockton sad Napoleon conditions. The :'
time that he would not stand for
to normal condition Bonaparte Broward. candidate for largo blew and fruit R
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but u.er.i sack '
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UHB 8 cock This I re-election ha been a
Add-aisbt The Various
and Gnbenutorial; As Ir.
Eighteen companies of State militia United State Senator Governor of abown yesterday was unanimous request from an quarters ,

.. Yotda -1dpdAr.eY -ruuhw,- -- u,..awn save L- ...-.- _....;" -....;.;. a.... the. "..", ...--...a iJ'_ t". .- 6-. -. ... y .:.-. :.4 :./...: ;.:.;;.d., .:1 teeaIder .eea Ass Y.-r.NOYr44MN eY v o uaI'_ _, ,, .;f .
r political Issue and toot their own '
his determination aad allow the ue
trot The shops. eloeed yesterday. this additionsoS
pit Captured Vessts'and Send horns. "ears. of his name again. This Is particularly! I sons Also-Oarls Is the Bgfct l:
.... -- were reopened to-day. okra, peas
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Th speaking was announced for
Important and dmlrable inasmuch .
Ttai. HoBe-AkxIeff ReportsfBM&ardaeflt Not, a negro>> was seen on the streets 7:30 o'clock but It was Bearer > be- both the other members. Messrs. Harris as Man For the Place as the' Records .

l of Vladivostok. but Bight but many are oa the streets fore the would-be's" showed up and That this ?season of and King being candidates for Prove. ,8'

to-day. it.* raid many of them were turned the hall from darkness Into vegetab produce 1s the another office cannot serve and should

light sad eloquence a: A. Worley was tun decline It .
meats
Mr. Burdlne would
UTe aa
anaMe to reach other places and slept best Of fair goes -
master of ceremonies, and told all f
la the wood There hat been considerable without doubt: and much I'entirely new board and a new superintendent
?art Arth.1. limit 10.-(BullUB'Japasese )- I about tile two .peaok.-that Is, from favors has. hence there would be; no. Jacksonville Fla. March ,-It wa I Ia :
apprehension as to what the of view of been made
his and
fleet appeared off this I point course they one familiar with the school affairs
militia has made to shine,like the bottomof upon tors and home Jacksonville effort, this time and FIt I
rber at Bridalght and bombarded the negroes might do after the I were His associates are anxious to have him
coffee la the .... John folks. consisted of,a telegram to an a '
tin .
a pot
..itermitteatiy um t o'clock this been relieved from duty her* The remain on the board and from i all
Stockton the who Dad Every lac leged Democratic In Tampa -
was ODe man displayed like newspaper
Quarters wishes. The
troops hare been withdrawn, and there come
made Jacksonville what she Is today! 4 as fla grown. Cabbage Metropolis I* this morning U receipt announcing that tile liquor dealersof
I" lea anxiety BOW, u both the white He cleaned It after the epidemic la ors oi Florida had organised and made B .
March 10.-Th* crew of all ap Ip* are heavy of the following commaalcatlon whichIt
and black seem to hare had enough he to the of leaved, deal with Senator Taliaferro' friend
t Teasels ,ciptared sine tb.legaa 88; came rescue Its peopleby tajl; tomatoes publishes with pleasure la the hope

L bar;bees released.haadred of mob violence lending moneyfrom his bank at are d, and large that It will barr. the desired effect for mutual support. Of coarse there

Rnsslsss Chinese and reasonable Interest during the financial Every ap In this Miami Fla. March 9.104.We. was not a word of truth la tile reference

DECIDED TO HOLD TROOPS. of 93 and again la 01 he manner: to the Senator. The
,rws tor been tuned over; to panic was cally ar- the undersigned teachers of the alleged "rn-

respective (consuls to to sent' to the guarding angel of the dear people ran-cd, v and shows Miami Public School recognizing as roor" was manufactured lor the x-

''Bativ* eon*tries.i I Springfield. 0.. March 10.-Later.-It after that city had been swept by ot Dade we do the excellent service rendered press purpose of injuring Senator Tal r t

."'fls i coal cargo, of the Norwegian was dedded after a conference of the ttamea. He Is Indeed a great man, according minty, I* DO nnertrack' the people! of our county: by HOB. W laferro before the people of the State

i Hsnae* :{has also 'been re- authorities not to ask the Governor to to the views expressed by Mr. land In the < M. Burdlne as a member of the BovJ and few wlllfail to detect its purpose _

1' ,I withdraw any troop until to-morrow: Worley.N. Staten of Public Instruction of Dade Bonnie.I or Its falsity. It was a raw..baogDag

IRUSSIANS- I / and then to let the withdrawal be B. Broward Is, too a gnat maa. .air ire extrem and realizing the great loss to the and badly bungled Job. worthy only

MASSACRE JAP&1 'gradual until Sunday when all will be That filibustering record was the base ;resultiso far cause of education should he cam I of, thestnpldert Jrf stupid _would-be. ch. '

ware ,gone. for his fame and Mr. Worley picturedhow a erA saetDere e d.'air., 1,**., V feoVaeeeVtiat >.. poliucalfalti'natactirari: f < "
JO.-1-Ttoj Agenda
I : he had taken his little boat the > Another similar"Jackwsvlll ttort
tliat of I Unless farther trouble arises there lur/iaMi/Ae_'H"' r'.4-ean .1. ? 'j',

see tHat and.Japanese reports; ]are a been number mas- ''will erldenyr; be no more Incendiarywork "Three Friends' ," either as captain: or time .roi,.ot? --I),.0 t;,-...'m.u.;, :occurred a week or two ago probably.' tr 4

although not half the divealoss owner., and goue to. es.nro. nartx"
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V1a41t district -
la th* oct '
erament 1a( lt'-1 'r illlJf al'1 . .. ., .'* display' la one people to remain oa chi board that w* the above lAhlch B: wild and wooly '
yoke of Spanish oppression lit Wor- of;glassed J 'JenT and the tale of land'grabbing" tile park of
preterves, on
i_t.ft4vt- isalnst the acts by Incandiertsm la placed at "..000.i may to assured of a continuance of
i Iq did not say it.'but one might! have ntoe being! ao'amoged as'to represent the eaterprslng work done and thelgreat l th* railroads,, to be pulled off wL_ dl

THK RETVIZAN FLOATED.ion. BUT ONE,PROSECUTION.For drawn:the eonelnaioa that It was N. the old lighi-aoaee e< Cape Florida In advancement made by the present 'Davis is elected governor was '" 4

i ,j---- B. Broward that set Cuba fne. He Is al 1.tur-j it Is! aa excellent: gray of board through his efforts. oripurported': to be sent to a Jennings .

Marc 10.-The Port Arthur Urlnk With Plural Wives lat decidedly among the greatest of great these toitwome deneaeies.f I W. W. HALL. paper at Live Oak, and was reproduced

eat I K'
that tile,Rnssaa" battleship R.t-I f March 10.Andrew Flabbier his eulogy of the"dJstlD- shows a mantel-piece turrjed out HATTIE CARPENTtR.! rottilned th4 t above mentteoed fake {_ a

:which '''''''damaged by on. : gnUbed1 men. J: N. C. was Intro at'his cabinet shop that cannot be L. MAUDE HIGGASOX. ''t Is too bed that the Intelligence ofa

i torpedoes Ion J til. >Ui of February. \Jensen anlctanf historian of the Mormon duced. He got right down to business] tef: tea by protesional''builder 1 of.this ong-su3ribg: and unoffending 'Dabchon'd -
j RUTH RICKARDS.
Ourti, wap recalled to the stand b .
beef tuzeetaf repaired and Isafloat i, and after paying courtesy to the an- !Ii kind of wore. r. I Ila ELLA C. SINGLETON : b| thug! b-ultej by such.nparmt .
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and, anchored In the Inner !today In tie Smbot I Investigation. Jensen i I dlenee. prefaced: his address by tellingbow I IJ | > U>. Udles department!'i ItTt'ral. \ViLLA BELLE CURFEW, j I''lit ;atcmpLl at political
ed
the machinery
weaL e' tb4 ebtore-'elr -i be : bad been pictured by the I I net eatrles of fancy work, paintings, BERNARD SIONTAGCZCURA" I..l'ry. But! It Is fortunate that '
and the distribution
: o Chnrfh -
n Tlm? -rflaa! and other papers: ; greeted i iI etiJ. were received and pace4: yester- TOE BERT, I'I Fljurlila! possesses only Iwo or three ,'

SEES ;t ON TIUIX. o r a-i I tion'Ir among the apostles I' with s'andsrd oil money. The primirfj il-ir and this momlag. 1' |I 61E G. CANXON Lt4'olications low esou h in the stale

--.J presld: >nt ,lId b bops.' j system of election! was lauded because I This department. la parjlrularly! iiterfgtifcg KATE COL.YER, I I In admit cu*-h rlnt: In to their rolDra Su
-n He ak hat 1 U all but three counties, '
JIarc| reac f it cave to the people the right to taJ / to ho, ladies, "j+hn are delighted -- -.--- --.- I A ('AjI'AIIOf: RECOKD3.
i city today q J the reported asg r the Xormor/ bad a minority In all -ho shall be their! represent.t1TtI I; and enthusiast's! over 1 the ma- I PAVILION TORN |. I j I, In co<< t.Ltura: :! for o.TIce: between

sufferings b$ five thotu.uid t s- other/Ctz, for tes.! Regarding pun- Senator ItJ.'aTtiro! cams in ant, &:lei I, nlilcent work displayed.: I St. Lo\ii., March WThe framenor-, Damo..rlte. rtl.'aarc; llI.on their! tesptc-
._! from Port Arthur and VTpl iihme its !( breaking ru'e. the wlt- lie I ,
j holding ,two sheets: of f ;t'r la hie The Far rromltes: to the mz-ln: I for the Ruffian ni/loaal pavilion at tin rc-ordK as citizens, aslDemocfate 3

[land other' towns la 'Maachni afibers. (''r88 laid :the'an' member not exceptl [ band. J. N. (. declared that there wax J retort,the rest of the week, and bin- ;i, the World's Fair has been torn down i, and aa oldie servants, Is practically

The refugees, who wblf the president were amenableto all the speeches Mr. Taliaferro had delivered dreda-will no doubt attend daily and on receipt! of a cablegram from St. .udl..ren ,able. Hence, the pending acampat

women and children,: boa ee,! th< bAop of their ward and other la his five 1eaJ'1111 the halls ofCongress. see just what can be done by agricul- Petersburg by Contractor LeCouer Is one essentially InyolTtDC'

I sidings for days at a Ui leL officials do i not Interfere. He reiterated the charges ture la Dade county. I .I who has been; la charge of the work the rivi merits, the political fidelity'

t L food or heat.Hli1Il.D I He admitted that he could not recall made In his Punts Gorda speech last I SCHOOL CHILDREN ATTEND. I Work oa the frame work of the pavil-t add the value of the public service

nt one polygamist proiecnted, August that Bent-tor Talaferro Is a nil afternoon at J o'clock the children J Ion was well I under way. The eable-j of the Ujemotrattc party for the oScc J

; U<; BY SNOW.1March who had continued to eohabitate with corporation. and the tool of corporation of the city schools visited the gram was fry n the Department of the which are to be filled at the ensuing ass

,. -- ,his plural !wives, whom be had married, *, and charged that he. as a member Fair la 'a body, accompanied by their Interior, brie! y ordering such work lilt I tlertioni d
The remarkable
ko
the manifesto la 1890.
prior!
t of news of any movement by the I of a Jacksonville mercantile firm teacher ,had been completed: torn dowa. The f had received rebates from the Seaboard They were assembled at the schools to the Governorship-Brown. Broward;
force
..asand: Russian land 'j1a.TalwI t.
: Air Lin* railroad. He said that Mr. and marched from there to die Fair Mays, and Davis-and the four who
fiver district is believed ,[to ARGUMENT IN RESTRAINING
Tallaferro had charged that he (Stockton building when they were sbowaabout FOOLISH MAN AND seek thej nomination as United States
to B report that B terrifiejsnow
I been ) had also received rebate while a first down one aisle then upanother'and Jennings Stockton
"which II.said to.ban J SenaCall
( forced CASEFINISHED. member of a Tampa concern. This he ao on. SaW an the trait easily eoraroaad the
for several 'days, ha MATCH() CAUSE *
.ua. dented,' and IB pathetic language declared and vegetables had been seen, after paramount attention of the DemocratIc -
armies to abandon for UM .
', i ., "I have sever received OM which they were takes,011 the stag electors of the State. This.. good
all :activ* prrparationsat taj.
cent of rebate ia nay life from a corporation to view the paintings fancy work. etc. time to '!'compare notes ..ascertain
.. ... : 4arm DEATH.
and I !tdoat believe tile Mr. and Mrs. Flagler were present where each stands BOW that one-half +
to'prevailing
I BOW slid to
hemmed Tampa company dd. because It was and assisted. entertaining. the little \ of the campaign period Intervening '
n. doubt practically
i" 1- forced Into liquidation. ones who were thoroughly delightedwith between the meeting of th* State committee r '
opp stag forces, ..41|_ aptWIt. I!
Stockton then left the Tallaferro the outing. / and the date of tile primary. .'

.E to expected Rassians aatfl the now wtatberTh The mach-talked' et can of R. Had- subject b> calling the audience to bear Harrisburg Pa, March 10.-Four unidentified election has claused. ;I r:
tbe
onrats BOB Burr et ac vs. the County Commts-. witness that the Times-Union and WAS IOC YEARS OLD. I men were burned to death THE GUBERNATORIAL RACE. .j
totals
large
la the bodiesof
was
] ab cam concluded this morning Miaoal Metropolis would quote him as I Mr, Brown has been a useful and exemplary
who are better prepatedi] to Roanoke Va, March 10.-N.ller la a box-car loaded with gasoline
j when Mr.jCockreU, of Jacksonville roasting Mr. Taliaferro and that he citizen and a good average
had the cold than the Japanese finished his before Judge Racker (cocred) Is dead at Montvale, which caught fire Bear here this morn-
argument had don nothing of the kind simply legislator. HII'candidacy for the
use It seems certain that t hsilVp Jones.b Bedford county at the ace of one hundred Ing. Two others barely escaped with
I told what that gentleman had done Governorship has been taken seriously
men ;wtn'do Bothlng'untilr and sis yean. their lives.
-- ; and what he had by only a few. Of the in-odd newspapers .
All day yesterday was consumed lath not done. .
weather has let In., "I| I The explosion was caused by onemr.a '
reading of the testimony and arguments Th rest of his address was devoted chance for the lights to come back on In the State-0111, olle is devoted -
early change In conditions will lighting his pipe near a cask of
by attorneys. Mr. Wortey to trusts their evils, how they were a lamp was provided. and the address to his Interest and that one. la .
ably YItMA' extensive preparai gasoline. AU..ere employed as section -
opened followed by Messrs. Robbins I oppressing tile people etc. and what bL ecL The talk was confined "exclusively owned and edited by his son.
the part of th Japanese hands the railroad.
i on *, oa
and AUdpBon for tile com Usstooers, _he win do to bast-them;.p when he to what legislation Is needed Mr. Broward has been moderately 1X {
to oat tile reported'plaas
i carry : and they iy Mr. Cockrell for Barr. goes to Congress. la Florida and the ImiuJ Stalest;, and PAYMASTER NOT GUILTY successful as a man of business bat
Invasion of Manchuria" with B '
Judge Jones win consider the law Them came the "aoted filibuster. what he will do when ae Is Governor. his political record I* marred by his
to forcing the Rasalans of
pat and evidence, and render his decision He got rather gay at tile start with the I His political opponents were handled Manila March 10.-Lieutenant John persistent affiliation with J. M. Bam
.territory.
J within t111 next few darn. ladles, and went back to tile beginning lightly he preferring to. land his: own Wise Morse paymaster of the battleship and John N. C Stockton-th* "Thre

SUNSHINE: BURNED. While this cant ha bees before the of the world, when Adam beheld Eve 'ewe and let that of others aloe Wisconsin who recently was accused Friends" of Jacksonville politics. ,H* -

Judge. tile grand Jurors and Judge I..before him, tad how glad he was to I.1 Colonel A. W. Cockrell closed, the of Irregularities la.his commissary was one sheriff of his county, but was ,

March 11-Th* stiamet ,Beggs hat* been engaged IB hearing see and gmse;I>poa'her. He then took meeting with a few remarks IB which fund accounts ha been tried bya suspended from his office for cause by f

plytog!I between Memphis I witnesses and considering charge ap the crying-needs of tile people. Bad !he Impressed upon the voter the Importance court-martial and exonerated from Governor Mitchell and his suspension j

soul destroyed by rarenear filed against various persona for va was laying Iowa law to govern them I of his vote and declared that the charge of misappropriation "of confirmed Into a permanent removal

Tlpton,;Teaa. Ttocrv[ ''rlou crime* Yesterday afternoon they hi great'! fashion when the light lathe :very man la a delegate. to the ballotbos. funds. The court-martial however by a Democratic State Senate. He

As I loss ,YIDat to handed toth* Coot sixteen tndtet han!j out ont Despttet. this, he He did act speak over tea'mlnBtea found him. guilty,of ,neglect of duty has been a legislator and a* such '

brl.i. 2M tons of freight,.the :Bents, aad] then returned to their room kept up{bin talk la the dark and and ent.r.(/act Into'campaign mad sentenced him to to reduced tea participated In securing the enactment

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p 8uWL DIJIZCTOBTVTATKointxRs.: 1 RECORDS COMPARED. 'supporter: many vote -'which- ;:mlgh tltlona t In a fair and open tournament '?. ,
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i _. otherwise have been taut ta fcehaif o r\! of discussion la the- presence of large For Best Meats and Choicest Poultrji ?

r (Continue ftnu First 1"a.'O.,) Mr. Stockton Or GoYenaw'JThe I crowds of delighted fellow! Democrat
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........, 'of 3Ut.- It.I .praxlord.lr _* -- official! record of 4t Block toi, Supported at the beginning of hiss

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,' AUurat)4rIH.......,..............I.. ..L t'.V.It I hl.L-.s.n.dk.-Waq: I tiM\ilk an dif/rived of the right o f evidence He has been aTa caiber 01 r newsrafer of the State the list of ,. ,

.. ate.. i, I .. 'r ." rnuc'ut. And! be "'b"menUJ r those whose editors,! and ,
... 4 State' 1ature--e managers
..... r a tAOJOT4" I Ir -B K. 101 L o th- Leg:: as a I I 10'th.
t l"-M...ll J L (.,K.-Mrl; I 11.l\.i 'u"stroot and A'Vc. D. .
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Pi..d 1. '.Aimi"<'., < (*.i' A ,i.', t. Trrr..uirj +1.1, 0 t a I-I..I//<' 3t.tte' J.ol1tilJ I.I rano.ri. \ former PrP: eat or a ',ore thug 61 Personally unknown -- --
tu<..''L.. y o, > .. .' lj> a I+,| nrr "I '-i j| .. '
.. I ., d. 1 .r", J U t '!"' .*' .'Ij't .j ai ii>' tal.... lie : o* tunu.tjrli .' ea fast ,h. t therr hi':iinhi!* of the campaign! to They Carry a full Line cf
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S. In II... tl.iij4Mi am'i I allfn; eoal ., II a :. r'... .*" r,. and hl5: features are They establishthe!
!Iq.1 ( I1. l.jl'C C.: rstun' 1 rsiness
'61. .. 'I I (j 1 II. c m. at : ; h. re in April. 1896.
radon--at I. 'W.. t" I .1$ I.. if "Ii.IIr tlllllll-li-riDX{ ; ; % in'.;j! .i I.t- t1oStOf. .beinocrul- n.. r..lvnr: to gtdte: as large a r.um-. .
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4 x! Airu ui I r [ f.. ui I liliu-...f, he is acting D''nio- 1 ,ih 11 !II" has ;.,-" tly begun a H. F..
rt.a t aid i ia .1 a"r t il ImM-r! of o31eL3 aa "u- Scruggs--
i& .: I r.tn..b"biu-a..n. l' ",. r *' $t1.I I ,al' ramnirffn! ,e
I. ,*,till- t'J of LiICFIl ; t d",,,',.,' I ,;. ,Atj11;lJ(t't :v.. 1 j1 rnn
"r t> -f iat; the laws: ar.- ta.lhnt I 1.;} s yl .0'- h.- F r r ,"or,. h""li lvn'ib'e. a"fd! .
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...... I tv -<< .I.' rl"' lua 1> I > Can th.JpemoztjCOhlc i
_......" '...d;.'" .1'. .W. ,. i'" .> f-, liy .lar, ih.' (1..1- ,' 'Wr I I,.ia r', v. .. ..n ;. dUlll.llIs+ to the final '
1.JU't. l l".ri.I"- c-Tor: I.it '
c> 4 <
And
wt. I I.tl + Dealer in PU'MULNTi
kttW.f'U I II rj I ii'1- is an r ii;; 'el IUiit! ( ib.-u' such a ".,. in lii* B< o Iei'.tIt.t' llo'J 1 1Go ul-! !it' :J.i 11! ', "t of fiosT who ]; : [ 8lPPIJIr ]

sl a ran I T .n i L..r-' i a. ((1 11-0 'ill re.rt-: Dtatea' : -1 'Ire1, nl''u him. and J ist now evatlitii ,

.... .".. ... .. > d1 ,. or h. i .....|:'1/ in Ih..I l,, i'lan : 'Mr.>, rrI"d, : points: to his,notnlnaL 10W Ullend.irff Block, A\I-IIIII D r
.v. .
..r J. has Mm Ftuninent .
> .i" unfrgs
:r.' 43 Ir.l.- D-jnuxrn and va a I It' I.; i.trje ma.or.y at the Bret
.' u.I..r.I"tltl'l', fr << Nd ., . t ;,M o{ ha! eount aids'" his MIAMI .
r .i tai.Ji : < before for last ,1 :i l'o.r..I.I I FLORIDA'S
\ .. t.,: l. I twure re. tented it la the L4lslatureM'TiIug ..
o ;"a n ;- 'fci'i for iiomlncrtio (ho'I.Ii rC Fr.O\t: THE rErosn.Gorr ,

--.t:I t 't u ti ay N. ap.r ..It I c lie unw seeks. He uu.l! DO tine fern aa speaker,of the +'r Jennings, la a tt'nJlltl&g -- -

-s- I I It I.+l.l in.;tt r.ltj,.. a ra'ifcfartory. and ranJMv ..... .Iis nomination.. ., toPthe'oaii-e! : ; to hitit at slur i a.1 ....rro before -'-' _y
atlUOAU fJII MUHIOSK** -
; i kreM|iif wb.| tt .... the r.lit of Novelty7.roxi.Ecs
; .HI a + ii.H. I s IIjJ t.} a eomtrpakice) bo-
',. ... Bur-i louH l inv. 1 fallow I> n'lxratu .1,0' are rot a-i;>ir- that! fie Senator hs. II-'Our'.h"' lit

J. L. M rfailh| 4r i -f. [ ing to t'e! rcntitlon; but for .>..,'10:" Utfuu.i.i.$ .uKii'renta: oLTtisXOt:'.r tle or nothing!, while, reirDt'n' the ',
K.C. l .t.it, M*ll...n I"t. ; .
4. .H_........... .44 ..4..,. 0' rbv W | is a; i, \1s time: fur MH-h |'irt>-nnent- iUu, h n 0r, \' i lon.inent oadUJatM. and people of Fkir'rta! In the Senate. Hence amt ID torter.
.. rB. OpTAiM'i % t<| II teas. > r..lH
,.... *
-- I :, of the .'
clarity i ii'aum.tan'
au'.t!
-r I j 1in th<' i-i of. man) onotlii-r "or- It cis. be well)! to call attert'01 to the ...

f.' ''JIIIlI.i.O'IL: ,, ih. 'r''j.1 .." '.. < it'.cn-hr.. not arnr- that h,' ,.ns related toraniluivr !1naa1net 1 ftfly. as shown by the d'irsional:: d For Anythinela; 4, .

!.*. M. ftrll.yjjMl.ml.ESlfft! ;i I <'I II,. .::1 rirrv his own ruuaty,. for tie Presld-Macy. .'* Hut Kccurl: II. r? ii an abstract of the : Wood Novelties. '
I I .
.r < inn. DI-Tkl'T' I| :> ,I ..h"! Ii .s r"'ior'rd' tote overvi"uflming- "t1'f't""I. t. pat forth_in elaborate detail I il.s! Introduced by the Senator In the $

._ Brtrmnl wl I).I.Cews l>7 himself deals' ,with his Wiiitow aDd dour screens. wlad %
'& ( .t., i.. '."r sit> ton H riri-utiiftan<*.* that. If chleHy "Cth and 57th 'ooJrefIIP8: nd dint fritrlcrer.. fliunr.Ult :

R... R., S. 'Ii'. k. alga Bli. j J'' I true. in itM-if )ptirtrndu diMtster to hia arts as Governor, Kid make* -the most Total bills and resolutions . . 39 fork, itoii# trimming all klad*. 4t..:

DADS CouTr.EPCekITATIY.r: '; jU .'alive.Mrs. absurd and fantastical of credr I'..,o J U.i :i
hi ,
x COOTT orrirr.KN. Governor, Is welt known In eve] .and for condition* entirely;*remote Referred to Court of Claims . S CONTRACTOR AND BULDKa. ,...<.-*

i+ .tI I quarter ot the State to be a citl: t'n from his official aetal H a-eudJd.1'7 Read twice and referred . . 16 PU.I'''aso srtciruTiojia.. ""

Oouot c..o 1.-411118"Att..r tmlrt" 'f"'aL II."..* I In. I without n r r/. *h. a Democrat of unm.rchaMe .. has been shows to'lb* units Vlolatlve Indefinitely! puntponed . . . 2 ..:_
..rt [ t i'.- ..1 : K" ",I. IIO! hero. +
-..IL I -_if"T.i.111 err/R I ; fidelity; and as a'pubiiservant e of the State, ConaOtutJoa.JfJTU: pretence it will appear from the foregoing

1IIIotrI1r MIL,; I !! of I hePOlletII" let1slator, of1 devotion to the! Interests oft that more thin twenty-five and one- Are You Going to Build ? 'I

_i c.I d Ttiats-.TNr. A. Itar.lee" t'ee 'i.. speaker of the Florida House 01r.t'.r..I.lalh. the people bas been expoa djt>y the half per cent of the whole number In-
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-AGtn.-B. '1..1'.,WUmt f. ,, l .... aa delegate to aa, khonlng that aa a kgltiaior;be 'opposed trodii<,<. Tr.a.ute. .'. 1L Rank....... .Ianolo I. the payment to tat I If so. or if you need building material of nay"kind *]
school funds
Cwtntr ip-Hai......-i ..Mrrtill. Harm Vl' t.. should not lai| to
ae' you
of Interest on amount t the fund seeJ.
for four sit resnive terms-ha I and one-half per ccct passed the Sen-
a**>r.ra-lien fi I
...-...ut.c:*......... Seat .'..1'..............10.. fKalrker. : corstrurted l for himself a record that from proceeds of 'the': IpdlAa war ate lout failed or failed to come up in i '
J.riu-r:! H. E. M' l ] kl .W.*i I
Job*Hr...... \ll&nl: H, *. HeMari 1 Cioc.vfu'Wttk ; 'U prt>'trlly| Invincible and anaasaiV Halma. His perfunctory 'dectaratioi.In : Hou e. nearly thirteen! per 'eDt-pn. !
_:'r..U 1.-1... alU A'..IoUIl...] A.
--r-.1. : 1 I able. Offlcial duty baa thus far prevented a ineige that "a 8ta Mo9aclz.-l. to slon and relief bills-sire referredfor McDonaldCo.

t OiRCCT'OOOL. f nr IIIVJN'fI'+ .IrDU'1 I extensive participation by him discharge properly l1el. U" .and settlement to the court of claims;
I. CIRCCIT.it ': I function of his om te]not aniy required S
In the active: work 6f the campaign, a fraction over forty percent did not .
gaknclac t>*,....) ;, to give every possible moment ,
but he is now flailing several sections reach a third reading! on the calendar .

nf..ft Pr..uU.Jadlie-Yfsbr. "' .........,-a-Joi.ra. !>. ...TlhU.Wp.1..... lrlMOkrk .. of the Slate and U everywhere received : of his time. but kla. best"attention. while only a fraction over five percentof Dea'e9lU' Lna"*I'. 1Ah. SI-li: =lc*. 'IOfIkU.( ... CuI.I.. BrkkUse.
''< r...r k. C IVmrtior. MitmL I Ccmeat Plaster Hair. FiteG. .
... .. .. I by the people with manlfeslltioni and cannot give say attention to prl- the whole lumber defeated In '
were
.
r- Till, C r-iiM <<<:Mrl ci.i> -< ii fir' ; yards sad 1Ml.. A. ?' ....w.i..... jBrth Moa.Ur.. I. fa...attx-ri of approval and enthusiasm; which rate business matter.'* U grotesquely the Senate by Indefinite postpone- :
TMVI M rtn4 M Dm's' I* aprll.j I strongly Indicate his eler'on: aa their contradicted by hla preaent practice of ment.

j !' CWtT .: favorite candidate the first primary. pending the greater pail,II,') time MEAT MARKET, :

C.IyJ.4Ape.. B. HrT*.....t. j TilE SENATORut, CANDIDATES. away from his post of_duty while engaged PRIMARY.
POLK COUNTY
..
f iMwniUIW eiA.raev-J T. bo .falalj!
M.'Ml. teJa la an. elaborate __ of the
Wt Ter.-thud war Mr. can was the latest of the candidate '
i-v-rtM T-n .nm Hwter to A-wiL r offlclil tealacer- C \o\ce\ lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork
S ..>._TI-TIH H'* M"l.r la J>uy. i for the United, State Senator State for votea His 10. to
March
Bartow. -Pursuant a
.. Tale T-MMiMl'iiiiiOriuteb. t tr '
Ity and Incoaaliteocy haTAen demonstrated Sausage Hams Poultry etc.
ship to enter the race,, bat be i* eon- -
call the County Democratic Committee ......
D.siL11DOyriCR6AlWY1LLIt.! j ... '
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by ate veto 1 1 JUM Do .
.- darting o lively,campeJca:wrltb mach ;Tery ap- morning t tVE3CE MIA.VI. rUMUBA.FREDK. ..
.. ..01.... .......,. proprltLoas for pbua1aUtaUoa I assembled Monday at the .
,w.Q.. autlMM.. >*>-. : t' of hla ord-tlmevtgor sad spirit although. ,koOee ot Hov E..C. Stuart,|chairman.
cmrarH II&CTO. Ike Is sow over, 70 of aP. boIMlnt.whirl ba.h a. itN'm'aaeniliulla !
: yean | la the absence of the chalrmaa. Judge <:

p' '.arTMr.Uunrr- Av>>mMOM-. Tla elral- Contrary to expectation be appear Via ateaaaa to ti.. Legislature' ; j C.;'A..Boewell, who held his proxy was S. MORSE J'
sill.'clot credit for .which 4>e BI w cialma U aaaTlac.of <
=JtIC'.L not to represent
Tani I BOW what was once 'elected chairman pro tern. ,!wlth Hon ; ,
"- v.... M. ..*.' rmv.r..* ,........) familiarly known aa "Calllsm and the vetoed to
.W "'".4., Dtc ti$ %f ...; an i r i rordlall7lu. ; Mai Relf aa teeretary.
....... 10 ;Jr. ..Wajrriw.u .....'.[. ,, baa trtonfthed; both friend and adversaries the taivayrn.aDl0IID3111U retl with REAL ESTATE

r.r..l.r &.&It...... .._. en.- Air I by otterancea concerning and openly t i .. of;I J. S. Howard; a candidate for TaxAraessor. : :
_Ca.. all .--irrarvrr ....u.. WW..4d.ys411a tendered his resignation asa
m.j 1.h4ry ,.boo" M iviulnawy "corporate power" "trust," etc. almost the party platform 4 i lakioe vacancy I I
I Iat
Pr..eble. M 11 a'a.tpa.rth I.ae..r at : member and upon the I 1.
H cab d
ppolntoieota. rae alaueif.
prwek/eq R rf18 ..C..A. yuu "...<,. directly the reverse of those la ; meJIda-1 'Office stair Co,.. Ave. C and U 8'1:
lion of the commltteeman i up tb
tfa.or. his I
( which be was wont to Indulge la his part). hU State ita people by '
M]1 &.ravacak Oomrr are... C a.4 1 liu. adTOcatlnc the atrod ma dlapeaaaryijratem. district Peter A, Pakn. of unmet City :
'aa.aa--PVSse1I. sill .'dnrk .. r1u.b.1eba ., I Former numerous campaign Hla : I Miami Dade Co. Florida. :!\'
# / 141 .....1. -1111 at 71e I. tor.twwertl .: I mantle as the apostle .fanatkal antagonism He baa lam jted the sacred WM elected to fill the vacancy.The j ,, ,

L-atw (:1*< .. .-: ...... t-nrank memory or the laDleD .. Gordon 107 committee Issued a call for a I -- - .. --_ .
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____.&i' Meet r.retise We.e.+.4., I to those whom be called ,
..euiagldh1ed.ei. : All a. a.b,..wel" i using his portrait u campaign documeDt. county primary on May lOUt AU
U A. (--VIT..r>&M<>r. I the corporationista. seem to have IIEAVY BLACIC9111TDINO. "

-rinnn| ('........ ri &..AvrnU sand k.k 1 tieea discarded by him. to be assumed His Inordlaa vanity ImpeU- ,, county candidate must have their DoreMKin.r, "' ac..n A Carriage Worta".
--.." ...t Pram. .11 1'el.vk; 11>im aj i I in a rather tattered and dilapidated ed him to have his a e inscribed: In names certified on or before April 21st. I F F. B. Hayen, All Kiuds RPpalrtnll' ...'
.
Mbwi 11 s.wpUy haute P.sv.r 1p'; Weq c.
r dsy.vr'ala. 7s... lt 4v. Csb.rha..e, arsl condition,. by his former henchman thrfJe tJ1lreren; pJar. ajIoa the ,.. and mast pay the amounts assessed, toalt j I Brsaing and lderlC 1 ':
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ta al w F r4 Iklnlr d w&Wais..54 State All Work Gu* ai.t **d. rirst- laak
Ubll State Tortured with : Senator ill
.ee..d ss4 ..unb .. ('_ : ;John N. C. Stockton, who apparently C.pltoL ; Represents-I I .'
-pr.u..li p .. M L rnL< )
;' >>".n...... t3ta M't..t sad A'.!'%* Af store for hlni b. MIl into priat', J0; Tag Assessor. $30; County Treasurer j Shop 1800. Avenue D. -
11.yita a-w'''''. nnrnliif/ Mil Mork.e.d..Wp '; -a Senatorship In the once potent I
sued 7...".,lit h->v. ',. ,mt-now moribund doctrine of "Call- with "open letters" dre-4' his I $.10; Prosecuting Atforney( $20; -: -. -
1 ba ,...W, F'am, rwtor.. i
't Ji I i iifL uretstul: competitor ator TallyferTO Clerk Circuit Court jib; Tax Collee-
"'DtWft"'D R.r7ttr 111.145 ..' KmIta abandonment by it* owallstlngulshed I : ,!;i\'i\Ii 'i'! 'i\Ii.t'i 'i\/i\/i\!
iL'S. .. to .bo .ImI tor, $40 County Superintendent. I-S i '
:;: i. 'I :1..*.'" sad 1Ia, *' t author furnishes abundant Immediate convicted ; ; f.

x / MIAMI Or TRADoi!: and convincing evidence of Mr. or mJaqUoUDC the 0 lal records of' County Surveyor County CommUalonera. V 5 .

U!. j I Stockton' error. Mr. Call will doubted Congress la a weak at pC to assault +; Member of Board of Education. :.' !:qcB

rY 14..td.nlf, ijnillam! ... lie..... secure from former friend and the Senator' record. j poG this somewhat :Justices of the peace constable mem- (

lint Vte. 'ra.d.el. T. V. Moire i extraordinary "r cord" the Governor i'hers State Committee and member of
tfs sceo4 yie-a-Pr.MMr.it. J. K Lnranu ::
Mietarl..L V. Hx-km. | .V. M.'Bytngton Lummua. J. B. will ask In vain for the support ; County Executive. Committee from

Treaaorsr. B. 'B. TktaM.BoMd I E. T. LaSaHe. A. ULeffler. I of truthJovlng and *eUI'NpeoctJnl'DeIllOCl'lltL I II Polk county $1 each. I ( ISea Dru

W .Oovenx- W, II. Browa.. BradyB. U C. D. I y' ? e <5 5BERNETHY compavy

p. T.|r. "--. / B. ..._-. A. tt: HerM Bailey, D. M.Badge. McDonald. J. A.Marnard. I Senator TaHaferro spoke to acme _
(. 3. B. Rsflly. IV. W. Haha. ;W." W. ; Senator Tallaferroi /ecord u aatmblle (
:. Plait Jeha Ill.w.ILITANDINO ,, IL C. W. Q.router. purpose at the Lfv Oak political meet i iIDC ,
I C
{ active and loyal Demecrat.and u a J. \ Proprietor
COMMIIT>EllS.' O. D. Mailer. O. I : -The Busines Senator" ta ,
devoted and succeaafu! errant I
LAWS-Aaae. V. R ; PatksraonJ t.; Burdine. J. M. Morse Fred 8. I coming to the fore aa a public speaker.IT --
r .a....... Jaaea T4 ",_. I IK. H.; Backus, ... W. Moore T. V. U an open book. Recognlxing the right I T

;.Wortnr. C. A. Blackniaa. B. V. McDonald, W. H. of 'the people whom )M ha. so ably largest stoc c'of Drugs, Fancy Stationery, Toilet

W.j RlIXlBS-BKlley.Haa. F. W.; Rpea.. B. C.11.*: ;BaekM.PrtesHek.I r.. Chaine. W. H. .. UcKlnnoa. O. A. represented at Washln [toa to.hare an P. A. Danforth.SAVED rf HIS La LEO.G....... Ga. rJ Articles, Eta, in South Florida. Pipes, Cigars and ]

I I. Cohen. L Nelson EdwinCbeatham. account of hi* stewardship he and hi* Tobaccos. '

,f HEALTH AND %ANITASTJackMa.J. J. H. Peck. R. J. r supporters early presented to the subs suffered for alx: month with a frigfctul I

(r M. Jr.; ....-.. WT W.; Eakw. OO- Conrad. J. AProut.. W. W.Patterson. I le a romprehenalve're lew of bus sir running sore on his leg; but write a Prescription Department in charge t

leIS.t ; ". ...... R.I ..t Ktoic. It, ,M. 8. UParrlih s achievements. hat BJIf' I"'. Arnica. Salve wholly of a illfnl and careful hand . .
dark. P. C. rice and .This record. I
.
B>ETVsTRX AND HARBORtOaithaMe.Cka r I -
-urc-u It In five day*. For Ulcers
H.I ........ ,WnH C:, fatas*. Drake, Gaston Allan R. notwithstanding Ita brilliancy and effect I
DongU E. B. Rhodes, W. Wounda..Piles. It'* the best salve toh4 BlSCAYNB IILI1C MiAMi FLA.
a a> lhaitatia ,M. t aR !veneaa--or became thereof-h.. I .
r ,RAILROADS AND' rRKOHTSI yore J. K. Rase, 0. J been ylnou.I7.7et va Inly" assailed by wnrldJ: Cure guaranteed. Only 2Senta.

,. B. I>:' l.0er. CD: .; 1.41...... Erwin. W. W. Reilly J. RKurt. Sold by all druggists.
his. competitor, bat I'' Maud BOW a* I ) ;
IL: Brwta. W.. :W...Wcn-aM. J. A. W. 'w
Enloe. Dr. O. Dr. S.Frlsell
CHAJtmEft-aytactoa E. T.i j |ClH- tJ. It did at the bestnalng-of the campaign + :

a teen: ., ILl Douclaa. K. &; Oautlor. TN O. CFlanagan. Rnmph. Edw.Rauleraun.: I absolutely ImpregBabl*.- Hia two principal .' -- -- I (0

; Xi__.... C. I.A02ICULTCRE.Biachmaa. R. 8. C. H. opponent have PI. with an > Governor Jennings has incurred the I
!IB v.; Frederick. J. 8.rans. flew ell. E. O. .
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nm'ty: of the old v eta by sending outl.otozravsres
..-. IP.' s-: Tatwn.' 3. H; Orjllnt A.. J. 8. gaxelby J. n. almost vindictive Ingeaaity, to Induce
IC. to believe la their counter 1 of / the late General :
D.' Dora t. Grlack. A. P. the public .
R C f. -
PCSUC BtJILDINOS-Hornerj J_ WEewsi. nlmr. jorttou. "fm'll4ll1e4 l by a lot of Jeni'. :
r Clrtman. JAmes Julius ..assertions but with the fcrteAest ease I'
} ...tIp.. IL c.: 11.1117. Z. a: Smith has sot tree campaign lI"u.! '-. I*. The gor- e
the Senator successfully
Join: W .Wr. H. T. Cautier. T. N. Stoneraaa. F. B. only i
*- ACTURE -FraD. Olw Ci Grabam 8. Snlzer. A. S.Carthslde. :. and overwhelmingly'refuted their root can befer wrvk the Tallaferro ) F. W.l HAHN
' WMMCtF bind J. A- IUIo... .tor'j-l! train In this way-Mtlllaa -
- .e Y.; Bf C. H. Shanaaan. M. a'anderou! Imputation, bat has conclusively IyAseht
W Rellty J. R j r', Herald Lr:"
3 of
convicted one of them
KDUCATIOKAttf-Bordtee. W.! M): Gallatt.. F. Seven. John y Q -. .....

.l'Jn.a ,,.. W.; 0......... lUdmone B. i j jLnl Oantler. R. B. Seymour. R. H. misquoting and falsifying the official et.. aa' J3as12Sotr


Jeans; XM ..A. \ W. H.Hayee. Turnag. J. I.Tatnm. actual guilt of the" very thing with brat draftsman la the South and "t

' IMMtORATION.BIakaiaa.. P. sU ,...-. t. VL Dora.. I.B.8.rr t.Lr.e. .. J. H. B. B. which he had ehargedf[ the. Senator. I have ben snier'og for the past better prepared than ever for fur .

ve'-J.. Y. H. B. Shaw. J. C Oramllng.Tatnm. Taunted while ......t.trona the State .w year with a severe attack of Ing plan and detail for good

1DiTIUtTAUlIIPT"r; IIUI I. L J. H. at his poet of duty.'with disposition beon-.atltn. sad found that Ballard' Ing. fID, cabinet work etc s

y ..s e. H. C.: OarthsMe..C H.: Riify.J Jon*, at I.Bdheltagtos. to avoid meeting hi*' opponent Ispublic :now Uatm""nt! was the only thing I am now headquarter foP-a

8.: IeWIIII. JainADV88TISIxoTitwe' ,at F.Whose V UBeyaer. work scroll stwlng and aU <
and reputed tack work
s a, .....- debate to lhq bat gave me satlsfa-tiou. and tended

rg ..?% r. ...'----. ".r.. ......*. A. L Wall T. A. foreaale powers 'which they".aaaumed G alleviate my pels* March II'". IMS.oka tally don la a first das ,.luJaa aiaiSe

.;V': ..........,... her.Twe ;HaB. W. W. Whaler H. T. to poeseea the Senator Matched from C Degaaa.! KIn..... nL tSe, Send me your order tor'door aa*

tag.Bat at -'*' awsstertagta Hahn r W. .Wortey. O. A. his 'Otl
11..11 ta afl are a* IbOowKw I H...... W. J). Wilson, J. L brief opportaatUeii.Weoatroat them etc, sad eoavtoced... -t: .'
macy. :
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J. W. Woolwpeth.,1. .
i tC A. J. Heraer. "
..... : -e. J falriy'deukoUsaW
__ J. at Jr. JOasaaie C UBurdine. sad their eo.t'et Iw MIAMI FLh ,
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I aJtllilVlOl lliCANDIDATES TRUTH OF HISTORY. STATE NEWS.

''I FOR OFFICE.Anoounremrnu I I Alfred Henry -Lewi ,ha written .i:'I.1 After,'along j lingering- Illness. Rev. WHAT OUR fRMERS. ,:

-pig prresionsi ..BV(1aC.SCiC.i(iiliC a.....e : sketch! of William Jennings Bryan for j,I J. C. Porter so well known In Florida
will IA inserted In the '''the Saturday Evening Port of moos u tIIe"ecUtor of the Baptist Witness.

Duly and weekly Mctropolla for Mn dotmn. than passing Interest Mr. Lewis! died at his residence In Ocala Saturday ;WILL COMPETE FOR
or tn "lh.r editiu i for eve dollarm
Candidates for County CommtackNicn '' know Mr. Bryan well He has sups 'I afternoon at one o'clock. The deceased I F

i oDd membrn of the school board will IMcharrad ported him with his voice and pent; came to Florida about twenty

[ ? gRAHAM P. PATTERSON A ERWIN. _balf (bees &. But he doe not Imitate to throw; years agog!seeking relief from pulmonary i Ii *
No announcement inserted saW paM .
light upon a transaction In the career trouble and was so greatly bene-

ATTORNEYS At LAW, tar. he I flttad byjth! climate that be entered
== of the Nebraskan when came to fine List of Premiums (Contributed For Dade wUntfs.fair .
hell /.t
eel la nears. i tinetuae.eer.x.a.tu
t.d p..rhr.iaetits. Congress la 1191 which should open upon active. work both u e preacher

... W* base tko emlyokonwM x.r.we FOR TAX OOiLECTOR. the eyes of Southerners In the courseof and as aa editor. j jj. t Exhibits.
knot eovortac DM* Or y.a .
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I hereby announce myself a candidate : 4
oxr. Miami. Fl.. r his sketch Mr. Lewis says:
for the office of tax collector of GIVES.HEALTH VIGOR AND TONE.
"Tke BAt for a Speakershlp was alight 1
Dade County subject to the action of lBer1lble 1I I
t. UAQO!. L D.. the coming Donoeratle primary. for the Presidency and a tariff ta a boon for sufferers from ,

oneS w. use don .......,. dw T. N. QAUTIER. and aH 'that was tremendous In government aneaasEa.i[ By its use the blood li Prizes Our Farmers Will Be Entitled to in the Different Classesof .
There were Messrs. Mills and '
MUool silk sues quickly regenerated' and the color become
oft....Ave O FOR STATE'S ATTORN>$T. Crisp and McMillan and Hatch and aoinal The drooping strength Produce Displayed and for the Best of Other Articles
FLOIttDA. Springer Ia the scrambles Mr. Mills .
,
MIAMI. I hereby respectfully announce Myself la revived. The languor Is diminished. L
;
Placed March 9 10 II and 12.
Before the Public
I candidate for the once el we the Cleveland candidate: against ,
u a Health. ;.rigor and tone predominate. I
J)1 J.. n. JAC1m0It. a I States Attorney of the Seres** Ja- Mr. Crisp, the Gorman candidate. Mr. New. fife.and happy activity! result
I
1 OmCK I Iv' I dklal: Circuit subject to the vote ol Cleveland and Mr. Corssaa ..rivals Mrs.: Ban H. Shlrel. Mlddlesborongh.IB ,

.% 'Har'ii.BISCAYXIBwci<, "LD. the Democratic primary. for a Presidency and the ponessloa .. writes>"1 have been troubled The Seventh Annul Fair of the Did County: Agricultural Sodatr

:_b + dw CECIL 0.19UTP. of the Moose wa of prime Importance. with liver'.cplalnt aDd poor blood. win be l did at Miami. Florida March t. 10, U and U. 1904. ta the Horticultnrtl -

i MIAMI. .. vLOBIDA.A ,! The battle began Mr. Bryan voting sad hare fwund nothing to benefit me Hall.

fO m COCNTT BCHOOC SCptRDrl1Q4- for Mr. Springier. The war staff Uk. Hsrbtne. I hop nerer to be Th Premium List la much larger than ta put years, aad.than togreater
..-...: c..W.X.ww+e.fP117t1IST DCXT.
OJ gored on for hours there came a ballot ta their beat exhibit
,. I'A ; without It I have wished that I had incentive for the farmer to bring

*;wiu4A- I. ter sup.rlsteadet WIlt ....... Iaar.eti.s oa the heel .< ballot Mr. Hatch kaowaoJt It ta my husband's's lifetime. This year the management bas added a aew .dapartmeat knows

.r'I'G >R!L1T'Law. are Dada Oewtr. srtjm. .e the -win .< withdrew his aaaN and went Into the 50 coats Bold by Red Cross Pharmacy. a* the -Woman' Department" This to under th* maaagemeat .,'

"DI.--....... sad a.aak..w 1M votes .. ..,. ls 5q.ees.a et thesp cancans t* vote for. Mr. CrUp. Mr. -. 0555 Meedamea Bytagtoa and SawteU.. This department Include paintings.

c.u-. aattt.....l.a"a.: r4".w.. .easbtag De.sentM..prl.a So >T.S.etlO.. Springer withdrew bin name and went 1Ii'L'v. CaUey brought to the Dally homemade canned product* and fancy work. This department win

'....... I- ylereaa.a "w aAgi.Fl& Into the maws: t* vote for Mr. Crisp. Capital offle last Saturday a specimenof add aew Interact to these annual fairS and win MTV aa a stimulus lath :"

: ; Mr. Crisp wm ta the finish by the rye:raised oa his place near the manafactur of home-made product, painting and fancy work

1DR' !N. Be WSH. ( 1 hereby s..a.oa slrmf .s -- merest fragment of a margin-two I dty. 'The .stalk I* fully seven feet Mr. J. B. Hockaday. auperlatendent of the SoaUwra Express Company ,

.oat. for tk* sans of Clerk of the Oreutt votes I think so close and Derce was high; vigorous aDd healthy In appearance not only offer a very substantial prize, but baa authorised: tree

,.. .Ome.IIiFtttb.a..w.1""stee'Ikorft&..." sad kot.e rteeee rig.jt. actloa Court of of tko Dodo Dtojiat.tH Oownty.eokjoet Aare.des toMM that fray which wonM settle Rational !: 'The Bead of the stalks of fruit. service on package weighing 150 pound or lea, consigned" to II:. T. r'

.... .. .tLI I. B. U WHITE. detlalea. thongs:not'fully matured are quite Blackman. Seaetarv.: from an points oa the line ot the Florida East

.U. ..:S3.'t. January L rest "As I'.. related Mr. Bryan voted eight\ inches la length and give promise Coast: Railroad la Dad County. =

I la the beginning for Mr. Springer. ot a great yield. Mr. Cnllry ha Each year there has been aa Increasing Interest manifested ta

W. ..u: s. FOB CLERK cntcorroocRT.I What became ot aim when Mr. Springer only I a,small plat In cultivation but these annual fairs by the.t&rmen ot Dade County.: This, year there
.. hereby assesses ..,..., % ea.dldab
.... o.ui.. Mader for tko office of Clot Of tko Cancun withdrew? MrJ] Bryan still voted the.spedmea amply shows what Ftor U every prospect that the farmer ta aU section of the County who .

r:' naaSa' laVBrfldi.gwAofA'.lstl. jiai..* a": ... .;in- Court for Dodo County. ..bjoct .. tbepproaeklnc for Mr. Springer. That gentleman Ida aoU aad.climate can: produce I. hive never taken any interest ta tile fair win have large nhlblta thai ;

eeidewee a Specialty D...cratte press eloo- himself "u'tIthIC, for lit. Crisp He this great sarongs l( properly cultivatBd. season. Each year the resident IB an portion of the country are real-: ,

.. of-.ect,131S. Aroroi D. dw too. Z. HERRTTT.: I! had withdrawn big' name. He was no .-Tallahassee Capitol. IrinjC; that this la a Dad County: FaIr. not Intended to build up any

1 longer a candldau. Yet to the last 5 particular portion of th* County, but to render the bust possible service _.

LJJI.I.S.CHAJTB" ; ; Bums Vhrta Fkvt roll can which gave victory by a braceof f '- MORE RIOTS.Dlatarbance to all part of the County. t In I bringing ta new settlers aad|building a*

'y I take this tiatk. to tsafona the voton vote to Mr} Crisp Mr. Bryansat of strikers are not the various industries of th* entire County. '

DENTIST.Home or Dado Cauwty that-1 will ko a eaa- shooting bin lonely. arrow la UN air nearly.. grave u aa Individual disorder This will be the greatest opportunity that the oC Did.County *

r felrs la.... ..Nt... SestbsslI .w''. r .dldat, tko'f.-uoa Orcwlt Court to subject tko onV to tbs of aetIoII CUrt for Mr. Springer In .brief. be throwaway ot the system. Overwork loss ban ever had to make a display of their produetaJ I! TM .

'AD..aa--.j n.onm&+ : : ., the Domoerad jil""""silis. May M. his vote Ifa! contest where a of sleep, >sjervoua tension will be followed much larger namber of tourists% and prospective\ seUlorr lq the County

JfJAWL j promldns. U ...... to part_ tk* .* throne wa the! I triM Why did Mr. .by: utter collapse unless a reliable than at any previous time since Dad County has been opened up far

I UM of the one*. .. tile-futsrs. a* ta tk* Bryan thus waste Because, remedy U immediately employed settlement by the Florida But Coast Railway to this point
'
Seekers: : ...... to tko toot of my aMnty. I will efficient
There's to
b* grateful to tkooo wko will favor BO I Ai he explained la:a day when be wa nothing so We want exhibit from every portion of the County. WE WAIVE ,

,.. Attoffioiu with tb-, r vutoa.iw not *o old nor *. canning u b* I* now cur' disorders of the Liver or Kidneys YOUR EXHIBIT. BE IT EVER SO SMALL. r
Ton wilKod it to tour raterest E. CVEARBORK Messrs. Hatch and HULi, and Crisp! *s Electric Bitter*. Its a wonderful RULES
can me before tavc ting.Vwrni tonic and effective nervine and the
to 011
f L were ex-Confederate IOldl ra. Mr. L AU exhibit in till fruit vegetable and manufacturing department .. -
bed ttoasea and, r K>*n. to FOR COrNTT nu! IIVBEIt all around medicine for
rent Real krgaiD.la rca'< Ute. To tko Deimcratle Voters of Dado Coua- Springer had beer a union man a greatest rundown mud be In Miami not later than March 9. at 13 o'clock noon '.. e-

.;2 city and count rji; Insnfaoci.taxc$ *. t,. Florida: third of a century! before. Mr. Bryanwas systems.jit dispels Nervousness.RbsmaUsm' There will be no deviation from this rule. The Interest: of the Fair,

collectiona. ticj att htte4 tot 1 I borvby announeo serif a candidate. too good a po11leiaD.aa4 too poor; and Neuralgia aDd ex- demand this.

,, bYe vpecial Itcen.eanf1ioruin} i ; for ro-eUrtloa to tko office of Troomror"" a patriot to face !in old soldier* element pete- ;)( Only SOo, aDd 2. Th managers of thWoman's Department" request exhibitor r
all kind Ieg 11I'aa.' if Daa County. Flortda. subject to tko all drags -
& by t
ax to prepare Democrats along the Platte with the record j to bring their exhibit: oa March 7. If possible. This ,department ;
of tko
fern of real estate, lr feea. trill of a majority
; ; attention. voters, as win bo iiBnonil ta tk* Doo of having voted for ''* once ConfederI glatsV", a1utat t win b*. crowded' "with aa almost endless variety: of needle work", palnt-\ ",
Prompt '
C. C:CARROLL icrade riowry May r4.-test ate. Mr. Bryan win seek to evade the -* -,'" : f lap and other small article: that win tabs a long time |,1-to get them

Notarj Peblit.. C.: B. B4JJTXRSOIt na.I. above. He may,say that he voted for f ;,' 'the well knows placed ta position. Mrs. Bylngtoa and Mrs. SawtaU are;extremll' .
-Miami.
sl.4Ytf.slit: MECtnro ."1 Iw. Mr Crisp In the caucus rihould M do criminal anxious to glace these exhibit so that the best effect stay be pro ,.
j I -I. lawyer; of JacksonvUle. I* out .
so.he wm Mean that Be voted tot Mr. election cured. Pleas assist them by bringing your exhibit 'aa early aa "'...
El.eJ.1a b10 A. ETBEB. for a* the Florida member of < n
r s'i c..tJdw ,-4er Crisp la that cases held at the beginning possible .
QmtaM*Ovttctaa. J the Democratic National Committee.
.
:fiJ. : County1' Judge. of the second Congress where S. AU exhibits for "Special Premiums" mast b* plainly marked;
W.C.MAYNARD i Colonel Pope I* a good staunch Democrat
I. ')lr. Crisp wasj,speaker. Mr. Crispran < stating which premium the exhibitor I* competing for. Each exhibitor
rwuuetei. : a most elopi eat speaker and ifelected
"'i AVK D.knt" FOR COl."TT COMMISSIONERS. alone on that caucus occasion; win be furnished a card: and required to make;his or her own entry.and .
will ably fill the position thathad |
1JauI'' kmtdJ Jme4: Tb* ....l friends and supporters of Then was ao opposition. What I say been filled bit 'some of the most report the same to the, Secretary or his assistant AH exhibits -"

.T11. f3. QOCLI rf?lt3j, tJ. the present[members of-lb. Board of is that la the first caucus, when Mr. | brilliant Democratic lights of Florida. entered for "Special Prises"' will be debarred from competing! for tile ,

County Commissioner for Dad Mills! fought Mr. ,;Crisp for a house Society's single premiums, also the prizes offered by the merchant:
I J. i Th re are other aspirant for the same I
county bar : prevailed upon them to chieftainship, Mr. Bryan threw away 1 and and citizens. :
: position all able honorable gentlemen. -
} UIm..p stand for -election. and hereby prenames his vote. The Qua rolls wm show. ;, .-Dally Tails; lasseean.i 4. All exhibit must be entered by number r: This win remain oa a'

arSr'Q.: sent their as follows: F. C. If they be test then the files of that the exhibit until after the Judges: have completed; their labors, whoa Y
JtVu/5
: Aicher. George W. Lalahart. R. E. i day'a newspaper will show. His excuse CUBED 'SUMFnON.Mr. the exhibitors' names will be substituted. \: t

"'pa ifce t CatUt McDonald. John SeweD and U A. was the Confederate PUt of Mr. 5. All exhibits of fancy work must hv the nhlblto *'-lIam.

;_ C I eoQstaQtlv 01) Jiaod- nelrher, to the voter at.the Democratic Mill knd Mr. Crisp. If he has forgotten plaVily written on a piece of cloth and sewed to the under, side, of
.. B. Ev
W. )S, Charwater Kait.
Y"--at- I' primary of May 15. 1904.<< and forgetting If be contradicts the goods. This la require so that the Managers cf the departmentwill [

s dw what I have raid, let him give ,, writer: "My hnsbsnd lay slrk for three hare !leafs'! trouble In selecting and '"'fuJiDg the good! to tile

:; QEO. L McDQLD the reason. Let him tell why be 'months. The doctors said be had quick owner. ./ .

Cull HIT; I I FOR SHERIFF DACE COUNTY wasted his vote da an hour pregnantof ''consumption -We procured a bottle of
.,. J.-.i.R..d: f.w.ww..i! fUwo*!a .,...,mar To the Dmaoeratic' rotoM'of,Dado Coun- Prenldency and! party issues and iIMtiardHorehound[ ; SyruP. and It mark| the price plainly on each pl_. No commission! will be charred
: ** for this service.
Ty. Florida: many giant pVfc things becldea. j
-., : :CO OAiUT) OK ivfc. f1\-; t hereby annmnteo mywlf eondMato I'' i I cured: him. :That was six years aso 7. AH exhibits! must remain I until Monday March 14.

I- I ftv ro-efertVM to ttj offloo of-SMrUT at BETS ON CLEVELAND. and ilnce;; then we have always kepta t, Friday and Saturday have been selected as Flower and Straw- 'w
f Dade Omitr. Florida, subject to the d r -
I bottle la the boose. We cannot *
IfLMStlSfcopattiDlj.toAui olll of lbs njortty of ,Joe Dominiaberoton i berth dsya. All exhibits must be In by 9 o'clock Friday.
That Graver Cleveland will be nominated without 1C For coughs and colds it ;
wM ko ntmmtA ta tk* DMBprteMiT All products entered fcr prf-mlnms
a* 1 b'y one or more
c.U ,Bitls. -.Uo to Joe hold May ... ... and If nominated will be elected !ha no equal. .:ze.. SOc. and $1 Bold must: grown by the partle4 entering them. Any bunching of product person,

IkuinifCireCuriitKi I Iiew' ihr JOHN FEOHOCK. President. 1* the proposition which 'by Red Cross_ Phannaay. { fromld'fferent
farms or (:rot es will\ debar the exhibit: from premium:
: !r 1, ex-Mayor Robert A. Van ,Wyes ol dwI I 1?. Remember that ALL(EXHIBITS MUST BE .N THE BUILDING
) fork Star alter' Shop' New York, and Frank ;' .s e e
A.
I )erebnee myself a* a can|} O'Donnelpresident I NOT ,LATER THAN MARCH .. AT 1! CLOCK except FLOWERS

dilate for Sheriff of Dade connt} of the Tax Board, backed I department and STRAWBERRIES.it _. +
Florida, at the next Democratic primary with 1.600 In three bets at the Democratic -, : '
The
will\
Secretary: fjirnlsh the
prize winners
4 DANN. a certificate:
4j..i. of( : Club In New York : record target practice at Penaaeola
and ask tor the votes my city las) stating on what article or articles the premium was awarded also the .
.1I" and those .who /will Saturday, say the New Turk World. | and also for naval duty at Colon dur-
....ai..bsl.rlar .1 fellow Democrats amount of the premium a* soon as possible after the close
: .sir ..... ,, Ing the .time that this practice Is be- of the Fair ?
John W. Cox the Intimate
'U"I be ultfd to beanie voters jt. that friend of payment to be made a* soon u the Secretary compile the list*. AH

bilast. are seer lrerfr primary. I promtos. If elected toCUth- William. J. Bryan, took the negative lag held. The flagship Newark tad certificate mutt be presented within 90 days after the close of the Fair.

A f"-'l f f fuUy perterm the many oVatlea of.Xhl* end of the bet. Mr. Cox ta a millionaire cruiser 'Detroit and Montgomery, of Th following gentlemen have been
.A appointed to
;; ....1s.. alA who the 8owth Atlantic squadron will atlect the Judges-
mpo..lblam/soe. came to this city from Columbua. ( Hon. F. 8. Morse. HOILJ Joha B. ReUly, Hon. James E. Luna
Ml commence htr. work at once, completing -
j. wnjjihtn. **. and live at No. 10 east Hos.iJoba
Sewen. B. B. Tatum. Editor of the Miami
ir GroceijFii.Wkirtoi.llcc. ,CO. Pals ....... FkvTHJt N JoeIPtl street where Mr. Bryan It ta about tea day, after :. T., Bylngtoa. Editor: of the Miami New; r. M. Stonemaa.Metropolis Editor; CotE. otth I'
oftea atop when he la la the etty. which they wfll sail from Penaaeola to
Miami Evening Record: K. U Brady. Grocer Edwin
; Nolaoa. ..&
I Cola, .relieving Admiral Coglan'isquadron -
Mr. Cox talked vmt* wtth Mr.
I" BSSa-OOTJOH STKDl tar Dealer; J. L Wilson, Grocer.
"<, Van Wyck and Mr. ODoaael. declared: now oomposed of the Olympla SPECIAL PREMIUMS.

e bland .everych Ingeffect. i. U AppK a-ProbaU- JMg. Ottawa hat Mr. Bryan would control the StIatia : and Caattaa. 'f'bese two vessel Persona competing competing for -Special Premium" mutt mark

,ed to bj: found in a firatdassgrccery : aTsnasa. writesTitle Is convention, sad that a mat aaiUed win proceed, .. Penaaeola about the their,I exhibit plainly\ designating which Prix they :are competing for

;, > store j We give to say that I bees need Baflarr Bare to him would be named. Both Mr. I Utter portion of March where they These exhibit win be debarred Yeas competing for the tingle
hound and that I 4 ,OTJonnel and ex-Mayor Van Wyek ..I will practice firing for some time. premium mosey
coupons with very purchase Syrup for year, offered by the Society, also from the Merchant: nddUxoa
i
the dared that Cleveland would be named. P'After they | have finished Admiral
which sot hesitate to roooaunend It a* premium..
you can exchange 'best cangh syrup t have ever ased." "Ill bet you fl.000 to 1200 that be i Coghlan wIB relieve the Atlantic Henry M. Flagler prize, for the best display of vegetables
clutllta
-ire. grown
for fine : training squadron and tile vessel of
Se.. Me. and SL Bold toy Red Cross tsa't.'Mr. Cox declared. j I by one person .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. m.01
H
:1\GItr: Orlm i ailillj [Deliver Pharmacy.Tb Take,It." said Mr. Van Wyek. Admiral! Wtce' fleet will go to Pen- Second premium, for second best and largest display of vegetables .
stools and remain until the ty
j. C r.. Afc D and 4th St, 4w ODannet rn take twice* that amonat. said j of aU of the[ships. departure Southern f grown Express by one person ._. "_. .." *.. .".. .. .. .. .. .* .. .. ..* Z5_.Ov
Company prize best bushel'Bermuda onion 1000
,too 'TO *1.100. The battleship squadron however,
tO YEARS' practice of burning the woods la sltenate -Fort ,:Dana National ank prize for beet and most artistic ..*- /

EXPERIENCECopvasours order to obtain grass for aalfetarvedeattla *"A check much were a* yon being Ilk.written." said Mr.Mr.Cox.A Van. (1..1a will of not the fleet{ for with duty the at Colon other,vee-but .;Land play of vegeUble.. \.. "," .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 10.01

Department of Fonda East Coast Railway by J E.: \ t
I Ingra-
to being>> pursued with cots rigor Wet said "Now. Ill bet you II. OO after arriving at Pensaco'a! will remain ..' ham. Third Vice-President

than asssl this sprint As a eeoiOtteaee even that If Cleveland I* nominated there 4jrajrf M reh: and AprIL Them bob
vessel wm reach Pensaeol j For best single of oranges .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... j.M
hell be elected."Ill {probably
kwadreds thousand of pine For best single hot of grapefruit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. !E oe
take that toed Mr. Bry..'. during the latter portion of the preselt "
.,. "'A..: MfpUngs>> which car promise of re-. friend and he wrote set another check week. |t / For single bos of podded lemon .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15.01 l
Society SpecIDI-
Dn- of the forest land
6.zr'H .' habilitating same for fl.000. making la all HMO which The Nashrnte and Atlanta are -
'", aaaaal loss reM for best bushel off Irish potatoes. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11.018ecoD4
have bees destroyed. The was staked against t uoe. voyage lo,Peaaacola from C .
The antanamo
check -
'F ,!::..:=::: =- : premium .k .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10.01
west... r + +r : -r:= U the tarpestlae operator: from war* all la the bands of the and ahonid ..a'tbereauri.g
_; a.,, --- ooh For beat crate celery .. .. .- .. .. .. .. .J. .. .. ? .. .... .. 11.01
.. ''- -
( .._ _' _..."- _' wood Area te Immense. ... the fee treasurer dub.Mr.3eaalng Tuesday Pensacol or Joeam net lat-taat Wednesday. Second Premium :. .. .. .. .. ,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 10M

of the Umber of the future !. a still ,... The Virginia Chemical: CoDIpaar-
fSdadnt less
J1a1e1baLI
: writtea Senator
.- 'f--- e! greater calamity.: Yet there asema to Tall Ferro I|another 'letter.: By this ri. great trouble with Mr. N. B. Five bag Fertilizer for bet three crate of tomatoes..
J rl live bag fertiliser for beet
ft"--. _' ..,'. \ lie ao kin. to tk* fra0Aa- time the. ...w.oralacN4 tar a troward to h* toatota oa being allowed two crate eggplant

'"'""" c :1(111 'I't.i". ...... 'm. PICIU FhooeL Bpertulty ,;''cf latter writing to jay,what;a rail- Democrat ... Three bags FarUUaer for best two crates bias
.r i. r (Coatiaaed -
," 1iMwraaa> J -. # ( oa SUth pager .
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THE DAILY I sable defeat of Horace Greeley." I i I i-JThe Ring sad the Book he had a. e. H of a. w. Use right of way.

v Then follows np a summary of the neVer heard of the Stockton-Bam sea 13: tp. 40. south of range 4S, east I DO NOT TAIL TO SEC #

MIAMETROPOLIS. 'rength of the various candidates na ring and the book with which N. B. and containing M acres.

ilV.. R. Hearst Is reached and of Broward paralyzed the world and the,I Mortgage deeds: Helen M. Clark.. '

a.aetl.hed teer Jar" ncere-","S.1OoI8- ,. ,ira and his chances to secure the bee. English, language. If. be had thatgreat Perry Conyers et nz. and George W. WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE

..r. Smith says: work ould have been written In Thornton et UL to First National Ban

M a1Lun'----'t:, f. HtllffRMWUK. j( lent,.. 0 It U a dlfflrult mattEr to write any- I Ink as Invisible as the Democracy and of St Anguftlne, certain property it I 314-120 Street. I IWhepls I II .

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.i. IMBntWi.arMm. HMTTp i o..T .. ;th the presidential 1 numica- flumvlrate. : \\irrantee deed: Charles H. Garth _

>->m !* tk. p "t.,''''' ..i n. .ii far as New York la coaorrned. i side and site' to R. Anhby. for $10.000 rrr M T
.
.. i, I'' : ( r tie a-o-i that there Is n thing I I The Second district[ Congresglonal the north :.. feet lots 11 and 12 of ,

f-' .......: I" > x ri P.ot a Demornt of bifh den I hunch of candidates ended their first L'o k I?:!. Xliml.Varrarto .
.. I or th.I
'
I'1'/ :
.. f> ,-. .. p or .ov,, s ho eEl refwj hlmfelf as ':/' I'ade' uouatv: ran 'Has KatnrCay night ; \ deed George C. Friar and ? For

: : ,'t.. .nyraUl'' to Hears romibatiojl( was Memrs. Clar iMigheny and AI- ian- v:if to Claqoma! :Mifclionlco.; 9 arm In 1(71 i Everybody.ived. ,

L aSh!*.+I,Ha rr lTi.. (t''| dWf:: r. .. ,n..ii. 1.ur.1J' one man. Mho, I ik, roi1 c nr aW said fo haVe gained votes. :Mr. '. o '0 of s. e, it of a..r. :25: tp..r1:. ,' v

o.e' r pt 101..1 ,c., '> ,1 "with the Hear news' aiera. I'srr!? mil;.-. no clilms and Watson Mith rage 11, east CJoisidcntlon I \ ." / '
.t \ '
erj.KINDER .
Sl. MI41IH1 !. I < .oo1 whit "tiet -
., I" t'" "i and took O
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,: 1' ,'f 11It!. '- Senatorial! .uu ...... _0 larSlwv s ''pmeut "t the lai
.. ,,rJ ,,, ,. q I '; nf--' ; hrr fellows nit = --:-- W.**sJTrlt .

: : i ;o".< int..' I I.< 1 I..,: t'libSaj:ir.t '?tont4t' ia the same couotr'w'fl.how''1 :00MING I !1 : : >ia.ia.e, Elaslo .rt<3. Snon

:. .J. I v11! i iV <> hire a s.n,Je vote in. u v+Ah mltg; majority tot th.tt "
1 he 1 rhea the
l-t. eat
the
and ,
lr 1 bicycle marcet Woa.i
l.drri tt.ir.tt ral! y.i na 1. <>n :
: '. 'Tea\ t I ,2 t' J! ,.1' :on :'o 8" Ixju'tifr : ; > ..i ) a I.r-o: : .t.J of I ire. i lilks.x. i. .
I TI U"I'l 1 ; r;:.. act ,f'l.OrFU I ,.i'y f.xcl in the Idea ,.. II n. James Tallitniro.No'hlnf Jo't, R'-i.n rn itf all kin... vail and tree on.
: Coming 'StocVtoa tti'-, Scf-oo! AutftoreimTuesday .
'.'u'.d.'rjI.J''J- ; all -
i 1-. : ; till-i'! it I lU'.VCOMKAKATlVfc ; : .rt"\ro
0 4I'4a.4,1 1 wr I 1111 N' t. ." I.,.. c r fin.11 i...1t, he ronl- liari i ajhTmsai JenoJofi may (':in'armJld'tb3.t Nig'it: March 5.DUNG Carroll & Clark, 12th St., Miamj..= I It ft :
:
1 (,'1.'....i.. r I / ..' I. I 11> d" !lire a-O'Jt.: ') to say ai 1rt.rat theanpr.'.
-t-" -- ...... ...... .
spetous.aettlcr the East Con-t .
on ,
., 1 "I !11 a I rohosition as w uhin.iard ri L yy.rs a+ve-e t t O-s4-e-rd s L. a ww.-rtv. s+s+
t/tSIAI.l.1Y.u.:>> = \!
s --- -, l, t 1,e ''ioi' .1.!. of Fos,1>'l lit.-. Oi.lj one of has no use for dead ones, or Ikr..oaf IN CURX'S( I
.i I' i !I. I l\I.LcR..EE BR.O'S. ;
l> .k J -in' ,IiIe\\' map wf i iii'ti! > race ,, 'In' 0,1',:.1 1 to olio try to dictate W them. ,

T. ; ./'T..t"j ,1.,1. 'h.I .. "woul.l 'talk of H"ar-t inn nDec- .i' ... Feii1'lvlrLtreI3.j/ / ; LOU. (JA.. '
I ,.!t1. 'I. *< s. I I.LGAL PAPERSRi'lps'e .'
-4'' .. 'if '< with Ih4 yr",'d'! tial com rat on. F
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Lo'1 ktwt i ..J._ I Make /
;..lat....... '00... .00., I' "I, I > I r i.iiii '' I!.' v c i i imp it.v< rheird of a : of mortgage:' Era Campbell The h'->t VnieviUr) antiCompan -
Iaat.... ,. ': .I' ..to ., ... J.: uee'c...t .-t! loiniration! being Ixnight --
F dr.. H.ttifn. ''t I. 'rir I and husband to Eugene Porter, east H Jorles/jue[; Tra'elngLiing
I !I" -it think: the Democratic coa- )
: .r
Kinder! y yCl4st
QIo. =:' rt ....c "1' I : r... of tot ?. blocs 19. \Vesl Palm Beach; Lou Grates.
+ ... wt. I ( -II'JQ i! fur1 IP! '4 will violate precedent i consideration {500.1 f

CCwtsre a.erJ.ra.. .L.I.I Ia..rwtr. or.-1"'" I .j i. in this' re-ipact'' I I Warrantee deed::, John R. Dorothy
......{, j' I _,_gi_- Pictures! I -- Sr I larney. Miami J JT
} II.'..Se... .. 'M CANNOT WIN WITH HEARST.The and ifcllrsa Dorothy to Christopher
._. 1.l1T __ i Sc H.t !.. ::::=:::
; t ::::
I lots
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=- = -'- :'-- -- I Roouex fur UI)() B, c!15, 16, 17 A Chance:! to Laugh! .

1% 1 MAR ,;H 1O. 1904. Metropolis mould 'UP(Oft Mr.Heant 'and 18 of block li. north, city of Mlral. t 1 actor '
: Lou
P. for the presidency If ouch an Warrantee deed: [Annie C. Duffy and A Big City SwI! Oar. .tes

T&J'&b1tlll8MD'II1ade Its 'husband to S. Eltea Wilkinson for $7& t all OVJIT Dade County.LARGEST fs
The Daily / unfortunate mistake hould be made 0j Tickets on sale at Red Cross ..... .
I lot 65 of Lemon City. rt!) to r ..-... __ Ej l.a...e.a
debut Ttf-sday> morning and a copy I is !; by 1 the XL!' Louis Convention as ,to Pharmacy and Biscayne
j Warrantee deed: John F, bllve and
before.. The Infant we must con | Take him be nominee of the Denis:. .lfe to George D. :;Rumph. Jr. lots 7 Drug Co. I -

grmtnlat It U a d&lIdy--by far the -ra.ic tarty, tot it sincerely hopes pro and 8 of block 1OS.: Miami; consideration STOCIFaicj

beet >pobllsbed In that section of the i I curb' ea'amity will Happen. ;II :$;(). -"' Sale.' .
'
SUte. eredlt the alz t Warrantee'deed:, Joha F. O'Jre and I
MJI I a to' aay city I Hearst and his hirelings are makinga for. Groceries ;
wife' to F. Ke&um for IJ,)M lots ,
-y of the one J> rcitoa.U e red hills of&d16a Us,.. rale attempt to get a delega- Add : {YEGCTABrt
: The first Itsae .b. cltour?+ -: ja from Florida favorable to tils' 6 and ?. block 107.,liUaoiL Fast Auxiliary YachtZOR Hay, Grain, Fred ani Fertilizers.Yachting fRESH

*of lire and InteresUni news, l lorally. r 0'111tJ8Uor--1.tIt there shoiiud be sonie- I Warrantee deed:<{JesM J. Norton to
l L. E for $ 4. block 13: : .A.... Trade
politically and other tse. John C. thing done to jrevcpt ft- There In plo Jell'rli' 'iOO.Iot. a Spcciafty K

Trice II Its editor and proprietor alldw' ruron why Hearst should be nor 1r ,: ) I. I 3hftn.a.31w.1.. 13 ft (warn

C'ao'lDot'bill.. wUh for the long life air.I! for the presidency simply lies ,: Deed: Model Land Company.to J. C. 30 in dranjfht; 6 ti. p. Miaouscngine.

and, wooers of Tallabanee'B new andpio4aU .i-C he has trillions of dollaps.i :., Holly for '.r u, ...at.'J4 pf .. .... % of n. Full inventory. Will E. L. Brady & ColfRUITSl 4
tpL: sacrifice c..h-
daily.8TOcICPON'. I i Brain. eXI't'rjelll' tad statesmanship w. U. section C;- fin; south of range' -

__ I I i are needed tor such,;a position. Thar 43, east u containing five acres. I I C. COOK. .

"STOCK'SPEECH. are plenty o'f men known to poaena'l I Tax aal. <*,rUficaU to Stab 110rlda, 1 Royal Palm! Du k. C O ERS. $

!f of these qualiflcations, other than Phone g4.
1t
.. .* fast expected, Stockton 11' ,
|j- salt .- -
Hiin-t, butt as to whether he does or. I Car..E Twelfth
.VQ. fxn.d.
r 'Jumped1: oa to TaJlaferro, the Timer : JI -I jp : St.
not Is aa unsettled question.The <
"' V,Ios. the Uetropolia Mr. riaxler IUd j t who New York '. )1 < W.:; }:''1IfJLLER l CO.. r--.
man can
carry ,
'_- tracts la kU apeeeh tart night* These t s. t V t" 4< I '
mill eeb '..'lib Murk la* trade:-hekiowe ,I New Jersey! Connecticut.,Indiana! amid ; 0 t |! ''*- (Sec. saors to QtwlafJckea.) Hotel Biscayne
r .1 i 1' ,
one or two other close States If nominated fits
i BOthlnc bat te appeal,, to the 1nexa j
> can easily defeat Roosevelt, lUll Undertakers and Emb3lm / I ..
: .
De.J.dIee.Iof the people Ju t Hie Barrea.'Stockton } 'i from November
;It Is that Hearst cannot carry r II. S. GRAHAM
J apparent .
'
,..'.. called ,:Don thepeople +I a single one of them. 11'nnSer the 413I2tbStrrci.; Phone 25, : I 1st to l1da v lit.- I ; Proprietor j j'Corner

.. i sun eaa men'.who profess to be Democrats V / Avenue D and TwcUtJa Stne *
r t* anew that he said J ;nothlnfapilcst
| .
Democratic .
and to want to tee a -- -- --- -- --- -- -
1 Ir. Ftall> NEW- OTATlONS-----1: III AM I FLORIDA
ki ew that be meant Mr. Flagleir I YORK STOCK MARKET Q
throw away the opportunity. ,.
every t me he mentioned! the Stand- -
Bryan was a far abler man than
Cri.Oil O mpany, and he would have i
,bees followers Hearst and would mane a far betiei .The following arty tie New York I Ontario & Wet-tern 1975 THE PALM "
thou ht more of by his own HOTEL.
I' nee to-day, and yet every man| with Exchange quotations on the ,leading I People's Gas. . . 951 tS .... "
:tail be beea plain and said tW Pennsylvania. . . . 112"
,sense', Including Bryan himself knows stocks at the close of market this i j CORNER AVENUE
jo* what M meant i that he could not be elected., It U afternoon .. I 1 Rock Inland Co.- .. . 191' lira SIKEKT; BAND
A ,Btockioi ,denied that he IIad'.Y"" received t ; Rock bland. preferred. . .

relates from a railroad company annotate fofxUhness political crime Reading . . . . .
e '1 b att has lIMa beyondthe to try to nominate or elect Hearst. A m. Smelting. .1 i l.. Sugar . . . .. 124Stmtbcm GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor
!! proven .
Atchi on..i)kit. 641'I
The sane conservative: Democrats of Pacific . . 43 (
shadoW of doubt that he was .. . Utee |S W per day .nd 1IP. Special week .
a I Atcbixon. pref.IAmalgamatcd6pper. ..> :. per aad to Commercial
. .
Southern 19
Florid choaid\ get to work to kill the Hail".aJ. men. Large Koums
._ toeUioideV la a corporation which didfeeelve i .. 45" banple
s.tbent R prd. . . 82St
boom la this State ,
Hearst .
+r.. Here again he, lost attempted I Am. Car & Fdrj Co... .. Louis S.. W.. . I .*. O. Bn: 417. II U M i FLA. I
and unite on men as :delegates and 'IAm.CarAFdrv.Co.pret. . >
proves .
strength byr denying a thallI.H. St L. 4 San FranciKO 42'sTenu. .
wemkneee'of his'own! send swh to St. Louis as will work In Am. Locomotive.-...:. :. Coal and Imn. .. . .
aslmlltedj the ,
tb..j) harmony with those from the States Am. Locomotive, pref.:.-. ; U. So Steel l. preL. . . 55'" -- -

candidacy |by saying; that are which hold |'lhe balance of power. ', American "I obncco ... . U So Steel . . .'. : lOk The
4 'only lye >p witers la Florida supporting l The efforts la behalf of Hearst are H.0 .'. .. -.a'- . 4V Teas p..ci6e. . . . 22l; Peacock Inn. I
him, and._ some reason, be neglected Brooklyn Rap. Trans.:1.. 40ft Union P"cific. . 73"U1
to Uor_ five-perhaps he had bring made la the Southern States Chicago GL \Wcttem... 14* S. Leather. . . 7Uos
mho ard It "on id be just as well to namea C. M. &'SL f........v... . pSJ- Leather pref. . 18" A-1.
of the
feelings men .
'I ,regard resident of some of these States and !C. & 0. .. ... ..u. Va..carolina Chem Co. % = :BAY at CCCOANUT GROYE; :
wasting their energies tn trying to .
aw
bf'tteri too, as far as the chances to i Canadian Pacific ._,. 1l0sI :Western UDion. ... . 88%

f .-1e.* already lost raoae.THE .. : elect! him ro, than to foist apoa the I Chic. & Alton, pr f...;,. !\Vaba"b. . . . .. . The mist i< c .-+---+- ..- I Consolidated,Ga,.. ,:. . 191K 1iabash. prelerred . :. 3-t Mainland of the Val,", States.
of the Extern States Mr.
: PRESIDENTIAL, SITUATION. :reorty; I Colorado Southern. .?. . 17# .
.1' I I -' -+ '""f"4. V rtpm whorl they would nndcrco ,, Continental Tpbaxo pref. 107 1 THE COTTON JURKET. CUISINE UNEXCELLED wl.n rot ILLt3tllm

I! Morton. Smith, a staff correspondentJof rtrrnmfctajwes support I!D. & ii.-- . ......... .153 Futures opened steady.January. tow' .

Jof the Atlanta Journal, writing from The I H'ant sontimmi must be killed ":rie . . jm*. ... : 22 V .t. . . ., .. O. F. SCllfHilDER f SOy Pnfriitm.'TTfag '
the, o 'I Erie. first pref.. :?#" .. .-. ". 6J 3fi February. . . .
of
paper date Korlda delec"I11'111
'New To *'to his under VI' Hide A Leather_. ..,. . March . . . . .. 1600 -- ., -. -- -- ---,- -
I the 7th; nstant, semi np tfiej' presldea- I awful, lone OTne at St. Loiu. Illinois Central.........-. .. Apn1. . . . 1616

|till tam date aa follows: Louisville &Nashville,. May. . . . .. 1638Jane. CentrallvLocateo :

..Alton B.. Parker]li. the : choice of DAILY TALJLAHA8SEAN. SHOTS. Missouri Pacific.--' 87;< . . . . . .

[more few York Democrats 'or"th.IDemE Manhattan . .. */:... 144 July. . . . . 16 35fAngwtt.
presidential t nomination The sage of the Senatorial race will Metropolitan SL Rv.;.. 43$ . . . . d' 15 i4 \..--- --.J '_ 1

+' not be Call-ed to Waa1Wa"i i i Met! See Co. . ... . September. ,! .. 1385
one loan. j H.e more j M. K. i T. . ....... <
to be eDd0ne4'bJth'He, M. K. & T.. pref.. ,,.,. . Pioneer
York State convention: which meets InAlbaa When Hoa. Robert Davis pta N. Y. Central. .....,., .. 114 November '. '< . 1265December.

] IM April Isth. If nominate>r through with Napoleon Bonaparte the Norfolk & Western..... . 54 VPalms. . . . n 55
Bam will be forever on his dispensary I ,
?' ,. ke ma; be depended upon to earry:the ap .- .. .. .. I -.. RATES $i. x> TO$1.50 PER DA
,
York Roosevelt : dreams.i I 1-- -C-
Stale of kNew against

e arOftr t Qe.eta.d ..... se=tte.. X Altamonte Hotel Comer Avenue B and 11th street
Tampa now has a Hearst club. From the I ....
parker more supporters In :New fork
f .
all Indication; It tau also :several MIAMI, FLA.
than any other man under considers
stuffed cl"bIIla the shape of politicians ,! ,
Uosii i His nomlnatkn. however la regarded Hotel
t- who can never make good. r Overlooking the river ,
because of 1
w as unlikely, reasonswbleh
win1 tile i stated later la this and ocean: with goodi .
-, what It
U you want to know meansto AJtMnoale Springs, Oreoo c., FUi

,article. nominated. Mr.; Cleveland "feel like SO cents,- you have only I i i rooms and' board at i he ideal spit during March and : rille VIeW of the Bi .

f trod certainly! carry 'New York bv to examine the mangled remains of reasonab1!=,,-at s. April The Altamoute i i. the The I -TArcett I "- -

= n majority u has seldom beearecorded Napoleon Bonaparte Broward after II most bt-antifullr located complete +rt+odetions first On.

la a presidential campaign. Bob Davis.gets. through wlt's tlm and I'. McCollum, Proprietor 1 1I actr attractive hotel in interior --- -

( Je leorge D. McCkllan la a strongpossibility I Kla. 1 iS'irroonded by tall
la the case of a deadlock la that extraordinary. 'book of bill I I I' Oed St. ...--. Fla.'C4e pin '" bcanny Man, crove Bay ViewHotel. D. M. Conolly ProNe

". ltt'anIiCnll..lrn and':lovely home.. ,
taesatloaal! convention. II. U believed Tallaferro
r Senator has been confined
5Oi feet 4\ in
J piiiw acres
to fie easily (lie choice of Charles P. at his borne ta Jacksonville. His*.Ill the Twin-Screw Sea Going pr.Miud.. Send fur illustrated! I t to TermbM. Per

t ITnrphyJ,leader of Tsmmaay Han and ness bowevek. was only temporary. Launch.Sapphire ,I onoklft (;eo. E. Hates! Owner .

E Us!auae fclU':be presented to'the eonLkta But some of Ills opponents are coins au I Proprietor. (Summer rcrt. Opposite Drpou

,.:. if drcamstances are favorable. to the house toe a few days th.k.It Edr the king SabIii a- rounds' .or for The ( r..n".'"Iont Veruon. 4.". I

.It # > .
for 2 l
: raters jAoeoipModatioa*
l
.UJ yal. Ur. UcCWlaa'would; have late Joha' Nothing Coming Stockton] U'!.,>< 'In cba..pof thone' familiar with Launch For Sale. ;, .A
...
w It airdlflculty In defeating Booaerel* giving the corporations (T) eta dowasouth -k.beat 'fishiojr .crouiiUH. Mabe L

Xi k w 'Tork State; bat the voters Intend to dealout chartered for anjr VltnrUi of time Kin mnhocnny 'f finished half -

""jWUllaai' K. Hearst: has no chance a> few fits, and'misfits also elee-,':.,. h. '.wJ.thti to:(A>oat at Roll cabin croi,.injf 'launch. 35 feet Fr'ev ri: I.h J'I\I' fare W ;
aim.J long. ta-tea sattev.r of aeenrtnc th4 .ppor\ er. UCla 'a,. Son of the misfits will Iw copper i
'tisJKew: tort delegation. to ..... tftIfj Ein- e "toilet. 14' h. p.
home than JacksonvUIe. Cottage
nearer
th'-'j' J 80& "'Ia. Ilaimler mntnr plash cnohioas ,
Iw4ls enn .UoL, U Hearst to be sick H .earnest .before he': totkraist and cnrtaia. perfedamditiws.AddZt4 .
tarj h1akv strange'tresjj> *t to .", with'theau:: I 321, Fourth Sfrrrt, j. Telephone! ? KI

,.aicnrntho ioeataatloe,fce ajoaU. lei.. 1-0 ".-: ... o' OYSPEPtlCIDV I : Metrw.lie. /', I ALLAN It. I AHRI.H{ Proprie ot;

n fife err beta ass slate "the BMsn- No. EdytheKwh n.Br walaf wrote T1. srsM.g nod '' C IGtCTION- .l.e..tltt'. .'rte '1. i 1 t)vetluoiuthe Br < r -_ Tune 1 locks r E
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= ,!. ;:I'11. "4o!JO"l 1.iCI. I I, ..:e-vral xJ': large catches were made by. II I "The "

I !Ideal!
DircdJi '
Fuii ra1 .{' uH.1 Embaltucr. the]ti*n..rmN1 esUrday. The! iveatb. I

: uo :. 'I _af tl4 that could U.desir&l., ,

{...r ..4t A..sIoa: I.. 1''lf.rf., t\II' h 0 1.1<,,:...... I".all.. aad. boiiites fishif, man; of the parties "-
ridui about the Lay and I
er.'iyed :
Goods
: 'i ;I II. r to different places of interest. -T- I Dry Millinery and

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Outfitters. -
r THC I : ; ton r. I The Seminole carried out early in

_._. the morning Mrs W.: C. Miller and a ::1 ClothngjtSaIc 4II
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DAILY MIAMI r.'ETROPOll' ; | J. A. frews, represetitlig! the Florida party from New York city, who fished

Tiiufs-Uoiuu Is again in: the rlty bustling I one hour and landed 49 klngflsb. r r
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.. Mlartn 9.1X11. L for buhioos. i : '
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*==IMAlirsCHEDULB.>> .---- t1L -I I Ij II I The Mystery ha-4 e.1'a party \V. L. Mlle eerie suits $T 50 to $10*) : .

f I j John Srheurer, of Kflr. West, who I Albright and John JEIlls. of St. Petersburg Fine worst 4i I" 7-$j) to 1\1\ INJ II 'ii

Arrive'from the North- l has been here wveral hays, returnedhome FlJ.. wbo bad the good luck to All wool 1 pautx. 1 25 to 4 !5'Waeh '

today the Shltanecork. land 72 klngOsh. j jTh i pant 75 to 150 r I
on :
9:05 am. I
I .,. Odd coats 1 Ou to 3 00 A -
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7:Ib p.m. : I --- .
ifm Misses Sara and Tbeodosiaj Jones Sapphire crowd consisted of J. Bojs knee pants5cc
th. North "c-4--
for
Coat I tb at. 3fc
grn f
i 11:25' PIlL' two popular young ladles of Marion J. Cushman W. S. Wood. John Harvey 75egTa: .k-fat( 50c ;

8:05WEAlHER &.IlL S. C.. are In the city for; a few days. H." Berthlet and wife, and Miss 1 (1 U grade i;at. . .<>">c

MaryLocke, all of Toledo 0. The 125, grade!!at . 7*>cAT
i I Iss. I i R. B. Trnemsa, of Jacksonville party bad a splendid time and cap-' 1
IVDlCATI
1 I representing Armour al{ Co.. Is In,tbejlclty lured 2 grouper and; 68 kingflsh. Are receiving New Spring Goods ia all lines
attending the Fair! and looking . Cohen's.BUSINESS II ,
F'lorida'
Washington: For Essten daily: Call and inspect the S-pring Styles something .;
( i matter business. One of the largest parties of the sea
Fair and warmer Yldsy f r I Flelachson new every.da I hire just returned from' ;
of
waa composed Mayor ,
Maximum .... .... f Y fG
liinlmum ..4..{........... : CS i Dr. J. C. Hsrris. with the Palm man anil a number of friends from New York,'andam,, prepared to show yon the! ;
| H* .i
-= i Beach: News, Is in the city to-day to Cfucinn.ttL It took two yachts the ;;..-:: '_ ==,=:..... I ,.. fruit of my tripi? ,1
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= .atiti11I0 MVQ1S -I TT t2'rs | rert; the meetingof the: Executive Klondike and Set n note, to carry them.] I / ,
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Committee for his paper.i Mayor Flei( chroaij heading one party II I J
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JrOrYN/ TOlbdL 1 on the j : >T I Mr. 'and Mrs. James; Tallman! and the- othe>j on the Seminole. A short

daughter Miss Talmaa. of Hirfford.Conn I ,
SEE T E EHI ITIOX.chargi .- 1sd18s trip was made to the fishing banks
Lz .. are here for a stay of several and unu'nal' good lack was struck .
I do 4jbs
la the izaar I
jof
'
.; Fatf bull ling have a fin*,ex ilUtlon cifMfrs leys: and guests at the Blscgynel I about 1
.i. I goons | were then headed for Soldier Key.
work, sad o* amen *
i
Mrs. W. J. Lyman. MIsa MadgJ W11kerson. '
which they invite |sll to eo d end la- I Inhere dinner 'was served :and greatly
Mrs. M., H. Congteton and J. .eDjoJe4.- ( 44ll.____._
sv
aped.'GOING W. Wallace were a party of pron' {InentJaeksonvinians I II

SOUTH AND : .The In tile city last light I Yesterday was strictly: a kingfish ,
m i
steamers MarUalqn> and They left this morning.for a vl.lit to day, but few other flab being caught I lOCALS. jj Ii
tanecook.aaUed I
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to-day foci Havana and |K4yrsHy Havana. 4 dK1X i. CLiC ClaCti .ilVlliC. DOUGLAS
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Howd friendsare
V.IL and a party of
"West, r respectively;, both h ,vl g good rem 8ALG AT A BARaA1N. Jt
lists of pasesngent and bot g deG Mr. and Mrs. H. M. F &: came oat to-4a1l11. th. I* Breeze' 'trying' '.;'a-q- .- ,,.
th'' down yesterday from.. Palm ch to their J1 ck. ;p>rtjtacr of land upon upper rock, '
two and f half ho '
tamed -
*
,, arty trala from
pleased} wlth'th. exhibit and w U.remain bargain) Only about two miles from
1 WAS HBRO. pF THE I O7R.- over untn to-morrow nag 4 before of friends are oat In tile Seminole and dry, : Inqulr. of Fries A Clutter. attotaeys -
good catch.
George U McDonald, cand t for Tax returning expect a for tie estate of Wm Fisher .
j. -I' ---, -- r'
hero jo the bolt I dsceawd lU '
Assessor.-' was the M. --- : 1 1 1 J 1 "
j- Mrs. J. Winter Mrs. A. R. Mr. N. George ls out to-daJ"t8d
yesterday, afternoon A (ihj risk of Martin
great danger to hhnseTf be Faa ia front Miss, J. Madden and V. H Englchow ling bonefish.. !I' ".u ONO THfi B"t .uCF.JU1.beautlfut ." 1. t
Y and are a of prominent ,
party
wife
of a nuawa-y horse. sU#ed the bridle The tarpon caught by Mr. Matthew-
& (sad succeeded In! stopping It Just b*. Uralsvtl! Jans now In tile cityj The, son will be placed on exhibition at tile The drama "Among the Epicurean Restaurant .

{tor* It daahsd Into a row of earrlagi* lailes ar. delighted with their joatlng fish dock as soon as tile taxidermist]fBreaken1!I *. will be rendered by the : I

;..standing 'on the [street Bear Hayes* and th. soothing and mild"cllmste of has finished his work. ]I JOS. 12t b St .
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Audi-torium '
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1 idgar store. The fact wsi a brav cop,
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quickly j planned and Instantly executed I COTTON t Proceeds the of tile Miami j
Georges
(and brought tomb thai weU-deaerv.d and BJ Day and wife, Thomas F. Relief Association TQe Best toads First-slags cookhi. 9 37, Qaiol(
Thasteaj wife. Miss M. Broomal .
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It Is Seven Tears Old and Produces
uclauit from the soar who wltnes -
tc I and MIi' 1L Beady form a pleasant Two Crop of Lint) Each Tear.A WANTED. AT ONCE TWO GOOD :+ + ServioejI + ,r =
ied It party from j Youngstown O. who are, 8KAM3TRKS3K3. 1021 Avenue B corner EVBOMAH I AJlEltlCu +,.

touring tile East Coast and now la gentleman from th. country, near Eleventh street 1CJ I

this dt r. guests at tile Blscyn Miami! brought la this morning a I . . ,1 .._. .. . . . __

branch from a cottoa i plant which/ : Is Headquarters fancy groceries, fruits, -- ------ .
A etc, at Wilson a Fire's. 7 rBURDINE I
B. HJ foster candidate for County ,
I i eight feet long and contains a large

Treasurer, is down from West Palm,:. number of blooms, bolls and some lint Desleahh rfflce rooms :or rent In-

Beach to-day. attending the' meetingof This limb>> was cot from a stalk whichIs quire of Dank of Bay E'wsyne. li-

the County Commute.1.: a* all candidates seven years. old. and has been continuously -

were lamed to do. )jbearing( cotton. Twelve Smith's Restaurant opposite postofflc. -
.;. best meal In town. Short orders
Hon;. It.t;,:. Ro-e, State Chemist Is pounds of lint was taken from It one a spefiialty; Board and rooms by I
;' }ear,of which four and a half pounds day or week. I
In the cliyj to-day. He to a candidatefor .
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were at one picking. The gentleman I r .
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the satae position again: and has We u. Tennessee cream la all oar
stalk! I
oa whose plaoeW. grows *
wade such La splendid record that he: In.cream and aOno have the plain
convinced' that be
cotton can ('.roltablyprod
has .BO 'cpixjtilUoa. Thlsf! Is as It cream on, sale at the Biscayne Drug
ue wldf eer. h4. 'sbrdln a
should L'!.' Companr., 143 &i

I produced here. .. ;.. ,
Mr. J.f| ( Jones of the law.Irm of The same' gentleman brought' In a Hotels- and families ran bay genuine I

Jones sample of rubber which h. collected Tsnnesseei cream at Blscayn. Drug
a Jones. of Orlande'aried' today I

RACKET STOOB +KMENTS.Th. from trees oa his place and b. .. also Company. 1U QUARTERMAN.

Racket Store IIU,! ladergolag oa legal businem before the Judgeof eoat&lent that this caa-be made a big '' t-----

:some toprovementa | i few days tile arjruit Court Mr.'Jones Is a Industry bere. Both the cotton tad If yoa want let.cream that Is shod h

A taantlty of stop shetvln t bas been brother to! one of the candidates for the rubber can be seen at the Fair MId pjnv.bay" ; It of the Blseaya. Drug {

vat la position! enable 11* proprietors Stat,'. Attorney of this circuit balldiug. I Compaayj They, > Tnnrmit --. ,

to Increasa pclr sip 19"%, **:',*) -----'r- -, -- ..1 1 lU Fancy Dry Goods. Notions. Beautiful and Artistic''

artlon' It necessary: to m elj the grow. ) School Auditorium Mtn ,1 Conservatory 0' Mftte.1 Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties,
that
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Several ;
lag demand In l department.
flue new floor eases ,pave'also been Franklin ,Coleman Bush director, 225Twib Souvenir and Sporting Good Complete |Iin'.e #,
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pat la. 'to allow: a better display of street .10 I iA1fOa.1THE of School Books. Polite and capable service.
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March 11th
i o'd stock. Th.Messrs. Friday Evening 4
their, large* a : varied. BREAKERS."
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Ciaille are meeting with great -

+ streets with th> Racket; and few: la- i I'D... Tennessee """'III OD sale at I w

stitutloes 1110'plans, have shown a more I Itisra'.e'Drug Com: nJ'. IUjtJ8Z

t steady and substantial growth. j 1 THE BEAUTIFUL DRAMA FOR RENT 'CHEAP. I II Burdine & Quarterman,


'ft. arawra T' 5 \>ro v vjr raB2 I Nt... four-room' cottage on Fifth Twelfth Street. .' 308.

j? \ PERSONAL L:'EN ION. J Among the Breakers street with bearing pineapples' on lot: ,> I. i iI y
Inquire. at this office 448 I
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T. F,;:Winiams, eif Daytona Is her I : I' I
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eai basincaa today.'frank \ I :

1 I Pull of Humor and Pathos !

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city &04"I. I t f I
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'" Steves anA wife. Beach, R. J. PKt M. BAILS >

are L'Gating P. taj;MlaaU' _.to-day. II Proeeds(;; for. Cottage Hospital; r ond.1: pee' 0 Bailey .

A. A. Boggs' and at.U Barbank. ofOBeoaaat ...eI..oneYACHTS.LAUNCHES.

Grove. la tile city ....,. SAIL & ROWBOATSOverhauling
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Trckc on sale a{} caVne I )rust Co 'end Red 'Cross Pharmacy -
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(Contliiuc9 from Third Pap) (Th i abar premiums are opea U all growers regardless of
t Best Crate wax beans .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2-50 the kind of Fertilizer used.)
Beat crate encumbers .. .. .. 4. .. .. ..* .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. 2'50 Messrs. Chase A Hussy CompanyFor Grapefruit aid Orange Trees.
.... H. J.jLsssiter. best display turnip .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 best crate eggplant, one barer Swift's Sore Fertilizer.
l E. L. WhlHv best crate tomatoes .. ...... .. .......... .. .. .. 5.00. For best bushel Irish potatoes oDe barrel Baugh'i Fruit Ma I r
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Later Grai ger sure PLANTING.
Best di play parsley. .. .. .. .. .. ". .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 B., E. Uall prt.Beat .- N'e have now ready a large of f
l Bert dl play Okra .. .. .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00- es say on Dad* County and Its Resources' (.00 de.".bu.I.., 4 to 5 feet r.- of tjr most supply approved'll-irrown.rieies
Edwin Nelson, best bushel Irish potatoes one rocking; chair. .. John C Cramllng prize second prize essay on same subject... LOO t oar(* h.lemon ktocks. Write for price K,t.
lllanl Works best display turnips, lettuce cabbage and (This prlzn is opts to all the pupils la the Public Schools of for/.ill and winter planting will! have 75.000
Boning finger t e. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. th* County, npjto and Including tile Eighth Grades) t first else bends! on rough lemon, gr.pefr.itnd' sour x
Jaadoa Br'ols, best display tomatoes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOO First National Miami root". far which we book orders now. Correspondence
m a C. rrtsse B. best display cabbage and turnips. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOOR. For best Bank, ... .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '1J.. solicited.WINTERHAYEN. -
E. Watson, best dozen punches beets .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOG For beat crate Eggplants. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .'. .. I I'.. !! NURSERIES !
UK.Hoefer_ For second best
Best daises heads' lettuce, and ben doaen bunches turnip .. too sank of Bay Blscayn. lUaml A. M. KLEJIM. Prop. Winterhaven Fla

a K. M,Salt bed slz 1I[boxes strawberries .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...t LSO For best bushel Irish potatoes.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .; .. .. 10.00 I .
R E Flanagan,best HZ rarietles vegetables .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LM For best crate celery. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1LM
J. S. Frederick. best[display cauliflower .. .. .. .. .. .... .. LM Williams ft Clark Fertilizer Company
z Dr. O.:; Ealoa. best display of beets .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S-00 For ingest and best display of vegetables grows with th.IrFertiilser J. A. Robbins & Co. \
'James M. Sanders- On* toe rrUHMr. | .,
Best _'alt dozes heads cabbage (Bat) .. .. .j .. .. .. .. LSB Second prize On-tialf too.
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.t-rlaaltd- heads cabbage (rowa 4."l' LM Bradley FertUlser Company, for best display of Togotablos growa Harness and carriage
J. BabbardChatham.| best display radishes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LM with Bradley's Fertiliser. On loa Fertilizer. I I Depos1
Barry C. Badge best erat. tomatoes n .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOO M. Shaaahaa. for best elate eggplant .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. a..OQ orv.;
} Yt_...... Bros, for heaviest head cabbage on* box cigars: .. .. Mapes Fertilizer Company) for best and largest display of **.et- Quality is remembered long after price is '
s rraak T..Badge for beat elate tomatoes sad for best vats egg ables grown with Maps Manures, .. .. .. .. SLMB. ..
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ataa one) aag aaUs .. .. .. a .. .. .. .. .. .. 0. Painter FertUlser CompaayOn forgotten.. :
: I. R.I(Lammas, bed alght jrarteUes: ngetabbs. one-half barrel sack Fertilizer for host box of oranges.

s I I ov' .. + .. .. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Two sacks ofl'ertfll.for OIl best box grapefruit Qualit Makes the
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I Local :. Johnson Two .sacks of Fertiliser for best crate of Tomatoes atga :

Best display. onions. .... .. ....,... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. !.[0 One sack: for best crate of peppers. N 41.5. T'w.1it Btrwt. .__1, 1i aWe
: Beat bushel blab potatoes. .. ..... .. .j .. .. .. .. .. .. !.w One sack for best crate of eggplant r _
Exhibitors will as* special ear la entering their products. ExamBM One sack for best crate of beans. 'kOn
th. premium list careflall)'. There are a tore number "Special sack: for best crate of encumbers. : J do not wish to boast but we have the
rrss&lans-.jaad: unless your prodacta ere poly marked when entered One sack for th. best bushel of Irish potatoes. 1 Cheapest, and most artistic line of '""
joa Bay ran to secure one of theM specials. (The shore must an U grown with Painter's Fertilizers) t...
'WDHJN'S DEPARTMENT-SPECIAL PREKIt1K8.I R. W. Rhodes, for bed box grapefruit, on Crartnett Rate Coat. .

I lUodamw Bytagtoa and gawtslle. Managers. ,apse .. .. .. .. .. ..,.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. U.6W A :..
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t- AH entries for the following Special Premiums most b* plainly Wilson ft Toomer Fertilizer Company /. 5 UV KI Jrs 1 1in
I marked designating which premiums the exhibitor Is competing toe 1.000 pounds for best crate tomatoes..
i ft*** xhlbits a'. debarred from competing for premiums offend. by tOOO pounds for best crate eggplant I I
= th* Society.; Men hauls or ClUsens. 1.000 pounds for best crate peppers. I town. Souvenir Postal 2 forts) cents. ;
.. !All canned goods'mast' be home-mad} all flowers from the home LOOO pounds for best display of vegetables 1 I
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gardess. Tbsntare ower exhibit In this department mast be of cut (The above must all b* grows with Ideal Fertilizers.) I FORT LAS
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...... Soar Brothers Little Hirer- I'' .
: SPECIAL PREMIUMS.Wmiam Ben general display Citrus fruits.. .. .. .. I.. ...... .. .. 20.00 bUll" .ppGSlte P1do&i ?. C. ENXICHT Proprieto.
beat of the Fort National Bank .. .. .. .. .. .. .: ,
M. Brows. picture Dallas Second best display .. .. .. ., .. .: 10.00
k' lad or water" colors .. .. .. .. .... .. .r.) .. .. .. .. ... $50.00 I' Best display of tropical traits 4. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. (..00Th
Lei: Henry :X; Flagler. best'display and greatest rarlety of wo- ( above premiums will b* paid la Nnrserj, Stock at Soar KEROSINE ENGINES.
k ., ...*. products. 1Ac11tcl !canned goods faajcy work. pictures.. SS.OO Bros. Nurseries at Little Rrrer.) I{ N
Mrs Henry MJ Plagler. bes display halt lace by a lady over 10 SemInole Club, by Thomas CoaUpa-
k Sala
years of .. .. .. .... .. .. .. o. .. .. .. .. .. !'oo Best crate of Pineapples .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .l .. .. .. .. ..- (.00 .. 8 md Sellable Poor
>!rs.'Henry UJ E. IaN display of rugs mad by lady over Best crate beans .. .'j.] .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SAO for All Purposes. .
CO years of .. .. .. .. .. .. *w. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 Miami Evening Record- ;
JCrsT M. Flagler. be t display embroideries by a lady Best &No hljDeer'
Henry. hot general display"vegetables, one yeas subfcrlptloa to ilrd
over CO years of age :. .j .. .. .. .. .. 1.-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. (.00 the Evening Record value .. .. .. .. .. .. .i .. .. .. .. .. LOG r No Water CoaSDllld.o .
.Mrs!;, f!c-jy tJ\I Flagfolist display ot hand !w l>y a lady over Second prize, six months subscription to the Evening Record LSO Electric No O
CO years rf rg* ..j.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. fXrslHeary .01 Graham Patterson A Erwin, best crab was beans .. .. .. .. .. SAO BJttq. or.11 .
;. k.Flag! -r, best display of oil paintings .. I. .. .., .. SAO Phillips A Son. New York best crab tomatoes packed for NewMarket -
titJ, "a**! Henry X. Fine ere best display watercolor] paintings ..' .. .00 .| .. .. .. .. .. ...U.. .. .. .. .. ..I, .. ,. .. .. .., ..00 -. ;:'-" The best powej on the market
:+ Mrs;Henry M.'Flag] tr. best paintings on fabrics .. .. ,. .. .. .. LOOt Judge A. E. Heyser,best display of comb honey.... .. ,. .. .. .. 10.00 'or all purpos.Cal! at our
.e; < 'strsJ! Henry )L Flag er. best painting* on china ., .. .. .... .. LOO James'Sawyer, Philadelphia, best elate jtomatoes 'i kcked for .ffice and examine one in opera

'' 'Mr*.;Henry M-FlagW.. best display bcrnt! work In wood or Philadelphia market.... .....'..'.. ... ..:.. ..... ..' .. .. .. LOOJ. tion. AH sizes from one. to:
--, :.fsatncr..i........ jot J. .. .{. .. .. H'..1. .. .'- .. .. .. .. .. LOOMrsHesryM. W. VTatzon test bushel wet'potatoes, one 14-tooni Cultlra- sixty horse power. I *.ts on application.
FUlgler. best 1 display bit u crochet rcrklnstlk '* .. .. .. .i.- .&!! ., .. | .... .. LOO .
: JrOoc pr.cotton 1, ..:,., .., r ., :..p.. 4. .. .. .. "I" ..... 1.00 Th':Miami MetropolisFor : .1" I HAMI-PBINTINO CO.. Agents
.t. &.r3tl} ,Pna; am-i ', : : i best crate green'beans, one year's : to the I I. i Miami Florida'
J jtargest< kad best tapishomemade, cajmed goods ..I.) .. .. 15.00 i Dally Metropolis., ralne.. .. :..., i.y ..-.l'; .. .. .... LOO
: jSecoe' Dcst. .*> .< ** .. .. .. .. .. .it.] .. '. .. .;} .... .. ,.00 For best S doses cucumbers LOGO letter beads .;lue .. .. 4.00
John Sw,n(* Brot display roses. [I .. 4. .. "I" .. .. LOO"K. I For 10 bunches turnips,one year's subscription to the Weekly
fe. fctousl is, best < splay paintings by girl under IS years of | Metropolis rslue .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;.. LM \ ffT if"
agW;_.11 t.. .. .H{.. .' .. .. .. .. .. t. .. .;P .. .. ... .. .. 5-00 John Sewell A Bro. best display tomatoes one Stpfvm hat.YalIl' 5.00 I Ia
,, :P. TJn ndort best display geraniums.. .. j, .. .,. .. .. ,.. .. .. 6.00 J. H. TaUim ft Co.- A
Braadtw Br >*, Best display dozen photographs .. .. (.00 Greatest variety of tropical 5.00
r ''Well.- ill On tea' bit display laBEe oni hat., ,. .. -. .. .. (.00 ,Best six paw paWl ,.... .. ,. :.W (
t L Graham. t>est di* lay of th.r Bower .. ., .... I..OQ Society SpecUl | Clubbing Rates.
c. B. Watao .beet bi aqnet roses .. .. .j ..i.,i .. I. .. .. .. .. .. LOO For the best and greatest variety of canned e .es from a .
tint Nation U Bankt display display pineapple' products.. .. 5.00 manufacturer: .. ,. ..... ,]j. .. 15.00 I ,erg
Society Prix- \, best six bottles o guars wtntf] .. .. ,.. .. .. >. .... LOO Second prtmlnm ..'.. 7.50 I '<::I"I1
-'F Stanford A < fc, best sine quilt one pair shoes .. r. .. .. .. .... LOO I. A. Robbins ft Co. ben display regetabh one ridirg saddle.. 10.00Gallatt ;II,,: p
'111'1. J. M. Ji cksoj. best displ} eocoanut and cocaauut fibre work LOO Bros. best box Of&llcd.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 %
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Bardln A ( uartermaa best g< neral display embroidery framed H. T. Wba er. for best crate tomatoes and tor best crate peppers Io Prig
ptctur.!.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .... 5.00 o.e elghi-da' )'jclock. ralu- .. .. 5.00J. : : this year as it is to
M. L. Brady.& Co. best display canned goods .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6.00 .:F. Wood worth. best display garden products grown by a wo- cause of the clectioJI
Dr. W. C Maynard, best dlsplt r cut flowers one'pair glasses. LOO 1IIao.. .. .d.. .. ..,, .. ,. .. .i 5.00
1VtR.ADo ; pIsycntCc .era. .. ..;j.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... LOO C. E. Craves best artistic display of tomatoes and other garden National Sta
'J. :. n.Dougls e- I I vegetables grown on Kentucky compost-One Ton Kentucky .
y_ y 'Best display ,crystallzed fi lit* ..1 !sofa! pillow .. .. .. .. 5.00 I Stable; *tannre.Col. w 4 .
+, 'CbamberlalEJ. Royal Pains jto w f-.>her- I E. Bytngtoa. best display eggplants-One year's sub-
.Eest display anANteIt 4..r>t> of !"roman 3 products Is- I i ...crlptlon to the Miami pews. 1.000 letter heads. 1.000 enre-
elnding caayed pods, fane II o-k plct n rvi3 ,iien fko-" j, lopes.W. : The
.r tocraPh#. .', .4| .. .. ,.. .. ......f.. .. f .4 .. .. .. '.00' i W. Front, best display assorted small variety of vegetable ,
'WOMA.Q DEIARTMENTReCCrH; PREMIUMS FOR or.- : *.. .., ... (..00E. err Has perfected arranges
ERAL EXUIB T. C. Dearborn best crate (..00Crlfflng
( J ch attractive'rat
F.v. K. Bnrdlne. ;,best display rat flowers, one FTencli' organdie Bros Company .
I'c..- ,. -1- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. "11' .. .. .. .. .. 1, Best genera display .dtms traits-nursery stock.. ..' .. .. 20.00Society sip that there should
Hr. a Ealo*. beet display knit lace I'.. .. .. .. .. .. LOOT m1 ining in f noran' ,.,
los. Abernethy..best display crochet aces cut glass bottl of Best display tomatoes ,. .. 10.00 the year.
-s:4 T Second best display tomatoes 1.00
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: i ..S5,14t LOO J. P. Sawtell*- _
,:' [ .. K. Dora. bast display tatting.. .. .. "j"i .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. LOG For best 1 dot Red Spanish Pines.. .. .. S.M
[i- W. a.]IcDosaldf: | Best display drsrwa workj.. "I": .. .. .. .. .. LNr For best 1 dos.. other Ttritis' :. S.M RATES.The .
..... W. a Grabtta.bMt display palm to work ... .. ... .. .. LO Z. T. Merrett ..-i, I
4 1TIhn: ITya best ahtpla7 lIIeI1ar .. .. .. .. .. .. LMsL Best bushel swwt TJIGtatoM... ...... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. I."
ar%,BOfMli; best heed Wt.. *. .. .. ] < > if. .. .. .. .. .*> LOG Best half dosea.... eabbag ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l.M Daily Metropolis
.LtttisErsttCigar Btorlbest. .. .ffi, .1-i .. ..... .,... LO Beat d (each) beaches tnmlp. sad beets. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 One Year
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r J. L Frederick, best display Udle .. i,. .. .. .. .. .. LM Rtyaolds A samttsr e- .
'W. n,'Hashes A cO.. best dosea glasses gaara J-IJ7.. .. .. ... LMa Best general display vegetables-I..* eora. Daily Times- $10.00
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i D LaKtar.. hit doses glssiss Jamaica sor el Jelly goods frog W.;H. Glrtmaa:
.y stor ..{ L U:.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. j.. .. f. .. .. .. .. .. 10 Best display grapetralt., .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. (.00 Semi-Weekly Times:Union $.50..
'J. E. Lamnius, best half doss Jars presery* I kumquats .. .. .. LM W. tn1rWoro P I
'.. best candled frnlbi LMa Bttt crate beans, best crate peppers .. .. ..... .. .'. .. .. .. (.00 with Semi-We
.. Weekly Metropolis ; kly Times-
H. Raulersoa A cb..best display and tft test variety canned Glrtmta Brothers-
{fvlts .. i. .. .. +( S..4 j < ).. .. *. .. .. .* LOG Best watermelon dlspUy- feaH barrel floor.H Union .U.oo
best wodnets .. .. .. .. LM B. Shav .
J. Haltbardj Cbesthamr display esangG With Atlanta Journal twice a week ;z.=sle
Edwin: Nelson beet display pickle, one rod Ing chair .. .. ...e Best dlrp'ay and best aaaltty manafaetared stone.. .. .. .. (.00 With .
i. A. Desalt'best display' pan products .lJ':.. .. .. .. .... LM MERCHANTS PRIZES -FRCIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT. Weekly Palm Beach. News .I 12.00
Fred Hand best display sweet pickles. o..' ed portrait... Isadora Cohen best aaPl 4U1oe. ODe hat .. .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. $3.00 --- ---. -, r-
<*>: Jawdoa Broa, best Parma TioM s.. .... 1 }. .. .. .. .. .. .... LMTL Carroll A Oark, test display.carrots .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LOO subscribers I
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M. Klnfc; best de lgi In eat fl rwers .. ,\ [. .., .. .. .. .. ,..4 LMV.Tj C. L.Xlmanles. best "!rate peppers .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LO Old must. pay all back du s before they
Bn4g L best di Pla71'OM1. i M Jardlnfer .. ,j.. n .. .. .. ', Anthony Bros,best bush*! Irish potatoes one pair Edwin Clapp's can take]] :?>dv.: ...t.. of these off rs and cashin
9aidor Cohen. best display gnaVa marmalade, one doses table shoes .. .. .. .: .. ..,'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. *00JflllM advance must accompany a !I Orders for
I aiapklns + .. .. .t .. .. n.''I.. .. .. ., .. ..f.fOrtttng I. .. .. .. .. .e Smith best crate bean on* Teacher's !Bible.' .. .. .... L7Sa these combinations. J *"
Bros. best Moquet rose of one,variety two doan bad D. Letner.1Ie.t crate English eas. ODe-halfbarreI, flour .. ..
ded rose bashes ., .[ .. .. .. .. Dr. W. & Cramllng. second best crate celery 4 .. .. .. .... .. IM ADDRESS {
OrUnlag. Bros.Co, necond I best boaqwt roses. ; Co* Tartsty.;*. J. w. candy best head cabbage, IS feet galvanized gutter .. ..
lose b.uid d rose beshee ..>4 ,. ..I.. ... (,. .. .. .. .. .. WDson ft:Flys. best display of vegetables free the Key, on
m.'1;.>'Wlddn. lost. display geranium*.. .. .. .. .. e. .. sea ., caN roast beef.......* ...:. .. .. .. .. .. .' .. .... l' .. .. .. Miami
Y '% Oaruislde. best display beantltrhlng aad* by a girl waoer Graham.Ptttersoa A Bate Metropolis.

:yars J *r .- > v* {. f. S M Best half-doBa heads cabbae .. .. .. .. .. .. .. }(. .. .. .. LC9B
sV.*rU best display ta.cy ..orkn ad.by girt ....1. yeses .*t dlsplar b..ts sadtarslps, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. L. .. .. .. LM
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$ Ry:. Joba 8eyboU. bel erayoa portrait. as* Iced cabs ... .. ..; .. .. 'orcantzer of the RetaIl Orooera '- c.f. 't'' .:

F. S. Morse beat dfcplajfaacy work sa4e Tj dst..cia.. IS fears 100 Association.. Is in the city fAIr 'few I

LOCALTiMETCARD No. 53. I In Effect Feb. 16, 1904: Julius Smith, best display Jelly put aa by a girl andor 1* rears, day with the view to pet f.ctJU a aaorcmAlzatioa I f. Trade Mark 4

lOUT"OU. ; one two-pound bex candy .. ..., .. |1- .. P. } .. of that character In Tam
: :: !t. a0WIt (IoRTNarfUNO-READ UP. Vf, H. Cbaille ft Son. best palmetto work. bas library lamp... .. Mr. Cord s 4s

: .....n 1.1... as,.x2s: )I. :n sTt .ms. !i..?* ..;;-9. N...TaI I .,. .'2t J W. S. Dlckeron..be :3 classes guavei Jelly: ,,,!best"3 glasses preserved pa. of ro was formerly district "WA'pDELL' ,
L .1y.11W1) I .7tl"I I I manager the Singer Sewing Machine
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:: l = )L' 1! mangoes: best :3 glasses marmalad :;'kllt3Ju..cs i Gubrantre 18
b. .-' 1J"-fJ': ..i. -.- ...... i.-rr% Co., with headquarters la this city and a
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"' his friends 'e
_.. .It: 1 ;'. era, KI a r I ., '. [ t 471 ... many here are extendinghim $ Wrtten C"atr
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__ .t. i. JI. ,. .: I.:...... sine pair tiucLkliialUpprra quite an oration-Tampa Tribune. I
lQU'j IC'I r< : .;,', ; 4e-I. L. ",, at ,1... .: l; I Itlt ....... I (ladles). .. .. .. .. .. .. .. | .. .. .. .. .. T.I i i
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C. I ,I one dace .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. : He it Lot
-.. "t -". -...--.-. +- ale1..111111' 1- [pattern .. . .. "Jurt, in the nlrk of lime oUr little $
-". f : ,' ", ''' ,. \1'I L. t. "; < ,. .:' 7:3 1..1|I n't>-h & SaiTiirJ. 'lOJIt varied display made by a lady onrSO years 2.00 Iloy: '!way, saved" writes Mrsl. Kate I $ He "

.. ... .- -, '. I. :! Red CroiM Pharmacy I :WatXiqs.; of !i puts you on top "
.1 I ; ..1- .... ....... Pleasant City O. "Ppeu- $ by
... c: .. .11. R. .... 1- : ,, ....... I! Beat Guava Jtjjy, -One hex fine ataCooerr.EGcr tilling you at the
I. I [mouia |had placed sad ham: with him S
1 ; I' : ... ... $ tortom '
... .:. .a "Iij .(..:.'. ..."'1..1, r ,. ; ,,,1 j :.. ....... j \ 1SLE& ,land af,, terrible rough set In !><>sId.-.. 'Ij
311 t : : ;, : ij: :; i :: ::::::: I 1 Firs ?r oCit Ho-tors treatfJ him, but he I i Coin tufp'y your* toll ft yordr .. ,
M_. I. I 1 :2':1 11111II&1 N 1" t. a j It : 4 1."I : :. 3 .r...........1. grew tire to buy or not properly. ,
: I .. -. : tji .., j,I Prlz I nz4.Cm j ftorse every: day. At l nth w. tri'fJ; Hit ollxt if },
1111.1 l : ., a (3 j1i0T. .ii .K :: : : ....... of tohxxota. .. . .. : S yours rrgintlagdte
: i : r .f MI. t .. \ '. I.'ii'; !, ....... crate '. .. ,. ? .. .. 3,'K> ;:;,> Or. King's :New Discovery for Ton- i I| IJw covaty.CtV .
s .J'., :. :: :: PI R.. .". .," .....11 : : 1 :: n I ....... I II. Bo rra e rggplar.t! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '., u .... 4.11'e.* J umption, and our darling was fave-1. i' S and
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-- ,,I.:4 ':1 t, t\"f': 1 l':Tt'' .. .. <:.. I .::: ;.;:-: ... ::. ::7 'I tt 1 It11 4o :::::. Bet dm. flay of tuiriiw. IS butwhes .. .. .. _. .,.. .. .. .. ::"IG l.K j He's now sound cad well." Everyi : j
G ? f n. ..ntl' S S. 11. .1. .. I.. :...... I Det des >lay r.nIJIlO1ur. .. .. .. .. .. j. i ; E. A. ADDELI ,
beads
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,..;;,. : i I ,- .g r :: I'r..J.::: .w:.t. ti: ; :::: : ; ,';: .::::::: :::::::: i i'of best display\. ceUry 1 dozen roots .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... *..)4 > diacnxes. t.ulkwitua. : At scy. 1 ,
-.I .. .. .. ....J. ; .h. : : ..... )0' ..... ....... l'i Guaranteed by all druWqs.' < 0fke: First :Xil.
.. .. .-.. S, :5.'f h... .....' ., "j' e :: ....... rt .1. ._. ....... B.!tt a I ,'!ao( lan4ev. 2 S: bunches .- .. .. .. ...> .. .. .j -Z.no Price 59 tects and II. Trial Uiik. iiai.. Fit ..rKKKKKK1KKKKb
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..WS .. .. ,I.. T7p; ... .i' \\r-tJ "."'r 7.5., )0' ... Best fl ;i'i.O'; leans, l'f'f'n. 1 crate .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I <(V) jfree. '
," t'. {:0 ..,at: C 1 4 .I' t P..ul ,otI, 717I :, 1) ., s... ",,1Neir OCOP I r.t display green! corn. 1:;! ears .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .
'ti .w IL B4: ,. .iJI' r slim h. ,31, .1f) .. w ... Cip %.1>> 1 lawB
.._... .... .... 6 .... 7" :rl 11J... e:1 lIet-t di" .. .. .. -
.- DH ... .117" '" ,1 .... ..... i'lay Okra. I quarts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1C'' .... -- TWJ, w BEE THAS
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?". IANa .. 1' .... ,, i :: :.I ft I. t.."... .w,. 71 .... 8'J.1 1., ...... 4 Cert ilisi'lny 1)epl'ers.) 1 peck: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.5') ..75C Sir Conrad Drrher bought the South .. -
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II 11T7w at. ur1"". 1..0('", i :" 'R..i., .... ItTP : cott d"I! i ay caster jut-leas .. .. .. .". ., ...' .. .. l.W 1.00 arb Bridge Iailway plant today reeder.l'Ynu s p-'inn-r f..r the nIOPOUI

II.. aj(,l.11H' l :J...! f4) v.,,ml lc "'l't .r. .ar .". 5 ,.ta 7tQJ i, emit display irish potatoes one-lair basb.l .. i .. .. .. :.W 1$0 for the "U! ,I ZOIITbe. prvp- *....< "r \"..* Jow| want to lx hWp.sore)n.areas. We T

I TT.ta .."" p t matt ..w.r:, ''IU..I. amt tlw.n. I Dst diHp ay onions, Cry: 4 quarts .. .. .. .. .. |. .. .. .. 1.39: ( 1;0 'eIV was cold t td r'fl first mortgage '.an Is 1 st1 }Vu pay a iii lit!' more tbaa -

I Best dlsp ay Irish potatoes. 1 band ..I.| .. ... .. .. .. 5.00 :.50 : bonds 1111 'ord r' of the court, be pr"if:."* |.ai"'>r and gel the I.. '
Condon4dne )r"q waAl. Tbv j.rt.e .
Be een Jaeki oDviUe and. Et. Anguattne. l Best disp! :ay young onions, one-baX dozeD, .bunches. .. 1.50 .'45 and U now the! of Mr. Decher rifu.lini...n and Citizen of bas lb rrceatly Daily

X Mt/as.let ...l7t..SS cad ."i is I..31'1 Iv. 1" :...e_tj"":..l'tI7 Best dlsp pumpkin", one-half dozen :. .. .. .. .. .. .. %JJ() l.W Individually. Over KO.OOO will be expended been: nnturrd ta tbe foIlowiBf pries _
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TO IT. IJat I 1 Ls':J f W.y I 1Ja1" I I. .': I bas. 'lwlJ'' Rasa Bent display vegetable ;-st'rs. on !-"h.if dozed bunches. 2.00 LOO Deeher In girlng the Three I 1 M

,..J.r..eetrr ri a II rtr-:! i-; JV'IhI'I I' a "I' I'"C' \, I Best display beets, onej-balfi, bnebel ., .. .. .. .. .. .. %.00 :' 1.00 public a table senrlce. A hotel via i raonll-s.. ...... ............. a OB
... .. ... .."'... .jl' 1-J! 1 l; p tJ 1:, lloI'I.W""', a$5I I f2fy IIa5. Bert beets, bf.'lr. Oar ,..". .... .............. 04 w
display one dozed bunches. 'o. .. .. .. 1.00 .75 to cost thonsead dollars.wlll be We :
tt. AUCUCTiagTOJUCMOmiLU i.+ ... 'N ft'NaDaI!N.32 ;;: H. ,Nn.li;;: 'Ne 7e'Nr; 7Itl..1 Best display muskmelons one-half dORa .'. :; .. .. .. .. 2.50 1.00 one of Improrements. flatly and roPO-Hvndiy tn wad Tiain-Vahtm, Jon both the L-
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UJllMl _tatty aLGsa.l 4fla I Brat display Brussels sprouts ... .. .. ;. .. ... .. .. .. 2.00 LOG The parilion will be enlarged at considerable thllt': o and KM. alsTBorous fur

....II"-.j. ... "it M.14 T. .n. .l'tt'.I' 4l1 fj.'I'2I'h'' '. iJi':j .iW1y7t0""ItO"'IH no 1.0.12IlIljl 1441.. heat display radishes. long 1 dozen bttncliea ." .. .. .. .. LOG LOO cost and the bridge will be Om:Six month year ...... ........ .... | .SIB. .

s Best display radishes, round eBAlf doss bunches .. .. %.M 1.00 put In first-class_condition. ''A new w...will ind roij$5ril. $ _. .
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The PAl llolwiag Are Through Pullman Train Best display Engllfh peas, 4 quarts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. %.00! 1.00 draw will replace the present dilapidate 'Timm.ni and CI&I.... aad Us

r ... EASTER. TRAIN I i e T. wE"EM Teams Bert display carrots. 1 dozen fcnacbes .. ._. .' .. .. .. 1,::;,) LOO structure. Na.IT .ft-5. t.rtr a4 n rtH.P.t1e1 % ( to! salt tlkt-vn A r l Ma KprHal
.Mew SI w*1_.watbrniVpalm' fc rived I +.... S3 an**t-ljti .'a-.and r onrta I,aiila4lr Best jdlsplay lima basal 4 quarts .. .. .V, .; .. .. .. .. .. %.00 LOO 'displace the light 20-pouadyalts six month. for ..... ...... .n I 1 Ot
5...,sad.4-Ar.r.rrd fin"doll' lntlre4' tsp.. 27 sal Sll-1th. r 1..Ma tArl ed |t | rt.-,. *. --. .... ................ J.
.T'bestsesisaoll .' ...>af rnl'"lticaraa d.irri; a-a I fa>. will brbarf Best display parsnips 1 dozen .. .. .: .. .. .. t.LOO! now 111 use, and A new hxomotlTf and
tD.y --"fA 1 _t ..as a.w Ll.I sty of aera .e ti ra It8A3TO2D e......... Best display splcacb. one-half dozen .....1.. :... ... .. .. l.SO LOO coach will be added to the' rolling price Thus of the for it cen's more thaa. tbs' *;
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= DeBt display f stalks .. .. .. .. .. you gft tw papers
''OUAXOE CITY BttAJJCII sugar rane : .. .. 2.00 LOO stock. The driveway and bicycle path and fur fifty e-nt., more than the ref.
BBANCILBTATUCC : Best'display sweet poKtors, 1 bu!bei..n .. .. .. .. .. 1.50 : .75 which has been allowed to go' almostto "'uUr prier IIf (br Jla-iaurousyoejicet

*. ...... 12.lii" nu.1, 'UT' .. Best display Huhbanl squashes. I down ... .. .. .. .. .. IM ,' .75 ruin will be replaced In 'excellent Citixrn
S I is :Lv. .... Tla.vUl. Ar> 11 B.IAr ( U, 'I.T..M. ...,...- .Arj/ j7 f1o, Best display cabbage flat one bait dozen beads .. .. .. 2 no( : 1.00 condition and a year from DOW South (in .rr. and Tn& ,'
At.*. II" r ten 11 -I. l.. L...- llr-lm.Arl }171, Best display Cabbage '. tit od
half dozen beads '
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D spa iv.. .....Ynterpn .... ArI t.\ i SH, I'' Im LT O mnr-. < (>/ Art 1171 I I I41p ;' I i LOO Beach will present a better appear 'ubMrlption (a OS. Cub
4 ta aUr. .. seal N ..... L.U.'IIO;' : 1146u Ar .Of.Ctt7 je. Lr+ L'A: I ISpi Best display "lIumM .. '... .'. ..... .. .. :3.00: j 1.50 !ance.-St. Augustine Record, in advance! alwajs at these ",". .a

-- I Best display! Oorflst .. I I Tarn U IITIIuPOU.,
mnaIDgl't.f .I. ; .. .. .. iso LOO
,. Mi! Ha.1T'' 55 ". ftDJLUiCa. Ml..i. Fla.H1 .
4+..d.7 i3111y XATPOBT., I 1Ia11 1'1' ., Best display kale .. ,. .. -.. .. .. ... 2.00 I|f LOO WORKING OVERTIS E. -
sl ly. : Best display Boston .-. .. .. .. ".j .. .. :.50 ,| .75 Eight! hour laws are Ignored by .

+ Rita p ...___......,.jJJo ...........__........_.. I t' 071 Best display! summer.squashes 1 dote. ... .. ... .. .1 .. .. LSO :' ..75L. those tireless little workers-Dr. i
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P _"rr1t'IR" IM. +- ............ ..-... L T lie w J. Brumby, of Ocala. Flaj editor of tH.orldo[ ) Fruit and King's New Life Pills. Millions are '
S $11p7.......... __.__ M.i.. .........._._ t T U it nPCNIRSUUr Cooley & Hjraer1
UWB 1314 ._ ............___.r1.l-.t _._........ -L 10/5 Track Grower generously offers twenty yearly aabseriptions to his raknablf always at work. night- and day curls .
,. +-+-- -- -- publication its premlama. ae fol1Beat, mite beans; best crate g Indigestion Biliousness. Constipation ;

ARO 4 CC10EMTAL STEAMSHIP, CONKCCTIONS AT H1AII. 'tomatoes; beat crate egg plant; bet crate oraaces; best crate grapefruit; Sick Headache, and an Stomach. Tit Real! Esau al Ruth AttiaUstYottrProiert7Wili7.ea.' :v 4

ter CUll CMKCCTIOIV AT MAI.ii win muuMtr or Till p. a o. L ( COMPMT rot best crate lemons; best crate limes; pst crate celery;,best crate English Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant .

HAVAN4ADI KEY! WGST AND NASSAU. peas; best crate cauliflower; bt crate wax beans; bait doses bancbes safe, rare. Only 21 _fa. At all

.' parsley; best tea bunches turnips; jbest' six Beads lettuce; best ;dozen drugstores.dw ..

? .as Tf..T.bMs.b ""'. Ui4...at vklck lr.ln.war... u_.... Is ...et..aad d..vff summer squash: best tea bancbes beets; best display. kale; beat doses ''
bas ,lie aewrs! .tafsa.. bit,.."' ,.M'" ......,.e.... ta. ilaws stand I.sat iwMtaad.tOCJAL encumbers; beat crate peppers; ,beak.tea tmaehes radishes The' Fruit -, A flue t* I>t hay ,..., PNPeru.
} =-4.415.O.spaq : iitwtttlr htW to.-4ay tie!.a/.r .aaao -.-a+fraf tasr. and Truck GI''FH.lIone of the a LUXURIOUS! YACHT LOUISB .Ub rlp riaa rixbts vital. a few
leadbf sgrkaltaral papers of tIIe'Stat.. i rlasli e walk pf the besioeM..... E
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a lets O.,7.. -, he TlafikfcABD I: a Oilier ImtonurtlM.* Bet;; display ...eet.oranges ,. -.r-r... ;. ,. s. -.... (.00 1M Take The:' Most Beautiful Trip Ia the eno f.,* dp, hatiaf a lot W See

% fax THx.jrtcsirr'JAQijfTi"> / : Best display'kamquata, J.u- ,,(l.........'"..>... -.. .. ... ,100 L5- 1 1A 1. World I plaew brarina fur tree a winter. oa It.boaw._ .This U a la* c.

.., .J. IX aAHirKa.ijet.Oa.nl: Paaa Afeni, 8T.. t1GOllna.. TLA.f Best display budded lemons .. .. I.. ,. ft<;..j. .. .k" 190 LSO ramble

Bert display' limes ... .. .. .: -..- hj.; .'..' 1.,.. .. '.-. .. .. 2.00 LOO Ida through the*.' enchanted I! nor ['" 328.Ttelfti Street Silaer Bki.J

Boat display! Tahlta limes. .. .. .. .. .-..'.. >... .. ..11. 1.00 LOO Archlpellca. 1 t MIAMI. KLAJ .

S'SjA} | BOAR .D Best display>, strawberries. 1. crate.: 11 -nfrta i.: ... .. .. 10.00 LOG 1'broacJa.truQ1ll1".tera of every ,

.1 Best display/ tapodillaa, S dozen .. .. ..; .,.;? !.. .. .. .. 4.001.00 l1D" -5-.. 54

/ Best display sugar apples .. .. .... .. i. V. .J ../;. .... 2.00 LOO Past picturesque keys with a glimpse \\\ite\

lr Air tins; RailwaySavannah. Best display, guaTas., 1 peck ... .. .. .-. ..*.. ',. .. .. .. 2.00 LOO' of historical Cape Florida. Eagle Bahr $hon...... Y..

Y FOR Best display same: apples 1 dozea .. .. .: .. u... .. .. S9LOO Leaving at 9 a.m. fOil Chairs. No Wai6ni

Best display mangoes; 1 doses .. i. .. >. ;;"V ',: .. .. .. LOG LOO Best .
t I Stopping at Soldier Key Strike ia the Gtj.
flatting club
i'Coliimbla Camden Southern Pines Best display alligator pears 1 dozea .. .. :. ':.. .. i. .. 2.00 LOO ;
at 10:30 COLBY.
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? ton' Oiltimore Best display melon paw paws, 1 dozen' .. ',, .i. .. .. LOG LOO I. \ a.m. Proprietor ,
t Raleigh" Richltl.ir1Vaihia? Beet display pineapples 1 dozen .I.- .< .:%, u...J .. .... 1002.00 ,' Three hours of angling on the I I30*Tw.lf .i Sfntt. ..' '''*1
New York.
'iv Phimdelphla. Best display peaches t quarts .. .. .. .. ., .*.. .. .. 1.50 .75 worl4j greatest fishlor ground. *><

I. J Three Elegant Trains Daily Boat display Japanese plums S quarts. :.... ,.... ...:... L50 .75 Back through: the submarine gardens Clubbing r ,. l

S3abDir: NiYorK LlVlited.:: Beat display grapes I bunches .. ...?.. .. :'J;. .. .. .. .. LSO .75 viewing their fascinating: flower-Ilk '

Best display flgm, 2,quarts .. .. .. .. ,. ....T. .. .. .. .. 1.50 75 growthi Rates. =
Seaboard SadboardiMailMole @ .e .
Expra3s.: Best display Japan persimmons, 1 quart .;;;_*.. .. .. .. .. 1.50 .75 A famous fib dinner on Soldier Key.

I n lu m:1n: Equipment. Best. display I eatlcy uavaa. 4 quarts ... ..' ./.. .. ... .. .. 100 LSO Home through the sense[", arriving You can save money by tub-t.-

At the Royal Palm at E:30: pm.
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It; ..A...... .... .aasr.q l! T-. 1"r sfs w''a11l' ''5 y......I or; W. t ,,,,-- .... $ .L'P..loUl" rJJ..,. tki. .lrta.kase.. .., ..,,-.... "..... .1.1..""' Par dwt ...Mist 1Iac'Y sad Tau "

Only )line, operating.d' ily- through sleepers (rum !Dade 'bstradt Bush & Safford The ;
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For. fall information ind fl lctpcf reservations" call on any agent of the ,
write SEW LL BUILDING I ;; MIAMI. FLA. We can give the
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Piano'sAND Daily Metropolis lorI ,
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Schedule CbiaJ.Jaaaar113th. 1904. .I Tuning and rejTilatirijJ.; Call Daily Metropolis'
and inspect our fine stuck: of
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fc nun c. MTUTpx. w D. trait. .. 1l. f.IIIOS.W.I. CaA7" SUPPLIES anaTimes'Lmon
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; ;; for tale:! or..r"t T -S ; North or West ?

-51 f.1 Florida; Pastime"t : 77JSPuttithing 121. !tat S'fref' .. ruml. Fla ; THE $5.50 a year

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+" U Wffirahtr'tto a* licatk a ., a _atlf.", HIaMnu faaril? McNeill & I I I Railroad both'one
...........1 Viands tt 4 1MIt s.aJlli hi H. |Edited to, a carp .* cavpatMl aid wmmtm. Hall sass ,f I II' ra HDesrelled psesrnaer a. ruv-r.
1 4c.arw.Ja! r s fn.._ta sacs Biel ......M1ts.tt.t 114 y'sagsad.14 Modern (rains ,
cerrrinf Patinas
It.r..N N M eoftJ wpa.s....&J_._.4............aLOO.tkto ."tae 1_.... ........ I .lajM, ep-to-date eoachn, frerjre. The
, e.5s e11 PM .45ksNra $555s.aad. T. ... ibis tM ...-... .strrldisai7 Livery Feed and; Sale Stable12th Pompano Inc
.Cwlaa 4af.r.1554 ..... rill la ua> ..._ .*4 aa" IB 1.rIaI--.. 'linlsc' chair ears, aad| .,.ill" earl
C* JacSas Ella. Kla Sill_CMU atn,r aa< y.. will lie ft -<< toy .5.y* f. .t f t-t.ren ..,.1Hon aa4 watbern
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..-. na w w *.. aa>_ W r **|- T; Street West of RaTlroad.We |"" 1... lleComt, Proprietor
J E ryir- ... bay .* .1JIt.11101 aj (rsl".eat aW ralacajSUapaiticaUraa'mtfanMtvfll The fseet dials' ear sertlee la he4.IL :

A ._ fraaBtiM racataa.atall to.,.l laiaitait have horses broke for ladies 'and'dri fi
[ laMtr ltt>afra fc> gentle lo ride Pompano, Florid.Accufomodatkm
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l' l'i Pro? reS5IuQ.iBagk-! i BJ e : Ot7BCCI.Loua' > The Fork Dallas National Bank of Miami guarantees

dl.eo.ats.5142,777.16. .. absolute security for every dollar deposited' with
,i I Must adapt itself (o, the needs of the public. Many Overdrafts..4\ '.. ..oj], .. IMIDe it. It has a 'capital of 100000. Its board of

: ;people have m oney on which' they would like to U., & Bonds (to aecure'j dr'. > directors is composed of business men of known.
I'r--*"* ;..*"**., *i"' ."t !>;"'* their fittwl instantly. ea1aUoa.. .. .. t.. .. 'r" M.000.00 financial standing and conservatism. ; -
available'in' case t a better I Investment offers. Premium oa. U. doves| r' :.sa..J The National Bank law provides tor a stockholder'sliability
| } Stoeka and bond 1000.00
e Our Savings Depa meat meets this want by paying Banking horns .j..j.DM / i ,m.U equal to his stock. This puts $100.000
I Five rcnt4: Interest compounded semi-annnal- from V. & Treu U50.00 more back of our institution, an agrregate of

)'ly, and I.pei witting withdrawals to be made ,U. 8. Bonds. (mar- 1 '$200,000 between our depositor and any possibleloss.
!'without notice! 'kat vain*. 4M..,00DM .
i+ I We are able to offe : the last mentioned inducement: by frda beaks 4 42,32125Cosh ; The Fort Dallas National Bank is directly affiliated

1 reason of a lar ;e reserve kept on all deposits. U visit a.ut1tI ''f with two, New York banks, the Merchants Na
i General Banking Gfusiness. Transacted. Capital Surplus I : utoot.w tional Bank and the North American Trust Com "'

and.,Share;folders'' Liability 'I I ; I: pany. Mr. Oakley Thome; President of the latter
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I j J I ;Circulation'. .. .., .. 15,000.00 'I 1; \ i ,'
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.- W. A, Bitea: JackiimTineifHfMlttoa. ,.Co Adopts Call and. Fixes the Rates of Assessments. CD. ',Cand k ; ,

: Palm Beach; B| R: WilrPlifla.d.iDhla ;; :: dates For Office In Dade County.. ; I' .
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& WJ Passmore.. Saeksonvl lei .R.F I I W. The Democratic Executive Committee I Supervisor of Registrars,.....4 S 00
? Criffln.' 8C Angus ine K. H. Dlltendorfer for Dad*' county. this afternoon I Motion was made'' and ean1ica.LbatLbe tt
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Castle Pal j at the Citji Hill! end WM exiled to commute proceed to'ielect dames f i hoes
and wife, i ;w Shoes
.a i order by Wj A. Filer, chairman. Those "!|of person to be recommended to K, : T. --.
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'" ipi"I I : I present; wens; 5Iea n. M. R. Johns, !I:. 'i j Tarter, Supervisor of Re11Jtr.{ as f. -H
: C. Jones George W. Potter (by proxy), district tuperrlsors of rejlstra ton: .
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'._. JU P.'It' tsvens ac I wife. Palm.Bead' U. B. Ljman J. S. Sunday, E. T. Klas. For strict: Ka, one Walter KltchEobo. Z -..... .-. .- -.....-+- --d I \
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J. A. Crews .
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111 G. P. Bull, W. A. Filer, S. L. Psttersop.; i leg; Two Henry BrooKtr;.Thr* ,
.,Key Wet; George A\Vhii' I J. f. Durtfshair, and E. IL KlrJ.'bU1.j,.f Dean; Fourth J. U Garaett F fth, C. I 'I I .
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'J Ing aad'wUe: ; .B. Whltlnft IBavrof | Upon motion the primary TK, Huddletton; Sixth Z. Calenderoevecth. : 3 ? 'J

w; V. Burroughs Brook yz1; to beheld Hay lath under the rules: ,i ire ,.Freak: Stranahan; Eighth, JW i '
Mr. Gerlach. lllato ; a B; Hill,'Vt,. K. j E and UlaoJl.. as Axed by It* State ; Ives; Math.Warren MikcheH. :f (j J'

Cal aJ1a4er., Phladelphla; S. A. I Committee. 1 1I Tenth, to be supplied; Eleventh '4CT, : i I f Jr.J '
--Towasend Phflaili iphla; J. Joins, i I 'the following amounts were fixed as I Carter; Twelfth. E. Q. Tweedell Thirteenth t ::;:: ,
Florida; Jacob, F' flue and, wife, bend<,I assessments Upon candidates to be paid C. 'V. 'Hill; Fourteen;-}ohnFaxon. I I. I
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tier CoL;; H. R. Smith, St. AIllUUAe.r to the secretary on or before April It.J I -
-j-- 20th: The committee will meet again-08 ....................... I I
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:EAT VIEW- Representatives ...............' 15 00 April 10th to name Inspectors,of election : :H I _
John'W. Lxe,|Toronto; Charles I. r naton ............. ........ IS 00 :-i .. r

"Xwia. Columbus, 0.; Thomas H. Sheriff........... ............. $500 A motion way made by EL: tt.Kirk- ..
$Stewart and wife| ClUIlC am. 0.: J n. Clerk ;of Court................. SO 00 man and adopted' to the effect that .
: $.', ;t } a' C.; C E. Read.: Hastings. 'Tax Collectors ................ 2500Treasarer county ,commlsslonerasod- ,Iv.members ;ooooooooooQooguuouoooooooo, 000000000 .,
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t-i atlaa.; Icholas' Grass,' Hastings. .......... .......... 20 0* at school boardselectlve* by districts

.,'-y- Mlaa-i, ; lira' Dr. ", i Cons ty Judge ................. U 00 _.1 j' ,_ WHITE : HENS
Ja44 Mra. J. A. W Prosecuting Attorney ......... 10 00 It way decided that expenses of<<'axentlve *- BUCK Sh0eS LADIES Shoes
:.f. C" JiOp*s sad School Superintendent ........ 1 00 eommltteemen be pald put' 'of<< l'-' ,
.f" $N. W. jtymaa : County,.Commissioners ........ 6 00 funds ta their lunch [ TAN I CHILDRENSIOOOOOOC
"'J' karatM. .,..,.. H. Ooagtetoa, J., W. Members School Board ........ 1 M [i The can way ordered pubUsaed" Ii
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? z W41.. Jackaoavflle; j Miss Sara Justices of Peace............. 1 M an 'county. i-Pen. and the meeting .
fci-:< oJ' Muse. Theodosla Jeaea, Martoa.. Constables ......... .......... 1 00 adjourned.' "' T I ,
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Sf ( ,Kew.. t Costa, Pa. FALLING 8TONES. LAST BAD 'RTTE&.. ,-. ,., .. .
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.. Breaks Electrfe-Utnt Win oa Twelfth The Orlando Star of Monday says of II

",' KSCATNBStoddard and wife, ColuinO Street Last Night' the funeral 'of CoL W. R. Anao.._who 'Ii Ii'I

"." .bas, .: J., J: Riddle; T. F.''Kelly, wife died In Miami, and Toccnrred.there. I: _
and ch Philadelphia\ ; r, P. WohrJJcJC By some unknown cause several Sunday afternoon.. I OOOOOOOOOOOOOO09..
New lork; E. 8. Jackson and large stones forming the combing to "The remains of the late COLS W. H. ..
... Witt.. Provideaeal! R!: L; Mrs I. M. : the one-story building adjoining Anno. who died at his home ta Miami. lEATHER

.Adams. Mias L.. Laflln. Chicago; Mrs, Budges' hardware store, on Avenue D I Thursday arrived ta the dty'Saturday hoes
t.L ;,wsnter Mrs! A. R. Martin' Missij. and Twelfth street ell last night about I; evening accompanied by:the son- ''LINEN _- -

.f' Madden VH.-T- Engelhow, Louisville; $ o'clock I knocking a large hole lathe rowing family. The funeral, service CANVAS -
:; rjXiCL'{ 'Brown and wife Cutler; 1* D.frHl galvanised Iron awning and breakIng was held at St. Luke's Cathedral.yesterday -

utt ad to1 :. Cohanet. Mass; I toShannon. the electric wIr..1) .afternoon at S o'clock and was. ;. t
_ ,'" Columbus 0.: J. D.. 'Smithvast This put one portion of the city la largely attended. Dean Speneer;assisted ooc X50OC
wit,'Darer, CoL;-J. H. Tallman darkness until about 'jmidnlght before .by Rev. IL W. Creetham'offlHaUng. '
!r ,and wife i Mbw! TaHmaa. Hartford linemen and electricians could repair]1 i i All '

.,,1 COM..: 8.,\ W, Hart and wife,;jti ew the damage. This accident was what I 1 The pall bearers were Me ,. Li: CMasser. t kinds of Best High Grade Shoes at

.Hans;' LoA: fioggs. M. L. Burbanks.Ooeoanut put, oat the light at the School Auditorium -J! T. P. Warhnr. J. C. J+e-. W.i iU ,
GroveJ James Gibbons.; New while Candidate Browsed was Palmer. L. Q. Starbock,,and Wm.

,'f/\. Torkj Attred Russell, wife and danghtsr. -' speaking and rendered a kerosene' Martin. : j Scwell Shoe ,
:: .'Chicago X eorge K.: Day sad.wits lamp necessary. The live electric wire 1 The offerings were map and Store
.... aflsa M., Brooman,, ]aOsa M. Beatty.'lay la the street for j some time bat ,the casket waa covered and surrounded tit titIoral
:r.,Tosn&..-.. CU T. F. Williams 'Dayjsrt was guarded by a policeman to keep by the beautiful gown' {! ;
t; <,' Frank S.d0osd. Leland; R. "-1{pedestrians sad horses frog: Mara j The ........ wen bid to ..1.. 3O4 and 312 12th St.
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